Testosterone and Socialism By John Steele

     Testosterone levels are falling like lead bricks dropped from the sky … well, almost:

“A new study has found a “substantial” drop in U.S. men’s testosterone levels since the 1980s, but the reasons for the decline remain unclear. This trend also does not appear to be related to age. The average levels of the male hormone dropped by 1 percent a year, Dr. Thomas Travison and colleagues from the New England Research Institutes in Watertown, Massachusetts, found. This means that, for example, a 65-year-old man in 2002 would have testosterone levels 15 percent lower than those of a 65-year-old in 1987. This also means that a greater proportion of men in 2002 would have had below-normal testosterone levels than in 1987.”

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George Soros and the Global Elites May Live Forever Now! By Uncle Len, the Eternally Ageing

     There are a few details on the net about this at present, but Australia researchers claim to have developed cell reprogramming process that could in principle make a 70 year old have the same spring in his/her footsteps than a 20 year old. In other words, the fountain of youth:

     The above article is behind a paywall, of $ 28 for every four weeks, which I cannot afford. Hell, I live on about $ 28 every four weeks, so I can’t spend my meagre money on quality journalism, and I am not of quality anyway. Never mind, the fountain of eternal youth will not be for my kind, but will be monopolised by the elites like Soros, who will use it to eternally oppress us. We can be sure that any treatment will be massively expensive, way out of the pocket of the people who cannot even afford newspapers.

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This Has to be a Sign of the “Beast” By James Reed

     About 3,000 Swedes, people living in a space that was once “Sweden,” have had microchips implanted in their hands, to make life easier. Yes, it is just too damned hard to get cards out of one’s pocket. This practice is starting to catch on in some US firms, where employees can have the convenience of getting a can of coke without even going for their credit card:

“When Patrick McMullan wants a Diet Dr Pepper while he’s at work, he pays for it with a wave of his hand. McMullan has a microchip implanted between his thumb and forefinger, and the vending machine immediately deducts money from his account. At his office, he’s one of dozens of employees who have been doing likewise for a year now. McMullan is the president of Three Square Market, a technology company that provides self-service mini-markets to hospitals, hotels, and company break rooms. Last August, he became one of roughly 50 employees at its headquarters in River Falls, Wisconsin, who volunteered to have a chip injected into their hand. The idea came about in early 2017, he says, when he was on a business trip to Sweden—a country where some people are getting subcutaneous microchips to do things like enter secure buildings or book train tickets.

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Forget that Bodybuilder, Ripped Look. Instead, be Like Me By John Steele

     As a man of steel, I like to keep my ageing body hard and battle-ready at all times. But, getting ripped with an ultra-low body fat is not the way to go for those of us preparing for the apocalypse, the end of days and all that jazz. Common-sense dictates that a bit of fat is good for body protection in unarmed combat, for a store of food for cells while desperately searching for food in the wastelands, and now it seems, immune protection:

“Try not to spend too much time at the gym – according to a study, a bit of excess fat in the body can actually protect you from infections. Based on the study’s results, body fat stores special cells that remember pathogens, and this makes them more efficient at staving off infection compared to other immune cells. A National Institutes of Health (NIH) study has determined that these memory T-cells that are found throughout the body are very densely packed into fat tissues in mammals. While most people try to remove as much of the excess fat in their body as they can, it is important to remember that fat is important for both our energy stores and the maintenance of body temperature and systems. The metabolic system, which helps us turn fat into energy, and its connection to the immune system is a complex one. However, scientists have started to look into this link in the past few years. Too much body fat can be bad and it might even weaken the immune system, but the results of the NIH study could mean that fat may even be beneficial and help protect us against infections. (Related: “Brown” Fat Cells May Aid in Weight Loss.) T-cells, a kind of white blood cell produced in bone marrow, are distributed through the body’s lymphatic system. There are two kinds of T-cells – helper cells and killer cells – and they work together to protect the body from an infection that carries something foreign, e.g. bacteria.

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The End of Patient Privacy By Charles Taylor

     Big Tech continues to move down the track of it tyrannical freedom-eliminating agenda, with the latest move being their play of seeking hospital and other health data:

“Google parent Alphabet, Amazon, IBM, Microsoft, and Salesforce.com have launched a campaign for restrictions on data sharing between hospitals to be dropped. At the Blue Button 2.0 Developer Conference in Washington, D.C., the companies issued a joint statement against patient data sharing restrictions. “We are jointly committed to removing barriers for the adoption of technologies for healthcare interoperability, particularly those that are enabled through the cloud and AI,” the companies declared. “We share the common quest to unlock the potential in healthcare data, to deliver better outcomes at lower costs.” According to CNBC, the companies even proposed building tools “for the health community around a set of common standards for exchanging health information electronically.”    

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Alcohol, James, is Dangerous at Any Level By Mrs Vera West

     Opposing alcohol consumption was the key issue that drove the temperance movement across the West, which my other was active in so long ago:

     However, today’s culture is so decadent that trying to curb alcohol consumption in a world where harder drugs circulate more freely than candy is pointless. For the time, the forces of darkness and absolute evil have won, at least the first round, but not yet the entire war.     Still, none of this refutes the original temperance attack on alcohol, that first, it is a moral poison, destroying rational self-control (“getting drunk” is that by definition), and secondly, the health effects, which science now confirms:

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The Drug of Sugar By Mrs Vera West

     I have come to believe that sugar is a drug, something that alters human behaviour, perhaps as dangerous as alcohol, if you are listening James Reed. The evidence for this continues to grow:

“Researchers unveil another alarming negative effect of eating too many foods high in fats and carbohydrates. In a study published in the journal Cell Metabolism, it was revealed that the reward center of the brain started to value and want more foods that contain high amounts of fat and carbohydrates, such as processed foods, than foods containing fat or carbs alone. This study supports the idea that such foods take over the body’s innate signals in regulating food consumption. A team of researchers from Germany, Switzerland, and Canada observed that foods that contain both fats and carbohydrates appear to signal their potential caloric loads to the brain through distinct mechanisms. The study participants accurately estimated calories from fat but were very poor at estimating calories from carbohydrates.”

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Will Super Soldiers Keep the Slaves in Line? By Brian Simpson

     Advances in artificial intelligence, and biology are coming together to give military spin offs, as expected. On the horizon are super soldiers, just like Captain America, and even super dogs:

“According to documents from the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), the “primary emphasis of the USSOCOM Biomedical, Human Performance, and Canine Research Program is to identify and develop techniques… for early intervention in life-threatening injuries, prolonged field care, human performance optimization, and canine medicine/performance. The project will allocate $15 million on bio-enhancement studies which could result in soldiers with “enhanced physiological performance” that require a fraction of a normal night’s sleep, as well along with other “human performance optimization,” according to documents from the Defense Department.

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Just a Lazy Sunday in Gun-Controlled Chicago By John Steele

     Sunday in Australia …  people going out, firing up the barbie, and cooking meat to carbonated perfection, then washing the little bundle of cancerous joy down with a mountain of sauce, and oestrogenic beer. But, over in gun-controlled Chicago, things are a bit different:

“At least 40 people where shot, four fatally, Sunday before noon in gun-controlled Chicago. ABC7 reports that the shooting started at 12:02 a.m., when police said, “Two gunman got out of a white Impala and shot four people at a block party in the 1600-block of South Avers Avenue.” Later in the morning a teenage girl was shot and killed and five others wounded when someone opened fire in the 1300 block of South Millard Avenue.
Attention turned to North Austin around 4 a.m. when one person was shot and killed and three others were wounded. Just before 7 am a 32-year-old man was shot and killed “in the first block of North Leclaire Avenue in the South Austin neighborhood.” He was struck with four bullets and pronounced dead. A 30-year-old male, 34-year-old male, 27-year-old woman, and a 21-year-old woman were wounded by gunfire as well."

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On Human Mice By Mrs Vera West

The world just got crazier and more inhuman. I would not be creative enough to construct such a story:

“The federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has contracted with Advanced Bioscience Resource (ABR) –  a biomedical company referred for federal criminal investigation – to provide “fresh” aborted baby tissue to engineer humanized mice for drug experimentation. A new report from CNSNews.com quotes an FDA notice dated June 13 to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), which oversees the FDA:
The Government intends to solicit and negotiate directly with Advanced Bioscience Resources (ABR) Inc. and no solicitation will be issued. The objective is to acquire Tissue for Humanized Mice. ABR is the only company that can provide the human fetal tissue needed to continue the ongoing research being led by the FDA. Fresh human tissues are required for implantation into severely immune-compromised mice to create chimeric animals that have a human immune system. This human immune system allows us to test biological drug products for safety and efficacy. According to the Congressional Research Service, “Fetal tissue used in research is obtained from elective abortions.”

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Roundup and Cancer By Mrs Vera West

     I always had a bad feeling about Roundup. I had a neighbour who worked in Queensland doing spraying, and he felt that Roundup was so safe that one could drink it! What was going on in his brain? Was his blood 50 percent roundup?

“Some of the UK’s top DIY chains have put the popular weedkiller RoundUp under a safety review, after a landmark ruling in the US saw a man with terminal cancer successfully sue its manufacturer Monsanto. Homebase, which has over 250 stores across the UK, said Saturday that they would review all of their products which contain the herbicide glyphosate. “We have confirmed that we will be reviewing our range of weedkiller products,” a spokesperson for the company said. Another store, B&Q, said that they have been reviewing its weedkillers regularly since 2017.  “We have a record of acting ahead of legislation where appropriate. We led the way in removing three pesticides in 2013 and neonicotinoids from our flowering plants in 2018. “We offer alternatives to glyphosates and are currently undertaking a broader review of all our garden products,” a spokesman for B&Q said. The announcements come after an American school groundskeeper, Dewayne Johnson, successfully sued the agrochemical giant Monsanto in a landmark case. Johnson says he developed non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma after using Monsanto’s RoundUp and Ranger Pro weedkillers for years. A California state jury awarded Johnson $289 million (£226m) in compensation on Friday after finding Monsanto had not adequately warned users of the herbicide’s risks. They also found company officials to have acted with “malice and oppression” in their selling of the product despite its risks being known.”

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The Coming Plague By Brian Simpson

     Is humanity prepared for the coming pandemic? It is inevitable that in the concentrated sweathouses of humanity, called modern diverse societies, disease will rise and strike, like an enraged cobra.

“Researchers from the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security designed a frighteningly realistic scenario to see how prepared the government is for a global pandemic, and the exercise showed how woefully unprepared we are for such a situation. The researchers came up with a scenario that included a disease that could realistically exist and tested it to see how it would play out in a world that contains the same resources that we have today. In the simulation, a committee met to advise the president and discuss how to respond to the imaginary virus around one month after it had first appeared, striking 400 people and killing 50. The parainfluenza virus Clade X was bioengineered and released by a fictional group whose goal was reducing the world population. They were modeled after the cult that released sarin gas on the Tokyo subway in 1995. Those struck by the virus suffered from confusion, fever and coughing, with many also experiencing brain swelling that plunged them into a potentially deadly coma.

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More on Curcumin and Cancer By Mrs Vera West

     Today’s writing  has been devoted to aspects of cancer. First up is more good news about the wonders of a god curry, for curcumin, the active ingredient in curry, has been found to suppress head and neck cancers:

“peer-reviewed studies have found that there are natural ways to fight cancer – including cancers of the head and neck. One such study, conducted by researchers from the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, and published in Clinical Cancer Research, the peer-reviewed journal of the American Association of Cancer Research back in 2011, found that curcumin – the main component of the spice turmeric – can suppress a cell signaling pathway implicated in the growth of head and neck cancers. the researchers obtained saliva samples from 21 patients both before and after chewing two tablets containing a total of 1,000 milligrams of curcumin. An hour later, an additional saliva sample was taken, and other tests were conducted. UCLA’s newsroom explained:

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China Wisely Rejects Yellow Genocide Mass Immigration By James Reed

     We know that the globalist elites hope to kill our kind, in a long-drawn out miserable process, and that we fight a desperate battle, ten thousand times worse than The Lord of the Rings, to even save anything of Traditional society at all, while apathy and a dumbing down of IQ are set to finish us off. Not a single destructive stone has been not upturned against our kind, and probably if one million dollars was offered in a contest just to come up with some new nail to put in the coffin of white Western civilisation, the money would be unclaimed. All the effort that could have been spent putting humanity out to mars and  the stars, has gone into the culture of the political czars. But, I digress; China has seen the writing on the wall for it, being the next head to be put on the chopper, and is taking action:

“Families that have two children will enjoy preferential policies for housing loans in Xianning, Hubei province, in Central China, under one of the local government's new measures to encourage new births. The city's health and family planning commission published a document on Wednesday announcing several measures regarding baby care and home purchases to help families with two children. In what is believed to be a first for China, families with two children will get the same interest rate for their second home purchase as that for the first home under the new measures. Usually, families have to pay higher interest when they take out a loan to buy a second home in the city and other places in China.

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Does Jesus Support Abortion? US Professor Sure Thinks So! By Mrs Vera West

     For our readers, this will be an incredible story so let us go straight to the source:

“It is time for Christians to challenge the inadequacy, intolerance and misogyny of this paradigm of abortion. As my deeply Christian mother taught me, “You shouldn’t have a baby because you are pregnant. You should have a baby because you want to be a mother, because you want to have a family.” The moral wisdom of this Christian perspective recognizes that parenting is a profoundly moral act. To choose to have a child is to make a significant moral commitment to that child to raise it or to place it for adoption. Given the fact that only 1 percent of women place their children for adoption, the overwhelming majority of women who continue unplanned pregnancies are making the choice to mother that child. Creating healthy families requires more than ensuring that babies are born. It recognizes that creating healthy families and raising children is a deeply spiritual and moral task requiring commitment, desire, and love on the part of the parent(s).

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Exercise and the Brain By Mrs Vera West

     I pay particular interest to material on health which may help our older readers. I use myself, probably one of the oldest people active here (age  … never ask a lady her age young fellow!), as a sample space. For example, today, having forgotten where I put my medication for memory loss, I am naturally worried about … what? Oh, memory loss, that’s right! What I need is some more exercise to literally blow the neural cobwebs out of my brain:

“In a study carried out by researchers at the University of Jyvaskyla in Finland, the benefits of exercise on brain health have been emphasized. Researchers found that exercise can help preserve brain cells and prevent loss of memory, cognitive problems, and general problems in memory. For the study, the researchers assigned different groups of mice to three different workout programs in order to identify the effects of the exercises on memory and overall brain health. The three types of workout programs studied were weight lifting, running, and high-intensity interval training (HIIT). These were created as a model of approximately what the typical human might do in a workout program. At the end of the study, all of the mice exhibited general fitness gains.

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The Cost of “Womyn’s Lib” By Mrs Vera West

     Most of us know that the modern world is in crisis point, and the near future will involve a great reckoning for the dismantling of tried and proven traditional society, in favour of a cosmopolitan experiment based around money and materialism. One of the things that will need to be looked at closely as things fall apart is the cost of modernity to women, who have been made into “womyn”:

“Becoming a mother used to be seen as a unifying milestone for women in the United States. But a new analysis of four decades of births shows that the age that women become mothers varies significantly by geography and education. The result is that children are born into very different family lives, heading for diverging economic futures. First-time mothers are older in big cities and on the coasts, and younger in rural areas and in the Great Plains and the South. In New York and San Francisco, their average age is 31 and 32. In Todd County, S.D., and Zapata County, Tex., it’s half a generation earlier, at 20 and 21, according to the analysis, which was of all birth certificates in the United States since 1985 and nearly all for the five years prior. It was conducted for The New York Times by Caitlin Myers, an economist who studies reproductive policy at Middlebury College, using data from the National Center for Health Statistics.

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Microwaves and the Heart By Mrs Vera West

     I recently wrote a blog piece discussing the issue of the health threat of microwaves on the heart. To the editor’s surprise, the blog was drawn to the attention of some medical researchers who are at the cutting edge of this research, and they kindly forward a research paper. The paper is: “Cardiovascular disease: Time to identify emerging environmental risk factors,” by  Priyanka Bandara and Steven Weller, published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology 2017, vol. 24(17) 1819–1823. Not having any access to a university library, I could not provide a link for readers. But, we did have provided a useful press release, so, as we are legitimate journalists:

“This paper was prompted by a new Australian study that found an increasing proportion of heart attack patients without the established risk factors: high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes and smoking. Cardiology researchers led by Prof. Gemma Figtree investigated patients reporting with a first-time heart attack at the Royal North Shore Hospital (RNSH), a major Australian tertiary hospital of the University of Sydney. Their research found a clear increase in the percentage of patients from 2006 to 2014 whose heart attacks were poorly explained by the standard risk factors. Based on their own data and complementary data from elsewhere, they emphasised the need to identify new risk factors. The link to RNSH study: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/2047487317720287 Bandara and Weller draw attention to their recent review of experimental studies that have investigated oxidative stress: “In our latest review, 242 RF-EMR studies that investigated experimental endpoints related to oxidative stress (OS)16 were identified.

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Quick! Ban the Transgender Illusion Professor! By James Reed

     By now we all know that the university system is not based upon classical liberal values such as free speech, but rather, upon cultural Marxist ones. Oh, I know, they try, but at the end of the day, the Left rise up and for all effective purposes there may not be any departure from the globalist party line. After all, there are no academics in Australia who have a position, and who are actively critical of ANYTHING the status quo does not like. No criticisms of immigration, multiculturalism, or anything Alt Right, let alone defending traditional Christian values. There are not even any social creditors in any departments that I could see from an internet search. Maybe they are hiding, and I do not blame them if they are, for the universities, as shown by US riots over the years, are dangerous fanatical places, because many students are dangerous fanatics.

“A US professor of paediatric medicine, who says the transgender movement is based on ideology rather than science, will speak at the University of Western Australia despite pressure to ban him. A student petition with more than 6,000 signatures is protesting against the appearance on Friday of the paediatric endocrinologist Dr Quentin Van Meter, who is on a national tour sponsored by The Australian Family Association. Van Meter has said that using puberty blockers for children with gender dysphoria was akin to child abuse. “Transgender is actually a delusional disorder,” he said. “It’s a state of mind with no biologic basis for it that can be found.” Van Meter is president of the American College of Paediatricians, which is known for its opposition to marriage equality, gender reassignment and abortion. A UWA statement said on Wednesday that while the university did not endorse the opinions of its speakers, cancelling the event would “create an undesirable precedent for the exclusion of objectionable views” from the university. “The views which have been expressed by the speakers in the past, particularly with respect to transgender people, are at odds with the university’s values of respect for human dignity and diversity,” the statement said. “That respect, in relation to LGBTIQA+ people generally, has been evidenced by the Rainbow Flag, which has flown for some months at the front of the UWA campus.”

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Poisoning the UK By Peter West

     Yawn … hasn’t the entire UK population been poisoned by the Russian yet, so stop Donald Trump, increase immigration …

“Police have launched a murder inquiry after a woman exposed to the nerve agent Novichok in Wiltshire died. Dawn Sturgess, 44, died in hospital on Sunday evening after falling ill on 30 June. Charlie Rowley, 45, who was also exposed to the nerve agent in Amesbury, remains critically ill in hospital. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Russia was “deeply concerned” about the incident - but said accusations that it was involved are “absurd”. The UK government previously blamed Russia for the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia with Novichok in Salisbury in March. Russian authorities denied any involvement in the poisoning. Investigators say the possibility that the two cases are linked is a “clear line of inquiry”. Theresa May said she was “appalled and shocked” by the death of mother of three Ms Sturgess, from Durrington. Home Secretary Sajid Javid will chair a meeting of the government’s emergency committee Cobra later today. A post-mortem examination of Ms Sturgess is due to take place and her family has been informed, police said.”

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