Alex Jones' Prison Planet website is reporting a story about the most recent German findings about the strain of e coli that broke out in that country recently, and I thought it was important enough to pass along to you here:
....yes you read that correctly, the strain was, according to the article, "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." Certainly I view the recent raids on organic farmers with a jaundiced and cynical eye.
But what I think is interesting here is the speculative hypothesis the author of the article, Jay Van Liere, advances. After noting the high unlikelihood that such a strain would emerge spontaneously and naturally, he advances this possible scenario: "The real scheme at work here appears to be “problem, reaction, solution,” as pointed out by Natural News editor, Mike Adams. Initially, create a problem (infections caused by ); then wait for the expected reactionism from the public (fear-based outcries and willingness to accept totalitarianism); then bring forth a solution (complete control over the global food supply and the outlawing of healthy raw foods, herbs, and supplements). Ironically, the outbreak occurred just after the European Union’s ban on herbal medicine and supplements. Worldwide, the trend to control global food supply, nutrients, and any semblance of self-remedy is now being realized by much of humanity."
Of course, given all that's going on in this crazy world today, this "control the world's food supply" scenario makes sense. It has been a well-documented goal by researchers into Genetically Modified Foods, such as F. William Engdahl in his Seeds of Destruction. The question is why would they seek to do so? One answer, the most obvious one, is to force or coerce cooperation in policies that populations would not otherwise acquiesce to. But could there be another one?
Allow me to craw way out on a speculative twig here (in other words, way beyond the limb and onto a part of the tree that won't support the weight of what I'm about to suggest). The other possibility is an alchemical one, namely, to transform mankind himself, through the food he ingests. This is an ancient alchemical belief, for of course, in one form, the Philosophers' Stone is a tincture or elixir, to be ingested for its transformative powers. The idea that genetically modified foods might so transform mankind at a genetic level, through some "accidental" recombinant process, is a danger that scientists calling into question the whole notion of Genetically modified foods first voiced years ago, only to be steamrollered into silence by the corporate and government organs of scientific review. It would be the ultimate in modifying behavior, if such a process could be ascertained with any sort of statistical accuracy....
...and for that, of course, one would need a very large experimental population, and a very large control group. So yet another horrible possibility arises, and that is quite simply, that the proverbial "They" have transformed whole targeted groups into a very large laboratory, gathering all manner of behavioral statistics on crime rates, mood swings, specific incidences of specific crimes, all to be crunched in super-computers in order to sharpen their social engineering skills.
...sort of reminds me of the good 'ole days of conspiracy theory, of Danny Casolaro, INSLAW, and Ed Meese...anybody here like Octopus?