Scientists Find Antidote to Bioweapon Capable of Putting a Cute Face on Iggy Pop’s Body

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
October 1, 2019

Have you ever wondered if there’s a magical potion or something able to put a cute face on Iggy Pop’s body?


Okay, but you should know that such a concoction exists and it is called “veganism.”


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She’s like 17 years old.

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Thankfully, brave scientists have now figured out a way to prevent teenage girls from turning into Iggy Pop.

Daily Mail:

There is no reason to cut back on red meat for health reasons, according to a controversial claim by a group of leading scientists.

Researchers in Canada, Spain and Poland have cast a shadow over eating advice adopted by health organisations around the world.

In a landmark paper, the academics analysed past studies of how eating meat affected the health of more than four million people.

They found no evidence that eating beef, pork and lamb could increase the rates of heart disease, cancer, stroke or type 2 diabetes – despite fears.

And the team also said they found nothing strong enough to signal that people should cut down on red meat, adding that the quality of evidence was too low for findings to be concerning.

Officials have for years tried to encourage diet changes – guidelines recommend people limit themselves to 70g of red meat a day – the equivalent of one lamb chop, one pork sausage, half a beef burger, or one-and-a-half rashers of bacon.

The medical community is torn over the research, describing it as ‘very good quality’ but hesitating to agree with telling people to cut back on meat.

The study was a series of five reviews of past research, carried out by scientists from the Dalhousie and McMaster universities in Canada as well as the Cochrane research centres in Spain and Poland.

It considered 61 studies which had monitored the health of more than four million people, as well as 12 which trialled changing the diets of about 54,000.

The team found the results of past research were of too poor a quality to make any suggestions about the way people lived their lives.

As a result, a panel of 14 experts from seven countries said people should continue to eat the current average amount of red meat.

This was between three and four portions per week for North Americans and Europeans, they said.

Study author Bradley Johnston, associate professor at Dalhousie, said: ‘Based on the research, we cannot say with any certainty that eating red or processed meat causes cancer, diabetes or heart disease.’

But it can’t possibly be the goyfeed that’s causing the cancer, so it must be the meat.

Makes sense, right? You are what you eat, so if you eat a dead animal, you turn into a dead animal.

Experts are divided on whether to agree with the paper or to err on the side of caution.

Professor Tim Key, from the University of Oxford, said: ‘There’s substantial evidence that processed meat can cause bowel cancer – so much so that the World Health Organization has classified it as carcinogenic since 2015.

Dr David Nunan, also a professor at Oxford, said: ‘A recommendation to reduce consumption will at best move more people to the average.

‘And if that also means some move from average to below average this is unlikely, for most, to lead to harm in terms of health outcomes.

‘But again, that is if we believe the findings, which the authors of the current studies put little belief in.

All this says nothing about individual risk, as even if we believe that at best 12 out of 1,000 people who consume slightly less red or processed meat will be saved from a bad health outcome, no one can ever predict if you will be one of those 12.’

Turn 1,000 people vegan to save 12 weirdos whose bodies gave up when digesting some lamb?

Sounds like sound, settled science. After all, these are human lives we’re talking about here!

So just turn everyone into malnourished, sluggish, mentally-handicapped bags of kindness.

The World Health Organization classes red meat as probably cancer-causing and processed meat as carcinogenic, meaning it’s definitely linked to the cancer.

The NHS says eating a lot of red meat ‘probably increases your risk of bowel cancer’.

Cancer Research UK says three chemicals in meat are linked to bowel cancer because they damage cells in the gut.

Dr Giota Mitrou, director of research at the World Cancer Research Fund, said: ‘It is important to remember that consumption of red and processed meat is one component of our overall diet and exercise pattern and it’s unlikely that specific foods are important single factors in causing or protecting against cancer.

Instead, different patterns of diet and physical activity throughout life combine to make you more or less susceptible to cancer.’

No, it’s definitely the meat!

Stop being violent by eating meat! GO VEGAN!