Thursday, 18 June 2015
MRSA found in English pork in English supermarkets?
Following the Guardian articles and video this morning, reports are now appearing in the trade media that MRSA st398 has been found in British pork in English supermarkets.
Note that this is not the same as English pork in English supermarkets.
The wording is not clear enough to be actually certain and it is probably devious Defra, agricultural ministry and master manipulators of news, trying to sneak the news out.
Anyway, assuming that it is English pork in English supermarkets, it has taken more than ten years to drag the confession out of them.
DNA tests on old samples will provide the necessary proof of state veterinary deception in due time.
You can catch up on the Guardian articles here.
The accompanying video is quite compelling and may force a long, long overdue confession of MRSA in Scottish pigs from the Scottish government in Edinburgh.
You can watch the video here.
Whilst writing the Israelis have found MRSA in horses "presumed introduced by a veterinarian" and Hepatitis E has been found in British dogs.
Busy days dealing with dark deeds.