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Pink Slime And The USDA
by Shriver Friday, Apr. 13, 2012 at 3:42 PM

The United States Department of Agriculture and at least 3 governors of states with cattle concentration camps in them are defending the use of pink slime, which is a mixture of blood, bone, flesh and ammonia gas added to animals' muscle flesh.

Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 04/13/2012 -

We've been told of a mixture of
of ammonia gas and blood,
flesh and bone.
It's added to cow flesh.
It's called pink slime.
Why can't the USDA and
cattle concentration camp governors
rather promote apples, pears, peaches,
nuts, grapes, avocados and limes?

The amazing economic power of outraged people united has manifested.
Many national grocery chains and at least 1 international fast food
chain have said they will end the use of pink slime.

Often boycott is a more powerful than trying to prod a butcher-invested
government to act for the public's health.

Blood, sweat, and tears are in every piece of animal bird or fish flesh. The sweat is uric acid, more addictive as trioxypurine than caffein which is dioxypurine. The tears are the agony of the crucified animals. Their tears contain the adrenalin hormones of absolute quivering, shaking terror.

Ammonia NH3 too is a byproduct of all flesheating. That is why carnivores such as lions and tigers have 5 times the kidney size per pound that human beings have.

There is greater incidence of Mad Cow with pink (from the blood) slime, because there is greater likelihood of spinal stem involvement. The USDA, FDA, NIH have been hiding incidence of Mad Cow, Mad Pig, Mad Lamb, Mad Chicken, Mad Fish, and other incidents of spongiform encephalopathy diseases for many years, disguised under names such as meningitis, brain tumor, leukemia, cancer, ecoli. Websites tabulating incidents of BSE have been hacked off the internet.

May all work as hard to end war and shut down slaughterhouses as to remove pink slime.

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