Tag Archives: food

Elitists’ Goal: Wipe Out Good Food

In recent months, I’ve dedicated many articles to exposing the intentional destruction of our food system. The decision of the Dutch government to impose nitrogen pollution restrictions on farmers is but one example of this. This “green” policy will cut livestock production in the country by 30% in the next year, put farmers out of… Read More »

Food Plants on Fire

We’re living in an unprecedented time when strange happenings continue to occur in quick succession. In March 2021, a massive container ship became wedged across the Suez Canal in Egypt — blocking “an artery of world trade,” triggering a rise in oil prices and leading to fallout that affected shipping around the globe.1 Now, war… Read More »

New Report Shows Forever Chemicals Lurking in Food Wrappers

In the mid-20th century, a group of complex, man-made chemicals called per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) were first produced1 from the fusion of carbon and fluorine in the lab.2 Although some food manufacturers have announced they would voluntarily withdraw PFAS from their food packaging,3 a recent investigation by Consumer Reports found that there continues to… Read More »

German dog food is prepared differently – Now also available in UK

Fleischsaftgarung (FSG) prepares dog food like human food. This method actually relates to upscale restaurant cuisine and is used to prepare food that is particularly healthy and tasty. To ensure that your best friend is no longer excluded from this, Fleischsaftgarung (FSG) has been adapted to the nutritional needs of dogs. Why then still feed… Read More »

Bill Gates Secretly Dictates Global Food Policy Too

This article was previously published August 21, 2020, and has been updated with new information. Bill Gates has built a global empire around his technologies and “philanthropic” endeavors, the magnitude of which is now becoming increasingly clear. His sheer wealth has allowed him to become a veritable superpower in his own right. He’s not only… Read More »