The state’s reach will continue to expand in view of the 2030 Agenda. Our diet does not stop here. For people’s health, it would be really important to increase the quality of food, as journalist Ulrike von Aufschneiter points out in the recent program “Berlin Mitteuf1”. However, it is doubtful that this is a priority for politicians: rather, consumers’ freedom to choose their diet is likely to be endangered, as AfD politician Jörg Doornau warned. The work of the radical C40 network can show what still exists for citizens.
Below you can read Auf1’s press release:
Vegan diet and the “Great Reset”: what the mysterious “C40” network around American billionaire Bloomberg is planning behind the scenes
It is no longer just a question of whether meat will remain on the plate in the future. The topic has a very deep meaning. At least not for the future of all of us. Auf1 editor Martin Müller Mertens shows this in a new episode of his show “Berlin MitteAuf1”. He spoke to journalist Ulrike von Aufschneiter, author of the book “Germany’s Sick Children”, and Saxon AfD agricultural expert Jörg Dornau. “Militant” vegetarian Raffaella Raab also has her say. Müller Mertens also revealed that “C40”, a little-known network led by American billionaire Michael Bloomberg, is already working in the background on the food dictatorship.
The German federal government wants to present its nutrition strategy this year. “The first signs raise fears of a kind of organic vegan campaign based on the UN Agenda 2030”Muller-Mertens says. “Is green re-education ideology now reaching our plate? And will the fast food republic succeed in saying goodbye to industrial food and factory farming?
Poor quality food makes us sick
Author Ulrike von Aufschneiter says, “Food that has been produced economically is always of low quality.” She sees the health issue not in terms of vegetarian or mixed foods, but in the quality of food.
Consumer freedom is at risk
When it comes to this issue, Jörg Dornau, AfD state parliament member in Saxony, believes that “green agricultural policy has nothing to do with animal husbandry” and is making life difficult for farmers with excessive requirements. . He considers animal protein “an important nutritional component”. He particularly wants “consumer freedom to be preserved”.
Animals going through “cataclysm”
“Giving animals a voice” is the mission of “militant vegan” Rafaela Raab. Because: “They are sentient beings and they are going through real devastation.” She thinks that the average vegetarian lives a healthy life. For them, from their own experience, vegan living is much more than just a purely plant-based diet. It is also about wearing leather shoes, using makeup, and generally “recognizing moral urgency”.