> Inevitable for intensive farming where animals are not healthy
> (health is when a organism is able to fight of any disease) but are
> kept in stressfull situations.
I think you are in some edenic dream-state. It is quite natural,
especially in less developed countries that practice less intensive
farming (and less intensive sanitation), for humans and domestic animals
to be thoroughly colonized by all manner of parasites (Lice, amoebas,
Giardia, screwworms, nematodes, tapeworms, Brucellosis, Tuberculosis,
Cholera, you name it).
> After that the meat is handled lots of
> times and still not in very clean conditions (I don't think EU is
> then the US)
I'll take EU or US standards of cleanliness over the rest of the world.
> On the other hand people are overprotected, they also don't
> build a proper working immunesystem against germs because everything
> overcleaned for germs (it is made into a westernworldwide fobia)
> while (safe?) chemicals are everywhere.
Have you ever had amoebic dysentery? Felt the watery shit run down your
leg? When was the last time you had lice? Ever see a screwworm emerge
from your face in the mirror? It is quite natural to die.
I understand the biochemistry of irradiation and parasitism. Explain to
me why you would want to eat viable E. coli or Salmonella rather than
irradiated meat? Of course, YOU can go to an "organic" boutique and buy
a free-range game hen. But most people in the world don't have that
Please excuse my passion. I don't mean to insult you. I just can't
figure out where you get ideas so disconnected from nature.
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