An Israeli company called Redefine Meat has announced a deal to partner with an importer that will deliver its lab-grown meat into Western Europe, where World Economic Forum-puppet governments are forcing ranchers and farmers to cull their herds of beef cattle, chickens and swine.
Redefine Meat markets its product under the brand name “New Meat,” using 3D printers to manufacture pieces of meat that mimic steaks, tenderloins and other choice cuts, it said in a release on 13 October.
They use genetically modified cells to grow this “meat” in a lab.
Let’s not lose touch…Your Government and Big Tech are actively trying to censor the information reported by The Exposé to serve their own needs. Subscribe now to make sure you receive the latest uncensored news in your inbox…
According to a report by Thomson Reuters, the Israeli start-up company, which raised $170 million in financing this year, operates large-scale meat printers at its headquarters south of Tel Aviv, and a new factory in the Netherlands, where it plans to develop its products as an alternative to real meat raised by ranchers in fields and farmlands.
[In a press release in November 2021, the Israeli company said it planned to “start production by the end of the year.” It joined various other international food innovation companies in the Netherlands, including Meatless Farm and Bill Gates’ Beyond Meat.]
Related: Bill Gates is quietly carrying out a sinister plan to force you to eat Fake Meat, 17 August 2022
The Netherlands? Now isn’t that interesting that the Redefine fake-meat company would open a factory there?
The government of the Netherlands is headed by Mark Rutte, a presenter and author at the World Economic Forum. And Rutte just happens to be the most aggressive pusher of green-energy programs in Europe. His anti-farming, anti-private property policies are so aggressive that he’s touched off an uprising among Dutch farmers, who are frustrated by the new laws forbidding them from using adequate nitrogen fertilizers and fossil fuels critical to raising livestock.
Without livestock, you have no meat. And without meat, you open up a market for lab-grown fake meat, which suddenly becomes a critical source of protein for human consumption.
- Dutch Farmers Spray Manure on Town Hall in Protest of Climate Plans, 5 July 2022
- Canadians Are Holding Nationwide Protests to Stand in Solidarity with Dutch Farmers, 21 July 2022
- Dutch Farmers Have Stepped Up Their Game, They’re Taking Their Protests to Another Level, 29 July 2022
- Netherlands’ Land Grab: Government’s Proposal to Seize Up To 600 Farms Within a Year, by Force if Necessary, 17 October 2022
Interestingly, the corporate media giant Thomson Reuters is another proud member of the globalist World Economic Forum (see HERE and HERE), which represents ground zero in the global anti-livestock, anti-meat agenda. Keep that in mind as you read the Reuters’ story on the Israeli company trying to “Redefine Meat.”
The WEF put out a video in 2018 that said meat, the real stuff, would be an “occasional treat” in The Great Reset. Watch below.
So, it’s not surprising that Thomson Reuters would be putting out an article like this, dishonestly trying to sell us on the merits of fake meat. This article, and many others like it, will be picked up by Thomson Reuters subscribers, which include thousands of newspapers, websites and other news outlets.
- Conflict Of Interests: Pfizer Board Members Include Ex-Facebook Director and Ex-CEO of Reuters, 10 December 2021
- Who owns the No.1 source of mainstream news Reuters? 14 September 2022
Read the full article ‘Fake meat anyone? Israeli company to export product touted by WEF fake-news media company’ published by LeoHohmann.com HERE.
Subscribe now to make sure you receive the latest uncensored news in your inbox…
WE NEED YOUR HELP…
We’re not funded by the Government
to publish lies & propaganda on their
behalf like the mainstream media.
Instead, we rely solely on our support. So
please support us in our efforts to bring you
honest, reliable, investigative journalism
today. It’s secure, quick and easy…