Microsoft founder and technocrat Bill Gates has been quietly pushing fake meat, in line with the globalist agenda.
According to the Daily Expose, the globalist does this by investing in different synthetic meat companies. One such company is Impossible Foods – which received funding from Gates, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and search engine giant Google. Aside from this, he has also invested in other food technology firms such as Beyond Meat and Memphis Meats.
Memphis Meats produces synthetic meat in a laboratory by mass culturing stem cells from animals. The stem cells are often cultured in a solution containing bovine serum, hormones, growth factors and other food additives.
Meanwhile, Impossible Meats is a leading producer of plant-based meat. It currently holds 14 patents, with at least 100 more pending. (Related: ‘Fake meat’ from Impossible Foods, backed by Bill Gates and Google, is loaded with GMOs and MSG … Is anyone surprised?)
Beyond Meat – another leading producer of synthetic meats – announced in 2020 that it would start manufacturing some of its products in China.
Of the three companies he backed, Gates remarked that Memphis Meats will be too expensive to become widespread.
“Impossible Meats and Beyond Meat have a road map – a quality road map and a cost road map – that makes them them totally competitive.”
Regardless of the company that makes fake meat, the Microsoft founder said first-world countries should eschew the real thing and shift to meat analogues.
“I do think all rich countries should move to 100 percent synthetic beef. You can get used to the taste difference, and the claim is they’re going to make it taste even better over time. Eventually, that green premium is modest enough that you can sort of change the [behavior of] people or use regulation to totally shift the demand.”
“For [fake] meat in the middle-income-and-above countries, I do think it’s possible,” continued Gates.
However, the technocrat does not plan to stop with fake meat. He is also supporting Biomilq, a start-up that seeks to develop lab-cultured breast milk.
Aside from investing in and promoting synthetic meat companies, Gates has been acquiring farmland across the U.S. in the past few years.
According to the Land Report magazine, the Microsoft founder owns a total of 268,984 acres of land spread out across 19 states. Of this total, 242,000 acres are designated as farmland. Louisiana is home to Gates’ largest land acquisition, as he owns 69,071 acres of land in the Pelican State.
“So what does Gates intend to do with all that farmland? That remains to be seen, but it’s worth noting that when you own the land, you also own the water that’s beneath it,” the Expose stated.
“With his vast amounts of land, he can grow all the genetically engineered soy necessary to create the fake meat he’s so heavily pushing.”
Great Plains Action Society Founder Christine Nobiss accused Gates of colonization, and joined the many exhorting the billionaire to give away his farmland as a form of reparation. This, she added, ensures that the farmland is used for sustainable food production.
“Bill Gates is smart enough to understand. He’s smart, he can do the math, that no one single person needs that amount of land. He’s basically participating in the never-ending cycle of colonization,” said Nobiss.
“For those who control resources like food and water, power is limitless, and control of the food supply is part of ‘building back better,'” concluded the Expose.
Watch this video that talks about North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley investigating Bill Gates’ farmland purchase in the Peace Garden State.
This video is from the Wardo Rants channel on Brighteon.com.
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