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Cows and people have some things in common . Stop eating beef or there will be a revolution .. 

 

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It's already happening. It's called Cruetzfeld-Jacob Disease aka mad-cow disease for humans better known as Bovine spongiform encephalopathy. The CDC reported that approximately  13 percent, if I recall correctly, of reported Alzheimer's disease is actually CJD. Both diseases, CJD, and Alzheimer's have EXACTLY the same symptoms of

the victim and the ONLY way to differentiate it by performing a highly invasive procedure taking brain tissue (very expensive procedure) and analyzing it for prions (protein

clusters that cause CJD and BSE (mad cow) which is also very expensive, so when Grandpa goes off the range and the family takes them to the hospital for a dx, guess what's

easier to do and doesn't give the public a big scare and is a lot less expensive? Dope 'em up with antipsychotics and just say it's Alzheimers. The prion responsible for creating

the brain into "sponge-bob-crazy-head" is also a species jumper and because it's a protein, not a virus or bacteria, it doesn't matter what kind of animal eats the infected tissue, they can get it. You know how you kill a prion? Heat it to 5,000 degrees Fahrenheit. That's not an option for a victim of it obviously. Prions can remain dormant in the brain for up to forty years before they start the madness as well. We can thank factory farms for this. I'm sure everyone here knows about the famous "hoax" of John Titor and the mad cow disease that story in his "timeline" that partly crippled the u.s. besides the civil war. 

Beef is tasty, but you don't even have to eat it from a dead cow. THEY are suppressing and thwarting the research and development through propaganda, but it's been shown and proven that labs can actually take a single cell from a cow, then using cloning techniques or whatever microbiology technology they have, and actually grow any body part of a cow in a lab, so you can have a tasty steak without actually eating it from a dead cow.  

 

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15694685 :

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Thinking the unthinkable: Alzheimer's, Creutzfeldt-Jakob and Mad Cow disease: the age-related reemergence of virulent, foodborne, bovine tuberculosis or losing your mind for the sake of a shake or burger.

Abstract

The possibility of the age-related reemergence of foodborne Mycobacterium bovis (bovine tuberculosis) as a vector for Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD or human Mad Cow Disease) and Mad Cow disease itself is real. The CDC reported last May of an outbreak of CJD linked to the consumption of meat contaminated "with the agent causing" bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in a New Jersey racetrack between the time frame 1995-2004. In the opinion of experts, ample justification exists for considering a similar pathogenesis for Alzheimer's, Creutzfeldt-Jakob and the other spongiform encephalopathies such as Mad Cow disease. In fact, Creutzfeldt-Jakob and Alzheimer's often coexist and at this point are thought to differ merely by time-dependent physical changes. A recent study links up to 13% of all "Alzheimer's" victims as really having Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. Bovine tuberculosis, which includes Mycobacterium bovis and M. avium-intracellulare or paratuberculosis, is and has always been the most prevalent threat to the cattle industry, and the USDA reports that between 20% and 40% of US dairy herds are infected with paratuberculosis alone. The health risk for milk tainted with M. bovis has been known for decades and there was a time not so long ago when "tuberculin-tested" was printed on every milk container. Schliesser stated that meat from tuberculous animals may also constitute a significant risk of infection. At the turn of the 20th century 25% of the many US deaths from TB in adults were caused by M. bovis. Dairy products aside, when past and present meat consumption are factored in, there is three times the risk of developing Alzheimer's in meat eaters as opposed to vegetarians. The investigation into the causal trail for Creutzfeldt-Jakob, indistinguishable from Alzheimer's except for its shorter, lethal course might have grown cold where it not for Roel's and others who linked mad cow in cattle with M. bovis and related paratuberculosis on clinical, pathologic and epidemiological grounds. The southwest of the UK, the very cradle of British BSE and CJD outbreaks, saw an exponential increase in bovine tuberculosis just prior to it's spongiform outbreaks. All of this brings up the unthinkable: that Alzheimer's, Cruetzfeldt-Jackob, and Mad Cow Disease might just be caused by eating the meat or dairy in consumer products or feed. It is only appropriate therefore to explore the role of bovine TB and the atypical mycobacteria in Alzheimer's, JCD and Mad Cow disease and develop better serological surveillance for these pathogens."

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It's already happening. It's called Cruetzfeld-Jacob Disease aka mad-cow disease for humans better known as Bovine spongiform encephalopathy. The CDC reported that approximately  13 percent, if I recall correctly, of reported Alzheimer's disease is actually CJD. Both diseases, CJD, and Alzheimer's have EXACTLY the same symptoms of

the victim and the ONLY way to differentiate it by performing a highly invasive procedure taking brain tissue (very expensive procedure) and analyzing it for prions (protein

clusters that cause CJD and BSE (mad cow) which is also very expensive, so when Grandpa goes off the range and the family takes them to the hospital for a dx, guess what's

easier to do and doesn't give the public a big scare and is a lot less expensive? Dope 'em up with antipsychotics and just say it's Alzheimers. The prion responsible for creating

the brain into "sponge-bob-crazy-head" is also a species jumper and because it's a protein, not a virus or bacteria, it doesn't matter what kind of animal eats the infected tissue, they can get it. You know how you kill a prion? Heat it to 5,000 degrees Fahrenheit. That's not an option for a victim of it obviously. Prions can remain dormant in the brain for up to forty years before they start the madness as well. We can thank factory farms for this. I'm sure everyone here knows about the famous "hoax" of John Titor and the mad cow disease that story in his "timeline" that partly crippled the u.s. besides the civil war. 

Beef is tasty, but you don't even have to eat it from a dead cow. THEY are suppressing and thwarting the research and development through propaganda, but it's been shown and proven that labs can actually take a single cell from a cow, then using cloning techniques or whatever microbiology technology they have, and actually grow any body part of a cow in a lab, so you can have a tasty steak without actually eating it from a dead cow.  

 

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15694685 :

"

Thinking the unthinkable: Alzheimer's, Creutzfeldt-Jakob and Mad Cow disease: the age-related reemergence of virulent, foodborne, bovine tuberculosis or losing your mind for the sake of a shake or burger.

Abstract

The possibility of the age-related reemergence of foodborne Mycobacterium bovis (bovine tuberculosis) as a vector for Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD or human Mad Cow Disease) and Mad Cow disease itself is real. The CDC reported last May of an outbreak of CJD linked to the consumption of meat contaminated "with the agent causing" bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in a New Jersey racetrack between the time frame 1995-2004. In the opinion of experts, ample justification exists for considering a similar pathogenesis for Alzheimer's, Creutzfeldt-Jakob and the other spongiform encephalopathies such as Mad Cow disease. In fact, Creutzfeldt-Jakob and Alzheimer's often coexist and at this point are thought to differ merely by time-dependent physical changes. A recent study links up to 13% of all "Alzheimer's" victims as really having Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. Bovine tuberculosis, which includes Mycobacterium bovis and M. avium-intracellulare or paratuberculosis, is and has always been the most prevalent threat to the cattle industry, and the USDA reports that between 20% and 40% of US dairy herds are infected with paratuberculosis alone. The health risk for milk tainted with M. bovis has been known for decades and there was a time not so long ago when "tuberculin-tested" was printed on every milk container. Schliesser stated that meat from tuberculous animals may also constitute a significant risk of infection. At the turn of the 20th century 25% of the many US deaths from TB in adults were caused by M. bovis. Dairy products aside, when past and present meat consumption are factored in, there is three times the risk of developing Alzheimer's in meat eaters as opposed to vegetarians. The investigation into the causal trail for Creutzfeldt-Jakob, indistinguishable from Alzheimer's except for its shorter, lethal course might have grown cold where it not for Roel's and others who linked mad cow in cattle with M. bovis and related paratuberculosis on clinical, pathologic and epidemiological grounds. The southwest of the UK, the very cradle of British BSE and CJD outbreaks, saw an exponential increase in bovine tuberculosis just prior to it's spongiform outbreaks. All of this brings up the unthinkable: that Alzheimer's, Cruetzfeldt-Jackob, and Mad Cow Disease might just be caused by eating the meat or dairy in consumer products or feed. It is only appropriate therefore to explore the role of bovine TB and the atypical mycobacteria in Alzheimer's, JCD and Mad Cow disease and develop better serological surveillance for these pathogens."

I owe you a thumbs up I am out of green for this day . Great post !   Maybe other than cows waking up people will do the same .

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I knew a man who died from it. His family thinks he got it in England.

Cows are herbivores. But stupid people think they can fool Mother Nature. Farmers fed cattle with ground up dead sheep or other animals to give their cows more protein or something. The indestructible prions in the diseased animals spread into the poor cows, then into the humans who eat them. Awful practices like this are still common. I don't even use blood meal in my garden. Dead chickens (cooked, pelletized) are being fed to cows now, which is probably illegal. It's supposed to be a fertilizer only, but, hey, even that is asking for trouble.

The prejudice against meat is unfair. Carnivores are part of the natural order. We admire wolves and other predators. They are clever and keep hoofed wildlife populations in check. And rodents. Humans are omnivores. I've known a few vegans and thought they looked unhealthy.  I eat a little meat. I wish all farmers and ranchers raised ONLY grass-fed livestock on natural pastures. I am a harsh critic of Big Ag. I often have to deal with the farm boys at the Dept. of Ag and Extension Service. They are the problem. Nature gave us an appetite for cooked meat. It should be pure as groundwater, which humans have also spoiled. Please don't confuse nature with frankenfood.

 

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