Its not the strongest, most intelligent species that will survive but the ones that can quickly adapt will" - Charles Darwin
It was MRSA but today we call these microorganisms superbugs! because we have bacteria, numerous viruses, fungus, TB, Malaria and even head lice are resistant (cannot be killed) to chemicals and drugs. They produce a nightmare of infectious diseases that are progressively overwhelming us, heralding a potential worldwide crisis on our doorstep!
No matter how rich, clean, dirty, poor, famous and powerful you are the Universe will make us beg for mercy. This is not a war that we may never win but we must all stay positive and prevent a major crisis of the 21st century.
Antibiotics (Penicillin, Tetracycline, Erythromycin, Azithromycin, Clarithromycin, Nitrofurantoin, Flucloxacilline, Methacillin, Cephalosporin, Vancomycin), Anti-TB drugs, Anti-malaria, Anti-fungal (Cotrimoxazole, Miconazol) and Anti-viral (Acyclovir) and other drugs seemed to promise a cure for infections, but new generations of micro-organisms that we cannot see have now outwit remedies.
We are now entering the "Pre-Antibiotic Era". The average of life expectancy will soon start declining from 80 years to 50 years, so we may start seeing our children die before we do!!!!
How will humanity cope?
Who Can Help?
"YOU" are the one who can and must help your family and yourself.
When Ebola infection spread in West Africa, the WHO did not consider this as a major threat for eight months. More than 50% of people who died are healthcare workers resulting in a major shortage of people who could help. This is not a one off infection that will never happen again.
They produce a nightmare of infectious diseases that are progressively overwhelming us, heralding a potential worldwide crisis on our doorstep!
These powerful bugs are our invisible enemies, seemingly spreading everywhere. Twelve bacterias that cannot be killed with antiseptics and antibiotics are lurking in hospitals and healthcare facilities, and colonizing our communities; schools, sports facilities, prisons, our farm animals and even on our pets and in our food. These bugs have become killing machines, because increasingly we have little left with which to fight them. The bugs are winning, and science simply cannot keep up.
So where is all this leading? Should we be worried about superbugs and the threat they pose to our collective well-being? NO!! you must be "Petrified" What does the future hold with regard to infectious disease, and can any one shed any light on the subject?
No, you have to be prepared, learn all about infections and do all that you can to avoid getting infected!!!
We have published two books, created Apps and software for doctors to create their own Dr Maya and get connected to patients in your town. Using the network, doctors can send messages to people like you in fraction of a second so that you will know when and where the infection is spreading. The only option is to avoid contact...
Most impressive features of developed societies in the 20th century has been the remarkable advance in human health brought about by medical science. We have seen how World Health Organisation (WHO) and doctors claimed to have completely eradication some infectious diseases, like smallpox, diphtheria, cholera and polio. These are diseases that wreaked life, widespread misery, suffering and death.
Some 300 million people died during the 20th century alone from smallpox and staphylococcus aureus infection after Spanish flu killed one in three people living on earth in 1918. In 1979 the WHO declared free of the disease after concerted efforts to eradicate it paid off. No new cases have been recorded since that time but soon we will encounter similar infections that can wipe out generations.
We have struggled, suffered and endowed pain because we were honest, shared our concern that was not welcome by members of our own profession, people in power, pharmaceutical, equipment and device manufacturers.
Unfortunately this callous attitude will soon result in closure of hospitals, healthcare centres, drug manufacturers chemists, hospital equipment suppliers, device manufacturers resulting in mass un-employment and death due to spreading infections.
THE RISE OF SUPERBUGS
Initially, the scientific community was euphoric at the prospect that infectious diseases could be banished permanently. Because of the impact of new anti-microbial agents, infection rates were plummeting and spectacular progress seemed to take place.
It was tantalizing to imagine that pandemics from the past might never be repeated. For example, the Black Death killed 30 - 60 percent of Europe's population in the 14th century (maybe 100 million people) and the 1918 Great Influenza pandemic killed upwards of 50 million people around the world at the end of the First World War.
Spanish flu in 1918-19 killed 330 millions and wiped out 1/3 of humans living on earth. The life expectancy was only 40 years before the discovery of antibiotics and so we anticipate 330 people will die in 250 days because the rate of spread is 50 times faster (due to air travel) in the Post-Antibiotic era.
But the new anti-microbial agents did not prove to be all-powerful for very long; in 1928 the first "miracle drug," a fungus called penicillin, was discovered. Adept at killing bacteria such as staphylococcus and streptococcus, and those that caused diphtheria, pneumonia and meningitis, penicillin was widely used from around 1943. Almost immediately, with the increasingly widespread use, resistance to the drug began to develop.
A new family of penicillin-type drugs was rapidly developed, including one called methicillin in 1960. Within one year, a strain of staphylococcus resistant to methicillin appeared and became known as MRSA. Today we have strains of MRSA that are resistant to virtually all antibiotics. They have developed numerous other characteristics that make them true killer bugs, the scourge of hospitals and communities around the world.
Today, there are resistant strains impacting most diseases, including tuberculosis, which kills 2 million people a year, mainly in developing countries. It is thought that a third of the world's population is infected with TB, and some 20 percent involves drug resistant superbugs. Other examples of resistant bacteria are those producing salmonella and E-Coli infections, tetanus, whooping cough and cholera.
DEFEATING THE BUGS
Advances in science and technology enabled us to understand the dangerous microbes that cause disease and death. A formidable arsenal of anti-microbial defenses, such as vaccines, anti-virals and anti-bacterials (antibiotics), was successfully deployed to kill. This may have led us to believe we won a "War with tiny microscopic organisms with great success but the ongoing war against infectious diseases continued.
Like the saying "Nero Fiddle While Rome Burned", our leaders turned their deaf ears to doctors like us and probably spent million to gag and silence them and so now the situation is far worse than we contemplated. We have no options but to face the tsunami of bugs with our hands tied. The microorganisms bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites have found ways to fight back.
Progressively, they have proven adept at eluding our attacks; they have discovered how to outwit our anti-microbial arsenal by building resistance to it; they have developed ever more potent toxins. Indeed, the more bacteria are placed under attack the more active they become, mutating and modifying their genetic structure.
WHAT THE EXPERTS SAY
The World Health Organisation (WHO) fact sheet summarizes the truly sobering realities now impacting global health, including: "Antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest threats to global health today. It can affect anyone, of any age, in any country. A growing list of infections—such as pneumonia, tuberculosis, blood poisoning and gonorrhea—are becoming harder, and sometimes impossible, to treat as antibiotics become less effective.
The world urgently needs to change the way we prescribe and use antibiotics. Even if new medicines are developed, without behavior change, antibiotic resistance will remain a major threat. Without urgent action, we are heading for a post-antibiotic era, in which common infections and minor injuries can once again kill" (emphasis ours).
WHO named twelve bacteria that are colonised in majority of hospitals in USA. These bacteria are existing in every country and so likely to be in hospitals in your country. We anticipated this to occur in a decade but it looks as if we were wrong. The reason this warning is important because people who visit or get treatment in hospitals may get infected and die.
People we spoke to, think we are wrong (we wish we were), and so do not believe its true. since 1989, we have been sharing information and warning drug companies, healthcare providers, doctors and device manufactures and bacteria that will bring an end of healthcare profession but they did nothing and so we failed.
SIMPLE PRINCIPLES TO AVOID DISEASE
Although human history has been dominated by infectious diseases, and they are still the leading cause of death in developing countries, pathogenic bugs are actually quite rare. If our immune systems remain strong through adequate and suitable nutrition, and we are paying close attention to proper sanitation and hygiene,these will go a long way to protect us from infection.
New Testament Church has explained how improved housing, reduced infectious diseases, even before antibiotics were available.
Hindu Bhramins, created "Untouchables" and prevented people who clear night soil enter their house and drink water from the same well. Mahatma Gandhi, criticised this and now it looks as if we have to start identify and isolate infected people to help protect out family and friends. Various religions have explained similar methods to prevent spreading infections that kill, long before Antibiotics were invented.
WHAT RELIGIOUS BOOKS SAY
When we were searching for information and doing research we stumbled across more information published by relegious institution warning about this threat than medical literatures. They also suggested methods to reduce infection spreading. Bacteria have lived on earth for more than 3.5 Billion years and are our ancestors, because they created us and are taking care of us 24/7, 365 days until we die.
People have been made to believe bacteria kill, but there are billions of bacteria that are in and on our body helping us survive. Antibiotics will kill these friendly bacteria and allow superbugs to colonise and so must stop abusing antibiotics and allow friendly bacteria fight the superbug and help us survive.
Strictly quarantine those who are carrying infectious diseases
Observe the food laws instituted to protect us from illness and disease
Looking after our diets keeps our immune systems strong.
Control the spread of disease by meticulous attention to hygiene
Be careful about sanitation and the removal of excrement.
Keep yourself and your environment as clean as you can.
Use running water for washing hands, bodies and clothing.
Wash our hands thoroughly before and after any risk of infection.
Use old-fashioned soap and water can succeed and not chemicals or antiseptics to kill friendly bacteria
Minimize negative thinking, and focus instead on the positive. Instead of dwelling on problems, focus on solutions.
Pervasive negative thoughts can manifest themselves in physical ways, including illness.
Avoid misplaced ideology and selfish desires for conquest, which will inevitably lead to conflict and war.
War leads to physical and social disruption, which in turn produces famine and disease.
Devine message "Identify, Infected Individual and Isolate Them" and not "Kill Conquer And Rule"
Time has come when planet Earth is so ravaged by disease that no amount of "self-help" will suffice. Only those who put their trust in the Universe and seek divine healing will be spared from the worst that is to come. Divine healing is not a last-resort step for those who have not taken all the other steps; it is the foundation on which all other healing rests.
Do your best to protect yourself, trust and help us because we are a family of physicians who faceed threats or reprisals resulting from a refusal to condone antibiotic abuse and all forms of cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment that helped resistant bacteria multiply and create an army that threaten our very existence.
"Antibiotic resistance is a worldwide problem. New forms of antibiotic resistance can cross international boundaries and spread between continents with ease. Many forms of resistance spread with remarkable speed. World health leaders have described antibiotic-resistant microorganisms as 'nightmare bacteria' that 'pose a catastrophic threat' to people in every country in the world" (Dr. Tom Frieden. Antibiotic Resistance Threats in the USA, 2013, p. 11).
"We are losing the battle against infectious diseases. Bacteria are fighting back and are becoming resistant to modern medicine. In short the drugs don't work!" (Professor Dame Sally Davies. The Drugs Don't Work—A Global Threat, Penguin, 2013, p. viii).
Did you catch the importance and urgency of these words? Approaching a "post-antibiotic era" … Killed by "common infections and minor injuries"… "The world urgently needs to change" … "Anyone can be affected, anywhere" … "nightmare bacteria" … "catastrophic threat"… "The drugs don't work." All this suggests that we are in deep trouble. A crisis is upon us and we are running out of time and the ability to defend ourselves. - Margaret Chan, Director-General of the World Health Organization.
"Antimicrobial resistance has become a major health and medical crisis and likely to kill more people than terrorist, war and global warming". The current trend will rapidly continue, because scientists and doctors are now desperate and getting large amounts of funds to test lethal drugs, viruses and performing un-ethical research. This will soon bring an abrupt halt and end of modern medicine as we know it. Hospitals and healthcare centres are likely to be no go area for people and so, you must be prepared to manage your illness.
DISEASE, EPIDEMICS & PANDEMICS YET TO COME
Will we lose the battle against infectious diseases, or will humanity yet find ways to decisively deal with superbugs?
We hope that medical research will make breakthroughs, knowing science will be overtaken by events. Superbugs are relentlessly growing stronger and more ubiquitous. They have broken out and will soon afflict our expanding world population with devastating pandemics that we are simply unable to contain. And, in fact, this is what has been prophesied for centuries in the pages of your Bible, Quran and Hinduism. "A time will come when no amount of medical intervention will be able to stop the on rush of disease and death afflicting mankind".
Every relegious literature describ various signs that would herald and predict return of God to planet Earth. They would include wars, famines and pestilences (disease or plague). But Matthew adds that these are (only) the "beginning of sorrows" (v. 8). Indeed, these three signs have been features throughout most of human history. But, the account suggests these are factors that will worsen over time. Unprecedented series of events that signal the end of humanity's rule over planet Earth and the outpouring of God's intervention in world affairs. It is a time of such great trouble that unless Universe intervened, all life would be extinguished from the earth
These four scourges ravish "the fourth part of the earth." This phrase carries the chilling connotation that one out of four human beings on planet Earth will die at this time. If so, the loss of life would be truly "off the scale" and unprecedented in all of human history. Interestingly, Scripture does not tell us the precise size of the "wild beasts" that will kill so many human beings. Superbugs remind us that the tiniest microorganism may prove just as deadly as the largest carnivore!
Hinduism has clearly explained the problem humanity will encounter and solution to protect the innocent must have been documented. Unfortunately, we were unable to find solution to this "Major 21st Century Crisis" because some literatures and artefacts were destroyed by invaders who ruled India for centuries.
BUT HERE IS THE GOOD NEWS!
In 2013, we were bombarded by a flashing image that we could not understand and so started looking for answers. Majority of innovations, advances in knowledge and science occurred following a vision. We believe it is important not to through harmful chemicals or drugs that kill the friendly micro-organisms that have lived on earth for more than three billions of years. We must learn to "Live & Let Live" and help them fight their battle and kill superbugs.
Since 1950, doctors claimed to cure cancer, perform transplant surgery, plastic surgery, neuro-surgery, IVF fight or prevent infections, but soon this will come to a grilling halt. Even pin or thorn prick, cuts, wounds, shaving legs, beard, axilla and pubic area can result in skin infections that we cannot cure and may result in sepsis and death