Australia’s Herald Sun is reporting:
«Mad cow disease could have been caused by cattle feed contaminated with human remains, an expert said yesterday.
Prof. Alan Colchester claims body parts in India, infected with a human form of the disease, may have become mixed with animal carcasses that were imported to Britain. In the 1960s and ‘70s, Britain imported hundreds of thousands of tonnes of ground-up animal parts to make feed and fertiliser. Half of it came from India. The theory overturns past views of how mad cow disease began.»
When my people come to power, all food will be made from nutrious and guilt-free seaweed