Green Energy Globalists Launch New Slaughterhouse Which Will Force Us To Eat Crickets

The United States along with a handful of western nations have committed to “go green” no matter the cost, even if it means intentionally killing everyone.

Leaders within the green movement have already admitted that the increased economic pressure Americans will face as they destroy the oil and gas industries is exactly what is needed for someone to figure out how to make their radical transition work.

Conveniently enough, an ordinary seeming new company known as The Western Legacy Development Corporation has already appeared with a bizarre “solution.”

The corporation plans to process cattle and bison completely with the use of robotics and artificial intelligence using advanced new technology.

To do so, they are building a massive one million square foot factory in Rapid City, South Dakota which will process as many as 8,000 cattle per day – but these cattle are not intended for human consumption.

The company intends to collect animal fat to use as feed and fuel which they will then use to power the facility itself.

Residents of the small town where the facility is being built have begun questioning where exactly all these cattle will come from.

As it turns out, the company plans to use railroads to deliver the cattle from around the country directly into the slaughterhouse.

So what’s really going on here? Globalists continue to push the propaganda that this sort of thing is “good for the environment” but the reality is that this factory is nothing more than the mass murder of cattle to intentionally diminish our food supply.

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