We have had many suspicious fires and attacks on food processing plants, hatcheries and food stores over the past couple of years. Now, it looks like the same people that told us to trust the science concerning the CONvids and the CONvid shots, are using their faux science to attack our food supply, namely chickens. Not only will this effect the prices of chickens but will subsequently effect that price of eggs as well.
The Wall Street Journal reports:
Egg prices are hitting records, driven by an avian-influenza outbreak that has killed tens of millions of chickens and turkeys this year across nearly all 50 states.
Wholesale prices of Midwest large eggs hit a record $5.36 a dozen in December, according to the research firm Urner Barry. Retail egg prices have increased more than any other supermarket item so far this year, climbing more than 30% from January to early December compared with the same period a year earlier, and outpacing overall food and beverage prices, according to the data firm Information Resources Inc.
For supermarkets, eggs are a staple product that most consumers pick up on trips to the grocery store, similar to milk and butter. To maintain store traffic, grocers said they have been sacrificing some profits on eggs to keep prices for consumers competitive. Some suppliers are projecting potential relief in price by February or March, but cold weather could hamper production in the near term, executives said.
“We are trying to keep eggs relatively accessible,” said Dan O’Neill, director of center store and perishables at Angelo Caputo’s Fresh Markets, a chain of eight stores in Illinois.
Angelo Caputo’s bought extra-large eggs for $5.09 a dozen recently, up from $1.30 at the start of the year, Mr. O’Neill said. The grocer has for months been selling eggs for slightly above cost, he said, as wholesale prices have increased.
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Grocery prices have continued to increase this year because of what companies have said are higher costs of labor, ingredients and logistics, helping supermarkets generate higher sales and profits. Those factors have propelled egg prices, too. As eggs get more costly, some supermarkets are selling more organic eggs that are sometimes less expensive than conventional varieties, while suppliers say consumer demand has remained steady despite higher prices.
So, the prices of eggs are up. And what is the real culprit here? Mike Adams at Natural News points out:
Have you noticed all the reports this year of “mass culling” of millions of chickens and turkeys? The corporate media blames it on “avian influenza” that’s acquired from “wild birds” flying across the country, they claim. Because of these wild birds, tens of millions of chickens and turkeys have to be slaughtered, they insist.
I think it’s all a farce.
It’s a cover story to destroy the food supply and accelerate scarcity in both chicken eggs and chicken meat (as well as turkey meat).
Why do I suspect this? For starters, even the Wall Street Journal admits that a single positive test for an infection results in farmers being ordered to carry out a mass culling of their entire flock. From their story:
Entire poultry flocks are destroyed after an infection is confirmed…
So all it takes is a single infection — often diagnosed via a faulty PCR test that can be cranked up to generate false positives at will — to see millions of birds destroyed.
Astonishingly, those destroyed birds are then counted as victims of the “outbreak.”
Parse the language very carefully from this WSJ article. It says:
More than 40 million egg-laying chickens have died in the current outbreak, according to USDA data…
Importantly, it doesn’t say they died from avian influenza. They died from being culled.
Stated another way, the reason why so many birds are dead during an outbreak is because farmers are being ordered by health authorities to kill them.
The outbreak isn’t killing these birds, the farmers are doing it under orders from the health authorities! And all those murdered birds are counted as victims of the “outbreak.”
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Now, it’s what Adams points out next that demonstrates the “science” of today is nothing more than quackery.
Here’s another shocking tidbit to consider in all this: Commercial chickens are frequently vaccinated against various pathogens. But some of the vaccines make the pathogens even worse. According to left-leaning PBS.org, “In fact, rather than stop fowl from spreading the virus, the vaccine allows the disease to spread faster and longer than it normally would, a new study finds. The scientists now believe that this vaccine has helped this chicken virus become uniquely virulent.”
They’re referring to a vaccine for Marek’s disease. The study being cited is published in PLOS Biology, entitled, “Imperfect Vaccination Can Enhance the Transmission of Highly Virulent Pathogens.”
The study states an obvious truth that rarely gets acknowledged: That vaccines can cause pathogens to spread more aggressively and kill more subjects because they do not prevent transmission or replication. From the study abstract: (emphasis added)
Could some vaccines drive the evolution of more virulent pathogens? Conventional wisdom is that natural selection will remove highly lethal pathogens if host death greatly reduces transmission. Vaccines that keep hosts alive but still allow transmission could thus allow very virulent strains to circulate in a population. Here we show experimentally that immunization of chickens against Marek’s disease virus enhances the fitness of more virulent strains, making it possible for hyperpathogenic strains to transmit. Immunity elicited by direct vaccination or by maternal vaccination prolongs host survival but does not prevent infection, viral replication or transmission, thus extending the infectious periods of strains otherwise too lethal to persist.
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What the study is stumbling upon is the simpler answer to all this: Stop vaccinating the chickens and they will live longer as a whole.
Instead of vaccinating chickens against influenza or other strains, then mass murdering them by the tens of millions every time a single case of something is discovered, it would actually be more humane (and cost effective) to allow natural immunity to emerge via the process of natural selection. Chickens that get infected with influenza and die are no longer capable of transmitting it to others. Those that are naturally immune can be used to hatch more baby chick, carrying forward the immunity. Within a very small number of generations, you end up with a chicken population that’s (mostly) immune to influenza, or that can overcome such infections without dying.
Vaccines only cause more culling, including the culling of chickens that are naturally immune to avian influenza. Ask yourself this obvious question: Why would health authorities order farmers to kill birds that are naturally immune to avian influenza? The answer seems self-apparent: They are using the outbreak as a cover story to achieve depopulation of food-producing chickens, worsening food scarcity and food inflation at the same time.
Anyone noticing a trend here? As Adams rightly points out, “What they do to chickens today, they will do to humans tomorrow.”
Actually they are already doing it and men and women are eagerly complying for lots of temporary reasons for which they excuse themselves. The culling isn’t just happening among birds…
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