“There is no need for the pharmaceutical companies to covertly engage in genocide in Africa. The Africans are doing an excellent job of genocide on themselves.”
Barbados Free Press
Grape Hall, Barbados
There was a letter in the Daily Nation of September 30, 2014, entitled: “Ebola a weapon of mass destruction?” written by Mr. Leonard St.Hill. The gist of what he had to say is as follows: he advises that the absence of speculation (presumably its origins) over Ebola virus raises some suspicion.
He goes on to state “that too many epidemics in Africa seem to have the effect of weapons of mass destruction which can result in genocide.” He concludes that Africa is serving as a laboratory where the pharmaceutical (western) industry, use native Africans as test subjects to ascertain the efficacy of the pathogen and antidote, whilst making a financial killing.
In the past in your newspapers, I have stated that persons should always stick to their areas of technical expertise and that the majority of Barbadians are scientific illiterates. Mr. St. Hill falls under both headings. He displays gross ignorance of microbiology and biotechnology and is guilty of disseminating false innuendos to an uninitiated public.
The major pharmaceutical companies have little interest in doing research into little known tropical diseases. The returns on their investment are not worth it. The people of Africa are too poor and cannot afford the cost of a complete regimen of treatment. Continue reading
Dengue is serious business, and a secondary infection can be a disaster shutting down the liver or damaging the heart.
That’s serious business alright.
Epidemic Dengue is also serious business when it comes to tourism and the economy.
So what is the government doing about a spectacular 300% increase in cases?
It should be a national emergency, but all I see is the same old, same old.
Some things never change.
Filed under Barbados, Health
Suckwells, well, suck!
Billy and Melinda Gates are doing something truly wonderful with all that Windows95 money you sent them: they are trying to find a better way to dispose of your poop.
Barbados should really really really be into this challenge. After all, this small island doesn’t have much of a buffer between you sitting on the toilet and the drinking water that comes out of your kitchen faucet.
If that sounds yucky, it’s only because it’s closer to the truth than we like to be reminded of.
Watch the video, then stop by Bill’s personal blog and take a look.
Bill Gates: Inventing a Toilet for the 21st Century
UPDATE: Hans Rausing lived with wife’s dead body for up to a week!
£15million mansion “drug den, living in squalor’
“Eva Rausing, the wife of an heir to the Tetra Pak fortune, may have lay dead for up to a week in a bedroom at the couple’s £50m central London home, it emerged yesterday.” The Independent
“It was total squalor. Really messy. You wouldn’t believe they were billionaires. It shows the effects of drugs. They couldn’t look after themselves or their house. They only used two rooms despite having dozens. It’s very sad indeed.” Mail Online
Seven years ago…
(Hans & Eva Rausing photo used with permission: Copyright – www.donfeatures.com)
A few weeks ago…
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Photos courtesy of Mail Online: The shocking decline of the TetraPak billionaire and his wife.
BFP: Eva Rausing found dead. Husband Hans Kristian Rausing arrested.
Call upon Barbados Ministry of Health to ban meat glue use
Have you heard about meat glue? I hadn’t until an old friend sent Barbados Free Press the above YouTube video. It is a common practice where scraps of meat are glued together so they mimic prime cuts, and it’s not confined to beef: pork, chicken and lamb are also subject to this trickery.
According to the video report, the enzymes used to perform this are dangerous and the meat ‘cuts’ created by this process can have over a hundred times the bacteria content of ‘real’ meat cuts. That’s important if that nice looking steak you ordered ‘rare’ is actually formed with multiple scraps of meat.
This white powder sold by the kilo, is the meat industry’s dirty little secret, secret because it is hazardous to your health! Meat glue makes pieces of beef, lamb, chicken or fish that would normally be thrown out stick together so closely that it looks like a solid piece of meat. Continue reading
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What does “low risk of liability” for doctors mean for medical patients?
Dear Barbados Free Press,
I saw in the news the other day that the Barbados government is partnering with an American company to build new medical tourism facilities on the site of the St. Joseph Hospital. The news story and the press release sound like this could be an opportunity for Barbados but only if enough investors and medical professionals come on board.
The American World Clinics website is straightforward saying that Barbados is the company’s first project, and lists many reasons why Barbados would be a good place for medical professionals and to build a medical tourism industry. One of the listed reasons puzzles me though…
The American World Clinics press release and the website say that Barbados is a good place for medical professionals because “Barbados is friendly for medical practice and features low risk of liability…”
What does this “low risk of liability” mean, exactly?
We know it takes ten and fifteen years for civil lawsuits to be heard in our court system. What about medical malpractice lawsuits? Would a medical malpractice lawsuit take ten or fifteen years to resolve in the Barbados courts? If the Barbados government is a partner with American World Clinics, can a patient rely upon the Barbados government and the courts in a dispute?
The question that really needs answering is “If Barbados features ‘low risk of liability’ for physicians, does that mean it features a higher risk for international medical tourism patients?”
Also I would like to know about the medical certification procedures in Barbados and what body will oversee the clinics to ensure that compliance with medical standards is acceptable? What are the medical standards in Barbados?
(name withheld by BFP) Continue reading
You just know that Josef Mengele must be proud as hell that British scientists have adopted his values…
“UK SCIENTISTS have created more than 150 human-animal hybrid embryos in British laboratories.
The hybrids have been produced in secret over the past three years by researchers looking into possible cures for a wide range of diseases.
The revelation comes a day after a committee of scientists warned of a nightmare Planet of the Apes scenario in which work on human-animal creations goes too far…”
… from the Herald Sun article: Labs grow human-animal hybrids
Barbados must remember…
When Owen Arthur announced that our country would be the “stem cell center of the world”, it ended very badly with the cells of murdered Ukrainian babies being shipped here for research and cosmetic use.
Science and medicine without controls, ethics or morality always degenerates into evil.
Further Reading from BFP’s past articles…
The Thriving Fetal Body Parts Industry In Barbados
“The Government of Barbados has some serious explaining to do about how it climbed into bed with an organization that is now accused of murdering newborn infants for their body organs.”
from the BFP article The Nation Newspaper Tackles Barbados Clinic – Baby Murder Story
Not pretty, but a compelling read for any who have doubts about whether Barbados should be allowing medical companies to do what they wish in our country – simply because they bring in foreign exchange funds…
BFP: BREAKING – BBC Has Video: Healthy Ukrainian Newborns Murdered For Body Parts – Destination Barbados Clinic
BFP: The Nation Newspaper Tackles Barbados Clinic – Baby Murder Story
BFP: How Much Money Did Barbados Labour Party Receive From Stem Cell Clinic?
BFP: Barbados Clinic Baby Murder Scandal
Filed under Ethics, Health