Why are we being propagandized to buy, and governments persuaded to subsidize, things without a natural market, like fake meat and electric cars? From The Zman at thezman.com:
Often, the natural confluence of events results in something so elegant or complex that people see the hand of design behind the result. Even though the odds of there being a secret conspiracy or master chess player behind the result are very low, that just seems better than the odds of chance getting the result. Most conspiracy theories rely on this sort of logic. The official explanations seem so unlikely that they must be part of some conspiracy to shield the truth from the public.
A good example of this is the last election. No sitting president has seen a double digit increase in his vote, but still lose. In fact, no one has been able to find an example like this in other elected offices. That’s how rare it is. This once in forever thing could be accepted in isolation, but it is just one of such things. There are so many unexplained anomalies that people are naturally skeptical. The invisible hand of design, even without hard proof, seems like the more likely explanation.
We may be seeing something similar happen with food. All of a sudden, we are being bombarded with agit-prop in favor of eating bugs and plant-based proteins, rather than eating beef and chicken. Beef seems to be the primary target, but that could simply be the result of the Left’s long war against cows. The Left believes cows are part of a secret conspiracy against Gaia to poison the atmosphere. The “cow fart” conspiracy is as real to them as the ongoing Russian conspiracy.
Isn’t Bill Gates a major contributor to Monsanto? And doesn’t he own more farmland than anyone else in the US? So, isn’t that the perfect union for growing plants for food production? Just a thought
As to Gaia, greek mythology’s ‘queen of the earth’.Wife and mother of Uranus, Cyclops, Titans, and Giants, to name just a few..
However, more interestingly ‘Gaia is a sci-fi building survival game (see metacritic,com), featuring base defense, resource management, human needs, exploration.
Further descriptions, include raids, agriculture, intelligent AI, natural disasters
Seems closer to the mark for a 2021 cult, don’t you agree?