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Waging Biological Warfare On Arabs

During the 20th century, Middle East nations rarely experienced Crohn's Disease, irritable bowel syndrome, or ulcerative colitis. These western diseases were virtually unherd of.

This weekend, I scanned the scientific literature and found this astonishing publication:

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Saudi Journal of Gastroenterol. 2011 Sep-Oct;17(5):323-7.

Inflammatory bowel disease in children, an evolving  problem in Kuwait.
Al-Qabandi WA, Buhamrah EK, Hamadi KA, Al-Osaimi SA,
Al-Ruwayeh AA, Madda J.
Department of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine, Kuwait
University, Kuwait.


Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) was previously thought a rare disease among children in Kuwait since most diarrhea cases were attributed to infections. In the past few years we observed an increase in the number of patients presenting with IBD.

Out of a total of 130 children with IBD, 92 (71%) had Crohn's disease, 36 (28%) had ulcerative colitis and two (1%) had indeterminate colitis.

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On May 2, 2002, Notmilk reported:

The Australian dairy industry is intentionally sending cows afflicted with Johne's disease to the Middle East.

Down under dairymen have invented a new form of the classic children's game, "Tag, You're It!"

Cows diagnosed with Johne's Disease have diarrhea and heavy fecal shedding of bacteria. These diseased cows are infected by mycobacterium paratuberculosis. These bacteria multiply in milk, and are not destroyed by pasteurization. Occasionally, the milkborne bacteria will begin to grow in human hosts, and irritable bowel syndrome and Crohn's results.

Why are the Australians doing this dastardly deed? Perhaps they figure that those Arabs just don't know any better, so why not? The desire for dollars betrays their act of bioterrorism. This is a crime against mankind. Here's the story as it apppeared in the Australian media:

This is what America's dairy farmers learned about Crohn's and Johne's, having read this truth in the January 24, 1995 issue of Hoard's Dairyman:

"Johne's disease and Crohn's disease are remarkably similar in clinical signs and
intestinal pathology."

Apparantly, Arabs do not read the Journal of Clinical Microbiology. The May 31, 1993 issue of that journal revealed:

"Mycobacterium paratuberculosis was isolated from tissue taken from patients with Crohn's disease and is implicated in the etiology of this disease."

The Australians must be keeping a stiff upper lip after having read the February 1998 issue of the British Medical Journal which revealed:

"Mycobacterium Paratuberculosis crosses the species barrier to infect and cause disease in humans."

Arabs with Crohn's disease might find it easier to fertilize their land, and turn a not so arable desert into a blooming oasis. They will have Australian dairy farmers to thank for this gift. What percentage of Crohn's victims are infected with this bovine bacteria? In September of 1996, the National Academy of Sciences published this bit of trivia:

"Mycobacterium paratuberculosis RNA was found in 100% of Crohn's disease patients, compared with 0% of controls."

Cows infected with Johne's disease are at an epidemic proportion in Australia. This past year, Australia has shipped 20,000 cows to the Middle East. Nearly one-third of Australian bovines are infected with this disease that can be passed on to human milk consumers. You do the math. Humans get irritable bowels by drinking infected milk from these animals, then Crohn's disease.

This story needs to grow legs. This story needs your participation. Please send it to a friend, and demand justice. Ask that friend to send it to another friend so that it travels the world wide web.

I contacted the United Arab Emirates embassy and gave this information to Sarah Fatassi. I have been assured that her government will be taking this matter seriously. I also spoke with Nasser Behbhehani of the Kuwaiti mission.
Hopefully, both consulates will take this important information back to their nations.

Robert Cohen

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