The Washington Post introduces fake meat company that “promises to help save the planet.”

First, they wanted us to eat bugs. It didn’t get it, so now they want to make our meat in a lab. The Washington Postof the latest climate nonsense on lab grown meat to save the climate.

Mail Good Meat supported the company that presented its laboratory-grown meat to the world’s elite at the UN COP 27 Climate Change Conference in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.

“[T]the company that serves him promises to help save the planet soon.” Post the story was published on Friday. The latest climate change campaign in the paper comes just one week after the COP27 conference, which is dedicated to discussing climate change and food production.

Mail described the so-called “meat” that looked more like ad copy than a news article. “It was grown in a laboratory, not on a farm. It tastes exactly like chicken, but no chicken life has been taken to present it as crispy skins, seasoned skewers and grilled boneless thighs. Mail fawned “Soon there will be beef, pork and fish, too, in this quest to mass-produce edible meat without cruelty or climate chaos.”

Mail Good Meat CEO Josh Tetrick continued his free promo while summing up his “pitch”:

“If synthetic meat can be produced affordably and on a mass scale, the implications for feeding the world and preventing climate change will be enormous.” Mail he wrote. “Raising and feeding farm animals consumes two-thirds of the world’s agricultural land and controls 15 percent of the world’s greenhouse gases.”

Note that the article does not explain how not farming animals for meat would permanently reduce methane. Common sense dictates that animals must die in some way to truly reduce the dreaded emissions. It also doesn’t mention the nutritional value of lab-grown meat compared to real meat.

This is not the first time elites have tried to convince the plebs to eat alternative proteins. The New York Times Opinion In February, a video titled “Edible insects’ case” was posted in the section. The Times raised false alarms about meat: “Scientists have warned that unless we make fundamental adjustments to the types of food we eat and how we produce it, we have no chance of meeting our climate targets.”

The Times also claimed that “reduced demand for meat will help reduce pressure on the environment and reduce global warming”.

An uber-liberal mega-billionaire Bill Gates caused a lot of public outrage this year for promoting fake meats. It is reported that Gates “invested [a] According to Australia-based Beef Central, “a number of ‘synthetic meat’ startups, including Impossible Foods, Beyond Meat, Memphis Meats and Hampton Creek Foods.

He also helped finance an education The Lancet that accidentally benefited from Gates’s investments. The The study claimed that estimates of deaths linked to unprocessed red meat intake increased 36-fold in 2019.

Conservatives are under attack. Contact the executive editor of the Washington Post sally.buzbee@washpost.com and demand that liberal rags report honestly on climate issues.