Fatmerican Whores Getting Pregnant on Magic Weight Loss Drug, Babies Likely to be Mutants

I said from the beginning: nothing is ever free. This applies to everything in the moral realm. It is an infinite law of nature. There is always something for something.

“Magic” is just another word for “free.” It’s the idea that you can create some positive effect without work or other consequences.

We have many tales of this in the Bible and elsewhere. All actions have consequences, and you never get anything good without working for it.

In Stith Thompson’s “Motif-Index of Folk-Literature,” there are two separate “deal with the devil” motifs. Folklore often involves the sacrifice of a first born child as part of a deal with a devil.

Magic pharmaceutical drugs are similar to the stories of the magic potions and spells of witches, which are variations of deals with the devil.

I have seen people do testosterone/steroids. That is a magic type of drug, which at first glance seems to have no consequences. But take a longer glance, and you find that these people’s bodies and lives are ruined by these drugs. Many of them end up gay. Then of course we have the feelgood drugs that were developed in the 18th and 19th centuries, notably cocaine and morphine. People were taking this stuff like “wow, this makes you feel great and has no consequences!” It turned out there were consequences.

Even cigarettes and alcohol (both of which I endorse) offer an exchange for their benefits.

I would even take this much further, and go into the fact that animals have to die so that humans can live (veganism results in the death of the human, or at least a total loss of basic health).

From the time I heard of the magic weight loss drug Ozempic/Wegovy, it was obvious to me that it was going to cause serious problems.

The fact that it is causing deformed children is not surprising at all, and is actually to be expected based on mythology/folklore.

The Guardian:

Claims that “skinny jabs” are fuelling an unexpected baby boom have led experts to warn women to pair their use with effective contraception.

Medications such as Wegovy and Ozempic, both of which contain semaglutide, have become hugely popular, not least because they can help people lose more than 10% of their body weight.

The drugs work by mimicking a hormone in the body called GLP-1 that triggers an increase in the production of insulin, slows the rate at which food is digested in the stomach, and reduces appetite.

But as their use has boomed, so too have reports of women falling pregnant while using such medications – known as GLP-1 receptor agonists.

The Facebook group “I got pregnant on Ozempic” has more than 750 members, while threads on the social network site Reddit are replete with anecdotes of such experiences.

While studies confirming a link are lacking, experts say an association is plausible.

Women with obesity often have irregular or no periods because they don’t ovulate. Once they lose some weight, ovulation becomes more regular and this is how their fertility improves,” said Dr Karin Hammarberg of Monash University in Australia.

It’s a bit more than plausible. Obviously, obese women have serious hormonal problems, and losing the weight is going to change those problems. The drug acts as a way to manipulate hormones, as obesity is primarily linked to hormones. There are hormone disruptors in processed food, and women are often obese as a result of the hormone manipulation of birth control pills.

Research is under way to explore whether semaglutide could help boost ovulation in women with obesity and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) – a condition which can cause irregular periods, weight gain, and infertility among other symptoms.

However, concerns have been raised over the safety of pregnant women using GLP-1 receptor agonists.

A spokesperson for Novo Nordisk, the company that makes Ozempic and Wegovy, said: “Pregnancy or intention to become pregnant were exclusion criteria in our trials with semaglutide in both obesity and type 2 diabetes. Therefore, there are limited clinical trial data with semaglutide use in pregnant women.”


The pharmaceutical industry is so out of control. How could there not be tests on the effect on pregnant women?

If you had a society run by Satan, warlocks and witches would run wild, no?

While evidence in humans is lacking, animal studies have suggested semaglutide can cause foetal abnormalities.

According to Novo Nordisk, when semaglutide was given to pregnant rats, the unborn offspring showed both structural abnormalities and alterations to growth.

You could end up with a whole new form of autism, or something different.

Remember all those people who were born with missing limbs and extra fingers and so on? The flipper people? We’ve all seen them. There are tens of thousands of them.


Thalidomide was introduced in 1953 as a tranquilizer, and was later marketed by the German pharmaceutical company Chemie Grünenthal under the trade name Contergan as a medication for anxiety, trouble sleeping, tension, and morning sickness. It was introduced as a sedative and medication for morning sickness without having been tested on pregnant women. While initially deemed to be safe in pregnancy, concerns regarding birth defects were noted in 1961, and the medication was removed from the market in Europe that year.

The shit was on the market and used by pregnant women for 8 years. And it wasn’t that long ago. And it was during a time when the pharma industry was a lot more regulated.

Just like Ozempic/Wegovy, Contergan wasn’t tested on pregnant women, and doctors just told women it was fine.

This is definitely going to be some kind of complete disaster.

If you want to lose a lot of weight very quickly, just do carnivore diet. There are consequences, of course. You will feel tired, probably. You will have cravings for carbs. But the weight will fall off pretty quickly.

I don’t recommend anyone stay on carnivore indefinitely. While low-carb is fine and advisable long-term (we’d have to define “low,” which I won’t do here), zero carb is not advisable and you cannot gather all of your nutrients from meat alone. Actually, you might be able to gather all your nutrients from animals alone, but you have to eat the organs as well, not just the meat.

(There was a whole big scandal where Jordan Peterson and his whore daughter were promoting carnivore and citing some group of Eskimos who only ate animals, but not citing the fact that they ate all the organs.)

Exercise is also a good way to lose weight, but it’s not going to do very much in comparison to diet. I would say diet is at least 80% of weight related health issues. If you are fat, do carnivore until you get to a reasonable size, then switch to a normal whole foods diet, which skips grains and other processed carbs.

People have told me before that it’s “anti-white” to be against eating bread, given that bread has been such a big part of European history. I guess if you believe that, and it’s important to you, just keep eating bread? I’m not your dad. What I can tell you is that no one ever felt worse when they stopped eating bread.

I should do another big health article. Those were very popular. I don’t have much new stuff to add, but usually my rewrites are better than the originals.