Bogey of superbug

via GSK Menon published on August 13, 2010

The bogey of “superbug” is doing the rounds everywhere. This appears to be a calculated mischief to control the flow of patients coming to India for medical treatment. As is well known, medical treatment costs a fortune in Europe & America. It is a well organised racket involving hospitals/doctors and insurance companies, and it is a billion dollar industry. By coming to India these racketeers get deprived of millions of dollars.

Now that the developed world is struggling under the consequences of
unbridled capitalist greed and the perils of excessive materialism, the
poor and average whites are unable to afford reasonable medical
treatment. India was seen as a viable option giving quality medical
treatment at a fraction of the cost of what is given in Europe &
America. This has endangered the medical profession there. The flow of
patients can be stopped only if a fear psychosis is created about

The timing of the arrival of the superbug is absolutely suspicious. How
and on what basis has one ruled out that there are no superbugs in other
countries, or whether this NDM-1 didn’t actually originate in the UK,
for example? On what basis are they concluding that superbugs are the
residents of Indian hospitals only? How to believe such crap?

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