Originally published July 3 2004
Hidden mad cow epidemic infected 300,000 cattle, says French government
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor
This is one of the most shocking reports ever issued by the French government: a mad cow disease epidemic swept through cow herds in that country -- entirely undetected by authorities. In the past 13 years, the report says, more than 300,000 cattle were infected, and 50,000 such cattle entered the human food chain.
So what's important about this to folks in North America? Simple: the United States is right now pretending that mad cow disease doesn't exist, just as the French did for the last two decades. The French blamed England; the U.S. blames Canada. But in reality, hundreds of thousands of cattle are infected right now in the United States, and the USDA is engaged in a massive cover-up to hide this fact from the American public.
Mad cow disease is on the shelves in grocery stores right now. People are eating infected meat and dying from it. But no one is raising the alarm: the USDA keeps protecting the cattle ranchers, and the ranchers keep pretending like the disease doesn't exist. Everybody wants to sell more beef, and nobody is really concerned about protecting the public health.
When this issue explodes in the U.S., it's going to rock the world, and U.S. beef will be banned globally.
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