The Democrats War On Women

President Obama bows down to these people

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8 Responses to The Democrats War On Women

  1. gator69 says:

    It’s about diversity dontchaknow. I mean leftist diversity, which does not cover Christianity or conservative thought.

  2. Gail Combs says:

    The War on Women is now here now in the USA. It is called the Dietary Guidelines and Smart Meters/Smart Appliances wants the American Diet to become Vegetarian.

    In 1992, As Chairman Strong told the UN conference at Kyoto…

    “It is clear that current lifestyles and consumption patterns of the affluent middle class, involving high meat intake, consumption of large amounts of frozen and convenience foods, use of fossil fuels, appliances, home and work place air conditioning, and suburban housing are not sustainable.”

    The same propaganda was repeated by WTO Director-General Pascal Lamy…

    “climate change negotiations are not just about the global environment but global economics as well — the way that technology, costs and growth are to be distributed and shared… Can we balance the need for a sustainable planet with the need to provide billions with decent living standards? Can we do that without questioning radically the Western way of life?

    A year ago the chair of DGAC told us:

    “After 30 years of waiting, the fact that this committee is addressing sustainability issues brings me a lot of pleasure,” she began. Clancy went on to advocate that Americans should become vegetarians in order to achieve sustainability in the face of “climate change.”

    That statement certainly sounds like the DGAC is more concerned with Sustainability (Agenda 21) than with the health of Americans. The Chair goes on to say:

    “What pattern of eating best contributes to food security and the sustainability of land air and water?” Clancy asked. “The simple answer is a plant-based diet.”…

    “In terms of keeping a broader idea of food security in your minds it would be perilous, I would think, for this committee or anybody else to not be taking climate change into account in any of the deliberations about sustainability,” she said.

    Clancy said beef production is the “greatest concern.”

    Meat production is harmful to the environment….

    So the concern is NOT human health it is ‘Sustainability’ (Meat animals are a large part of keeping farms healthy in MHO.)

    The Scientific Report of the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee has been released, and is open for public comment. Allegedly, public comment is open until April 8, 2015, but the website claims that comments were closed on December 30, 2014 (see the last line of the page). Incompetence or clever legerdemain? (contains the links)

  3. Gail Combs says:

    So why do I call this a War on Women?

    Feminism convinced women we could do it all. Have a family and a career. This was only possible because of modern convenience foods and modern appliances like washing machines, dishwashers, vacuums, microwaves and FREEZERS and FRIDGES. Making a meal from scratch especially if you add in doing canning, smoking and drying becomes a full time job. Take away free access washing machines, dishwashers, vacuums, electric stoves and microwaves and you add a planning nightmare to the end of your work day.

    I am not expressing this well but if you have to take the time to do all the extra planning to deal with energy outages, super high rates at certain times as well as getting decent nutrition into your family, it is going to be a royal b!tch. Take away a car for large shopping expeditions and a large freezer for food storage for a large family living in the sticks and it gets much worse. (I know our host is living the life style that Maurice Strong has DICTATED middle class Americans must now live but that is his CHOICE.)

    A meat based diet is the easiest way for a mother to make sure she and her kids are getting proper nutrition. Yes, with the aid of supplements you can go Vegan but it takes a lot more planing compared to one meat, one starchy veggie one leafy veggie and toss in some fruit for desert.

    Also UN Codex Alimentarious wants to take those vitamins and supplements away from you. There was a lot of buzz about this several years ago.

    at the 1996 UN Codex Alimentarius Sessions. They proposed that ‘no herb, codex vitamin or mineral should be sold for preventive or healing reasons, and that additions should be reclassified as drugs.’ ( 3 ) even though the offer was agreed to, protests prevented its implementation. At the 2005 UN Codex Alimentarius Commission Food Session the ‘Guidelines for codex Vitamin and Mineral Food Supplements’ was adopted as a new worldwide standard. The Codex Vitamin and Minerals Guidelines hasn’t yet been implemented in the U.S. codex vitamins…

    In August 2005 the western european Union passed the Food additions Directive, ‘laws which could outlaw thousands of vitamins and mineral supplements’ ( 5 ) The Directive remits that ‘health food corporations must submit natural cures, vitamin supplements and mineral vegetable extracts for approval and inclusion on a catalogue of recognized food supplements.’ ( 6 ) In Canada, Bill C-51 outlines nutriments as drugs and provides jail terms for people who use nutriments for health benefits. This amounts to the worldwide criminalization of natural medication….
    (I can not get blasted Word Unimpressed to post the link )

  4. Hugh K says:

    Good thing she wasn’t a Republican. O’bummer would have sent Holder over to file a friend of the court brief to have her executed.

  5. Gail Combs says:

    One comment I saw said: “It is interesting to note that in the early 60’s there were no Grocery Stores on the Reservations in Arizona. At the time diabetes was unheard of because the people on the reservation still gathered food naturally from the local vegetation and ate the animals they raised and killed. Suddenly, along comes the Modern World and Groceries were readily available. Now 90% of the population of Indians are Diabetics, and overweight to boot!”

    It is also a war on the health of pregnant women, their fetuses and children.

    Role of red meat in the diet for children and adolescents.

    * Optimal nutrition during the first years of life is crucial for optimal growth and development and, possibly, the prevention of chronic disease of adulthood.

    * Iron-deficiency anaemia in childhood and adolescence is associated with serious adverse outcomes that may not be reversible, making detection and early treatment an imperative.

    * Zinc plays a major role in cellular growth.

    * Vitamin A is essential for the functioning of the eyes and the immune system.

    * Vitamin A is necessary for membrane stability, and zinc is essential for mobilisation of the beta-carotene. Vitamin A deficiency contributes to anaemia by immobilising iron in the reticuloendothelial system, reducing haemopoiesis and increasing susceptibility to infections.

    * Like iron, iodine appears to be involved in myelin production and, hence, nerve conduction.

    * Meat is a core food in the diet for children and adolescents because it provides significant amounts of these micronutrients.


    Over the first few years of postnatal life, an infant’s body undergoes dramatic changes not only in physical attributes, but also in developmental milestones. By three years of age, an infant’s head circumference and hence brain size will have reached 80% of what it will potentially achieve in adulthood, and its length will also have doubled in size. Therefore, it is not surprising that any adverse events occurring during these periods may have a negative impact upon psychomotor development.

    In 1968, Dobbing (1) suggested that there were vulnerable periods of neurological development that coincided with times of maximal brain growth. These periods begin during foetal development at around the 25th week of gestation and continue for the first two years of postnatal life. Nutrient deficiencies occurring during these vulnerable periods may well have an impact upon brain growth and, hence, neurological and psychomotor development. (1) These nutrient deficits have subsequently been shown to result in more functional deficiencies rather than physical abnormalities. Not only is optimal nutrition essential for achieving optimal physical and psychosocial development, but it also appears to have significant disease implications for later in adult life. Barker and his epidemiology group in the UK proposed that not only intrauterine malnutrition, but also poor weight gain in the first year of life, was associated with an increased incidence of cardiovascular disease (particularly in adults aged >50 years), hypertension and glucose intolerance during adulthood. (2) Their retrospective, epidemiological report has been supported by several studies on the Netherlands famine during World War II, which affected women during early, mid and late stages of gestation….

    Reducing diet early in pregnancy stunts fetal brain development, study finds: The fetal brain is vulnerable to even moderate decreases in nutrition during the first half of pregnancy, a new study indicates.

    The Importance of DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid)

    University of Graz Study Finds Vegetarians Are Unhealthier, More Mentally Disturbed Than Meat-Lovers

    Do Vegetarians Have Smaller Brains?

    Scientists at the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, University of Oxford, have discovered that going veggie could be bad for your brain – with those on a meat-free diet six times more likely to suffer brain shrinkage.

    The study involved tests and brain scans on community-dwelling volunteers aged 61 to 87 years without cognitive impairment at enrolment, over a period of five years. When the volunteers were retested five years later the medics found those with the lowest levels of vitamin B12 were also the most likely to have brain shrinkage. It confirms earlier research showing a link between brain atrophy and low levels of B12.

    Vegans are the most likely to be deficient because the best sources of the vitamin are meat, particularly liver, milk and fish.

    This study confirms other findings which shows that overall human brain sizes have reduced by an average 11 percent since we adopted an agricultural diet based on cereal grains rather than the meat-based diet of our Palaeolithic ancestors…..

    Many links to studies HERE

    2014 Blog Discussion with links and graphs: Why carbs are destroying your brain

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