"Dear Fat People" video goes viral as uncensored comedian becomes the Donald Trump of YouTube with epic rant
by Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
(NaturalNews) An off-the-cuff comedian who clearly holds nothing back when it comes to saying it like it is has shaken up the social media world after posting a controversial video to YouTube entitled "Dear Fat People" that shatters all the political correctness surrounding society's new acceptance and promotion of obesity as just another normal body type.
As a warning, the video posted below is extremely graphic and might not be suitable for younger viewers (or adult viewers who would rather not hear a steady stream of expletive-laced ranting). In many ways, however, this video cuts to the heart of a growing epidemic throughout America: the embracing of obesity as a normal, acceptable way of life.
Nicole Arbour likely won't make many friends in the plus-sized department at her local department store, but she's shaking things up on the obesity front. Her latest video, which has already surpassed 3.5 million views since being uploaded on September 3, specifically targets a newfound plus-size "hashtag" campaign that seeks to normalize being overweight.
The gist of it is that overweight and obese individuals, mostly women, are tired of being "fat shamed," as they like to put it, so they're launching campaigns aimed at convincing people to look at fat people the same way they look at people who have a healthy weight.
Arbour sees this is as detrimental to society as well as the fat people themselves. In an exceptionally crass and crude way, Arbour rants in her video about how obese folks need to step up, stop eating so much, get in the gym, and treat their bodies well so they don't develop diabetes or heart disease.
Her video, which should be approached with caution due to its extremely callous nature, is available for those who wish to view it here:
Obesity isn't healthy or normal, America!
Natural News in no way endorses the crude mockery of individuals who, in this case, are largely poisoned by genetically-modified organisms (GMOs), artificial additives, chemicals and other poisons peddled on the masses as "food." At the same time, it is important to point out that being obese isn't normal and shouldn't be praised as if it were a virtue.
Sure, Arbour could have taken a much more professional and dignified tone with her rant and pointed out why the modern food supply has spurred an epidemic of obesity. She also could have instructed obese people as to what they can do to get their bodies in shape in order to avoid developing a chronic health condition.
It's not the type of thing we would normally promote, but it does break the ice on a taboo subject that more people need to address -- the fact that obesity is a serious health condition that needs to be acknowledge and treated, not embraced and promoted.
The sweeping tide of transgender promotion occupies a similar vein of taboo that likewise deserves attention. Mentally damaged transgender folks like Bruce "Caitlyn" Jenner aren't victims of a broken gender classification standard as we're all being told; they're victims of some other traumatic event that caused them to question their gender identity in the first place.
If American society and civilization at large is to persist with any sort of normalcy, these and other similar issues need to be addressed by the remaining segments of sane society. Obesity, transgenderism, junk food addiction, pharmaceutical pill-popping -- these hallmarks of New America are in no way healthy or normal and should not be treated as such.
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