Did you know that “scientists” are working on using food as a way to “vaccinate” society?
Karen Kingston, a Pfizer whistleblower, made that warning last month. She noted that the bought and paid for “fact checkers” have declared that false, but boom, here’s the mainstream media praising this latest and greatest way to experiment on the masses.
In September of 2021, the University of California-Riverside was promoting its work on the new way to “vaccinate.” From the UCR article:
“The future of vaccines may look more like eating a salad than getting a shot in the arm. UC Riverside scientists are studying whether they can turn edible plants like lettuce into mRNA vaccine factories.”
Then there was this news from Dr. Joseph Mercola that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will ban real meat by 2024. Well, don’t get too worked up, at least not yet. At the bottom of the article, Mercola wrote that “the FDA ban on real meat is a fictional scenario.” It was posted on April 1, otherwise known as April Fool’s Day.
However, it was the headline that was false. Mercola noted he used the joke as a warning of what really could happen based on real news of the day.
Writing on the reason for the fake ban, Mercola writes: “The decision comes on the heels of repeated public appeals to the Western world by Bill Gates to stop eating real meat and transition to lab-grown synthetic ‘beef’ instead.”
That, in fact, is true. Gates has argued for “100% synthetic beef.”
Writing for The Defender last month, Mercola reported on the very real story of the first ever gene-edited cow being approved by the FDA to be sold in the American market.
Mercola writes: “The animals, created by bioengineering company Recombinetics, have genes modified to make their coats shorter and slicker. The genetic modification to their coats is intended to help them better withstand heat stress, allowing them to gain more weight and increase the efficiency of meat production — but at what cost?”
The gene-editing is done through the use of CRISPR, one of the latest tools of the mad scientists.
“CRISPR has been associated with unintended mutations that may not immediately be apparent, a concerning prospect since the genetic alterations are passed onto offspring,” Mercola writes. “Gene-edited foods have already been released into the food supply, but their safety is largely unknown, as gene editing isn’t a perfect science. Unintentional off-target edits could cause changes to plant DNA, with consequences that could include growth disturbances, exposure to plant diseases or the introduction of allergens or toxins.”
Of course, the FDA fast tracked the approval process, as Mercola notes, with no long-term studies on the safety of such meat.
But, for myself, there are far more concerns with this gene-editing than just safety. This is the continued act of “scientists” playing god, and I don’t believe the one true God is pleased by such arrogance from man.
“The notion that high-tech, ‘farm free’ lab food is a viable solution to the food crisis is simply a continuation of the same mechanistic mindset which has brought us to where we are today — the idea that we are separate from and outside of nature,” wrote Vandana Shiva.
Shiva added: “Farming without farmers, farming without biodiversity, farming without soil, is the vision of those who have already brought us to the brink of catastrophe.”
The globalists certainly want to control our food, and they’ve used the supply chain crises that they caused to take more control. We need to start becoming self-sufficient and independent from the globalist system.
Mercola, in his April Fool’s article, offered some advice, and it starts with going local.
“For now, however, sourcing your foods from a local farmer is still one of your best bets to ensure you’re getting wholesome food, and I would encourage you to do so while you still can,” Mercola wrote.