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Not much experience with gardens and bambis, or Thumpers either…we were on a lake for a few years and Peter put out cracked corn for a couple months… then one day we came down to the dock and it was covered in duck poop😳 that was the end of feeding the ducks. Our neighbors tried it a couple years later and in no time the ducks were coming up a flight of stairs to quack at her door!

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Mar 6Liked by Dr. Peter and Ginger Breggin

FDA = Fraud & Deception Association.

If it isn’t FDA approved, I’m all about it!

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Hello KC and concerned readers. The Food and Drug *Administration* has repeatedly violated both it's Corporate Charter and Mission Statement many times over. Part of the ongoing farce. Text: https://lifechanginginnovation.org/content/fda-mission.html

Violations of Corporate Charter can be prosecuted via *Charter Revocation*. An example of proceedings process in the State of Delaware: > State of Delaware: > Title 8 - Corporations >

CHAPTER 1. GENERAL CORPORATION LAW >>> Subchapter X Sale of Assets, Dissolution and Winding Up >>> § 284. Revocation or forfeiture of charter; proceedings. >>> Universal Citation: 8 DE Code § 284 (2018)

“(a) Upon motion by the Attorney General, the Court of Chancery shall have jurisdiction to revoke or forfeit the charter of any corporation for abuse, misuse or nonuse of its corporate powers, privileges or franchises. The Attorney General shall proceed for this purpose by complaint in the Court of Chancery.

(b) The Court of Chancery shall have power, by appointment of trustees, receivers or otherwise, to administer and wind up the affairs of any corporation whose charter shall be revoked or forfeited by the Court of Chancery under this section, and to make such orders and decrees with respect thereto as shall be just and equitable respecting its affairs and assets and the rights of its stockholders and creditors.

(c) No proceeding shall be instituted under this section for non-use of any corporation's powers, privileges or franchises during the first 2 years after its incorporation.”

There are reasons courts of *Chancery* are obligated to fill this role. The reasons are not Lawful. Complete text: https://law.justia.com/codes/delaware/2018/title-8/chapter-1/subchapter-x/section-284/

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Great research! Thanks! I’m going to look into this further.

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Trying to think of one for the TGA in Australia?

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Thimblerigging Guileful asses

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better to buy just eggs instead of Just Eggs. At least you know what eggs look like.

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Exactly!

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Knowing these people i'm sure they are working on a way to "vax" chickens so that they lay franken eggs.

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I wonder if they already might be! If they are square we will know for sure ! I know chickens are being injected with mRNA already. My dog is allergic to chicken meat, so we stopped eating it altogether. When you want chicken broth do you know it cannot be made from chicken? you have to add chicken bouillon cubes to it or it won't even taste like chicken, and that has been for years now.

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You need to know your farmer, not your grocery store. I have had my own chickens for 15 years and never had a vaccinated one yet. Bird flu is BS, just a way to scare people and kill millions of healthy birds to further destroy the food chain. And as far as chicken broth? Once again, do it yourself and start with a healthy chicken. Please tell me how my chicken and beef broth isn't real when it is just meat, water and maybe some veggies cooked down for hours with bone included. Grow up!

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I make homemade chicken soup all the time, and have for years. It’s delicious. Where are you buying your food??? I’ve never used bouillon in my soup…yuck! I buy directly from farmers, but also stores who source organic chickens that can be trusted.

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we used to have organic chicken from a trustworthy source until 2 years ago. Now even the 'organic' sold here is not. Since I am not a soup fan, it is not on the menu LOL. But I heard from friends how they have to use chicken bouillon to their soups or it even doesn't taste like it!

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What state are you in? We even have some really good non organic brands that are humanely raised without hormones or antibiotics and the meat is good and flavorful. I make homemade chicken noodle soup all the time as my family loves it and so do I, especially when you don't feel good!!! It feeds the soul!

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we are in GA. 45 miles to next farm that grows organic veggies, 65 for chickens. We changed our diet to lamb now, the dog being allergic to chicken. We do not eat soup. My neighbor checked on this, when her mom was ill.

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After all, what could be easier or faster than cooking an egg -- in any number of ways.

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My meal of choice!

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I have three over easy eggs every morning from my layers and I give my lab two!!! She loves them. Eggs have so many power house nutrients that are best gotten from food!

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Use to be able to unfortunately. Look up manufactured eggs, rice and lettuce from china. it shows the manufacturing process and how to tell the real ones. Hint, plastic melts. Put some rice in a frypan with no oil. Also some floats.

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Mar 6Liked by Dr. Peter and Ginger Breggin

The most valuable accessory for shopping these days is a magnifying glass. Accompanied by an updated list of the franken-chemicals being surreptitiously inserted into ‘food- like’ substances. Seen the recent article by Dr Mercola about cheese? Worth a close reading of how another so-called staple has been infected by GMO rennet.

I like to make a show of using a magnifying glass when I shop, no matter where, in hopes of perhaps making other shoppers think a little more about what they’re contemplating buying :).

In Germany there are apps that warn shoppers about insect flours and bits in products. That would be an enterprise worth developing everywhere!

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always have it in my purse!

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Yes! Good for you…the one indispensable accessory we all need.

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Mar 7Liked by Dr. Peter and Ginger Breggin

Just want to say thank you Dr. and Mrs. Breggin for your courageous and consistent sharing of truth! It is so rare, yet so needed in these corrupted days. The words we speak and how we speak them show the quality of people we are. You both are exceptional! Thank you again.

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Dear Tier 1 — thank you very much. We put a lot of thought into what we say, and how we say it. Words do matter!

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Mar 7Liked by Dr. Peter and Ginger Breggin

BREAKING: Polish police BEATING farmers protesting against climate policies

The new liberal government is cracking down on protesting farmers https://petersweden.substack.com/p/breaking-polish-police-beating-farmers

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Thank you StellaMaris for sharing this news and the link!

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I fully expect that to happen in the USA in the near future. I also expect them to attack anyone raising some livestock on a small scale and anyone growing their own food. Like me.

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Aren't they already? Amish farmers?

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At least we have the Second Amendment and people need to start organizing instead of allowing people to be bullied and their farms destroyed. All the livestock farms, food processing facilities, etc., etc., are being destroyed by arson. It isn't some freak accident. Just wait until the people in the big cities can't get food in the grocery stores!!!! I never thought I would see the day that so many law enforcement think that these power that be have good intentions and will take care of them and there families when the shit hits the fan!

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I watched the videos. If you watch the first link closely, the Polish pigs ('officers') weren't doing very well. If they tried this in my local community, they'd be shot full of holes damn quick...

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That so-called election result served to install one of the EUSSR’s major architects and proponents, Donald Tusk.

It’s tragic that after holding out against communism since briefly regaining its sovereignty, Poland sold itself to the European (dis)Union and all that comes with it, in particular, rigged elections.

Tusk and his fellow travelers will have time to inflict a lot of damage before the EU wannabe ‘State’ sinks under the weight of its enormous corruption.

OTOH the Polish people have endured with their religion and family ethos intact, through even worse than the new communists will inflict, and will, I believe, prevail.

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Those police need exterminated!!!! They are not acting lawfully!!! You have to wonder what they think they will be eating along with their families!!!!

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Mar 7Liked by Dr. Peter and Ginger Breggin

We have a young couple who live next door to us. They just purchased a dozen laying hens. Fresh eggs. How delightful. I hen-sat last weekend. Got paid in fresh eggs.

Love it.

Thanks for this eye-opening story.

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I hear chickens really clean up back yard bugs too! I love the stories I hear about them-Ginger

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Mar 8Liked by Dr. Peter and Ginger Breggin

The good news is they eat ticks too. Valuable today with Willie Borgdorfers creation, Lymes,

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My girls are good for the soul and a constant source of entertainment. LKooking forward to 6 new golden buffs Apr. 1st!

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That's what we have. We will be getting a new flock this summer. We currently have 20, down from 36. We have had to really change their roaming due to so many predators...fox, coyotes, raccoons, and the latest big hawks!!! So we even had to put netting over both pastures. Most of my family and my neighbors get eggs from us.

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Mar 7Liked by Dr. Peter and Ginger Breggin

I also wish products containing Spirulina as a vegetable ingredient would put a warning on the label, like they do with peanuts, milk products, soy, and others.....that Spirulina contains Cobalt. Spirulina is an algae, and that meant it wasn't in the wrong plant family for me, so I ordered and began to use it. With delayed reaction, a rash started at my ankles and lower legs; it went to my upper arms and shoulders, but I couldn't match it up with anything I was allergic to. They recommend 1 or 2 scoops a day, and a few weeks ago I went to 2 scoops a day in my smoothie, rather than cutting and freezing a lot of fruits and vegetables. Still not making a connection, my rash got worse and worse, about to go crazy. I went to my Dr, who says it has to be an allergy because it is all over me, and gave me the 6 day pack of cortisone, which HAS given me a little relief. On the way to the drug store I remembered that product was the one item I had doubled the amount of, so I investigated the ingredients AGAIN. When I looked up Spirulina this time, I found it is a BLUE-GREEN algae, and it does very much contain Cobalt, which I am allergic to. I have tried to contact the company, who promises your next checkup will be great. Mine was NOT great, and I cannot get them to answer my email; I have sent it 3 times already. I still have a lot of unopened canisters in the drawer. If they had put Cobalt on the label, it would have prevented all of this. I found that 1 out of 20 people are affected by Cobalt. When the rash had started, I stopped using my Zeolite spray, because I found that cobalt can bind to Zeolite, and I thought perhaps that was the problem. The rash did not even slow down.

Just want to say, that if you have any allergies, research every ingredient in anything, THOROUGHLY, before taking or eating it.

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You need to get spirulina from a trusted source. Try Vimergy and in Australia, Puresia.

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It's a blue-green algae, it's still going to contain cobalt. When I checked the ingredient the first time, I just assumed since it was not a plant in the plant family I am allergic to, then there would be no problem. I never thought about algae containing cobalt. The rash is better, I guess, but I'm still getting a few new red itchy bumps. Don't know how long it will take for the cobalt to get out of my body.

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The spirulina I use is organic and made in pristine conditions, not blue it is green. Have you read any of Anthony Williams the medical medium books? Or listened to his free podcasts and watched his free videos? He has a lot to say about heavy metals in the body and in the liver. He is helping thousands of people get well from chronic illness. It might be something else causing the rash. All the best. https://www.medicalmedium.com/blog/troublemakers-that-make-us-sick-toxic-heavy-metals

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Thank you for the link, I will check him out. Green dyes also contain cobalt, and I imagine other green things too. Blue and yellow = green. The allergy sheets on Cobalt all mention blue OR green. Being green would not mean it did not have cobalt. Anyway, I was not trying to get Spirulina, it was just an ingredient in Field of Greens, and I can't even get them to answer the email that I have sent 3 times. Not addressing this with me, is worse than them not having a warning on the label. Maybe they didn't know Spirulina had cobalt either, but if I don't get an answer soon, I'm going to start writing about it everywhere.

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Mar 6Liked by Dr. Peter and Ginger Breggin

Well wow. Of course, nothing is what it seems in inverted world. "Just the news" "Just a vaccine" etc. Diligence required. Thank you for sharing. Some day will be invert back into something resembling normalcy. Best.

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I read Just the News -- it's legitimate.

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Seems to be common putting "Just" in front of things

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Beyond Meat stock is currently at $8 down from $234 in 2019.

Obviously both the products and company are being rejected by the general public and investors.

Educating the public about other fake food products, such as Just Eggs, will prevent them from being instituted.

What Just Eggs, tofu, Beyond Meat, etc really are, is junk food for Vegans.

BTW, canola oil is fake food too.

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I used to eat Tofu, but bought organic, then I figured it is still processed to some degree, I might as well eat beans, gave up soy, most is GMO now.

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Mar 7Liked by Dr. Peter and Ginger Breggin

Amish farmer, Amos Miller PERSECUTION case IS OUR CONCERN:

Pennsylvania Dept. of Agriculture says ALL food is “illegal” unless produced in government-approved facility. https://www.naturalnews.com/2024-02-28-pa-agriculture-food-illegal-unless-produced-government-facility.html

This case carries over to all of your personal health choices, like all herbs, plants, and natural remedies of any kind. When I urge all of you to start your own gardens and identify your local co-op for clean meat, if we don't stop this now, governments all over will restrict your ability to do that.

This is a test case that will be used by a president to squash health sovereignty of all kinds.

These are the Twitter accounts of most of the Pennsylvania legislators that sit on the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee because they are responsible for this tyranny.

@RepPashinski

@RepBurgos

@RepKinkead

@4BudCook

@PaulFrielforPA

@RepRoniGreen

@RepTarik

@RepHanbidge

@RepKHoward

@RepTakac

@RepSappey

@RepGleim

@RepSteele

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Yes. I lived in a small community a while back, and a local farmer/rancher grew Real food and raised milk cattle and chickens. He and his wife set up a small retail space in one of the out buildings, and local persons could buy non-GMO produce including milk, cheese, and eggs. Everyone won... for many, many decades...

Eventually the USDA heard about the operation - filled suit, and attempted to shut the business down. Even threatened to have the owners arrested and the land seized. Things got a bit heated, as the local community got pretty pissed. The final straw was USDA "inspectors" showing up to paddock gates leading to the farm.

This gaggle of Corporate mafia was met by the county sheriff, several deputies, and about 100 local residents armed with various firearms. End of story. The USDA pricks (and prickets) even had the audacity to threaten that they'd be back. I guess they weren't taught that a loaded 30-30 trumps a college education every time...

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Thank God there was a happy ending for that farmer. Unfortunately for Mr Miller, the USDA seized all his products. If those employees who confiscated his products would have just said "no", (as they must know it wasn't right/legal to do), then who would have done it, the governor of PA? Dr. Jane Ruby just did an interview with Mr. Miller's attorney. Very insightful. You can see it on Dr. Ruby's Rumble channel.

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About those "employees". >>>

“A tyrant needs above all a tyrant-state, so he will use a million little civil servant tyrants who each have a trivial task to perform, and each will perform that task competently, and without remorse, and no one will realize that he is the millionth link in the final act.”

From: Henri Verneuil‘s film I Comme Icare >>> Release date: Dec 19, 1979

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So true! Hitler didn't need a bunch of goons to carry out his tyranny and murders. He just needed the barber, the bread maker, the teacher... the average citizen to carry it out. (Will search for that film, thanks)

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Mar 7Liked by Dr. Peter and Ginger Breggin

Anybody got a good method for keeping the Bambies out of the Victory garden? Last year the neighbor beyond our house began feeding the deer corn or something, on the ground at his back door. Next thing I knew, my bean plants I had nursed all summer and they had started making beans...were gone along with the beans, as well as the brand new beautiful, and not cheap, hanging basket of pansies, that were in the front flower bed, not near my vegetable tubs. My husband said the neighbor was no longer feeding them, but they are still in his yard and ours every night. We are not in the country either, we are in a residential area, 2 . 2 miles from the main drag.

Don't hold out a lot of hope for this kitchen table of sprouted seeds, this year.

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go to groworganic.com and see if you can find any helpful info. is a company located in an area i lived in for years, nevada county california. deer are everywhere, they may have solutions.

better yet, now that I think of it, check out permies.com

TONS of info there and members will participate and help you sort out a solution.

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My parents use a motion detector activated sprinkler. It does a good job for them. Babi doesn’t like getting sprayed by water when trying to eat strawberries.

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We have 4 of those, but I think they are getting used to them, so much I'm not sure they will keep stopping them now that they are really looking for food other than the buds on the Rose of Sharon, across the front of the house. After they stopped on those flower buds, they were not bothering the garden part, so I was not keeping the sprinklers turned on consistently....I didn't know about the neighbor beyond us feeding them, either. After they ate the beans and pansies I made sure they were on every night. Had to move the Rose of Sharon protector over to the flower bed by the garage door (where the pansies had been) , which created a real situation in the mornings, and especially the night we go to the American Legion Dance. Even with the vegetable tubs sprinkler on, they ate the far side of a large tomato clump, because it blocked the water spray. Dealing with the water hoses running all over, is difficult to, since grass has to be cut.

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My daughter started raisng chicks...in 5 months they are full grown hens...and producing eggs.. She is feeding them better than any hens were ever fed before; even makes sure the water they get ultra filtered water. They are out of the coop from early morning to dusk roaming in the back yard. We have a home sized lot. Many people with even a small lot could do the same, in order to have a good source of a natural food. Make sure they are hens...not roosters!

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Good for her! She will have a supple of healthy eggs and lots of laughs and entertainment to boot!

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The FDA is one of the most corrupt and filthy government agencies of the United States.

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Well, thank you for the heads up, Truth-tellers.

Now we come to find the fires are most likely a hit on the TX ranchers. First eggs, then chickens, now beef. If it isn't arson, sabotage, then it's DEW weapons. And the Chinese own the pork industry, so food grade mRNA edible vaccines?

Please tell us all of any "foods" that contain bugs. And how that appear on the list of ingredients?

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We need an army of hungry folks reading labels and compiling lists of foods containing cricket meal or other bug products. To begin with if readers know of any give us all a heads up in this comments section.

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Most people will not rake the time they need to when food shopping to read labels or to just shop the perimeter of the store. Also searching for Gates' fruit and veg coating. Talk to farmers at the farmer's markets or call them to ask questions. I did it with my grass fed meat purveyors. I will never eat cricket meals or other bug products.

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Plenty of yuck info here, and a lot of propaganda in favour of eating parasite-ridden insects and more:

https://www.qwant.com/?q=foods+that+contain+insect+flours+and+bits&client=brz-brave&t=web

Check out the oregano information - crikey. Nothing is left untouched. We’ll have to grow our own…

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Mar 7Liked by Dr. Peter and Ginger Breggin

I followed your lead and checked out what's on Amazon, bug wise. Yikes!

It's to the right side of your info.

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I screenshot some info on this topic to send to my elderly mother and for some reason i can't find if. However i do remember a couple things: The word "acheta" or variations of this term signify crickets were used in production.

I also saw a post saying the term E120 refers to beetle ingredients and E904 refers to lice. I haven't researched these codes to see if it's accurate but mentioning it in case someone has the time to research.

I primarily buy whole foods and know where my meat and eggs come from so don't worry about it too much. If something is packaged like flour or noodles, etc i would check to see if it's kosher bc theoretically it will be bug free.

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Mar 24·edited Mar 24Liked by Dr. Peter and Ginger Breggin

I am sensitive to chicken eggs, so tried Just Eggs at the suggestion of someone who is a vegetarian/vegan. I think the "Just" refers to "social justice" as well as being a play on words meaning "only", This all is part of the vegan mindset, though I think it's naive and one of the ways fake foods have been slipped into our food system. Looking back I can see how PETA and veganism has been a part of this in the name of "justice".

The idea that we are stealing eggs from chickens and harming them is ridiculous. While I think there are better ways to treat animals than factory farms, getting eggs or milk from farm animals is not harmful to them. And there are better ways to treat humans than to feed them inferior "food products.", likely harmful to them as is the food pyramid.

Another ingredient in Just Eggs is transglutamase (amine?), which is also known as "meat glue" yet another way the system fails to protect us. I gave up on Just Eggs, which are frightfully expensive for a product that spoils quickly. The price of food increasing due to "food shortages" is another part of the predatory plan to Reduce Carbon. As the saying goes, "you are the carbon they want to reduce."

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Hi Katie, thanks for this info~~

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