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35 sickened by raw milk in Wisconson

 
Ossie bloke
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35 sickened by raw milk in Wisconson
Sick with campylobacter in Wisconsin reportedly all drank milk from the same raw dairy

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09/22/2009 12:00 AM
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Re: 35 sickened by raw milk in Wisconson
shit happens

unfortunately, these people are doing that a lot right now
"By way of deception, thou shalt do war."

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"The truth shall set you free."

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Re: 35 sickened by raw milk in Wisconson
corporate propaganda, they lived. at least they get some nutrition and not just cooked lactose.
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Re: 35 sickened by raw milk in Wisconson
Sick with campylobacter in Wisconsin reportedly all drank milk from the same raw dairy

[link to thebovine.wordpress.com]

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 Quoting: Ossie bloke

So much death and carnage worse than my story about hamburgers.

Stephanie Smith, a children's dance instructor, thought she had a stomach virus. The aches and cramping were tolerable that first day, and she finished her classes.
Then her diarrhea turned bloody. Her kidneys shut down. Seizures knocked her unconscious. The convulsions grew so relentless that doctors put her in a coma for nine weeks. When she emerged, she could no longer walk. The affliction had ravaged her nervous system and left her paralyzed.


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Ossie bloke  (OP)

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Re: 35 sickened by raw milk in Wisconson
I bought some more raw milk today - Cleopatra's Bath Milk 'This product is sold for COSMETIC SKIN TREATMENT ONLY'.

The health authorities here are pretty strict making sure raw milk is not being sold (overtly) for human consumption.

Raw milk tastes good though.
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That damn Louis Pasteur. He's one of the founders of the NWO and there are sekrit documents that show he wanted to cull 90% of the population. I can't show you them because they're sekrit, but you know it's true because you're reading it here on the internet.
It's only taken 140 years and his sterilization process seems to have had the effect of keeping people healthy, but that doesn't change the fact that Paturization causes milk to be a lethal weapon of the NWO.

I agree that all the woos here should continue to drink raw milk since there is no danger in it. All stories about raw foods causing illness are just disinfo from TPTB.
I mean, you all can fruits and vegetables and don't heat them in a pressure-cooker to make them safe, don't you?
Just trowel the jams, jellies, pickles, beets, etc. into those Mason jars and screw the lids on and stick them on the shelf.
That's safe isn't it? You raw milk guys use this no-heat canning method don't you? 'Cause heating causes the loss of vital enzymes and transforms the chemicals in the food into poisons more deadly than anthrax.
If you heat them you are Pasturizing them and we can't have that now, can we?

Bon Appétit.
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That damn Louis Pasteur. He's one of the founders of the NWO and there are sekrit documents that show he wanted to cull 90% of the population. I can't show you them because they're sekrit, but you know it's true because you're reading it here on the internet.
It's only taken 140 years and his sterilization process seems to have had the effect of keeping people healthy, but that doesn't change the fact that Paturization causes milk to be a lethal weapon of the NWO.

I agree that all the woos here should continue to drink raw milk since there is no danger in it. All stories about raw foods causing illness are just disinfo from TPTB.
I mean, you all can fruits and vegetables and don't heat them in a pressure-cooker to make them safe, don't you?
Just trowel the jams, jellies, pickles, beets, etc. into those Mason jars and screw the lids on and stick them on the shelf.
That's safe isn't it? You raw milk guys use this no-heat canning method don't you? 'Cause heating causes the loss of vital enzymes and transforms the chemicals in the food into poisons more deadly than anthrax.
If you heat them you are Pasturizing them and we can't have that now, can we?

Bon Appétit.
 Quoting: Reality420 785720

I know it's dangerous but the reckless survive. I suggest you check out the book 'Why the reckless survive'.

Here's a post on another forum about the book and subject-

[link to www.greenspun.com]
"Melvin Konner wrote a book several years ago a book called 'Why the reckless survive: and other secrets of human nature'. The book reveals how the human species has evolved in spite of our terrible record of "risk-taking" skills."
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I know it's dangerous but the reckless survive. I suggest you check out the book 'Why the reckless survive'.

Here's a post on another forum about the book and subject-

[link to www.greenspun.com]
"Melvin Konner wrote a book several years ago a book called 'Why the reckless survive: and other secrets of human nature'. The book reveals how the human species has evolved in spite of our terrible record of "risk-taking" skills."
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Thanks, but I have enough to read.

I think there's a place for "recklessness" if the reward justifies the risk.

I fail to see any reward in consuming unpasturized milk, just as I see no reward in eating canned food that hasn't been pasturized.

There's a reason milk is pasturized you know:
[link to milkfacts.info]
They don't just do it to incur extra cost.
That is, unless you think L.P. and others aren't concerned about food safety and really are NWO agents bent on the destruction of 90% of the population. They can't be humanitarians can they? They're evil, I tell you, evil. I know because I read it on the internet.
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Re: 35 sickened by raw milk in Wisconson
They need to boil the milk until it rises in the saucepan.
Fresh scalded cream is to die for. (not literally)
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Re: 35 sickened by raw milk in Wisconson
I heat all milk, pasteurised or not to pasteurising temperature anyway. I use it for very hot coffee, very hot porridge and pancake mix. Double heating the milk damages the fats unnecessarily. I'm not a baby who needs a nanny state to protect me from my own potential stupidity.

Adding flouride in water is a similar case, I use flouride in a topical paste to harden tooth enamel which is subsequently spat out. Let me decide how I use flouride, not the idiots who started putting flouride in the local water supply a few weeks ago.

Tossers.
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Re: 35 sickened by raw milk in Wisconson
I bought some more raw milk today - Cleopatra's Bath Milk 'This product is sold for COSMETIC SKIN TREATMENT ONLY'.

The health authorities here are pretty strict making sure raw milk is not being sold (overtly) for human consumption.

Raw milk tastes good though.
 Quoting: Ossie bloke


Yeah, we sell Cleopatra's in our organic store as a skin care product. Can you believe it attracts GST; as a health care product. Which makes it like $8 for 2 litres (I think). I gave it a go and thought it was delicious. I'm currently drinking IvyHome, which is pasteurised. My favourite milk is from Barambah...apparently they have names for all their cows and they rest their beasts for 2 months out of the year. I wonder if the Japanese owned Dairy Farmers does that for their cows, shareholders would go ballistic. I love family owned companies...You know Coopers is family owned...great beer, great story. I love Australia...we are very lucky here.





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