This is annoying.
When asked by a young man if he should seek to marry, Socrates answered him:
“By all means marry: if you get a good wife, you will be happy; if you get a bad one, you will become a philosopher.”
This is annoying.
Of course, some of the ‘obesity epidemic’ in North America is directly attributable to government intervention in our individual lives……
Just recently, my father-in-law mentioned to me that he read a study of the most prescribed drugs in different regions of North America and that he found it curious that in almost all large urban areas, Synthroid (an artificial thyroid hormone) topped the list. He was wondering why this was…
Did you know that fluoride (in the form of fluorine) is prescribed as medication to people who have overactive thyroids?
Indeed, fluoride lowers the function of our thyroid gland.
People with a healthy thyroid who are given fluoride tend to develop hypothyroidism: a condition which is marked by fatigue, depression and lowered metabolic rate which leads to – you got it – difficult-to-control weight gain!
Most urban centres in North America put fluoride into their municipal water supply.
Most commercially sold bottled water contains fluoride.
Governments put prescription medication in our water supply ‘for our own good’. Once it’s made us sick, they’ll use this as an excuse to strip us of more of our rights…
The Oracle of Delphi called Socrates 'the wisest man' because he said:
"I know I know nothing!"
Of course, he only knew this because his wife, Xanthippe, told him so.
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