Cancer was the most frequent cause of death in European countries

Original taken from lider99 in Cancer was the most frequent cause of death in European countries

It is considered that cardiovascular diseases kill more people worldwide than any other disease. However, a new study conducted in 12 European countries showed that the most common cause of death was cancer. At least this is true for the surveyed countries. The results published in the European Heart Journal.



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Masons. Consequences of division of Europe.

Original taken from olegmatvey in the Freemasons. Consequences of division of Europe.

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So, in the previous article we stopped on the fact that after centuries of experiments and failures, in the first half of the XVI century, world Jewry had won an impressive victory – which was reflected in the fact that Europe, as a whole, ceased to exist. Medieval “European Union” collapsed.
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Masons. Consequences of division of Europe.

Original taken from olegmatvey in the Freemasons. Consequences of division of Europe.

Battle_of_Mohacs_1526.png


So, in the previous article we stopped on the fact that after centuries of experiments and failures, in the first half of the XVI century, world Jewry had won an impressive victory – which was reflected in the fact that Europe, as a whole, ceased to exist. Medieval “European Union” collapsed.
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The welfare state of the twentieth century no longer exists. Hello, feudalism 2.0


The youngest monarch in Europe – Dutch king Willem-Alexander said that people should take responsibility for their own future, social and financial security.
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Strange sounds returned: the sound of “heavenly trumpets” heard in the Netherlands, the UK and Morocco

Original taken from terrao in Strange sounds returned: the sound of “heavenly trumpets” heard in the Netherlands, the UK and Morocco

The figures are staggering

I wanted to add to my post We are lucky, we Africans-nearby!


With Europe (where Independent according to the Ukrainian germanica almost fell) the difference is actually stunning.
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