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How medicine is killing us all: Antibiotics, superbugs and the next global pandemic

(NaturalNews) While globalists like Bill Gates are feverishly working on ways to reduce human population through vaccines, GMOs and abortions, an even more effective population killer is now emerging: drug-resistant strains of "gram-negative" bacteria: Superbugs.

The global abuse of antibiotics and the rise of drug-resistant superbugs has become an urgent issue of survival for the human race, and even mainstream medical experts are now describing microbiological doomsday scenarios if the situation isn't reversed. As The Guardian reported today:

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria with the potential to cause untreatable infections pose "a catastrophic threat" to the population, the chief medical officer for Britain warns in a report calling for urgent action worldwide.

Big Pharma causes the problem, then walks away.

How did it get this bad? After Big Pharma polluted the medical landscape with a flood of antibiotics that caused drug-resistant strains to emerge, it has since abandoned any new research on antibiotics, claiming "there's no profit in it."

The antibiotics pipeline is empty. But drug-resistant bacteria aren't asleep at the wheel; they're rapidly mutating, developing new biological defenses against Big Pharma's drugs. With each passing month, the superbugs get stronger. "No new classes of antibiotics have been developed since 1987, and none are in the pipeline across the world," reports The Independent.


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It is interesting that doctors and nurses and hospital staff

are working in an environment where these super bugs are epidemic and they are not getting sick. Only the immune suppressed or weakened already by illness seem to be affected at this time.

Many in the hospital test positive for the bugs but are not getting ill. Perhaps we are making antibodies, and that is the natural God given way of keeping ourselves healthy. The pharmo industry is part of the nanny state. The body is designed by God to heal itself!


Some nurses who get the flu shots do get sick, and the ones who eat organic cover for them.
Study sample size very small, scientifically insignificant.
The last doctor I worked for was a total germaphobe, afraid to shake hands with patients.
I think you are right about challenging the immune system, but I think there are more sick doctors and nurses than you might realize, too.

This is the article that got my posting privileges revoked:

Most nurses that I know do not get flu shots.

There are some staff that do get sick but I have not heard of any getting a super bug, although there have to be some. Seldom see sick doctors. I am germ-phobic and wash hands nonstop too.

They are able to design bugs that are gene specific for certain groups, and we will never know, will we?