Friday, May 08, 2009

Swine flu

"If you wanted to create global pandemics, you'd build as many of these factory farms as possible. That's why the development of swine flu isn't a surprise to those in the public health community.
In 2003, the American Public Health Association--the oldest and largest in world-called for a moratorium of factory farming because they saw something like this would happen.
It may take something as serious as a pandemic to make us realize the real cost of factory farming."

Dr. Michael Greger, Humane Society of the U.S

1 comment:

fernandoylet said...

First mad cow, now swine flue, and we are still waiting for bird flu.