Three years ago, Dr. Arjun Srinivasan, associate director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), told PBS FRONTLINE: 
For a long time, there have been newspaper stories and magazine articles that asked ‘The end of antibiotics?’ Well, now I would say you can change the title to ‘The end of antibiotics, period.’
Indeed, experts have issued increasingly stern warnings about rising antibiotic resistance  for many years now, yet government authorities have been remarkably slow to act.
Despite Srinivasan’s declaration, the CDC still downplays the hazards of antibiotic resistance while the White House diverts billions of dollars toward combating false flag “emerging threats” like the Zika virus , the public health ramifications of which pale in comparison to the harm caused by drug resistant bacteria.
Why? Could it be because the drug industry benefits from continued use of antibiotics, just as it benefits from the Zika scaremongering? What can be said for sure is that these misplaced priorities do not serve the public’s best interest.