Is this normal—or the "New Normal"? Like all those "mass shootings" breaking out from coast to coast, this ongoing annihilation of the global food supply is just another evil dream come true
After all we've witnessed the past 2.5 years, is it appropriate to even question this at this point? We know exactly what's going on.
Cattle regularly put up with 110 or 120 degree days in Australia. As I'm sure they do in Texas as well.
Manufactured food crisis you say? Nah they'd never do that right?
In 1873 the American government killed 1.5 Million buffalo in that one year alone to starve the Native Americans so they would be come more dependent on the American government to survive.
Yeah, this is completely screwed up. Cattle do not die under those conditions, and the humidity levels they mention are actually really low--dry, in fact.
Look what else is in Kansas
They have to starve us before a critical mass wake up to the poison they were injected with. As Ed Dowd said, imagine what’s going to happen when these unhinged violent leftists realize what’s been done to them.
Weather manipulation is real. Where was bill gates? He’s trying to destroy everything for his selfish insane agenda
Along with the other lunatics
Why can’t a natural disaster happen at davos or wef ?
10.00o head of cattle? THAT IS OBSCENE. WHERE ARE the stand up loyal patriots? This will continue to happen until someone exposes it. Definitely POISONING. You can t even eat the meat now. O dear Jesus come soon.
Honestly, when I read stories like this I think perhaps humans do need to be culled.
Everything about industrial food production is an aberration. We really need to rethink our relationship to the production of food.
I remember a combination of heat and humidity being able to create a condition known as wet-bulb temperature. Having worn rain gear in such conditions for forty years, I learned to recognize heat exhaustion and heat stroke pretty much instinctively. I don’t know if that’s the case here, but I know how it works. Sweating alone doesn’t cool you . It’s the evaporation that does that; unless you either block it, or the humidity does.
So utterly depressing that they’re getting away with murder and mayhem.
Sadly all part of Agenda 201 and the culling of humanity! They will pay the ultimate price for their crimes!
The heat and humidity isn't burning down all these food processing plants!
no, not normal.
Here is the latest from MedPage on the sentencing of Dr. Gold. The comments are always I look for since only medical providers can post. https://www.medpagetoday.com/special-reports/exclusives/99287?xid=NL_breakingnewsalert_2022-06-16&eun=g1760251d0r&utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=GoldJailAlert_061622&utm_term=NL_Daily_Breaking_News_Active. We have buffoons protesting the home of SCOTUS justices because they are willfully ignorant that Justice Ginsberg believed Roe v. Wade was decided on weak grounds and that it encroached on state authority. And in 2022, you know full well that Apple could create an app that would alert women to the times they might be fertile. But there is no incentive to do so. Much easier to force women into what is a painful decision.
I pay attention to dead animal news a lot. I remember hearing about mass cattle deaths every few years, from heat in the summer, and cold in the winter. There is a profit motive for the animal business to be reckless and cruel, as they get paid insurance with my tax money when their animals die of neglect.
Here's a story from 2011 about thousands of cattle dying from "heat".
PETA says of the millions of pigs killed every year for food, more than 1 million die annually just during transport to the slaughterhouse, and at least 40,000 have sustained injuries by the time they arrive. https://www.peta.org/issues/animals-used-for-food/
I also remember seeing news stories of mass animal deaths from every hurricane, from trapped animals being abandoned and left to drown or starve. One year the story was about hundreds of thousands of chickens, another year pigs.
And that massive death toll is still small compared to the number killed for disease outbreaks, like the millions killed for bird flu, swine flu, and the mass cattle killing in the UK a few years back for hoof and mouth disease.
Commercial fishing catches and dumps dead at sea massive amounts of unwanted sea animals.
I'm saying massive, horrifying animal deaths are business as usual for the meat business.