THE WHITE MANS BURDEN…

Panda eyes

PANDA EYE’S……….

PEDOPHILIA NOT KILLING?

Panda eyes appear when children are sodomized and trauma smashing capillaries creates bulge around the eyes.

Periorbital hematoma, also known as eye trauma, black eye, pesto eye, raccoon or panda sign, is a hematoma that surrounds the eye with multifactorial aetiology. It’s commonly caused by trauma to the face or head. The name comes from the bruise color that takes the area around the eye due to the blood accumulation that takes place under the skin, both for inflammation and for breaking the capillaries. If both eyes are interested and there has been head trauma, it may be due to the cranial base bone breaking.

Among the many comments are those who deny that panda eyes are not connected with sodomization on children, in this respect I would like to invite you to reflect on the position they take to sodomize them and the fact that they have to hold them on their back or head and consequently very strong pressures on fragile children cause bone breaks at the cranial base, thus causing panda eyes

WHO DENIES THIS OR FOCUSS ON PANDA EYES TRAVELING THE FACT OF CHILDREN MURDER FOR SODOMY THEN IT’S ONE OF THEM OR BELONGS TO THE LGTB LOBBBY, IT’S CLEAR NOW?????!!!!

These are the physical consequences on the body of these innocent people, but psychological and soul are equally serious and irreversible, assuming that these children survive such an aberrant mess.

VIOLENCE ON A CHILD IS A PSYCHIC MURDER

Dr. Cats:

Pedophile is a serious mental patient, despite what American psychiatry says in DSM-V, the diagnostic and statistic manual of mental disorders, which includes pedophilia among sexual behavior disorders in the parafilian group. There are rightly those who called sexual abuse of a child a ′′ psychic murder “: they have nothing sexual as it’s an action, a drive if we want to use a psychiatric terminology that goes against identity, psychic and evolutionary potential of the Baby boy. The child represents that human identity, vitality that the pedophile has lost to personal events. In the behavior of the pedophile, if homicidal, compulsive and repetitive drive, represents the psychopathological aspect, rational control gives him a criminal quality of psychopathies. In fact, the latter allows to a certain point to avoid criminal consequences as well as the use of sophisticated strategies for choosing and approaching victims.

What are the consequences of the violence suffered?

Betrayed by an important reference figure, the minor can face a dissociative state, a serious depression, intense guilt that undermine the sense of their identity. In case the victims are subjected to prepubes, what we go to strike is the physical and psychic transformative event of adolescence and the possibility of the male-female relationship.

Anyone who shocks even one of these little ones who believe in me, it would be better for him if a donkey grinder was hung from his neck, thrown into the abyss of the sea.
Matthew 18,6

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Isaiah Israel is a graduate of the University of Hawaii Pacific with a bachelors in Psychology and a deep love for history in which he believes that when you know the past you can understand the present and predict the future course of man and mankind and is the author of the best selling ebook The White Man’s Burden Of Lies and Deceit.View Archive →



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What You Should Know About Having a Black Eye

Medically reviewed by: 
J. Keith Fisher, MD — 

Article Credits: 
JC Jones — Updated on August 8, 2019.

Causes of black eye

A black eye is the appearance of bruising around the eyes. It’s usually the result of trauma to the head or face, which causes bleeding beneath the skin. When the small blood vessels, or capillaries, beneath the skin break, blood leaks into the surrounding tissue. This is what causes the discoloration or bruising.
Most black eyes aren’t serious, but they can sometimes be an indicator of a medical emergency such as a skull fracture. Black eye is also referred to as eye bruises and bruising around the eyes.
Black eyes can appear after some surgical procedures, such as nose surgery or a facelift. A black eye may occur when blood, originating in the forehead or nose, settles by gravity under the eye. “Raccoon eyes” refers to blood that settles under the eyes and is associated with a fracture in the base of the skull.
Over the course of a few days, the black-and-blue color of bruises around the eyes fades to yellow or green. That’s because the blood under the skin eventually breaks down and is reabsorbed into the surrounding tissues.
Depending on the amount of blood that has collected within the skin, the tissues may require up to two weeks to return to normal color.
It’s important to be aware that unexplained bruising in someone you know may be a sign of domestic violence or abuse. Your health providers are required by law to ask questions to make sure you’re safe in your domestic situation.

Diagnosing the cause of black eye

If you seek medical treatment for a black eye, your doctor will perform a basic examination. They’ll also ask how the injury occurred and inquire about related injuries. Your doctor will test your vision by shining a light into your eyes and also ask you to follow their finger with your eyes.
If a skull fracture is suspected, your doctor will order a CT scan and X-ray of your face and head. If an eye injury is suspected, you’ll be referred to an ophthalmologist. This specialist may put a dye in your eye to test for eyeball abrasions.
For a possible head injury, you will be referred to a neurosurgeon. For suspected fractures of the face, you’ll be referred to an ENT specialist.

Conditions associated with black eye

Conditions that are likely associated with a black eye include:

• broken nose

• concussion

• dengue fever

• hemophilia

• epidural hematoma

• eye emergencies

• head injury

• factor II deficiency

• factor V deficiency

• factor VII deficiency

• factor X deficiency

• shaken baby syndrome

• skull fracture

• subdural hematoma

• von Willebrand disease

Treating of a black eye

Black eyes due to a minor injury can be treated with ice, rest, and pain medication. A follow-up visit with your doctor will be suggested if you have any visual changes or lingering pain.
If swelling and pain accompany the bruising, apply a cold compress for 20 minutes, and then take it off for 20 minutes. When the swelling reduces, you may apply a warm compress to help promote the reabsorption of blood.
For any pain and throbbing, you may take pain relievers such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen. Avoid putting pressure on the affected area.
There are many home remedies you can use to treat a black eye. An ice pack is the best method. Sometimes people use frozen packs of raw meat. It’s best to avoid this, as the meat may contain harmful bacteria.
Arnica is a good herbal remedy to reduce swelling. Vitamins C and K will also promote healing and reduce swelling.

Black eye in children and toddlers

Small children will need a cold compress placed on their eye for 15 minutes at a time throughout the day. They may also be required to wear an eye shield because swelling can force the eye shut.
At home, hold your child’s head higher than their heart for a day or two. Try to keep them from being too active. Also, keep your child from rubbing their eye.

When to seek immediate medical treatment

Black eyes are accompanied by an assortment of symptoms that could require medical attention.
A black eye may be the repercussion of a facial fracture. You need to seek immediate medical attention for any broken bones on your face or skull.
If headaches persist or if you experience a loss of vision or consciousness, your black eye may be a symptom of a concussion or a fracture.

Other symptoms of a concussion include:

• nausea

• vomiting

• dizziness

• lethargy

• memory lapses

Another serious concern is the draining of blood or clear fluid from your nose or ear. Blood on the surface of your eyeball is also a cause for concern. This can be a sign of a ruptured eyeball or of damaged blood vessels in the eye. This may cause additional swelling and infection, which can make your eye immobile and blur your vision.

Possible complications of black eye

Sometimes black eyes can occur without trauma affecting the eye. If you have bad nasal allergies, you can get “allergic shiners.” These shiners may cause dark circles or the appearance of a black eye because blood flow is slightly hindered. The small veins under your eye will pool with blood and enlarge because the blood is going back to your heart more slowly.
Although highly unlikely, a black eye in a child without any sign of trauma can be an early symptom of myeloid leukemia.

Outlook

Most cases of a black eye can be treated at home with ice, rest, and pain relievers. A black eye can last anywhere from one to two weeks as the bruising heals and blood slowly is absorbed back into your skin.

To ensure timely recovery from a black eye, avoid doing the following:

• applying too much pressure.

• putting heat on the affected area.

• playing sports or being overly active in a way that will set you up for further injury.

SOURCE: https://www.healthline.com/health/black-eye

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