Is there such a thing as a flesh eating bacteria?

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Recently a blogger William Mount had his big toe amputated to stop the spreading of the so-called flesh-eating bacteria.

He has recently been in and out of the hospital as the “flash eating bacteria” was persistently re occurring until the decision was made to get rid of the problematic toe.

Ironically, W. Mount is every day praising his doctors and promoting healing remedies, ignoring my comments and refusing to even hear what I have to say.

This is nothing new to me. I am used to be treated as a nuisance but if William would have given me a minute, he would have kept his toe and he would have to get rid of all of his “health gurus” as he would have been on its way to a full recovery by now.

A flesh eating bacteria. This sound really scary, but is it scary at all?

Those of you who follow my work get the hint. If I ask such a question, the answer is always resounding no.

This is a pretty bold statement some may say.

Those who follow my work are used to this by now. After all, chronic diseases do not exist and neither do autoimmune diseases and if you follow my work and read my articles, you know this.

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So, medical doctors are amputating limbs left and right because the flesh-eating bacteria does not respond to the antibiotics given and here, some “lunatic” claims that those flesh-eating bacteria do not exist. This is absurd, isn’t it?

Yes this is absurd but only to a brainwashed medical “expert” since all that medical professionals know to do is to repeat what they have been told. A rational thinking is out of the question, and so is to even attempt to say something that would counter the accepted and promoted academic “truths”

Here comes the explanation.

What are those “flash eating bacteria”?

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A flesh eating bacteria can be any bacteria that is commonly found in the body.

The most common flesh-eating bacteria is a Staphylococcus aureus, then Staphylococcus pyogenes, but it could be also Escherichia coli, or Pseudomonas or any other bacteria commonly found in a healthy body, so: what turns suddenly a benign bacteria into this monstrous flesh-eating beast?

This is a very interesting question, isn’t it?

So here is the answer.

All those bacteria will thrive in a toxic body. Why?

Because bacteria, the same as a maggot, will not attack a healthy cell.

All pathogens live of decay, a rotten debris in the body.

What is the characteristic of every person that had a problem with so-called flesh-eating bacteria?

They all had very toxic blood, compromised blood circulation, and brewing gangrene.

Now you introduce bacteria to this environment through some skin injury and this is a perfect breeding field. Bacteria will grow like crazy.

The blood circulation is compromised so low oxygen is present and not enough macrophage is available.

Even if the bacteria were not present, injury in such a case would have problems healing.

Which kind of people regularly suffer from difficulties in healing their injuries?


What type of people are prone to the occurrence of the flesh eating bacteria?

Diabetics, alcoholics, smokers…

What do they have in common?

A poor blood circulation.

The question is, is the term “flesh-eating bacteria” appropriate or is this just another scapegoat to a problem doctors don’t know how to handle?

You be the judge.

The first error doctors do, they do not prevent diabetes from happening.


Because they do not know what causes it.

Second error doctors make, they do not heal diabetes.


Because they do not understand what is going on.

Third mistake doctors do, they blame poor blood circulation on the diabetes.


Because they do not understand what is going on.

The fourth mistake the doctors do, they do not heal the blood circulation.


Because they do not understand what causes it.

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Now, what can one expect to happen when a necrotic part of the body becomes infected?

The only thing that doctors know is to inject an antibiotic.

What can a doctor do if the antibiotic does not destroy the bacteria? They cut out the necrotic flesh.

Instead of calling them the flesh-eating bacteria, they should call them the dead flesh eating bacteria.

When bacteria starts eating the dead flesh, many toxins are being released, and new toxins that are produced as bacterial waste will increase the toxic load in the blood.

The body will immediately go into a cleansing state.

It will increase its heat, nausea, diarrhea, and sweat will follow.

Those are all the symptoms of cleansing which doctors interpret as the symptoms of a bacterial infection.

Instead of using antibiotics, doctor should use the nanoparticle colloidal silver.

The injury will heal and the bacteria, no matter which one, would be killed.

This should be the emergency treatment. Even hipper oxygenation would be a better thing to do than poisoning the already toxic body with antibiotics, but we should have never allowed the body to come into this state of deterioration.

Please, colleagues, open your eyes and see what you are doing.

Diabetes is not the result of a nonfunctioning pancreas. It is a direct result of an incorrect diet and it can be easily prevented and healed, only not with the knowledge that is given to us by the corrupt schooling system.

As you can see, the flesh-eating bacteria do not exist and the bacteria do not attack the flesh but it feeds on the dead debris of the body.

We should not worry about the “flesh-eating bacteria”, we should worry about our incompetent health “specialists”.

If you have a problem with a necrotic tissue or any chronic “disease” give me a shout and let me help you.

Love and light to us all.

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