Family Vacation in Italy
August 9, 2019 — I have been out of the US in Italy for over a week. I love the Italians! I love them for many reasons. One is that they are currently fighting Big Pharma vaccine mandates just as we are. A few years back they were able to get over 50,000 people in the streets protesting vaccine mandates. They won many battles, but Big Pharma’s push back has been fierce and the people have recently lost some battles as well. To learn more about the back-and-forth Health Freedom battles in Italy, watch Del Bigtree’s report @ https://thehighwire.com/ here:
The Italians also protect their food supply far better than we do in America. Their resistance to GMO seeds and crops has been fierce. I have family members who are allergic to gluten, but not in Italy. When they eat the pasta and bread in Italy they have no allergic reactions. Italian farmers use heirloom seeds and organic practices as their standard. While in Italy I never saw any product with an “organic” label on it – rather it is almost assumed. It is highly likely that most people with “gluten” allergies and sensitivity are having reactions not to gluten but to pesticides, herbicides and GMOs.
There is one part of my trip that stands out to me.
I went with family to a farm in the Tuscany region of Italy, not far from Florence. We hired one of the locals to drive us to multiple locations off the beaten path. This included the Abbey of Monte Oliveto Maggiore as well as a small village that overlooked that Abbey in the Clay Hills. We ended our tour with a lunch on a farm overlooking olive trees and heirloom wheat fields. The Tuscan countryside is astonishingly beautiful!
The photo you see at the top of this blog post shows the Tuscan sky above us while we ate lunch in Sienna, Italy. I couldn’t help but notice how clear and clean the sky was. When I spoke to locals about it they told me there were plans to place an airport in Sienna, but the town defeated the proposition helping to preserve the cleanliness of the region. When I asked locals if they have ever seen a plane fly over head in the region, no one had any recollection of ever seeing even one plane. No one could even recall seeing a commercial airliner flying overhead at extreme heights.
There were absolutely no ‘trails’ from planes in this area, and the locals confirm this.
It is an interesting point of fact for me personally, as I’ve been to many beautiful, rural locations in America and have *ALWAYS* seen trails from planes in the sky. But not in the Tuscan region of Italy, the most beautiful area I’ve ever visited in my life.