February 2, 2016
After months of investigation, the CDC has now reached a conclusion that provides yet more support for the likelihood that Chipotle was the victim of corporate sabotage by the biotech industry, which targeted Chipotle because of its non-GMO menu.
On December 23 of last year, I wrote about the likelihood of bioterrorism as the cause of Chipotle’s E. coli problem, pointing out that corporate sabotage was 100% consistent with the actions of the biotech industry and its criminal-minded “mafia” of operatives (see MonsantoMafia.com for a list of all the “mafia” members). That article was predictably downplayed by the mainstream media, whose journalists remain absolutely clueless about the death threats, censorship, defamation and other dirty tactics routinely used by biotech industry shills to silence opposition.
But now the CDC has reached a conclusion in its investigation of Chipotle that further supports my original contention. “The E. coli outbreaks at Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurants in the United States appear to be over, but investigators have been unable to trace the cause of the sickness, federal authorities said on Monday,” reports The New York Times. “[I]nvestigators were unable to specify the food or ingredient responsible for the contamination.”
Even the CDC could not narrow down E. coli to an ingredient source
To investigate the E. coli problem, the CDC investigated each food ingredient and each food source in order to try to find one common cause for the E. coli contamination. But all their tests turned up negative. The stunning upshot of this is that E. coli wasn’t found in any food source from a supplier.
Why wasn’t it found in any particular food source? The answer is simple: because E. coli didn’t come from the food materials. It was sprayed onto the foods by bioterrorists working for the biotech industry who targeted Chipotle restaurants.
This also explains why the strain of E. coli was different from the strain usually found in foods. The most likely explanation is that in planning their corporate sabotage, the biotech bioterrorists derived their E. coli from an animal source far from any farm fields, then found a simple mechanism for nebulizing it (spraying it) on Chipotle food materials at targeted Chipotle restaurants. I’m not going to offer any details on how this could be accomplished (I don’t want to give food terrorists any ideas), but I assure you it’s a very simple matter to accomplish due to the way Chipotle has the fresh food ingredients placed adjacent to the customer line (so that customers can see their foods are being made fresh).
Because E. coli was introduced to the Chipotle foods through an act of bioterrorism and not a farm source, the CDC was entirely unable to trace it to any particular ingredient or supplier. The NYT headline says it all: “C.D.C. Unable to Trace Cause of Outbreaks at Chipotle.”
Chipotle very likely increasing its own operational security
It is my contention that we have just witnessed America’s first act of corporate bioterrorism in the food wars. This fact may never be confirmed with absolute certainty, but now the CDC’s own investigation provides further support of this being the most likely explanation.
I’d imagine that Chipotle executives are privately taking this possibility very seriously, even if they cannot publicly confirm such consideration. They already know they’ve been targeted by the vindictive biotech industry, which tried to defame Chipotle with its “Chubby Chipotle” campaign that ridiculously claimed that eating fresh food ingredients would make you fat.
Watch for signs of Chipotle boosting its own operational security because of all this. This will likely be reflected in the company’s screening and training of its own employees as well as increased video surveillance over its food serving stations.
Why the biotech industry is trying to destroy ethical food companies like Chipotle
Chipotle is an ethical company with a pioneering vision of what clean fast food should look like. As such, Chipotle is an industry disruptor that threatens the waning dominance of the factory-processed, chemically formulated food giants like McDonald’s and KFC. The GMO agri-giants that produce the low-grade ingredients sourced by McDonald’s and other fast food giants aren’t happy about Chipotle disrupting their “poison for profit” business model, and they’ve decided to play nasty (which is how the biotech industry operates by default).
This means we probably haven’t seen the last of corporate-sponsored bioterrorism in America. Watch for more malicious attacks on ethical food companies by the biotech industry, a nefarious cabal of truly evil corporations run by criminal-minded deceivers who have made it their mission to destroy healthy food companies that avoid GMOs.