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talib abdALLAH
20/07/2017, 21h42
اَلحَمدُلِلهِ رَبِ العَلَمِينَ ؕ وَالصَّلَوةُ وَ السَّلَامُ عَلَى سَيِـّـدِ المُرسَلِين
اَمَّا بَعدُ فَاَعُوذُ بِاللهِ مِنَ الشَّيطَنِ الرَّجِيمِ
بِسمِ اللهِ الرَّحمَنِ الرَّحِيم


السلام عليكم ورحمة الله تعالى وبركاته

Asalamu 3alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh







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The Physical Fraud




Shaykh Abu Ja'far al-Hanbali







https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2YACUHfX7jc







Description :


The food and health industries: its impact on the mind, body and soul of mankind: An introduction

Delivered live by Shaykh Abu Jaf'ar al-Hanbali at the inaugural KN-OW conference 'Clarity about Reality' on 21 January 2012 in Nottingham, UK.









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wa Asalamu 3alaykoum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh




Subhanak Allahumma wa bi hamdik. Ashhadu al-la ilaha illa ant. Astaghfiruka wa atubu ilayk


اللهمَّ صَلِّ عَلى سَيِّدِنا مُحَمَّدٍ و عَلى آلِهِ و صَحبِهِ و سَلِّم
Allâhumma salli 'alâ Sayyidinâ Muhammadin wa 'alâ âlihi wa sahbihi wa sallim.



وسُبْحَانَ رَبِّكَ رَبِّ الْعِزَّةِ عَمَّا يَصِفُونَ وَ سَلامٌ عَلَى الْمُرْسَلِينَ وَالْحَمْدُ لِللهِ رَبِّ الْعَلَمِينَ
wa subḥāna rabbika rabbi l-ʿizzati ʿammā yaṣifūn wa-salāmun ʿalā l-mursalīn wa-l-ḥamdu li-llāhi rabbi l-ʿālamīn

mouhsina
29/08/2018, 04h53
Wa a'leykoum salam warahmatoullah wa barkatouh
Akhy could you mind translating shortly this video for those who are just trying tho speak english like me please?
BarakAllah fik

talib abdALLAH
30/08/2018, 17h30
Wa a'leykoum salam warahmatoullah wa barkatouh
Akhy could you mind translating shortly this video for those who are just trying tho speak english like me please?
BarakAllah fik

Wa `alaykum as-salam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh

Fiki al baraka sister.

Inch 'Allah if i can, but it takes times to translate from english to french.

You can activate subtitles in this video to view the transcript in english and choose options to translate automatically from english to french, i hope it will help to understand the shaykh inch'Allah.

talib abdALLAH
30/08/2018, 17h34
If you understand english you can activate only the transcript in english it may help inch'Allah.

mouhsina
02/09/2018, 18h54
Salam a'leykoum akhy. Tanks . unfortunatly I can't follow directions you give me but I will try inshaAllah to listen carefully the video at many times. InshaAllah I will get some profits by watching uncesly.barakAllah fik

talib abdALLAH
03/09/2018, 19h55
As-salam `alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh

Fiki al barakah

It is an approximative raw transcript from youtube in english :

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I mean happening in learning whatever
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salat wa salam or honor millennia idea
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or bad I start in the beginning by
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praising Allah subhana wa tada
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and I know that everyone does not have
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this position it is a validly laughs
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between your anima I do understand that
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but I asked that those with cameras do
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not take my picture on your phone or
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what have you
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I respect and understand that you hold
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your position if I hold mine secondly I
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don't know whether it's a bit of
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folklore that is still around me but I
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have never been to the state of Utah and
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have not graduated from the University
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of Utah my graduates from the University
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of Oregon my sister once went to Utah
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and someone overheard that in a phone
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conversation and since then I've been
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associated with the Mormon State and I
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don't know how because if someone can
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find a single Mormon in my family I will
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pay them five thousand pounds and take
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them to lunch because there are no
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Mormons in my family now this area that
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I've been asked to speak on is a severe
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one because it has to do with the
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consumption of food and the food that
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you consume that goes into your body
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feeds your flesh and what feeds your
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flesh fuels your brain if you are fed by
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poison your brain will be fuelled by
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that poison your brain is fuelled by
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that poison the functionality of your
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body and how you will be in your
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formative years into your later years
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will be laid out and you will suffer
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dramatically for them now before I can
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get into what
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I want to give you in this brief period
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of time that I have we need to look at
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the baseline of what allah subhanho wa
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taala
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has given us and the baseline is this in
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the beginning of all things we should
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look at the resources that Allah subhana
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WA Ta'ala has given us they are food
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water and the produce of the earth that
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helps us preserve our lineage what are
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the building blocks of this Allah
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subhana WA Ta'ala has said to us are
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going to be layin asleep on your regime
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heavy metallic will meter to a demo
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elephant's ear indeed Allah has
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forbidden for you meat found dead blood
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the flesh of swine well my little air he
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be and whatever has been dedicated to
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other than Allah that which has been
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choked to death that which is died from
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a fall that which has been beaten to
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death that which that which has been
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consumed by other animals for miraculous
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several ulema the Katyn that which has
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been eaten by other animals except what
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you've slaughtered when you found it
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still living ormolu be halal Musab and
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that which has been slaughtered or that
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which has been sacrificed on top of
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altars and that which has been used in
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divining VALIC and fist that is
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tribulation aloma is a Lavina Kepha Rumi
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on the knee come for that the show was
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shown today the unbelievers have lost
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all hope regarding your religion don't
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fear them but fear me
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so in the beginning of this hollow
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subhana WA Ta'ala tells us that our
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consumption our food we should not be
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apologetic in the fact that Allah
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subhana WA Ta'ala has forbade us from
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things and told us that there are
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certain things that we're to consume for
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that so much only don't fear them fear
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me
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don't worry about what they say because
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Allah subhana WA Ta'ala has completed
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the faith a glioma acumen to Lacombe
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Dina comb indeed Allah has preserved and
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he has perfected and completed for you
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your D
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and he has completed his favor upon you
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and I ham pleased with Islam as your
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religion this gives us the baseline then
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that our food what we consume has been
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ordained by Allah subhana WA Ta'ala what
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you are to eat what you are to drink
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what you are to take on board has been
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given by Allah subhana WA Ta'ala this
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has been ordained it is not what we
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think it is what Allah has revealed
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further to this Allah subhana WA Ta'ala
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has given us water to purify ourselves
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with this water this water that we've
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been given to purify ourselves with the
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prophets allah allah wa sallam has
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stipulated that this water is used for
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our purification for our Holson and to
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purify ourselves and all other affairs
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for drinking for preparing of our food
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the sustenance that we take from the
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food and water nourishes our body now if
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we are not sufficiently nourished and
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our bodies are filled with food that is
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not playable is not wholesome we will
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suffer the consequences of this
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well you that I well last I feel audibly
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leave seda feeha and when they go out in
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the earth they cause tribulation therein
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well you who like al heroine Essen and
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they destroy all of the herbage and
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produce and they destroy their own
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lineage Allah who let you hit will if I
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said and all law does not love
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corruption now how has our food supply
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and what we take into our bodies how has
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it been altered what's happened to it
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well we must talk about what occurred
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with food after the second European
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civil war which has given the misnomer
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of World War two here
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what occurred after the second European
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Civil War there were two things that
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were left over after the war aluminium
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and phosphorus the large corporations
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and companies because we have to start
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with the United States because they now
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and currently are the torchbearers they
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are the head on the the body of Kufa
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that is present today their their
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culture their ideas their accent is the
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baseline of what this civilization in
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the world is following which is why the
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main movies the reward ceremonies their
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military their cadence some of you even
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have their names on your clothes I
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thought that for thought there were
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thousands of people I thought named
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Tommy Hilfiger that were Muslim and
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they're not but it's because of that
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culture so we must discuss the dominant
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culture first because that dominant
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culture is then coming here to the 51st
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state which is the United Kingdom after
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the Second World War
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massive amounts of phosphorus an
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aluminium were offloaded into the water
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this offload was allowed under the
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condition that it was admixture with
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other chemicals so that it was not
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purely aluminium it was not purely
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phosphorus because that could kill
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people so you have to mix it with
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something and so they mixed the
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phosphorus and the aluminium with sodium
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bicarbonate and many of the toothpastes
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the aquafresh the Colgate were mixed
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with aluminium white phosphate and these
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toothpastes have in them
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aluminium and high levels of phosphate
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and we know from laboratory tests and
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just basic exposure that when people
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have been exposed to aluminium that they
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suffer brain damage
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long-term destruction to their frontal
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lobe they suffer from strokes at early
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portions in their life people that have
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aluminium pots when they cook their
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vegetables and they cook their fruits
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and other things in them they make their
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food and aluminium pots the food takes
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on the quality of the aluminium that's
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why it sometimes has that metallic taste
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and they eat it and it poisons them
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further to this it was allowed for
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companies to come to the farming
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industry and to change the way that meat
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was slaughtered previous to the second
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European civil war people had industrial
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ways of slaughtering meat but it was
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either hand slaughtered or it was
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several machines checked by one man
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after the second European Civil War they
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demanded that the slaughtering should be
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automated and there should only be maybe
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one person to look after the entire
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structure so you would have several cows
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on a conveyer conveyor belt or sitting
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eating from their trough and there would
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be a large blade that would be brought
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forward spinning on a cylinder and this
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blade would go under their necks and
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jerk upward and kill them and then they
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would be taken off loaded and brought
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around on a circle and they would make
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sure that they were broken down that
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they were skinned they'd open it up and
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take out the organs and all these other
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things
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things went automated now why is this
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important because by slaughtering the
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meat in this way without uttering the
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bismillah Allahu Akbar by taking a small
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metal bolt and driving it through the
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temple of the animal or electrocuting it
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this would make the meet may tie which
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is carrion dead mean why is that
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important
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well Imam Mendoza rahim allah who nine
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hundred years ago when behad had 70
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hospitals he had his own observatory he
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was a doctor he said one of the wisdoms
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in the prohibition of meat found dead is
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the fact that when meat is found dead or
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it is electrocuted or dies a violent
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death the blood congeals in portions of
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the body and when you attempt to drain
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the blood accurately the blood does not
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all drain out and it leaves blood spots
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so when you cook the meat those blood
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spots for me
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why is that such a big deal just a
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little bit of blood between friends
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here's why it's a big deal when an
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animal dies of a sudden or a human being
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I'll speak of a human being and then
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we'll translate this over to animals
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when a human being suffers a sudden
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violent blow to his head or to his body
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and trauma he releases endorphins to
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deal with the impending death and what's
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going to happen to him and the trauma
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those endorphins those steroids that the
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body naturally releases help him cope
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with the onset of death or a near-fatal
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injury if he dies from those injuries
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that steroid those endorphins have
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circulated through the whole body all of
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that adrenaline and it's now in the body
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when this happens to your meat that
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you're consuming you then break down
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that meat you take it home and cook it
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and the adrenaline the congealed blood
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the endorphins are in that meet you then
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consume that meat and that meat adds to
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your flesh and that meat nourishes your
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brain in your formative years so you
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have an entire society that has been
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raised off of meta or off of Moon
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Hanukkah or off of meat that has been
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choked or found dead and
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your civilization has been raised off of
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that type of meat and you know when you
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have indoor fwend orphans in a drill and
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what happens your blood rate goes up you
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become nervous you go into a
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fight-or-flight mode and all of your
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senses are operating at their highest
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point I lived on the west coast of the
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United States Washington Oregon
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California Wyoming Montana Colorado and
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the difference between when we left
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communist North Africa at the fall of
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the government of Fuad or far whoop and
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coming in to Central and South America
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learning Spanish then coming to the
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United States the difference that we
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noticed upon arriving there was dramatic
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a people that are eating meat that died
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of electrocution or meat that died of
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itself or was choked or beaten to death
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high levels of adrenaline you have a
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crime rate 900 gang murders a year
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that's not all murders just gang murders
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what were those kids eating in their
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lunch
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what were those kids being served at
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their school menu you have people that
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are carrying all three forms of diabetes
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all three forms born and raised out
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there they have all three forms of
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diabetes you have ten year old children
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having strokes you have ten year old
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children having favorite convulsions for
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no reason they're not they don't suffer
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from it in their family they have no
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history of it all of this has an impact
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on what you consume further to this the
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meat that you consume affects your
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process of thinking and it also affects
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the health of your body so when you look
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at the societies that have made mass
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slaughter their business it is impacted
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upon them in ways that are unimaginable
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in the 60s it was no longer good enough
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to just industrialize meat production
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now what you had to do is you had to do
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what was called maximizing your cattle
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you have sick cattle they die the sick
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cattle are grinded up mixed with the hay
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and that is created into what is called
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pulp us pulp asses then fed to your
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healthy cattle so you have cattle that
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are normally vegetarian they only eat
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grain now they're eating pulp us or
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pulpit which are they're grinded up sons
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or daughters that have been fed to them
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and they even eat this we then slaughter
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those animals and then we consume them
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and eat them
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so those animals through no fault of
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their own have eaten Mayta
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or they eat and something that's died of
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itself or choked then we consume those
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animals so we are indirectly affected by
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the corruption that happens to these
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animals how else have they maximized by
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maximizing they've decided that there
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can be no runoff from the animal so
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rather than breaking down the bones and
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having them made into whatever
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beneficial products they could be made
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into when I worked in a slaughterhouse
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they would slaughter the animal and all
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of the offal of the animal its bowels
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its insides all these other things they
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would fall onto the floor you would
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sweep up the offal with the sawdust and
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you would run that through what was
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called a pulverizer
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the pulverizer would bring as the meat
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was going through the pulverizer it
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would come through long pockmarked thin
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sheets and then those thin sheets it
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would be rolled into a ball and then it
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would be giving it would be given a
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coating which was called iqf instant
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quick freeze that coating is corn syrup
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water
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and white sugar and that would be used
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as a preservative then when it's in a
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solid chunk you would run a metal
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container through it so it could be kept
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on a spool and you would wrap it in
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plastic wrap
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hence kebab meat so when they bring it
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into the store and I'm not saying it's
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Haram but I'm talking about Playa but
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I'm talking about what's healthiest so
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when it's put in and I obviously I don't
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want to have any fights with restaurant
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owners or anything I'm just quoting this
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information I don't want to have a
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problem with anyone because I know the
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faces are looking and eyebrows are
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raised I don't want a problem with
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anyone I'm saying this because it's
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significant you have to make your own
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choices I'm not telling you all this
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Haram I'm saying you have to make your
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own choices the meat is then put on the
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spool and as it's spinning it begins
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sweating what is that
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smushy gook that's coming off of it that
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is the IQF the instant quick freeze or
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the fat that's coming off of it that
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helps to preserve it and it's going into
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the pan and it has to be collected and
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people are waiting and they're rubbing
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their hands for the piece that's to be
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streamed off for them and then put on to
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the pan for them to eat why do you
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suppose they don't just give it to you
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straight away they have they say it has
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to warm they have to leave it because
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they're not allowed to serve you unless
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some of them do it anyway but they're
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not allowed to serve you the IQF because
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that is used as a preservative and so
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it's dark on the outside as they shave
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it it starts to lighten up on the
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outside why because that darkening on
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the outside the meat has aged it's aged
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like a cheese and so that preservative
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is to keep the rest of it from looking
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like that further to this they had to
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maximize in grocery stores when you come
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and you look at the meat whether it's
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hamburger meat or things like this the
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meat will be this brilliant red color
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and it's and it stays out for its shelf
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time once it reaches its shelf-life what
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happens well you and I both know that
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meat is not reddish orange that is food
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coloring
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so what happens at its expiry day they
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wheel it in the back take the wrapping
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off of it
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they then read ayat with the innate Oh
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food coloring mix it and put it back
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inside of the container mixing it with
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fresh meat that's come in and then they
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rewrap it with a new due date and they
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put it out there this is what happens
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big companies that have invested in them
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like DuPont major food companies have
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invested into the fast food business so
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when we consume fast food it's just that
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it's fast food I use the word food
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advisedly but it's fast it was prepared
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quickly and you get what you pay for now
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why am I why have I mentioned meat so
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much because meat a law has not
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commanded that you shall eat meat Farida
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on equal footing on income elohim you
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must eat meat Allah has not said that
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but he said if you do eat meat this is
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how it must be prepared now I understand
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that when people go out that they eat
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but you must understand what is in what
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you're consuming as DuPont and other
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organizations got involved with the fast
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food business
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the food was commandeered by them they
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have their own farms where they grow
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food with seeds that they themselves
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have prepared a lot of these companies
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McDonald's Burger King they don't work
21:53
with the normal farmers here's why
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normal farmers have what are called
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virgin seeds they grow their crops and
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they grow their produce and their
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livestock with the own seeds that
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they've had on their property from the
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the crops that have grown on their
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property but in the 70s people from the
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Department of Agriculture came down to
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these farms in the United States and
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said we would like to give you surplus
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seeds to help
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with your growing and they would say we
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don't want these seeds we don't need
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them we're fine well maybe you don't
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understand we said that we'd like to
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give you these seeds and the farmers
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feeling under duress and also some of
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them being paid large amounts of money
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would take the seeds plant them and
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those seeds when they grew would kill
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all of their produce and the leftover
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seeds that had been grown by the
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Department of Agriculture in their labs
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would be the dominant produce they would
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pay and they do pay farmers every month
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to pour out any extra milk that they
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have that's natural coming from their
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cows they pay them to allow normally
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growing grain to die in their storerooms
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so that way it's not put out on the
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shelf or given to people free so when
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these organizations took the meat that
23:19
they had took the produce that they had
23:21
from their own farms their own produce
23:23
and grew it they then put it into the
23:29
restaurants we're driving through the
23:31
drive-through and we order something and
23:34
say well stuff it'll oh I'm not gonna
23:35
order anything Haram I'll just have a
23:37
fillet of fish and some fries do you
23:40
know where your fillet a fish comes from
23:43
do you know what a turbot fish looks
23:45
like do you know how the turbot fish is
23:47
even processed it is a fish the turbot
23:50
that's flat that has his eyes on top of
23:51
it that's surrounded it swims in the
23:54
water but it has its own trail of slime
23:56
around it to protect its gills in its
23:58
outer form and you have to cut through
23:59
that slime to get to the meat and only
24:01
5% of it is actually meat and then you
24:04
have to process that meat and the
24:07
processing application for that meat is
24:09
called instant quick freeze where you
24:11
have to soak it in the same mixture of
24:13
hot water corn syrup white sugar white
24:16
sugar which up until the end of World
24:19
War two was not fit for human
24:21
consumption
24:22
white sugar before the end of the second
24:24
European Civil War was used for what
24:26
stripping rust off of iron and metal
24:30
white sugar has no
24:34
nutritional value at all that's the
24:38
whole point of white sugar all of the
24:40
nutrients have been taken out of it so
24:42
it can solely be used as an astringent
24:44
we use it to rub rust off of cars
24:48
wherever you're struggling your brake
24:50
pads are sticking white sugar little
24:52
warm water your straight it will get rid
24:55
of whatever you don't want around
24:56
because of its acidic qualities it's in
24:58
most of the most of the carbonated soft
25:00
drinks now further from the meat we have
25:05
water how is our water been damaged
25:09
because our waters been affected on a
25:12
mass scale I want to briefly explain if
25:14
I've got time the water cycle water
25:18
basically rains down from our atmosphere
25:20
the water comes down and droplets into
25:25
water tables and reservoirs we drink
25:27
that we sweat it off or we excrete it in
25:31
the form of urine or feces and then it
25:33
goes back up goes into the water cycle
25:35
and goes down that's a basic rough idea
25:37
of it but the water cycle by some has
25:43
been poisoned here is how if the water
25:49
cycle gets poisoned 75% of the human
25:54
body is water if the water cycle becomes
25:58
poisoned this will have a direct impact
26:02
on you in the United States as I said
26:08
they began offloading phosphorus and
26:11
aluminium into the water supply and
26:12
admixture in it two major disasters
26:16
happen in the United States the Hanford
26:19
nuclear disaster and the Cheyenne
26:21
dumping grounds this was the way of them
26:24
getting rid of nuclear energy a nuclear
26:27
waste at the same time I believe it was
26:30
resolution estate resolution I think it
26:33
was one nine nine zero which outlawed it
26:37
outlawed industrial complexes from
26:40
feeding their pigs nuclear waste in the
26:42
dark and then slaughtering them and
26:44
selling them for human consumption which
26:45
means that prior to that law
26:48
sizzlin had more in it than just bacon
26:50
as this carried on the water supply of
26:57
phosphorus and the admixture of
27:00
aluminium was traced by doctors in the
27:04
u.s. to have a direct link between that
27:07
and brain tumors to hasten the onset or
27:13
to sometimes trigger multiple sclerosis
27:18
now think about this look at the
27:21
European Civil War the end of it look at
27:25
the Muslim slaves of a law that came
27:26
here came to the United States from our
27:28
Muslim countries where people live to be
27:31
hundreds of years old my
27:33
great-grandmother lived to be a hundred
27:34
and six and had all of her hair she died
27:35
with all of her teeth and now you have
27:39
people in their 30s and their 40s
27:42
they've got multiple sclerosis they're
27:44
rickety and they're only 40-something
27:46
years old and they're 90 something year
27:48
old grandparents outrunning them how are
27:50
you 40 years old and your
27:51
great-grandfather was outrunning you
27:55
this is the reality now when this went
28:00
into the water supply the next thing
28:02
that happened is that is the actual soil
28:05
of the earth became poison where the
28:07
produce was grown if the water that goes
28:10
into the water tables is poisoned that
28:12
goes into the soil you grow the seeds in
28:17
the soil and then your food is
28:19
completely poisoned so now the food that
28:22
you take into your body is poison the
28:25
water that you drink is poison the
28:27
produce and the ground where you're
28:28
getting it from us poisoned and then
28:30
they do a process called aggressive
28:33
farming 2% of the world's land is arable
28:40
2% that means it's capable of growing
28:42
food and wheat on it that 2% of arable
28:48
land is capable of feeding the world 15
28:50
times over well what's the problem
28:54
well mismanagement now when you get soil
28:58
that is normally a human soul
29:01
it has worms in it it's almost blackish
29:04
brown color it's very dark it's quite
29:06
wet you can hold it and it doesn't
29:07
properly run through your hands because
29:09
it's so moist when the nitrogen levels
29:13
in the soil go up you start to see the
29:15
appearance of clay the appearance of a
29:20
thick soil that is very light and Sandy
29:24
in color in the ground cracks that's
29:26
called scorched earth do you know that
29:29
when these fellows came to Egypt and
29:31
other countries and said we want to help
29:33
you with your problem we don't have any
29:35
starvation problem sure you do and they
29:37
laid down some seeds and killed off half
29:39
of the rice half of the rice yield in
29:41
Egypt then they told them we're going to
29:45
help you by giving you food and showing
29:48
you how to plant food so the NGOs go and
29:52
show the people in Bangladesh how to
29:53
plant their food did you know in 1999
29:56
they sunk over 30,000 wells in
29:58
Bangladesh and the way that they sank
30:00
the wells and how they sank them did you
30:02
know that they poisoned over 179 million
30:05
people in Bangladesh with arsenic

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poisoning they poisoned them with
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arsenic that will destroy three
30:14
generations of people in Bangladesh
30:17
they're finished in terms of three-d--
30:19
they're finished barring something
30:21
barring the mortgages are from Allah
30:22
they're finished every single well that
30:25
those NGOs sank has poisoned them with
30:27
arsenic the more merciful among them
30:31
gave them mercury instead so at least
30:33
they get a hallucination before they die
30:35
or have liver failure it's poisoned them
30:39
so these people that came saying we're
30:42
bringing wisdom were helping you look at
30:44
the countries where they came and they
30:46
said we want to help you we want to
30:48
assist you now all of a sudden they've
30:50
burnt down all their forests they've got
30:51
no human soul left
30:53
they've got scorched earth and what are
30:54
they doing well they have to take out
30:56
loans any wonder why this is a hard a
30:59
desert is getting bigger and bigger
31:00
think about the places Africa has the
31:02
most loans out of all of them and they
31:04
have the most issues with their soil
31:05
they had such lush beautiful soil it's
31:09
gone now the Indonesians are headed the
31:12
same way they're headed the same way
31:14
a thousand acres a thousand acres every
31:17
four hours there Bernie
31:18
oh don't worry soon they'll be finished
31:21
as well 13,500 Islands 200 million
31:23
people they'll be finished as well
31:24
they'll have their hand out my mama in
31:26
their hand please feed us will pray for
31:31
food
31:31
we'll work for food this is the
31:35
condition of what's going on our waters
31:38
I will mention quickly when the poison
31:46
was put into these offloaded waters you
31:49
must remember that rivers and lakes feed
31:52
off into oceans now as long as oceans
31:56
are able to the waves in the ocean are
31:58
able to move the tidal cycle with the
32:00
moon all these things occur they're able
32:02
to offload the poisons and get rid of
32:05
them so the Pacific Ocean and the
32:08
Atlantic Ocean are able to get rid of it
32:09
if the amounts are not greater than the
32:13
process of purification in the water
32:15
cycle guess what the amounts are greater
32:19
then the process of the water cycle to
32:22
alleviate them so what happens you have
32:25
a country like the United States that is
32:28
2 percent of the world's population
32:30
consuming 60% of the world's natural
32:32
resources and producing 75 percent of
32:34
its garbage in 1989 they had a barge
32:38
filled with garbage that their landfill
32:41
couldn't hold they were trying to give
32:42
it to different countries the English
32:45
said don't even bother bringing it here
32:47
but South America said we can't take it
32:50
we've got our own garbage the Canadian
32:52
said are you guys crazy Mexico said
32:55
you're already bringing your drugs back
32:57
from here you want to send us your
32:59
garbage as well you've stolen Texas
33:02
Nevada Colorado all these other places
33:05
you stole half of the Aztec empire you
33:07
want us to take your garbage as well
33:10
this is what's happened now why is all
33:14
this important for us it's important for
33:17
us for the following reasons if you go
33:22
down to slaughter your needs you have a
33:25
good intention and I don't doubt that
33:28
the problem with use when you're
33:31
slaughtering your meat is some of the
33:35
cattle that you are slaughtering are the
33:37
same ones that have been infected so we
33:42
have to start looking at alternatives I
33:46
want to before closing leave you with
33:50
three things for your reading list I
33:53
don't often endorse books in English
33:55
because most of it is trash but this is
33:59
the only time one of the only times I
34:01
will do so one book is called what are
34:07
you really eating how to become label
34:10
savvy by Amanda or so the UK's leading
34:13
nutritionist she's a scholar and all
34:15
these issues that have to do with
34:16
consumption and what's going in the food
34:18
that we eat I say it's an important book
34:22
because often if you're in the in
34:24
they're in the store and you're reading
34:27
what is hydrogenated soybean oil
34:29
what is mail beetle extract what is
34:35
reconstituted Arabic gum I'm an Arab and
34:38
I don't know what reconstitute out a big
34:39
dumb is I've never even seen Arabic dumb
34:41
unless I've chewed it and given it to
34:43
someone I've never seen Arabic gum
34:47
what is powdered octopus tale is it
34:51
octopus we're being given the names of
34:55
things I refuse to eat something I can't
34:57
pronounce what is this
35:00
harsh partially hydrogenated soybean oil
35:02
with natural flavors what is that corpse
35:04
that could be anything what is a natural
35:06
flavor that could be formaldehyde we
35:10
have to understand what's going on this
35:14
book will give you a good assistance of
35:16
it secondly there is a link between
35:20
people being poisoned and the
35:24
pharmaceutical industry when they
35:25
prescribe you with medication you come
35:29
and you say I have this infection in my
35:34
lower abdomen what's wrong I've got
35:38
swelling I've had diarrhea and I've had
35:41
all these
35:42
problems the doctor does not tell you
35:45
what have you been eating he doesn't ask
35:49
you that because if he asked you what
35:50
have you been eating well I only have a
35:53
kebab twice a week I eat meat four times
35:57
a day as is my son de I I don't eat
36:01
anything that's green and I drink
36:03
anything that's fizzy this is my diet
36:08
the doctor doesn't tell you what you
36:10
need to do because as the Prophet Salani
36:14
was of them said the source of all
36:15
illness is cold and the illness comes
36:19
about because of coldness that's why the
36:21
pus is coming out of the nose or you
36:23
have the the the mucus coming out of the
36:25
nose in the mouth that's coldness and
36:26
the scholars like a mountain move like a
36:29
mole on others say you have to offset
36:30
the coldness with heat things like
36:33
ginger honey hot water don't drink cold
36:36
drinks when you're in that condition man
36:39
has pneumonia he's having a cold Pepsi
36:41
what is wrong with you you have to
36:43
offset that with something hot but the
36:46
doctor doesn't tell you that he does
36:48
what he prescribes you with medication
36:53
having the problem the swelling in the
36:54
abdomen yes I've had headaches I've had
36:57
two strokes how old are you 22
36:59
take this Thorazine so then you start
37:02
getting the shuffling that comes with
37:04
the Thorazine the shuffling and you say
37:06
doctor everything's fine now but now I'm
37:08
shuffling as I walk okay we'll take this
37:10
thalidomide so the thalidomide gets rid
37:13
of the shuffle but now you're slurring
37:15
in your speech like a drunken man so you
37:18
say well listen I'm taking the thumb of
37:19
thalidomide I'm taking the Thorazine I'm
37:21
no longer shuffling my speech is slurred
37:24
now okay what you need to take for the
37:26
speech slurring is you need to take an
37:28
oxytocin inhibitor you never once asked
37:30
them what is oxytocin inhibitor
37:32
what is Thorazine you never asked them
37:33
what the ingredients are you just saying
37:34
okay and they get right out something on
37:36
a piece of paper you take it you go down
37:37
to the place you take it now you don't
37:40
shuffle you don't slow in your speech
37:42
but you can't sleep at night so he gives
37:45
you no dose so now you take no dose so
37:49
you're able to sleep at night but then
37:50
you can't wake up for work so what do
37:53
you have to do you have to take vibrance
37:56
so now you're taking nodoz vibrance
37:58
Thorazine oxytocin inhibitors everything
38:03
seems to be fine but your reflexes are
38:05
off you're very jumpy so now you have to
38:09
take a reflex inhibitor but because of
38:13
your reflex inhibitor now you can't
38:15
drive because your reflexes aren't fast
38:16
enough so you lose your license now you
38:21
get paid disability and you're taking
38:24
all these things and you're on
38:25
disability there are people who have
38:29
suffered from this for years got rid of
38:32
all of their medication broke down their
38:34
diet they've gotten rid of cancer
38:36
they've gotten rid of all different
38:37
types of problems they've had by
38:39
changing their diet by changing their
38:43
diet I tell you the truth your diet is
38:48
the key to your destruction some of us
38:53
that are married whether it's the mandus
38:55
cooking or the female that's cooking
38:56
some of us are culinary assassins we're
38:59
killing our family you are a culinary
39:02
assassin he comes home from work or she
39:05
comes home from work you say don't worry
39:07
I've cooked and the assassin has been at
39:09
work
39:11
and you sit down and you pronounce a
39:14
laws name over that poison you swallow
39:17
it into your belly and you roll around
39:20
and tossing and turning I can't sleep
39:22
and I don't know why are you worried
39:24
about anything no I feel fine it's
39:27
because you've just had poison you've
39:30
just had poison now
39:33
v of medicine is important Sudanese
39:36
author I think this book is one of the
39:39
most slept on books in English a lot of
39:44
the medical issues he quotes from the
39:45
full kahan the four schools he does a
39:47
brilliant job there's only a few areas
39:48
where he said he couldn't find it
39:50
because men mainly a doctor he's not a
39:52
so he tells you I couldn't find
39:54
that I don't know where it is in this
39:56
area little matter of genocide by Ward
39:58
Churchill I advise you to read this book
40:01
it's hefty the bibliography is about 500
40:04
books however however this book shows
40:09
you one of the systematic ways that a
40:11
people are destroyed simply by poisoning
40:15
their food supply the aboriginal natives
40:19
in the United States were 160 million
40:21
people when Columbus first set his
40:25
little feet on the ground there they're
40:28
now under 2 million that decrease
40:32
occurred in the first century it wasn't
40:35
just the chicken pox it doesn't just the
40:36
gonorrhea it doesn't just the bad
40:38
sanitation habits it was a number of
40:40
other things it was diet as well
40:43
now I've dropped all of this on you and
40:47
obviously it's not right that I stand
40:50
here and berate you or say this to you
40:53
and then don't give you an alternative I
40:56
need to give you an alternative okay
41:01
your alternative is in three areas one
41:07
is I advise you to try to have the
41:13
purest food that you can possibly have
41:19
shopping at some of the local shopping
41:22
centers or what have you is convenient
41:25
but sometimes what's easy and convenient
41:27
may not always be the best thing for you
41:30
I would advise you in this country
41:35
they're still beating back the tide of
41:38
genetically modified crops and farmers
41:41
here a flatly refused to accept the
41:45
seeds that the government has brought to
41:47
them they flatly refused them because
41:49
they know from counterparts in the
41:51
United States that it's designed to
41:52
destroy their crops you need to link up
41:56
with these people and start to form
41:58
loose associations there are farmers and
42:01
grave and Mansfield in areas that
42:03
they would they have no problem with you
42:07
coming and slaughtering on their
42:08
premises they have no problem going into
42:11
some type of partnership with you for
42:13
potatoes for grains and they would love
42:15
to make your acquaintance because every
42:17
year they suffer because of bigger
42:18
businesses muscling them out and they
42:22
would love for someone that has the same
42:23
love and zeal about good prepared food
42:29
to come to them they would love that and
42:33
at first it will be inconvenient because
42:36
you'll have to buy your potatoes your
42:37
produce from one area and then your
42:40
fruits and everything from one area I'm
42:41
about 70 percent there I'm almost done
42:44
with codifying everything learning too
42:48
can your own vegetables and fruit well
42:54
we can't do that I mean they know what
42:56
they're doing we have to trust them
42:57
canning is an easier process than you
43:00
think I've been I've been making my own
43:03
bread my own cookies my own I've been
43:06
canning for years now my sister all she
43:09
does is can in terms of her canned food
43:11
it isn't much easier process than you
43:13
think
43:14
and it's easier to start up than you
43:17
know and you know straightaway what's in
43:21
there and you don't have to become a
43:24
biologist and a science experiment
43:26
whenever you go shopping you have to
43:29
have a degree in Latin and Greek in
43:31
order to read the food ingredients list
43:34
save that and form loose associations
43:39
number two some of the way that we have
43:43
been living has been because of our
43:47
close proximity to those who are around
43:50
us who they are living unhealthy how can
43:55
we hope to guide these people some of
43:58
them how can we hope to guide them if we
44:02
exhibit the same illnesses as them if we
44:07
exhibit the same tribulations as them if
44:10
we fall for the same ideas and errors
44:14
that as them how can we hope that some
44:18
of them will listen to us we have to
44:21
change the way that we go about things
44:23
and that has to be changed like I said
44:26
it will be inconvenient at first but you
44:28
will fall into a rhythm the third thing
44:32
that I would advise the third thing that
44:35
I would advise is this whatever food
44:40
that does come into your house you need
44:44
to start to protect that food if you
44:51
don't drink bottled water and if you're
44:55
not sure about the purity of your water
44:57
you need to find out the pH balance of
45:00
your water the pH balance is the level
45:03
of F's acidity in your water the level
45:07
of toxins in your water if you have a
45:12
lower pH balance than seven then your
45:16
water will be healthier for you
45:19
especially if you already have plankton
45:20
in your water that's a sign you have
45:22
healthy water when the plankton and
45:24
bacteria that naturally occur in your
45:26
water are dead
45:27
that's a sign that you're on one of the
45:29
extremes of the spectrum and that water
45:31
is not really safe for drinking unless
45:33
you ionize it and you filter it I know
45:36
it's expensive but it's an investment
45:38
worth having and you'll notice the taste
45:42
I've I've given people water out of the
45:44
top and given them ionized and filtered
45:49
water and said which ones and they know
45:51
straight away it's this one this
45:53
water tastes softer it feels different
45:56
the body of this water is different and
46:00
when you have small children that are
46:02
coming up you're growing these little
46:04
shoots these little seeds don't you want
46:08
them to be better than you were don't
46:13
you want them to have a better shot many
46:15
times when you see the children they
46:17
have the blotching and the skin is very
46:19
blotchy and other things all of a sudden
46:21
you cut out a certain few things
46:22
and subhanAllah what happened here
46:26
because what they were putting in their
46:29
body was hurting them this is my final
46:31
point now I appreciate your patience
46:37
with me I have tried to lighten my
46:42
accent it's gotten worse in the past few
46:44
years I don't know why it maybe because
46:48
I'm surrounded with a different accent I
46:49
feel I must strengthen it I don't know
46:52
but I appreciate your being patient with
46:54
me I want - I wanted to give you these
46:57
solutions because one of the things that
46:59
the brothers that spoke to me stressed
47:02
was that we want solutions so I didn't
47:05
want to just come to you and say your
47:07
food is poisoned now die
47:11
that would not have assisted you at all
47:14
you would have said the man's clearly
47:16
insane after all he is 37 he has all
47:19
types of mental issues we don't trust
47:21
him may Allah guide him I wanted to come
47:24
to you and say there are some issues
47:27
with your food but there is a solution
47:30
to it you do have options
47:33
now these options at first won't be as
47:36
convenient but over time you will feel
47:40
the difference you will be able to
47:43
demonstrably see the difference children
47:46
that were normally bad all children have
47:48
a point where they're bad but children
47:50
that demonstrably had behavioral issues
47:52
that change their diet and their
47:55
nutrition their behavior changed their
47:58
behavior changed and the Prophet Salla
48:01
honey was a Lim he told us that it's
48:03
been made halal for us to play ye bat
48:05
and sometimes you tell people brother
48:08
that's not the best thing for you
48:09
okay it's not Haram is it it's but is it
48:11
for you is it wholesome just because
48:15
something isn't Haram doesn't always
48:17
mean it's wholesome crickets not Haram
48:20
but is it wholesome beetles aren't
48:24
necessarily Haram neither are locusts
48:26
but are they wholesome will you get your
48:28
recommended five a day by eating them No
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so then we want to eat was wholesome to
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have the best that we can and even if we
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can't we give those under us those that
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are under our charge the best that we
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have that we can because all of your
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consumption all of your food goes into
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your body if you wonder why you struggle
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why can't I do hit father why can't I do
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this why can't I do that I used to be so
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energetic I used to have this I used to
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have that look at what you're putting in
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the machine that may be it and those
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that prepare the food that are in charge
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of preparing the food in their homes you
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have to look your pans should not be
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aluminium you should flip them over and
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always look to make sure it's stainless
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steel or some other product do not cook
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using aluminium pans that is a death
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sentence on your family as a death
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sentence
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Tech's yourselves and cook using proper
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equipment whether it's crockery or
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whether it's stainless steel make sure
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your silver they're still selling lead
49:32
silver where would lead in it
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don't buy lead silver where you have to
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protect yourself because you're putting
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this in your body you're consuming it so
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those who are in charge of preparing the
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food have a responsibility those that
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make the money to bring in the food have
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the responsibility to bring in only the
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best food and from there is where
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success will come upon the Holly Heather
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a stuffed with a lolly willecombe a
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stuffing allaha in the law of African
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rock I mean a ceremony
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you

talib abdALLAH
03/09/2018, 20h06
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mouhsina
04/09/2018, 00h42
Amin yaa Rabb. Very kind of you dear brother. God bless you a lot.
Jazakallah khair