Thursday, December 31, 2020

Establish the Covid Narrative to Collapse Food Chain: Kill Off 17 Million Mink in Denmark - 40 Cycle PCR Test for Pigs - Oink, Oink - UN's 2nd SDG "No Hunger" Means Kill Off the Pigs - Global Fake Covid Pandemic Goal: Destroy the Food Supply Chains - 2035: All Food Animals Obsolete - China: Produce Your Own Meat

Editor's note: If readers go to UN sources and start poking around looking for the 17 SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) goals, the second of those 17 SDG goals is "no hunger." If you know anything at all about the corporate central bank-directed (is it the big technocrats against the central bankers?) empire death cult using militarized commercial warfare with its Janus-face to present its globalist goals, "no hunger" actually means wiping out existing food supply chains to achieve "sustainability." Under cover of the global fake Covid pandemic, resistance will have to be broken in the general population and this was first done in the report from Denmark where minks were destroyed after a "Covid mutation was found."

How was it determined by authorities in Denmark to have discovered a "mutant strain of Covid" in minks? Authorities in Denmark used a PCR test. PCR tests as we've seen are fraudulent. When the PCR test is tweaked at any cycle above 35 cycles, almost anything can be found. The more the cycles are increased during testing there is a corresponding increase in amplification meaning a researcher or health practitioner, or whoever is administering these "tests" can find anything they want. Even though this global fake Covid pandemic is the basis for shutting down the entire global economy to restructure it under the central bank run WEF, Davos, the UN and WHO, they are now going to collapse the food chain starting with pigs.

Meanwhile, at some isolated pig farm in Iowa where Covid is suddenly discovered: "Please don't kill us off, you are the lunatic over-extended f*ckers who created this Covid zoonotic narrative not us...oink, oink."

The central banking magic money commercial death cult might just start thinking that if 17 million mink have to be exterminated because the mink were discovered to have a "mutant strain of Covid," what does that say for an equal number of humans who tested positive for Covid using fraudulent PCR testing? The narrative being established here is to falsely demonstrate pigs are susceptible to Covid and logically this will necessitate killing off the world's pig populations. Everything being presented here about minks being killed off, pigs being infected with a "mutant Covid virus" is false. Note the news article and the CDC paper below with connections between researchers in the US in Iowa and in Canada and the CDC.

Since we now know there is no proof anywhere that the SARS-CoV-2 virus has been isolated, what the hell are these researchers testing for?


Source: Brownfield AG News


December 24, 2020 By Nicole Heslip
A new study by Iowa State University and Canadian partners found pigs can become infected with the coronavirus after inoculation.

The researchers say the disease has been found to infect several animal species and the potential risk for transmission is unknown with more study needed to understand its impact on domestic livestock.

The study, done in Canada, infected 16 pigs to research the spread, susceptibility, and symptoms of the virus. It also contradicts previous reports swine are not susceptible to the virus to which the researchers say they did use a higher viral dose than in previous studies.

Researchers also say no cases have been reported in domestic livestock through natural infection but there needs to be more research in how animals impact the spread. 

Source: CDC

Susceptibility of Domestic Swine to Experimental Infection with Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2

Volume 27, Number 1—January 2021 Research

Brad S. PickeringComments to Author , Greg Smith, Mathieu M. Pinette, Carissa Embury-Hyatt, Estella Moffat, Peter Marszal, and Charles E. Lewis

Author affiliations: University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (B.S. Pickering); Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Winnipeg (B.S. Pickering, G. Smith, M.M. Pinette, C. Embury-Hyatt, E. Moffat, P. Marszal); Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, USA (B.S. Pickering, C.E. Lewis)


Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the agent that causes coronavirus disease, has been shown to infect several species. The role of domestic livestock and associated risks for humans in close contact with food production animals remains unknown for many species. Determining the susceptibility of pigs to SARS-CoV-2 is critical to a One Health approach to manage potential risk for zoonotic transmission. We found that pigs are susceptible to SARS-CoV-2 after oronasal inoculation. Among 16 animals, we detected viral RNA in group oral fluids and in nasal wash from 2 pigs, but live virus was isolated from only 1 pig. Antibodies also were detected in only 2 animals at 11 and 13 days post-inoculation but were detected in oral fluid samples at 6 days post-inoculation, indicating antibody secretion. These data highlight the need for additional livestock assessment to determine the potential role of domestic animals in the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic.

Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) causes coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in humans; symptoms can range from asymptomatic to mild or severe, including severe respiratory distress and sometimes death (1). Rapidly spreading, the novel SARS-CoV-2 virus emerged in China in late 2019, and on March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared a pandemic (2). SARS-CoV-2 is believed to have originated in bats, but its origins are still under intense investigation, and reports continue to identify the ability of the virus to infect additional animal species (3–8).

Detection of natural infections sheds light on knowledge gaps in SARS-CoV-2 transmission and raised concerns of amplifying or reservoir hosts. In turn, clarification of wild and domestic animal susceptibility can help us assess their potential roles in and risks for transmission to prevent future disease spread. Domestic swine, one of the most highly produced agricultural species, previously have impacted public health (9–12). Backyard, small stakeholder animal production has increased in both rural and urban environments and provides a source of high-quality protein and income in these areas, but the practice also can serve as a source for zoonotic disease; therefore, the potential role of pigs in the spread of SARS-CoV-2 should be investigated (13). Recent evidence for involvement of production animals in SARS-CoV-2 transmission was highlighted in the Netherlands, where anthroponotic transmission from humans to farmed mink was proposed with subsequent zoonotic transmission to >2 humans from mink (14). That case further exemplifies the need to identify the potential role of production animals in disease transmission

Angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) has been identified as the receptor for SARS-CoV-2 in human cells (15). A BLAST (https://blast.ncbi.nlm.nih.govExternal Link) query of the protein database by using translated nucleotide (BLASTx) from the human ACE2 coding sequence predicts 98% coverage and 81% identity for the homologous receptor in swine. Of note, using the same search, mink (Mustela lutreola) show 82% similar identity and domestic felines (Felis catus) show 85% similar identity to the human ACE2 for their cognate receptors. Moreover, mink and cats both have been reported to be susceptible to SARS-CoV-2 and have shown transmission to other animals (5,16). Zhou et al. (17) used in vitro infectivity studies testing ACE2 receptors from laboratory mice, horseshoe bats (Rhinolophus sinicus), civets, and the domestic pig, and found all receptors except those from mice entered HeLa cells, indicating a functional target for SARS-CoV-2. Moreover, the authors used additional known coronavirus receptors, including both aminopeptidase N and dipeptidyl peptidase 4, and found neither are used for cell entry (17), underlining the specificity for the ACE2 receptor. 

Detection of SARS-CoV-2

We performed qRT-PCR on all extracted samples by using primers and a probe specific for SARS-CoV-2 envelope (E) gene (23), including forward primer E_SARBECO_F1 (5′-ACAGGTACGTTAATAGTTAATAGCGT-3′); reverse primer E_SARBECO_R2 (5′-ATATTGCAGCAGTACGCACACA-3′); and probe E_SARBECO-P1 (5′-ACACTAGCCATCCTTACTGCGCTTCG-3′). We prepared master mix for qRT-PCR by using TaqMan Fast Virus 1-step Master Mix (ThermoFisher Scientific) according to manufacturer’s specifications by using 0.4 ┬Ámol of each E gene primer and 0.2 ┬Ámol of probe per reaction. Reaction conditions were 50°C for 5 min, 95°C for 20 s, and 40 cycles of 95°C for 3 s then 60°C for 30 s. Runs were performed by using a 7500 Fast Real-Time PCR System (Thermofisher, ABI), and semiquantitative results were calculated based on a gBlock (Integrated DNA Technologies, External Link) standard curve for SARS-CoV-2 E gene. For confirmation, we used SARS-CoV-2–specific primers targeting the spike (S) gene and the RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp) gene. For S, we used the forward primer SARS2_Spike_FOR (5′-TGATTGCCTTGGTGATATTGCT-3′); the reverse primer SARS2_Spike_REV (5′-CGCTAACAGTGCAGAAGTGTATTGA-3′); and the probe SARS2_Spike_Probe (5′-TGCCACCTTTGCTCACAGATGAAATGA-3′). For RdRp, we used forward primer RdRp_SARSr-F (5′-GTGARATGGTCATGTGTGGCGG-3′); reverse primer RdRp_SARSr-R (5′-CARATGTTAAASACACTATTAGCATA-3′); and probe RdRp_SARSr-P2 (5′-CAGGTGGAACCTCATCAGGAGATGC-3′). We tested all samples in duplicate and considered cycle threshold (Ct).

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Please go to the CDC website to read the entire paper. 

Japan freaks out and goes full blown Covid:

China ramps up the cycles on the PCR test to find Covid in beef:

China finds coronavirus on packaging of Brazilian beef

USDA ramps up the cycles on the PCR test to find Covid in beef:

USDA earmarks $1 million to study COVID-19 in US beef supply chain

For a complete run down on how the food chain is being collapsed listen here:

Pigs Catch COVID - UK Bans Free Range Chickens! - War on Meat / Animal Ag

Would you like a slab of 3D printed "beef" for dinner? You will have to supply us with your Covid vaccine passport, your unique digital ID matched with face recognition and you will have to be receiving your monthly basic digital income every month to eat this.


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