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Silly-isms

by Robert Cohen 

Jesus has nothing to do with Christianity. Pus has nothing to do with cow's milk. Gills have nothing to do with fish. Lawyers have nothing to do with eating up client's assets. McDonalds has nothing to do with killing cows. Loma Linda University has nothing to do with vegetarianism. 

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What Nourishes Me Also Destroys Me

Men Need Milk Too June 13, 2003 

Good Housekeeping (GH) reports: 

"The Dairy Council of California says recent studies have linked the consumption of dairy foods by men with decreased risk for...colon cancer. In 2003, 72,800 new cases of colon and rectal cancers will be diagnosed in men. The American Cancer Society estimates that over 28,000 men will die this year from these cancers." 

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Ten Rules for Eating

by Robert Cohen, author of:   MILK A-Z
(201-967-7001)
Executive Director (notmilkman@notmilk.com)
Dairy Education Board
http://www.notmilk.com 

There was a time in my life when I only ate one meal per
day. That meal began at about 8 AM and lasted for 14 hours
until 10 PM. I called it "break-fast," because that single

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Silly-isms

by Robert Cohen 

Jesus has nothing to do with Christianity. Pus has nothing to do with cow's milk. Gills have nothing to do with fish. Lawyers have nothing to do with eating up client's assets. McDonalds has nothing to do with killing cows. Loma Linda University has nothing to do with vegetarianism. 

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Marketing Milk and Disease

Each year, just as white strawberry blossoms transform into

tiny green berries, and as spring days grow longer and warmer,

the milk industry declares June to be "National Dairy Month."

 

This year, one of America's most respected physicians, Dr.

John McDougall, honors the milk marketers with his own

very special tribute. I enjoy receiving Dr. McDougall's

Internet newsletter. You can too.

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The Cow Who Caused Custer's Last Stand

Because of a cow, Sitting Bull defeated Custer at the battle of Little Big Horn. 

This is the true story of the cow who started a war. In the days of the Oregon Trail, one homesteader's cow became separated from her wagon train and wandered into a Sioux camp. Losing a cow was a catastrophic event for a family of 19th century settlers. 

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O, Canada

Many people believe that Nostradamus named future events, although there is some debate as to the accuracy of his predictions. There is no controversy regarding the testimony of an 1870 health visionary who described the Mad Cow Disease and Sars virus that currently terrorize the nation of Canada. Ellen Gould White wrote: 

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Like Dominoes, Dairy Farms Topple

 There are 250,000 cows being milked in Washington  state, and

Doelman's Dairy was once home to 5,000 of them.

 Today, Doelman Dairy Farm is in Chapter 11, having filed for protection because they have accrued $17 million in debt. I spoke with the matriarch of the Doelman family on Friday (June 6, 2003). She is mother to 23 children, three of her own, and twenty adopted-from all over the world. Each family farm that closes is a personal tragedy.

 I love the dairy farmers and their values. It is their product that I hate with extreme prejudice.

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Targeting Blacks With Extreme Prejudice

What is it like to be black in America? The white man assumes that there is equality between the races. The black man knows that there is not. The white woman believes that the black woman has attained equal rights. The black woman is sicker, fatter, and poorer than her white sister. 

We whites and blacks now share the same opportunities, and may live on the same streets and work the same jobs. Our brains work the same, and our blood, muscles, and internal organs function in like manners. There is one very powerful difference between the races. 

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