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Yes, you read that headline entirely correctly. Not content to control every other aspect of your life, the proverbial "They" also want to control your diet, what you eat, and monitor whether or not your sticking to your diet by monitoring your poop. Consider it Mr. Globaloney's version of a colonoscopy, only it will be a daily affair(found and shared by Mr. H.B.):

The end of food freedom? Future food services may control what you eat by stocking food prescribed by doctors via smart appliances

And in case you think I made up the headline and my opening summary of the latest "bright idea" to come from the technocracy, consider this:

There is no doubt that some of us make incredibly poor decisions when it comes to the food we eat. From processed “box” meals to plenty of junk food, it is probably true to say that the American diet is one of the worst in the world. And this lack of nutrition has become especially apparent in recent years with the increase in the number of people with obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease and other lifestyle related illnesses.

Nonetheless, while many of us could probably use some guidance and assistance in making healthier food choices, very few of us would like the right to choose what we eat taken away from us entirely. And yet, that is exactly what the future may hold, according to Hewlett Packard’s magazine, Enterprise.

The magazine claims that technology should be utilized to “help us eat better,” and says that the time is coming very soon when doctors will write out food prescriptions to be delivered to our doors via a food service, cooked by your “smart” stove and restocked by your “smart” refrigerator.

And here's the part that leads me to my high octane speculation, and frankly, this is chilling:

And that, claims Enterprise, is where online ordering and smart technology can save the day.

Since online food delivery services cut out the “middle man,” they are often considerably cheaper. They also only deliver the ingredients in the exact amount needed for a specific meal or meals, which can cut down on costs.

But some feel that this model could be taken a step further with the introduction of prescription food services.

Enterprise explains the concept as follows:

Soon your doctor will prescribe more than medicine to get you healthy and keep you that way. That means prescribing technology to help you monitor your condition and maintain your wellness. By this point, the doctor has also diagnosed any conditions you might have and has prescribed a meal plan for you. Food will be delivered and cooked for you with a lot less effort than previously.

Your obedient compliance to this “prescription” will then be monitored by “prescribed medical wearables or other devices,” which will report back directly to your doctor via smart apps. The article even claims quite proudly, though it’s hard to see why, that there may be devices that will analyze your bodily excretions and scan your internal organs – always reporting back to your doctor, of course. (Italicized emphasis in the original, boldface emphasis added.)

Note what is happening: with the "internet of things" and "the convenience of home delivery" one can simply order one's food on line and have it delivered. But, there might be a "doctor's intervention" logged into your account, that you need to eat so much of such and such and no more, and with your smart appliances and smart meters (to make sure you're not using too much electricity cooking that food and the occasional forbidden snack).  What we're looking at is the "diet side" of the "GMO geopolitics." Perhaps it may even get to the point that GMO consumption will have to be reinforced by physicians writing prescriptions to eat so many ears of GMO corn, and frankly, I wouldn't put it past them.

There's a larger looming implication here, and that is the opportunity for more control: a household of "x" amount of people will be "prescribed" a diet of such and such for its meals, and no more. In other words, in the guise of "keeping us healthy" what is actually happening is a play is being made to tell individuals how much they can eat and what they can eat. One can envision this coupled to "what kind of job one has" and "what its caloric demands are", and your diet will be correlated to your "lifestyle" and income. Think of it as a kind of global Auschwitz: outside the commandant's compound, all is gray and sicklied o'er with the pall of emaciated death and rations designed only to sustain "the workers." Inside that compound, all is lovely and green, and the elite overseeing it all eat gourmet food prepared by skilled chefs.

There is a saving grace in all this that has been a constant thorn in Mr. Globaloney's plans down through the ages: human nature. Human nature both compels the quest of some for absolute power over their fellow man, and also resists it:

At the end of the day, human nature is such that being forced to do something usually doesn’t work out well, right? After all, if we really want to lose weight and be healthy, we’ll do it. And if we don’t, no amount of prescribing, delivering, “smart cooking” or smart app monitoring will make a jot of difference.

So, stand for freedom: fill out your grocery list on a piece of paper; drive to the grocery store; shop for the items (and include some junk food in your list, just for kicks).

See you on the flip side...



  1. I don’t think this report is far-fetched at all-

    if one has viewed Aaron Russo’s monumental film “America: Freedom to Fascism” I think this is what is coming down the pike unless enough people pull their heads out of the sand, smell the napalm and do something against it-

    please digest (no pun intended) the bit about how our food intake will be controlled/monitored in this film-

    take care all-


  2. Sadly, I know I few people who would welcome such a system thinking it as helping them and not see the dangers they are just a trial for the rest of us.

    I still remember the times when parents, well mostly mothers, came with a petition to sign against the erecting towers for cell phone coverage. They suspected it was bad for their children and right they where. Where are those mothers today!

  3. This would be a natural extension of the current model: make money selling them food that makes them ill; make money selling them pharmaceuticals to treat the illness–all the while achieving such other nifty goals as monitoring the population, reducing life expectancy, draining disposable income, and enriching some cartel that manufactures the technology. A paragon of Prussian efficiency.

    Monitoring our poop isn’t nearly as farfetched as it might sound. We’ve already got, or will soon have, microchipped pills that communicate data wirelessly in order to increase medication “compliance” (and help grandma, benefit the mentally ill, cut healthcare costs–the usually kind of warm-and-fuzzy cover), as described, for example, here:

    It’s a short leap from monitoring the pills we take to monitoring the food we eat.

  4. And when you pay for that food, and perhaps those Twinkies or Ruffles or some such snack, pay it in C-A-S-H.

  5. marcos toledo

    The slavery addicted wet dream a parasites paradise control of everybody else their only reason for existence pathetic little worms.

  6. What will Big Pharma have to say about this?

    If you believe the narrative, people will live a longer healthier lifestyle. How will they convince you to buy their drugs? Trade prescription meds for prescription food? I’m all for living healthier, but Big Pharma will have their say, if they don’t control the whole thing in the long run anyway.

    You’ll pry my steak and bourbon from my cold dead hands.

  7. Never gonna happen, except possibly for the aged or infirm. However, they might try. Expect blowback…

    I view this much like the ‘connected’ smart-car that can also be taken-over remotely. If there is a reason, the ‘system’ swings into play. Problem solved. ‘Remote food management’ allows sooo many more creative options of that type…

    1. The Powers That Should Not Be will require two seemingly antipathetic narratives to run at the same time so that a third ‘impartial” elite can interpret the whole thing for us…. it’s both and.

  8. Of course, after they’ve disarmed people of their own determination, who else is going to decide for them? Their methods are indeed pervasive.

  9. This is nothing more than population culling.

    First off, allopathic doctors have virtually no training in nutrition, and the little bit they do think they know is corporate marketing drivel which contradicts well documented fact and human history.

    If you follow a diet given by an allopathic doctor, it will kill you, period. They are completely ignorant of the facts, and between cognitive bias, ego, and corporate control of “standards of care,” no doctor now has any latitude in their decisions about their patients. They have become simply arrogant drug pushers for IG Farben spin-offs. Might as well trade in that cadeuseus for an SS death head.

    America is indeed turning into Auschwitz West.

    Why is it that greedy, empire building elites never learn from history? All that inbreeding must make them as blisteringly stupid as a bag of sand. These kind of tactics have failed over and over and over again, for thousands of years. They will always create their own demise, and make a ridiculous mess in the process.” What fools these mortals be.”

    Obviously, their secret, handed-down knowledge doesn’t make them any smarter or wiser than the average street punk. Technology obviously does not equal wisdom. There is no worse combination than stupidity and arrogance.

    With the technology they have, we could have a literal paradise on Earth for everyone, with a clean environment, plenty of food, education, and exploration of all that life could be, for all creeds and religions (well, maybe except one or two).

    Idiots, idiots, idiots. God save us from these brain dead buffoons.

    1. It is our emotions (the limbic system) that allow us the possibility of being empathic. Once you can put yourself in another’s shoes, ‘ignorant’ decisions/agendas tend to go away. This suggests that those with the “secret, handed-down knowledge” either have a ‘primitive’ limbic system (like the purported Dracos), or have ‘edited’ it out of their genome (like the purported Greys)…

  10. The vast majority of people in western countries eat food every day that causes them major health problems and premature death. I don’t know what it is that causes people to consume the diet they do, but it is a serious problem for our society.

    This is a lecture by Dr. Gregor MD where he addresses how diet related to the top ten reasons we die. His sense of humor is a little wacky, but the information is extremely compelling.

    Dr. Gregor has a book called “How Not to Die”.
    Another very compelling book is “The China Study”, by Dr. Colin Campbell. I’m a hardened skeptic who was on the full pizza/cheeseburger diet and I went vegan half way through “The China Study”. That was five years ago.

    1. Robert Barricklow

      Still won’t alleviate the chemtrails and/or wifi 5G
      coming down the death pipeline
      [see above video I posted].

      Well done video for those who believe in yesterday.
      [before chemtrails/5G]

    2. And there lies the problem, I prefer the Gedgaudas approach complete opposite to yours for that same health benefit and not to mention dodging all the wifi radiation is a feat in itself in today’s world.
      I will stick to my meaty wildlife and occasional bourbon saturated in fats surrounded by lots of greens.

    3. The title of the book puts it in the fiction category as we All do die at some point…
      My local newspaper recently had a bigwig doctor writing an editorial on the ‘unhealthys’ living among us and he actually wrote that the ‘healthys’ should give them the evil eye and let them know they are the whole problem of our medical system failure. Of course the doctor didn’t mention that medical errors are the third leading cause of death or the enormous amount of money paid out for seniors health costs. Tptb love the blame game and ignore the elephant in the room.
      We raise our own chickens but I still buy the scratchgrains which are GMO grown. The chicken meat from the grocery stores are not normal nowadays, they are all huge, have a ton of fat, strange yellow color and don’t taste the same as 20 years ago. We grow our own vegetables and use heirloom seeds but I sure wonder about all the fracking around my home and also the rain and snowmelt that has been chemically altered that waters my garden.
      The U.S. lifespan and infant mortality rate are both low on the list of countries but I doubt if their statistics are even true. The bird migrations are very different here the past few years and I’m wondering what has happened to the Robbins and Bluebirds.
      More extinctions are happening, earth is not in balance. After thousands of years of advancement we seem to be going backwards. We need more money, more wars, more food, water, health, technology, freedom. We’ve done so well that we need to find another planet to live on. Man has power over the world but earth has power over the world and man.

      1. Robert Barricklow

        Check out the youtube videos of elan freeland and realize they’re not prejudice!
        They’re killing everyone!
        [albeit, they have the antidote]

  11. Robert Barricklow

    First paragraph LOL!
    Reminds of being U.S. property during the Vietnam era. My friend got sun burned and was given an Article 15 for damaging government property[he laughed his ass off about the ludicrous concept].

    Eat American and become their ill property?
    “They’ll” determine what your body and /or mind will digest for your own[ers] benefit?

  12. But given the Natural News source, the claims aren’t credible, even a tiny bit. The likes of Breitbart would be more credible.

  13. Or…I would add. Grow some of your own food in your back yard. It’s pretty simple once you get the hang of it, if an idiot like me can do it, anyone can.

      1. Surely you jest. That will be illegal. Already is in some places. Once you have been “relocated” into one of those “smart” cities, you will grow what you are told, when you are told.
        Like Spock was so fond of saying: “The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the one.”

  14. What a perfect delivery system for performing a wide range of scientific experiments on an unwitting population! “Oh, they wouldn’t do that. It’s bad for business,” someone might say. With the FDA now held hostage by the same “culinary” Nazis, they just might introduce into public that nifty idea of thorium in our toothpaste. They put fluoride in water supply, so why not?

    (The toothpaste idea is a nugget from an interview with Dr. Farrell on the Byte Show a few years ago.)

  15. You can bet your bottom dollar meat will not be on the menu. Wouldn’t want people attaining their amino acids and feeding their brains now would they. But it’s okay because the animals, it will be the new climate tax.

    1. Actually caveat to that. Human meat will be fine to eat. Cattle in, cattle out. I had to endure one of my little sister’s favourite TV programs recently, it featured lady gaga who made lots of references to eating people and cannibalism. The new chic. What a lady.

      1. Robert Barricklow

        They’re also pushing lab meat;
        it looks like green slime.
        Don’t even want to know what it taste like.
        You can safely bet the elite won’t get near enough touch it, even with a 22′ pole.

  16. anakephalaiosis

    Dining on demons.
    Giza gas chamber blood schnapps.
    Feinschmecker cuisine.

  17. A control freak’s dream; and like most of these pseudo-scientific soliliquies will never actually be implemented.

  18. Nifty. Food fascism is on its way! No doubt it’ll be hailed by the trendies as the greatest thing since sliced bread. (Gluten free, soy-based sliced bread, that is).

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