the Health Ranger
Even as the veggie blame game is now
under way across the EU, where a super resistant strain of e.coli is
sickening patients and filling hospitals in Germany, virtually no
one is talking about how e.coli could have magically become
resistant to eight different classes of antibiotic drugs and then
suddenly appeared in the food supply.
This step has now been done (see below),
and when you look at the genetic decoding of this O104 strain now
threatening food consumers across the EU, a fascinating picture
emerges of how it must have come into existence.
In addition, this O104 strain posses an ability to produce special enzymes that give it what might be called "bacteria superpowers" known technically as ESBLs:
And why do they make doctors shudder?
Because they're so deadly that many people infected with such
bacteria experience critical organ failure and simply die.
The surviving colonies are now resistant
to both penicillin and tetracycline. You then expose them to a sulfa
drug and collect the surviving colonies from that, and so on. It is
a process of genetic selection done in a laboratory with a desired
outcome. This is essentially how some bioweapons are engineered by
the U.S. Army in
its laboratory facility in Ft. Detrick,
For example, if this bacteria originated
in the food (as we've been told), then where did it acquire all this
antibiotic resistance given the fact that antibiotics are not used
While resistance to a single antibiotic is common, the creation of a strain of e.coli that's resistant to eight different classes of antibiotics - in combination - simply defies the laws of genetic permutation and combination in the wild. Simply put, this superbug e.coli strain could not have been created in the wild.
And that leaves only one explanation for
where it really came from: the lab.
If you disagree with that conclusion -
and you're certainly welcome to - then you are forced to conclude
that this octobiotic superbug (immune to eight classes of
antibiotics) developed randomly on its own... and that conclusion is
far scarier than the "bioengineered" explanation because it means
octobiotic superbugs can simply appear anywhere at any time
cause. That would be quite an exotic theory indeed.
What would that purpose be? It's
obvious, I hope.
The FDA relied on the same phenomenon in the USA when pushing for its recent "Food Safety Modernization Act" which essentially outlaws small family organic farms unless they lick the boots of FDA regulators.
The FDA was able to crush farm freedom in America by piggybacking on the widespread fear that followed e.coli outbreaks in the U.S. food supply. When people are afraid, remember, it's not difficult to get them to agree to almost any level of regulatory tyranny.
And making people afraid of their food
is a simple matter... a few government press releases emailed to the
mainstream media news affiliates is all it takes.
Now that all these herbs and supplements
are outlawed, the next step is to make people afraid of fresh food,
too. That's because fresh vegetables are medicinal, and as long as
the public has the right to buy fresh vegetables, they can always
Do you recall which country was targeted in this recent e.coli scare? Spain. Why Spain?
You may recall that leaked cables from
Wikileaks revealed that Spain resisted the introduction of GMOs into
its agricultural system, even as the U.S. government covertly
threatened political retaliation for its resistance. This false
blaming of Spain for the e.coli deaths is probably
retaliation for Spain's unwillingness to jump
on the GMO bandwagon.
It's one of the subplots being pursued alongside
this e.coli superbug scheme.
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.
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.
And again, I'm saying 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!
They can all, of course, be readily
colloidal silver, which is exactly why the FDA and world
health regulators have viciously attacked colloidal silver companies
all these years: They can't have the public getting its hands on
natural antibiotics that really work, you see. That would defeat the
whole purpose of making everybody sick in the first place.
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 doesn't
want you to know. They much prefer you to remain a helpless victim
lying in the hospital, waiting to die, with no options available to
you. That's "modern medicine" for you. They cause the problems that
they claim to treat, and then they won't even treat you with
anything that works in the first place.
But even more, they may also be deaths
from a new era of food-based bioweapons unleashed by either a group
of mad scientists or an agenda-driven institution that has
war on the human population.