Deadly E. coli strain bioengineered to attack food supply and cause fatalities

As more and more people are hit by the E.coli infection in Europe, it’s quite noticeable that the mainstream media’s been downplaying the mysterious and sudden appearance of this strain of E. coli in the food supply – and the alarming fact that it’s also become magically resistant to eight different classes of antibiotics.

This particular E. coli variation is a member of the O104 strain, and O104 strains are almost never (normally) resistant to antibiotics. In order for them to acquire this resistance, they must be repeatedly exposed to antibiotics to provide the “mutation pressure” that would make them immune to the drug.

So, what’s the origin of this?

Decoding the history of the O104 strain

When scientists at Germany’s Robert Koch Institute decoded the genetic makeup of the O104 strain, they found it to be resistant to all the following classes and combinations of antibiotics:

• penicillins
• tetracycline
• nalidixic acid
• trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazol
• cephalosporins
• amoxicillin / clavulanic acid
• piperacillin-sulbactam
• piperacillin-tazobactam

In addition, this particular strain also possessed “bacteria superpowers” in the form of extended-spectrum beta-lactamases (ESBLs), which are described as “enzymes that can be produced by bacteria, making them resistant to cephalosporins e.g. cefuroxime, cefotaxime and ceftazidime – which are the most widely used antibiotics in many hospitals.”

On top of that, this O104 strain also possesses two genes – TEM-1 and CTX-M-15 – that are so deadly that many people infected with them immediately experience critical organ failure and die.

Bioengineering a fatal superbug

So, how, exactly, does a bacterial strain that’s resistant to over a dozen antibiotics, in addition to having two deadly gene mutations, come into existence?

The fact is, there’s really only one way this could ever happen – you have to expose this strain of E. coli to all eight classes of antibiotics drugs. Creating a strain of E. coli that’s resistant to eight classes of antibiotics requires repeated, sustained exposure to all those antibiotics. Logically speaking, can this happen all by itself in the natural world? Can this E. coli acquire its immunity without outside intervention?

When considering the genetic evidence that now confronts us, it’s quite difficult to imagine how this could happen “in the wild.” 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 simply defies the laws of genetic permutation and combination in the wild.

To put it simply: This superbug E. coli strain was created not by nature, but by human intervention.

Cause a problem, then provide a “solution”

The evidence now points to the fact that this deadly strain of E. coli was engineered and then either released into the food supply, or somehow escaped from a lab and inadvertently entered the food supply. Come to think of it, the former actually makes more sense.

If you look at it at a problem, reaction and solution framework, the pieces of the puzzle would come together perfectly. As befittingly detailed by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, one must:

“First cause a PROBLEM (a deadly strain of e.coli in the food supply). Then wait for the public REACTION (huge outcry as the population is terrorized by e.coli). In response to that, enact your desired SOLUTION (total control over the global food supply and the outlawing of raw sprouts, raw milk and raw vegetables).”

In the US, the FDA relied on the same tactic through its “Food Safety Modernization Act.” Basically, 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.

Remember: When people are afraid, it’s really not too difficult to get them to agree to almost any level of regulatory tyranny.

Ban natural medicine and attack the food supply

Furthermore, we must note that this E. coli outbreak made itself known just after the EU ban on medicinal herbs and nutritional supplements – a ban that outlaws nutritional therapies that help keep people healthy and free from disease. 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 prevent disease.

However, if you can make people stay away from fresh vegetables – or even outlaw them altogether – then you can force the entire population onto a diet of processed foods that promote degenerative diseases, which would, in turn, bolster the profits of the powerful drug companies.

It’s all part of the same agenda, you see: Keep people sick, deny them access to healing herbs and supplements, then profit from their suffering at the hands of the global drug cartels.

Does it all somehow make sense to you now?

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