The Insane Half Of America

“We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false.”

  • William Casey, CIA Director 1981-1987

Half of America has been driven mad by disinformation. Californians believe children’s lunches cause drought in California. (Santa Barbara is expecting six inches of rain the next two days.)

People haven’t been this stupid since the dark ages when they burned witches for cooking the weather. But is gets worse. Not only are they hurting California school children with their insanity, but they are starving people in Bolivia.

Can vegans stomach the unpalatable truth about quinoa? | Joanna Blythman | Opinion | The Guardian

Progressives have been driven completely mad. We need to rehabilitate them.

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11 Responses to The Insane Half Of America

  1. gator69 says:

    21,000 people needlessly starve to death every day, thanks to the misallocation of resources brought about by mass climate hysteria.

    Half the country once thought slavery was OK, until abolitionists began boldly speaking out. And yes, it was republicans who ended African-American slavery in the US, and maybe they can free all of us from carbon slavery this time.

  2. Steve Case says:

    This is a landmark moment for school food,” Jennifer LeBarre,
    head of nutrition services for Oakland Unified School District

    And here she is:

  3. Harrison Bergeron says:

    Class action lawsuit because of STATEWIDE CHILD ABUSE when? Because holy fuck, this isn’t even remotely acceptable. They’re not even trying to HIDE their intentions–a global slave caste of malnourished, degenerate animals–anymore.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Yes it is VERY VERY MUCH child abuse. If an adult wants to go Vegan, that is his choice but growing children are better off with a varied diet especially in households of people who pay no real attention to diet. Often the school meal is the ONLY decent meal these kids get.

      Think, the kids get Frosted Coated Sugar Bombs for breakfast and fast food/starch based meal for dinner in many cases. Soda for drinks. They are lucky to see real vegetables or fresh fruit at all.

      For example, I took a lady on disability shopping a couple days ago and she shopped at a dollar store, mostly buying what I think of as ’empty calories’ Instant mashed potatoes, pasta, ramen noodles, hamburger helper, bread, cookies, soda and junk food. She bought very little decent veggies (those were canned), no fruit, no meat and only a cheese ‘food’ and eggs. This is the third time I have gone shopping with her this month and this is characteristic of her shopping habits, spreading her dollars to cover as much food as possible without an eye to good diet. (As a result I filled her freezer with lamb and goat and pestered my neighbor with a vast garden to give her some veggies.)

      Role of red meat in the diet for children and adolescents


      Meat plays a central role in the diet, providing a significant contribution to the intakes of 10 key nutrients: energy, protein, vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, niacin, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, iron and zinc. In young children, an over-dependence on milk may put young children at increased risk of poor iron status, owing to its displacement of iron-rich or iron-enhancing foods from the diet. This risk becomes nonsignificant when moderate to high amounts of iron-rich or iron-enhancing foods (e.g. meat and fruit, respectively) are also consumed. A study performed on infants in the UK has shown that the addition of meat powder to a weaning food has a marked enhancing effect on the absorption of iron, (38) which reinforces the fact that lean red meat is not only an appropriate weaning food but should be considered an essential food during the critical stages of brain development Dietary diversification involves promotion of a diet with a wider variety of naturally iron-containing foods, especially red meat, poultry and fish. These foods have a high content of highly bioavailable haem iron, and thus are most appropriate for infants and children on weaning. Despite their widespread availability, foods from this group are not always used or may be diluted before use (e.g. meat is rich in iron but meat broth is not). Given the information above, however, it is reasonable to argue that meat is a core food in the diet for children and adolescents because it provides significant amounts of essential micronutrients.

      Do Vegetarians Have Smaller Brains?

      Scientists at the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, University of Oxford, have discovered that going veggie could be bad for your brain – with those on a meat-free diet six times more likely to suffer brain shrinkage.

      The study involved tests and brain scans on community-dwelling volunteers aged 61 to 87 years without cognitive impairment at enrolment, over a period of five years. When the volunteers were retested five years later the medics found those with the lowest levels of vitamin B12 were also the most likely to have brain shrinkage. It confirms earlier research showing a link between brain atrophy and low levels of B12.

      Vegans are the most likely to be deficient because the best sources of the vitamin are meat, particularly liver, milk and fish.

      This study confirms other findings which shows that overall human brain sizes have reduced by an average 11 percent since we adopted an agricultural diet based on cereal grains rather than the meat-based diet of our Palaeolithic ancestors.

      • cdquarles says:

        Humans are omnivores. Trying to turn them into sheep won’t work, we’re more like wolves or bears. Our gut isn’t designed for it. It is designed for a mix of stuff. We must eat some meat. We must eat a variety of fruits and vegetables. If we don’t we get vitamin and mineral deficient. The only bad diet is the one that makes *you* sick. It is easy to make yourself sick by being a food fad follower. 100 years ago, people wanted to look more like that lady pictured above. Why? Because she is obviously not suffering from parasites and is prosperous enough to have built in reserves for when things go badly wrong.

  4. Eric Simpson says:

    Santa Barbara: “life threatening rain” begins.

    Brought to you by California’s permanent drought(TM).

  5. griff says:

    I notice that’s a ‘progressive’ newspaper reporting the issues on Quinoa.

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