Smithfield and Our Troubled Future – CounterPunch.org

In 2009, there were suspicions that a Smithfield plant in Perote, Mexico might have triggered the Swine Flu epidemic. It was small potatoes compared to COVID-19. Only 1000 people were infected, with 68 deaths. The Mexico City newspaper La Jornada quoted health officials who concluded that the original carrier was in the “clouds of flies” that thrived in Smithfield’s manure lagoons. More…DO YOU THINK THOSE…”FLIES” JUST HANG OUT AROUND THE PITS…OR…DO THEY FLY WHERE EVER THEY WANT…BETTER KEEP YOUR WINDOWS CLOSED…! OOPS…!

Source: Smithfield and Our Troubled Future – CounterPunch.org

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