On February 25, 2021, a publication entitled “Could Africa’s taste for bushmeat trigger the next pandemic? Written bySilja Fröhlich, a German journalist, appeared as an online publication in a German newspaper DW.com (Deutsche Welle). Reference: https://www.dw.com/en/could-africas-taste-for-bushmeat-trigger-the-next-pandemic/a-56696576
The publication further explains that “Bushmeat is considered a virus vector and a cause of countless diseases. But the problem goes far beyond the consumption of bat stew and the next pandemic is already lurking.”
I want to challenge the author that her article is full of lies, deception, and misleading because there is no bushmeat in Africa that triggers a pandemic.
Where did she have such information or scientific research based on eating bushmeat in Africa can trigger a pandemic?
Silja Fröhlich, are you the kind of the so-called false health writers paid to write false information about diseases, such as Ebola, trumpeted caused by bushmeat, primates, bats, etc, while the disease is a biological weapon engineered from the laboratory of the US government?
Nobody is forcing deceptive health writers to write the truth about biological weapons or man-made diseases in Africa but for God sake, writers should stop writing such false health news because such news doesn’t educate the people.
After all, European and other people in many countries have stinky delicacies, including cheese that stinks like a ‘shit,’ when they eat them does any epidemic break?
Above all, before the vaccine of malaria, was discovered, the only disease on the African continent is malaria, so where did HIV, Aids, Ebola Nodding disease, Kaposi’s sarcoma and Burkitt’s lymphoma come from?
This is the question we have asked the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control, over and over, yet, they have failed to give us an answer, why because all the afore-mentioned diseases were man-made or biological weapons to trigger diseases.
Silja Fröhlich, either you have been paid to write such a false article or you are just a shallow-minded writer.
If the first suits you, then stop taking money and quit writing false articles about man-made diseases in Africa or if the second suits you, then go back to school because it’s very embarrassing to read such articles when even illiterates know that there are no bushmeats that trigger diseases in Africa.