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Posted: Thursday, July 11, 2013 12:00 am

The common concern of those 50 and under is that Social Security will not be sufficiently funded when they reach retirement age. They need not worry. This age group primarily subsists on the all-American poison garbage swill diet. In eight to 12 years, most of them will pass on, not reaching 60, which is still too young to collect benefits and leave sufficient funds for the few that survive.

The medical establishment claims people are living longer than those 120 years ago. There is some truth to the claim — the average age was 45, only because the high child mortality rate dropped the average. Those who lived into their 70s, 80s, 90s and above lived very healthy lives without much medical care or assisted living.

The culprits for this decline in longevity are those who produce edible food-like substances and poison additives. These companies produce high fructose corn syrup, chemical preservatives and artificial sweeteners.

Agricultural industries have produced the most dangerous of the lot, called Genetically Modified Organisms, which are in most vegetables and grains that dairy cows, people and animal food stock consume. These criminals have made billions at the expense of the people’s health and lives. Those who own and manage these industries know the products are harmful, but they don’t care because they live in a material elite prison of privilege. Their only goal is self-gain; other than that, they stand for nothing.

For the very few 50 and under who have not been stupefied and choose not to be a statistic, eat only healthy foods; trust no nutritional expert or medical person sanctioned by the FDA or AMA, as they too are corrupt entities; avoid all prepared microwave convenience food designed for lazy people; never indulge at major fast food chain poison centers called restaurants; and always read labels. Question your local grocer as to where the foods came from and if they are genetically modified.

If the younger generations think and act rationally, they will reach the age where they too can draw Social Security.

Adam Dados

Lodi

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1 comment:

  • John Lucas posted at 4:55 pm on Thu, Jul 11, 2013.

    John Lucas Posts: 2726

    excellent letter and the truth.

     

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