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Subject Stem Cell Steaks and 1984.
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Original Message Try this for some conspiracy math...

Ogilvy Public Relations has announced that a media event will take place on August 5th in London to publicize the results of efforts by Mark Post, a researcher at the University of Maastricht in the Netherlands—he has been trying to grow palatable beef in a lab.

[link to medicalxpress.com]

Aside from the obvious controversy of artificial meat, what really caught my eye in this article was the name of the PR company... Ogilvy.

Readers of 1984 should know that name.

Ogilvy's clients include the US Dept of Homeland Security and FEMA.

For Homeland Security they provide (you'll love this) "simulated disaster scenarios" as part of the TOPOFF op.
[link to www.ogilvypr.com]

For FEMA they created a marketing campaign "motivating Americans to purchase flood insurance..."
[link to www.ogilvypr.com]

They've also done work with the US CDC on HIV and AIDS.

...and now they are shilling lab grown meat.

Nothing particularly shocking there I know, but I just thought it was interesting, these companies that exist almost unnoticed, who do all the pushing behind so many different agendas for some very high level operators.

Yet despite the diversity of clients and projects, all of them have that same kinda nwo vibe don't you think?

Without doubt Ogilvy PR are a prime example of mass manipulation of public sentiment and perception.

Just like the intended purpose of their namesake in 1984...

I just thought that was interesting but yeah, anyway... who wants some Synth-Steaks(tm)?
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