Isis pharmaceuticals steroids

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My thoughts exactly…a society is measured by how it treats its ‘lowest’ class citizens,. criminals/addicts/homeless…and WOMEN….for this reason only is it socially ‘acceptable’ for this terrorist group to be named Isis. The history and force that the name Isis embodies is sacred to human history and the evolution of values for all mankind. If the acronym for the terrorists had somehow spelled,’real man’ ,I guarantee it would not have caught on in the media and been promoted as Isis has been. It is an unfortunate coincidence that the initials of Iraq, Syria, spell ‘IS ‘ but see the last county is actually Lybia and the proper name was ISIL….so the fact that the powers that be have promoted the name ISIS related to terrorism so much is totally a biased and prejudicial gouge at women. The government and media need to care more about the label now associated with the name ISIS. As far as I can tell allowing them to get media coverage by the name ISIS is an act of terrorism itself. Every time terrorists are referred to by that name it degrades society a little more.

Isis pharmaceuticals steroids

isis pharmaceuticals steroids


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