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jeudi 30 avril 2015

David Rockefeller et son 6e pontage cardiaque !

David Rockefeller et son 6e pontage cardiaque !

david-rockefeller L’article précise qu’il a eu des greffes rénales également ! Il suffit de voir son visage pour comprendre bien des choses… mais il n’y a pire aveugle que celui qui ne veut pas voir ! Pour le moment on le fait passer pour un grand philanthrope au cœur gros comma ça alors que c’est un des plus grands criminels de l’humanité.

Billionaire philanthropist David Rockefeller has undergone successfully his sixth heart transplant in 42 years at the venerable age of 99 years old.
The heart transplant surgery, which lasted 6 hours and was done by a team of private surgeons at his principal residence, on the family estate in Pocantico Hills, New York, doesn’t seem to have tired the legendary business man known for his dynamism and cunningness.
His first heart transplant occurred in 1976 after a dramatic car accident led him to suffer a heart attack. He was operated 24 hours later and up and jogging a week later.
The 99-year old man allowed reporters to ask him a few questions only 36 hours after the operation, a testament to the sturdy health of the American icon.
«Every time I get a new heart, it is like the breath of life is swept across my body. I feel reenergized and alive» he told reporters.
Asked about the secret to his longevity, Mr Rockefeller explained a simple life is the way to go.
«People often ask me this question and I always answer the same thing: Love life. Live a simple life, play with your kids, enjoy the things you have, spend time with good loyal friends» he acknowledged with a kind smile.
«I’ve made a lot of money in my life, but I’ve given most of it away. There is no point of having if you can’t share» explained the renown philanthropist.
The man that has also had two kidney transplants in 1988 and 2004 is still extremely positive about his health and hopes to live up to 200 years, he told reporters jokingly and in good spirit, only hours after his operation.