A $300,000 taxpayer-funded payment from the government was expected by several Muslim organizations in Sweden, so they wrapped up their annual spending. However, their applications didn’t go as smooth as expected. Just as they handed their application, the got some news they didn’t see coming at all.
Young Muslims of Sweden and Sweden Democratic Youth (SDU) have been milking taxpayers for over $25 million annually for years now. Earlier this year, they were approved for nearly $300,000 by the Swedish Agency for Youth and Civil Society (MUCF). Unfortunately for them, when they came to collect their money for 2017, they were told that they had been DENIED all funding because “their activities are not compatible with democracy.” Read more
Iedereen ziet toch gelijk dat het een kaarsje met hulsttakjes zijn, maar die viespeuken van de politie.
Jaaa.. de oudste zoon van Noach. Sem wenst me hele fijne Kerstdagen en veel geluk met mijn leven, en dat ik heel gelukkig blijf. Met allerlei leuke tekeningetjes, zoals een ster en ’n raam, en ’n auto, en ’n kerstboom, en cadeautjes, kaarsjes, hartje en twee sleutels. Oh, en ook nog een tafel met een kaarsje en een fruitmand of een pot met cactussen (geen idee). Maar het moet hier uit de buurt zijn, want de naam die op mijn bus staat, staat erop, en dus niet mijn echte naam.
Bedankt Sem, jij ook heel fijne kerstdagen toegewenst en ik wens ook jou een heel fijn lang leven toe!!
Candida albicans, the most common type of yeast that causes infection in humans, is actually a type of fungus. Although it normally exists in small quantities in the mouth and intestines, an uncontrolled candida overgrowth can cause a wide range of symptoms, including mood swings, “leaky gut,” brain fog and depression. (keep reading for some great antifungal remedies)
In many cases, candida overgrowth can be addressed with lifestyle changes, such as avoiding certain foods – including processed sugar, refined flour and alcohol – embarking on a cleansing diet, and taking probiotics to re-establish a healthy balance of bacteria in the intestinal tract.
Antifungal remedies designed to protect your life
The nine natural antifungals (below) can help reinforce the effects of proper diet and probiotics, reduce candida cells, and help restore your health. For maximum benefit, you can try two or three of them together. However, in order to avoid uncomfortable “die-off” reactions that occur as the antifungals take effect, it is best to proceed slowly at first.
One word of caution: If you suspect you have a serious fungal condition, you should consult a knowledgeable naturopathic practitioner – and always get the “go-ahead” before trying these natural antifungals.
Caprylic acid: Coconut oil to the rescue
Caprylic acid is probably the “gold standard” of natural candida treatment. This beneficial fatty acid has been clinically proven to kill candida albicans – while helping to restore natural stomach acidity. For maximum benefit, you can obtain your caprylic acid in the form of coconut oil, which also contains the natural antifungals lauric acid and capric acid.
Many natural healers recommend working your way up to 5 tablespoons a day, starting with a smaller amount to avoid die-off reactions. If coconut oil is not practical for you, caprylic acid is commercially available in gel capsules, to be taken twice a day with meals.
Grapefruit seed extract: Beat candida with bioflavonoids
Grapefruit seed is a potent antifungal agent that is also packed with bioflavonoids and antioxidants. It not only attacks candida by breaking down yeast cell walls, but also enhances the immune system and helps to repair damaged liver cells.
In one study, grapefruit seed extract outperformed 30 different antibiotics and 18 fungicides – quite an impressive feat. However, as candida albicans has shown an ability to adapt to this extract, it should be combined with other natural antifungals.
GSE is sold in tablet and liquid form. Hint: if taking the liquid concentrate, dilute it well, using about 10 drops of GSE to at least 8 ounces of water. This powerful antifungal can interact with prescription medicines, so check with your doctor before using it.
Oil of cloves: Enlist the power of eugenol
Oil of cloves is another effective antiseptic and antifungal that quickly kills candida cells while simultaneously boosting the immune system. Its active ingredient, a compound called eugenol, gives cloves their spicy flavor – and their antifungal powers.
Make a tea from clove oil by adding 15 to 30 drops of the oil to warm water; you can drink the tea up to three times daily. If you find the taste objectionable, you can flavor it with a few drops of cinnamon essential oil.