Well color me surprised... NOT.

When I opened my emails last Sunday to sort through all the emails I had saved into my "finals file", I found this one from B.H. Now, I have to warn you, this one is right up there on the Retchometer along with Ellen DeGeneres salami, so don't say I didn't warn you. This is an "old" story, from 2017, and it concerns "mystery meat", but it's worth revisiting in this time of propatainment ministry-driven hysteria about the Lieber-Fauci-Wuhan virus.

What do I mean by "mystery meat"? Well, you may recall those stories from a couple of years ago, which I occasionally blogged about, concerning the newest "accomplishments" of the 3d printing field. We've been seeing stories about the successful 3d printing of various organic materials: skin, retinas (if I recall correctly), and even a small 3d printed heart. Then we heard about stories of 3d printed meat, designed to be "tasty" and wholly synthesized in a lab, then printed out.

Up in Canada, there are even, as I've heard, restaurants allegedly serving the stuff.

Now, you know me, any time big pharma or big "agribusiness" come out with a product along with which several "assurances" are attached - it's harmless, it's good for you, it's no different than real meat, there's no link between vaccines and autism, the amounts of mercury and heavy metals in vaccine are below the thresholds of harmfulness, &c &c - you can color me skeptical especially if those assurances are attached to reassurances from goobernment, the same people that once said smoking is good, then said it's bad, and are now ignoring the weirdness that smokers seem less likely to contract the Lieber-Fauci-Wuhan virus. But I digress.

Back to the 3D printed mystery meat. So far, "they" have been saying that it's nothing but cultured "beef" stem cells which has been artificially cloned and then printed. No additives. Again, color me skeptical: where are the intergenerational tests that there is no long term human health consequence to its consumption? Answer: there aren't any, because the technology is too new. Question: are its promoters eating it? Answer: we don't know, because they're not telling us. But, given that they're monsters and hypocrites, probably not.

But I suspect most readers here know what I'm really concerned about with this new trend to "mystery meat", and that is the "secret added 'ingredients'". We've already seen story after story of vaccines being riddled with "ingredients" that people don't know about: heavy metals, nanoparticles, and in some stories, human tissue, some of it, perhaps, from babies slaughtered in the womb. If "they" are willing to do that, without your knowledge and consent, to vaccines, and if they willing to lie about GMOs and to claim harmlessness and "substantial equivalence" for their products, without any intergenerational testing by independent groups. Would such people sneak extra ingredients into their mystery meat?

You betcha.

And if you don't believe me, then look who is involved in it:

Bill Gates and Richard Branson Are Investing in a Mysterious New Kind of Meat

And, in case you missed it, pay close attention to this:

Just as Whole Foods shareholders and the Federal Trade Commission gave the green light to Amazon’s $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods, news broke that a number of high-profile investors—including billionaires Bill Gates and Richard Branson—have decided to pour their money into a very different sort of food venture: Memphis Meats, a San Francisco-based company that is developing meat from stem cells. The start-up is part of a growing “clean meat” movement intended to produce a variety of sustainable, lab-grown meat products using animal cells, without having to actually feed or slaughter any animals in the process.

Gates and Branson, along with high-profile backers like Elon Musk’s brother, Kimbal Musk, and Cruise co-founder Kyle Vogt, have poured $17 million into the company. Similar to other lab-grown meat start-ups that have sprung up in recent years, Memphis Meats intends to create beef, duck, and chicken that can be made with only about 1 percent of the land and 10 percent of the water needed to raise traditional animals for slaughter. Memphis Meats has already publicly released hamburgers, meatballs, and duck in its lab kitchen.

Memphis Meats is competing in an increasingly crowded and well-funded space: Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat are both making plant-based meat options, and Hampton Creek, of egg-free mayo fame, is also making lab-grown meat that it wants to sell in Walmart. The biggest setback these companies will face is how expensive the process of growing meat artificially can be. Four years after the first burger made from lab-grown cells was served by a company called Mosa Meat in the Netherlands (its $330,000 price tag was covered by Google C.E.O. Sergey Brin), lab-grown meat is still expensive to produce. At $2,400 a pound, Memphis Meats will have to find a way to cut costs while it scales its production.

Now, you know - you "just know" - what the next step of these globalist monsters will be: they'll claim compassion, and concern for the environment, to begin pushing for the elimination of raising animals for the food supply altogether. They'll start taxing that to death, then demand subsidies for mystery meat companies. They'll drive the ranchers and farmers out of business, but be ready to hand with their mystery meat (with special added ingredients), which they'll charge and arm and a leg for (pun intended), and if you can't afford mystery meat, well, you've got their GMO rice and GMO lentils in your rice bowls...

... and you know - you "just know" - that these monsters will get around to putting human stem cells into this at some point (if they're not already, and I don't put it past them)...

See you on the flip side...


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. goshawks on May 6, 2020 at 1:49 am

    Semi off-topic, but well…
    “A University of Pittsburgh researcher working on a coronavirus project was fatally shot on Saturday at his home in Ross Township, while associate Hao Gu, 46, was found dead in a car approximately 100 yards away of what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot.

    ‘He was a very talented individual, extremely intelligent and hard-working,’ said the head of his department, Ivet Bahar. ‘He has been contributing to several scientific projects, publishing in high-profile journals. He was someone whom we all liked very much, a very gentle, very helpful, kind person, very generous. We are all shocked to learn what happened to him. This was very unexpected,’ she added.”

  2. Robert Barricklow on May 6, 2020 at 12:09 am

    Even is making me sick.
    Is everyone has been hooked, lined, & sinker ‘ed?
    The Forum Activity looks relatively “normal”; but everywhere else is pretty much in the s_____ter.
    Corse are my remarks/video below; but the hell of it is – this new technocracy media “normal” is nothing but pure unadulterated excrement!
    I merely mimic it, more or less starkly.

  3. guitardave on May 5, 2020 at 8:42 pm

    It appears these psychopathic freaks saw the movie ‘Soylent Green’ and thought it was an instructional video.
    I’m disgusted, but not surprised.
    One thing that always seems to be ‘inconspicuously missing’ in the BS/2 ( that’s both Bad Science, and Bull $***) articles about these mystery meats is, what exactly are they being grown in? “Plant based” just don’t cut it. What is the main ingredient of the cell cultures these ‘victual viruses’ feed on to become so called meat?
    To grow into something that ‘tastes like chicken’ the stem cells have to ‘eat’ something to multiply…and isn’t 3-D printing also called ‘additive manufacturing’? “No additives” my a$$!….(then again, in keeping with the ‘Soylent green’ theme, maybe the additives will be my a$$. Yum.)
    Aside from the stem cell nastiness mentioned here, I’d guess most of the ‘stuff’ dumped in the bin on the 3-D printer is probably soy protein of some sort. I guess its time to invest in a company that manufactures bras…looks like sales are going to double in the future.

  4. marcos toledo on May 5, 2020 at 7:44 pm

    Chicken Little anyone I only know this from a 1950s radio dramatization of the novel The Space Merchants. Then there is the infamous Twilight Zone episode To Serve Man. Soylent Green would be our sadistic overlords’ wet dream of feeding their chattel with the flesh of their fellow chattel. But this could be the first step to turn us Eloi chops for Morlocks feasts.

    • marcos toledo on May 5, 2020 at 7:51 pm

      Turn us into Eloi Chops for our Morlock Masters to feast on.

  5. goshawks on May 5, 2020 at 7:39 pm

    Joseph: “…smokers seem less likely to contract the Lieber-Fauci-Wuhan virus.”

    Funny, I read just the opposite. When Wuhan folks started dying in droves from C-V, at much higher per capita than even Italy, it was noted that the Chinese were the highest smokers per capita in the world. Chinese men were the highest smokers, and coincidentally died from C-V at twice the level of Chinese women. This is not a direct chain of causation – it is much too early for that research to be completed – but it is highly suggestive…

    • goshawks on May 5, 2020 at 8:23 pm

      From Jim Stone:
      “Fauci gave Wuhan Lab $7.4 MILLION. He did it via two separate grants, one given in 2015 and one given in 2019. Snopes is calling B.S. as usual and saying Trump gave the funding during his term, but that’s not how it worked. Trump never signed off on anything other than a slush fund, from which Fauci wrote the checks without Trump even knowing. And Worse:

      Fauci did this because research into giving viruses new capabilities was *officially* banned in the U.S.; and after that happened, Fauci needed the work done elsewhere. It is beyond suspicious that Fauci moved ‘virus development’ to Wuhan after it was officially banned in the United States, and that Fauci paid specifically for coronavirus research.

      That gets back to an old story line, where viruses were smuggled from North America (rumored to have been from Canada but whatever, Ft Detrick is still a point of suspicion) and smuggled into Wuhan after the development ban took place in the U.S. If Fauci funded the Wuhan lab like this after development was banned in the U.S., then Fauci likely pulled the correct strings to get the best variants delivered to Wuhan.

      Fauci should be in deep doo-doo over this, but he probably is not due to subversion. This virus is FAUCI’S BABY…”

    • goshawks on May 5, 2020 at 8:28 pm

      Detailed article on how Hydroxychloroquine is being assaulted by the PTB:
      “Summary: I reviewed the scientific literature on hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), azithromycin (AZ), and their use for COVID-19. My conclusions:

      HCQ-based treatments are effective in treating COVID-19, unless started too late.

      Studies, cited in opposition, have been misinterpreted, invalid, or worse.

      HCQ and AZ are some of the most tested and safest prescription drugs.

      Severe COVID-19 frequently causes cardiac effects, including heart arrhythmia. QTc prolonging drugs might amplify this tendency. Millions of people regularly take drugs having strong QTc prolongation effect, and neither FDA nor CDC bother to warn them. HCQ+AZ combination, probably has a mild QTc prolongation effect. Concerns over its negative effects, however minor, can be addressed by respecting contra-indications.

      Effectiveness of HCQ-based treatment for COVID-19 is hampered by conditions that are presented as precautions, delaying the onset of treatment. For examples, some states require that COVID-19 patients be treated with HCQ exclusively in hospital settings.

      The COVID-19 Treatment Panel of NIH evaded disclosure of the massive financial links of its members to Gilead Sciences, the manufacturer of a competing drug remdesivir. Among those who failed to disclose such links are 2 out of 3 of its co-chairs.

      Despite all the attempts by certain authorities to prevent COVID-19 treatment with HCQ and HCQ+AZ, both components are approved by FDA, and doctors can prescribe them for COVID-19.”

  6. zachary ward on May 5, 2020 at 7:20 pm

    What the heck is going on? This plandemic, foreign bugs showing up in the west, talks of vaccines, ID cards, eating insects and faux meat. It like a very strange take of Revelations. Now we just need the Antichrist to step off of a UFO tell us to love each other while sacrificing babies with a lightsaber.

  7. Richard on May 5, 2020 at 6:37 pm

    There are a number of items to consider here. From the very darkest corners of ingredients to the lightest brilliance of solar powered diets. Present conditions and geographical situations are not tenable. How to go about obtaining acceptable goals to correct this presence of Being is another matter, to be sure, to quell the dietary needs of Being.

    How does one attain the status of energy Being (probably solar powered by the stars themselves)? Has anyone witnessed an energy Being and wondered, “How do you do that?” Or “What about aerial craft?” And “How about those drivers and occupants in how their able to do what they do?” And then there are those portal appearances. “Ever been guided through one and made it back?” “Are you still assessing the changes from the event(s)?”

    Now, there are those wondering, “What do those things have to do with meat?” . . . Well, . . . . mostly-bags-of-water, you’re also meat on the bone. Some questions arise, “How is that assemblage of protein produced?” “What are the criteria for its sustaining presence?” “Are there alternatives to supplying / re-supplying those molecules, organelles, cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, of the organism (mostly-bag-of-water) referred to as a life form?” It’s likely to come down to, “How does one re-organize this assemblage of organs of an organism dependent on meat or ingestible proteins?” Personally, creating a different style of nutrient deficient junk food for profit just won’t make it. Much less re-arranging parts of others for market.

    This thing called energy, needs some work (pun intended) and less hearsay about how good a theory might sound or who agrees about what it sounds like on paper. Besides, this thing said on paper is more about sight than it is about hearing, is it not? Now, just how does one utilize energy to do work, reclaim / recycle that process and output, to re-utilize it without it getting lost in that least understood ethereal background of further presumption? Personally, the energy Beings and the Others seem to have a handle on that cycling of sorts. Not sure where or when meat might fit in, if it does.

    Just how do they do the things they do without allowing upright-simian-types the demonstrable-repeatable-measurable proofs so often desired to show and tell, anyway? For the time being, this upright-simian-type needs to check the fridge and pantry for the next dose of potential energy.

    Altering how the body organism acquires, assimilates, and restructures any ingested food source(s) will, no doubt, need to be creative and away from its cannibalistic proclivities. Printing meat doesn’t score any points.

  8. Scott S on May 5, 2020 at 4:11 pm

    There is no reason for human beings to eat meat. The meat today is not like the meat from 50 years ago. Todays meat has a much higher fat content and is full of hormones and antibiotics. Most animals on todays ‘farms’ are given antibiotics for their entire lives. The meat/dairy/egg industries produce enormous amounts of pollution and are the reason for the worldwide pandemic of heart disease that make the current ‘corona’ situation look like a joke.

    • WalkingDead on May 5, 2020 at 6:05 pm

      Most of the meat my family eats is wild game, venison, wild pork, free range chickens, rabbit, fresh caught deep sea fish, fresh caught shrimp, etc. I now live in the country where this is possible. When I lived in Atlanta, we ate the same things, just had to go farther afield to find them. Been that way for over thirty years now. Gates and any other company doing this can keep their Soylent Green.

    • Kaibosch on May 8, 2020 at 7:19 pm

      If early humans had had to exist on nothing but vegetation, the species would never have survived. We developed a pre-frontal cortex – a higher brain – as a consequence of eating cooked meat. No serious person who knows anything about evolutionary biology could ever utter anything as asinine as “we don’t need to eat meat”.

    • Kaibosch on May 8, 2020 at 7:22 pm

      Not to mention that the lab meat – impossible burger – contains 18 millon times the amount of estrogen of an ordinary burger. I kid you not. Fake meat is yet another way to kill us. Let the dumb vegans eat it.

  9. primal_murmur on May 5, 2020 at 3:04 pm

    I tried one of the “impossible meat” burgers from a well-known fast-food chain. Couldn’t finish it — the texture was too weird — but still but still got severe, debilitating diarrhea for a week. Having not been sick for about five years, I also got a dry cough, fever and extreme muscle weakness — though this was knocked out by rest, sunlight and vitamin c. But my body was obviously purging in a way that I just had to let run its course.
    I pick up extra cash doing fast-food deliveries for one of those slavery-prototyping tech companies, I can smell it constantly and get really really hungry, just famished, but still I can’t bring myself to eat anything from these fake food pushers after this experience.
    As far as fake meat goes — I would rather actually starve.

    • Robert Barricklow on May 5, 2020 at 7:21 pm

      ‘Impossible Burger”; aka The Burger Queen.
      Jacked to the hilt w/estrogen.

    • Scarmoge on May 6, 2020 at 4:17 am

      Remember Olestra?

  10. chris on May 5, 2020 at 1:22 pm

    You take away a man’s right to work, because of this viral lockdown, then yes you will get some protests.
    But most people will be too scared to do anything, and in some cases, smartly prudent enough to wait it out, because there is SOME kind of threat.

    But I argue, that a man’s right to eat what he Will, a man’s right to fuel his body with what he wants to taste, is FAR more of a button-pusher topic than his right to work.

    If you get rid of real meat you will have anarchy on your hands.

  11. Robert Barricklow on May 5, 2020 at 11:30 am

    “What do I mean by mystery meat?

    Yes, when a corporation tells you what going to happen: ignore it. Ehen a corporation tells you what’s not going to happen take out your pens/recorders; because this one you can take to the bank – they’re telling you what’s certain.
    The mystery meat is appearing in areas where people are not taking their vaccines.

    These vulture capitalists take a wholesome business and strip it of all value; including any trust and/or integrity built up over time. Gate’s and Amazon’s reputations precede them. So whole foods has just become something that comes out the other end of hole. Wholly different from wholesome when put through the meat grinders of Gates/Amazons body politic.
    Now through in Richard give me billions in tax money stimulus; because I paid ANY taxes in 14 years.

    White Rabbit

    • Robert Barricklow on May 5, 2020 at 12:07 pm

      Was a little rushed.
      Richard Branson, begging for billions in stimulus, yet hasn’t paid any taxes for 14 years. That’s the type “they” imprint on the Hoi polloi as successful
      [good 3 stooges joke there].
      “Clean Meat”? There’s a joke there too; but it’s on us. Above meat translated: a stolen recipe for pig slop that is then 3D printed; and/or, produced in vast industrialized, very sustainable, vats.
      Of course, when the little consumers piggies come to the Memphis markets, they’re going to be running all the way, alright – out the other hole! Sorry, but we are talking s___
      here, when it comes to industrial lab meats, aren’t we?

      Or when they’re talking about putting “farmers out of business” to industrialize their consumer base market of customers w/o real products?
      Covid19 Op!

      From the Memphis lab meats flip side.

      White Rabbit

    • Robert Barricklow on May 5, 2020 at 4:00 pm

      An interesting tidbit considering the other side of the food coin: today the average consumer eats fewer than 200 different plants as food. Yet, there are no fewer than 30,500 edible plants on Earth. The freedom of choice enjoyed by our ancestors spelled better health as well.
      An act of oblivion[similar to a covid 19 op?]; inflicted by the industrialization and corporatization of food, has reduced the number of plants humans ate, to over over 99%.
      Human diet, before being civilized by TPTB[the powers that be]; was vastly more interesting, delicious and healthy – than the narrow, idustrialized food consumed today. And, if TPTB continue to have their way?
      It’s about to be reduced to a pill washed down w/a glass of pig slop.
      And those pill eaters will be the lucky ones, compared to those who died in the global famines caused by the covid19 food-chains collapse.
      What an unfortunate, unexpected consequence.
      Who could have seen that one coming?
      Mild flu or starvation?
      An easy choice for your fearless leaders
      So don’t worry?
      TPTB have your backs;
      in picture-perfect bullseyes,
      dead-on w/in their wifi-electromagnetic crosshairs
      they’ve algorithmically painted on you
      long, long, long, long ago!
      [well in extremely long, long, long nano seconds!]

  12. DanaThomas on May 5, 2020 at 9:49 am

    While I’d bet that these “gentlemen” do NOT take any vaxes, they might be imprudent enough to actually ingest this “delicious and safe” material!

  13. OrigensChild on May 5, 2020 at 9:38 am

    The only thing missing from this group of high-minded thinkers is the white hoods and white robs. Oh, yes. Ideologically they are no better than the Ku Klux Klan–with whom they share so much of their ideology. Take away one brand of racism, they are carbon copies.

  14. Billy Bob on May 5, 2020 at 9:03 am

    The economy of scale required to reduce the price and over come the stigma, would entail a magnificent sales campaign, our current situation is proof one exists.

    • Roger on May 5, 2020 at 12:49 pm

      Yep, they may release something to make meat animals unsafe to eat. Then their product will be rolled out to save us.

  15. Miguel Oniga on May 5, 2020 at 7:47 am

    In the 1995 film Screamers, with Peter Weller, based on a Philip K. Dick story, personnel has different colored cigarettes which combat the environmental toxicity. They are warned to light one or the other by the PA system in the canteen.

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