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ENGINEERED COLLAPSE: U.S. Egg Factory Kills Over 5 Million Chickens And Fires Nearly Everyone


I may be wrong, but there is just no way this is all a coincidence…

There is an engineered collapse of America, and it is manifesting in every single crisis we are seeing unfold in the country. Soaring inflation, international tensions, and the push for a 3rd world war are just some of the features of the collapse.

And now we have incoming food shortages. We have been bringing you reports of over 20 food distribution centers or processing plants which have been destroyed or seen significant damage in a very short amount of time.

The latest food plant experiencing these issues is Rembrandt Enterprises, owned by the tech billionaire Glen Taylor, the plant recently killed over 5 million chickens and fired most of the staff in response to an alleged avian flu outbreak.

Taylor also owns the Minnesota Timberwolves, and animal rights protestors recently staged acts of protest against him at a Timberwolves game several days ago.

Here’s what we currently know:

The Guardian had more on the story:

Overnight, the factory had begun slaughtering more than 5 million chickens using a gruesome killing method after detecting a single case of avian influenza.

Even supervisors were assigned to the arduous task of dragging dead hens out of packed cages as Rembrandt Enterprises raced to contain the spread of the virus amid the largest bird flu outbreak in the US in seven years.

The culling has been repeated at chicken and turkey farms across Iowa and 28 other states from Maine to Utah.

More than 22 million birds have been killed in an attempt to contain the outbreak – the majority in Iowa, the US’s biggest producer of eggs. The slaughter of 5.3 million hens at Rembrandt is the largest culling at any factory farm in the country.


In response to this, animal rights activists staged a small protest at a recent Timberwolves game, according to The New York Post:

According to the animal rights group, “She attempted to whistle to stop play as she approached Taylor at his courtside seat, to issue a ‘technical foul and ejection,’ along with a ‘fine’ against Forbes’ richest billionaire in Minnesota.”

This is the third protest at a Timberwolves game orchestrated by the organization.

More here:

Goya Foods CEO Warns Everyone: “We’re On The Precipice Of A Global Food Crisis” 🚨

And here:

Goya Foods CEO Warns Everyone: “We’re On The Precipice Of A Global Food Crisis” 🚨


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