We have very strong evidence that Jews have advocated this for a very long time and finally achieved enough power to accomplish this goal. From Theodore Kaufman’s “Germany Must Perish!” to Earnest Hooton, the Jewish anthropologist at Harvard who proposed in 1943 to bring millions of German POW’s to foreign countries to intermarry with non-Germans and bring millions of non-German women into Germany to procreate with German men to “breed the aggressiveness” out of Germans, to the Jews that worked for over 40 years to pass the 1965 Hart-Cellar Act allowing masses of non-Europeans to become citizens of the US, to the Jew Barbara Specter in Sweden saying Jews will lead Europe into becoming multi-cultural, to Cultural Marxism, to all the Jews that advocate this all the time, whether they work for the New York Times or are a professor like Noel Ignatiev at Harvard who says whites must be done away with. It’s the Jews and many elites go along with it, like they go along with censoring the Alt-Right because Pay-Pal, Amazon and others that aren’t Jewish owned won’t have their businesses threatened if they censor the Alt-Right, but they might if they don’t. The same reason Henry Ford stopped publishing his newspaper that was highly critical of Jews before WW II and subsequently wrote a positive letter about Jews.
When you have ceased making progress and are getting frustrated, drop sets may be just the thing to get you to the next level. What drop sets allow you to do is to train more intensely which will mean you will need more rest between sets and you will need to keep your workout short (under an hour). When I train, I do at least one third of the sets in my workout with drops sets. Drop sets take a lot of both physical and emotional energy. Whether we are lifting heavy or light, drop sets are the same. After lifting to failure on a set, we immediately jump up, decrease the weight by about 40%, and do as many reps as we can – this takes incredible focus. Don’t just choose an arbitrary number of reps you will do, do as many as you possibly can while keeping perfect form . If you didn’t do at least 6 reps with good form then next time try dropping by 50% so you can. Now take a well deserved break.
On 5 August 2011, Shavershian suffered a heart attack in a sauna , while on holiday in Pattaya .  He was taken to a hospital, where doctors were unable to revive him.    His family and friends placed news of his death on Facebook. His death was confirmed on 9 August 2011 by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).  An autopsy revealed a previously undiagnosed congenital heart defect .  His family stated he had shown several minor symptoms in the few months leading up to August, including high blood pressure and occasional shortness of breath. He had a family history of heart problems.