Susanne Posel, Contributor
As population reduction, in all its covert forms, begins to litter the landscape of mainstream media, overweight teenagers are being classified as having lower IQ simply because of their size, according to a new study. This blanket determination called the “metabolic syndrome” suggests that obesity in children is linked to their brain function and cognitive capacity.
Simply put: fat kids are stupid.
The study asserts that MRI scans revealed that differences in the brain structure among overweight children are significant when compared to other children. Dr. Antonio Convit, lead author, correlated his findings with other psychiatrists, as well as worked in conjunction with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to concoct a proactive diagnosis that could label children with metabolic syndrome under five “warning signs”:
• Abdominal obesity
• Low cholesterol
• High triglycerides
• High blood pressure
• Pre-diabetic levels of insulin resistance
Convit wants to use these methods to develop a classification for overweight children in America so that the psychiatric industry can work together with the pharmaceutical corporations to develop drugs. He estimates that 54% of American teenagers are overweight or obese and that 40% struggle with weight-challenges based on metabolic syndrome.
Some of the classification criteria during the study indicated the test subject’s economic background, ethnicity, gender, and place of residence.
The NIH released a study showing that “the prevalence of obesity among urban children has touched 10 to 20 per cent which is very high. Also, we have noticed that it is greater in children from private schools than in the government schools, making it clear that kids from the middle or higher socio-economic families are more prone to obesity than those from lower middle or lower socio economic groups,” according to B. Sesikeran, director of NIH.
The NIH study blames watching television for more than 3 hours a day and a lack of participation of household activities as direct causation to weight issues.
According to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), obesity rates will reach 42% of the American population by 2030 unless there is an intervention.
Military leaders tell us that when more than one in four young people are unqualified for military service because of their weight, childhood obesity isn’t just a public health threat, it’s not just an economic threat, it’s a national security threat as well.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has collected data on obesity since 2005, employing scientists to analyze the average global body weight as 137 lbs. However, WHO also points out that these averages are dependent on region. WHO admonishes North America’s average body weight at 178 pounds.
WHO complains that America is the fattest nation and a drain the rest of the world’s resources. Ian Roberts, professor and co-author of the WHO study, said:
If every country in the world had the same level of fatness that we see in the USA, in weight terms that would be like an extra billion people of world average body mass.
WHO asserts that the lack of “surveillance systems and monitoring” of over-weight people are not “integrated into national health information systems”. They demand that obese people be surveilled by the healthcare industry and governmental agencies to reduce “behavioral and metabolic risk factors” in low-income communities.
A new study claims that by 2050 an expected 2 billion more people will be added to the world’s population and there will not be enough food available to feed them. The UN and Oxfam are preparing for a global food crisis.
Oxfam projects food prices to rise and civil unrest will result from panic in nearly 28 countries in regions like North America, Africa, and Latin America.
Dr. Glen Stream, the president of the American Academy of Family Physicians, states that “our American culture is always looking for an easy fix, a pill for every problem.” Stream believes that American’s reluctant attitude toward becoming healthy is to blame for the obesity epidemic in the US.
In response, Lorcaserin, developed by Arena Pharmaceuticals, works against serotonin receptors that correlate with appetite signals in the brain and cause the patient to become less hungry. Touted as a medical enhancement to type 2 diabetes treatments, it reduced the weight of participants in clinical trials by 5 – 10%.
Braasch Biotech LLC has been working to develop a vaccine to curb eating and deal with the psychological issues that surround obesity.
Scientists assert that somatostatin, a peptide hormone, inhibits the action of growth hormone and insulin-like growth factor, both of which increase metabolism and result in weight loss. The vaccine would modify somatostatin by engineering so that the chemical inhabitation is removed and antibodies are created against somatostatin.
Because somatostatin is secreted in the digestive system, the hormone would eventually be carried to the brain where it would have a great likelihood of interacting with the chemical makeup of the brain and thereby have an encompassing psychological reaction.
Since the global Elite see 90% of the world’s population expendable eaters that need to be reduced, this attack on food makes complete sense. Of course we should be conscious of our caloric intake, however, considering that this assault comes from the Elite’s science-based answer by altering the bio-chemical makeup of the general public there is an obvious ulterior motive being played out.
Susanne Posel is the Chief Editor of Occupy Corporatism. Our alternative news site is dedicated to reporting the news as it actually happens; not as it is spun by the corporately funded mainstream media. You can find us on our Facebook page.