This has to be either a really lame joke or one the worse health plans ever. According to NBC, the government of New Zealand is facing some serious backlash after attempting to deport a migrant couple simply because of the size of his girth.
The problem started when Albert Buitenhuis and his wife, Marthie, 47, moved to Christchurch, New
Zealand from South Africa six years ago. The couple are now facing deportation
after their work visas were declined because of his weight.
The 50 year-old, 286-pound South African citizen was recently deemed no longer has an
"acceptable standard of health" to remain in the country, and immigration authorities cited the demands his obesity could place on
New Zealand’s health services in terms of cost.
Some believe this has to do with New Zealand's health care system, which is funded through general taxes, and provides free medical care to all permanent residents. But if that really was the case, then shouldn't they also consider deporting all the smokers, elderly, disabled, and uninsured as well?
At this rate, only the young and super will be able to call New Zealand your home. And hobbits.
Without a doubt, everybody likes to pull in new projects from references and not persevere through the difficult work of reacting to a serious RFP. In any case, on the off chance that we will prevail in business, at that point we should incorporate serious RFP responses in our business advancement stockpile. Read more
Writing quality content must follow the SEO strategy. If you understand how to write a quality article, it will help you sell more, and your content gets more visitors monthly. For you to write content reader love, it is not easy. With Super Clear Contents help you to write quality content of your choice. Read more
For magic mushroom consumers, the biggest challenge comes when they try to buy them because most countries have made them illegal and marked them as controlled substances. For instance, some states in the United States consider magic mushrooms as a Schedule I drug. That means the state governments define it as a psychedelic drug that has not been accepted for medical use and has a relatively higher potential for abuse. But Denver and other cities are taking various measures to legalize magic mushrooms. Read more