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11/24/2012 3:35:37 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
This nation is in desperate need of a national health plan ,that will protect its citizens from the ravages of sickness and disease.
The simple truth is that it will never put one together . in fact any attempt to do so will destroy what exists now.

The reason is simple. We have a population of about 90 million who are suffering from various forms of inherited diseases or sicknesses that are race specific.
The diseases these people suffer from are chronic and no country on earth is wealthy enough to provide medical services on a long term basis and where there's little hope for a cure .

Blacks and latinos in america suffer from a very high rate of incurable stds [hiv/aids' being just one. Diabetes for blacks and latinos requires long term care and can lead to other diseases ,requiring expensive treatment. sycle cell anemia ,
morbid obesity , high blood pressure and so on are just a few.

and this doesn't address the knifings , killings, and violence are that are part and parcel of the black and latino culture.
these people are high maintenance and we just can't afford to support them without destroying the hospitals and health services for whites in america .
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11/24/2012 3:38:32 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
At 11/24/2012 3:35:37 PM, falconduler wrote:
This nation is in desperate need of a national health plan ,that will protect its citizens from the ravages of sickness and disease.
The simple truth is that it will never put one together . in fact any attempt to do so will destroy what exists now.

The reason is simple. We have a population of about 90 million who are suffering from various forms of inherited diseases or sicknesses that are race specific.
The diseases these people suffer from are chronic and no country on earth is wealthy enough to provide medical services on a long term basis and where there's little hope for a cure .

Blacks and latinos in america suffer from a very high rate of incurable stds [hiv/aids' being just one. Diabetes for blacks and latinos requires long term care and can lead to other diseases ,requiring expensive treatment. sycle cell anemia ,
morbid obesity , high blood pressure and so on are just a few.

and this doesn't address the knifings , killings, and violence are that are part and parcel of the black and latino culture.

Do you have any warrant on killings and violence being an explicit part of black/latino culture? Surely poverty is a better explanation?

these people are high maintenance and we just can't afford to support them without destroying the hospitals and health services for whites in america .
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11/24/2012 3:47:34 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
At 11/24/2012 3:38:32 PM, thett3 wrote:
At 11/24/2012 3:35:37 PM, falconduler wrote:
This nation is in desperate need of a national health plan ,that will protect its citizens from the ravages of sickness and disease.
The simple truth is that it will never put one together . in fact any attempt to do so will destroy what exists now.

The reason is simple. We have a population of about 90 million who are suffering from various forms of inherited diseases or sicknesses that are race specific.
The diseases these people suffer from are chronic and no country on earth is wealthy enough to provide medical services on a long term basis and where there's little hope for a cure .

Blacks and latinos in america suffer from a very high rate of incurable stds [hiv/aids' being just one. Diabetes for blacks and latinos requires long term care and can lead to other diseases ,requiring expensive treatment. sycle cell anemia ,
morbid obesity , high blood pressure and so on are just a few.

and this doesn't address the knifings , killings, and violence are that are part and parcel of the black and latino culture.

Do you have any warrant on killings and violence being an explicit part of black/latino culture? Surely poverty is a better explanation?

these people are high maintenance and we just can't afford to support them without destroying the hospitals and health services for whites in america .
i can refer you to fbi stats . and the 80-90% black or latino prison population. and this after all the affirmative action programs and racial preferences these two groups enjoy . it's in their dna . and poverty has nothing to do with it.
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11/24/2012 5:58:58 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
At 11/24/2012 3:47:34 PM, falconduler wrote:
At 11/24/2012 3:38:32 PM, thett3 wrote:
At 11/24/2012 3:35:37 PM, falconduler wrote:
This nation is in desperate need of a national health plan ,that will protect its citizens from the ravages of sickness and disease.
The simple truth is that it will never put one together . in fact any attempt to do so will destroy what exists now.

The reason is simple. We have a population of about 90 million who are suffering from various forms of inherited diseases or sicknesses that are race specific.
The diseases these people suffer from are chronic and no country on earth is wealthy enough to provide medical services on a long term basis and where there's little hope for a cure .

Blacks and latinos in america suffer from a very high rate of incurable stds [hiv/aids' being just one. Diabetes for blacks and latinos requires long term care and can lead to other diseases ,requiring expensive treatment. sycle cell anemia ,
morbid obesity , high blood pressure and so on are just a few.

and this doesn't address the knifings , killings, and violence are that are part and parcel of the black and latino culture.

Do you have any warrant on killings and violence being an explicit part of black/latino culture? Surely poverty is a better explanation?

these people are high maintenance and we just can't afford to support them without destroying the hospitals and health services for whites in america .
i can refer you to fbi stats . and the 80-90% black or latino prison population. and this after all the affirmative action programs and racial preferences these two groups enjoy . it's in their dna . and poverty has nothing to do with it.

The FBI does not track DNA in that way. You are mixing causation and correlation.
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11/24/2012 6:06:06 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
At 11/24/2012 3:35:37 PM, falconduler wrote:
This nation is in desperate need of a national health plan ,that will protect its citizens from the ravages of sickness and disease.
The simple truth is that it will never put one together . in fact any attempt to do so will destroy what exists now.

The reason is simple. We have a population of about 90 million who are suffering from various forms of inherited diseases or sicknesses that are race specific.
The diseases these people suffer from are chronic and no country on earth is wealthy enough to provide medical services on a long term basis and where there's little hope for a cure .

Blacks and latinos in america suffer from a very high rate of incurable stds [hiv/aids' being just one. Diabetes for blacks and latinos requires long term care and can lead to other diseases ,requiring expensive treatment. sycle cell anemia ,
morbid obesity , high blood pressure and so on are just a few.

and this doesn't address the knifings , killings, and violence are that are part and parcel of the black and latino culture.
these people are high maintenance and we just can't afford to support them without destroying the hospitals and health services for whites in america .

It seems you are being contradictory. Why would you want to have a national health plan for "these lower humans?" Since "it's in their DNA," aren't they horrible people and therefore don't deserve special consideration from society?
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11/24/2012 7:13:32 PM
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11/26/2012 4:25:54 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
At 11/24/2012 6:06:06 PM, Lordknukle wrote:
At 11/24/2012 3:35:37 PM, falconduler wrote:
This nation is in desperate need of a national health plan ,that will protect its citizens from the ravages of sickness and disease.
The simple truth is that it will never put one together . in fact any attempt to do so will destroy what exists now.

The reason is simple. We have a population of about 90 million who are suffering from various forms of inherited diseases or sicknesses that are race specific.
The diseases these people suffer from are chronic and no country on earth is wealthy enough to provide medical services on a long term basis and where there's little hope for a cure .

Blacks and latinos in america suffer from a very high rate of incurable stds [hiv/aids' being just one. Diabetes for blacks and latinos requires long term care and can lead to other diseases ,requiring expensive treatment. sycle cell anemia ,
morbid obesity , high blood pressure and so on are just a few.

and this doesn't address the knifings , killings, and violence are that are part and parcel of the black and latino culture.
these people are high maintenance and we just can't afford to support them without destroying the hospitals and health services for whites in america .

It seems you are being contradictory. Why would you want to have a national health plan for "these lower humans?" Since "it's in their DNA," aren't they horrible people and therefore don't deserve special consideration from society?

I don't think they are horrible. what i'm saying is that the nation cannot afford to have a national healthcare system because of the costs in providing one to those who suffer from a multitude of inhereted diseases and cultural problems which lead to violence.
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11/30/2012 2:24:44 PM
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At 11/26/2012 4:25:54 PM, falconduler wrote:
At 11/24/2012 6:06:06 PM, Lordknukle wrote:
At 11/24/2012 3:35:37 PM, falconduler wrote:
This nation is in desperate need of a national health plan ,that will protect its citizens from the ravages of sickness and disease.
The simple truth is that it will never put one together . in fact any attempt to do so will destroy what exists now.

The reason is simple. We have a population of about 90 million who are suffering from various forms of inherited diseases or sicknesses that are race specific.
The diseases these people suffer from are chronic and no country on earth is wealthy enough to provide medical services on a long term basis and where there's little hope for a cure .

Blacks and latinos in america suffer from a very high rate of incurable stds [hiv/aids' being just one. Diabetes for blacks and latinos requires long term care and can lead to other diseases ,requiring expensive treatment. sycle cell anemia ,
morbid obesity , high blood pressure and so on are just a few.

and this doesn't address the knifings , killings, and violence are that are part and parcel of the black and latino culture.
these people are high maintenance and we just can't afford to support them without destroying the hospitals and health services for whites in america .

It seems you are being contradictory. Why would you want to have a national health plan for "these lower humans?" Since "it's in their DNA," aren't they horrible people and therefore don't deserve special consideration from society?

I don't think they are horrible. what i'm saying is that the nation cannot afford to have a national healthcare system because of the costs in providing one to those who suffer from a multitude of inhereted diseases and cultural problems which lead to violence.

Any proof about these so called "high STD rates"?
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12/1/2012 2:22:21 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
At 11/30/2012 2:24:44 PM, Nidhogg wrote:
At 11/26/2012 4:25:54 PM, falconduler wrote:
At 11/24/2012 6:06:06 PM, Lordknukle wrote:
At 11/24/2012 3:35:37 PM, falconduler wrote:
This nation is in desperate need of a national health plan ,that will protect its citizens from the ravages of sickness and disease.
The simple truth is that it will never put one together . in fact any attempt to do so will destroy what exists now.

The reason is simple. We have a population of about 90 million who are suffering from various forms of inherited diseases or sicknesses that are race specific.
The diseases these people suffer from are chronic and no country on earth is wealthy enough to provide medical services on a long term basis and where there's little hope for a cure .

Blacks and latinos in america suffer from a very high rate of incurable stds [hiv/aids' being just one. Diabetes for blacks and latinos requires long term care and can lead to other diseases ,requiring expensive treatment. sycle cell anemia ,
morbid obesity , high blood pressure and so on are just a few.

and this doesn't address the knifings , killings, and violence are that are part and parcel of the black and latino culture.
these people are high maintenance and we just can't afford to support them without destroying the hospitals and health services for whites in america .

It seems you are being contradictory. Why would you want to have a national health plan for "these lower humans?" Since "it's in their DNA," aren't they horrible people and therefore don't deserve special consideration from society?

I don't think they are horrible. what i'm saying is that the nation cannot afford to have a national healthcare system because of the costs in providing one to those who suffer from a multitude of inhereted diseases and cultural problems which lead to violence.

Any proof about these so called "high STD rates"?

African Americans face the most severe burden of HIV of all racial/ethnic groups in the United States (US). Despite representing only 14% of the US population in 2009, African Americans accounted for 44% of all new HIV infections in that year. Compared with members of other races and ethnicities, African Americans account for a higher proportion of HIV infections at all stages of disease"from new infections to deaths.

The Numbers
New HIV Infections
In 2009, black men accounted for 70% of the estimated new HIV infections among all blacks. The estimated rate of new HIV infection for black men was more than six and a half times as high as that of white men, and two and a half times as high as that of Latino men or black women.
In 2009, black men who have sex with men (MSM)1 represented an estimated 73% of new infections among all black men, and 37% among all MSM. More new HIV infections occurred among young black MSM (aged 13"29) than any other age and racial group of MSM. In addition, new HIV infections among young black MSM increased by 48% from 2006"2009.
In 2009, black women accounted for 30% of the estimated new HIV infections among all blacks. Most (85%) black women with HIV acquired HIV through heterosexual sex. The estimated rate of new HIV infections for black women was more than 15 times as high as the rate for white women, and more than three times as high as that of Latina women.
Estimates of New HIV Infections in the United States, 2009, for the Most-Affected Subpopulations

Subpopulations representing 2% or less of the overall US epidemic are not reflected in this chart.

HIV and AIDS Diagnoses2 and Deaths
From 2006"2009, the estimated number and rate of HIV diagnoses among blacks remained stable in the 40 states with long-term confidential name-based HIV reporting.
At some point in their lifetimes, an estimated 1 in 16 black men and 1 in 32 black women will be diagnosed with HIV infection.
In 2009, an estimated 16,741 blacks were diagnosed with AIDS in the US, a number that has slowly decreased since 2006.
By the end of 2008, an estimated 240,627 blacks with an AIDS diagnosis had died in the US. In 2007, HIV was the ninth leading cause of death for all blacks and the third leading cause of death for black women and black men aged 35"44.
Prevention Challenges
African Americans face a number of challenges that contribute to the higher rates of HIV infection.

The greater number of people living with HIV (prevalence) in African American communities and the fact that African Americans tend to have sex with partners of the same race/ethnicity means that they face a greater risk of HIV infection with each new sexual encounter.

African American communities continue to experience higher rates of other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) compared with other racial/ethnic communities in the US. The presence of certain STIs can significantly increase the chance of contracting HIV. Additionally, a person who has both HIV and certain STIs has a greater chance of infecting others with HIV.

The socioeconomic issues associated with poverty, including limited access to high-quality health care, housing, and HIV prevention education, directly and indirectly increase the risk for HIV infection and affect the health of people living with and at risk for HIV infection.

Lack of awareness of HIV status can affect HIV rates in communities. Approximately 1 in 5 adults and adolescents in the US living with HIV are unaware of their HIV status. This translates to approximately 116,750 persons in the African American community. Late diagnosis of HIV infection is common, which creates missed opportunities to obtain early medical care and prevent transmission to others. The sooner an individual is diagnosed and linked to appropriate care, the better the outcome.

Stigma, fear, discrimination, homophobia, and negative perceptions about HIV testing can also place too many African Americans at higher risk. Many at risk for infection fear stigma more than infection and may choose instead to hide their high-risk behavior rather than seek counseling and testing.

What CDC Is Doing
CDC and its partners are pursuing a high-impact prevention approach to advance the goals of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy and maximize the effectiveness of current HIV prevention methods. This approach focuses on implementing programs that have shown the greatest potential to reduce new HIV infections in populations and geographic areas at highest risk and on a scale large enough to yield the greatest possible impact on the HIV epidemic. Examples of activities addressing African American communities include:

The Act Against AIDS campaign delivers culturally appropriate messages about HIV infection. "Take Charge. Take the Test." encourages African American women to get tested for HIV. "Testing Makes Us Stronger," is aimed at increasing HIV testing among black MSM. For more information, visit www.actagainstaids.org.
An active part of the Act Against AIDS campaign, the Act Against AIDS Leadership Initiative (AAALI), is a $16 million, six-year partnership between CDC and the country"s leading organizations that represent the populations hardest hit by HIV. AAALI was initially formed to provide critical funding and to intensify HIV prevention efforts in black communities, but has since expanded to include organizations that focus on black MSM and the Latino community.
Expanded Testing Initiative (ETI). In 2010, CDC announced a second three-year expanded HIV testing program that builds on an initiative started in 2007 to increase HIV testing among African Americans. In the first three years of the project, more than 2.8 million tests were conducted and 18,432 people were newly diagnosed with HIV. Most of the people who were tested (57.4%) and diagnosed with HIV (66.0%) were African American. ETI includes 30 health jurisdic
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12/1/2012 2:58:21 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
At 11/24/2012 3:35:37 PM, falconduler wrote:
This nation is in desperate need of a national health plan ,that will protect its citizens from the ravages of sickness and disease.
The simple truth is that it will never put one together . in fact any attempt to do so will destroy what exists now.

The reason is simple. We have a population of about 90 million who are suffering from various forms of inherited diseases or sicknesses that are race specific.
The diseases these people suffer from are chronic and no country on earth is wealthy enough to provide medical services on a long term basis and where there's little hope for a cure .

Blacks and latinos in america suffer from a very high rate of incurable stds [hiv/aids' being just one.

It's interesting that you bring that up. Allow me to explain that.

As it turns out, the Bubonic Plague was very specific to a given area of the world, which was mostly Europe and China.

Those with a lineage that had exposure to the Bubonic Plague most often have some inherited resistance to the disease.

Resistance to the Bubonic Plague, up to and including immunity, is directly proportional to that same person's resistance to HIV. There are actually people that are completely immune to the Bubonic Plague, and likewise immune to the HIV, and they exist exclusively in Europe.

Those that had the least exposure to HIV include Australian Aborigines, Africans, and South Americans. Australian Aborigines have been displaced and almost entirely eradicated, much like Native Americans. Among South American and African populations, however, there is the highest incidence of HIV. Add to that the fact that these two parts of the world are literally richest in natural resources and fertility (containing the only rain forests on earth, for example, or having both rich coastal land as well as significant bodies of water inland. and this is not to mention minerals and agriculture), so those from areas that are extraordinarily low in natural resources (such as Europe, or the United States, to a lesser degree) have spent centuries attempting to dominate those lands to access the full richness of the earth.

Diabetes for blacks and latinos requires long term care

Diabetes and heart disease is not something prevalent in all populations of African or Central and South American descent. It is, instead, something that developed over time due to exposure to food and lifestyles completely divergent from those entertained by their ancestry.

On the other hand, there are several diseases that result from unhealthy lifestyles and obesity, and they are not exclusive to minorities. This country is still majority white, and it is still majority obese, so that means that the majority of the people that contribute to the obesity and bariatric conditions are white.

On the other hand, this has been biologically proven to be a blurry distinction at best, with only typical manifestations rather than untenable ones.

Lol, I was just thinking about how Time Magazine wrote that one article in the late nineties about how sometime within the next couple of years (at this point), the majority of everyone will have a similar "racial" appearance, as we'd all be so "mixed." However, there are several issues that arose since then that I think will prove to mitigate that prediction. One of them is that I think Time was being a little too optimistic about people's maturity, and relied on the trend of nonconformity and existential acceptance of diversity popular at the time to presuppose people would be so open to intermingling to that degree. But, I think the other problem is that genetics isn't quite so neat and easily predictable; the lines of distinction was blurry in the first place and people will always pop up and that will have a sharp contrast to their parents, having an appearance of another ethnicity's archetype.

and can lead to other diseases ,requiring expensive treatment. sycle cell anemia ,

Sickle-cell anemia, on the other hand, is a blood cell deformity caused by generations of exposure to malaria. Indeed, those with sickle-cell anemia are immune to malaria, but as we all know, they have greater problems on their hands.

morbid obesity , high blood pressure and so on are just a few.

and this doesn't address the knifings , killings, and violence are that are part and parcel of the black and latino culture.

these people are high maintenance and we just can't afford to support them without destroying the hospitals and health services for whites in america .

It's a wonder we've come this far. 300 years of those monkeys running wild and yet, we're still among the top in the world at everything.
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12/1/2012 4:35:21 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
At 11/24/2012 3:35:37 PM, falconduler wrote:
This nation is in desperate need of a national health plan ,that will protect its citizens from the ravages of sickness and disease.

I predict something racist will soon be said....

The simple truth is that it will never put one together . in fact any attempt to do so will destroy what exists now.

Wait for it....

The reason is simple. We have a population of about 90 million who are suffering from various forms of inherited diseases or sicknesses that are race specific. The diseases these people suffer from are chronic and no country on earth is wealthy enough to provide medical services on a long term basis and where there's little hope for a cure .

Wait for it.......

Blacks and latinos in america suffer from a very high rate of incurable stds [hiv/aids' being just one. Diabetes for blacks and latinos requires long term care and can lead to other diseases ,requiring expensive treatment. sycle cell anemia, morbid obesity , high blood pressure and so on are just a few.

Just stats right now but WAIT FOR IT.........

and this doesn't address the knifings , killings, and violence are that are part and parcel of the black and latino culture. these people are high maintenance and we just can't afford to support them without destroying the hospitals and health services for whites in america .

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