The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a report last month that found that 23,000 people die from antibiotic-resistant infections each year. The more a particular germ is exposed to antibiotics, the more rapidly it can develop resistance. Most scientists agree that overprescribing the drugs to humans is the predominant cause for bacteria evolving to outsmart them. Feeding the drugs widely to control and prevent disease in cows, pigs and chickens also is believed to play a role.
Despite viable evidence, Congress is still blocking an effort to stop the useless practice. Is big business driving this practice? What other reason would there be to keep drugging animals at the expense of human life. Interestingly, the article states that under the “OBAMA ADMINISTRATION” the governmental policing of such activities has been at its all time worst. Has Congress intentionally thwarted progress to cause the smear? Have Republicans and other Tea party members invested in the pharmaceutical companies that attribute to the demise of ‘certain’ consumers?
WE better SEE this stuff for what it is truly!
For years I have wondered why it was necessary to re-engineer the food that Americans consume. A theory has been tossed around for decades regarding government directed population control and genetic manipulation. It is difficult to justify ALLOWING needless death, unless the theories have some merit. The mere fact that the phrase ‘population control’ exists, is because it has been and/or IS implemented.
In recent years there has been a recorded increase in cancer and immune related illnesses, diseases and conditions. As an individual reared in a time when every child in the school had a peanut butter sandwich in their lunch boxes, the empirical data speaks to the ‘sudden’ change within the immune systems of individuals who are now violently allergic to peanuts, tomatoes and corn. Interestingly enough, the latter are now being ‘re-engineered’ to appear healthier on the shelves as well as to keep fresher longer. Food distributors were wasting tons of food each year (and continue to do so) because of minor imperfections on fruits and vegetables in their natural state.
To minimize this occurrence the advent of genetically altered products presented. Not solely as a result of the aforementioned, however, FDA and other consumer protections have not been able to keep up with the frequent changes in production methodologies that in all likelihood are not even covered by any type of legal verbiage because no one KNOWS it exists. The backlog within legislative factions may also contribute to the fact that there are no substantive laws that pose barrier enough to manufacturers to keep the health of the consumer as the foremost priority.