A commercial egg laying flock in Weld County, Colorado, was infected with Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza in May 2022. The flock consisted of 1,928,000 hens which then died. When did this Influenza begin? What would be the best way to destroy an entire nation without bombs and nuclear missiles?... destroy its food supply...?
With the latest HPAI (Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza) case, the number of commercial birds affected by the virus in 2022 has reached 39,364,200. So far in 2022 HPAI has been confirmed in commercial poultry in the states of; Michigan, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa, Missouri, Kentucky, Indiana, Colorado, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Utah.
''Russia is considering changing its poultry flock vaccination strategy against Avian Influenza, taking into account food security concerns that emerged in the background of Western sanctions, Natalya Moroz, deputy production director of the Russian federal centre for animal health told the Russian publication Veterinary & Life.''
It would make sense that a meat shortage would be a big benefit to the population given the information outlined below. Could this be a silent war against meat producers?
There have been many fires across farms recently, where there has been no coverage online. Any websites that have reported the matter have been taken down.
- Fire destroys East Conway beef and pork meat market.
- Taylor Farms Food Processing plant burns down in Salinas, California.
- Fire destroys 75,000-square-foot processing plant in Fayetteville.
- Fire burns 40,000 lbs of food in a desert near Maricopa.
- Fire crews were called to Patak Meat Production company in Austell.
There are many more of these cases across the last year.
France has announced that it will be cutting down on its production of processed meats as these meats contain nitrates -which has been common knowledge for decades. Nitrates in the preserving of meat have strong links to causing cancer. Since a lot of meat has now been processed, it would be hard to dissect which meats are good for us, and which have been treated with this cancer-causing chemical.
''A full French ban had been feared by processed meat manufacturers who use nitrites in products such as ham and sausages. A review by Anses confirmed a World Health Organisation report in 2018 linking nitrates and nitrites ingested through processed meat to colorectal cancer.''
Why would any government allow the marketing and encouragement of foods laced with cancer-causing chemicals, and chemicals that clearly make people sick?
I think the answer is fairly obvious... especially when you take into account the fees associated with health care.
''Changes in dietary patterns is one of the factors that has affected the French population’s nutritional status, and possibly contributed to the increase in the prevalence of obesity in children and adults, though the prevalence of obesity in the country remains low compared to its European counterparts. Between 1997 and 2006, the prevalence of obesity in the French population increased from 8.6% to 13.1%. Between 2006 and 2015, the increase in obesity was not statistically significant, though the prevalence remained somewhat high, reaching 16.8% of men and 17.4% of women aged 18 or older.''
The real pandemic here seems to be obesity... which is something many of us already know. Our governments have spent billions on useless vaccines and Covid-19 relief packages. If our leaders spent the same amount of energy fixing the diets of their people, (the people who trusted them to guide the country), then maybe the natural frequency, happiness, and health of the world would increase as a whole.
Looking from zoomed out point of view; the people who are leading our countries are the same people watching us get poisoned on a day to day basis.
The main question here is; why are the mainstream media pushing this agenda? Why are they trying to put people off of meat now, and not before? Is it to enforce a more 'vegan' agenda to the people now that people are more open to veganism?
If anything, most vegan substitute foods are higher in processed chemicals than meat products are. It sounds as though we are being put off of meat, in order to be more gravitated to non-meat substitute food which is actually full of more toxic chemicals.
We the people.
Journalist at NVTV.