Thursday, December 15, 2011

Food weapons

.Where did the e.coli come from?

The e.coli that erupted in Germany not long ago?

The most likely explanation of where this strain of e.coli was bioengineered is that the drug giants came up with it in their own labs. 

Who else has access to all the antibiotics and equipment needed to manage the targeted mutations of potentially thousands of e.coli colonies?

The drug companies are uniquely positioned to both carry out this plot and profit from it. 

In other words, they have the means and the motive to engage in precisely such actions.

Aside from the drug companies, perhaps only the infectious disease regulators themselves have this kind of laboratory capacity. 

The CDC, for example, could probably pull this off if they really wanted to.

The proof that somebody bio engineered this e.coli strain is written right in the DNA of the bacteria. 

That's forensic evidence, and what it reveals cannot be denied. 

This strain underwent repeated and prolonged exposure to eight different classes of antibiotics, and then it somehow managed to appear in the food supply. 

How do you get to that if not through a well-planned scheme carried out by rogue scientists? 

There is no such thing as "spontaneous mutation" into a strain that is resistant to the top eight classes of brand-name antibiotic drugs being sold by Big Pharma today. 

Such mutations have to be deliberate.

Once again, if you disagree with this assessment, then what you're saying is that no, it wasn't done deliberately........... it happened accidentally!

And if that were so that's even scarier!  

Because that means the antibiotic contamination of our world is now at such an extreme level of overkill that a strain of e.coli in the wild can be saturated with eight different classes of antibiotics to the point where it naturally develops into its own deadly superbug. 

If that's what people believe, then that's almost a scarier theory than the bioengineering explanation!
A new era has begun: Bioweapons in your food.
But in either case -- no matter what you believe -- the simple truth is that the world is now facing a new era of global superbug strains of bacteria that can't be treated with any known pharmaceutical. 

They can all, of course, be readily killed with colloidal silver, which is just possibly why the FDA and world health regulators have continuously attacked colloidal silver companies over the last many years: 

They can't have the public getting their hands on natural antibiotics that really work, now can they?. 
That would defeat the whole purpose of making everybody sick in the first place.
In fact, these strains of e.coli superbugs can be quite readily treated with a combination of natural full-spectrum antibiotics from plants such as garlic, ginger, onions and medicinal herbs. 
On top of that, probiotics can help balance the flora of the digestive tract and "crowd out" the deadly e.coli that might happen by. 
A healthy immune system and well-functioning digestive tract can fight off an e.coli superbug infection, but that's yet another fact the medical community is not so keen for you to know. 
It is much more desirable that people remain helpless uninformed victims or is it consumers? 
A simple age old strategy is to create the problem, then offer the solution
Unfortunately for the public the solutions they offer are not very effective.
But there again from a Big Pharma point of view if my solution is not very effective then I can always sell you another one, and another.
Particularly if you have no choice because natural options have been successfully banned
Nearly all the deaths now attributable to this e.coli outbreak were easily and readily avoidable. 
These are deaths of ignorance. 
They may also be deaths in the opening salvo of food-based bioweapons
Unleashed by either a group of mad scientists or an agenda-driven institution that has declared war on the human population.

• "The German variant of E coli, known as O104, is a hybrid of the strains that can cause bloody diarrhoea and kidney damage called 'hemolytic uremic syndrome'." 

• A total of ten European nations reported outbreaks of this e.coli strain, mostly from people who had visited northern Germany.

• The following story is in German, and it hints that the e.coli outbreak might have been a terrorist attack ( 
Why of course, a terrorist attack how convenient!
But by whom? 
Not many terrorists have the know how or ability to create such a strain of e.coli.
Drug companies do though.
They also have a motive.
There are some scary people out there.

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