Transitioning by 2030 to a FactoryLESS farm World

Project Beyond Impossible. Transitioning by 2030 to a FactoryLess farm World.

Our Vision – Our Manifesto

Transitioning by 2030 to a Factoryless farm World. Bridging today’s interregnum. We vision a fully awakened consciousness that embraces and understands that the food we consume, how it was treated in life, and in death becomes who we are. What we feed our bodies also feeds our souls. We vision that humanity once again remembers that the food we eat is an expression of our love and oneness with the planet. And, that it is part of this miracle of life we share with all sentient beings.

We vision a world that no longer destroys its home; its lands, soil, trees, people, and animals. We vision the soon-coming day that ends the failed experiment of the last 100 years’ The failed experiment is called Factory Farming.

Project Impossible and FactoryLess Farm are creating the beyond impossible bridge from this dying Factory Farming world to the next vibrantly healthy green Factory Farmless world of tomorrow.

Creating a world beyond the impossible bridge from this world to the next. Getting to a new way of thinking.

While in prison in 1930, Italian theorist Antonio Gramsci wrote how the public had lost faith in their leaders, but could not visualize how to enlighten, or displace them. “The crisis,” he wrote in perhaps his most famous quote, “consists precisely in the fact that the old is dying and the new cannot be born; in this interregnum, a great variety of morbid symptoms appear.” Sometimes this is translated into a pithier, “The old world is dying, and the new world struggles to be born. Now is the time of monsters.”

Transitioning by 2030 to a Factoryless farm World. A global project of Project Beyond Impossible, and Factoryless Farm. Atlanta, Ga.

Just before World War 11 in Europe the ruling class was not ‘leading’ but only ‘dominating. Largely the masses no longer bought into what they were being told, but they did not see or know how to create a bridge to cross over to a better world. They could not see beyond what they saw. They could not Vision Beyond the Impossible”

Project Beyond Impossible – Steven Monahan