New calls are emerging for meat products to carry cigarette pack-style warnings to guilt consumers into believing that are contributing to “climate change” if they choose to eat the food.
According to new research, adding graphic warnings to meat-based foods had a significant impact on people’s decisions to choose them.
The idea is being promoted by scientists from Durham University in the UK.
They argue that the novel approach will cut meat and dairy consumption.
They claim that the production of meat and dairy products accounts for about one-seventh of global emissions.
The scientists took a group of 1,000 meat-eating adults and split them into four groups.
The participants were then shown pictures of hot meals tagged with a climate, health, or pandemic warning, or no label.
The participants found the climate warning labels to be the “most credible.”
These labels showed fire-charred landscapes and read: “Warning: Eating meat contributes to climate change.”
“As warning labels have already been shown to reduce smoking as well as drinking of sugary drinks and alcohol, using a warning label on meat-containing products could help us achieve this if introduced as national policy,” said Jack Hughes, the study’s lead author.
These new calls are just the latest push in the war on food.
In 2018, Christiana Figueres, the former United Nations official responsible for the 2015 Paris climate agreement, called for meat to be banned.
Figueres argued that meat eaters should be banished and treated “the same way that smokers are treated.”
“How about restaurants in 10-15 years start treating carnivores the same way that smokers are treated?” Figueres suggested during a conference.
“If they want to eat meat, they can do it outside the restaurant.”
As Slay News previously reported, a World Economic Forum (WEF) scientist also pushed a disturbing plan to advance the anti-meat agenda.
Professor Matthew Liao, a leading bioethicist linked to the WEF “Great Reset” agenda, believes that humans can be genetically engineered to be smaller in size to reduce their impact on so-called “global warming.”
Dr. Liao, director of the College of Global Public Health’s Center for Bioethics at New York University, also wants people to be genetically modified to become meat intolerant.
By making the public allergic to meat, Liao argues that governments could shut down the majority of the farming industry and “save the planet.”
A recently reemerged video shows Liao laying out this sinister plot to fight “climate change” during the 2016 World Science Forum.
In the video, he explains his vision of ending meat consumption by genetically modifying humans.
“People eat too much meat,” Liao said.
“And if they were to cut down on their consumption of meat, then it would actually really help the planet.”
Liao discussed making humans intolerant to meat through chemical and hormonal interventions.
However, he also admits that he loves meat too much to give it up, suggesting that he would need to be forced to stop consuming it.
“But people are not willing to give up meat,” Liao admitted.
“Some people will be willing to, but other people – they may be willing to but they have a weakness of will.
They say, ‘This steak is just too juicy, I can’t do that.’
“I’m one of those by the way.
“So here’s a thought,” he continues.
“So it turns out that we know a lot about — we have these intolerances.
“For example, I have a milk intolerance.
“And some people are intolerant to crayfish.
“So possibly we can use human engineering to make the case that we’re intolerant to certain kinds of meat, to certain kinds of bovine proteins.”
“There’s this thing called the Lone Star tick where if it bites you, you will become allergic to meat,” he added.
“So that’s something we can do through human engineering.
“We can possibly address really big world problems through human engineering.”
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Meanwhile, the WEF is pushing a plan to shift the public’s sentiments toward bug-eating.
The WEF claims that people who refuse to get on board with the Great Reset agenda by eating insects to “save the planet” must be “racist.’”
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This comes amid mounting concerns over the side effects of cow protein Alpha-gal.
In the United States, the protein is usually transferred to people with the bite of the Lone Star tick.
However, the Alpha-gal protein is in Covid shots and many childhood vaccines.
Interestingly, the protein can trigger Alpha-gal syndrome which causes potentially-deadly meat allergies in humans.
There is no cure for Alpha-gal syndrome and treatment involves avoiding eating meat.
Sufferers cannot consume beef, pork, lamb, organ meats, or gelatins.