posted on Feb, 4 2004 @ 02:38 PM
This guy has a personal vendetta, check it out:
Also, all cows' milk contains blood! The inspectors are simply asked to keep it under certain limits. You may be horrified to learn that the
USDA allows milk to contain from one to one and a half million white blood cells per millilitre. (That's only 1/30 of an ounce). If you don't
already know this, I'm sorry to tell you that another way to describe white cells where they don't belong would be to call them pus cells.
If you have to explain to a reader what a white blood cell is, then they shouldn't be reading this article. Besides, I take my steaks rare. How much
blood is in that?
The authors said that "the diet was unchanged in Great Britain." Do you believe that? Do you think that the availability of milk, sugar and
fat is the same in Pakistan as it is in England? That a grocery store in England has the same products as food sources in Pakistan? I don't believe
that for a minute.
He's getting desperate. Although the study says that the diet was unchanged between Pakistan and England, it doesn't have anything to do with what
kind of products you get at the grocery store. It's what you eat. There's a large percentage of Paki's in England, they take their culture with
them. this guy is saying that the reason why Diabetes is so prevalent in the native English population vs. the Paki population is because of the
difference in the availability of milk in Pakistan? PROPAGANDA ALERT.
I hate to tell you this, but the bovine leukemia virus is found in more than three of five dairy cows in the United States! This involves about
80% of dairy herds. Unfortunately, when the milk is pooled, a very large percentage of all milk produced is contaminated (90 to 95 per cent). Of
course the virus is killed in pasteurisation-- if the pasteurisation was done correctly. What if the milk is raw?
Who drinks raw milk? Does drinking milk have any correlation to leukemia? Who knows? All I know is that eveyone drinks a little milk or eats some
cheese at one point in their life and only a small percentage of the population gets leukemia. Then he goes on to mention the accidental mix up of raw
milke with pasteurized milk. I think there are worse things that could happen. Youve probably got a greater chance of dying while sitting in front of
your computer typing.
The ONLY thing this guy gets me worried about is this:
The latest high-tech onslaught on the poor cow is bovine growth hormone or BGH. This genetically engineered drug is supposed to stimulate milk
production but, according to Monsanto, the hormone's manufacturer, does not affect the milk or meat.
NEVER trust Monsanto, they are the manufacturers of Roundup, the herbicide. They spray that crap willy nilly all over the Columbians to disaterous
effects. though they claim it's harmless. How does that explain all the Columbians with skin diseases that were not there before the CIA funded the
I might not drink my milk now that I'm older, but it's good for kids! It gives you calcium to build strong bones and amino acids (protein) to build
And your final point Dr. is what? This?:
Add the Bovine Growth Hormone into the mix and you have the recipe for a race of super-giants bent on destruction of the pathetic human race. Ah