Intel Drop: Missing the point, the predators are poisoning you

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By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor

What is it you think you are eating?  Reporting on how food is raised, investigating food poisoning in most red states is a crime.  Reporters are jailed, activists jailed, poisoning our food is now considered national security level technology.  Thank fucking republicans, they did it, the pack of ignorant criminal scum.

OK, let’s just do yesterday.  Went to Scotts Meats in Muskegeon, Michigan, a grass fed beef butcher shop popular for locals, though I am about 35 miles away.  I bought 8 pounds of hamburger, light pink stuff, at $1,49 a pound and 4 pounds of thick sliced bacon at $1.19 a pound.

This was a test. I will eat burgers about once a week or less.  The reason?  I live on the 3rd coast, land of fake upscale waterfront restaurants who serve either perch or burgers.  Burgers for two plus drink runs with tip around $40.

At home I have a kitchen, 8 burners, 4 ovens, professional grill, etc, as though I really fed people.  I am a “foodie,” not to the degree Mike Chester is, but classically trained French chef.  I have owned restaurants (nightmare) and cooked across Europe.

I can make better food than I can get in a restaurant though I have to clean up afterwards, which isn’t worth it, easier starving.

Now, let’s take into consideration that buying ground beef is an American tradition, new expensive organic beef at $8 a pound, nice stuff, or “ground Angus sirloin,” very red, very low fat, at $4 plus.

So, today I made $1.49 a pound burgers, light pink fatty looking.  Fat content…17%.  What does this mean?  The 93% Angus I was getting contains dye.  Also, the grass fed stuff tends to crumble, hard to hold together while the expensive stuff binds nicely because it has plastic in it.  (not eyeballs)

Let’s talk milk.  I do a couple of cappuccinos a day, perhaps a bit more, using an Italian commercial type machine (restaurant thing).  Frothed milk is always whole.

When I buy some brands of milk, particularly “organic,” it won’t froth.  That’s because it contains rice.  It is fake milk.

Most orange juice is fake as well, corn sweetener, coloring, fake pulp, much of it made from orange peels from Brazil but it costs the same.

Flour?  Do you bake?  What do you think is in that?  Some famous brands have up to 20% “other material” which fills the bag and turns out flavorless baked goods.  Typically low gluten flour, low protein stuff, is fake.  Look at King Arthur or other premium or commercial bakery brands, try bread or pizza with them, huge difference.

Remember a few years ago when the biggest manufacturer of medical related pet products killed endless thousands of pets by using fake protein from China? (melamine….the mineral melmac dishes is made from….extremely toxic to mammals)

What I am saying is this, if the food you eat comes from a supermarket and they won’t tell you where they got it or it is in a “package,” you are eating fake food.

In America you don’t get rice that includes plastic fake rice grains but it shows up in exported American rice, sometimes entirely fake, from China as well, but sold through American companies.

We won’t begin to get into  filth, rat droppings, antibiotics, hormones or similar.

Oh, the buck a pound bacon…it cooked up better than the Sams Club premium brand (sold everywhere else) at $6 a pound that is injected full of water.  Made it in the oven and no steam came out.

Back during the 30’s the major cookie/cracker company, the national one, was caught using axle grease as leavening.  The big national milk company, the one with the cow on the label, was selling chalk water to public schools as milk.

Sausage sometimes contained no meat at all and it Britain today, that’s largely true still.  Cheap brats in Germany are jello and milk.  Their food is worse than ours despite their self righteous crap and “beer laws.”

Even in the 1990s, East Grand Rapids public schools was caught buying chemical powdered juices, totally fake, and paying for real juice from a major locally owned dairy, owned by a local religious leader very close to the DeVos family.

Poisoning Americans is big business.  Who do you think fake food ag industry criminalizes analysis of food or funds anti-vaxx propaganda?  Ever consider fake food causes autism?

I have.

Author Details
Gordon Duff is a Marine combat veteran of the Vietnam War. He is a disabled veteran and has worked on veterans and POW issues for decades. Gordon is an accredited diplomat and is generally accepted as one of the top global intelligence specialists. He manages the world’s largest private intelligence organization and regularly consults with governments challenged by security issues.

Duff has traveled extensively, is published around the world and is a regular guest on TV and radio in more than “several” countries. He is also a trained chef, wine enthusiast, avid motorcyclist and gunsmith specializing in historical weapons and restoration. Business experience and interests are in energy and defense technology.

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29 COMMENTS

  1. The Concealed One eats as organic as possible, never drinks fluoridated water, uses spring water instead, even for cooking. Still eats red meat..just less. I recommend a black bean burger if you want a vegan protean..they are awesome if you can get them to hold together..whatever FF franchise comes up with one will kill. Izze soda with real sugar when I have a soda…the diet stuff is poison..really..but the key is organic as possible..your body will tell you.

  2. Many years ago now, I bought a kind of burger I think it was, from a McDonalds and decided I’d never buy from a McDonalds again. It seemed very artificial, with a hard texture, plasticky and tasteless (well, an anomalous taste).

    • Love it ! ‘Shall we go eating or shall we go to McDonalds ?’

      Incidentally, probably ten years or more ago, I remember a shindig on the news, about someone being sued for criticising a company. I think it concerned beef. And I think the legislation was a departure – maybe when they legislated for a company to have the status of a ‘natural person’ in law. It also concerned I believe – or had repercussions in terms of – their being accorded the right to vote !

    • Old joke: McDonald’s just slaughtered their 7th cow.

      N.b. I have never been to a McDonald’s other than when people I was with insisted on going there.

  3. Agree with the food or not, fast food is a huge part of America’s diet. The preparers and servers, who once were bright eyed high school kids, have morphed into those who have made this their life’s career and having been convicted of major crimes is no longer a hindrance to being employed there. Complaints of food tampering and sickened customers are numerous and if there are doubts, go to their websites and read for yourself. I even read a police officer’s statement that he had given into food tampering at these places and stopped eating there 30 years ago. Mine and my wife’s experiences have convinced me that eating elsewhere might be healthier and when I complained, all of the complaint avenues have been shut down. That didn’t help my appetite. But, bon appetite to you.

  4. I live in a little town in SE Wisconsin and the Sheriff came and took my neighbors chickens 3 doors down. Illegal I guess however, we have huge near 2 acre parcels and yet chickens are illegal? Never even saw the neighbors chickens as they were in the back away from the street and never ran the roads since we all know a “neighbor” ratted them out…

    My town is 99.99 % republican so take your pick which one…

    • We have another neighbor whom has 10 large tropical birds, many dogs several cats and no problems with our town’s zoning board as chickens and roosters?

      You should here the parotts as these creatures screech for hours on end as the other neighbors 4 Henson? Never even knew they were there till my neighbor was talking about the asshole sherrifs but large noisy tropical birds and a bunch of noisy dogs?

      Zoning boards are what the 2A was designed for…..

    • Chickens do not bring rats and lice even in my home town of Milwaukee people have chickens on city sized lots.

      Ever see a house filled with cats and a crazy owner? Now that’s a stench just like many zoning boards provide!

    • Where I live (Upper Midwest city with a total urban area population of about 200,000) one is allowed to have up to 4 chickens, but no roosters.

  5. In Australia we have a organic certifying body that comes and inspects all aspects of the company seeking organic certifications processes and premises. Very strict rules must be adhered to and it takes years before you are allowed to advertise your product as organic. The soil is tested for chemicals. They can’t add any old chemical, fertiliser or additive to their food products or they will get big fines and lose their certification. And no preservatives allowed. All my poultry is organic, eggs, chicken meat. Mince is organic grass fed preservative free. Fruits are not sprayed with poisons. Milk is from organic farm and it’s legit organic milk with the thick cream on top when you open a new bottle. It has a sort of of white creamy look to it not the bright white looking cheap crap. Oh and we dont have chemtrails contaminating our skies, well not that i have noticed.

    • Here in the USA, with lax enforcement and FDA rulings, “Organic” has become almost meaningless. Have to research the producers and buy local if possible (I choose things from our local Amish community when available).

  6. Been thinking of a seasonal hot dog drive in….a cash mostly business. I have property on a major highway with easy on and off. I’d keep it simple with a steam table for the hot dogs….nothing fried. I have the old BK sauce recipe and made many drums of root beer as a teen. Might call it “Happy Dog”.

    • dogs are unimportant other than they need to be small, typically hormel food service coney. ground onions dispensed. commercial canned chili reinforced with ground beef hearts.

      friends own James Coney Island in houston and i am a longtime customer of layfayette in detroit. family has been in the sausage business since 19th century…in Michigan where until GOP took over, nothing but skeletal meat could be used. They changed that, feathers, lips etc….

    • Is the hot dog stand at Auschwitz* still open, and are the dogs they sell there pareve?

      *Brought to my attention in Gilad Atzmon’s blog (shortly before he joined VT).

  7. May a suggest a look at The Rodale Institute in Kutztown, PA (<great topsoil). For more than 50-years they've been intensely involved with organic farming including side-by-side comparisons with GMO and projects around the World. They've established a very successful operation in the central highlands of Mexico.(Elv. 5000'+) I plan to visit soon. Cheers!

  8. I prefer grass fed/grass finished meats over CAFO produced beef and poultry. In CAFO operations, even the animals that aren’t fed hormones or antibiotics, are caged and fed GMO corn and grains, both usually treated and laced with glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, shown in litigation to cause cancer. Additionally, grain fed meats have a higher ratio of Omega-6 fats, which cause chronic inflammation in humans, possibly leading to arthritis, whereas grass fed/grass finished meats are higher in healthy Omega-3 fats. Butcherbox dot com is a great source for grass fed/grass finished. When it comes to farm-raised fish, such as salmon, same problem. You should only consume wild caught salmon. Another rule when it comes to fish: the smaller and shorter the lifespan, the less accumulation of toxins, such as mercury. The short of it is go for sardines or anchovies. I prefer King Oscar brand sardines, with a whopping 2500 mg of omega-3 fatty acids…brain food! Your wife, or girlfriend, won’t thank you:)
    If you can’t find, or afford organic fruits and vegetables, make sure to soak them before cooking or consuming to wash away pesticide residue. adding a tablespoon of baking soda while soaking will help get the job done. Eat healthy, my friends!

  9. WTF! We are all gonna die sooner or later whether it be form the air we breath, the water we drink, or the food we eat; or get hit by a bus; or a bolt of lightning; or old age. It’s inescapable!
    I would tend to believe it’s not the quality, rather the quantity that we shove down our throat?
    Personally speaking, I like Walmart hamburger when cooked right, and eaten in moderation.
    Plus, I am about to celebrate 75. (No complaints here…) (-:

    In the mean time, “Don’t worry, be happy, and be nice!” (-;

  10. At all times, in any economic situation, 2 types of business will always flourish: feeding people and funeral agencies.
    Mr.Duff, it seems to me that we in Russia will also slowly come to the same situation. The state used to regulate product quality and there were state food standards for products. And now we have introduced the so-called voluntary certification of food products. And this is in the hands of dishonest manufacturers. They can indicate anything in the composition of the product. But at the moment, with the products and their quality, we are still doing well. Our food is mostly natural, so far.

  11. As a kid I worked in many restaurants. One was a high end (Piccadilly) where coffee was 25 cents (normally 5 cents per cup) and a typical table bill of $100). This was a large amount of money in the early 50’s.
    I peeled potatoes or ran the dishwasher. They had to have a good sound barrier between the dining room and kitchen because waiters and chefs got into very loud screaming matches almost coming to physical blows. You see the waiter had to take the brunt of customer’s complaints while the chef’s got a pass back in the kitchen. These shouting matches were great entertainment and alleviated some of the boredom of the job. These rich people threw away huge red steaks. Our dogs ate well then. When the bookkeeper found out I was only 14 he apologized for having to let me go due to California labor law but promised to call me back when I was 16 which he did. McDonald’s had recently opened selling burgers and fries for 10 cents. I had a chemistry teacher who proclaimed if you ever saw them make sausage you would never eat it again!

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