Eating Pigs *Does* Cause Swine Flu, and here’s why.

Posted on May 13, 2009

Despite claims that pork is safe, everyone needs to know that eating pigs (pork, bacon and the rest) does in fact cause swine flu.

From the WHO FAQ on the new hybrid influenza strain:

Is it safe to eat pork and pork products?

Yes. influenza A(H1N1) has not been shown to be transmissible to people through eating properly handled and prepared pork (pig meat) or other products derived from pigs. The influenza A(H1N1) virus is killed by cooking temperatures of 160°F/70°C, corresponding to the general guidance for the preparation of pork and other meat.

Yes, the flu is not contracted during or after the act of eating. But nevertheless eating pork causes these viral mutations which occur in the countless industrial farming locations, in which dirty and overcrowded animals pumped with antibiotics become training grounds for superbugs.

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