In the past few days there have been a number of media reports about a new potentially dangerous ‘disease’, although at the moment it seems to be confined to the UK, as can be seen by a 2nd December BBC article entitled Six children die with Strep A bacterial infection that states,
“Six children have died with an invasive condition caused by Strep A - including five under 10-year-olds in England since September - the UK Health Security Agency has said.”
It would seem therefore that the fearmongering narrative about ‘pathogenic viruses’ has now been expanded to include ‘pathogenic bacteria’. But bacteria are no more to blame for disease than ‘viruses’, even though, unlike the particles called ‘viruses’, bacteria definitely exist and can be observed.
For anyone new to the idea that bacteria and ‘viruses’ are not pathogenic please read,
These new media reports raise an important question: Have the ‘would-be controllers’ just moved the goalposts for those of us who have been calling out the ‘virus’ lie for almost 3 years?
Other questions that also spring to mind include: What is this all about? And why is this situation only occurring in the UK?
The latest details, as at the time of writing, are reported by the BBC in a 3rd December article entitled Parents urged to be aware of Strep A symptoms after death of six children which states that,
“Strep A infections are usually mild, causing illness ranging from a sore throat to scarlet fever, but can develop into a more serious invasive Group A Strep (iGAS) infection.”
Further explanations about this so-called ‘infection’ are provided in the same article under the heading, What Is Strep A?
Group A streptococcal (GAS) infection is caused by strains of the streptococcus pyogenes bacterium
The bacteria can live on hands or the throat for long enough to allow easy spread between people through sneezing, kissing and skin contact
Most infections cause mild illnesses such as "strep throat" or skin infections
It can also cause scarlet fever and in the majority of cases this clears up with antibiotics
On rare occasions the bacteria can get deeper into the body - including infecting the lungs and bloodstream. It is known as invasive GAS (iGAS) and needs urgent treatment as this can be serious and life-threatening
There are so many problems with these claims!!
First of all, streptococcus bacteria are found in healthy people, a fact that is admitted by the medical establishment, as stated by a 2nd December BBC article entitled What is Strep A and what are the symptoms to look out for? under the heading What is Strep A?
“It's a bacteria sometimes found in the throat or on the skin.
Many people carry it harmlessly without even knowing, but they can spread it to others who might become ill.”
Although it might sound like nit-picking, the author of the article has used the plural form, bacteria, rather than the singular form, bacterium. Her sentence should have started ‘It’s a bacterium….’ This is an error a ‘health editor’, as the article author is claimed to be, should not have made.
More to the point though, is the admission that this bacterium can be harmless and may not always cause ‘disease’. This situation completely undermines the claim that the streptococcus bacterium is pathogenic because it fails to meet the first of Koch’s Postulates, which states that the ‘microbe’ alleged to be the causal agent should always be found in people suffering from the disease it is claimed to cause, and should never be found in people who do not have the disease it is claimed to cause.
The logic of this Postulate is undeniable. Yet it is admitted that ‘strep’, and indeed many other bacteria, can be found in people who are asymptomatic, which means that they do not have a ‘disease’.
A single exception to any ‘rule’ refutes the notion that it is a ‘rule’.
Furthermore, the existence of a single exception to a ‘rule’ means, at the very least, that the ‘rule’ need to be re-examined and re-assessed. But more importantly, when the ‘rule’ is discovered to not be supported by evidence, then it needs to be abandoned and replaced with a ‘rule’ that can be shown to be supported by evidence.
Unfortunately, the medical establishment refuses to re-examine its rules with respect to the ‘germ theory’. Instead, they make ridiculous excuses for any exceptions to their ideas about ‘infectious diseases’; one excuse, for example, is that people who are ‘asymptomatic carriers’ have strong immune systems. This is simply an assumption, and one that has never been proven to be true mainly because the concept of the ‘immune system’ is totally dependent on the ‘germ theory’, which itself remains unproven.
One of the main consequences of the idea that bacteria are the causes of these health problems, is that the recommended ‘solution’ is to prescribe antibiotics, which, by their very nature, are toxic; their intended purpose is to kill the bacteria.
It is asserted that the most appropriate antibiotic for Strep A is penicillin on the basis that it is said to not be affected by antimicrobial resistance. This is yet another mistaken notion, but one that distracts from the fundamental issue, which is that bacteria have not been proven to be pathogenic.
What is particularly worrying, however, is the reference to the more serious condition called ‘invasive GAS’ that is described on the Minnesota Department of Health web page entitled About Group A Streptococcus: Commonly Asked Questions, which states, under the heading What Kind of Illness are Caused by Group A Streptococcal Infection?
“Two of the most severe, but least common, forms of invasive GAS disease are called "necrotizing fasciitis" and "streptococcal toxic shock syndrome" (STSS).”
Necrotising fasciitis is described as,
“…a destructive infection of muscle and fat tissue, and occasionally described by the media as the "flesh eating" bacteria.”
STSS is described as,
“…is a rapidly progressing infection that causes shock and injury to internal organs such as the liver, kidneys and lungs.”
It is obvious that these are very serious conditions, but they cannot be properly investigated and understood whilst the medical establishment continues to declare them to be the result of ‘bacterial infections’.
Unfortunately, without a serious and in-depth investigation into each individual case, it is impossible to know exactly what the causes could be, because there are always multiple factors involved in the causation of health problems. However, it is highly likely that ‘toxins’ of some description are involved, especially in the case of STSS, which involves damage to the liver and kidneys, two of the body’s most important elimination organs.
It is important to note this statement in the 3rd December BBC article,
“The rise in Strep A cases and deaths is most likely due to high amounts of the bacteria circulating and increased social mixing, the UKHSA said.”
There are reasons for the presence of ‘high amounts of bacteria’. Within the natural world bacteria are recognised to be decomposers of dead and dying material; they perform the same role within the human body. Therefore, when the body is damaged, often as the result of exposures to toxins, there is a need for increased bacterial activity to process and eliminate the dead and dying material.
There are a number of possible ‘toxins’ to which people, including children, have been recently exposed at levels that are higher than normal. The main candidate on this list of toxins is, of course, the so-called ‘Covid vaccine’. Although not the only ‘toxin’, it certainly needs to be considered as an important factor when investigating the cases of what are being labelled ‘Strep A infection’.
So the question remains: What is the real purpose of these new media stories?
It’s obvious that there is an agenda to keep people in fear of ‘dangerous diseases’. But it is also important to note the reference in the article to the rise of cases being due to ‘increased social mixing’. This leads to some pretty obvious questions: Are they preparing for the implementation of further lockdowns to ‘stop the spread’ of this new allegedly ‘bacterial’ disease? And is the UK to be the ‘testing ground’ to see how compliant people will be?
The purpose of all of this will no doubt make itself known at some stage, but my hope is that sufficient numbers of people have already realised the extent to which they have been lied to and will recognise that these new stories are just more lies intended to keep us all in a state of fear.
As Mahatma Gandhi is quoted to have said,
“An error does not become truth by reason of multiplied propagation, nor does truth become error because nobody sees it.”
No matter how often the medical establishment attempts to propagandise people with fear-based stories about ‘dangerous pathogens’ that cause ‘deadly diseases’, it is vitally important for people to know that there is no genuine scientific evidence, and there never has been, that bacteria and ‘viruses’ are the causes of any disease.
Six children die with Strep A bacterial infection
Parents urged to be aware of Strep A symptoms after death of six children
What is Strep A and what are the symptoms to look out for?
About Group A Streptococcus: Commonly Asked Questions
Thank you Dawn. It's so important to get these stories straight!