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Fake meat grown in labs might make investors rich, but it's a nightmare for human health (www.naturalnews.com)

The inputs used to make cell-cultured “meat,” which can hardly be called meat at all, are so unknown in terms of their effects on the human body that it truly is a crime against humanity for the stuff to be gradually making its way into the food supply.

There won’t be anything left that’s natural once these demons get finished tampering with the entire food supply.

What do you think?

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iliketrees
iliketrees
4 months ago

Growing and raising your own food isn’t an optional thing any more if you want to stay healthy. If you haven’t started yet, start today, not next year.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
4 months ago
Reply to  iliketrees

I have a demanding job and a long commute. I dont have time to grow food. A lot of us are in the same boat. And I am city people and don’t have a green thumb. The thought of trying to produce all my own food makes me hysterical. I have to work so much to survive I can barely bring myself to cook, let alone learn to garden.

iliketrees
iliketrees
4 months ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

I also have an extremely busy life starting a homestead and running a new company that I have a commute to, and it’s very hard to do it all for me too. Excuses won’t feed you though, so get planting! Start with a couple of plants in buckets or indoors and go from there. Literally everyone can produce food no matter where they live. Saying you can’t is just going to force you to be their digital currently slave when you’re starving. You also need to be stockpiling food even if it’s little by little. No excuses.

Lee
Lee
4 months ago
Reply to  iliketrees

The message is good but the delivery is a bit harsh. Not sure why that was necessary.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
4 months ago
Reply to  Lee

I agree.

Larrycoconut
Larrycoconut
4 months ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

Dude, I feel the pain. I know it is so easy for those on the outside to tell you what to do with your time and money because nobody is in your exact shoes but you. Gardening in a traditional manner may not be an option for you. What about non traditional? Like has been said, start with a couple of small plants. If you don’t have a huge area to plant due to living in an apartment or condo, look in to investing in some buckets and grow lights. Buckets may be found about anywhere and cheap, if not totally free. Grow lights are pretty cheap on the web. You may need to use fertilizer on the regular and would be bound to water them on your own, but the results would be better than nothing.

breaker
breaker
4 months ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

Fleur, it is a little overwhelming at first. This kind of article makes you think about what is important in life, and I believe gardening is a core to a good life. The majority of people throughout history have done it. It is noble and satisfying work. Don’t worry about having a green thumb, at first everyone just sends plants home to Jesus (as my wife likes to say).

There is so much joy and wonder in it. If you are interested in a little inspiration, I recommend the Unsettling of America by Wendell Berry (I listened to it on audiobook, it was great).

All that to say, I hope that this is encouraging, and I wish you the best in your gardening or not-gardening life.

Last edited 4 months ago by breaker
Vievie
Vievie
4 months ago
Reply to  iliketrees

Absolutely. We purchased a small homestead way outside the city a few years ago ~ at the time, I thought my hubby was a bit nuts ~ not wrong, just “too soon”. I should have known, he is uncannily always right.

Currently we have chickens just for eggs, bcs I hate the idea of killing animals. I would go vegetarian, but my husband would hate that. Plus, we have several rescue cats and dogs to feed. So we will be setting up feed chickens immediately. And getting goats for milk.

Also, while I already garden, dry, and can food, I’m going to promptly learn how to collect my own seeds at the end of the growing season ~ bcs who knows how much longer organic, non-GMO heirloom seeds will still be available on the market.

Oh, and water. Get off the public system if at all possible! So many major drugs have been found to have traces in city water. And if you wanted to instantly make an entire region sick, and dependent on Big Pharma, I can’t think of a faster, cheaper way to do it than thru the water system.

If you can’t avoid the public water system, an affordable water distiller is a must. There are solar powered ones available. Add back a pinch of real sea salt to restore the good minerals, and you’ll be safer and healthier.

These are really scary times, indeed. I truly never expected to see the world go this crazy, this fast. All these “someday” goals are suddenly at the top of our list.

Last edited 4 months ago by vievie
Nevermind
Nevermind
4 months ago
Reply to  iliketrees

They will of course do anything in their power to deny people ability to grow their own food. You can be sure. They are already inventing laws to make it impossible. You think carbon footprint is BS? YOU WON’T be able to grow your food if those bastards are not stopped

Last edited 4 months ago by averagejoe
nathaniel
nathaniel
4 months ago
Reply to  Nevermind

they are spineless cowards that hide behind their monopoly on violence they are way weaker than wed like to believe just wait as the facade fades the people will attack; false
organized religion is next

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
4 months ago

Lab grown meat is so disgusting an idea I can’t fathom eating such a thing. I will go full vegan before I do that.