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GMO, Frankenfoods and Lab Grown Meat, but not In Florida
Joseph P. Farrell

There’s some interesting news out of Florida regarding the most recent version of frankenfoods that “the elite” want all of us to eat while they continue to dine on typical human things. In the “rules for thee but not for me” universe of Baal Gates and der Hochklaus Freiherr von Blohschwab und Bloviation, while we’re all dining at our local scorpion-and-crickets all-you-can-eat-buffet with a big juicy lab-grown rib-and-eye steak-like-product (i.e., a “meat-like product” containing various eyes and rib parts from various failed laboratory experiments), Baal and der Hochklaus will still be dining on wine made from real (non-GMO grapes) and steak and eggs made from real grass-fed cattle and laid by real free-range chickens.   And of course, if the planscamdemic template was any indicator of what we can expect, then we know that various “mysterious ingredients” in the quackcines of a “proprietary nature” could not be disclosed, while people around the world are dying of rubbery clots from the clot shots that they with reckless abandon called “vaccines”. In short, they deliberately conducted a trial on uninformed humans who had no ability to give informed consent. Or to put it more bluntly, they used the opportunity to poison people. Think they won’t use the opportunity in their frankenfood agenda to do the same thing?

With that in mind, consider the following story shared by W.G., T.S. and others (with our thanks) about Florida’s governor DeSantis signing into law a bill banning “lab-grown meat” in his state:

DeSantis says ‘take your fake meat elsewhere’ and signs bill banning lab-grown meat

Notice, from the article, what lab-grown meat is made of:

Lab-grown meat is meat developed from animal stem cells. The first cultivated beef patty was created in 2013, and as of 2023, there were about 60 startups around the world working to produce lab-grown meat.

Now while I hope and wish that other states would take similar steps to protect their agriculture and food supply, I have a question about lab-grown meat that no one seems to be asking, and I want to go back to the introduction in previous decades of growth hormones into the meat supply. The reasons for this practice are well known: growth hormones meant more beef or pork (or chicken or turkey) per head, and hence an overall increase in the food supply. But there were no long-term intergenerational effects studies to support any claims made at the time that such modifications were harmless. What we suspect is that, overall, the human population in those countries where this practice spread became, on average, much taller than that of previous generations. Some blame the increased use of plastics, rather than glass, as food storage for the rapid decline of testosterone in modern men compared with their grandfathers two generations ago. Male virility and female fertility appear to be declining. Did the introduction of growth hormones into the meat supply, and hence “from outside” the human individual, result in a commensurate loss of the production of testosterone in men over time, and an increase in the testosterone levels in women over time? Are we looking at possible causes for the loss of masculinity in men, and the increase of masculine traits and characteristics in women? Again, maybe. No one knows because if such studies were done – and I have no doubt that there must be at least a few – they have not gained traction for whatever reason. We’ll get back to my high octane speculations about that “whatever reason” in a moment.

Why is all of this relevant? It’s relevant because I have to wonder what the intergenerational effects of eating meat grown from stem cells might be. No one, really, knows. Might it result in yet another odd growth spurt in the average height of humans over generations? Maybe. Might it lead to increase of cancers? Maybe. Might it adversely increase or damp human virility and fertility? Maybe. Might it lead to exaggerated sexual-behavioral characteristics among men and women? Maybe. Again, no one knows, because the studies have not been done.

This brings me to my high octane speculation of the day. Suppose you wanted to find out what happens when you inject whole swaths of humanity with highly experimental genetic and nano-technologies of various brews and recipes (think of the three witches in MacBeth here). You can’t just  go out and do it, nor can you afford to pay hundreds of thousands, millions, of people to volunteer to do it (you don’t want to spend the money). So you create a scam; a “pandemic” that you blow way out of proportion to get people to line up for the injections which you get lots of institutions to agree to mandate for their workers and employees. Then you deliberately give a few some placebos, and others various versions of the experimental drugs which you track the reactions to by their batch numbers. Simple.

In short, you conduct your intergenerational large scale population testing covertly.

I submit that the same template of covert testing is probably in play behind the current push for "synthetic meats", and I strongly agree with Florida's decision to say "not here, thank you very much".  It's a revolt that needs to spread - and quickly - to other states and couontries.

Again, why is all of this relevant?

It was brought home with some force to me over the last weekend. Holy week though it was, I had to run out and stock up on a few groceries for the coming week - this week. On my pass by the bakery section of the store, I noticed some cookies, and I cannot resist cookies and milk as a late night snack. So I picked up the container of cookies and, on a lark, turned it over to read the ingredients. There, on the label, I read "Contains bioengineered food products", a wonderfully vague description that could mean almost anything, including human "food products" (and I don't put that past them either).

I quickly replaced the cookies, gagging as I did so.

After the planscamdemic cofib fiasco and the utter failure of federal institutions in its regard, I hope more states will take up Florida's position, and more to the point, insist on  a ban on such "bioengineered food products" or at least minimnally a clear and accurate labeling law and even a warning clearly displayed on all such products. Further, there should be a special tax on such products.

See you on the flip side...

Born and raised in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science". Following a paradigm of researching the relationship between alternative history and science, Farrell has followed with a stunning series of books, each conceived to stand alone, but each also conceived in a pre-arranged sequence:

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