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THESE FREAKS CAN'T EVEN MAKE THEIR OWN WOODEN FURNITURE!
Compounding is the magic ingredient.

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How Crap Must Their Krudware Be If They Have To Smear Everyone Else's Goods?
- all they have is their fiction

When Mattel hyped problems with toys,  it was revealed that the magnet design was theirs and the lead in the paint was within US specifications. The propaganda showed some toys that were made in the US, saying they didn't need China's exports. But the toys were wooden ones from yesteryear. In other words, the propagandists wanted to smear China but still wanted to defraud her with worthless paper too because they still want China's goods. That's why they invaded China in the 19th century; to force trade. The loss of silver was so bad they tried to regain it by violating China's laws and sovereignty by peddling opium but were too worthless to grow it themselves so induced famine in India when they grew it there.

If they didn't make anything other than krudware they wouldn't need to start two World wars to impose fraudulent paper on everyone, first at the Genoa Conference of 1922 and then at Bretton Woods in 1944.

The movie, Space Cowboys, says it all, trying to peddle red-necks as hi-tech geeks. Similarly, Iron-Man has an amerikan as a tech genius. Supposedly based on Elon Musk, Musk made billions from finance, with PayPal, not some hi-tech gadgetry. This is why the US is a net importer of technology. Similarly, the Jimmy Bond movies peddle Q-branch as leading edge. But the UK's krudmobile industry actually designed and financed the development of a square steering wheel which, predictably, was a flop because it was always a completely daft idea. It was supposed to make it easier to see the instruments. Never mind that it was a lethal change that made steering, especially in an emergency, more difficult.

In China, they ridicule amerikan krudmobiles as big, stupid elephants. And the propaganda is getting tired too: No wonder this circuit failed, it says, 'Made in Japan'.
Whad'ya mean doc'? All the best stuff is made in Japan.

- Back to the Future 3.

And they only thing they can make is fiction, peddling amerikans as capable of inventing a time-machine, when they needed Verner Von Braun to build rockets that didn't blow up on the launch pad andf now have to use russian rockets because they're incapable of designing ones with such power. Yet Space Cowboys has the amerikans going into space to repair a russian satellite because the Russians are supposed to be so fick that they have to use amerikan technology!!!
Compounding is the magic ingredient.

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gork Post time: 2014-1-8 17:29
THESE FREAKS CAN'T EVEN MAKE THEIR OWN WOODEN FURNITURE!

Yeah Gork

Those freaks caused the NPL in EU to be in the 8% region, and NPL in USA to be excess of 10%.
Bloody destructive demons, with their pigs, and animal stupidity.

fcuking hazardous.

Cheerios!

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Post time 2014-1-9 12:51:32 |Display all floors
At least SPAIN is cleaning up now.
There have SPUN OFF, the "crutch" of Euro rescue loans now.
<Not sure what's going on there in PIIGS land> -->Italy didn't had trouble, Ireland solved their own. Only Greece and the BANKER'S guild "interbank lending rates"

probably a lot of AMC in Spain now!!! <asset management companies>

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Post time 2014-1-10 00:55:26 |Display all floors
Krud

The specially designed ambulance carries an array of bariatric gizmos including a "spatula" to help with people who have fallen out of bed or, on a recent occasion, an obese man jammed between the two walls in his hallway. As well as the ambulance, there's a convoy of support vehicles including a winch to lift patients onto a reinforced stretcher.
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Butz pushed farmers into a new, industrial scale of production, and into farming one crop in particular: corn.
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Corn became the engine for the massive surge in the quantities of cheaper food being supplied to American supermarkets: everything from cereals, to biscuits and flour found new uses for corn.
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There was "no downside" to HFCS, Cardello says. It was two-thirds the price of sugar, and even the risk of messing with the taste was a risk worth taking when you looked at the margin, especially as there were no apparent health risks.
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But another health issue was on the radar: heart disease, and in the mid-70s, a fierce debate was raging behind the closed doors of academia over what was causing it. An American nutritionist called Ancel Keys blamed fat, while a British researcher at the University of London Professor John Yudkin, blamed sugar. But Yudkin's work was rubbished by what many believe, including Professor Robert Lustig, one of the world's leading endocrinologists, was a concerted campaign to discredit Yudkin. Much of the criticism came from fellow academics, whose research was aligning far more closely with the direction the food industry was intending to take. Yudkin's colleague at the time, Dr Richard Bruckdorfer at UCL says: "There was a huge lobby from [the food] industry, particularly from the sugar industry, and Yudkin complained bitterly that they were subverting some of his ideas." Yudkin was, Lustig says simply, "thrown under the bus", because there was a huge financial gain to be made by fingering fat, not sugar, as the culprit of heart disease.
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But, says Lustig, there was a problem. "When you take the fat out of a recipe, food tastes like cardboard, and you need to replace it with something – that something being sugar."
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The food industry was keen to point out that individuals must be responsible for their own calorie consumption, but even those who exercised and ate low-fat products were gaining weight.
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The more sugar we ate, the more we wanted, and the hungrier we became. At New York University, Professor Anthony Sclafani, a nutritionist studying appetite and weight gain, noticed something strange about his lab rats. When they ate rat food, they put on weight normally. But when they ate processed food from a supermarket, they ballooned in a matter of days. Their appetite for sugary foods was insatiable: they just carried on eating.
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Around the liver, it coalesces as fat, leading to diseases such as type-2 diabetes. Other studies have found that sugar may even coat semen and result in obese men becoming less fertile. One researcher told me that, ultimately, perhaps nothing needs to be done about obesity, as obese people will wipe themselves out.
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Leptin raises a big question: did the food industry knowingly create foods that were addictive, that would make you feel as though you were never satisfied and always wanted more?
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According to Professor Kelly Brownell at Yale University, one of the world's foremost experts on obesity and its causes, the science will soon be irrefutable and we may then be just a few years away from the first successful lawsuit.
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Health secretary Andrew Lansley worked, until 2009, as a non-executive director of Profero, a marketing agency whose clients have included Pizza Hut, Mars and PepsiCo.
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Capewell was amazed at the degree to which the food industry was also being consulted: the equivalent, he says, "of putting Dracula in charge of the blood bank".
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Professor James was part of a WHO committee to recommend global limits on sugar in 1990. As the report was being drafted, something extraordinary happened: the US secretary of state for health Tommy Thompson flew to Geneva to lobby on behalf of the sugar industry. "Those recommendations were never made," says James.
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A previous attempt to bring in a soda tax was stopped by intense lobbying on Capitol Hill. The soft-drinks industry paid for a new ward at Philadelphia Children's Hospital, and the tax went away. It was a children's obesity ward.

- Why our food is making us fat

In fact, some have already tried to sue MuckDonalds, but the propaganda rags peddled the story as someone blaming MuckDonalds for their own greed. Most dweebs don't take any notice of the damage because it's more subtle than a brick in the face and only after a number of years do they realise they've eaten themselves to an early grave.

So, avoid sugar, rice and pasta as well as bread and potatoes. Go Paleo and don't believe the propaganda: "Paleo diet ranks last on 'best diets' list", Krappy News Network

As well as diabetes, heart disease and obesity, don't forget tooth decay which would be eliminated if you avoided carbohydrates: “This is the first time we've seen such bad oral health in a pre-agricultural population,” said Isabelle De Groote, who co-authored the report.
- Forget crisps and sweets – Stone Age hunter-gatherers found to suffer earliest tooth decay after snacking on pine nuts and acorns
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Post time 2014-1-10 08:11:40 |Display all floors
This post was edited by zjjhpj at 2014-1-10 08:12

"Made in China" cheap and unsafe."---- you can choose not to use them !

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