The guilty party’s favorite defense is to point the finger at you.
It is a fact that human food is tainted in unimaginable ways. A fellow authorreminded me the other day in a comment that both domestic and wild animals are receiving the “covid” treatment with graphene “vaccines” that turn them into parts of the IoT and they can be liberally tracked, made sick, or killed. Still, pet food also shows that the universal poisoning has room even for your favorites in your home.
Pet food is marketed for the owner; after all, a cat or a dog doesn’t have money, and couldn’t care less of the food names on cans that would pass for entrees in restaurants. Well, restaurant food “only” usually uses the cheapest possible ingredients in order to maximize profits, although restaurants without a liquor license tend to go bankrupt. Still, domestic animals seem to have human diseases, because they are exposed to the same type of poisoning as humans. Food is a major source of such toxins.
For further discussion, here is the following comment to one of my articles, but the comment vanished (no, it was not “Removed”), so I respect the commenter’s privacy and not publishing the name. The quote is from the notification e-mail:
for pet parents...the brave Susan T has risked life&limb to unmask the unspeakable... Pet Food is 4D -‘Dead, Diseased, Dying, and Disabled ' truthaboutpetfood.com/?s=Rendered+Waste+Ingredients+ [Search Result for 'Rendered Waste Ingredients '] ''4D materials”. “4D” is industry language for ‘Dead, Diseased, Dying, and Disabled animals’. (kibble, canned, dehydrated, and so on) truthaboutpetfood.com/its-not-pet-food-its-a-waste-disposal-system/
It’s Not Pet Food, It’s a Waste Disposal System Susan Thixton Association for Truth in Pet Food ...The FDA openly admits these types of animal feed/pet feed ingredients are illegal – remain illegal. But the agency makes it clear they are CHOOSING not to enforce law. The agency is CHOOSING to allow pets to consume diseased animal material, CHOOSING to allow pets to consume decomposing, dead, non-slaughtered animal material. The agency is CHOOSING to allow the pet feed industry to profit from the sale of illegal ingredients. And significantly – illegal ingredients are allowed by FDA with no disclosure on the pet food label. No warning to any consumer. ...FDA’s own testing found dog foods to contain pentobarbital – a drug used to euthanize animals (can’t get more toxic than that). https://truthaboutpetfood.com/horrifying-laboratory-animals-rendered-into-pet-food/
Horrifying – Laboratory Animals rendered into Pet Food The rendering of laboratory test animals into pet food ingredients is simply unacceptable. Untested drugs, euthanasia drugs, and various species of test animals, all to possibly become part of a family pet’s food, is inexcusable. The carcasses of these test animals and the drugs and chemicals within them should never become rendered into pet food. Please look at the label of your pet’s food and treats for the ingredients ‘animal fat’, ‘by-product meal’, ‘meat and bone meal’, ‘meat meal’ (not ‘chicken meal’ or ‘turkey meal’ or any other specific named meat meal), and ‘Animal Digest’; feeding your pet a food or treat with these ingredients could mean you are feeding the remains of a laboratory test animal and the drugs within that animal. Unfortunately, many Rx pet foods designed to treat a pet illness contain some of these ingredients.
It stands to reason what will happen to pets after humans will be forced to live in boxesin “smart cities.” When pigs are offered GMO and non-GMO food, they always choose the latter, but I'm afraid, even cricket and worm sandwishes will be GMO for humans, while the rare meat on the table will be lab-made from cancerous cells. Human cadavers are already recycled in some states and turned into fertilizers.
When Philip K. Dick, one of the best, and certainly the most prolific sci-fi writer received a literary prize and a committee knocked on his door to notify him, they caught him eating canned pet food. These days, even he might want to abstain from such delicacies.
Animals are also systematically turned infertile or killed off in order to hamper the food supply, thus sharing the fate of humans:
It is more important what not to eat than what to eat:
In his novels, he had many futuristic predictions that are now coming true. Blade Runner is perhaps his most well-known book:
This explains why my dog food today smells like something died in it. I bought it from H‑E‑B I think. Texas something. Today, I was getting the dog food out of the bin and it smelled bad. Like maybe a rat died in it or something. A couple of ladies told me, do not buy dog food make it. Rice and hamburger meat. That is going to cost me a heck of a lot more money.
Thanks fer the nod, Ray! Long time ago I had a lovely, kind elderly neighbor (who'd been livin' in her rent controlled apt. since the 1930s!) When $ was short she ate cat food 'stead've tuna. She was 89 an' in GREAT health (later that year a foolish medi-cull pro-see-jure killed 'er--grrrr). Cat food ain't the same now--of course. 'member the melamine in the dog food from chyyyyna that killed a lotta pets? Yup....
ps cats n' dogs is carnivores! feedin' kibble ta carnivores is just feedin' 'em gmo-cereal (the extrusion temps are so HOT that the wheat/corn/soy acrylamides form AND all nutrition is KILLED ta make them toxic pellets!) Grassfed human-grade meat, wild sardines, pastured eggs! is what these critters crave! (no, it t'ain't cheap but y'are what'cha eat! an' ya save money on vet bills! In fact ya won't likely need a vet if ya feed yer pets a raw diet)
PPS I couldn't comment on the "controlled opposition story" (no worries) but I 'spectfully disagree with them she's singlin' out--all've 'em in fact. Happy ta agree ta disagree with yer friend thar, but but be that as it may, re the WHO Treaty she summarily dismisses (Roguski is a good guy but sure, she doesn't like the man...she's gotta right to her onions!) but anyway, it ain't a lil' ol' sneeze in the handkie ta just ignore 'er wipe away! It's a giant blast'o snot meant to cover us all--"poimanently"--so I like this take on it from Jon Rappoport: