At a September 6 city council meeting in Phoenix, Gallego was blasted by about a dozen grassroots citizens who made it very clear that they do not support her anti-meat policies. After the meeting, Gallego went home and staged a cringeworthy breakfast routine in which she was seen pouring milk into an empty bowl surrounded by a Cheerios box and a knife – because everyone knows you eat cereal with a knife!
It turns out that Gallego quietly, on March 4, 2020, passed what is known as the 2025 Phoenix Food Action Plan. Strategy 2 under Goal 1 of the document contains a "Progress on Action" section, the fifth point of which creates a new Office of Environmental Programs (OEP) at the City of Phoenix to "establish an AgriFood Tech Incubator in 2023 to accelerate ventures in sustainable food systems."
In partnership with Arizona State University (ASU), the OEP is, in fact, planning to eventually outlaw meat and dairy and replace it with "sustainable" solutions like fake meat patties from Bill Gates, and other such poisons.
As residents of Phoenix have since learned what Gallego is up to, she quickly took to X (formerly Twitter) to stage a display suggesting that she is just a normal person like everyone else, when in fact she is a quintessential globalist impostor who represents the interests of her puppet master overlords and not those of her constituents.
(Related: Check out our earlier report about the 14 American cities – Phoenix is included in the list – that plan to ban meat, dairy, and private vehicle ownership by the year 2030.)
A quick look at what ASU's "Sustainable Food Systems" program entails – you know, the one that Gallego has forced the city of Phoenix to partner with to outlaw meat and dairy – reveals that it is just another name for the United Nations (UN) Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals protocol.
Someone named Kathleen Merrigan is listed as the leader of ASU's Online Master of Science in Sustainable Food Systems program. Merrigan's name is listed as the author of an article called "In Light of Climate Change Debates, ASU Continues Sustainability Efforts," in which she is quoted as saying:
"Get rid of the plastic water bottles, eat less meat ..." in order to make ASU more sustainable. If this is also the plan for the city of Phoenix, then in a few short years these same protocols will become the law of the land in Arizona's largest city.
ASU also has a research program involving Merrigan that aims to implement "dietary shifts towards plant-based diets" through various "interventions." One such listed intervention is the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) "pandemic," which shifted the way people eat by force.
Keep in mind that just two weeks after passing the 2025 Phoenix Food Action Plan that corresponds with all this, Gallego decided to lock down Phoenix, which Az Free News describes as "the most direct intervention on eating habits we have seen in our lifetime."
"Shutting down restaurants cut off 50% of our food supply because the government prevents restaurant food from being sold in grocery stores," Az Free News further explains. "The lockdown drastically constrained supply, damaged the supply chain for food, and helped lead to the astronomical food prices we see today."
"While Gallego is able to say she is not literally banning meat, she is implementing policies that make meat more expensive and will lead to major reductions of meat consumption in the future. Dare I suggest by 2030?"
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