RAEL’S COMMENT: To end the myth of a vitamin which doesn’t exist and is a poison: the B 17.
Amygdalin (from Ancient Greek: ἀμυγδαλή amygdálē “almond”) is a naturally occurring chemical compound, famous for falsely being promoted as a cancer cure. It is found in many plants, but most notably in the seeds (kernels) of apricot, bitter almonds, apple, peach, and plum.
RAEL’S COMMENT: The days of American bullying power are waning.
It can’t get more symbolic than that. The leaders of the two Koreas this week clasped hands atop the highest mountain on the peninsula, vowing to unite in peace. The ball is now in Washington’s court to help deliver that peace.
RAEL’S COMMENT: Yes, a difficult lesson for racist white people: white people are a small minority of the world population which has 7.5 billion people while there are less than 1 billion Whites…
Statistics show that white people will become a tiny minority on the planet within the space of just a few generations.
RAEL’S COMMENT: 1 minute is a minimum… and when you really meditate there is no time…
RAEL’S COMMENT: And they should make their own language mandatory and remove totally English and Afrikaaner languages from all schools!
RAEL’S COMMENT: If humanity doesn’t reduce its population, natural order will do it.
There will be 18.1 million new cases of cancer and 9.6 million people will die with the disease this year worldwide, a report predicts.
RAEL’S COMMENT: Like cockroaches they are everywhere wasting the money that millions of poor American citizen badly need.
round 200,000 US troops are stationed in 177 countries throughout the world. Those forces utilize several hundred military installations. Africa is no exemption. On August 2, Maj. Gen. Roger L. Cloutier took command of US Army Africa, promising to “hit the ground running.”
RAEL’S COMMENT: If Raelians were doing that to babies all medias would talk about abuses from a dangerous cult… but as it is the Catholic Church they are all silent…
If they’re not MOLESTING, They’re BEATING children.
RAEL’S COMMENT: Beautiful!
A man wearing make-up on the street may elicit unwelcome glares, questions about his masculinity and even his sexuality. But in South Korea, ideas about how to look good as a man are changing attitudes and influencing the world, as the BBC’s Saira Asher reports.