Thursday, 11 May 2017

Ever more allergic and sick people. But African microbes will strengthen our children. 
It's also happening with the climate: sub-Saharan bacteria enrich the ecosystem

Just when you think you've seen the limits of leftist insanity, a new frontier is breached. This is the kind of article I might have written as an April fool. But, this time, it's real. A major Italian newspaper - La Stampa - publishes an article expressing gratitude to Africans for bringing new diseases and bacteria to Italy and Europe - because this increases microbial biodiversity! For real!
A clandestine migration is underway, imperceptible, but tumultuous and unstoppable. It crosses frontiers, moves from people or atmospheric events. Unloading on Europe - and on Italy which is its advance guard - millions of microbes, funghi, bacteria coming from Africa. But they don't seemed destined to destroy us. On the contrary, they may help us combat one of our worst - and neglected - afflictions: the loss of biodiversity, in the environment but especially in our body. 
We are being impoverished. Ever fewer bacteria, ever fewer varieties. In Florence, a team of researchers has for years been studying the microorganisms in our body, based on big data from DNA sequences. "The food industry and its processes, sanitisation, the mass use of antibiotics in farming has contributed to weakening many harmful agents, but it has ended up eradicating essential ones," reveals Duccio Cavalieri, professor in the department of Biology at the University of Florence. "Probiotics are an example. We buy them to reintroduce into our body elements that were once present naturally." 
Having eliminated funghi, bacteria, microbes is contributing to the explosion of auto-immune diseases, inflammations, allergies. 
...We have become fragile. Less rich. A richness that Africa, from which multitudes are trying to flee, abounds. The great migration, among its many effects, may conceal one that is little researched: millions of bacteria are invading Italy. In African populations there lurks a great quantity (and variety) of microrganisms that our world has lost.
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  6. Excellent way also, of course, to reduce the Caucasian population of Europe. Who knows, with any luck, we may even experience another bubonic plague. (Irony, if you need warning, in case your system is immune to it)

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  7. Earth is flat , resesrch it .

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    2. Yeah but if the Earth is flat then why haven't cats knocked everything off of it by now? Riddle me that professor.

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    3. Why don't you research and dig rabbit hole? Watch history of flat earth- Eric dubay

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  8. I read an American article years ago online about the problem doctors were experiencing in the Southwestern United States because the illegal aliens coming over the Mexican-US border were bringing diseases which American doctors could not even identify, let alone, treat positively. They had to quarantine these disease carriers. These strains of bacteria being brought into Europe aren't likely to strengthen our immune systems; they will more likely kill off the most vulnerable (babies, children, pregnant women, the elderly).

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