A report from the World Health Organization (WHO) has said that antibiotic resistant bugs now pose a serious threat to humans across the globe. Antibiotic resistance was always expected, but the WHO say that it has arrived years sooner than they anticipated.
The report, Antimicrobial Resistance: A Global Report on Surveillance states four of the key findings are:
1. Resistance to the treatment of last resort for life-threatening infections caused by a common intestinal bacteria, Klebsiella pneumoniae–carbapenem antibiotics–has spread to all regions of the world. K. pneumoniae is a major cause of hospital-acquired infections such as pneumonia, bloodstream infections, infections in newborns and intensive-care unit patients. In some countries, because of resistance, carbapenem antibiotics would not work in more than half of people treated for K. pneumoniae infections.
2. Resistance to one of the most widely used antibacterial medicines for the treatment of urinary tract infections caused by E. coli–fluoroquinolones–is very widespread. In the 1980s, when these drugs were first introduced, resistance was virtually zero. Today, there are countries in many parts of the world where this treatment is now ineffective in more than half of patients.
3. Treatment failure to the last resort of treatment for gonorrhoea–third generation cephalosporins–has been confirmed in Austria, Australia, Canada, France, Japan, Norway, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden and the United Kingdom. More than 1 million people are infected with gonorrhoea around the world every day.
4. Antibiotic resistance causes people to be sick for longer and increases the risk of death. For example, people with MRSA (methicillin-resistantStaphylococcus aureus) are estimated to be 64% more likely to die than people with a non-resistant form of the infection. Resistance also increases the cost of health care with lengthier stays in hospital and more intensive care required.
It goes on to describe how antibiotic resistance can be reduced, though that’s a little like shutting the stable door after the horse has bolted. We are entering the post-antibiotic era. A time when simple infections that used to kill and maim indiscriminately will once again blight our lives.
Massive investment is needed in the development of new antibiotics, but its just not happening, and why it’s not happening is a mystery. Drug companies could make billions off a new antibiotic yet nobody is actively taking up the fight to develop these drugs. Why? Why are the drug companies not falling over themselves to produce new drugs that could save the life of millions?
The World Health Organization and their controllers the United Nations knew years ago this was going to happen, but they did nothing, and they continue to do nothing to prevent the huge death rates from infection that were prevalent decades ago.
Western governments continue to engage pharmaceutical companies to produce more and more vaccines…many of which have unknown side effects, but neglect to engage to prevent the medical catastrophe thats unfolding right in front of us.
It would suit the United Nations and their New world order governments, under Agenda 21, to have the number of humans on the planet drastically reduced. What better way to achieve that without having blood on their hands than to blame doctors, patients and lack of drug development by the pharmaceutical companies?
Doctors have been warning anyone who will listen that this was coming yet still the governments of the First World, who between them employ thousands and thousands of chemists, have not set their scientists to work on finding a solution to the problem.
You have to ask yourself why. If you come up with an answer feel free to share it with the rest of us because I can’t come up with a logical solution as to why nothing has been done. By not working on this issue governments are expecting us to believe that they are held to ransom by the drug companies who can do as they please. I refute this. If the United States and the UK et al can invade another sovereign nation they can take over/pay off a drugs company to avert a crisis that will cause more deaths than all the wars put together.
The fact is they have chosen not to.
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Contributed by Lizzie Bennett of Underground Medic.
Lizzie Bennett retired from her job as a senior operating department practitioner in the UK earlier this year. Her field was trauma and accident and emergency and she has served on major catastrophe teams around the UK. Lizzie publishes Underground Medic on the topic of preparedness.