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Jo! Is God stupid? Really, this has been bothering me this week because I have been just battling, just battling the battle, just going up against this machine and what I mean by the machine is this corporate-driven, registered dietitian endorsed misinformation juggernaut that we have got. Do you know what I mean, that's just giving us all this information, telling us the wrong things to do and just making everybody sicker. It's crazy, people are just getting fatter and fatter and sicker and sicker and the people who have given us the information are usually fat and sick themselves. It seems so backwards, this is like nonsense to me that this is going on. And if you look at it and just kind of read between the lines, you just really think about what they are saying to you, they are saying that God is stupid. You don’t have to believe in God and I am not a religious person myself really and you can believe in the big-bang and whatever, you can believe that the aliens put us here, whatever, but whomever put us here must have been really stupid to be like we will put these humans here right and they will need food to stay alive, but we are going to put saturated fat and the meat to kill them. We are going to put yolks in the eggs or we are going to put cholesterol in the milk. You don’t standby, that doesn’t really make any sense, but when you look at what we are being told, we are being told our product is better for you than what was here in the first place for you. We can do better than the creator, whomever that maybe. We can keep you alive better than God can keep you alive. It is absolutely backwards, I have always believed that the definition of insanity is to do the same things over and over and over again and they expect a different result. But our results are getting worse, people are getting worse, people are less healthy, people are sicker than they have ever been in the history of the world. Violating the rules of nature, giving money to corporations who lie to us and tell us that their food is better for us. And then at the same time that causes us to give money to the pharmaceutical companies for drugs that they say are better for us and it all ends, one place, it all ends in less vitality, it ends in premature death, it ends in chronic degenerative diseases. And I know people are going to come at me and they are going to say, oh, but we live longer now. I can shred that one. We don’t live longer now. First of all, are we really living or is technology and what not keeping us from dying because I thought that living was vitality, but I talk everyday to people, young people who can’t walk up and down the flight of stairs. I talk to guys who can’t get it up, I talk to people who eat like handfuls of pharmaceutical drugs everyday. That's not living to me. If you want to look at life and if you want to comment me with this whole, we're not living, we live longer now thing, you've got to look at the works of the missionary doctors. You've got to look at Western Price, you've got to look at glutamate stuff and what not. People like that who lives with native people, whose lives, whose conditions haven’t changed for centuries. Those were healthy people who didn’t have cancer, who didn’t have heart disease, who didn’t have OBC. These are people who followed the laws of nature, who ate the food that the creator put here and were healthy because of it. These are people who never even had a single case of cancer, these missionary doctors never saw a single case of cancer until the processed food came in, alright, until they got the sugar, until they got the pasteurized milk, until they got the refined processed carbohydrates, until they got the table salt. They didn’t have heart disease; they didn’t have cancer, alright. As soon as they came in they got it and it's crazy because we've got these doctors and doctors are the ones who have actually a shorter lifespan than their patients who are telling us to eat particular foods.
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