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The Future of…2 — Food (Part 1)

Scott Douglas Jacobsen & Rick Rosner

May 16, 2017

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Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Continuing on the future of food. And there’s an aspect of people that should know better, who are into raw food-ism, non-GMO-ism, organic food-ism. You know the deal? And, you…

Rick Rosner: Yeah.

Jacobsen: You noted off tape, it’s a bit of snobbery. And to me these people should know better because, they’re actually at, probably risk for health problems because they’re using older methods. And these older methods are worse. They’re less good than current ones.

Rosner: Let’s put it in a larger framework.

Jacobsen: Okay. What’s the larger framework?

Rosner: I consider it part of the larger framework of liberals versus conservatives where, right now in America, there are more idiots among conservatives, because idiocy has been cultivated by… By conservatives. Because they… It’s politically expedient. But there’s still plenty of idiocy on the liberal side. And you see it in taking Kumbaya principles to an extreme. Being nice to yourself, being nice to the planet, embracing alternative ways of healing.

So, you were talking about raw food people and vegans and… There are plenty of good reasons to be vegan or vegetarian, but once you join that cohort, you put yourself in the company of a lot of lunatics and/or idiots, including like the… I consider part of that kinda general demographic, like anti-vaccers, anti-vaccination people, who… People who buy, who… A lot of conservatives fall for conservative bullshit.

But there are a bunch of liberals who fall for hippie bullshit, which can include the whole thing about vaccinations causing Autism and maybe some other stuff, even though it’s been well substantiated that vaccines don’t cause Autism, and even the thing that, in vaccines, which was thought to cause Autism hasn’t been… The derivative of mercury, I forget the name of it, but… Amerisol, I think.

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Rick Rosner

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Rick Rosner

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Originally published at rickrosner.org on May 16, 2017.