America is Getting Fat as Fuck, And It’s a Disgrace

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
September 14, 2018

This is a disaster. Muh waifus!

We have an epidemic of fat fucks in this country, and it needs to be turned around.

Who’s going to compensate me for the psychological damage I suffer, being forced to look at these disgusting people all day, every day?

Sure, smart people could figure out a high-tech method to solve the problem, such as creating augmented reality displays that “fix” reality.

Now, this is niggertech I can get behind.

However, there’s a simpler and cheaper solution.

Put all the food on the other side of really narrow doors.

Narrow doors: stylish and healthy.

When these people can fit through the door (without being greased up), they can eat again.

We need to go with the narrow doors, guys.

This is literally how much of an crisis we’re dealing with.


Americans continue to fatten up, with obesity rates topping 35 percent in seven states, a new report reveals.


That’s more than one in three people.

That’s up from five states two years ago. Moreover, no state had a notable improvement in its obesity rate over the previous year, according to the report from Trust for America’s Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, both nonprofit health policy organizations.

“Obesity is a complex and often intractable problem, and America’s obesity epidemic continues to have serious health and cost consequences for individuals, their families and our nation,” said John Auerbach, president of Trust for America’s Health.

There’s nothing “complex” and “intractable” about being a fatass.

People are fat because they eat too much, they eat too often, and the stuff they eat is unhealthy.

This is not a “complex” and “intractable” problem.

“The good news is that there is growing evidence that certain prevention programs can reverse these trends. But we won’t see meaningful declines in state and national obesity rates until they are implemented throughout the nation and receive sustained support,” Auerbach said in a news release from his organization.

Unless they involve really narrow doors, these prevention programs are probably mostly useless.

Everyone knows consuming soda and cake in massive quantities is going to make you a fatass. This is not mysterious, esoteric knowledge.

“Educating” people is not going to do anything.

You need to shame them.

And I can’t think of anything more shameful than being stuck in a door because you’re too fat, and then having to be pried out with crowbars and motor oil.

Now imagine a door half that width. Tell me that wouldn’t work.

States with obesity rates of 35 percent or more now include Iowa and Oklahoma. The others are Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and West Virginia.

The findings are based on 2017 data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. They represent a troubling trend, given that in 2012 no state had an obesity rate of 35 percent or more.

Now in every state, at least 1 in 5 adults is obese, according to the “State of Obesity” report.

Obesity’s economic toll is monumental, the authors said. An estimated $149 billion is spent annually in directly related health spending. Lowered economic productivity costs another $66 billion each year.

John Wiesman, the state of Washington’s secretary of health, said, “Obesity is a major challenge in nearly every state, and our role as public health leaders is to ensure we’re doing everything we can to address it.”

Obesity’s impact is most serious in communities where access to healthy foods and regular physical activity is limited. These are typically lower income and rural areas, including many communities of color, the report noted.

Of course, Black people are the main culprit here.

Their punishment must be more severe.

Doors in government housing and KFCs are going to be so narrow, niggas gonna need to look like this to get through:

I’m talking no so much a door, as a slit.

We’ll cut their power, and provide them with bicycle generators instead.

It works. I saw them in Fallout 4.

Some of you may believe my suggestions are too soft.

Some of you may suggest a law limiting clothing sizes to human levels, forcing all fat people wear garbage bags or window curtains.

Or a law limiting the size of automobile seats, so that the obese will need to be towed behind vehicles.

I understand that. But we have to be realistic and aim for things we could achieve in the present political environment.

So, narrow doors.