World Health Organization (WHO) releases long-awaited antibiotic resistance and surveillance report
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FROM

NotMilk.com
May 2014

In the end run, it is a corrupt politician in a corrupt Washington who
takes bribes (PAC money) from corrupt food industry groups who betray the health of our children.

There is a solution. One closing-barn-door opens another. Now is the time to become vegan and ignore the emerging bacteria and the sterile antibiotics which won't be needed.  

On April 30, 2014, the World Health Organization (WHO) released their long-awaited antibiotic resistance and surveillance report - Antimicrobial resistance: global report on surveillance 2014.

Highlights:

WHO concludes that resistance to antibiotics is now a worldwide challenge.

WHO lists seven different new strains of disease-causing bacteria which are resistant to antimicrobial cures. The resulting diseases from bacterial infection include: bloodstream infections, diarrhea, pneumonia, urinary tract infections and gonorrhea

Myopic WHO investigators recommend many things, including: "Increased use of vaccinations to prevent disease and reduce the need for antibiotic treatments."

When not working as WHO scientists, WHO investigators work as really bad comedy writers.

WHO investigators get around to the enormous amounts of antibiotics contained in animal flesh and body fluids from sick animals. They write: "The multi-sectoral approach needed...improved integrated surveillance of...bacteria carried by food-producing animals and in the food chain."

In their greatest "duh moment", WHO neglects to identify the most critical factor in assuring that new emerging diseases became the antibiotic rule and not the exception.

In 1994, FDA hired Monsanto's chief bovine growth hormone scientist, Margaret Miller. Dr. Miller was given the exclusive power to arbitrarily raise the permissible amount of antibiotics in cow's milk by a factor of one-hundred times, from one part per 100-million to 1 part per million.

WHO never acknowledged the key factor for this mess. You can take this moment and see to it that the key factor as to why antibiotics no longer work has been kept from WHO investigators by sharing this column. If Glenn Thomas gets 10, 100, 1,000 or more copies, Notmilk readers can make a difference:

Glenn Thomas
WHO, Geneva
Communications Officer
Telephone: +41 22 791 39 83
Mobile.: +41 79 509 06 77
thomasg@who.int 

Forty percent of the average American diet is composed of antibiotic-rich cow's milk products.

WHO's (close-barn-door-after-cows escape) conclusion:

"Unless we take significant actions to improve efforts to prevent infections and also change how we produce, prescribe and use antibiotics, the world will lose more and more of these global public health goods and the implications will be devastating."

More than 12 years ago (February, 2002), Notmilk warned readers about LS-50, the most Commonly-found antibiotic found in the carcasses of slaughtered cows, an antibiotic that cannot legally be given to lactating dairy cows. 

LS-50 is an antibiotic made up of two other antibiotics, Lincomycin and Spectinomycin. Two years ago, Notmilk reported:

On January 18, 2012, The French Journal, Patlologie Biologie determined that a mycin antimicrobial resistant srain of Staphyloccus aureus was recovered with resistance to lincomycin, gentamicin, tetracycline and other antibiotics commonly used on humans.

On February 14, 2012, the Journal Antimicrobial Chemotherapy determined that spectinomycin, once used to treat humans with various diseases of love which include gonorrhea, no longer works as a result of ...an alarming increase in strains with reduced susceptibility to oral extended-spectrum cephalo-sporins associated with clinical treatment failure.

The creaking noise you might be hearing is the muted sound of the WHO closing the world's barn doors. The truths of this column are well documented and well
known by American health regulators who refuse to take action on the behalf of consumers. In the end run, it is a corrupt politician in a corrupt Washington who
takes bribes (PAC money) from corrupt food industry groups who betray the health of our children.

There is a solution. One closing-barn-door opens another. Now is the time to become vegan and ignore the emerging bacteria and the sterile antibiotics which won't be needed.


"Congress and corruption are twin sisters."
- Narendra Modi

"Sometimes we stare so long at a door that isclosing that we see too late the one that is open."
- Alexander Graham Bell


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