New Podcast: Organic Meat and Vaccines; Government rules; Culling herds
Corruption of the food supply; Nanoparticles in meat; Smoking guns
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I’ll be discussing my investigation of US organic meat. I’m narrowing in on that subject, about which many people have misconceptions. I want to examine “the cleanest meat” with reference to specific key questions, which impact on personal health:
Are there tiny toxic nanoparticles in organic meat?
Will there be many nanoparticles in organic meat?
What government regulations apply?
Are there vaccines in organic meat? What are the implications for conventional meat?
Are there possible pressures on organic livestock farmers to conform to “less than best practices” in raising their animals?
Again, I’m focusing on organic meat and vaccines, because these new RNA nanoparticle injections are going to flood the country and the world. As I warned two years ago:
The rush to get authorization for RNA nanoparticle COVID vaccines was a strategy for opening the door to MANY new such vaccines.
The open medical literature warns of the dangers of nanoparticles in the body.
So how should we assess what’s already happening and will soon happen to “the best of the meat supply?”
There is already at least one huge smoking gun to discuss…and I will.
Join me in this podcast.
-- Jon Rappoport
INTERCESSION OF FEDERAL REGULATORS
This isn't about vaccines, but is about the meat industry.
I knew a lady & her husband who raised organic emus, for meat.
They had a very small farm compared to neighboring cattle farms.
Emus were basically free range, within a large enclosed pen, with small wooden huts (the size of an average outdoor backyard tool shed) that they would nest in. The mothers routinely would produce babies that keep herd numbers up. I believe the lady said that the emus were hearty animals, requiring little extra care. This was 25 years ago, so I didn't ask about any (possible) antibiotic or vaccine use, but she did emphasize that they were completely organic. Emu meat is very low in fat & I believe higher protein/ounce, relative to beef.
The meat was quite good, like filet, no fat marbling, pan frying produced a rich maroon broth. Meet was slightly dry like filet, but delicious.
Her business was very successful, but small. You had to order meet 6 months in advance.
She said one time a federal regulator showed up & said she had to build special this & that, gave her a list of government-approved subcontractors to do the work. Her husband said it was all bs. Contractor costs were $30K. They closed up shop. Her husband thought it was the neighboring beef industry, because their little business was quite noteworthy.
They brought the remaining animals to their home to live as pets as their were unnecessary regulations for transport to other farms, which were far away.
We’re in a unique position, I keep kids at home and husbands business is not a local one or one that can be easily attacked. We don’t shy away from threats either, we fight back hard. I think I single handedly stopped the construction of houses on the 20 acres behind our house. I went to the town meeting, told them they were all crooks. Had some legitimate names and facts on the property. It went belly up shortly after that, know one knows why exactly. But I said a few incriminating things they were doing, told them I was paying attention and had all the time in the world to follow the money.