What will be targeted next, once the radical left has eliminated our plastic bags, plastic straws, drive-thru facilities, and comfortable sleep? Could it be our food?
Dr. Pat Brown, the founder of “Impossible Foods” best known for the so-called “Impossible Burger” isn’t shy about his ambitions.
Our mission is very simple. It’s to completely replace animals as a food technology by 2035.
Think about that. In just 15 short years, no more beef, no more chicken, no more bacon! That is the future we face at the hands of these extremists.
Other than the radical vegans, who else is behind this scheme? Why, the enviro-fascists, of course. Just look at how CNN defends the abolition of our favorite foods.
According to the United Nations, beef alone is responsible for 41% of livestock greenhouse gas emissions, such as methane and nitrous oxide. Those livestock emissions make up 14.5% of total global emissions.
Shall we dig a little deeper into the purveyors of this plot against our lives and lifestyles?
Jan Dutkiewicz, a Johns Hopkins University fellow and author of an upcoming book about the US meat industry called “Capitalist Pigs: The Making of the Corporate Meat Animal,” believes these plant-based meat products have come to the scene at the right time.
“There’s a shift change and change of opinion with everything from animal ethics and animal welfare to (the) acknowledgment that we’re facing a number of major environmental crisis, including the climate change crisis.”
Are you going to give up without a fight? Are you going to submit to living without pleasure, comfort, convenience, or even good food? If we don’t fight back now, it will soon be too late.
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Maybe Impossible Burger should get their product approved by the FDA and start making companies warn people about the possibility of allergic reactions to peanuts if they eat their products before they concern themselves with other things.