The globalist World Health Organization (WHO) has started warning that the “meat supply” will trigger the “next pandemic” by causing deadly pathogens to jump from animals to humans.
This disturbing new narrative comes amid an already escalating war against agriculture and livestock farming over claims that producing meat and dairy products contributes to the so-called “climate crisis.”
Now the United Nations’ WHO is targeting the meat industry with the latest proven fear tactic – the alleged risk of another freedom-robbing pandemic.
This new fearmongering idea is now being pushed like never before under One Health.
One Health is a global agenda that gives sweeping powers to unelected bureaucrats at the WHO.
The plan will allow the WHO to centralize power and make decisions relating to diet, agriculture and livestock farming, environmental pollution, movement of populations, healthcare, and much more, for the entire world, overriding the rights of citizens and the laws of sovereign nations.
To that end, a report from the Brooks McCormick Jr. Animal Law & Policy Program at Harvard Law School and the Center for Environmental & Animal Protection at New York University now predicts that the next pandemic is likely to emerge from the U.S. meat supply.
Additionally, they warn that the fur trade, petting zoos, and pets all create similar risks.
It basically reviews all the different areas of life and commerce that involve animal and human contact, however brief or rare, and the subsequent hypothetical zoonotic transmission chains.
Unsurprisingly, One Health documents are repeatedly referenced in this report.
Overall, the One Health agenda essentially demonizes the meat and dairy industry and the consumption of food products from animals.
The plan calls for minimizing or eliminating certain animal-human contact, sterilizing areas where animals are kept or butchered, and/or increasing the use of antibiotics and vaccines in animals across the board.
It also calls for massively increased biosurveillance and testing.
The One Health agenda effectively suggests that contact with animals and meat products creates a high risk.
In contrast, the report in question primarily focuses on legislative and regulatory actions to curtail zoonotic disease.
The suggestions include the potential banning of certain animal practices that “present great risk but relatively little value, economic or otherwise.”
In recent years, the lab-grown “meat” industry has been pushing the narrative that their cell-based lab-concoctions are the answer to today’s environmental woes, and that includes the threat of zoonotic disease transmission, as lab-grown “meat” is grown in supposedly highly hygienic and sterile conditions.
The main marketing pitch for the emerging lab-grown “meat” industry is that it helps “fight climate change” by reducing the “emissions” from traditional farming.
However, as Slay News previously reported, a recent study found that lab-grown “meat” is actually 25 times worse for the environment than traditional beef production.
Nevertheless, the One Health narrative is that the natural environment poses countless risks to human health and must therefore be controlled.
Meanwhile, it’s mankind’s efforts to control and replace nature in the first place that is causing most of the problems.
While the One Health narrative is that pandemics are caused by animals, there’s little doubt that the next pandemic will come from a lab, just like most previous pandemics, including COVID-19.
“Proximal Origin,” which became the most-cited paper (a Letter to the Editor mischaracterized everywhere as a serious scientific review), claimed SARS-CoV-2 emerged through natural evolution and spread via a wet market in Wuhan, China.
The paper alleged that there was no evidence to suggest genetic engineering or a lab origin.
Private communications, however, reveal they suspected the virus had leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology and had been genetically engineered to infect humans.
Mounting evidence also suggests this cover-up was led by then-director of the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony Fauci, then-director of the National Institutes of Health Francis Collins, M.D., Ph.D., and then-head of the Wellcome Trust Sir Jeremy Farrar.
As noted in a July 20 Public Substack article by independent journalists Alex Gutentag, Leighton Woodhouse, and Michael Shellenberger:
“The documents … show [Kristian] Andersen and his co-authors, Andrew Rambaut, Edward C. Holmes, and Robert F. Garry, conspiring — by which we mean they made secret plans to engage in deceptive and unethical behavior and — to spread disinformation.
“Their conspiracy included coordinating with their ‘higher-ups’ in the U.S. and UK governments to deceive journalists …
“We … today … release the full cache of Slack messages and emails covering the discussions between Andersen et al. as they wrote their influential ‘Proximal Origin’ paper, which Anthony Fauci and others in the U.S. government used to dismiss the lab leak hypothesis.”
Meanwhile, the meat and dairy industry has come under mounting attacks from green agenda advocates.
As Slay News recently reported, the United States has joined twelve other nations from around the world in an agreement to crack down on the agriculture industry to fight “global warming.”
International governments have agreed to sign a pact pledging to target food production by shutting down farms to reduce “methane emissions.”
The thirteen nations signing the Global Methane Pledge are:
- Burkina Faso
- Czech Republic
- The United States
The move seeks to drastically cut meat and dairy supply around the world to allegedly “save the planet” from “climate change.”
The U.S., Australia, Brazil, and Argentina, nations that are signing the pact, are among the world’s largest producers of meat.
On behalf of the United States, Democrat President Joe Biden’s “Special Envoy for Climate” John Kerry has already vowed to sign the pact.
Kerry reportedly insists that farmers must slash food production to meet the “Net Zero” goals of the globalist green agenda.
Plans to ban meat and dairy have already started to be implemented in several major U.S. cities too.
Slay News recently revealed that 14 American cities have set a “target” to comply with the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) green agenda goals by banning meat, dairy, and private car ownership by 2030.
The U.S. cities have formed a coalition called the “C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group” (C40).
The C40 has established an “ambitious target” to meet the WEF’s goals by the year 2030.
To fulfill the “target,” the C40 Cities have pledged that their residents will comply with the following list of mandatory rules:
- “0 kg [of] meat consumption”
- “0 kg [of] dairy consumption”
- “3 new clothing items per person per year”
- “0 private vehicles” owned
- “1 short-haul return flight (less than 1500 km) every 3 years per person”
The C40 Cities’ dystopian goals can be found in its “The Future of Urban Consumption in a 1.5°C World” report.
The American city members of C40 include:
- Los Angeles
- New Orleans
- New York City
- San Francisco
- Washington, D.C.
The Democrat mayor of Phoenix, Arizona, Kate Gallego, has been leading the charge and has already taken steps toward enforcing the globalist agenda.