A Google search for “food plant fires” returns several fact-checking articles designed to convince the public that food plant fires are incredibly common and that we have nothing to worry about. Personally, the more fact-checker stories I see, the more I know the topic is over the top.
We originally published this article in 2022, then in the spring of 2023. Now the focus seems to be on Canadian forests rather than food crops, but it’s not interesting how you don’t hear anything about forest fires now. food plants? What is happening?
What happened to plants like Hilandale Farms in Connecticut? It suffered a fire so big that 100 firefighters came to the scene. Hilandale Farms is one of America’s leading egg producers. The plant is known for distributing your typical eggs, nothing fancy, so they are a little cheaper, at chains like Walmart. About 100,000 laying hens were killed.
At the same time, the CDC issued dire warnings about “the worst bird flu in history.” Chickens, turkeys and even wild farm birds were exterminated. Around 800,000 turkeys were killed in the UK and Ireland in mid-December, just before Christmas. This report from France estimated that by January 2023, more than 140 million birds had been slaughtered worldwide in many countries, including the US, France, the UK and Japan.
As if chickens weren’t under attack enough from flu and fire, the FBI told us in 2021 and 2022 that our feathered friends were also under cyber attack. In fact, the FBI even issued an official statement that cyberattacks would be more likely during critical planting or harvest times, warning of disrupted operations, financial losses, and negative supply chain impacts. food
In fact, in 2021, the world’s largest meat processing company, JBS Foods, was cyberattacked, affecting global production and distribution. JBS has 250,000 employees, $50 billion in revenue and operations in the US, Canada, UK, Australia and Brazil. JBS is also an official partner of the World Economic Forum (WEF).
Unprecedented, despite what Google says
Fact checkers say this is all normal, but anyone discerning knows it’s not. I have a close relative who is a retired USDA food inspector and I have to say I don’t recall any incidences of plant fires, bird flu or infrastructure attacks. And I’m (ahem) a bit older, so we’re talking about a span of decades here. Remember the small plane that crashed into the Georgia food plant? I also don’t remember this ever happening in my entire life.
Plant fires are still happening, such as the June 27, 2023 grease fire at Serenade Foods in Milford, Indiana. The fire was small and quickly extinguished. This plant also produces chicken products. It is a division of conglomerate Maple Leaf Farms and in 2021 recalled 60,000 pounds of chicken after a suspected Salmonella outbreak. Other plants, like the Jacksonville, Fla. Brunswick plant, aren’t so lucky. After a massive fire destroyed the plant in April 2023, the company made the decision this week to close the plant permanently and lay off more than 200 employees. The plant manufactured plastic resins, some of which were used in food products. I’m sure many of the plants that were previously burned have suffered the same fate, but we’ll probably never hear about them.
The advance notice of these events is also unprecedented. I don’t ever remember our political leaders warning us that events like this would happen. In late March 2023, Biden reminded us that food shortages “are going to be real.” The International Money Fund (IMF) also warned the world, saying there would be unrest as food prices soar and famine sets in when Russia invades Ukraine. Bill Gates has also been able to predict all pandemics. It’s strange. And as mentioned above, former CDC Director Redfield reminded us of a major bird flu pandemic that would have 50% fatality rates, for people, not chickens.
Finally, Lew Rockwell sums it up quite eloquently: “Every advertisement and every warning of the state is by design, as nothing is what it seems, and everything is based on the indoctrination and psychological manipulation of the public in advance , in order to reduce the risk of exposure to the state once any actual weaponized ‘virus’ is released or any false pandemic scenario is announced.”
Rockwell says it’s a plot to “hugely restrict the food supply, all under the guise of animal transmission of a human lab-made biological weapon called bird flu.” They will convince us that animals will spread a deadly flu to humans, so we will welcome the slaughter of farmed and wild animals. Small farms will be over-regulated and out of business, and corporate farms will be the only game in town. These corporations will have strict adherence to government and pharmaceutical guidelines, so they will pump meat full of mRNA and God knows what else. Eventually, real meat will be eliminated as a food source, but we’ll thank Bill Gates for the foresight to invest in lab-grown transgenic chicken.
And Google will remind us that everything is fine. Nothing to see here.
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Fed Up Texas Chick is a contributing writer for The Tenpenny Report. She is a rocket scientist turned writer, having worked in the space program for many years. She is an experienced medical writer and researcher who fights for medical freedom for all of us through her work.
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