campaign which attempts to obscure the disease generation of factory
1. Influenza strains and pig waste
a. Strains can live in pig waste for months. Smithfield and other fecal lagoons have in some cases
been standing for years. Mutations occur frequently. Footnote 1
b. Commercial concerns mix pig and other waste with 50% grain
marketing it as 'wastelage' and feeding it back to the animals.
www.nationalaglawcenter.org has this propaganda about it
Wastelage: A fermentation product produced by blending animal waste with a fermentable product and storing to ensile. When properly ensiled, wastelage is free of salmonella-type microorganisms and parasitic nematodes, free of noxious odors, palatable to livestock, and economically competitive as an animal feed. In addition, conversion of animal waste to wastelage eliminates concern of water pollution.
Farmers feed feces back to their animals...
2. Airborn strains are hastened by high speed powerful ventilation systems required by factory farms
because of the crowding of animals living in their own waste.
3. Pig waste becomes waterborn when washed unprocessed into streams and oceans from Smithfield
and other factory farms in US, Mexico, Poland etc.
When bottom feeders eat the wsste they can become infected, just as they are sources for
hepatitis, anaphylactic shock and ecoli.
4. Factory farm, slaughterhouse, and animal flesh processing plant workers
5. The consumption of pieces of pig cadavers (called pork)
6. Drugs made with parts of pigs
a. Heparin is made from the mucosal tissues of slaughtered pigs'
intestines, cows' lungs etc.
7. Surgical operations with parts of pigs whose immune system is closest to our own. Heart valves come sometimes from pigs and cows.
8. bioterror (Ft Detrick swine flu samples have been missing recently wrote the Frederick Maryland News Post)
9. Vaccinations within pigs can mutate
10. Vaccinations in humans can mutate (The Poisoned Needle by Ida Honorof is one of many
books on the subject.)
Tamiflu by Roche (every N American dose sold gives a royalty to
Donald Rumsfeld) and Relenza by Glaxo have been declared not lifesavers
but only suppressive of symptoms. Both companies have been sued many
times for the lethal side effects of Tamiflu (Japanese put warning on
every label regarding hazard to children) and Relenza.
Lethal Side Effects of Tamiflu
Tamiflu Vaccine Linked With Convulsions, Delirium and Bizarre Deaths
Bizarre ingredients including gelatin (BSE?), propylene glycol etc. in Tamiflu
Roche's acne medication Accutane
Swine flu at a military base in NJ caused 1 death. The subsequent vaccinations
multiplied 7 fold the incidence of neurological side effects and caused 30 deaths.
Glaxo drug investigated in children's deaths
Health Canada probes Glaxo's Relenza (alleged antiflu drug) after children die
11. Less likely than the others: Soaps, Shampoos and Candles made of pig fat such as Ivory, Pert
etc. The soap residue is washed into the streams through sewage systems.
Footnote on number 1 and 2: Johns Hopkins environmental health professor on Living On Earth radio show
Footnote on 3: Ohio Wesleyan and numerous other studies
Footnote on heparin:
Linhardt RJ, Gunay NS. (1999). "Production and Chemical Processing of Low Molecular Weight Heparins". Sem. Thromb. Hem. 3: 5–16. PMID 10549711.
While NPR's Weekend Saturday reported on May 2nd that there was no way to get swine flu from pigeating,
there are actually tens of thousands of zoonotic diseases, only one of which many books on the subject is Diseases of Food Animals
by Owen Parrett MD.
The 15 (latest number) who have died from swine flu in Mexico have experienced symptoms
such as couging up blood, cyanosis (hands and feet turning blue) and hypoxic encephalopathy
(little blood to the brain) (a condition experienced in mild form after a heavy animal protein
Johns Hopkins has like many universities a schizophrenic
attitude to the truth.. with some departments engaged
in seeking it while others are involved in vivisection.
Johns Hopkins is linked financially to Michael Bloomberg
and is the site at which Dr Blalock built his press to
test the number of lbs. of pressure a dog's bones could
take before breaking. HBO tried to romanticize
the story with a film.
Mervyn Hardinge left Harvard after doing isocaloric studies indicating
that vegans weigh 23 lbs less than nonvegetarians. Stanley Prusiner
left Harvard when he realized that his prion research would always
be on the back burner of the meat invested university. He went
on to Stanford and continues to work on his pioneer discovery of prions
and spongiform encephalopathy diseases (Mad Pig, Mad Cow, Mad Fish,
Mad Deer, etc)
Many state universities in Ohio, Kansas, Wisconsin and elsewhere
have financial relationships with livestock companies.