Food safety “false flag” — Did USDA wait for people to die before taking action on turkey they knew was bad?

From Mike Adams, on OpEd News:

“Adding yet more evidence to the proof that the U.S. government maliciously promotes dangerous food borne illness outbreaks rather than trying to prevent them, evidence has emerged today that the U.S. Department of Agriculture knew ground turkey produced by Cargill was widely contaminated with salmonella, yet it did nothing about it and waited for fatalities to occur. This breaking news has been published by the Wall Street Journal.

At a time when the federal government is conducted SWAT-style armed raids on raw milk farmers, accusing them of selling “pathogenic” milk, another regulatory department of that same government brazenly stands by and allows deadly pathogen-contaminated meat to be openly sold without offering any warning whatsoever to the public.

Once the fatalities start to mount, of course, then the USDA springs into action and announces a recall. This, of course, has the effect of spreading fear about contaminated food — something that both the USDA and FDA then use to call for stronger food safety legislation such as the recently-passed Food Safety Modernization Act. (Problem, reaction, solution, see?)

In this case, the USDA announced a Cargill recall on August 3, 2011, affecting 36 million pounds of ground turkey that may be contaminated with salmonella. But this was only after at least one person died and 77 others were sickened by the contaminated meat, says the WSJ.

The important fact in this story is that the USDA knew about the salmonella contamination in 2010 and did nothing about it. Its own tests showed Cargill’s turkey to be contaminated with salmonella at four different retail stores selling the meat, and still the USDA did nothing.

How did all this happen? Astonishingly, current USDA regulations allow a meat production facility to pass inspection even if 49.9% of the meat is contaminated with salmonella. So even when the USDA is inspecting facilities, they can be downright filthy from a pathogenic point of view, with nearly half of all the meat contaminated, and the USDA still gives it a stamp of approval! It is in this way that the USDA, which is of course a complete prostitute of the meat industry, openly allows grossly contaminated meat to be sold to an unsuspecting public which thinks that meat is “USDA inspected.”…”

Read it all on OpEd News.


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5 responses to “Food safety “false flag” — Did USDA wait for people to die before taking action on turkey they knew was bad?

  1. If you have followed the FDA, is there any other conclusion other than that the health of the public is the very last of their priorities? And one quite frankly I have NEVER even once seen them address. This is in addition to the fact the are a rogue, illegal, unconstitutional organization that need to be abolished.

  2. Does anyone not think that murder charges against the person(s) that made that decision are mandatory? Or shall we further make a joke of the concept of law and justice in Amerika?

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    For more on this story, read our earlier post of an excerpt from the story in Wired magazine:

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