The fake meat agenda is here

The fake meat agenda is here
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April 25, 2020 –

No doubt over the past year or so you’ve seen countless advertisements and media endorsements for restaurants featuring “fake meat” as a new staple part of their menus; and your diet.

It wasn’t an accident that the beast system began conditioning us to replace real meat in our diets with chemical-laden food-like-product prior to the Covid-19 plandemic.

Today, we see the largest meat producers closing down under the guise of Covid-19 safety.

Real meat will soon be very difficult to find in stores. And what do you think will replace it?

Impossible meat.”

Your first question during this un-requested transition should be, why is it safe for employees to work in factories that produce fake meat, but not safe for employees to work in meat packing plants?

There must be an agenda behind it.

And there is.

Although marketed to the public as a “plant-based” food, Impossible meat is more of a science experiment than it is real food.

In 2015, the FDA didn’t imply or assert that the product’s main ingredient, “heme,” was unsafe when it responded to an inquiry.

However, it also refused to give the ingredient its blessing in the standard form of a “no questions or objections” letter that allows firms to present consumers proof that the FDA approves.

What is Impossible meat made of?

The question then is, what is this new fake meat made out of? If it’s plant-based, then it must be good for you, right?


For a manufacturer to label a product as “plant-based” simply means that some sort of plant goes into its ingredients. In the case of Impossible meat, that ingredient is soy protein concentrate and soy protein isolate.

In high consumption levels, both of these ingredients are known to cause:

  • Heart disease
  • Hot flashes
  • Breast cancer
  • Prostate cancer
  • Memory and cognitive function problems
  • Thyroid conditions
  • Loss of sexual vitality

In general, soybeans are a good quality protein because their amino acid content is similar to that in meat, and they’re a good source of fiber, minerals, and complex carbs. But to create soy protein isolate, soybeans are chemically engineered to “isolate” their protein.

This process strips out all of the other nutrients the original bean contained.

Here is the full list of ingredients in Impossible meat:

  • Water
  • Soy protein concentrate
  • Coconut oil
  • Sunflower oil
  • Natural flavors
  • Methylcellulose
  • Yeast extract
  • Cultured dextrose
  • Potato protein (less than 2%)
  • Modified food starch
  • Leghemoglobin
  • Soy protein isolate
  • Mixed tocopherols
  • Zinc gluconate
  • Thiamine Hydrochloride
  • Sodium ascorbate
  • Pyridoxine hydrochloride
  • Niacin
  • Riboflavin
  • Vitamin B12

It’s time we start asking more questions about the foods that are presented to us by the beast system. If you’re able, start hunting or raising your own meat so that you won’t be stuck eating a science experiment sold as a food product.

If that isn’t an option, talk to local farmers about what options you have to buy large amounts of meat directly from them, rather than going through national distributors.

Not only will this help keep them in business, but you’ll know exactly what you’re putting into your body.

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7 thoughts on “The fake meat agenda is here

  1. Cancer is caused by lack of cholesterol. Vegans have one way ticket to cannibalism and diabetes.
    I was vegan for 3 years and I can tell you, never again! Too much fiber, you shit all day long. Fully meat diet absolutely is a way to go…

  2. Although I can see the point that the elites have an agenda as far as global food supply control, and that the fake, or lab meat could be part of it, I feel compelled to jump in here and defend veganism.

    I’m vegan and know lots of other vegans who are extremely healthy, following a whole food plant based diet, rather than “vegan junk food”.

    To be vegan doest not mean you are healthy or otherwise.

    It means you take a stance against animal cruelty and unnecessary exploitation. It takes exponentially more resources and land to produce meat vs veggies. Veggies are the food God made for us to eat. As someone stated, both the Garden of Eden and the afterlife are described as vegan in the Bible.

    The whole thing about complete protein and our need to eat meat is propaganda by none less than the 2 highest lobbying industries int he world – pharma and food. Meat is associated with all the leading causes of death in the world, such as heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and more. But of course they don’t want people to know this.
    This just adds insult to injury that the moral and ethical reasons to not eat meat are many, even if God didn’t explicitly forbid us to eat animals.

    Back on topic, I am very sorry for the workers in these industries, but I can’t say I’m sorry that millions of innocent, beautiful, sentient, God-created animals are not being mass slaughtered.

    1. From my experience in my vegan groups, lab meat is mostly for non-vegans, or people transitioning.
      Most of my vegan friends are disgusted by the idea of eating anything that resembles meat, so before anyone throws out the baby with the bath water, let this vegan agree that lab meat is NOT a healthy food.

  3. Ok Scott, while I agree with a little bit I have seen lots of vegans actually getting sick and losing a ton of weight cause of their diet choices. Would you kindly explain to me what has made you different? I’m curious and am not trying to cause an issue…Thank you.

    1. Hi Loudred; I don’t know. I’m currently not vegan but have been strictly in the past and have known a lot of vegetarians and vegans for many years and I’ve never known anyone to have any issues at all. Losing weight can be a good thing. Obviously too much is a problem but what you eat is only a small factor in that. I have gained weight as a vegan cause I ate well and didn’t exercise enough. It’s mostly just your calories in vs calories out. In saying all that, I really don’t know what is truly right and wrong and it appears lots of people flourish from all sorts of different dietary habits. I think health has more to do with natural, organic foods and each persons individual body type. Full disclosure, I’m currently eating a bit of cheese and eggs. I also will have some fish or chicken occasionally depending on the situation. I do believe people these days eat way too much meat in general but the biggest problem with modern diets is the processed garbage. My biggest issue is with the industrial food system, which is as satanic as anything else in this world.

  4. While I agree that a lot of fake meat is full of bad and chemically derived ingredients, I don’t believe vegetarianism is actually unhealthy or unholy. It seems that the garden of eden was vegan and I see a lot of scripture that suggests that the coming kingdom of God may be something similar also. Traditional vegetarian protein sources, like tofu, beans, lentils, chickpeas etc, are very healthy and loaded with protein and other nutrients. I personally don’t have a problem with people hunting or raising their own meat but I’m sure our cruel industrial farming system is not pleasing to the lord. I may be completely wrong and I am a hopeless animal lover but I have been mostly vegetarian/vegan for nearly 20 years now with no related health issues.

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