Any subculture that practices the 4 laws of Americanizing, their cherished children will rule their world. With the world population in the most unstable areas exploding, it is time to remove all laws that undermine the powerhouse nuclear family and their nurtured children. The higher percentage of tribalistic hypersexualized fatherlessness in a culture or subculture, the higher the percentage of violence addiction and poverty. Violence creates poverty, poverty does NOT create violence. Removing all laws that create catastrophic fatherlessness and resulting unnurtured, frequently abandoned youth at a critical time in their lives, are the keys to turning the world into a peaceful planet of high functioning non violent residents. The jail cells will be half empty and the police bored. More than 80% of the world’s terrorist attacks take place in unstable tribalistic, polygamous, non family planning countries where the population of fatherlessness is skyrocketing . Any culture (or subculture) that practices any form of tribalistic polygyny and/or bans family planning, is inherently unhappy, violent, unstable, low functioning and has higher genetic anomalies
In 1964, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. predicted that America could elect a black president in 40 years or less. Implicit in King’s prediction is that such an achievement would show that racism was no longer a serious problem in our country.
Deaths from suicides, drug overdoses and alcohol have reached an all-time high in the United States, but some states have been hit far harder than others, according to a report released Wednesday by the Commonwealth Fund.
The report examined data in all 50 states and Washington, D.C., taking an in-depth look at 47 factors that have an impact on health outcomes, including insurance coverage, access to doctors, obesity, smoking, even tooth loss, and ultimately assigning each state a score. The data are from 2017.
Although the rates of the so-called deaths of despair are up nationally, the report’s investigators were particularly struck by regional differences in the rates.
“When we look at what’s going on in mid-Atlantic states — West Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania — those are the states that have the highest rates of drug overdose deaths in the country,” David Radley, a senior scientist for the Commonwealth Fund, said. Rates in those states are at least double the national average of fatal drug overdose rates.
West Virginia had the highest drug overdose death rates, fueled mostly by the opioid epidemic. What’s more, those rates rose by 450 percent from 2005 to 2017, according to the report