Posted Oct 5, 2014 by Martin Armstrong
I’m writing about antibiotics, it’s becoming widely recognised that bacterial superbugs are developing which have genetically adapted to antibiotics in common use. The meat industry is a major perpetrator of the bad use of antibiotics, and there’s a concern that the health industry could get to a stage where there’s nothing to offer people after surgery to kill bacteria, making all forms highly risky. (There are more natural plant based solutions, but pharmaceutical companies can’t patent plants – only their own version). Antibiotics are used to kill bacteria, but people save them to use on a virus, further increasing the likely hood of adaptation.
This article is based on the World Health Organisations report on antibiotic resistance:
REPLY: This shows that there is a cycle in nature. We have to understand that absolutely everything moves in a cycle and that means we can see disease resurge.