So, I guess obesity is now officially considered a disease.
Personally, I think obesity is nothing more than a SYMPTOM.
A symptom of malnutrition. A symptom of a deliberate, slow motion poisoning of the populace. A symptom of a purposeful, gradual and incremental genocide. A lucrative and profitable fattening of the human cattle for slaughter.
THEY have been deliberately fattening we the sheeple, confined in their infernal feedlot for slaughter for quite some time now. More and more are beginning to notice something is not quite right, so our feedlot managers must now come up with a new way for the useless eaters to accept their current, artificially constructed conditions rather than figure out the only thing they really need to do is step outside of the barricades of the feedlot...
...since the only thing that really keeps most within it's shit-filled, crowded confines, are the lies, deceptions and delusions THEY have constructed in our minds with their mass media driven propaganda, brainwashing and control of the mainstream narrative of conventional wisdom.
But no matter how many begin to wake up and see all the lies and propaganda for the deceptions that they are, the sad reality is that the majority of the great multitudes will remain oblivious. Most are too drugged out of their minds on the various versions of Soma Big Pharma deals out to the Medical-Insurance-Healthcare complex for lucrative Insurance overbilling.
Think I exaggerate? 70% of Americans take Big Pharma Smack.
Researchers find that nearly 70 percent of Americans are on at least one prescription drug, and more than half receive at least two prescriptions...
...antibiotics, antidepressants and painkiller opioids are the most common prescriptions given to Americans.
Twenty percent of U.S. patients were also found to be on five or more prescription medications
Nearly one in four women ages 50 to 64 were found to be on an antidepressant, with 13 percent of the overall population also on antidepressants.
Seventeen percent of people in the study were being prescribed antibiotics, and 13 percent were on painkilling opioids.
Apparently, when it comes to pharmaceuticals, every hour is happy hour in our Brave New World Order.
And this doesn't even account for the number of people who take over-the-counter medications in addition to the prescriptions doled out daily by the Big Pharma cartel.
As a whole, women and older adults received the most prescription drugs.
Antidepressants and opioids were most common among young and middle-aged adults.
The percentage of people who took at least one prescription drug in the past month increased from 44 percent in 1999-2000 to 48 percent in 2007-08, the Mayo Clinic reports.
Expenditures on prescription drugs reached $250 billion in 2009, and accounted for 12 percent of total personal health care expenditures.
According to the CDC, the percent of persons using at least one prescription drug in the past month increased nearly 50 percent between 2007 and 2010.
And the researchers said prescription drug spending will only increase in the future.
Right now, we are living in the time of the Palm-Zombie Apocalypse.
Should any event or collapse of civil society occur, it will be a matter of days before the Big Pharma addicts begin to act in desperation borne of involuntary withdrawal.
That's when we'll see the real Zombie Apocalypse occur.
Do you find these thoughts troubling?
Don't worry, there's a pill for that sort of anxiety.
Just do as your told and take your regularly programmed dosage advised by your Medical professional, and all will be better.
Red pill, blue pill, purple pill...It matters not.
The truth is that THEY want you to think the answers you seek is always to be found in a PILL. A dosage of maintenance medication that will make you feel momentarily better about your dreary existence as a human resource, a niche market consumer and a debt serf in our Corporatist economy. Once it wears off, and your symptoms caused by your feedlot diet and lifestyle return, it's time to take another pill.
When the bottle runs out, it's then time to order a refill, continually racking up an increasingly profitable and lucrative insurance bill. Why, there's no cure to be found in changing your diet and your lifestyle!
Those sorts of crazy ideas are nothing more than the fevered delusions of fanatical cult members!