Amazon’s Jeff Bezos demonizing farming while investing more than $1.27 billion in fake food production
By Ethan Huff // Mar 22, 2024

Story at a glance: (summary by "Neo" LLM via Brighteon.AI)

- Jeff Bezos' Earth Fund will spend over $1.27 billion on manufacturing fake food, specifically plant-based and lab-grown "meats."

- The goal is to demonize traditional farming methods and force a shift towards fake meat alternatives.

- The Aspen Ideas Climate conference featured discussions about using technology, biotechnology, and geoengineering to transform urban landscapes and financing strategies for the fake meat revolution.

- Speakers at the event emphasized the need for a "seismic shift" in how trillions of dollars are invested into fighting "climate change" by suppressing traditional farming activities.


At the recent Aspen Ideas Climate conference in Miami, Fla., Bezos Earth Fund vice chair Lauren Sanchez – the Bezos Earth Fund is a project of former Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos – revealed that a large portion of Bezos' fortune will be spent on manufacturing fake food for the masses.

According to Sanchez, more than $1.27 billion from the Bezos Earth Fund will be spent on creating more "plant-based, lab-grown 'meats,'" this while demonizing the farming of real food as outdated and something that needs to go.

The three-day conference featured speakers who highlighted their belief that Big Tech in general will play a critical role in this transformation from real meat to fake "meat." They talked about lab-cultured food "intelligence," biotechnology and geoengineering (chemtrails), and other tools they say are critical in forcing farmers and ranchers to stop growing and producing real food.

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Urban landscapes will also need to be "redeveloped" to facilitate this shift, the speakers explained, as will the way financing works. There will have to be a "seismic shift" in financial strategies that funnel trillions rather than billions of dollars into the fake meat revolution – all of this being necessary, they claim, to stop "global warming."

"From the resonance of music to the subtleties of architecture, from stirring art to imaginative fiction, profound calls to action are often hidden in the unexpected," it was also stated at the event about how everything has to change, including music and art, in order for any of this to work.

"Experience the captivating stories that inspire change from some of the most unanticipated sources."

(Related: A few years ago, Bezos announced that he plans to dump most of his $124 billion net worth into fighting "climate change," which includes this latest move.)

Climate change, a brain disease

Sanchez, who like Bezos is fully devoted to and obsessed with fighting "climate change," told two fictional stories during her 10-minute presentation that aimed to scare the audience into fearing deforestation and global warming.

"Deforestation and global warming ... it's not just about solving a problem," Sanchez said. "It's also about reimagining our interaction with the world. We need to invent our way out of climate change."

Sanchez talked a lot about methane, also known as cow flatulence, and how to track its "leaks" all around the world – in other words, they want to keep a close eye on cow farts, and they plan to do it with a recently launched satellite called MethanSat.

"It's a game-changing satellite we support with the Environmental Defense Fund," Sanchez said, somehow with a straight face.

"Now, before MethaneSat launched into orbit, just last week, ... we weren't able to see the big picture of where and how bad the methane leaks are ... we now have innovative technology which we can see and measure leaks like never before."

MethaneSat also looks for methane releases from oil and gas facilities, which also have to go, say the climate fanatics, because these natural, earth-based fuels are making temperatures too warm – or too cold, depending on the propaganda of the day.

Just about the only thing Sanchez said that made any sense whatsoever was her "novel" idea that perhaps planting more trees around the world will help the planet. It does not require a multi-billion-dollar satellite to tell us that, though.

"This will need a ton of innovation," Sanchez continued while proceeding to basically say that all livestock needs to go.

"We're investing heavily in [the] livestock sector and inventions that will give consumers meat options that are better for the earth," she said.

In other words, you will not eat meat and you will like it, according to these Bezos-backed lunatics.

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