11/18/19: MEAT – IT’S WHAT’S FOR SINNERS W/ RONNIE MCMULLEN
IT’S WHAT’S FOR SINNERS
MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
Over the weekend I noticed that there were a number of e-mails filling my inbox saying that there was yet another direct hit from our Ouija board show called “Scratches on the Black Board.” The spirit Alice warned us of a few things that would happen in November and one of the things was that something would happen to the President’s health.
Well, apparently there was a story that was published that stated that President Trump made an unexpected visit to Walter Reed Hospital. Now he tweeted that it was for some sort of check-up but on a weekend? It was also long before he was scheduled for his exam.
The first rumor to be reported that the President had uncomfortable chest pains.
A contributor for the Hill who writes on veterans issues and used to work for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs claimed that President Donald Trump visited Walter Reed National Medical Center due to chest discomfort. That’s a different story from the White House statement on Trump’s November 16, 2019 visit, which said Trump was undergoing “portions” of a routine annual exam.
However, others, such as CNN, have questioned the president’s hospital visit, saying that it deviated from established norms in multiple ways.
When I arrived at the office, someone brought up the Ouija board show again and also a comment that was made by a caller on our show Jack from San Diego.
Someone who worked for another radio station in the building had commented that the Ouija board show was creepy and that it had said the president would have health issues in November. He also said that one of your listeners was even concerned that someone might assassinate President Trump by poisoning him and that is what he heard had happened to the President.
I said no way – and then I thought chest discomfort could mean upper G.I problems but still, it was just a rumor.
Then someone alerted me to what Alex Jones was saying on his website and since he is closer to the President than I am, he published a report that indeed someone had tried to poison the President.
Fox59 confirmed that Trump needed tests which were not available at the White House clinic facility, saying, “Several experts familiar with White House medical procedures said that Trump can get routine lab work done at the White House’s on-site clinic, indicating Trump needed tests that can’t be done there.”
Earlier this morning CNN had a few moments of concern that something had happened to the President but apparently, by late morning there was no report and hardly any concern.
Trump has been known to cover his water glass with paper coasters. In the book, Fire and Fury, by Michael Wolff, he claims that the President had a longtime fear of being poisoned and ironically, that is why he eats at McDonald’s.
Well, I do share something with the President – I am somewhat of a food paranoid.
I don’t think about being poisoned – I just don’t always welcome the idea of eating food at the pot luck or food that when you open to door to the fridge looks like it’s of drinking age.
I am not so trusting when it comes to food preparation, especially at parties. Around Thanksgiving and Christmas time you will always hear me ask questions about how long things like dips have been sitting out, butter cheese also some vegetables.
I will never eat cold pizza that sits overnight on the counter. I also fear leftovers because I simply do not know how long they can be in the fridge without going bad. The reason I am this way is that I was at an amusement park and ate a hamburger that was not well-cooked.
It had all kinds of bacteria in it and I came down with a bad case of food poisoning. The cramps were so painful I couldn’t even walk.
I had a friend who had no problem eating things that had been sitting out in the open air for hours; he would take anything left out like old spaghetti sauce, or pizza, even scrambled eggs left in a pan. He would eat it cold or he would reheat it. While I knew that much of the bacteria in foods would be cooked out I still would wine when he would eat such items.
My food paranoia was so bad I went to a doctor to ask if the fear of such things was normal. The doctor told me that maybe I should apply for a job at a restaurant and that way I could see how food is prepared properly and that I would learn about how long food can keep.
It was the worst advice he ever gave me.
I saw a lot of horrific things at a restaurant. There was a place I worked at that had an all you can eat shrimp bowl. It was huge and was brought to the table. What wasn’t finished by the patrons was thrown back into the cooler where we kept the shrimp.
I also noticed that some of the cooks and the staff would sometimes eat untouched food from patron’s plates before they were left for washing. I thought that practice was not sanitary. There were many other things I witnessed that involved spitting and other such grossness that to this day I still do not know how I eat at restaurants.
I have heard President Trump talk about the same fears.
The biggest food holiday of the year is coming up, Thanksgiving, where most people end up with food poisoning because of tainted leftovers.
Many people do not know that food poisoning, in general, was such a concern in the past that many religions would say that certain foods were cursed by the devil.
This is why many religions actually speak of certain foods as being forbidden as they are said to be unclean or cursed.
This was known as demonic tattering of the food – some foods were more tattered than others.
Spirits of fatigue, fatigue unto death, tired, overtired, overtired unto death, weakness, and weakness unto death are very common demons. Physicians most often cannot identify the real source of the problem; consequently, they experiment with different medications in an effort to relieve the patient of the embarrassing distress of constant drowsiness, tiredness, fatigue, and sleepiness. Medications often further complicate things by producing adverse reactions that cause additional discomfort.
Even in The Book of John, Chapter 13, we find that the account of the Last Supper reveals that Jesus took a piece of bread and dipped it into animal juices. This bread was called a “sop.” He gave it Judas. The sop was possessed by Satan.
Jesus answered, “He it is, to whom I shall give a sop, when I have dipped it. And when he had dipped the sop, he gave it to Judas Iscariot, the son of Simon. And after the sop Satan entered into him. Then said Jesus unto him, “That thou doest, do quickly.”
It is then that the possessed morsel of food caused Judas to go into a frenzy and he later betrayed Jesus.
Anciently, the waters of the sacrament and the baptism had to be exorcised before the ritual. Also, besides the rendering of thanks, the blessing said over food before meals has been understood since ancient times as a sort of exorcism. In patristic thought, the entire world is under the power of the evil and that the evil surroundings of where the food is prepared could possess the food.
Many Christian families still pray over their food.
Porphyry, called “the most learned of all the pagan philosophers,” says that demons like to attach themselves to the dwellings of men, particularly our food. He writes:
Every house also is full of them, and on this account, when they are going to call down the gods; they purify the house first, and cast these demons out. Our bodies also are full of them, for they especially delight in certain kinds of food. So when we are eating they approach and sit close to our body; and this is the reason of the purifications, not chiefly on account of the gods, but in order that these evil demons may depart.
Most people know of, or have heard of, “kosher food.” This is supposed to be food which, in the case of livestock, is slaughtered in such a way as to be “holy.” However, there are processes that also have to be carried out for drinks as well.
To this day, Jewish rabbis are called in to bless the food we consume.
Many of them are called into factories and places where foods are processed in order to bless the machinery and the ingredients that are used in the preparation of the food. The food is then packaged and is given a “kosher” seal.
In order for a grocery product to be certified as “kosher”, it must carry a little “U” inside a circle, called a “Kosher Logo,” somewhere on its packaging.
This symbol is issued by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America (the “Orthodox Union”) which is the sole and exclusive owner of the OU “Kosher Logo.”
In order to use this symbol, a product manufacturer must apply to the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America for certification to “ensure” that their manufacturing process is “Kosher” and meets all the Jewish dietary standards.
Other Kosher symbols used on packaging are a letter K in a circle, triangle, in a star, or diamond. Everyone in the United States has food packaged, blessed, sealed and approved by an orthodox rabbi. If the rabbinical union certifies it is kosher it meets the criteria of the Jewish health law.
Science tells us that the great Louis Pasteur annihilated the belief that there were demons in our food. He said that there were no devils or demons in food only germs. However a contemporary of Pasteur named Antoine Beauchamp strongly maintained that germs would absorb any and all influences that existed in the foods surroundings. This included toxic backgrounds, negative energies, and chaotic atmospheres. He believed that food responded negatively to loud noise and negative human emotion.
He also maintained that microorganisms could be channeled or conjured into food from dark areas. Anyone who ingested the food tainted with the possessed microorganism would become very sick and their bowels would be turned to water.
It was maintained by both Pasteur and Beauchamp that dairy products mainly milk, even after the pasteurizing process was unfit for the human spirit. Milk would be known to putrefy in the large intestine and gave rise to unpleasant microorganisms that appear to cause a form of a trance or possessive state.
Many people today have actually sworn off milk products and there have been many alternatives on the market that people have chosen shunning dairy.
It was reported over the weekend that Dean Foods, America’s largest milk producer, is filing for bankruptcy.
The 94-year-old company has struggled in recent years because Americans are drinking less cow’s milk. 2019 has been particularly brutal: the company’s sales tumbled 7% in the first half of the year, and profit fell 14%. Dean Foods (DF) stock has lost 80% this year.
The company, which produces some of the country’s most recognizable milk and dairy products, including TruMoo, Dairy Pure, and Land O’ Lakes milk, has blamed its struggles on the “accelerated decline in the conventional white milk category.” Dean Foods also processes and distributes some milk for Organic Valley through a joint venture.
There has been a push by Climate Change adherents to limit or even ban the eating of dairy and beef products – there is now a trend of what is called steak and dairy shaming of people saying that it harms the environment.
A group of disgruntled vegan fast food diners has rallied together to file a lawsuit against Burger King after the company was found to be cooking their meatless Impossible Burgers on the same grill as their beef patties.
The class-action lawsuit was filed by Phillip Williams TMZ reported, claiming the chain advertises their Impossible Burgers as a vegan alternative to its meat products – however they’re all cooked on the same grill.
Williams says as a result of Burger King’s cooking methods, his supposedly meat-free meal was contaminated by meat by-products.
The burger in question was said to have been purchased at a franchise in Atlanta, Georgia.
According to the lawsuit, ‘Burger King has no disclosures on its menu that would notify a consumer prior to the purchase of the Impossible Whopper that it was cooked in a manner that would result in meat by-products on the burger.’
Williams also cites several other similar complaints from vegans online who claimed to have had their Impossible Burgers cooked alongside regular beef patties.
As a result, Williams is seeking an unspecified amount of compensation in damages and is also urging Burger King to stop cooking the Impossible Burgers on standard grills altogether.
There have been stories lately where people have actually been confronted when ordering a steak at a restaurant—where other vegan patrons get in the faces of others who wish to eat in peace.
We’ve all been steak-shamed before. Ever since Sen. George McGovern’s 1977 Dietary Goals report declared red meat a health villain, Americans have been chided out of eating red meat. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, red meat consumption has fallen more than 24% since 1976. During that time, study after study has attempted to tie red meat to a laundry list of health problems.
Climate activists have been particularly relentless and even the Pope is getting into the act.
The Pope has declared that he may add another sin to the seven deadly sins and that is the ecology sin where doing anything that is not in harmony with the environment will not be tolerated in the Catholic Church.
This could also include eating meat.
In 2016, the pope added environmentalism, or “care for our common home,” to the Catholic Church’s traditional seven works of mercy. He also added it to the Beatitudes, the core set of Christian ideals such as meekness and mercy enunciated by Jesus in the Bible, saying: “Blessed are those who protect and care for our common home.”
On Friday, he said he was considering going further. “We must introduce — we are thinking—into the Catechism of the Catholic Church the sin against ecology, the ecological sin against the common home because it’s a duty,” the pope told an audience of legal experts at the Vatican.
He noted that bishops from the Amazon region meeting at the Vatican in October had defined ecological sin as an “action or omission against God, against others, the community, and the environment. It is a sin against future generations and is manifested in the acts and habits of pollution and destruction of the harmony of the environment.”
So Thou Shalt Not Be A Climate Change denier – and since cows are contributing to greenhouse gasses that roast and you have cooking whole in church, it will have to be replaced by kale and Brussels sprouts.
Pope Francis has stressed the importance of environmental protection since his election in 2013. He dedicated an entire encyclical, “Laudato Si,’” published in 2015, to the topic.
It looks like meat is what’s for sinners.
The thing that is most disconcerting is at least one in five people could not afford science’s ‘ideal diet’ designed to feed 10 billion people without hurting the planet, according to a study.
It recommended people double their intake of nuts, fruit, vegetables, and legumes, and eat half as much meat and sugar to prevent millions of early deaths, cut greenhouse gas emissions and preserve land, water, and biodiversity.
Agriculture, forestry and other land use accounted for 23% of total net man-made greenhouse gas emissions from 2007 to 2016, soaring to 37% when pre- and post-production activity were factored in, according to the United Nations.
The ‘ideal diet’ projected to be in place and mandatory by 2050 would keep people and planet healthy according to the United Nations plan.
But it would cost an average $2.84 per head per day, said researchers from the International Food Policy Research Institute and Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University.
This amounts to nearly 90% of a household’s daily per capita income in poorer countries, pushing the regime beyond reach for nearly 1.6 billion people, mostly in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.
“The actual number must be higher, since people need to spend at least some money on other things such as housing and clothing, as well as education, healthcare, and transportation,” senior author Will Masters told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
“For the poorest people, solutions to malnutrition will require economic change,” said Masters, citing higher incomes and lower food costs.
Beans, lentils, cowpeas, some vegetables and cereals are easier to find and cheaper in most countries. Eggs, fish, meat, and fruits, will be harder to obtain and so some countries may need to find alternatives—like insects in order to get an inexpensive diet.
They also say that GMO foods will certainly help in the burden of feeding the world population.
Again, the GMP trend is seen by some people as food tattering.
Some health officials are claiming that GMOs once again may be playing a part in the obesity trend. A study published in the International Journal of Biological Sciences has shown that GM foods are contributing to the obesity epidemic and increasing cases of organ damage. GM corn fed to mice increased their body weight by about 3.7%. This is the first scientific report on the comparative analysis of blood and organ system data. The increase in body fat was accompanied by an increase in the weight of the liver which went up by 11%.
We also know that genetically-modified foodstuffs are now being used for breakfast cereals and they are being introduced into the food supply. Is it any wonder that our bodies may respond negatively to the toxicity, bloating, reflux, cancers they are all in the picture now and there is no explanation, except that humans are not supposed to live as long as they do? The quality of life the foods we consume are beginning to diminish. Many times now we have heard of people dying in their mid 40’s, or children who have juvenile diabetes, or develop pertussis, or autism, or worse.
It is the food we eat and the drugs we consume to give us an excuse to become fatter, sexually inert and unhealthy. People take pills. Their bodies absorb some of the medication, but the rest of it passes through and is flushed down the toilet. The wastewater is treated before it is discharged into reservoirs, rivers or lakes. Then, some of the water is cleansed again at drinking water treatment plants and piped to consumers. But most treatments do not remove all drug residues. No matter what we do, whatever we consume, whatever pills we take we all seem to be failing.
The question is whether or not demonic tattering is truly superstition or have we released the bound spirit through genetically modified foods and plants?
There is one disorder of possession that this GMO tend has released and that is a strange eating disorder called “orthorexia nervosa.”
Orthorexia nervosa is not currently recognized as a clinical diagnosis in the DSM-5, but many people struggle with symptoms associated with this term.
Those who have an “unhealthy obsession” with otherwise healthy eating may be suffering from “orthorexia nervosa,” a term which literally means “fixation on righteous eating.”
Orthorexia starts out as an innocent attempt to eat more healthfully, but orthorexics become fixated on food quality and purity. They become consumed with what and how much to eat, and how to deal with “slip-ups.”
An iron-clad will is needed to maintain this rigid eating style. Every day is a chance to eat right, be “good,” rise above others in dietary prowess, and self-punish if temptation wins, usually through stricter eating, fasts, and exercise. Self-esteem becomes wrapped up in the purity of orthorexics’ diet and they sometimes feel superior to others, especially in regard to food intake.
Orthorexics’ become so obsessed with food that they will read the labels of everything they eat. If there is something in the list that does not sound healthy the food is rejected.
Eventually, food choices become so restrictive, in both variety and calories, that health suffers – an ironic twist for a person so completely dedicated to healthy eating. Eventually, the obsession with healthy eating can crowd out other activities and interests, impair relationships, and become physically dangerous.
Orthorexia appears to be motivated by health, but there are underlying motivations, which can include safety from poor health, the compulsion for complete control, escape from fears, wanting to be thin, seeking to improve self-esteem, searching for spirituality through food, and using food to create an identity.
Now there is the obsession with a climate healthy diet, which if you go against it, it will be frowned upon.
Everything we eat will become a vice and soon people will be obsessed as to whether the food we eat is killing us.
This is the modern version Demonic Tattering where food demand will be replaced by food command and others fight over more than just a Popeye’s Chicken Sandwich.