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CDC Chipotle investigation leaves questions of possible food terrorism by biotech industry


(NaturalNews) In news that just about left us falling off our chairs, the mainstream media seems to be leaning toward the conclusion that dirty games and evil tactics may be behind the massive string of Chipotle's E. coli outbreaks.

Specifically, The New York Times recently published an article carrying the headline, "C.D.C. Ends Chipotle Case With Illness Still a Mystery." That "mystery," of course, is the fact that although investigations into the E. coli outbreaks were conducted by the CDC, the real cause of them still remains unknown. This very well may be as close as we've seen mainstream media come to actually raising the possibility of biotech industry food terrorism in this particular case.

The article states the following:

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. ...

The C.D.C. said in a statement that a common meal or ingredient served at the restaurants was a likely source of the outbreaks, but investigators were unable to specify the food or ingredient responsible for the contamination.
[Note: Bold copy is Natural News emphasis.]

No surprise: CDC investigators "unable to specify" source of E. coli contamination

With that, the CDC investigations are said to be over, after outbreaks occurred in 14 states, causing 60 people to become ill during the last few months of 2015. Although there weren't any deaths, dozens of people were hospitalized and consumer fears about setting foot in Chipotle restaurants grew. Still, let those words sink in: "unable to specify the food or ingredient responsible for the contamination."


However, this "mystery" concept is nothing new. In fact, the issue that something more was at hand – something with evil intentions – was a topic that Natural News raised immediately after the series of Chipotle E. coli outbreaks. The slew of outbreaks was not a matter of careless Chipotle food practices but a planned attack against the health-conscious strides that the restaurant chain was making. Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, wrote an analysis about this, directly stating that the slew of outbreaks were due to biotech industry food terrorists who simply couldn't handle Chipotle's GMO-free menu and health-minded decisions.

Natural News suspected biotech industry food terrorism from the start

"Chipotle's e.coli outbreaks are not random chance," Adams wrote in December 2015, well before this latest "mystery" conclusion mentioned by The New York Times. "They are the result of the biotech industry unleashing bioterrorism attacks against the only fast food company that has publicly denounced GMOs."

Natural News basically hit the nail on the head in the very beginning, having the insight to know that something was extremely suspicious from the get-go. Frankly, its not a shock that the CDC investigation ended with the inability to trace the cause of the sicknesses. Natural News called it way back when.

In reaction to the finding that the CDC investigation couldn't pinpoint the true source of the outbreaks, Mike Adams expressed that it wasn't a surprise. "Why wasn't it found in any particular food source? The answer is simple: because E. coli didn't come from the food materials," he wrote. "It was sprayed onto the foods by bioterrorists working for the biotech industry who targeted Chipotle restaurants."

Bullies will be bullies...

By now, most people are aware that Chipotle Mexican Grill proudly announced their shift towards healthier foods, including an entirely GMO-free menu in 2015. It was a history-making move, as they became the first fast food chain in the world to so blatantly dismiss GMOs, letting the world know their stance that such foods "don't make the cut."

Sadly, it would appear that the biotech industry, like a bully upset over another person's victory, was putting the wheels in motion to make Chipotle regret their healthy, well-received decision.

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