Homeless people ‘drinking themselves to death’ with super-strength alcohol containing Manganese

The following article (see below), hits on a huge Truth, although it does not make the manganese connection. The truth is that the homeless we are seeing are drinking cheap liquor. Most likely malt liquor that contains high levels of manganese, and alcohol, which is altering their neurotransmitter, Dopamine. I have wondered for some time why the homeless, who are becoming predominately White, are so mentally impaired, and basically acting animalistic. These are people in their 20’s, 30’s, and 40’s.

As we know, malt liquor is widely sold in minority neighborhoods, especially Black. But it is increasingly being sold in White middle class areas, where the homeless are infiltrating. Malt liquor is the major reason for the violence Blacks inflict upon one another; it’s manganese madness.

Dick Gregory was very outspoken about this.  If you do your research, you will come to understand that Mr. Gregory was correct.

As some of my readers may know, it is not only the malt liquor that contains high levels of manganese, but also ALL soy products, including baby formula (200 times greater manganese than breast milk).

Finally, we must spread the word in order to bring this crime out into the open, and maybe save a good number of people who have not already been mentally damaged by it (manganese).

Homeless people ‘drinking themselves to death’ with super-strength alcohol

Charity calls for higher tax on super-strength lagers and ciders that kill more homeless people than heroin or crack cocaine
Joe Milligan in his room at Thames Reach’s Graham House hostel
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o Milligan is slumped across the bare mattress of his single bed, awake but clearly undisturbed by the deafening roar and fumes of four lanes of traffic through the open window of the tiny bedroom. On a low table are an ashtray, cigarettes and a half-drunk can of Skol Super (9% abv) lager; it is early afternoon and he is already on his third can of the day in addition to a large bottle of cider.

“I’m trying to cut down to just six cans a day from seven,” he slurs, barely able to see me because of the cataracts in both eyes, which will eventually lead to complete blindness if he does not have surgery. His last scheduled operation at nearby St Thomas’s hospital did not materialise because he breached the necessary NHS detox programme that was a pre-condition of the medical treatment.

So three weeks ago, Milligan returned here – Graham House Thames Reach hostel in Vauxhall – one of the largest homelessness hostels in London with rooms for 69 “residents” and – currently – seven dogs. Here, Thames Reach – one of the UK’s leading homelessness charities – tries to help Milligan and others like him by giving them a roof over their heads and access to professional help and medical care, which will – in some but not all cases – lead to detoxification and rehabilitation elsewhere.

In the last year, Swain says that at least 17 Thames Reach clients from a variety of projects, including supported housing, died from drinking super-strenth alcohol, although the deaths could arguably have been from other factors as well as excessive drinking. To help address the problem, Thames Reach is about to start research with homelessness charities across England to establish how many deaths are being caused by super-strength alcoholic drinks.

Another significant new trend is that people are dying younger, Swain adds. “We are losing people in their early 40s rather than at 65. But many of them look much older because of the ravages of super-strength alcohol.” Swain has witnessed the emergence of a new group of middle-aged people – the “young olds” – who have developed the health problems more commonly associated with people long past retirement age: poor mobility, memory loss and incontinence. Milligan, for example, looks as though he is in his early 60s but is only 38.

Graham House is a “wet” rather than a “dry” facility, which means that residents are able to drink alcohol here. Many spend most of their time confined to their rooms, which are locked to prevent other residents wandering in. The hostel’s senior practitioner, Sonja Sullivan, explains that the whiff in the corridor outside their rooms is because the residents have become doubly incontinent as a result of their drinking.

Many wander round the communal areas, all with cans in hand, some slumped against the walls in corridors. Their alcohol dependence is so serious that if they were told they could not drink here they would simply leave and head back to their old haunts on the streets. This a place of extremes, where most of the residents have come after becoming homeless as the result of catastrophic personal trauma – prison, offending, abuse and bereavement as well as drug and alcohol addiction.

Paul Cachia, alcohol case worker with the charity Foundation 66, runs tailored sessions at Graham House, warning the residents of the dangers of long-term drinking and helping those who make the crucial decision to accept professional help. “Nearly all my clients here are drinking 200 units of alcohol or more a week,” he explains. “When you compare that with a weekly limit of 14 for women and 21 for men, that means my clients are drinking 10 times over safe limits. You have to be realistic about what they can achieve. For many it is about harm minimisation or reduction, and this is where the problem with super-strength comes in.”

The cheap price is, of course, key to the attraction of the super-strength drinks. As a condition of its licence, the new Emerald supermarket opposite the hostel agreed not to stock alcohol stronger than 6.5% abv, and Swain believes that such community partnerships could be the way forward in encouraging retailers to take the offending super-strength liquors off the shelves. The charity is also backing a recent initiative in which retailers are voluntarily destocking their shelves – the first of its kind in the UK. Ideally, he would like a major supermarket to “take a stand” on the issue.

Accepting that a complete ban of super-strength alcohol may be unrealistic, Thames Reach is calling on the government to increase the tax on the most harmful products, perhaps offset by taxing weaker ones less. It also believes the drinks industry and wholesale companies need to regulate themselves more responsibly – and if they fail, should be regulated by others. Significantly, after a visit to the hostel two years ago, brewery giant Heineken halted the production of its super-strength ciders.

But another problem is when wholesale companies flood inner-city off licences with super-strength ciders such as White Ace. These come in three-litre bottles, containing a massive 22.5 units of alcohol for as little as £3.99, only 17p per unit and less than half of the government’s proposed minimum price of 40p per unit.

Of those persuaded to enter alcohol treatment or switch to weaker brews, some do get their lives back on track. There have been “fantastic” success stories at the hostel, according to Cachia. One female client in her early 40s had been haemorrhaging from the oesophagus in a “life and death situation”, he explained. “She was in intensive care when I assessed her and had only 20% of her liver function – another drink would have killed her,” he said. “She came back to this wet hostel and stayed sober for a year before moving on. I have just given her a reference and she has apparently been accepted to study for a law degree. In the year and a half that I have been here we have had about six people who have gone through treatment and have moved on. That is six lives that have been turned round.”

Environmental Contamination and Human Exposure to Manganese in Unleaded Gasoline.

Telomeres, Lifestyle, Cancer, and Aging

Telomeres are the DNA protein structures which protect chromosomes; the length of the telomeric DNA is important for lifespan of a cell.  In other words, telomere length determines one’s lifespan; the shorter the telomere, the shorter one’s lifespan, and vice versa.

There are several key lifestyle factors that can increase telomere shortening.  Those  include smoking, obesity, lack of exercise, stress, poor diet, too much protein, and environmental factors.

Interestingly, a reduction in protein consumption can INCREASE longevity.  In fact,  reduction in the protein content of food by 40%, led to a 15% increase in the lifespan of rats. This author does NOT recommend SOY PROTEIN in any diet, contrary to to advise in “Telomeres, lifestyle, cancer, and aging”.

In addition, a diet rich in antioxidant foods can help to preserve telomere length, increasing life expectancy.

Magnesium Deficiency

There’s a dirty little secret called magnesium deficiency.  Magnesium is a common denominator among all heart disease risk factors.  In fact, people who are low in magnesium have a 50% higher risk of sudden death from heart attacks. Forty percent of all first heart attacks end in death!

Magnesium is an essential mineral.  It is the second most abundant mineral in the human body, and is needed for the body to stay healthy.  It is important in regulating muscles, nerve function, blood sugar levels, maintaining blood pressure, and making protein, bone, and DNA.  It works together with calcium; in fact it’s important to be magnesium dominate over calcium, allowing the calcium to be absorbed into the bone, rather than soft tissues such as muscles and arteries.  Additionally, magnesium has a calming effect on the body.

Sadly, cardiologists do not address the consequences of magnesium deficiency, and the connection to heart attacks.  That is because they are not “trained” to know.  WHY NOT?  Because they are trained to “treat”, not cure.  Health care is a multi billion dollar a year industry.  There is no incentive to cure.

When a person has had a heart attack, most cardiologists tell their patients to take a blood thinner (Plavix), and a baby aspirin.   The Plavix and aspirin combination not only doesn’t help most people, it almost doubles the risk of death, heart attack or stroke for those with no clogged arteries.  There is also a danger of bleeding to death when the blood becomes too thin. 

Learning the importance of taking magnesium in the proper dosage daily, is critical to preventing a heart attack or stroke.  Don’t count on your doctor for this most important information.  Empower yourself, do your research, and incorporate magnesium into your life on a daily basis.

Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

There is very little knowledge among the public about Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD); the accumulation of liver fat in people who drink little or no alcohol. There is growing evidence to implicate pesticides as one of the contributing factors.

Sugar in the form of high fructose corn syrup may be a major contributor as well.  This consumption would come in the form of sugar-sweetened beverages and pre-packaged foods.  The U.S. per capita consumption of high fructose corn syrup amounted to 41.4 pounds in 2016.  Supposedly Fructose is cleared from the liver.

NAFLD often has no symptoms until it is too late, and takes years to progress.  This is another dirty little secret being kept from the public, and it is a global epidemic.  NAFLD is initially suspected if blood tests show high levels of liver enzymes.   Few doctors are talking about this disease, or are even aware of it.  NAFLD affects up to 25% of people in the United States.  There are no medical treatments yet for NAFLD.  However, eating a healthy diet, and exercising can help to abate the progression.

Sadly, the prediction is that this disease will increase by perhaps 50 percent within next 12 to 20 years leading to MANY deaths.  Consider how many children today graze on sweetened drinks, and fast food.  Consider how many people are exposed to pesticides on a daily basis.  Consider what all this means for the future.

 

 

 

 

SOY, SOY, SOY

SOY, SOY, SOY in everything! Soy contains manganese. Soy is destroying minds.

People are having problems remembering events and/or everyday happenings; people are angry; people can’t focus; people suffer from ADD, ADHD, altered gender, lower intelligence, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Autism, etc., etc.

WHY?  Most likely because of the consumption of soy, that contains natural high levels of manganese.  It enters the bloodstream, and breaks the blood/brain barrier, settling in the basil ganglia and disrupting Dopamine.

Please read: Manganese Madness

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Jan 9, 2013 – Rosalind Peterson of California Skywatch was a certified U.S.D.A. Farm Service Agency Crop Loss Adjustor working in more than ten counties throughout states, talks about  … “unusual spikes in certain chemicals at precisely the same time, namely arsenic, barium, aluminum, calcium, manganese, magnesium, lead and iron”.

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Manganese Cumulative Exposure and Symptoms:

Long-term exposure to manganese (Mn) particulates through inhalation can be neurotoxic, with deficits in neuromotor and cognitive domains. Mn-exposed individuals also report symptoms, including fatigue, mood changes, irritability, concentration difficulties, and sweating in the absence of physical effort. The long-term course of Mn-related symptoms after cessation of exposure has never been examined. Male workers from a Mn-alloy production plant participated in a study on nervous system functions (initial examination), and were followed-up 14 years after plant closure. The relation between self-reported symptoms and Mn cumulative exposure index (CEI) was examined among 71 Mn-alloy workers and 71 referents. Symptoms from the questionnaire were grouped into categories, and the reported frequency was compared between referents and Mn-alloy workers in each Mn CEI tertile using General Linear Models, controlling for age, education, and alcohol consumption. A gradual increase in symptoms frequency was observed for complaints related to hearing and movement control both at initial and follow-up examination, and fatigue and autonomic nervous system only at initial examination. In addition, an exposure-effect relation was apparent for symptoms related to memory, concentration and balance reported at both examinations, with Mn-workers in the highest CEI tertile reporting the highest level of symptomatology. Sleeping complaints were not associated with exposure to Mn, while musculoskeletal pain and muscular weakness were reported more often by Mn-workers than referents but were not clearly related to CEI. The findings suggest that former Mn-alloy workers continue to perceive symptoms many years after cessation of exposure. Despite the limitations of self-reported symptoms, subjective complaints are an important part of a health assessment since they relate directly to perceived health status and day-to-day functioning.

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Prince, Dick Gregory on Chemtrails Manganese YouTube1 (start at 4:45).  Dick Gregory talks about White breweries targeting Black neighborhoods with Malt Liquor (high in manganese), which causes madness and violence against one another.

Quote:

Malt liquor is made by white beer companies but only sold in black neighborhoods, and you don’t get suspicious?” he asked. “They put a thing in it called manganese, and once you get so much manganese in you, you will kill your mamma, but they’ve got you believing that’s normal for you to act that way.”

Atrium Innovations to be Acquired by Nestlé for $2.3 Billion

This is the second big nutritional supplement company to be taken over by evil giant, Nestle, for $2.3 billion.  Nestle’s other BIG purchase was Garden of Life which sells Raw Meal.  There are MANY health conscious people who are angry about this.  Many will boycott the products; some health food stores will as well.

What is happening has everything to do with  Codex Alimentarius . It is now being implemented in the US, by coming in through the back door.  Its texts are developed and maintained by the Codex Alimentarius Commission, a body that was established in early November 1961 by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), was joined by the World Health Organization (WHO) in June 1962, and held its first session in Rome in October 1963.

It’s kind of a whimsical sounding name, but there is nothing whimsical  about it. Codex is now taking over high end food and nutritional supplements.  Codex will eventually water down everything.