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Officials in the German city of Hamburg say cucumbers from Spain may not be responsible for the deadly E. coli outbreak that has killed 16 people, as initially reported. The strain of E. coli has so far killed 15 people in Germany, and most recently one woman in Sweden after her return from Germany. Tests on two cucumbers from Spain have revealed they carried the bacteria, but not the strain responsible for the deaths.
But the media won't admit that. Because the whole agenda here is to kill your vegetables but protect the atrocious practices of the factory animal meat industries. The FDA, in particular, loves all these outbreaks because it gives them more moral authority to clamp down on gardens and farms. They've been trying to irradiate and fumigate fresh veggies in the USA for years.
This isn't about cucumbers being dangerous, because e.coli does not grow on cucumbers. E.coli is an intestinal strain of bacteria that only grows inside the guts of animals (and people). Thus, the source of all this e.coli is ANIMAL, not vegetable.
Originally posted by YourPopRock
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