Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)


German Virile E-Coli Misdiagnosed


Ground breaking earth shaking Germany has done it again
first Germany introduced German measles then Adolf Hitler
now German E-Coli to rock reshape an entire watching globe
German crack researchers health experts could not even tell
this was a virile new E-Coli strain a hybrid of two old strains
or a rare highly toxic strain of E-Coli bacteria misdiagnosed?

Germany blamed Spanish cucumbers could not even identify
new strain next German experts will claim a carrot for radical
new research its E-Coli source German beans German beans
let us not forget Germany wanted Greece to sell their Acropolis
or rent it out to pay off EEC debt then cucumbers Spanish growth
time Germany sold trade peace compass plus Brandenburg gate


The disease Rubella, is also known as German measles, because it was first described by German physicians, in the mid-eighteenth century.
Copyright © Terence George Craddock

Submitted: Wednesday, June 08, 2011

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