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Is the World ready for THE AGING POPULATION? This is debatable, according to a global study, most countries worldwide are not prepared to support their swelling numbers of elderly people. STATS, the study ranks the social and economic well-being of elders in 91 countries with Sweden coming out on top and Afghanistan at the bottom. STAY TUNED... Nations are simply not...etc. Graying population is...etc. By 2050 over...etc. Ages 60-65...retirement not...etc. Life expectancy in...etc.
There is a single ideological current running through a seemingly disparate collection of noxious modern political and scientific movements, ranging from militarism, imperialism, racism, xenophobia, and radical environmentalism, to socialism, Nazism, and totalitarian communism. This is the ideology of antihumanism: the belief that the human race is a horde of vermin whose unconstrained aspirations and appetites endanger the natural order, and that tyrannical measures are necessary to constrain humanity. The founding prophet of modern anti-humanism is Thomas Malthus (1766-1834), who offered a pseudoscientific basis for the idea that human reproduction always outruns available resources. Following this pessimistic and inaccurate assessment of the capacity of human ingenuity to develop new resources, Malthus advocated oppressive policies that led to the starvation of millions in India and Ireland.
While Malthus’s argument that human population growth invariably leads to famine and poverty is plainly at odds with the historical evidence, which shows global living standards rising with population growth, it nonetheless persisted and even gained strength among intellectuals and political leaders in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Its most pernicious manifestation in recent decades has been the doctrine of population control, famously advocated by ecologist Paul Ehrlich, whose bestselling 1968 antihumanist tract The Population Bomb has served as the bible of neo-Malthusianism. In this book, Ehrlich warned of overpopulation and advocated that the American government adopt stringent population control measures, both domestically and for the Third World countries that received American foreign aid. (Ehrlich, it should be noted, is the mentor of and frequent collaborator with John Holdren, President Obama’s science advisor.)
1.What diseases are now in place to destroy American lives ?
2.Who is calling for Americas reduction in population ?
3.What will happen to live stock and stores ?
4.What about the collapse of the American dollar ?
5. What about biological weapons ?
6. What type of natural disasters can strike America ?
7. How can we survive ?
8. What nations are poised to take over America ?
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Why do some women get more vibrant with time? Is it ATTITUDE...YES, and it's not debatable! TO AGE IS HUMAN, TO NOT SHOW IT IS DIVINE!
SURVEY says...America Devalues AGE more than any other country in the World!
SURVEY says...Nearly 90% of you think the U.S. places too much emphasis on AGE.
Ze Formula for AGING GRACEFULLY...BELIEVE in yourself...let go of regrets...dress your age. Don't compare yourself to the way you looked 20 years ago.
YOUTH is really a state of...etc.
Looking and Felling good, not giving a ...etc.
Make love, it's the fountain of...etc.
Don't get me wrong. If this ever happens, then I doubt that it will occur in our lifetime. However, is the U.S. growing too quickly? When you think of how cities basically pop up overnight across the country are we running out of resources?
Destroying the environment appears to be contributing to climate change, growing unemployment numbers and poverty in the States. Could our leaders actually create a law that limits how many kids a family/parent can have? Would that be beneficial to the country in the long term?
These things and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!
"No experts. Just opinions."
THE MEASURE OF LIFE...we can control the length of our life, but we can control the quality, depth and width.
Age 30...Twinkling & Thriving...ze form is changing.
Age 40...Flashy & Flirting...mid-age crisis for men and women.
Age 50...Hey, you're a survivor but are you 50 and fabulous or 50 and feeble. At this age most worry less about what people think.
Age 60...Sexy & Sizzling.
Age 70...Simply Sensational.
Age 80...Endearing & Enchanting.
Age 90...an icon who got and gets it right.
Diverse views on aging...etc.
Never lie about your age...etc.
Embrace the GOLD standard...etc.
Staying connected with joy, happiness and love as we grow older is a daunting task. A Happiness Index radio program invite you to be happy, be joyjful and enjoy love as we aging. Aging does not rob us of our joy. Aging supports us in being joyful. Today we will enjoy a deep and moving conversation with Dr. Tomas Pinkson, known to me and mnay others as Brother Tomas. Brother Tomas is an author, healer and community leader. For many years he was a corner stone of the Center for Attitudinal Healing founded by Dr. Jerry Jampolsky in Tiburon California. He is one of the founders of the Wakan, located in Marin, County. The Wakan is an intimate community of individuals who supports each member's healing and growth through deepening a connection with all our relations. His book, "The Shamanic Wisdom of the Huichol: Medicine Teachings for Modern Times" tells the story. Tune in and turn on to A Happiness Index to unlock your joy and be happy.
Our Premier Episode
Featuring: Host Adriane Berg
Here is our first show line up:
Rev. Gregory Johnson, a world leader in care giving, founder of Care For the Caregiver, consultant to Emblem Health insurance and so much more
Dr. Neal Cutler, a leading gerontologist, formerly Professor of Gerontology at the University of Pennsylvania and Widner College, Director of the Motion Picture and Television Fund Gerontology Center, member of the board of the AARP, author and so much more
Risa Olinsky, Masters of Adult Fitness, leading fitness entrepreneur and creator of Count on Yourself, Wellness coach, Community Health Organizer and so much more
Peppy Margulies, leading lifelong learning educator, Director of the Lifelong Learning Center at Raritan Community College, named the nation’s best education value by Newsweek, Host of the Super Aging NJ Journalism Course
Robert H Junge, Certified Financial Planner, Unity Financial Services, Head of the retirement planning division of Unity Bank, financial advisor, creator of community retirement outreach initiatives and so much more
Diane Bell, Realtor and Specialist in Second Home and Retirement Living
What is happening in retirement communities, assisted living facilities and nursing homes? You might imagine quiet reading, crossword puzzles, bingo, maybe some shuffleboard. Think again. Think about sex – unsafe sex.
Much as society might prefer to see older adults as asexual, the rates of STDs among older adults are climbing. Despite rising infections, gay and lesbian older adults remain an invisible population. Yet sex goes on anyway.
HIV/AIDS is not just an LGBT issue but a community issue as well.Terri Clark (Action Aids) & Robert Espinoza (SAGE) address these health disparities among marginalized populations, as well as offer important steps to advance health equity for all, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.
Gold has been used as currency since 643 B.C.
1861 US paper currency was created by U.S. Treasury Secretary Salmon Chase.
1913 the Federal Reserve was created.
March 3, 1933 Pres. Roosevelt closed the banks as a result of the run on gold.
July 22, 1944 the Bretton Woods agreement central banks had to maintain fixed exchange rates between their currencies and the dollar.
1960 the U.S. held $19.4 billion in gold, enough to cover the $18.7 billion in foreign dollars outstanding.
1970, the U.S. only held $14.5 billion in gold against foreign dollar holdings of $45.7 billion
August 15, 1971 Pres. Nixon changed the dollar/gold relationship to $38 per ounce, and the Fed stopped redeeming dollars with gold.
1973 The U.S. government re-priced gold to $42 per ounce, and then decoupled the value of the dollar from gold altogether. The price of gold quickly shot up to $120 per ounce in the free market.
1973 Nixon and King Faisal of Saudi Arabia created the petrodollar system. Nixon asked Faisal to accept only US dollars as payment for oil and to invest any excess profits in US Treasury bonds, notes, and bills. In exchange, Nixon pledged to protect Saudi oilfields from the Soviet Union and other potential aggressors, such as Iran and Iraq (offered military protection).
Published on Apr 30, 2014: The Ministry of Finance on President Putin's order yesterday accelerated the opening of the St. Petersburg Exchange (SPE), where prices for Russian oil and natural gas will be set in rubles instead of US dollars. (Link: http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index1766.htm by Sorcha Faal)
Dr. Charles Moss is the author of Power of the Five Elements: The Chinese Medicine Path to Healthy Aging and Stress Resistance and The Adaptation Diet: A Three-Step Approach to Control Cortisol, Lose Weight, and Prevent Chronic Disease.
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