Friday, August 31, 2018

Trump mocked Sarah Sanders for having ‘a nervous breakdown’ as he insulted McCain after his death: report

President Donald Trump has handled every aspect of the passing of Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) terribly.
From canning a proposed laudatory statement by his aides to raising the White House flag to full-staff inappropriately early, his every action speaks to the years of bad blood he engendered between himself and McCain and his refusal to see past it.
On Thursday, Trump doubled down on his behavior, insisting that he had done nothing wrong. And according to Bloomberg, when the topic turned to McCain’s failed 2008 presidential run against Barack Obama, he proceeded to throw more shade in such a stunning spectacle that even the White House press secretary stared at him in astonishment:
Asked if McCain would have been a better president, Trump declined to say, even as his press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, stared at him.
“I don’t want to comment on it,” he said. “I have a very strong opinion, all right.”
Sanders, he joked, was “having a nervous breakdown” over his response. “Maybe I’ll give you that answer some day later.”
Trump evidently feels so much spite that he will not even give a straight answer on whether he believes McCain, a member of his own party, would have made a better president than Obama, a man who Trump famously embarked on a racist crusade to disprove the U.S. citizenship of.
It is little wonder that Sanders apparently could not contain her shock.

John F. Kennedy Called Adolf Hitler “Stuff of Legends”, Diary Reveals

A diary kept by President John F Kennedy as a young man travelling in Europe, revealing his fascination with Adolf Hitler, is up for auction.
Kennedy, then 28, predicted "Hitler will emerge from the hatred that surrounds him now as one of the most significant figures who ever lived". "He had in him the stuff of which legends are made," he continued. Kennedy wrote the entry in the summer of 1945 after touring the German dictator's Bavarian mountain retreat. It is thought by historians to be the only diary ever kept by the 35th US president.
The original copy will be auctioned for the first time on 26 April in Boston by longtime owner Deirdre Henderson, who worked as a research assistant for Kennedy while he was a US senator with White House ambitions. He wrote that Hitler "had boundless ambition for his country which rendered him a menace to the peace of the world, but he had a mystery about him in the way he lived and in the manner of his death that will live and grow after him". The 61-page diary was kept by Kennedy around four months after Hitler committed suicide. At the time, the young American was touring Europe as a newspaper reporter after finishing his military service aboard a ship in the Pacific Ocean.
Nearly two decades later Kennedy would address crowds in West Berlin as US president. He gave Ms Henderson the diary in order to inform her of his views on foreign policy and national security, she said. In a description of the auction, she wrote: "When JFK said that Hitler 'had in him the stuff of which legends are made', he was speaking to the mystery surrounding him, not the evil he demonstrated to the world."
"Nowhere in this diary, or in any of his writings, is there any indication of sympathy for Nazi crimes or cause," she continued. The diary also contains JFK's thoughts about the British election and Winston Churchill, who Ms Henderson called his "idol".

South Africa: Blacks Kill One White Farmer Every Five Days in 2018

Black criminal gangs have killed one white South African farmer every five days so far this year, according to new figures released by the AgriSA agricultural union in Pretoria.
In a statement issued by Ian Cameron, AfriForum’s Head of Safety, it was revealed that there had been 109 farm attacks in less than 100 days of 2018. During these attacks, 15 farm murders had taken place.
“Our rural areas are trapped in a crime war,” Cameron said. “Although the South African government denies that a violence crisis is staring rural areas in the face, the numbers prove that excessive violence plague these areas.”
Cameron added that torturing with irons, blow-torches, melted plastic and boiling water often continues for hours during these attacks
He also said that there had been a significant increase in these types of attacks in the Northern and Western Cape.
“Government cannot deny the facts – our people are being mowed down,” Cameron concluded.
Meanwhile, a straw poll conducted by the Afrikaans online news service Nuus24—which serves the Afrikaans-speaking community in South Africa—revealed that over 85 percent of whites would leave the country immediately if the opportunity presented itself.
The poll, created in the wake of last week’s announcement by Australian Home Affairs minister Peter Dutton that that country was considering giving white South African famers access to refugee visas, offered its participants three reactions to the Australian offer from which to choose:
1. That’s wonderful news! Where can I hand in my name to emigrate to Australia?
2. I am uncomfortable with this. Should Australia rather not negotiate with our government before making such an announcement?
I do not understand at all why anyone would want to emigrate to Australia. We live in the land of milk and honey.
3. As of writing (March 20), 85 percent had chosen option one, 4 percent had chosen option 2, and 10 percent had chosen option 3.
Some of the comments to the poll—here translated from Afrikaans, provide an insight into what is quite commonly felt amongst whites in South Africa:
JJ Lovelock: “We are sick and tired of this country with its corruption, hijackings, rapes, and murders. I would love to go to Australia and take my two farmer children with me.”
C L: “South Africa is a failed country which is steadily collapsing. The ANC regime’s naked racism, the EFF and other extremist groups offer nothing good for the future of whites, who cannot get work, whose property will soon be seized without compensation, and institutions s such as [South African Airways] SAA, telephone services provider] Telkom, [electricity services provider] Eskom, [railway services provider] Spoornet, and most municipalities are all bankrupt. Crime is flourishing, education is going backwards, the [South African Police] SAPD is corrupt, and personal security is non-existent—what is still here that would encourage me to stay?”

Stalin's “Kiev Butcher” Executed More Than 10,000 People in 18 Months During Soviet Purges

A vile Soviet state killer with the blood of more than 10,000 people on his hands has been unmasked by a Russian researcher.
Trained locksmith Ivan Nagorny - known as the Kiev Butcher - personally shot or ordered the executions in an 18-month period during Stalin's notorious purges.
Among those he himself slaughtered in a single day were 37 professors and tutors from Ukrainian universities who were sentenced to death as 'enemies of the people' on September 22 1936. The 'trusted' Stalinist executioner was honoured two months later for his industrial-scale mass killing with a Red Star order.This cited his 'special services in establishing the socialist way of life'.
His personal toll of death in less than two years was higher than the total executed by the United States in the entire 20th century, it is claimed.The butcher stripped his helpless victims of political repression before they were shot - and told his team tasked with clearing up their corpses to dress in their clothes.This was so their own outfits were not 'soiled with the blood' of the executed.
More than 80 years after Nagorny's bloodthirsty killings, his file has emerged from Soviet secret police archives held in Ukraine.But researchers say the details of the grisly work of a host of other savage executioners - now held in Russian archives - are being blocked by the Russian FSB.This includes up to 17 other barbaric state killers deployed by Stalin.
Researcher Konstantin Boguslavsky, from St Petersburg, located the details of the cruel secret police senior lieutenant Nagorny who was born in 1902.He was described as an 'elite butcher' and 'the main liquidator in Kiev', according to Svoboda news outlet.
 October Palace, above, was used by the forerunner of the KGB and FSB, the People’s Commissariat for Internal Affairs, Narodnyy Komissariat Vnutrennikh Del (NKVD), as an executive prison
'I have looked through about 100 episodes of shooting in Kiev and its region,' said Boguslavsky.
'Each contained dozens and even hundreds of people – and at least three quarters of them were signed by Nagorny.
Knowing that more than 20,000 people were shot in Kiev, I can deduce that at least 10,000 were shot either by Nagorny in person or at least he took part in shooting them.'Boguslavsky added: 'These figures are outrageous. A smaller number of people were executed in the USA during the whole 20th century than shot by locksmith Nagorny within 18 months.'
Nagorny is on record as admitting: 'There were cases when I personally gave clothes …. to employees … for the time they were dealing with the executed.
'I allowed them to wear clothes of other people so (their own) were not soiled with blood.'
But some of his underlings secretly sold clothes of the dead at pawn shops. This came to light when a woman found clothes of her husband on sale. She knew he had been arrested but was unaware he had been executed.
Nagorny was not punished by his secret police chiefs Nikolai Yezhov and Lavrenti Beria. The researcher believes Nagorny's toll may be even higher, with a total of 20,000 shot by the NKVD secret police between 1936-38 in Kiev and the surrounding region.
'It is hard to count all people shot by Nagorny,' he said.
His personal testimonial said he was a 'good manager' who knew how to 'educate people'. He performed his 'special work' in the 'internal jail' of the secret police in Kiev.
Nagorny, the son of peasants, died before his 40th birthday in disputed circumstances in 1941. One theory is that he shot himself. His macabre file - number 3852 - was found in the archives of the SBU secret service. The FSB has declined to supply similar details of other Soviet killers whose files are held in secret vaults in Moscow. The agency claimed modern-day relatives of these executions could be harmed.
Release of such files would also disrupt 'the unbiased evaluation of the historic period 1937-1953'.

Trade talks with Canada collapse after off-the-record Trump insults leaked: report

Trade talks with Canada collapsed on Friday after insulting off-the-record comments President Donald Trump made to a Bloomberg reporter were leaked, reports the Toronto Star.
According to the report, Trump wanted some of his comments during a Bloomberg interview to be “off the record,”  and admitted that he is not making any compromises at all in the talks with Canada — but won’t say so in public because “it’s going to be so insulting they’re not going to be able to make a deal.”
“Here’s the problem. If I say no — the answer’s no. If I say no, then you’re going to put that, and it’s going to be so insulting they’re not going to be able to make a deal…I can’t kill these people,” he said about the Canadian officials.
Trump added, that he was “scaring the Canadians into submission by repeatedly threatening to impose tariffs.”
“Off the record, Canada’s working their ass off. And every time we have a problem with a point, I just put up a picture of a Chevrolet Impala,” Trump said, according to the source.
The report notes that the Impala is produced at the General Motors plant in Oshawa, Ontario.

Trump's Sketchy Inaugural Committee Received an Illegal Foreign Donation: Court Documents

When news broke Friday that an associate of President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort had been indicted for acting as an undisclosed foreign agent, it wasn't initially clear how closely tied this might be to the broader Russia investigation.
But court documents released later in the day revealed that the Samuel Patten's guilty plea brings the case directly to the president's doorstep.
In addition to admitting that he violated the Foreign Agent Registration Act, Patten admitted that he worked with foreigners to illegally rout money to Trump's inauguration committee. To avoid rules banning the foreign donations, Patten redirected the funds through a straw donor. That money reportedly came from a Ukrainian businessman.
Patten also said he lied to the Senate Intelligence Committee about his foreign dealings.
The plea does not assert Trump himself had any direct knowledge of the illegal donations, but the revelation raises many more questions for investigators.
Trump's inaugural committee has long been a source of mystery. Even a year after the inauguration, it remained obscure where all the donated money had ended up. 
Patten has agreed to cooperate with investigators as part of a plea deal. The deal includes cooperating with special counsel Robert Mueller's team.

White House Gives Canada More Time to Rework Nafta

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration eased off its threat to exclude Canada from the North American Free Trade Agreement, extending talks that were set to end on Friday while warning that the Canadians must be “willing” to accept the United States’ terms. After four days of marathon negotiations between Canadian and American officials failed to produce an agreement, the White House told Congress that it would enter into a revised trade deal with Mexico and that it was up to Canada to decide whether to remain in the trilateral Nafta pact. “Today the president notified the Congress of his intent to sign a trade agreement with Mexico — and Canada, if it is willing — 90 days from now,” Robert E. Lighthizer, the United States trade representative, said in a statement. The White House agreement to keep talking has less to do with a change of heart than with political realities: Congress, which has ultimate authority over trade agreements, has warned the White House that any revised deal must include both Canada and Mexico. Canada is the major export destination for 36 American states, and many of the president’s political supporters insisted that he first “do no harm” to the deal. Without Canada, Republican lawmakers would be likely to scuttle any new Nafta pact, dealing Mr. Trump an embarrassing loss.

Yet the political necessity of keeping Canada in Nafta did not stop Mr. Trump from poking Canada in the eye, accusing it on Friday of taking “advantage” of the United States, continuing to threaten it with auto tariffs and appearing to enjoy it when disparaging comments he had made about Canada in private became public in the middle of tense negotiations. Mr. Trump rattled the trade talks at the 11th hour when The Toronto Star on Friday published off-the-record comments Mr. Trump had given during an interview with Bloomberg News. Mr. Trump, according to the report, said that he had no plans to make concessions to Canada and that any agreement would be “totally on our terms.” You have 3 free articles remaining. Subscribe to The Times The president responded in a tweet on Friday, saying that his agreement to speak off the record had been “blatantly violated,” before adding, “At least Canada knows where I stand!” Whether Canada and the United States can reach a deal remains to be seen. Several big sticking points remain, and the president’s comments have only inflamed Canadians, who do not want Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to give in to America’s demands. “This idea that Canada is somehow going to get bullied into a bad deal, I can suggest to you that that’s not going to happen,” Jerry Dias, the leader of the Canadian union Unifor, said on Friday. “I think if he was serious about a trade deal, he wouldn’t make those types of comments, because all they do is inflame the situation, and frankly it’s foolish.”

Canadian negotiators suggested on Friday that they were simply ignoring Mr. Trump’s comments, viewing them as bluster and focusing instead on the trade officials in the negotiations. “My negotiating counterparty is Ambassador Lighthizer, and as I said he has brought good faith and good will to the table,” Chrystia Freeland, Canada’s foreign minister, said. “It is going to take flexibility on all sides to get to a deal in the end.” The decision to move forward capped off a rocky negotiating session on Friday, as the United States and Canada struggled to reach agreement on several contentious issues, including Canada’s barriers on dairy imports, its rules governing movies, books and other media, and a mechanism for settling trade disputes between the two countries, people briefed on the talks said. Canada has insisted on protections for its publishing and broadcasting industries over concerns that these businesses would be overwhelmed by the much larger United States market. It has also resisted Mr. Trump’s repeated calls for Canada to overhaul its dairy industry. Unlike the United States, which directly subsidizes farmers, Canada uses a so-called supply management system to regulate the volume of imports and keep prices stable for its farmers. Canada has given foreign countries more access to its dairy market in past trade agreements, and agricultural experts said negotiators were prepared to make similar offers in the current Nafta negotiations. However, Canada’s offers have failed to pass muster with the administration, which wants greater access to its market than Canada appears willing to provide. At a rally in Indiana on Thursday night, Mr. Trump expressed his frustration with Canada and its dairy protections. The president accused Canada of not treating the United States fairly and said that if negotiations failed, he would punish Canada with car tariffs. “If it doesn’t happen, then we’ll put tariffs on the cars coming in from Canada, and that’ll be even better,” Mr. Trump said, complaining about the unfairness of Canadian dairy tariffs. “But I think it’s going to happen, and we’ve really developed a very good relationship.”

As he met with a group of supporters in Charlotte, N.C., on Friday, Mr. Trump again groused about the dairy barriers. “They’ve taken advantage of our country for many years,” Mr. Trump said. “They have tremendous trade barriers, and they have tremendous tariffs. Dairy products are almost 300 percent tariffs. Nobody talks about that.” On Friday morning, the United States trade representative put out a statement saying that Canada had yet to make any concessions on dairy products. “The negotiations between the United States and Canada are ongoing,” a spokeswoman for the United States trade representative said. “There have been no concessions by Canada on agriculture.” Ms. Freeland said repeatedly this week that Canada and the United States had agreed not to discuss the details of the talks in public while negotiations were taking place. The countries are also sparring over a provision of Nafta known as Chapter 19, which allows foreign countries to appeal the duties that the United States levies on them for providing subsidies and dumping products into the American market. Administration officials confirmed that they had eliminated the provision in their agreement with Mexico, but the Canadians have insisted that it is necessary to protect industries, like lumber, from biased rulings in the United States. And Mr. Trump’s steel and aluminum tariffs remain an issue for both Canada and Mexico, which want those levies lifted before agreeing to a final Nafta deal.

Administration officials said on Friday that Canada was welcome to stay in Nafta if it was willing to make concessions. “We continue to be in a process to work with Canada in terms of whether they want to be a part of this historical agreement,” a senior administration official said in a briefing call on Friday afternoon. Mr. Lighthizer called the talks with Canada “constructive” and said that “our officials are continuing to work toward agreement.” The next deadline will come in 30 days, when American trade negotiators are required to submit the text of their trade agreement to Congress. By then, negotiators must know for sure whether Canada is in or out of the pact. Giving notice to Congress by Friday will allow the deal to be finalized before Mexico’s new administration takes over in December. Successfully renegotiating Nafta would be a significant accomplishment for Mr. Trump, who has criticized the 25-year-old pact since its inception and promised to remake it on the campaign trail. Yet the economic effects of the agreement that was reached with Mexico this week remain unclear. Trade experts who have analyzed the preliminary details have suggested that the proposals would do little to accomplish the bold claims Mr. Trump has made about how overhauling Nafta would help the economy, including greatly expanding American manufacturing jobs or cutting the United States trade deficit with Mexico. New regulations requiring carmakers to use more domestic content and pay higher wages will most likely raise prices for consumers and could create new opportunities for automobile manufacturers in Europe and Asia to have a competitive advantage in the United States.

Nafta, which was negotiated by President George Bush and signed into law by President Bill Clinton, helped lock together the economies of North America and prompted businesses to reorganize their supply chains around the continent, making industries like automakers more globally competitive. United States trade with Canada and Mexico more than tripled in the quarter century since the deal was passed, and now many products that are imported into the United States from Mexico contain many American materials and components. Even so, economists generally believe that the deal provided just a small boost to the American economy. And while the deal created distinct winners and losers, with some American towns suffering deeply as their factories moved to Mexico, many economists say it actually had little to no effect on overall United States employment, as the gains and losses from the deal balanced out. Speaking at a university in Oshawa, Ontario, on Friday morning, Mr. Trudeau said that “we have also been very clear: We will only sign a deal if it is a good deal for Canada.”

The Sickening Promotion of ‘Drag Queen’ Children

Renegade Editor’s Note: This guy is not always my cup of tea, but this topic is very important. If this does not infuriate you, you are dead inside.
The state claims to care about the children. Their actions prove that they do not. Truth is the new hate speech.
Seriously, this child abuse needs to end NOW! (and I am an “evil Nazi” for saying so)

Thoughts on Eating Disorders and White Genocide

Girls with anorexia make me think of flowers that are wilting and dying because they’re planted in denatured soil. The whole eating disorder phenomenon, in my view, has been part of girls’ and women’s theatre in the war on white people. The millions of ghosted souls locked in food addictions can be seen as victims of an orchestrated transition over these last decades, from what was a high-trust, relatively flourishing European society, to a fully judaic (denatured) one.
It’s generally conceded that eating disorders in what have been traditionally white countries are a (((media))) generated event, starting with the ‘80s diet craze, skeletal models and photoshopping. However, are we also looking at yet another multi-faceted semitic mind virus?
Like with every social crisis, jewish narrative fixers have been johnny-on-the-spot, to pin blame on mean mothers, the patriarchy, anything but the malevolently orchestrated death spiral of European culture, and its creeping replacement with a judaic one.
Even though it’s joked about in movies and TV shows as that chick disease, eating disorders are the mental illness with the highest mortality rate, with one death every hour in America. With anorexia, one in five dies of suicide, which gives away that it’s got something to do with a loss of will to live in this increasingly toxic, degenerate and undigestible culture.
White women are the primary victims, of what I’ve come to suspect has been an intentionally set off diet culture mega-trend delivered with an MK Ultra-style double-bind. It involves the simultaneous rise of an exploitative diet and beauty market, toxic and addictive food, and the psychic driving of social engineering toward the aggressive deconstruction of any lingering remnants of Aryan identity.
Here are five signs we’re looking at what Zio-communist author Kim Chernin calls interestingly “obsessive entrapment,” and one that has so many women, as she puts it, “genociding themselves.”
Consume, Consume, Consume, but Stay Thin!
Tab ad, 1969
We are targeted with subliminal advertisements, combined with scientifically-engineered sensory experiences to lure us into consuming, being consumers and even being consumed ourselves. This is paired with a wearying solar year of media thinspiration from new year’s resolutions to preparing for bikini season.
This seems to me to be one of those crazy-making double binds, which is a payload of conflicting messages that makes it hard to respond and sets the trap. MK Ultra-linked mind control figure Gregory Bateson coined the term and it’s interesting to look at the conditions of the Trap, so we can see the way out.
From Bateson’s Wiki page, we learn that the victim of a double bind is bombarded with contradictory demands or emotional messages that are received in different ways (images, gestures, actions). There seems no way that metacommunication is possible — in other words, you can’t see outside the options presented to you. There’s no escape from the messages, as with TVs everywhere these days. The other factor is that it’s implied that the victim will lose something by not going along with it, like not be popular or loved.
We can break free of this double-bind by being able to step outside of this intentionally schizophrenic scene. Many eating disorder specialists talk about the importance of being culturally aware, but they seem clueless about the true scale of social engineering.
The Patriarchy Did This to You
CIA-funded Ms Magazine wants fast food workers to make more shekels, 2013.
White women’s eternal frenemy have not let this engineered crisis go to waste, and the top authors on this topic are chosenites, with titles like Susie Orbach’s Fat is a Feminist Issue. In the most ethnocentric self-help book I’ve ever read, The Hungry Self, jewess Kim Chernin melds Aryan and semitic timelines, when she repeatedly writes of women being denigrated for thousands and thousands of years.
Fellow (((white))) woman Chernin picks up where Betty Friedan left off, projecting all that weaponized discontent that women supposedly have with their biological instincts, motherhood and home life onto all women. Sorry, I can’t relate to most of these stories – my mother was not a zaftig immigrant from a Russian shtetl and organizer for the Communist Party who I couldn’t overthrow in the ladies version of the Freudian Oedipal drama.
It’s freeing to realize that semitic christianity has been a dark age divergence from the true Aryan path reaching back millennia. And that our history is filled with stories of female heroines and wise women living in sync with nature and with men.
Veleda, 1st century AD Celtic-Germanic Priestess , 1852 painting by Alexandre Cabanel
It’s (Not!) Annudah Shoah
An Australian eating disorder specialist and former anorectic writes of her mum calling her a Belsen horror. Another author feels she has to pay tribute to Viktor Frankl’s Auschwitz memoir, as a way of making sense of suffering.
Likely not intentional, these specialists are steeped in the trauma-based programming of the Holohoax, and this has added to the guilt a lot of anorectics already feel. Chernin is quick to jewsplain that of course, the lives of these privileged women and the suffering of the chosenites in the camps cannot be compared.
To remind the reader of the jews’ unique suffering, she writes in The Hungry Self, “Although anorectic women refuse to acknowledge the extent of the physical depletion they have taken upon themselves, it is surely of interest that they have afflicted themselves with the most tragic and dramatic imagery for human devastation our culture knows.”
This narrative has somehow been slipped subtly and not-so-subtly into a lot of literature to do with all kinds of suffering. It’s as if to say, you don’t know real suffering goyim, unless you’ve been shoahed like we have.
Degeneracy and Sexualization of the Young
The documentary Emma Wants to Live tells the story of a young Dutch girl (see image at top) who filmed her own slow death from anorexia at 18. I noted that Emma’s favorite show was Gossip Girl, a kind of Sex and the City for teens, where they do drugs and have one-nighters in high school. I can’t bring myself to watch a show like this, but I see that one character suffered from bulimia, shown in an episode with the cutesy title, Blair Waldorf Must Pie.
A University of Washington student ‘kiharank,’ closer to Emma’s age writes of Gossip Girl, “The female protagonists are constantly put in the same situation over and over again. Unable to handle their well of emotions, they rely on food as a crutch and resort to catfights and public humiliation when all else fails.”
And to think, I used to watch half-pint’s antics on Little House on the Prairie after school.
My take is that the intensity of youth has nowhere to go, with no real rites of passage except for what’s shown on TV. Food becomes a drug, a way to self-soothe, a way to deal with not knowing how to act, or who to be, in a degenerate world.
Death Culture and Soul Flight
Finally, there’s death as a fashion statement, with not only corpse-like models, but also models posing in ways to appear like corpses. There’s a romanticization of death, with vampire movies and dystopian visions with a cultural message of ‘no future.’
Cover Danish Magazine, 2015
Vogue Italia, “Water Oil”
The other way this spells death is when girls lose their curves and their cycles, and with it, their ability to continue life by giving birth. This fits with the depopulation agenda, and with the establishment’s all-in strategy to implement white genocide.
Coming Back to Life
We can see how an eating disorder or obsessive entrapment keeps someone in the state of envy (related with the lower chakras to the knees) and brings many literally to their knees. As a teenager, I was told by a school counselor that I would never recover from my eating disorder, but I did it slowly by finding healthy pathways in this sick and dying culture.
Getting back to the flower analogy, we need soul nourishment, which is often the main hunger, instead of the empty calories of trash culture. And stepping out of the vampire’s lair and into the sun again.
These are some of my impressions of a complex and enigmatic spectrum of disorders, and I’m interested to hear your thoughts.

How Eating Disorders Became a White Women Problem, by (((Allison Yarrow))), Huffington Post
Kim Chernin, The Hungry Self
Michelle Sparks, Illuminating Anorexia
Anita Johnston, Eating in the Light of the Moon

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