A regular reader and contributor here, T.M., spotted this one, and I thought it somehow was very fitting that it should be the blog for today, All Saints' Day, 2023, for Italy has struck another blow against Globalooneyism by striking a blow against one of its premier nutcases, Baal Gates, and his "synthetic meat" agenda. Now, that information is not in and of itself all that new. Various countries have been taking aim at Gates and some of his nuttier ideas. India, you might recall, a few years back had some difficulties with his medical schemes (see Why Are Indians So Angry at Bill Gates?)

But the reason that Italy now has Gates in its crosshairs is one that India will recognize, for it fits their own allegations against the billionaire busybody:

Now I'm sure many readers here will recall our days in junior high and high school, and those periods of trepidation before lunch wondering what was on the menu in the school cafeteria. A staple of such cafeterias was "chicken fried steak", which was some sort of meat patty surrounded by some sort of chicken-like substance, all of which was fried in grease, and served up with a dollop of what looked like a rubbery plastic-grey goo resembling gravy. This concoction was, of course, almost universally known to victims of American school cafeterias as "mystery meat".  No one knew what it was, where it came from, who cooked it, nor who came up with such a foul and regurgitigious recipe.

But Baal Gates, according to this article, has apparently outdone the American public school cafeteria in culinary and nutritional revulsion with his synthetic meat, according to the Government of the Republic of Italy:

“Italy is the first nation to say no to synthetic food, to so-called ‘synthetic meat’. It does so with a formal and official act,” Health Minister Orazio Schillaci announced. “The resolution calls for a commitment to ban the production, marketing and import of synthetic foods within our territory.

“These regulations aim to regulate situations where the environmental public health could be at risk, or when there is uncertainty regarding the effects of certain products that are being or will introduced to the market or consumed,” Schillaci continued.

In contrast to this no-nonsense and eminently reasonably policy, a little later on the article discloses something that, at first glance, is almost too incredible to believe, until one remembers that we're talking about someone who comes from a long line of eugenicists, and who is himself a nerdocrat responsible for The World's Worst Computer Operating System and who wants to quackcinate everyone with limitless and inconveniently timed "updates" (following his Micro***t business model):

Synthetic meat has been heavily promoted by Bill Gates and the globalist elites at the WEF as the solution to so-called climate change. When peddling his book “How to Avoid a Climate Disaster” in 2021, Gates told the MIT Technology Review that “all rich countries should move to 100% synthetic beef.”

However, this fake food has now been shown to cause cancer via the immortalized cell lines used to manufacture it.

Meanwhile in the US, Biden has fast tracked Bill Gates’ lab-grown ‘synthetic meat’ for approval, meaning grocery stores across America can now sell the carcinogenic fake meat to the public.

Synthetic meat and cancer cells, huh?

You mean, the local grocery store meat counter is going to have to make space for "100% ground tumors"?  Would those be rat tumors? Pig tumors?

Surely they're joking, right?

Has to be fake...  no one could take this seriously.

Except, I know I won't be buying any "food product" produced by Gates and his ilk. After all, they want us to eat bugs.  And after all, they've lied about everything else (including, you'll recall, the safety of their quackcines, after they purposefully and intentionally altered the dictionary definition of the term)...

Trust them? No way!

So... we doff our hat to Italy.  Someone in the west has to be reasonable and has to stand up to them... Maybe Italy will once again be the birth place of another Renaissance, this time a Renaissance of common sense.

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".

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  1. Brendan on November 3, 2023 at 12:16 am

    I wonder what Gates’ next move will be? Send Justin Trudeau over to mansplain to her again?

  2. FiatLux on November 2, 2023 at 1:00 am

    Well, viva Italia if this actually becomes, and remains, law. The article quoted above refers to the “resolution,” which made me think it might not be through the legislative process yet. A little searching of English-language websites online didn’t clarify matters. (Giza member Dana: Are you still with us??)

    It will be interesting to see how it all plays out politically if Italy does manage to ban fake meat. If I understand correctly, a law banning fake meat would run afoul of European Union rules. So more power to Italy and any other member country that snubs its nose at the Fascist . . . uh . . . that is, European Commission, Urchin von der Lyin’, and that whole foul crew!

  3. johnycomelately on November 1, 2023 at 9:19 pm

    With epigenetics I guess they are terraforming new humans, maybe Enochian fallen angels or Babylonian apkallu are looking for desouled hosts to bypass the pit and get beamed out of here.
    Maybe the human soul is going to get trapped in the virtual reality.

  4. zod1ac5corp1o on November 1, 2023 at 7:44 pm

    The tide is turning on Baal it seems. Didn’t he recently get attacked here in the UK lmao. It wasn’t me honest much as Id like to smash his smarmy mug with another custard pie. Razor blades added rhis time. Shame the little weasel is just another sock puppet.

  5. marcos toledo on November 1, 2023 at 7:01 pm

    This would make eating long pig soylent green a healthy food.

  6. Billy Bob on November 1, 2023 at 9:31 am

    Prosciutto would never be the first victim of fake meat…

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