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PostSubject: Evidence emerges that European e.coli superbug was bioengineered    Mon Jun 06, 2011 7:22 am

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 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 in order to provide the "mutation pressure" that nudges them toward complete drug immunity.

So if you're curious about the origins of such a strain, you can essentially reverse engineer the genetic code of the e.coli and determine fairly accurately which antibiotics it was exposed to during its development. 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.

The genetic code reveals the history
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 O104 strain posses an ability to produce special enzymes that give it what might be called "bacteria superpowers" known technically as ESBLs:

"Extended-Spectrum Beta-Lactamases (ESBLs) are 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," explains the Health Protection Agency in the UK (http://www.hpa.org.uk/Topics/Infect...).

On top of that, this O104 strain possesses two genes -- TEM-1 and CTX-M-15 -- that "have been making doctors shudder since the 1990s," reports The Guardian (http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentis...). 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.

Bioengineering a deadly superbug
So how, exactly, does a bacterial strain come into existence that's resistant to over a dozen antibiotics in eight different drug classes and features two deadly gene mutations plus ESBL enzyme capabilities?

There's really only one way this happens (and only one way) -- you have to expose this strain of e.coli to all eight classes of antibiotics drugs. Usually this isn't done at the same time, of course: You first expose it to penicillin and find the surviving colonies which are resistant to penicillin. You then take those surviving colonies and expose them to tetracycline. 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, Maryland (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nation...).

Although the actual process is more complicated than this, the upshot is that creating a strain of e.coli that's resistant to eight classes of antibiotics requires repeated, sustained expose to those antibiotics. It is virtually impossible to imagine how this could happen all by itself in the natural world. 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 in vegetables?

When considering the genetic evidence that now confronts us, it is 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 -- 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.

Engineered and then released into the wild
The evidence now points to this deadly strain of e.coli being engineered and then either being released into the food supply or somehow escaping from a lab and entering the food supply inadvertently. 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 without cause. That would be quite an exotic theory indeed.

My conclusion actually makes more sense: This strain of e.coli was almost certainly engineered and then released into the food supply for a specific purpose. What would that purpose be? It's obvious, I hope.

It's all problem, reaction, solution at work here. 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).

That's what this is all about, of course. 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.

First ban the natural medicine, then attack the food supply
Now, remember: All this is happening on the heels of the EU ban on medicinal herbs and nutritional supplements -- a ban that blatantly 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.

But if you can make people AFRAID of fresh vegetables -- or even outlaw them altogether -- then you can force the entire population onto a diet of dead foods and processed foods that promote degenerative disease and 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.

GMOs play a similar role in all this, of course: They're designed to contaminate the food supply with genetic code that causes widespread infertility among human beings. And those who are somehow able to reproduce after exposure to GMOs still suffer from degenerative disease that enriches the drug companies from "treatment."

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. (http://www.naturalnews.com/030828_G...)

That's the real story behind the economic devastation of Spain's vegetable farmers. It's one of the subplots being pursued alongside this e.coli superbug scheme.

Food as weapons of war - created by Big Pharma?
By the way, 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 bioengineered 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 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!

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 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.

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 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 ya. 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.

Nearly all the deaths now attributable to this e.coli outbreak are easily and readily avoidable. These are deaths of ignorance. 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 declared war on the human population.


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PostSubject: Re: Evidence emerges that European e.coli superbug was bioengineered    Mon Jun 06, 2011 9:02 am

scratch strapped down


please note - this is an opinion...

ok..i want to speak to this a bit

first off e coli is a bacteria..and they morph all the time so for a super strain to appear is not a real shock
or a conspiracy...
not every blessed thing is a f***ing conspriacy for cryin out loud
the earth and the universe are progressing and evolving .. that spells C H A N G E
some things get stronger and adapt ..some things die

a couple of things may have contributed to this....in my opinion..

first off every living organism wants to live and if faced with whatever it is that trying to kill it..
the living things adapt - if they can..haven't we?

secondly..the sun rays have changed to much stronger..so that needs to be considers in the equation
and

thirdly
the means to grow food has also changed..they use plastic tunnels to grow in the colder places.
.and the stronger sun rays affect the plastic faster..breaking it down into a chemical nasty
that just may help the e coli in some way or inhibit whatever eats/kills/restrains bacteria

and sadly - fourth

humans are not healthy..even if they eat veggies



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PostSubject: Re: Evidence emerges that European e.coli superbug was bioengineered    Mon Jun 06, 2011 12:24 pm

Bacteria does morph, but this strain has been bio-engineered to resist all known used anti-biotics that are used to treat it. In other words, it's been done on purpose for a reason.

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PostSubject: Re: Evidence emerges that European e.coli superbug was bioengineered    Mon Jun 06, 2011 5:19 pm

you can't know that for sure...

most of the hospital 8 superstrains are such because of the use of antibiotics in the hospitals....
the structure of the dna only shows what it is resistant to and how that happens..not that some mad scientist did it
it probaly did it on it's own..believe me i worked in a lab for a number of years..and bacteria
can morph into a super strain very fast..and then it only takes a pair of unwashed hands or an uncovered shoe
or non working filter for that bacteria to travel

in the case of the veggies it could easily have been spread by the mail man..or some one like that - someone who
hits a lot of places
then from a tire to a shoe to a garden and pow..perfect op for the bateria to really grow..this is the natural world
way of movement and it happens all the time


so sorry you can't convince me no matter who writes this stuff that a mad scientist did it


now that doesn't mean that an incident or a super bug bacteria or anything negitive wouldn't be used
by the evil wanna bees to scare and frighten the populace
they will use anything and do

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PostSubject: Re: Evidence emerges that European e.coli superbug was bioengineered    Mon Jun 06, 2011 10:54 pm

answer this then....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 in vegetables?
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PostSubject: Re: Evidence emerges that European e.coli superbug was bioengineered    Tue Jun 07, 2011 5:49 am

i hope this helps because knowledge is power and e. coli has been around for a good long time and has morphed more than once as you can see..i

What Is
E. coli is a common type of bacteria that can get into food, like beef and vegetables. E. coli is short for the medical term Escherichia coli. The strange thing about these bacteria — and lots of other bacteria — is that they're not always harmful to you.

E. coli normally lives inside your intestines, where it helps your body break down and digest the food you eat. Unfortunately, certain types (called strains) of E. coli can get from the intestines into the blood. This is a rare illness, but it can cause a very serious infection.

Someone who has E. coli infection may have these symptoms:

•bad stomach cramps and belly pain
•vomiting
•diarrhea, sometimes with blood in it
One very bad strain of E. coli was found in fresh spinach in 2006 and some fast-food hamburgers in 1993. Beef can contain E. coli because the bacteria often infect cattle. It can be in meat that comes from cattle and it's also in their poop, called manure. Cow poop in your food? How does that happen? Not on purpose, of course, but it can happen if the manure is used for fertilizer (a common practice to help crops grow) or if water contaminated with E. coli is used to irrigate the crops.

Foods to WatchE. coli can be passed from person to person, but serious E. coli infection is more often linked to food containing the bacteria. The person eats the contaminated food and gets sick.
Here are some foods that can cause E. coli poisoning:
undercooked ground beef (used for hamburgers)vegetables grown in cow manure or washed in contaminated waterfruit juice that isn't pasteurized (pasteurization is a process that uses heat to kill germs)Heat can kill E. coli, so experts recommend that people cook beef (especially ground beef) until it is cooked through and no longer pink. Choosing pasteurized juice is another way to avoid possible infection.
Lastly, some experts recommend washing and scrubbing vegetables before eating them. But others say E. coli is hard to remove once it has contaminated produce, such as spinach, lettuce, or onions. The solution, they say, is to take more steps so that E. coli doesn't come in contact with crops.
What Will the Doctor Do?If someone has symptoms of E. coli poisoning, the doctor will run some blood tests and take a sample of the person's stool (poop). The blood and stool can be checked to see if a harmful strain of E. coli is present. Even though diarrhea is one of the main symptoms, the person shouldn't take anti-diarrhea medicines because they can slow down recovery time.
Some people recover at home, while others need to be in the hospital. In some cases, E. coli poisoning can cause life-threatening kidney problems.
BackContinue
ListenWhat Can Kids Do?Adults are the main people in charge of preventing E. coli infection by serving well-cooked meat, cleaning countertops when preparing meats, and being aware of any recalls affecting contaminated vegetables or other products.
But kids can help, too. Here are three ways:
When you're at a restaurant, order your burger well done. Eat it only if it's brown, not pink, on the inside.Don't swallow lake, ocean, or pool water. If the water contains any human waste, it can carry the E. coli bacteria.Always wash your hands after you use the bathroom and before you eat. There are plenty of bacteria in your poop. Gross! You don't want to accidentally eat some of those bad bacteria!Reviewed by: Steven Dowshen, MD
Foods to Watch
E. coli can be passed from person to person, but serious E. coli infection is more often linked to food containing the bacteria. The person eats the contaminated food and gets sick.

Here are some foods that can cause E. coli poisoning:

•undercooked ground beef (used for hamburgers)
•vegetables grown in cow manure or washed in contaminated water
•fruit juice that isn't pasteurized (pasteurization is a process that uses heat to kill germs)
Heat can kill E. coli, so experts recommend that people cook beef (especially ground beef) until it is cooked through and no longer pink. Choosing pasteurized juice is another way to avoid possible infection.

Lastly, some experts recommend washing and scrubbing vegetables before eating them. But others say E. coli is hard to remove once it has contaminated produce, such as spinach, lettuce, or onions. The solution, they say, is to take more steps so that E. coli doesn't come in contact with crops.

What Will the Doctor Do?
If someone has symptoms of E. coli poisoning, the doctor will run some blood tests and take a sample of the person's stool (poop). The blood and stool can be checked to see if a harmful strain of E. coli is present. Even though diarrhea is one of the main symptoms, the person shouldn't take anti-diarrhea medicines because they can slow down recovery time.

Some people recover at home, while others need to be in the hospital. In some cases, E. coli poisoning can cause life-threatening kidney problems.

BackContinueListenWhat Can Kids Do?Adults are the main people in charge of preventing E. coli infection by serving well-cooked meat, cleaning countertops when preparing meats, and being aware of any recalls affecting contaminated vegetables or other products.
But kids can help, too. Here are three ways:
When you're at a restaurant, order your burger well done. Eat it only if it's brown, not pink, on the inside.Don't swallow lake, ocean, or pool water. If the water contains any human waste, it can carry the E. coli bacteria.Always wash your hands after you use the bathroom and before you eat. There are plenty of bacteria in your poop. Gross! You don't want to accidentally eat some of those bad bacteria!Reviewed by: Steven Dowshen, MD
http://kidshealth.org/kid/stay_healthy/food/ecoli.html#



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E. coli


Escherichia coli (E. coli) are members of a large group of bacterial germs that inhabit the intestinal tract of humans and other warm-blooded animals (mammals, birds). Newborns have a sterile alimentary tract, which within two days becomes colonized with E. coli.

More than 700 serotypes of E. coli have been identified. The “O” and “H” antigens on their bodies and flagella distinguish the different E. coli serotypes, respectively. The E. coli serotypes that are responsible for the numerous reports of outbreaks traced to the consumption of contaminated foods and beverages are those that produce Shiga toxin (Stx), so called because the toxin is virtually identical to that produced by another bacteria known as Shigella dysenteria type 1 (that also causes bloody diarrhea and hemolytic uremic syndrome [HUS] in emerging countries like Bangladesh) (Griffin & Tauxe, 1991, p. 60, 73). The best-known and most notorious Stx-producing E. coli is E. coli O157:H7. It is important to remember that most kinds of E. coli bacteria do not cause disease in humans, indeed, some are beneficial, and some cause infections other than gastrointestinal infections, such urinary tract infections. This section deals specifically with Stx-producing E. coli, including specifically E. coli O157:H7.

Shiga toxin is one of the most potent toxins known to man, so much so that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) lists it as a potential bioterrorist agent (CDC, n.d.). It seems likely that DNA from Shiga toxin-producing Shigella bacteria was transferred by a bacteriophage (a virus that infects bacteria) to otherwise harmless E. coli bacteria, thereby providing them with the genetic material to produce Shiga toxin.

Although E. coli O157:H7 is responsible for the majority of human illnesses attributed to E. coli, there are additional Stx-producing E. coli (e.g., E. coli O121:H19) that can also cause hemorrhagic colitis and post-diarrheal hemolytic uremic syndrome (D+HUS). HUS is a syndrome that is defined by the trilogy of hemolytic anemia (destruction of red blood cells), thrombocytopenia (low platelet count), and acute kidney failure.

Stx-producing E. coli organisms have several characteristics that make them so dangerous. They are hardy organisms that can survive several weeks on surfaces such as counter tops, and up to a year in some materials like compost. They have a very low infectious dose meaning that only a relatively small number of bacteria (fewer than 50) are needed “to set-up housekeeping” in a victim’s intestinal tract and cause infection.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that every year at least 2000 Americans are hospitalized, and about 60 die as a direct result of E. coli infection and its complications. A recent study estimated the annual cost of E. coli O157:H7 illnesses to be $405 million (in 2003 dollars), which included $370 million for premature deaths, $30 million for medical care, and $5 million for lost productivity (Frenzen, Drake, and Angulo, 2005).

E. coli O157:H7—a foodborne pathogen
E. coli O157:H7 was first recognized as a foodborne pathogen in 1982 during an investigation into an outbreak of hemorrhagic colitis (bloody diarrhea) associated with the consumption of contaminated hamburgers (Riley, et al., 1983). The following year, Shiga toxin (Stx), produced by the then little-known E. coli O157:H7, was identified as the real culprit.

In the ten years following the 1982 outbreak, approximately thirty E. coli O157:H7 outbreaks were recorded in the United States (Griffin & Tauxe, 1991). The actual number that occurred is probably much higher because E. coli O157:H7 infections did not become a reportable disease (required to be reported to public health authorities) until 1987 (Keene et al., 1991 p. 60, 73). As a result, only the most geographically concentrated outbreaks would have garnered enough attention to prompt further investigation (Keene et al., 1991 p. 583). It is important to note that only about 10 percent of infections occur in outbreaks, the rest are sporadic.

The CDC has estimated that 85 percent of E. coli O157:H7 infections are foodborne in origin (Mead, et al., 1999). In fact, consumption of any food or beverage that becomes contaminated by animal (especially cattle) manure can result in contracting the disease. Foods that have been identified as sources of contamination include ground beef, venison, sausages, dried (non-cooked) salami, unpasteurized milk and cheese, unpasteurized apple juice and cider (Cody, et al., 1999), orange juice, alfalfa and radish sprouts (Breuer, et al., 2001), lettuce, spinach, and water (Friedman, et al., 1999). Pizza and cookie dough have also been identified as sources of E. coli outbreaks.

Sources of E. coli infection
E. coli O157:H7 bacteria and other pathogenic E. coli is believed to mostly live in the intestines of cattle (Elder, et al., 2000) but has also been found in the intestines of chickens, deer, sheep, and pigs.

A 2003 study on the prevalence of E. coli O157:H7 in livestock at 29 county and three large state agricultural fairs in the United States found that E. coli O157:H7 could be isolated from 13.8 percent of beef cattle, 5.9 percent of dairy cattle, 3.6 percent of pigs, 5.2 percent of sheep, and 2.8 percent of goats. Over seven percent of pest fly pools also tested positive for E. coli O157:H7 (Keen et al., 2003).

Shiga toxin (Stx)-producing E. coli does not make the animals that carry it ill. The animals are merely the reservoir for the bacteria.

E. coli can be transmitted from several sources:

Food

Water

Animals

Humans


Foodborne Transmission of Stx-Producing E. coli
E. coli O157:H7 was first recognized as a food borne pathogen in 1982 during an investigation into an outbreak of hemorrhagic colitis (bloody diarrhea) associated with consumption of contaminated hamburgers (Riley, et al., 1983). The following year, Shiga toxin (Stx), produced by the then little-known E. coli O157:H7, was identified as the real culprit.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Enteric Disease Branch, released a report dated September 14, 2009 entitled “Update on the Epidemiology of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli (STEC) in the United States”. The contents of this timely report have been incorporated into this Web piece. CDC’s estimates of the annual number of illnesses caused by Stx-producing E. coli (both O157:H7 and non O157:H7) are as follows:

E. coli O157

73,000 illnesses
2200 hospitalizations
61 deaths
Non-O157 STEC

36,700 illnesses
1100 hospitalizations
30 deaths
E. coli infections continue to largely be a foodborne illness.

For the period of 1998-2007 during which there were 334 outbreaks (7864 illnesses), the vehicles for the infections were as follows:

E. coli O157:H7

Foodborne: 69%
Waterborne: 18%
Animals or their environment: 8%
Person-to-person: 6%
Non-O157:H7

Foodborne: 83%
Waterborne: 9%
Animals or their environment: 5%
Person-to-person: 4%
According to the cited recent CDC report, the mode (kind of food) causing illness secondary to E. coli O157:H7 outbreaks have changed in the past several years. (Note the emergence of leafy vegetables).

E. coli O157:H7





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PostSubject: Re: Evidence emerges that European e.coli superbug was bioengineered    Tue Jun 07, 2011 8:30 am

Prove to me (1)

the earth and the universe are progressing and evolving .. that spells C H A N G E
how is this anything to do with E-coli?

Prove to me (2)

that the sun can change the DNA of E-coli to this new strain O104.




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PostSubject: Re: Evidence emerges that European e.coli superbug was bioengineered    Tue Jun 07, 2011 9:11 am

lol! rainbow heart


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hugv

i have no need or desire to PROVE anything to you
you seem bent on believing the world is an evil place with mulitble plots to take you/us down
anything i say isn't going to change your mind
and that is fine
we are all entitled to what we believe or have an opinion on..with or without knowledge or proof

so we will have to agree to disagree

blessings to you
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PostSubject: Re: Evidence emerges that European e.coli superbug was bioengineered    Tue Jun 07, 2011 1:36 pm

Unfortunately the world is an evil place, but having this knowledge and accepting that, gives you a clearer picture of he intent by those in government for example. Knowing what they are capable of and the depths they go to to justify an end, is just one step in being enlightened and therefore, 1 step ahead.

There is always an agenda to outbreaks of any kind. Primarily this E-coli outbreak is just 1 more step to discredit organic farming and to put pressure on them to quit. What those who run the show will say is that the E-coli outbreak has been tracked back to bacteria in the soil that organic vegetables are grown in and we would all be better off with GM Monsanto seeds that don't carry germs or bacteria. The agenda is always to snip away at the good guy and discredit him/her and make them look like the evil ones, when all the time it's the other way round.

I prefer to look at things in a realistic light with the knowledge that the powers that were are capable of mass genocide on all levels from E-coli up, in order gain control of everything we say and do. To make us look like the bad guys and to discredit anything that is good, when in actual fact, they are the ones killing us all off slowly.

If you want to believe it is something as simple as the sun changing DNA, then that's your prerogative but all I ask is that we all look outside the box and see what the underlying motive is for what's going on in the world everyday. There is always a plan to everything, nothing happens just by chance anymore, it's all pre-planned right down to the very last detail.










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PostSubject: Re: Evidence emerges that European e.coli superbug was bioengineered    Tue Jun 07, 2011 5:37 pm





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like i said..we will have to agree to disagree

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PostSubject: Re: Evidence emerges that European e.coli superbug was bioengineered    Fri Jun 10, 2011 3:11 am

I hate to bring this back up again, BUT quite by chance I happen along the net and see a very interesting piece that totally backs up what I've been saying all along, that this new strain of E-coli is manufactured to discredit organic farming/produce.

I figure that this is just a warning shot across the bows because Spain is not falling in line with what they want. This strain of E.coli was almost certainly engineered and then released into the food supply for a specific purpose.

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.

And that is where all this started. This is the gist of what this page says.

http://www.naturalnews.com/032622_ecoli_bioengineering.html

And another page with interesting reading...

Beware of fresh veggies because they might kill you! Instead, eat your GMO-contaminated, pesticide-ridden processed dead foods because that's safe! This is the incredible conclusion of the war being waged against fresh vegetables -- a war that is now using bioengineered weapons in the food supply to create fear and cause fatalities among innocent consumers.


http://www.naturalnews.com/032622_ecoli_bioengineering.html

and some mo'

http://foodfreedom.wordpress.com/2011/06/09/germanys-superbug-is-weaponized-with-bubonic-plague-dna/#more-8756

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