(Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus)
On The Brink Of A Genetically Engineered Disaster
By Robert Cohen
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Monsanto dumped their genetically engineered versions of four newly-created species of bacteria into European sewer systems. What arrogance. What a complete disregard for human kind. They gave birth to and then released their monster onto this world. First Europe. Now, America. A newly-published study confirms the European beginning of America's growing MRSA epidemic.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has published the shocking results of an investigation suggesting that the MRSA infections now sickening and killing Americans began in Europe, just as I predicted many years ago.
On February 4th, 2004, after waiting seven weeks for a response to my emergency Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request that was filed in December of 2003, I reported in a notmilk letter:
"Americans are walking along the cutting edge blade of an environmental apocalypse. Previously un-released FDA insider investigations revealed that Monsanto dumped their Genetically-Modified-Organisms
mistake into sewer systems. That 'sludge' may very well have contained the untreatable version of Staphylococcus which is now killing Americans."
On Wednesday, February 4, 2004, I received the damning evidence that confirmed Monsanto's crime against humankind.
My FOIA request revealed:
"Specifically, the corrective actions implemented after the investigation of nine sterility failures reported since 2001 (3 for 2001, 3 for 2002, and 3 for 2003) for Posilac injection or for the lyophilized active ingredient (Sometribove zinc) have not been effective in preventing reoccurrence. In five instances (2 for 2001, 1 for 2002, and 2 for 2003) the organism was identified as Propionibacterium acnes; Staphylococcus species have been identified in three instances and in one instance (in 2002) Bacillus pumilus was found. Propionibacterium was found in environmental samples of the manufacturing areas. Batches manufactured around the same period of time and under the same conditions of the affected lots have been released to the market."
"Equipment for adequate control over micro-organisms is not provided when appropriate for the manufacture, processing, packing or holding of a drug product."
It has been well reported that a new emerging species of bacteria has developed, immune to antibiotic treatment. Staphylococcus aureus plagues many American hospitals in this new outbreak. Could the etiology of the mother of all deadly Staphylococcus infections be traced to a new genetically engineered version of Staph aureus, a super bug accidentally produced by Monsanto and then introduced into the food supply?
The December 7, 2007 CDC study reveals:
"After multivariate analysis, contact with pigs and cattle were the only 2 significant independent variables...we conclude that this new MRSA strain is of animal origin (pigs and probably cows). We assume that this problem is not limited to the Netherlands."
The new study:
WHAT YOU CAN AND CANNOT DO
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Do not contact CDC if you cherish your sanity. I tried yesterday. The experience is just one level more uncomfortable than waterboarding, also known as Ashcrofting. Example: the listed number for CDC on their website is a dead number with a 'disconnected' message.
The "dead number" is (404) 639-3534 and can be found at the bottom of the CDC webpage under 'public inquiries. Outrageous! See:
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