This article was spotted by B.H. and as soon as I saw it I knew it was going directly into this week's "finals folder" and hence to this week's blogs. We've heard and blogged on this website about GMOs, Frankenfoods, vaccines, and so on. We've also blogged about 3D printing of human organs and other things.  So why not a blog about laboratory grown "meat" that's soon to hit the grocery stores in the USSA:

Permit me to quote from the beginning of this article rather extensively:

Contrary to Biotech talking points, true genetically engineered food has only been on store shelves since the 1990s.

The first commercially available GMO crop was the “FlavrSavr” tomato, which was scrapped due to consumer and corporate rejection.

Since then, many other GMO crops, foods and similar experiments have made their way to store shelves, unlabeled and not tested for long-term safety.

These crops and foods were rushed to market even in spite of warnings from the FDA’s own scientists, as detailed in the popular book ‘Altered Genes, Twisted Truth’ by public interest attorney Steven M. Druker.

The latest lab grown food development is a far different type of experiment, however, with sights on rocking the foundation of one of the most profitable industries in the United States: the meat industry.

And now, one Bill Gates-backed project is ready for its close-up, and will be sold on store shelves for the first time this summer.

Oh joy, another Bill Gates-backed project! What could possibly go wrong? (...Well, seriously, folks, the more I thought about that one, the more I began to wonder if we would be constantly having to "update" our vaccines to protect ourselves against the lab-grown meat. This is, after all, a Bill Gates sponsored project, and I seem to recall somewhere he was really into vaccines too. But I digress... back to the article):

The San Leandro, California-based company Memphis Meats company’s lab created meat products... a California company!  So many good products have come out of Nuttyfornia disguised as other things - Reagan, Pelosi, Feinstein, anti-plastic straw laws - what could possibly go wrong?

Reading a little further on into the same sentence, I learned that this lab-grown "meat" was to be made out of GMO yeast, prompting yet again the question "what could possibly go wrong"?

The San Leandro, California-based company Memphis Meats company’s lab created meat products, which have historically been made with GMO yeast, will be available on store shelves in Mississippi this summer.

Well, one possibility is that states' labeling laws may not be up to date:

Mississippi Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce Andy Gipson told ABC-16 news that the state will be one of just two (along with Missouri) to utilize ‘Truth in Labeling’ standards, enabling customers to know what they’re eating.

“Come July 1 we’re going to make sure every product in our grocery stores across the great state of Mississippi, if meat is being sold that in fact it is real meat and if it’s not meat they can’t call it meat,” Gipson said.


The new products from Memphis Meats are expected to be affordable, although they may not be labeled in the vast majority of states.

Why yes, folks, you can fry up a nice well-done steak of laboratory-made GMO yeast-made-to-look-and-taste-like-meat. And of course, we're not told whether or not there has been any long-term intergenerational studies of the health effects of this "meat," but my guess is no. Why go to all that expense: putting it out now is the laboratory test. In a few years, if the health problems begin to surface, we busybody billionaires can sell our stock and run before the lawsuits hit, or, if our agents provocateur do their jobs, we can sell the company to Bayer.

Ok... seriously folks. The previous scenario is just one of the high octane speculations buzzing through my head when I read this article. But there's a much more serious one: we're dealing with a group of technocrats who have had no hesitation in doping vaccines with who-knows what, the "harmless inert ingredients" that seem to be causing problems; we're dealing with a group of technocrats who have had no compunction whatsoever in trying to stifle any "opposition" science that questions their products; we're dealing with a group of people who are so power-mad and greedy that they have had no compunction whatsoever using the strong arm of the state to coerce people into buying their products.

So who knows what they could put into their lab-grown "meat"? (With the opposition to some vaccines growing, why not just put all that stuff into the "lab-grown meat" and inoculate people that way?)

Oh, and in case you missed it, the agenda appears to be the same as Mon(ster)santo's and other "agribusiness 'leaders'", namely, to end natural farming and agriculture, and to get a cartel-control grip on the  food supply via their patents:

Memphis Meats is backed by Bill Gates, Richard Branson, venture capitalist Steve Jurvetson and others. It has the goal of researching and eventually providing “clean meat” to consumers to lessen the need for animal agriculture.

That's right, lab-grown "meat" is "clean meat" and the old fashioned animal agriculture is, by implication, "dirty." Patents good, nature bad. Look for the memes to be pushed in a variety of ways, including the "store sample": "Would you like to try some fried lab-grown meat"?

In short, I don't trust them, period.

See you on the flip side...



  1. I still think Nigel Kerner nailed it years ago in his book “Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls: The Conspiracy to Genetically Tamper with Humanity”, and I think we’re seeing the continuation of that alien agenda especially in the sciences, but also in the arts, education, public discourse, and of course spirituality.

  2. Bill Gates was also the venture capitalists that funded Impossible Foods, another lab grown meat.

  3. ahhhh, Meat 2.0, from the same low empathy people that gave us “Windows for Workgroups.”

    The list of investors is scary. Soylent Red is now a thing. The Niacin in meat leads to an important behavioral cycle. control the food and direct the mind, like when Army eggs had libido surpressors in it. And Gates recently tried to start limiting access to vitamins. The entire world in a Gates cult… “That’s Mary’s boy.”

    It strikes me that this is a pharmacological vector primarily. What’s next? People for the ethical treatment of test tubes?

  4. OrigensChild

    The holy grail of US mercantilism will be the vending hamburger machine on every street corner. We cannot grow enough cows or build too efficient vending machines for the proper storage of beef, thus the cost of the burger would be too expensive. We must have a much more economic means for growing the “hamburger” patties needed to fund such a scheme, thus yeast is a more effective business strategy. It costs less, tastes the same and reduces the cost of the basic hamburger down by simplifying the technology and solving the critical meat storage problem.

    Does anyone remember the Wendy’s commercials from 1984? This one gives a whole new meaning to that marketing bonanza.

  5. Bill Gates is also a venture capitalist for Impossible Foods. Here’s a 13 mins video on the company’s founder who’s father is employed by the cia. And this is really weird and creepy, when you Google ‘Impossible Foods, ‘what pops up 5 times are the words; “I consent” – they really really want you to consent.

    A watchdog group found this information: “The ETC Group obtained and published emails from gene drive researchers through a Freedom of Information Act request in 2017. The group claimed the emails reveal that the US Military’s research arm, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), is now the world’s largest funder of gene drive research, which has been proposed as an alternative to pesticides and other methods for combating invasive species for conservation purposes.

  6. Robert Barricklow

    Slime me!
    Better yet, hold the slime;
    and serve it w/mayo, cheese, onions and lettuce.

    1. Robert Barricklow

      Frankenstein only been at our table since the 1990’s. The first Bride of Frankenstein was a hot tomato, FlavrSavr. But, of course , she pure poison. After that the progeny of Frankenstein were disguised and rushed upon the global stage.

  7. I believe i read about lab grown pork years back…it may been ray kurziweil in approaching the singularity if anyone has a reference on that. Different to this process in that it was actually living flesh that was described as being like a conveyor belt where precursor nutrients were started at one end and meat was actually grown down line. Does anyone recall this?

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