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No Thanks, Bill Gates, Kim Kardashian & Beyond Meat! Exposing The Hidden Agenda Behind Fake Meats!

Think plant-based and lab-created proteins are just another option in the meat case? Think again. These companies, and their Silicon Valley investors, have boldly claimed that they plan to eliminate the animal agriculture industry and replace meat, dairy, and eggs with their imitation alternatives.
Bill Gates, a major investor in farmland, Beyond Meat, and even lab-created breast milk, says, "I do think all rich countries should move to 100% synthetic beef. You can get used to the taste difference, and the claim is they’re going to make it taste even better over time.”
In a recent advertisement for Beyond Meat, Kim Kardashian claimed, "“This plant-based meat is not only amazingly delicious, but it is also better for you and for the planet. It’s a simple change that makes a big difference.”
The World Economic Forum (WEF), which just met in May 2022, also has its sights set on animal agriculture and climate change. Here's what they say about beef, "Reining in climate change won't require everyone to become vegetarian or vegan, or even to stop eating beef. If ruminant meat consumption in high-consuming countries declined to about 50 calories a day or 1.5 burgers per person per week — about half of current U.S. levels and 25 percent below current European levels, but still well above the national average for most countries — it would nearly eliminate the need for additional agricultural expansion (and associated deforestation), even in a world with 10 billion people."
WEF predicts cricket protein is in our future. Here's what they say: "Finding a bug in your food can be a moment of horror that kills the mood and your appetite in one fell swoop. But that might be about to change, according to Meticulous Research, who’ve crunched the numbers on why we’ll soon be voluntarily crunching insects. The market research company predicts the global market for edible insects could grow to $1.18 billion by 2023. That’s almost triple its current level."
And everyday, new companies are creating new "sustainable" imitation products that seek to replace natural products like beef, dairy, and eggs. Farmers and ranchers aren't afraid of the competition; however, politicians, investors, and the media have plainly stated they wish to make these products the ONLY choice for consumers.
How do they do that? Sin taxes. Increased regulations. Burdensome guidelines. "Climate change" goals for "net neutrality" set by globalists. And ultimately, it's an attack not just on our food, but on our private property rights, and humanity.
How do you feel about fake meats, imitation products, lab-based slime, and elitists like Bill Gates and Kim Kardashian who want to shove these items down our throat? You know how I feel, but I would love to hear your thoughts!

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