Cuba, Salmonella, United States discussed on Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis


It works in a lot of poor countries. Everything with gravy and Saracho, and I'll bet ya. I. That's awesome. I was reading what was it? Hold on and say, I was reading somewhere they're saying now that white wine can kill some of his stuff. That's what I'm drinking right now. Well, yeah. White table wine organic. White table wine. Does that white wine? White wine. Actually, there's something in white wine that if you drink it shot, okay here. It is listen to this American when you're making the gravy. Putting the gravy American. Scientists are developing a Chardonnay base spray disinfectant after proving that wine kills E coli salmonella and staff staphylococcus or staff caucus go. Then microbiologist Mark the shell. Jessica just at Oregon state university. Discover that wine, especially white wine inactivated Berlin, bugs called pathogens like E coli and salmonella and staphylococcus and keeps yellow. Yup. According to the journal of American society of microbiology, the pair put the germs in a model stomach containing, gastric, juices and food materials and added the Chardonnay or Pinot Noir within sixty minutes. E coli was inactivated salmonella was killed within thirty minutes and other experiments showed the winds were also lethal to the other pathogens. It's not the alcohol and the wind. It kills the germs. The scientists discovered finding that unfermented grape juice had no effect on the pathogens. The scientists managed to isolate the properties in the wine that killed the bugs they found in his the malic and tartaric acid that kill bacteria rather than anything president the alcohol. So that's a story that I'm good to go. So go ahead yourself, some wine, and, you know, tar of the Kirke, okay? Part of the comment was that, you know, remember when Trump declassified all the, you know, the Kennedy assassination Quiles, I spent days kind of skim through all those things. And you know, here's this one document in. There was the CIA. Wipe out the crops in Cuba. And I don't know if you read any those or heard anything about that was in the north woods document. Yeah. It was a anything that was declassified. Project north woods. It was project. Northwards basically creating false flag operation terrorist events, blaming them on other people and then going in and killing. Yeah. The specifics on how they were going to do it. But they were gonna destroy the crops in Cuba starve, the people in Cuba. No, it was never implemented, obviously. But it was it was a plan to do that. Well, in this also, I guess you can couple it with. I was just talking to Jack about the national security study memorandum two hundred which was basically implications. What's that? Who jackie? National security study memorandum two hundred implications of worldwide population growth for US security overseas interests, this was filed by Henry Kissinger, basic the study claimed population growth in the so-called lesser developed countries is a grave threat to the United States national security and adopted as official policy by November nineteen seventy five they were working on having some way to create zero population growth, and they concluded that the United States was threatened by population growth, and that measure had an measure had to be taken to lessen the population in the United States or that would be forced to regulate vital resources like food and water. The idea was to create scarcity in other words in order to curb population growth rates, you create scarcity, and then of course, everything works itself out in the end. So believable. I believe it and. Like the Syrians. You know to destroy the crops in Cuba that goes back to the sixties. Yeah. And this was what? And just after the Nixon administration was a seventy four I think or something like seventy four, and that's where they were talking says your mandatory programs may be needed, and we should be considering these possibilities. Now would be considered an instrument of national power is US prepared to accept food rationing to help people who can't won't control their population growth. And he said if we could make a famine happen, we could actually control the population. Well during our member. Was that were declassified? They could make it look like it was a naturally occurring right disease that that hit the crops, right? That they would be able to not be able to type anything weird that would be something that would be natural. They do get into specifics. But who said, you know, he would look like a naturally occurring thing, and they could. Cuba's entire you know, whatever their why it's hard that is why it's hard culture right with naturally occurring disaster. Right. And that is why it's hard to trace any and all conventional methods of agro terrorism. What what what did they come up with? No, they probably have been doing this a lot more than we than we realize. You know, I love your show and listen to you every day and listen to your podcast and just amazing. Thank you. I appreciate it. You take care. Yeah, I'm happy. Happy thanksgiving. You take care. Yeah. I mean, that's what makes it hard. But you know, what's in the plans? Right. You know, there'd been in the plans. This is a way to subtly shakeup the economy. Suddenly get people to have no competence in their food. Sources..

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