Fake Meat Human Genocide

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Moolec molecular farming is gearing up to launch fake meat proteins from Genetically modified crops by late 2024. Injecting pig genes into gm soy to make it meat like, the seed is pinkish inside. Unfortunately the soy bean contains glyphosate at obscene levels, well beyond what is healthy for humans, as the soybeans are grown with the violent monoculture agricultural systems that destroy habitats, soil, and water sources. The crops are sprayed with glyphosate to kill weeds and the soy plants are sprayed too but don’t die. Roundup ready soybean seed.

Real Bio-diverse Food superior to Fake Meat

Educated and aware people know that eating meat and fish from industrial breeding and growing methods is now a threat to our health and the health of the planet. Most of the genetically modified crops go to feeding these animals in ugly destructive ocean and land farms. All designed to pack into a cookie cutter franchise model for eating food straight off the factory line.

Covid 19 crippled the conventional Meat Industry

The COVID-19 pandemic had a significant impact on meat processing plants worldwide. This was no accident. Several challenges arose due to the nature of the work in these facilities, including close working conditions, the need for physical contact, and the difficulty of maintaining social distancing. Here are some of the key aspects related to meat processing plants during the COVID-19 pandemic:

Outbreaks and Worker Safety:

Meat processing plants became hotspots for COVID-19 outbreaks due to the close proximity of workers and the nature of the work, which often involves crowded production lines.
The safety of workers became a major concern, leading to temporary closures or reduced operations in some facilities.
Supply Chain Disruptions:

The closure or reduced capacity of meat processing plants disrupted the supply chain, leading to shortages of certain meat products in some regions.
Farmers faced challenges in processing livestock, leading to the culling of animals in some cases.
Measures Implemented:

Many meat processing plants implemented strict hygiene measures, increased sanitation efforts, and adopted social distancing practices to protect workers.
Temperature checks, use of personal protective equipment (PPE), and reconfiguration of workspaces were common strategies to mitigate the spread of the virus.
Government Responses:

Governments implemented guidelines and regulations to ensure the safety of workers in meat processing plants.
Some regions provided financial support to affected businesses and workers, while others increased inspections and monitoring.
Impact on Workers:

Many workers in meat processing plants faced health risks and challenges during the pandemic. Some plants reported high rates of COVID-19 infections among employees.
Labor unions and worker advocacy groups called for improved safety measures, better working conditions, and fair compensation for those working in the industry.
Long-Term Changes:

The challenges faced during the pandemic prompted discussions about the long-term sustainability and resilience of the meat processing industry.
Some companies explored technological innovations, automation, and changes in production processes to enhance worker safety and operational efficiency.
It’s important to note that the situation varied across different countries and regions, and responses to the challenges posed by the pandemic were diverse. The experiences of meat processing plants during COVID-19 highlighted vulnerabilities in the global food supply chain and spurred discussions on improving resilience and safety measures in the industry.

Moulding human behaviour to take over Food Supply

We are learning more everyday about the impacts of the covid pandemic and the forces behind it. Changing our everyday habits to prepare us for a new world planned by billionaires and giant monopolies.

Seventy five percent of our food comes from small farmers worldwide. Genetically modified food and its benefits is a myth and propaganda by these money hungry corporations, working feverishly behind the veils of Science, wanting to convince us that it is good for us. It is an incomplete science that doesn’t consider the whole and poisons us and the environment.

It also violates small farmers rights to thousands of years of adaptation and biodiversity. We are reminded here that nature is not for sale and cannot be stolen.

Real Food under threat

The food chain and our food security is under threat more than ever before. Most of the conflicts in the world are about implementing a new ‘Green Revolution’ even though the old one was such a dismal failure. Tech and science seem to think they have all the answers, but they don’t take nature’s intelligence as part of the equation.

Bill Gates and Gene Drives

There was a moratorium on ‘Gene Drives’ but Bill Gates lobbied to have it stopped so he could push full steam ahead into technologies that have not been tested and can never be tested, breeding Friendly TM ‘smart insects’ that crash populations. There was even talk of doing a gene drive on the amaranth plant, an extremely nutritious peasant food worldwide. It has become a super weed in the GM crops so they wanted to crash the population and wipe it out. This would have dire consequences on the food security of millions of people worldwide.

Wars created to destroy small farmers and their Communities

The war in Iraq, the war in Ukraine, these places were the food baskets of the earth, with abundant and prospering small farmers. They have been bombed to oblivion, people and communities displaced and biodiversity destroyed. While the war in Syria was raging, 26,000 seed samples from the country were collected and sent to Svalbard Global Seed Vault in Norway. This is Bill Gate’s gene pool for his Frankenstein food. Now Bill Gates has his troops on the ground in Africa, South East Asia and Latin America, filling the small farmers heads with lies about their own seed and how the ‘superior’ seeds of suicide will benefit them.

Beware this carcinogenic fake meat and all the claims that it is a cure for world hunger, nutrition and sustainability. It is lies and spin. Support the revolution against this reckless and greedy technology, if you can’t grow and save your own local open pollinated seed, then buy and support a farmer who does. We need our small farmers, the last free people on the planet. Every action helps. Be aware of where your food comes from and who you are supporting. Nature as ‘Commons’ is at stake.
Read the work of Activist Vandana Shiva, working to protect seed.

Read the work of Vandana Shiva fighting on the frontline for nature as commons shared by all, owned by no-one.

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