THE

Engineered Epidemic

In Big Brother, Europe News, World News on September 25, 2011 at 12:54 pm

By Jay Van Liere

Positive forensic evidence has surfaced indicating that the e. coli superstrain that recently ravaged Europe, was created by humans.

Science has proved that the bacteria is resistant to 8 different types of antibiotics and possesses DNA sequences from plague bacteria, a combination utterly unprecedented in nature, which has many authorities theorizing it was created in a lab and either released purposefully (with, perhaps, the intent to control global food and health), or accidentally into the food supply.

This distinct e. coli variation is part of the 0104 strain, and these strains are essentially never (under natural circumstances) resistant to antibiotics.  To acquire this capacity they must be repetitively exposed to antibiotics in order to incite the “mutation pressure” that nudges them toward complete drug immunity.  To unveil the origins of such a strain, science basically reverse-engineers the genetic code of the e. coli to determine which antibiotics it was exposed to during its development.  Decoding the genetic makeup of the 0104 strain, scientists at Germany’s Robert Koch Institute discovered it to be immune to all the following classes and combinations of antibiotics: 1) penicillins 2) tetracycline
3) nalidixic acid 4) trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazol 5) cephalosporins 6) amoxicillin / clavulanic acid
7) piperacillin-sulbactam 8 ) piperacillin-tazobactam.

Bacterial resistance to a single antibiotic is common; but the creation of a strain of e. coli that’s immune to 8 different classes of antibiotics defies the laws of genetic permutation and combination in nature.

Also, antibiotics are not used in vegetables, so the bacteria most likely was not exposed to even one form, much less 8.  If one chooses to believe that this superbug evolved separate of human intervention in the wild, this would be an even more alarming scenario: for it would mean this octobiotic superstrain developed randomly of its own accord, and that other similar superbugs could simply appear anywhere, anytime, without cause.  This would then simply be Mother Nature creating a 12 Monkeys scenario – far scarier, yet quite impossible in the opinion of most of the scientific community.

The real scheme at work here appears to be “problem, reaction, solution,” as pointed out…

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