"Your weight fluctuates because you eat more than you need."
Partially true, it is important to have a good mix of a balanced diet and excercise. Most people don't, and some show it more than others. Telling people they eat too much when you have no idea what theyare actually doing wrong doesn't help anyone in any way, this is why we have young girls starving themselves to try and be skinny. Simply starving yourself will not make you healthier in the long run.
"Very very few ladies are fat because of a medical condition; it really is time for fat ladies to stop claiming it is a 'medical condition,' but to recognize that they are fat because they are greedy and just cannot stop eating - too much.
PN WGS are fat fat because they too eat too much and claim/blame it is due to their medical condition."
I agree with this, many fat people do tend tio use this as a blanket excuse for being the way they are. Most medical conditions will only make it harder for you to stay in shape, not make it impossible. If you were eating right and exercising right, you would still be at a healthy weight. But once again, this is down to a lack of education about proper eating habits etc. and not necessarily because they eat 5 kfc buckets a day. Also, not everyone who is overweight tries to make excuses for themselves. Just as the original poster was simply stating that you don't know why a person is fat, therefore you you shouldn't instantly judge them. She didn't offer any reasons or excuses for her own weight fluctuations.
Maybe if people weren't constantly criticising their every move they wouldnt feel the need to hide behind a blanket of lies to protect themselves.
"No one has to be fat; the number of fat Brits at the end of WWII was minimal."
Also true, but citing an example of situations where people frequently die from malnutrition is harly an appropriate example of how to be healthy.
"Wouls all you FAT ladies realise that you can be thin and attractive if you do not eac too much."
Once again, clearly missing the point. If you don't understand yourself how weight is gained, how can you expect anyone else to? Peaople could be in various stages of losing weight, you can't tell that from looking at them because if they have a lot of weight to lose it will probably take years to lose completely. How does essentially telling them to "put down the fork" help them with that?
Also, being fat doesn't make you unattractive. Maybe in your eyes it does, but that isn't the case for everybody. Don't try to dictate what ither people's idea of beauty should be. Yes, being overweight isn't exactly healthy, but if you cared about other people's health you would be critisising every unhealthy choice made by everyone, and not just the glaringly obvious. The rest of the world isn't going to get into shape simply because large bellies repulse you.