‘Net zero’ war on food! US factories destroyed, Aussie and Irish livestock targeted

The massive Walmart distribution centre at Plainfield, Indiana, a major supplier of livestock food, burns down in March.
A major fresh food supplier Taylor Farms, in Salinas, California, burns down on April 14. Most of the plant was destroyed.


QUESTIONS are being raised over the highly suspicious destruction of some 20 food processing and distribution facilities across the US and Canada since mid-2021.

The incidents coincide with a warning of food shortages issued by the Biden administration and G7 leaders in March. They blame the war in Ukraine, a major grain growing nation, but a long-running war on farming led by environmentalists is more likely the underlying reason.

Climate activism at a government and corporate level by industry groups such as Meat and Livestock Australia, is also directly threatening livestock numbers and the economic viability of the food industry.

Australian senator Malcolm Roberts has echoed this warning in relation to MLA’s so-called Red Meat 2030 project. “Red Meat 2030 is a strategic plan to double the value of the red meat industry without increasing herd numbers or prices, whilst bringing the industry to net zero emissions. This sounds like a fairy-tale and yet the Liberal/Nationals Government is selling this plan to farmers with a straight face.”

The worldwide green movement blames farming, and livestock farming in particular, for “climate change” and the radical, criminal element of this movement which is directly linked to the US Democratic Party, is not above violent action to bring about their objective of basically destroying the fossil-fuel powered agri-industrial economy.

This militant radicalism is being fanned by the UN. “In her remarks to the UN General Assembly in March, General Assembly President María Fernanda Espinosa Garcés warned that there are only 11 years left for humankind to enact massive and unprecedented changes to avert climate catastrophe. Considering the conditions of our situation, radical action and forceful tactics are increasingly becoming the norm,” the quarterly Harvard International Review reported.

In recent incidents this month a massive fire destroyed parts of the Azure Standard headquarters in Oregon, a company that claims to be the USA’s largest independent food distributor, and another massive blaze destroyed the Taylor Farms packaged salad plant in Salinas, California.

In late March, 25,000 kilos of food was destroyed in a fire at the Maricopa Food Pantry, a food bank in Arizona, while another blaze at Rio Fresh in Texas severely damaged the onion processing facility.

In February, fires destroyed Wisconsin River Meats, the Shearer’s Food potato chip plant in Oregon, and the Louis Dreyfus soybean and biodiesel plant in Indiana. Numerous other fires happened at food plants across the US in previous months.

While not all the fires were listed as suspicious, food processing factory fires are said the be relatively rare, compared with the 1000 or so warehouse fires across the US annually. But the attacks on farm and fishing industries worldwide by animal rights and climate activists are well documented. It is also happening at a government level through environmental and climate legislation.

In Northern Ireland parliamentarians are calling for the elimination of more than a million sheep and cattle from the nation in order to meet the insane “climate emissions targets” required under their Climate Change (No.2) Bill.

The Irish Act requires the farming sector to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 and reduce methane emissions by almost 50 percent over the same period. The parallels with Meat and Livestock Australia’s Red Meat 2030 project are clear.

The Ulster Farmers’ Union and other agriculture industry groups, like sheep going to slaughter, commissioned KPMG to do the numbers of how much livestock needs to be culled to meet the net zero emissions target. The big lie is that about a third of human-caused methane emissions come from livestock, mostly from the burps and manure of beef and dairy cattle.

But interestingly, KPMG shared a nugget of truth on the matter. “Both the ‘pig’ and ‘poultry’ sectors have a minor impact on agriculture carbon emissions (2% and 1%, respectively) and, therefore, any effort to decarbonise can be assumed to have a minor impact on total carbon emissions,” the company said.

Another analysis by the UK government’s climate advisers suggested chicken numbers would also need to be cut by 5 million by 2035, severely winding back the rapid growth in pig and poultry sectors in Nothern Ireland in the past decade.

But cheap meat for Irish folk is not what environmentalism wants. The meat will be reserved as a delicacy for the global elites. The bulk of the Irish will more likely be sold Bill Gates’ “sustainable” farm specialty – compacted insects and “plant-based meat”. The latter is already sold in Australian supermarkets.

As noted by Senator Roberts: “Red Meat 2030 is a plan to take red meat off the table of everyday Australians. This is implementing the political goals of the United Nations to reduce red meat consumption to 14g – one mouthful – a day.  I spoke about this UN plan in my speech to the Senate recently. A vote for the Liberal, Nationals, Labor or Greens is a vote for taking red meat off the table of everyday Australians through their Red Meat 2030 plan.”

The 90-member Northern Ireland Assembly passed the bill which has set a net-zero carbon emission target for 2050. This is the “respectable face” of the anti-farming agenda of “net zero emissions” being pushed worldwide by the green lobby and is a clear and present danger to Australia from all mainstream parties.

Net zero emissions has long been the policy of Labor-Greens and more recently, the Coalition. The latter make lame concessions to their rural Nationals base when “climate policy” effects on farming is discussed, but Morrison and his circle have committed to the green global agenda like most other western nations.

Why supposedly conservative parties bend to climate hysteria is uncertain, but one major reason is probably the perception peddled by the media that “most people” believe in it. But there is also money i.e. the mega-millions washing around in the so-called renewable energy industry. And of course, it’s all part of the longstanding UN and G7 environmentalist agenda going way back to the Rio Conference in 1992.

According to popular Irish mythology, agriculture accounts for about 27% of Northern Ireland’s greenhouse gas emissions, with the vast majority coming from livestock. Like Australia, Ireland’s meat industry is heavily export-driven.

The country’s main poultry processor is Moy Park, a subsidiary of the Brazilian meat giant JBS, and is Northern Ireland’s largest company. The country’s main pig producer, JMW Farms at Armagh, trebled its gross turnover between 2011 and 2020.

Ewa Kmietowicz, head of the land use mitigations team at the Irish Climate Change Committee (CCC), said: “If you look at the evidence on the lifecycle of greenhouse gas emissions, the red meat livestock sources – beef, dairy, sheep – have the highest emissions because they’re ruminant and they have high methane emissions.

“But pigs and poultry also have a lot of indirect emissions through fodder growth and supply. A lot of food for pigs is imported in the UK, which wouldn’t necessarily impact on UK territorial emissions, but it’s still important because we don’t want to increase consumption emissions for the UK.”

CCC chief executive Chris Stark, told the Guardian newspaper that a switch to arable farming would probably be necessary if food production levels are to remain the same in Northern Ireland. “A condition in our modelling is that we produce the same amount of food per head in 2050,” he said. “But it’s very difficult to do this unless you see a change in farming practice, and especially unless you see a shift in arable farming versus livestock.”

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  2. Hi aapkoning and Han, Yes I have always regarded Solzhenitsyn as one of the great Prophets.
    He forsaw what is unfolding currently… warning that the West (in their ignorance of Ukrainian/Russian history), would most likely side with Ultranationalism. Spot on.
    Although ignorance and righteousness have always been very convenient shields for the West to hide behind whilst they carry out their hidden, grotesquely evil agendas.

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  3. D Johnston/Han Barkmeyer, Like both of your comments, it looks like some hidden wordsmiths in the Cairns News blog are appearing in the open complete with the truth. If only the Insouciant will wake up maybe history might not repeat itself.

    Please note/read the comment/advice by Han Barkmeyer, ” Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago 1918–1956.”

    I’m not a vegan (Han no stirring intended here) but I have to agree with this supplied article by Han, if only the MSM suckers take a bit of time to study and comprehend, then followed by the right action what we need NOW.

    I try to maintain some sense of (black) humor because, without it, we end up on our tailbones down the bottom of the septic pit of life. Been there and experienced that period, and because you are down the shit hole all the leeches and flies have evaporated. No honey and money to get/steal anymore.

    While more shit is rising I can still remember the comment/advice by my late Granddad, Talking to me and saying, “All the difficulties and obstacles you receive in your life, you can handle and resolve.” Still, I would say to my wise old Granddad,
    “would be easier if things are not that difficult.”

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  4. Animal emissions in Australia have been reduced and I see the Irish & US carry on as sign of weakness – look for a solution not a negative attitude before experimentation


  5. Down the page crisscross767 put up a photo of Klause asking Xi Xi if daviddd2 was correct asking him to send plucked not skun.

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  7. The 2020/1 global economic/financial crash happened and nobody noticed? That’s so slack of everybody.

    The price of REAL property tripled overnight and not one expert dared to really say why! Now all the Alices have to wait for mass hunger and starvation before they are reassured they’re still in Wonderland.

    Of course it’ll all be declared as the consequences and the cost of saving our Western Democracy and Freedom from the evil Russian and Chinese attempts to take over the world.

    Oh, did I wish everybody an egg-less Happy Easter in the last couple of weeks? 🙂


  8. “I know I sound like a cracked record but… time to stop talking and act.”

    You’re right, we must all strive for a new vegetarian world order! Any Chinese CCP official I see casting appreciative glances at my cat is a goner.

    Vegetarianism is right up there with cleanliness when it comes to godliness, Schopenhauer, mom’s apple pie imperialism and the woke American way of life.


  9. Yes Tony they blame Vladimir ll, but their own UN figures show the dramatic increase in food prices started in sync with the covid con.



  10. If you want to know what fanatical and obsessive people look like, go no further than a vegan.

    Just to stick it up to Han, I eat meat and fish and vegetables, I also do my 40 pushups and workouts and I am 79. You can boast when you catch up. And a lady told me today I look fifty, maybe going on sixty.

    The thing is, there are hundreds of factors that go into longevity, as genuine studies show.

    Eating factory farm meat and fish will kill you but pasture-fed meat makes you strong. Drinking raw milk is also a plus. Never eating takeaways or processed food is a biggie too.

    I have a list somewhere but it has dozens of factors.


  11. Salient warnings indeed. Meanwhile, fish farming pumps plastic micro-particles into consumers’ flesh, Californians have had politicians drain their reservoirs to “save rare coastal fish”, the entire central/couth of the US is running low on water; and Bill Gates is now the largest farm owner in America and is closing down production.

    In the NT, even though 95% of Territorians oppose fraccing, the ALP’s Gunner imposed this after dudding us with a phoney enquiry.

    Everywhere we look, we see food production being closed down and the US/NATO cabal have the nerve to blame Putin.

    I know I sound like a cracked record but… time to stop talking and act.

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  12. If by some quirk of nature, Mother Earth starves the elite of meat, the narcissistic ghouls might cannibalise themselves to extinction. 🤞


  13. Hi aapkoning, So refreshing to read such a witty and “Bold” comment. And I’m sure our friend Han Barkmeyer would agree.

    Now that you mention it, being “Bold”, which essentially I think is: marching to the beat of your own drum, is a key element for a fulfilled existence and survival. It paves a much rougher road to travel, but is well worth it in the long haul.

    Yes, becoming with age, seemingly “invisible” to some, even as early as around say 45. It’s initially disturbing, even if one has been sick of and worn out from deflecting unwanted attention for most of one’s life. Oh the irony and amusement provided by the frailties of the human ego.
    But hey! it’s a good thing. You can get away with soooo much more. The realm of mischief is unlimited. And I’m convinced that in an “invisible boldness”, you emit a type of aura that says “Don’t even THINK about messing with ME”.
    Then out of nowhere…(just coz the Universe likes to have a laugh), some Gen Z’er will try and crack on to you.

    Like loss of hope, losing the ability for self-deprecation or to see the humorous side, only leads to the bottomless pit of despair. Then we is really screwed.

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  14. To, Mister Han, Let me be nice I do have respect for every person’s own choice.

    Maybe you don’t look a day over 47, and most likely you are Bold? Yes? Bold people tend to look younger because you cannot see the colour of the person’s hair. So because I’m 78 plus and have grey hair, that must be the reason most people in many retail shops/restaurants look straight over the top of me, and service is not forthcoming. For them grey means old and you should be dead. Wearing a Baseball cap might work? Maybe I should go bold as well?
    I might receive some service. Of course, I do agree with most of your vegetarian points.

    Well, your last paragraph* did it for me!
    Your Quote: “Compassion for animals is intimately connected with goodness of character;
    and it may be confidently asserted that he who is cruel to animals cannot be a good man. – Arthur Schopenhauer.”

    This bastard criminal Fauci (81) could learn a lot. No, I don’t think so, he hasn’t got the right level of comprehension to understand that one*. Strange I was explained he has accumulated 666 degrees!
    For your information, I was brought up mostly having the main part of the meal being vegetables, personally, I always prefer fish above any other meat type. Hope this does not hurt your feelings.
    Mind you many people at the moment deserve at the very least a blunt slow Guillotine, they have to know that they are going to pay for the satanic deeds.


  15. daviddd2, As the gifted Algerian/French philosopher and author Albert Camus stated: “The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion”.

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  16. Hi Han Barkmeyer. Bravo! and more power to you! Yes, a vegetarian diet definitely slows the ageing process… there have been numerous studies conducted on this. And yes, considered by others as being much younger has always been a great bonus! Our entire digestive and eliminatory systems are not designed for meat consumption. But as with everything else; it is people’s right to choose what they do to their own bodies.

    Like you, my reasons were initially ethically based, having witnessed such profound cruelty growing up on a farm. Then as well, I soon began to experience the many health benefits/side effects, which also manifested in physical appearance.

    I especially liked and wholeheartedly agree with the Arthur Schopenhauer philosophy. It has always played a part in my discernment when choosing personal relationships.

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  17. crisscross: “Hunger creates the right of capital to rule the worker more surely than it was given to the aristocracy by the legal authority of kings.”

    That’s about it. One step at a time, the totalitarian tip-toe.


  18. I reckon mass starvation is likely to prove more effective than covid. People won’t be forced to eat and they won’t need a covid passport. Freedom at last!


  19. The price of meat has already sky-rocketed..I cannot afford half as much as I used to.That I regret.
    Mr Jason Strong, is educated ,but not a very wise man.That is obvious. It seems all he has in his head are dollar signs. Malcolm Roberts wisdom and superior knowledge made Mr strong appear rather foolish.He and his corporation abviously consider there will not be many people left alive to consume what little meat is left.
    Crisscross I am sure is very happy with his diet. But it certainly would not sud every one. I include myself I have a large family who have tried every diet there is around in that. Many non-meat eaters often sneak a bit of meat in when there is no-one looking..

    But more to the point.,there are packs of indoctrinated people out there who are set on destroying everything around them.I can see Bill Gated prediction of 10 or 15 million in Australia in 2025,that is if ”we” do our job right ” See his Ted Talk video.. But anyway, he has no intention of being one of the departed.Also Bill loves big juicy hamburgers He’ll be right mate, with his thousands of acres of land.Do you reckon he and his mates will give up steaks, and chops,chicken and ham ?
    What gave people t he idea we can have ZERO carbon dioxide ? All I can say is there must be a lot of educated idiots putting such ideas forward.Unfortunately it has worked.Any parents who don;t give their children a science lesson deserve arrogant stupid children. One thing is for sure, You cannot trust the schools to teach your children what they need to know for survival.

    One of our four and a half year olds came home from prep school and told us , we humans are killing the world. I have a lot of respect for learned people I have non for fools.That includes politicians and teachers.

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  20. Hi D Johnston,

    I totally agree with you. I have been a vegetarian for 45 years of my 74 years and still do my 40 push-ups, 40 squats and 40 sit-ups every day. People cannot believe that I am 74, they tell me that I look so much younger.

    Human beings were not designed to eat meat, just look at our teeth.

    I do not eat meat because of the animal cruelty involved.

    Compassion for animals is intimately connected with goodness of character;
    and it may be confidently asserted that he who is cruel to animals cannot be a good man. – Arthur Schopenhauer


  21. Hi chockylover, Without kicking off a debate on vegetarianism…it is a proven myth/fallacy that a diet containing meat and/or animal protein is essential for survival.

    Although raised on a farm, I have been vegetarian for 32 of my 52 years. I have never once been deficient in iron or any other vitamins or minerals. Plant proteins and grains supply all nutrients and are also far more easily digested, plus without the risk of developing gastric or bowel cancers. I hold a degree in Health Sciences, but that is by no means a prerequisite to ascertaining how to perfect a balanced diet.
    One simply must become more ‘dietary knowledgeable’ and as with everything else, do research.


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  24. They will kill us in any way they can: “Vaccines”, Wars, Starvation…
    Still the people everywhere will not rebel, no mass uprising, all thanks to the successful Marxist indoctrination they have been subjected to for at least 3 generations.

    99% of the people are brainwashed and paralysed by fear and sheer intimidation and will be led to their own slaughter. Solzhenitsyn knew all about it:

    “And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family?

    “Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?…

    “The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin’s thirst, the cursed machine would have ground to a halt! If…if…We didn’t love freedom enough. And even more – we had no awareness of the real situation…. We purely and simply deserved everything that happened afterward.”
    ― Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago 1918–1956

    Transcript and video of a lecture by Yuri Bezmenov, ex-KGB officer and Soviet defector, on Ideological Subversion and Demoralisation:

    The strategies of Marxism involve 4 stages of subversion.
    1 Demoralisation, 2 Destabilisation, 3 Crisis, 4 Normalisation

    Here a good 9 minute video by Patrick Coffin, at the 4 minute mark explaining how Bezmenov’s warning is so relevant to the current Corona Hysteria:

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  25. When are people going to call it for what it REALLLY is??!! The poisoned farms and foods are being destroyed for out protection and the fields are being cleaned up of glyphosates and agent orange etc…roundup so organic food can be grown once again.


  26. Sounds like an Irish joke!
    The UN is a private corporation which means that it has no authority over natural living men and women, we are not our birth certificates.
    I don’t recall voting to have the UN, do you?


  27. Purposely weakening National Security (which Food Security is) should result in arrests for Treason!

    “Totally unfair” – Wheat farmers blast Trudeau government over carbon tax


  28. Heard about lots of cattle being culled. Just terrible is what it is. I’m a meat lover and already I see the prices going up. Someone mentioned about the importance of iron in the diet well some cereal makers are putting shavings from iron metal in them. In a video i saw a guy using a small magnet to move the cereal flakes around in the bowl. Also saw an article forgot where the Chinese in their plastic suits are pcr testing food fencing it off from the starving citizens who are committing suicide. It is so heart breaking to see the people there starving. Please pray that God would intervene some how.


  29. Your Quote betty mac, “They are blatantly killing us off by starvation as well as poisonous jabs and do not care if we are aware of it.”
    Yes you are right, they know most people do not recognize the truth. They only accept Lies…
    Don’t worry it will get worse because people still cannot accept what is happening, they are still like Zombies.

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  30. Yes you are right, this has to do with planned Culling of the population/useless eaters. After the poison Jab lost its Angst strength. More biblical disasters will come.


  31. Maybe China will sell us some begging bowls –

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  32. This is truly frightening.They are blatantly killing us off by starvation as well as poisonous jabs and do not care if we are aware of it.They believe they are all powerful.Thank heavens , criminal Bill Gates was stopped from blocking the sun…that would have caused more starvation.
    I am disgusted that Harvard University were working with him on this..it just shows money can buy any one…that is how it is done.


  33. Don’t think food shortages – particularly meat, will apply to Australians? It just won’t come here? Well, in early 2020, the Dept of Agriculture came out with their guns to take, by force, herds from farmers in the West. The owners were not told where the cattle was being taken or what they were doing to them. The witnesses all were threatened with imprisonment, with guns pointing directly at them, if they even tried to use their phones to record the event. This was enough to tip some farmers over the edge, going down to the back of their properties and levelling their gun at their head. You didn’t hear about this? Yes, good old Dept Agriculture and their dirty deeds and the resulting suicides, did not make the news. Don’t think our waterways in the country won’t be fenced to stop the wildlife from accessing hydration? Think again. It’s already happened – at the end of 2019, our gov’t ensured tall fences were put up around the waterways to ensure animals could not access any water and that we could not fish. This, while they put us into a SEVERE drought for years and the animals were wandering into the middle of the road during the middle of the day, during 65+ heat, delirious from thirst. It’s our turn next.

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  34. The thing about red meat is what it provides.
    A good source of B12 and iron.

    “Iron is needed to transport oxygen through the blood and throughout the body.
    Iron is also involved in producing energy at the cellular level to help make DNA, hemoglobin, myoglobin and neural globin.
    It is absorbed better and faster from animal sources”

    So yeah, pretty important.

    Reference: http://www.dr berg. com/blog/are-you-iron-deficient

    I wonder what an anaemic, iron, and B12 deficient population would look like.

    This has nothing to do with ‘climate change’.

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  35. Yes the UN mandated 17 Sustainable Development Goals are upon us. This is the global Marxist Agenda. The permanent, world-wide Communist Revolution is collectivizing food.
    As you tuck into your bug burger, tofu and sprouts look on the bright side. For those who are losing jobs, livelihoods and means, new career opportunities are emerging.

    Irish Savant has just posted the career description of ‘Hate Hoax Facilitator’. He sees lucrative possibilities. Enjoy.

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  36. ‘A condition in our modelling is that…’ . Ahhhh. Modelling. Garbage in = Garbage out. Never trust the corrupt biased ‘this is the result we want’ modelling for decision making.



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