So how much obesity was displayed in 'medical terms' in the Gestapo camps.
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If I'm not mistaken, expatter means that obesity is not an unavoidable medical problem like an inherited disease. It's something that doesn't happen under certain conditions. And he cited the Gestapo camps as a condition where it doesn't happen.
Sugar was invented by the Indians and probably brought to the West by the Arabs.But those profiteering
from it are the Anglo Saxon elites and the Zionists.The Arabs also brought the decimal number system and
algebra and lots of other things the West didn't have.
Sugar became affordable during the era of slavery.Christopher Codrington (1668- 1710) grew rich on slaves
and the sugar they slaved to cultivate and refine.He paid for the Codrington Library at All Souls in Oxford,the lair
of NWO architects like Cecil Rhodes who laboured to enslave us all.
Obesity is quite simply lack of discipline combined with unhealthy social habits and patterns. Walk the streets of Rome, Paris or Zürich (the 3 slimmest European countries) and you'll be hard-pressed to find a single morbidly-obese person (who's not a German, British or American tourist). Nothing about medical conditions, nothing about genes, as essentially White Americans are genetically Europeans. There are loads of Mc Donalds in Europe too, people are just not stupid enough to go there daily. People love to invent excuses to blame for their own shortcomings, but quite frankly if you're fat it's your, and nobody elses fault.
I have seen plenty of fat B@stards in china.Living with thier parents till they are well into thier 30's.Reason being, too damn lazy to find or try to find a job that fits thier dreamlike stature.Poor little prince and princess's.