Thursday, 4 September 2014

Denmark - MRSA cc398 - Filthy pig that will cost lives


Many in rural Britain are not that keen on the "Green Blob" and its damaging habit of putting animals and hobbyists before public health and farmers, even creating taxpayer funded operations to do so. But the WWF has serious influence in Britain.

Prince Philip was the first President of World Wildlife Fund - UK (WWF) from its formation in 1961 to 1982, and International President of WWF (later the World Wide Fund for Nature) from 1981 to 1996. He is now President Emeritus of WWF.

The Danish WWF, with blunt words,  join their Ombudsman, in wanting the infected farms identified.

As always, read the mechanical translation of the Danish WWF report in full here.


Filthy pig that will cost lives


 September 3, 2014 

Board Posts by Gitte Seeberg, Secretary General of WWF, brought by Christian Daily 2 September. 

Something rivravruskende wrong when thousands of people unaware of being infected - and die - as a result of agricultural practices.

Last week, one could in newspapers read that between 6,000 and 12,000 Danes ignorant goes around and is infected by the multidrug-resistant swine bacterium MRSA CC398. 

At the same time, it has been determined that it would be 'naive' to imagine that there are several Danes who will die of infection . Already, at least four died of swine bacterium. In all four cases, these are people who have had no contact with pigs. 

Tell me again - how we have come so far? The Danish agricultural costing lives. People who do not have anything to agricultural production to do. Instead of producing food that makes us healthier, we die now of a disease that spreads from the pigs we eat...

... Tell the bereaved whose loved ones have died of infection from pigs in jam-packed piggeries where efficiency and utilization, everyday life. The only good thing there is to say about the unfortunate situation that many people in this country now finds itself in is that maybe and hopefully get our politicians eyes to what is going on in the Danish pig farms. And get them to do something about it...

... Therefore, we now require that agriculture plays with wide open maps and explains the different stocks affected by MRSA. We can not live with another.