GMO’s linked to aborted animals, Schmallenberg, while climate changers peddle new equine fears


GMO’s linked to aborted animals, Schmallenberg, while climate changers peddle new equine fears

Patrick Henningsen

Infowars.com

March 2, 2012

This week has seen one of the more shocking reports to emerge so far this year, the discovery of an unexplained bio-plague which is causing birth defects in record numbers in sheep and cattle stocks throughout English farms and in parts of the continent, believed to be linked to the Schmallenberg virus.

The Independent newspaper’s environmental beat writer Michael McCarthy wrote a piece on this topic today, attempting to combine recent animal diseases in Europe to climate change. He grabbed the opportunity to patch together what are clearly two very separate real issues, and bind them with one theoretical one: the Schmallenberg virus in sheep, African horse sickness – and ‘European warming caused by climate change’.

The problem with McCarthy’s article is that the first two are real, but the last one is pure speculation – and out of pure convenience, he’s combined all three as if they one issue. There goes our mainstram media, raising the climate change alarm:

“But scientists are warning that they may be only the first of a considerable number of new infections, including some affecting humans, which are being helped to spread north through Europe by the warming climate.”

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One Response to GMO’s linked to aborted animals, Schmallenberg, while climate changers peddle new equine fears

  1. cromwellshead says:

    We have been told this is spread by Dutch midges. Apparently a super breed of Uber Euro midge that flies across the North Sea in winter. Now, like Blue Tongue of two years ago many, including I have theories. What we will do, if affected, is breed from unaffected lambs born alongside affected ones next year. Already being planned thanks to good stockmanship and knowledge of genetics and disease resistance, mainly in long time breeders.

    I do not know if this is deliberate, I do know we import far too many animals from Europe and yes, disease spreads that way. It is however a good excuse to spread panic amongst a gullible public. another attack on small farms? Time will tell.

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