Human fragility: Pure Food or a Reasonable Facsimile


“Remain hopeful, there is still time to be prepared.”

The human species are of an incredible design, at the same time they are extremely vulnerable when losing access to life’s simplest things. Although every situation and person is slightly different, the rule of threes helps breaks things down: we can survive for three minutes without oxygen, three hours without adequate shelter in harsh environments, three days without water, and three weeks without food.

Would the quality of oxygen, water and food make a difference? What if the oxygen was tainted or mixed with pollutants, or the water mixed with chemicals or bacteria or consisted only of sugary drinks? What if the food looked like food but was so highly processed to fill the hunger but completely void of nutrients? The rule of threes could perhaps be extended but what about the health consequences and the quality of life?

I recall a television commercial with the selling line “you can pay me now or you can pay me later.” This statement could be applicable to many things in life for nothing is truly free; there is a cost for every action or decision. The saying “an ounce of prevention is better than the cure” is sound advice, and so is “question everything you are told.” Food will become the next battle field, produced in a lab and sold as humanities savior.

Pharma has their fingers into everything and the next area of control will be to change the foods we are consuming. The marketing will have a noble cause like saving the planet from cow’s flatulence to reduce greenhouse gases. When Henry Kissinger was Secretary of State he stated, “Control oil and you control nations; control food and you control the people.” Today we are witnessing this in real time. According to an article in the New York Times, “Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft, has an alter ego (…) [f]armer Bill, the guy who owns more farmland than anyone else in America.”[1]  Gates now owns at least 242,000 acres of American farmland.

According to an article by Stacy Malkan in U.S. Right To Know “If Bill Gates has his way, the food in our future will little resemble what’s on our plates today. Gates and his agribusiness industry partners are proposing to transform our food and how it is produced.”[2] With his Impossible Burger, a plant-based patty made from genetically engineered soy and textured with engineered yeast he’s definitely working towards that. “Its manufacturer, the Gates-funded Impossible Foods, has two dozen patents and more than 100 patents pending to artificially replicate cheese, beef and chicken and permeate these products with manufactured flavors, scents and textures.”[3]

Gates is a large investor within Blackrock and Vanguard—it will be this association that helps him sell his poison to the world. According to an article in the Financial Post, “With $20 trillion between them, Blackrock and Vanguard could own almost everything by 2028 (…) two asset managers call the shots, in which their wealth exceeds current U.S. GDP and where almost every hedge fund, government and retiree is a customer.”[4] And by the way, they also have power over all media outlets, controlling the narratives.

Blackrock and Vanguard are also the top shareholders in Union Pacific, the railroad giant that moves fertilizer and other agriculture inputs across the country. They also own the world’s top 10 food companies, including Nestlé, PepsiCo, General Mills, Kellogg’s, Associated British Foods, Mondelz, Mars, Danone, Unilever, and Coca-Cola.

How will they do it? Vertical farming is the new way to control food supply with food grown in warehouses and most genetically designed. According to the article titled, NEW Controlled Food System Is Now In Place And They Will Stop At Nothing To Accelerate Their Control, they are almost there. They further elaborate to set the stage, “what’s going to happen to the farmers when these astronomically enormous indoor vertical farm facilities have taken over every major city, locked in contracts with all major grocery store chains, and are funded by some of the same billionaire globalists who are seeking to control human beings through every industry for their fourth industrial revolution? Add “gene-editing,” “smart,” “traceable,” and “net zero” to the production of these facilities, and the fact that they are still moving full speed ahead on digital IDs and currency, becomes even more concerning.”[5]

We have previously written on the diabolical union of pharmaceutical giant Bayer after buying Monsanto and the serious health implications of Glyphosate, the active ingredient in toxic herbicide Roundup. Monsanto/Bayer helped create a new start up company called Unfold, which develops new vegetable seed varieties specifically geared for vertical farms. “Unfold aims to fill that gap using seed genetics (germplasm) from vegetable crops to create new varieties best suited for vertical farms. The startup’s bimodal strategy begins with a screening phase, analyzing which germplasm yields optimal results, followed by a breeding phase to develop the varieties that thrive in a controlled environment.”[6]

According to an article in the Organic Insider, “what you will discover is that these foods are anything but “natural.” (…) Aware of what consumers may find out and not wanting to make the same PR mistake twice, the GMO industry has intentionally introduced sophisticated and deceptive names such as synthetic biology, cultured meat, gene editing, precision fermentation and cellular-based seafood. Further muddying the waters is that these companies have been funded not just by the likes of Bayer and BASF, but by Silicon Valley heavyweight investors who have bankrolled some of the largest technology companies in the world, giving these start-ups instant credibility and a certain degree of protection from criticism.”[7]

It is a devious plan for controlling the global food market. Transitioning from farm grown meat to cultured meat produced from animal cells grown in a petri dish, selling the idea that its nutritious, safe and a sustainable future while in the background destroying traditional farming to create total dependency on private companies that control the global food supply while enslaving the population. To make matters worse raw materials sourcing became so dependent on China that it could spell disaster for the natural products industry.

It is a very dark agenda and hopefully it can be prevented but, in the meantime, hope for the best and plan for the worst, for it is far better being self reliant than becoming a ward of the state and surviving on food stamps and breadlines. Remain hopeful, there is still time to be prepared. If possible, move from the cities and buy some land, create networks within your local communities and get to know your farmers. Reserve your meat supply and fill up your freezers, stockpile seeds that reproduce and build up a reserve of dried foods. Most importantly: learn to garden, get your ground ready for planting with natural fertilizers and extra gardening equipment on hand for reserve. If you don’t have the space, perhaps you could crop share with a local farmer or someone on acreage—communal mindedness will be the focus to not only survive but to thrive. Stock up on high quality food supplements for they will not always be readily available, we have only a window of time. And contrary to opinion, high quality food supplements do not lose potency after the expiry dates especially if the raw materials have been sourced from USP pharmaceutical grade and stored properly.


[1] Meigs, James B. 2021.

[2] Malkan, Stacey. 2021.

[3] ibid.

[4] Evans, Rachel et al. 2017.

[5] Lynn, Corey. 2022.

[6] Nichols, Russell. 2020.

[7] Goldberg, Max. 2022.