posted on May, 31 2012 @ 07:19 AM
Originally posted by DropOfKim
The bacteria is not running rampant, the media is. This event took place when he was 60 and now he is 65. He has surely learned how to pee by
Anyways, That is what the media does. You may think things are running rampant, but when a story becomes headline news, a point of interest (who
decides those points?), the media picks up with whatever similarities they can find and run with it.
Actually, it is running rampant. There's one article that said there were 42 cases of necrotitis faciitis (flesh eating bacteria) last year. 33 were
in Georgia and 7 in South Carolina.
From the Other ATS Thread on Flesh Eating Bacteria . . .
Ga. man becomes third high profile case of necrotizing faciitis (flesh eating
The Georgia man for this year got it in his groin. He contended to catch it while "mowing the lawn" and allegedly cutting his groin while mowing the
Mexico media is reporting alleged flesh eating bacteria in its water supply, while simultaneously not publicly releasing any stats.
Not saying if men or women catching it. And not publicly releasing if any penis or groin cases.
Mexico CNN: (translation) Flesh eating bacteria
present in water
there's the "closely related" things that flesh eating can be labelled under. The obvious would be leprosy which also eats away at
people's flesh. Once again, Mexico media reporting that Sinaloa (of the Sinaloa drug cartel which ships over the Arizona border) is "first" in
Sinaloa Mexico first in Leprosy
The one I'm wondering about is this odd Texas case, where a teenage girl has a flesh eating disease, but rather than it being labelled the flesh
eating bacteria, it was called "a fungus". Thing is...they labelled it Pythiosis, which is a rare microbe only found in Thailand that never infects
humans, only animals. Don't see how a fungus from Thailand could infect a teenage Texan girl. They claim she caught the fungus in a swimming pool.
(crass) I have to wonder if it was something else that they are just covering for because the Thailand fungus just doesn't make sense.
Texas girl loses leg to rare fungus-like microbe
usually found in Thailand and normally in non-humans
Doesn't sound like isolated incidents to me. Groins, penises ... and they claim "drinking water", swimming pools and hospitals. Doesn't make sense
at all, now does it? Groins and penises usually means sexually transmitted though.