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Ron Patton | November 14, 2022

The World Economic Forum’s plans for the “reset” of food and agriculture include projects and strategic partnerships that favor genetically modified organisms, lab-made proteins, pharmaceuticals, and industrial chemicals as sustainable solutions to food and health issues. Make no mistake – the green new meal agenda is underway and it appears that whatever they can do to limit your intake of certain foods will succeed in making it mandated in the future. Forcing this onto sovereign nations will be nothing less than food tyranny. Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks with food activist, Amber King about THE GREENER PLAN NET.





I know that with Thanksgiving on the way, many of you are planning your Thanksgiving meal. It takes a lot of time, money and a bit of chemistry as the kitchen becomes a lab where every chemical and spice has to be perfect or the turkey ends up dry and the potatoes and gravy taste like wallpaper paste.

You are probably aware that Thanksgiving is unique in North America. Canada has already had theirs — and if you were to look up your history you would learn that today’s Thanksgiving meal is more modern than what the pilgrims first ate.

For most Americans, the “traditional” Thanksgiving feast includes turkey, cranberry sauce, sweet potato casserole, pumpkin pie, and green bean casserole. The whole meal may last an hour or two. However, many of the foods we associate with a traditional Thanksgiving dinner actually weren’t available for the first feast, which stretched for three days.

Yes, there were turkeys, but they were wild, not domestic and any type of fowl was okay to present for the feast. It was mostly waterfowl that graced the table not turkey. There was also venison, chestnuts, some shellfish, possibly porridge made from corn (sometimes sweetened with molasses, if available), and wild fruits.

It is speculated that small birds were spit-roasted and large birds were first boiled and then spit-roasted for flavor. If stuffed at all, experts say it would have been with onion and herbs or maybe shelled chestnuts–not bread or bread products as we favor today.

The early corn was known as flint corn, which was raised by the Indians and roasted. It’s not sweet corn or popping corn. Flint corn is a variant of maize, the same species as common corn but the kernels can be different colors on the same cob. Each kernel has a hard outer layer to protect the soft inside, so it likened to being “hard as flint.”

The few vegetables that were served were boiled onions and spinach and stewed pumpkin. Onions were peeled, quartered, and boiled with raisins, sugar, egg, and vinegar. Spinach was also boiled. It was then drained and served with currants, butter, sugar, and vinegar.

A few things definitely weren’t on the menu, including pumpkin pie – in those days, the Pilgrims boiled their pumpkin and ate it plain. And since the Pilgrims didn’t yet have flour mills or cattle, there was no bread other than cornbread, and no beef, milk, or cheese. And the Pilgrims didn’t eat any New England lobsters, either. Reason: They mistook them for large insects.

I can’t find a place in history or otherwise where the Indigenous people or the Pilgrims consumed insects.

In fact, the United States of America is unique in that Insects are not part of our diet.  Almost everybody eats bugs but us. Differences in food cultures have often been used to reinforce cultural identity — Our culture does not identify with eating Bugs.

As I have said many times they are not culturally appropriate even going back to first feasts of the Natives and the Pilgrims.

I am sure by now many of you have seen the commercial — or the public service announcement that has Nicole Kidman tilting her head back, glancing towards the camera, and lowering a still-wriggling pale blue hornworm into her wide open mouth. Next, she chows down on a teeming mound of mealworms, munches on crickets, and finishes off with a hearty plate of fried grasshoppers.

Oh yum and then she says “I eat bugs.”

This is not a Stanley Kubrick conspiracy theory — but it appears that the lords of propaganda are beginning to attack people who are saying no to eating alternative proteins.

They compare it to conspiracy theories like Pizzagate and Sandy Hook — which of course are magic words to make people feel pressure not to condemn the practice.

Nobody wants to be a bug-eating denier.

The World Economic Forum’s (WEF) The Great Reset includes a plan to transform the global food and agricultural industries and the human diet. The architects of the plan claim it will reduce food scarcity, hunger and disease, and even mitigate climate change.

But a closer look at the corporations and think tanks the WEF is partnering with to usher in this global transformation suggests that the real motive is tighter corporate control over the food system by means of technological solutions.

The WEF’s plans for the “reset” of food and agriculture include projects and strategic partnerships that favor genetically modified organisms, lab-made proteins and pharmaceuticals and industrial chemicals as sustainable solutions to food and health issues.

For example, WEF has promoted and partnered with an organization called EAT Forum. EAT Forum describes itself as a “Davos for food” that plans to “add value to business and industry” and “set the political agenda.”

The EAT Forum, a “science-based global platform for food system transformation”, has developed a new “planetary health diet“, which they claim will benefit people and planet.

The EAT Forum was cofounded by the Wellcome Trust, one of the biggest funders of pharmaceutical medicine in the world!

The  Wellcome Trust, is an organization established with funds from GlaxoSmithKline and which still has strategic partnerships with the drugmaker. EAT collaborates with nearly 40 city governments in Europe, Africa, Asia, North America, South America and Australia. The organization also assists the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in the “creation of new dietary guidelines” and sustainable development initiatives.

According to Frederic Leroy, a food science and biotechnology professor at the University of Brussels, EAT network interacts closely with some of the biggest imitation meat companies, including Impossible Foods and other biotech companies, which aim to replace wholesome nutritious foods with genetically modified lab creations.

They frame it as healthy and sustainable, which of course it is neither.

Impossible Foods was initially co-funded by Google, Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates. Recent lab results showed the company’s imitation meat contained glyphosate levels 11 times higher than its closest competitor.

EAT’s biggest initiative is called FReSH, which the organization describes as an effort to drive the transformation of the food system. The project’s partners include Bayer, Cargill, Syngenta, Unilever and even tech giant Google.

Companies like Unilever and Bayer/Monsanto and other pharmaceutical companies are already chemical processors — so many of these companies are very well positioned to profit off of this new food business which revolves around processing chemicals and extracts needed to produce these lab-made foods on a global scale.

EAT developed what it refers to as “the planetary health diet,” which the WEF champions as the “sustainable dietary solution of the future.”

It will be a drastic replacement diet that will probably cull more of the population if enforced.

It will be yet another Eugenics operation to eliminate people as all of the so-called stakeholders in this agribusiness have been prompters of depopulation procedures.

The fact that organizations promoting the rise of this eugenics policy throughout Nazi Germany and North America including the Rockefeller Foundation, the Wellcome Trust and the Human Sterilization League for Human Betterment (today renamed “Engender Health”) which have all taken leading roles in the World Health Organization over recent decades is more than a little concerning.

The fact that these eugenics organizations simply re-branded themselves after WWII and are now implicated in modern RNA vaccine development alongside the Galton Institute (formerly British Eugenics Association), Oxford’s AstraZeneca, Pfizer and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation should give any serious thinker pause as we consider what patterns of history we are willing to tolerate repeating in our presently precarious age.

EAT’s uniform global diet will be produced with western technology and agricultural chemicals. Forcing this onto sovereign nations by multinational lobbying– this will be Food tyranny where scarcity will force these companies into providing lab foods — that will lack the nutritive values. More so than the processed lab foods we already partake of.

At first glance, the diet seems reasonable, calling for greater consumption of fruits, vegetables, legumes and nuts – all healthy and nutritious options!

However, once one looks deeper, some disturbing (and familiar) themes are revealed, for the diet also entails cutting meat and dairy intake by up to 90% and replacing it with foods made in laboratories, along with cereals and oils, most of which are now genetically engineered.

The diet also includes various insects and grubs that will be farmed for protein consumption.

The EAT Forum is simply another player in the attempt to usurp control of the global food supply – handing control to private corporations, eliminating choice, and promoting synthetic food – all in the name of “sustainability”.

Now why am I bringing this up again?

Well it doesn’t hurt to be reminded of the plan that has already been underway in Europe — but the UN  climate summit, COP27– used their meeting to discuss this thoroughly.

There was a meeting during what they called  “Adaptation and Agriculture” day , where the winter offensive is to remind people that if they are not able to afford food stuffs they are used to there are cheaper alternatives that we need to get in the habit of consuming.

With Thanksgiving and Christmas on the way — and with all the feasting that goes with it — this is does not bode well for people who wish to pig out on a meal that has gone up nearly 200 dollars.

Per-pound prices for turkey, the holiday’s biggest staple, are up 17% year over year, according to the latest inflation data. Turkey is forecast to be 23% pricier in the fourth quarter due to both inflation and avian flu, which has reduced supply, according to a separate report by Wells Fargo.

Other key ingredients rose even more: Eggs are up 43%, butter is nearly 34% higher and flour is up about 25%. Fruits and vegetables notched more moderate increases but still cost almost 10% more than a year ago.

It will actually cost less to eat out this Thanksgiving.

And yet, despite the sky-high costs, serving turkey on Thanksgiving is “nonnegotiable” for most households, a recent report by Morning Consult found.

Nearly nine in 10 hosts, or 87%, said the menu will remain the same, according to Morning Consult. “Thanksgiving’s main dish is not the place for compromise,” the report said.

Meanwhile as the leaders of the UN dine on Prime Rib — they are discussing “sustainability”, “innovation”, “climate-friendly production” and so on.

According to reporter Kit Knightly “As usual with these global meetings, the closed-door discussions and po-faced newspeak presentations are accompanied by a wave of synchronized propaganda.

One angle this propaganda is taking is that COP27 “refused to discuss” meat or farming in general, and therefore those people insisting we should kill all the cows in the world and eat lab-grown paste instead are somehow rebels speaking truth to power.”

Further, COP27 is being used to launch the UN’s new Food and Agriculture for Sustainable Transformation (FAST) initiative. Which, according to Forbes, will promote:

A shift towards sustainable, climate-resilient, healthy diets would help reduce health and climate change costs by up to US$ 1.3 trillion while supporting food security in the face of climate change.

As well as the AIM initiative, which intends to channel 8 BILLION dollars into “farming innovations”.

But, in another example of the fake binary, while COP27 members were inside discussing “adapting agriculture”, “protestors” were outside demanding they discuss adapting agriculture.

The protesters even used the platform to announce the launch of a new campaign “Reboot Food” which assures us that all we need to feed the world is giant nuclear-powered fermenting vats:

The cornerstone idea is swapping animal agriculture, where possible, for a technology called precision fermentation, which would involve brewing yeasts and bacteria to make protein. It could create biologically identical animal proteins using genetically engineered micro-organisms fermented in tanks. These factories would be powered by solar, wind and nuclear.

That’s just the broadest most ambitious “food reform” propaganda coming out in the last few days though, there’s a lot more where that came from.

Earlier this week it was announced that synthetic meat company GoodMeat would be unveiling their new lab-grown meat products at the COP27 summit.

It’s not just lab-grown meat or nuclear-powered yeast paste hitting the headlines either, edible insect stories are suddenly all over the news again.

The academic journal PNAS published an article unsubtly titled “How to convince people to eat insects”, which suggests we need to “create a new norm”.

Healthline News has an article “What Science Says About Eating Insects”. Spoiler alert – “science” says that eating insects is great and everybody should do it as much as possible.

Meanwhile, The Independent did an article claiming that Right wing extremists are the only ones who are fidgety about eating insects.

The headline in case you want to read it is called “Eww world order: How the right-wing became obsessed with eating bugs.”

This opens with a screed about how lunatic right-wing conspiracy theorists think we’re all being programmed to eat insects…and then seamlessly blends into half-a-dozen paragraphs about how eating insects is actually really good for you though, and good for the planet too– The article states

“The reality is that there are a multitude of good reasons to eat insect protein, not least the environmental impact. Breeding insects such as crickets and grasshoppers requires less feed, land and water than farming traditional livestock like pigs and cows, and results in the production of much less greenhouse gas.”

UN summits – especially climate summits – always provide a little sneak preview of the upcoming narratives. And while “food reform” may not be the only, or even the biggest, item on the agenda…it’s definitely a major part of the plan.

However do you remember those COVID-19 scientists that are easily bought off because they want grants and funding? Well most of these science experts are on the attack and their targets are donuts, cereal and pizza.

Scientists are now starting a campaign that champions the idea that  highly processed foods are just as addictive and harmful as cigarettes.

Researchers claim items like donuts, sugary cereals and pizza meet the meet official criteria that established cigarettes as a drug in the 1990s.

Highly-processed foods should be reclassified as drugs because they are deadly scientists are warning. They say that it is time  to change their diet and require warnings about these products because of the harmful side effects from using these products,

These include causing compulsive use and mood-altering effects on the brain and having properties or ingredients that reinforce addiction or trigger cravings.

Ultra-processed foods – which also include things like soda, chips, pastries, and candies – contain high amounts of unnatural flavorings, preservatives, and sweeteners.

These properties give them their delicious flavor — but also make them high in calories, fat, sugar or salt, which raise the risk of obesity and other chronic illnesses.

Researchers led by Dr Ashley Gearhardt, a psychology professor at the University of Michigan, say that these foods are more like a drug because of how distant they are in taste and texture from natural foods.

The researchers say that they are not foods anymore. These are these products that have been really well designed to deliver addictive substances.’

The researchers want the marketing of these foods to children to be restricted, the same way nicotine advertising cannot be directed at kids. But they have stopped short of calling for an outright age ban.

America’s obesity crisis has largely been tied to the prevalence of ultra-processed foods. The foods are believed to make up around 50 percent of the American diet.

As a result, around 70 per cent of Americans are obese according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), with 40 percent classed as obese.

Dr. Gearhardt warned that even people who of a healthy weight are still at risk of developing cancer and other issues down the line from eating junk food.

The foods have been linked to a jump in diseases like colorectal and kidney cancer, and Alzheimer’s in the US, among other diseases.

Constantly spiking blood sugar, through eating sugary foods, can also lead to diabetes.

Up to one in five premature deaths are directly linked to ultra-processed foods, a first-of-its-kind study has found.

Calorie-dense foods such as pizza, cakes and hot dogs are often packed with sugar, salt and fat – which raise the risk of obesity, heart disease and other chronic illnesses.

Researchers in Brazil estimated that in 2019, the deaths of around 57,000 Brazilian people between the ages of 30 and 69 were attributable to highly processed snacks.

That amounted to nearly 22 per cent of deaths from preventable diseases among that age group, and 10 per cent of all premature deaths.

The experts said in high-income countries like the US, Canada and the UK — where junk food consumption is higher — the estimated impact would be even greater.

Could this mean that Junk food would be regulated or outlawed>

Doctors and researchers say that there should be come consideration for either. The high sugar and fat contents of these foods also impact a person’s dopamine receptors in the brain.

Researchers describe it as a ‘psychoactive’ effect that a person will need to consume more highly processed snacks to reach again – just like that of other drugs.

Processed foods also have a ‘reinforcement’ effect, where a person may seek out the foods even when they do not need to.

People may also crave their favorite junk food, searching for the effect the heavy fats and sugars have on the brain – meeting the fourth, later added, criteria.

Eating these foods can cause severe negative health effects over time.

They also do not leave skinny people off the hook.

Skinny people also have a rough time metabolizing these foods which could lead to health risks.. the marketing of junk foods to kids is also a concern.

Like how tobacco companies used figures like Joe Camel in the 1990s, many of these foods being marketed to children also feature ‘cool’ and colorful characters.

In 1963, the RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company behind Joe Camel purchased Hawaiian Punch from its original manufacturer.

Initially developed as a cocktail mixer for adults, the tobacco firm slapped a character named ‘Punchy’ to their sugary drink and began to market it to children.

It was later sold to US manufacturing giant Procter & Gamble in 1990, but not before becoming a household name.

In 1985, Philip Morris – the nation’s largest cigarette manufacturer both then and now – acquired General Foods, which now owns popular, colorful, children’s cereals marketed towards children like Trix, Lucky Charms and Coco Puffs.

The report by the scientists did not specifically focus on products manufactured by firms that are or were once owned by cigarette companies.

I think the point has been made.

Make no mistake, the green new meal agenda is underway and it appears that whatever they can do to limit your intake of certain foods they will succeed in making it mandated in the future.



Amber King, she is a founding member of Moms Across America, March Against Monsanto Seattle, and various other groups seeking food sovereignty and freedom. Amber is host of Brave Nu Future on ROAR Media, where she seeks to break the chains that bind us, expose the realities behind the NWO and help the people prepare and organize to keep a free society at the end of late state capitalism on the brink of the automation age. Amber resides in the Pacific NW. On Twitter @RoarMediaLive Rokfin, Twitch, Rumble & Odysse at Roar Media

Written by Ron Patton


This post currently has 9 comments.

  1. Matt Bradford

    November 14, 2022 at 4:18 pm

    The agenda is always austerity. Its the restricting of products and services. It’s creating demand and high prices to the point of dissuading people of it. They will have it but not without hurt. Whether it’s zero carbon or meat it’s about being slowly suffocated and starved for the greater good. The religion of sustainability which is about buying time for the globalists to load up and hide from the people in their secret place.

  2. Mary

    November 14, 2022 at 6:22 pm

    It seems that we are beginning to do a live take of that great old charlton heston movie ‘soilent green.’ very scary.

  3. Rusty

    November 14, 2022 at 8:15 pm

    Not only that, mass harvesting & killing of insects would disrupt plant life, birds, and other insects and reptiles etc. It would totally F-up our global environment. It is a stupid, asinine idea.

  4. Greg

    November 15, 2022 at 5:36 am

    If they start growing bugs then the bigger the better. They will be genetically modifying them to be large. So we will have grasshoppers the size of your hand. And they will peobably escape and multiply and devour the forests.

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