Okay, I know I have trust issues concerning the federal government. I mean Operation Paperclip, Project MKULTRA, and the numerous times our government experimented on unsuspecting Americans speaks for itself. As does the latest power grab to militarize the IRS (which came shortly after teachers unions attempted to weaponize the US military against concerned parents at school board meetings).
I just don’t have a lot of faith in the large group of elitist pedophiles running things in Washington. They’re too far away. They don’t care about me and mine. They don’t care about you and yours. George Carlin did a whole thing on it–It’s really good and TRUE.
But lately it’s not even like they’re trying to hide their ill intentions. The Biden Administration has been a train wreck. It’s failed time and again and now they’re working to launch a federal health initiative that straight up lists Lucky Charms cereal and candied nuts as healthier foods than eggs.
Now, any sane, intelligent person will look at the accompanying graph and question the lack of vegetables and fruits while processed foods dominate. Nothing is better for the human body than a variety of healthy natural raw ingredients. Why chocolate covered almonds and not just a handful or raw almonds? Why cereal and not an apple? Why Canned pineapple IN HEAVY FUCKING SUGARY SYRUP (pardon that outburst) and not fresh backyard grown green beans?
If the Biden Administration truly cared about improving our health they would encourage Americans to grow backyard vegetables and plant fruit trees. But that’s not the point of this. It never is. It’s about control. Power.
Gain power over the people by controlling the food supply. Make them dependents. And then use that to sway their choices.
“Sustainable agriculture” is a wonderful concept, but not when big governments control it. Climate alarmists and Agenda 2030 proponents caused mass starvation in Sri Lanka. Dutch farmers are fighting for the right to grow and raise their own food right now. If you think this isn’t connected you haven’t checked the globalist talking points.
The “we’re all in this together” cliche fits here much better than it did on vaccine ads and other fear-mongering propaganda. I never want to scare anyone. My hope is that people will reject this silly initiative and continue turning to local sources for food.
Growing your own is not only better for your body but for the planet. There’s no packaging, transportation pollution, or costly government interference. You pick your food yourself and eat it as you please.
Anyone can grow tomatoes and green beans. If you have a window, a small deck, porch, or landing space you can grow strawberries in a bucket. Local farmers fill in all the gaps. Unpasteurized milk has healthy bacteria that fights illnesses and it allows the body to properly process vitamin D so that bone health thrives. The history of milk is pretty crazy. Numerous foods are so much better for you straight from the source. Cutting out the middle man (the government) is more sustainable and effective.
The factorization of national food production is just as detrimental to our health as big pharma, and big government health initiatives that promote junk food over meat. Just as the CDC allowed politics to influence their COVID policies, our food industry is rife with government overreach.
No I’m not a doctor, but I am a healthy American who isn’t on any meds and has no health conditions. I know that the more veggies I eat the better my body works. I know that fruit can revive me from extreme summer heat, meat and fish gives me strength (hunting/fishing is the best way to acquire it), and that water is the only drink I’ll ever need.
The “experts” and our federal government have gotten it wrong so many times because they’re looking for quick fixes and work to appease corporate lobbyists. Instead of trying to hop onto the latest fad, it’s generally safer and smarter to eat foods as naturally as possible with few additives–if any. But you won’t hear that from government bureaucrats.
You can either take my word for it, or not. That’s up to you. I’m not here to convince anyone. Just passing on what I’ve learned.