Spend Your Money On Bread And Water Not Sickness

steakHealthy food can keep you free from hospital every time.

The immune system is made up of special cells, proteins, tissues, and organs, which defends people against germs and microorganisms every day. In most cases, the immune system does a great job of keeping people healthy and preventing infections.

People therefore have the best chance to enjoy a perfect healthy life, but the creation of man-made diseases, to generate profit through pharmaceutical companies and the constant abuse of the body with dangerous products, have taken its toll on the health of humanity and the cost is taking both the wealthy and the poor to the land of pain and poverty.

Abuse and the crave of things unhealthy for the body, have put our lives at stake. Large consumption of alcohol can affect ones health, yet people don’t care. Cocaine and other dangerous substances aren’t good for the health, but many don’t care. It is written on cigarette’s box ‘The surgeon general warns, cigarette smoking is dangerous,’ yet many ignored this warning and become human chimney.

People drink heavily and get kidney problems, while others get cancer for long smoking. This can be prevented. The happiness in life isn’t always being rich or living in luxury, because many are rich but suffering because of poor health. If you have good health, you will feel good and happy, even if you are not rich.

Someone can drive your car, cook for you, do your laundry and iron your clothes, but no one can bear your sickness or drink medicine on your behalf. This is the reason one needs to live clean, because life is precious. Spend your money on healthy food, drink and avoid making friend with the drug store. They are happy when they see you coming for medicines, because the corrupt medical system made it so.

Gary Coleman: A Great Actor Behind A Sad Story

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The actor Gary Coleman soared to stardom as the ‘cute’ little kid on the TV series ‘Diff’rent Strokes’.

Coleman was born with a congenital kidney disease which stunted his growth at an early age; as a result he was only 4′ 8″ tall. His height became his most distinguishing feature.

Coleman is most famous for playing Arnold Jackson on ‘Diff’rent Strokes’, a US sitcom that ran from 1978 to 1985 and earned him, at its height, around $70,000 an episode.

During his time on the programme, he also took roles in TV movies and was the inspiration for the animated series ‘The Gary Coleman Show’. However, when ‘Diff’rent Strokes’ was cancelled in the mid-Eighties, Coleman’s popularity diminished.

Coleman sued his parents and manager over the misuse of his $8.3 million trust fund, and won $1,280,000 in February 1993. Despite this, Coleman had to file for bankruptcy in 1999 after his business ventures failed. Coleman was also famously charged with assault in November 2000 when he hit a woman whilst she tried to get his autograph.

In 2001, he took a job as a shopping mall security guard in Los Angeles. This job led to a cameo on ‘The Simpsons’ as himself (in security guard mode), after the video of a scam pulled on him by the paparazzi made him infamous.

Coleman stood as a candidate for Governor of California in the 2003 election, where Arnold Schwarzenegger was victorious. Coleman was however placed 8th in a field of 135 candidates, receiving 14,242 votes.

Later that year, he appeared in the video game ‘Postal 2’. In 2005, he appeared in WWE star John Cena’s music video for his single ‘Bad Bad Man’ in which Coleman played himself as a bad guy kidnapping 1980s pop stars such as Madonna and Michael Jackson. The music video was a spoof of 1980s culture.

In 2006, Coleman met younger actress Shannon Price on the set of the movie ‘Church Ball’ and they married in 2007. Unfortunately the marriage dissolved into domestic squabbles, which led to a court charge for domestic abuse.

They divorced in 2008 and Coleman moved to Utah. In 2009, he appeared in his last film ‘Midgets V Mascots’ before descending into poor health.

He underwent heart surgery, which was complicated by pneumonia, in autumn 2009. Coleman then suffered a heart seizure in February 2010 while performing on a Hollywood set. On 28 May 2010, he died of a brain haemorrhage after taking a fall at home at the age of 42.

A legal dispute emerged over whether or not Price had the authority to turn off Coleman’s life support machine but the case was closed on 5 October 2010 after a coroner ruled his death was ‘accidental’.

He was cremated in June 2010 but the disposition of the ashes has not yet occurred due to arguments about who inherits his estate as his last will was written before he married Price.

Culled from ‘LIFETIME’: http://www.lifetimetv.co.uk/biography/biography-gary-coleman

Street Children: Is Bringing Up A Child Tougher Than Child Delivery?

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It is only a woman that can tell the pain she goes through during child delivery. Some women take rings off from finger to throw at husbands, because of the pain they go through during childbirth. After delivery, they take back the ring and put on the finger again. Giving birth to a child isn’t easy, yet there are so many motherless and fatherless children roaming the streets, especially in Third World Countries, including Africa.

If one does not really need a child, why should parents bring them into the world to suffer? Training and caring for children, in terms of feeding, clothing, education and health care, have never been a simple task. It is better for parents to prevent an unwanted pregnancy than to give birth to a child to become a menace to society. How can a child learn how to read when he or she is far from the classroom?

An Eastern University in America conducted a study on the impact made on children by various forces in the society. The study revealed that 31 percent of the influence on a child was attributed to his years, 16 percent came from his school and other organizations. While 53 percent of the impact on his life came from his home.

The duty of bringing up a child is surely the toughest task in the world and quite frankly, it takes knowledge and wisdom to raise up a child. The inability of parents to take proper care of their children has caused many children roaming the streets. The neglected children sometimes grow up to be juvenile criminals and delinquents.

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One of the roots to lack of reading in Africa is child labor

Parents that did not get the opportunity to be educated, may feel education is a waste of time, and therefore the child should be engaged in parents trade. In Africa and Asia, hundreds of children are said to be under bondage, working as slaves to defray the debts of their parents. Under some hardships, children are even forced to sell part of their body parts, such as kidney, to raise money for their parents.

In Brazil, children are sprayed by bullets, for the government to come and carry the dead youths from the street to reduce the child menace population. Is this a logical way to help a country to reduce street-child explosion? It shouldn’t be a sort of embarrassment to Africans when someone says that “The reading standard in Africa is poor.” It should rather be a challenge to us to remove that illiteracy affecting the growing children.

When children are thought how to read from the initial stages, they become interested in books. However poor a child’s reading ability is, his interest in reading would improve his knowledge. Things go wrong for children these days like people don’t know their value in this world. The world must help together with the United Nations to alleviate them from slavery, poverty, and oppression, for they are assets to national development.

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Another problem which has triggered lack of reading among children in Africa is ‘Child Soldier.’

Conspiracy Of Silence Over Aids, Ebola And Lassa Fever Diseases

 

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Johan Van Dongen is a Dutch scientist who revealed that Aids and Ebola were bio-weapons against Africa by America

Highly educated people around the globe, including scientists, are aware that Aids, Ebola, and Lassa fever diseases, were already created in a ‘Special Virus Cancer Laboratories” by the U.S, Germany, France and Russia governments, and tested on Africans in Uganda and Zaire, in order to find vaccines against it for military defending purposes. Thus; the diseases existed a long time ago in laboratories before the epidemic in West Africa last year.

The needs to cover up those crimes are necessary, due to the fact that apart from the above-mentioned countries, Holland, Belgium, World Health Organization, Center for Diseases Control, the Rockefeller Foundation and a host of others were all involved. The fact that certain kindness gives worries than happiness, many are not willing to speak the truth over Aids, Ebola and Lassa diseases, even though last year,  ‘Pyongyang Times’-North Korea, claims that the US have developed the Ebola virus and intentionally allowed it to spread throughout West Africa and the rest of the world.

Unfortunately, not all scientists are willing to join the empire of deceitful liars and criminals, since the medical establishments also are unwilling to reveal the truth about the medical crimes, for their selfish interest in generating profit through the supply of non-tested and dangerous medicines to the poor affected victims.  Professor Johan Van Dongen has suffered a great deal after revealing that Aids and Ebola were medical crimes against humanity.

Prof. Johan van Dongen is a Dutch scientist and micro-surgeon born on May 15, 1946, in Rotterdam, a city in the Southern part of Netherlands. In his books which were published in his native language Dutch, the micro-surgeon revealed that Aids and Ebola, and other plagues, such as Burkitt’s lymphoma and sarcoma, were developed by the Department of Defense in the 1960s and 70s. Since the end of the nineteen sixties, the Epstein-Barr virus EBV, together with retroviruses is deliberately inoculated in Ugandan children.

That led to the death of hundreds of these children from Burkitt’s lymphoma BL. “Well known is the fact that BL does not become prevalent when immunosuppressive medications are administered,” says the micro-surgeon.  “More importantly, it was found that the tumor could be cured by chemotherapy in a significant number of patients,” he stressed. Prof. Dongen also wrote about the contaminated polio vaccine, developed from monkey kidney tissue, which was also given to children of which caused cancer and other dangerous diseases.

Lassa Fever is already created since 1930’s

On May 26, 2015, the media reports “A man who returned to New Jersey from West Africa has died of Lassa fever, a disease that’s only known to have entered the United States a handful of times in the past few decades, authorities said. The media reports, the man didn’t have a fever when he left Liberia on May 17, or upon arrival at JFK International Airport in New York, said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

“What the Disease Control and Prevention didn’t tell the public is ‘Lassa Fever Virus’ is long created and existed since 1930’s before it claimed the lives of Nigerians in 1969. Like Aids and Ebola, Lassa fever didn’t miraculously do appeared in Nigeria,” says Prof.  At 70, Professor Johan Van Dongen doesn’t feel sad or empty over what he has gone through since revealing the secret behind the Aids and Ebola viruses.

“In a well-respected country like the Holland, my country of birth,  I knew the consequences of choosing truth and integrity between lies. I have done my part and I am happy about my accomplishments. Let those covering up the crimes, try harder. There is time for everything. The truth over Aids and Ebola will emerge one day at the right time when they are physically and psychologically exhausted,” says Professor Dongen.

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Giving Children A Promising And Better Life

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The global economic recession and poverty, which have affected Third World countries most, have resulted in the rampant abandoning of babies in gutters, pit latrines, bushes and remote places. Many mothers are giving up their babies for adoption. Some end up selling their babies or deliberately kill them. This inhuman act shows that some children are born into incapable hands.

If one does not really need a child, why should parents bring them into the world to suffer? Training and caring for children, in terms of feeding, clothing, education and health have never been a simple task. It is better for parents to prevent an unwanted pregnancy than to give birth to a child to become a menace to society.

An Eastern University in America conducted a study on the impact made on children by various forces in the society. The study revealed that 31 percent of the influence on a child was attributed to his years, 16 percent came from his school and other organizations. While 53 percent of the impact on his life came from his home.
The duty of bringing up a child is surely the toughest task in the world and quite frankly, it takes knowledge and wisdom to raise up a child. The inability of parents to take proper care of their children have caused many children roaming the streets, especially in Asia, Africa, and South America.
The neglected children sometimes grow up to be juvenile criminals and delinquents. Each year, estimated one million children are abused in America. The suicide rate for 15 to 24, over the past twenty years has increased. Poverty is actually the main problem facing parents in Third World Countries, keeping children from the classroom.

 

Parents who did not get the opportunity to be educated, may feel education is a waste of time, and therefore the child should be engaged in parents trade. In India, hundreds of children are said to be under bondage, working as slaves to defray the debts of their parents. Under some hardships, children are even forced to sell part of their body parts, such as kidney, to raise money for their parents.

In Brazil, children are sprayed by bullets, for the government to collect the bodies from the streets, as a measure to prevent street child explosion. Is this the best solution to prevent street children? When children are thought how to read from the initial stages, they become interested in books. However poor a child’s reading ability is, his interest in reading would improve his knowledge.

Things go wrong for children these days like people don’t know their value in this world. Many organizations are all over Africa to improve children’s education, but the harvest is plentiful, while the labourers are few. It’s an enormous task. Education for children is not a choice, it’s their right and the only way to give these children a better future is through education.

The Kidney Sellers: A Journey Of Discovery In Iran

Rarely does an adventure story carry such social significance as in this groundbreaking ethnographic research book. Dr. Fry-Revere’s exploration of the medical ethics of compensating organ donors takes us deep inside Iranian culture to provide insight and understanding into how Iran has solved its kidney shortage.

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The Kidney Sellers: A Journey of Discovery in Iran addresses the question: How it is possible that in Iran there is a waiting list to be a donor, while in the United States hundreds of thousands of people have died for lack of a kidney?

Dr. Fry-Revere is the first Westerner ever to witness firsthand Iran’s organ procurement system. She shares what she discovered in this fascinating book: part diary of living in a dangerous country, part ethnographic essay, and part tale of people working together to overcome death and financial ruin.

The Kidney Sellers is a shocking, thought-provoking true story.

The author

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Dr. Sigrid Fry-Revere
I’ve enjoyed cultural discovery and solving real life problems my whole life. I started traveling with my parents when I was six. Since then I’ve been to more than 40 countries and lived in six of them. The Kidney Sellers: A Journey of Discovery brings together all my passions — medical ethics, learning about a generally misunderstood culture, and working to solve a critical policy issue — the organ shortage. With this book, I hope to share these passions with you in an entertaining manner and motivate you to think beyond cultural limitations to help save American lives.
           EVENTS: Please see http://www.stoporgantraffickingnow.org/events/ for a list of my live appearances.All author royalties from my book go to support the Center for Ethical Solutions SOS (Solving the Organ Shortage) project.You can see photos from my trip to Iran at www.thekidneysellers.com — click on “Gallery”Learn how you can get involved in motivating Americans and Congress to make living kidney donation easier and safer in the United States at www.stoporgantraffickingnow.org.

 

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