British TV presenter recommended that the fat Patriotic to die

We have all heard about tolerance and humanity, which almost forcibly implanted in Europe today. But we should not forget about the public interest, says a leading "Bi-bi-si" Michael Buerk. Famous British journalist believes that fat people are literally wasting public money and they would rather die to somehow to serve their homeland.

British TV presenter recommended that the fat Patriotic to die

Speaking on television, Michael Buerk (Michael Buerk) were of the opinion that it is time to stop funding health programs for overweight people. He believes that obesity is not a disease that must be treated.

British TV presenter recommended that the fat Patriotic to die

The way out of the situation broadcaster sees death full citizens that should go on the "selfless sacrifice" and try to escape into another world as soon as possible. Only in this way, according to Michael, the UK will be able to avoid overpopulation, which she faces in the near term.

British TV presenter recommended that the fat Patriotic to die

He added that every person has the right of choice and that have to strive for longevity. Fat people are weak, not sick, says the journalist, and to spend public money on them is unwise. For the UK as overpopulation and overweight citizens has become a pressing problem.

British TV presenter recommended that the fat Patriotic to die

Publication of Public Health England reports that every year obesity in the UK is spent 6.1 billion pounds. According to information provided by the National health service of England, in the country and every third adult and every fifth child under the age of 11 years are overweight.

Unfortunately, the tendency to obesity in many people combined with a criminal lust for life, and they do not consider the option Buerke the best solution to your problem.

Keywords: United Kingdom | Weight | Medicine | Obesity | Costs

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