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Mysterious seeds sent from China to Utah

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posted on Jul, 26 2020 @ 07:53 AM
It is also happening in Kansas.

posted on Jul, 26 2020 @ 08:59 AM
a reply to: ElectricUniverse

Ah yes, tis the ear stud season, i can't wait to get me some seeds so I can grow me some ears.

China cannot seriously think that we are not clued in to their underhanded schemes, we have known for years about their cyber attacks, the sanctions, the threats, the latest move by joint nations to move into south china sea is a bold statement, one that says it very clearly...

'You screwed over millions of people for far too long, don't stop and we'll reverse the role.'

posted on Jul, 26 2020 @ 09:52 AM
"Here we have more direct evidence that China is behind the "protests.""

Review your definitions of "direct" and "evidence".

a reply to: ElectricUniverse

posted on Jul, 26 2020 @ 11:17 AM
saw somewhere else Probably just Chinese vendors establishing new eBay selling accounts. They place fake orders among themselves; send packages with no value to UK and US addresses to establish a fulfillment history and then leave positive feedback for themselves so as not to appear as brand new sellers.

apparently some people who got these seeds they did not order have ordered legit seeds on amazon in the past.

a reply to: hombero

posted on Jul, 26 2020 @ 11:36 AM
Day of the Triffids

posted on Jul, 26 2020 @ 12:51 PM
When women had class - sigh

Damn Cuomo was short in the 50's tho.

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posted on Jul, 26 2020 @ 12:55 PM
a reply to: ElectricUniverse

Just being that 2 cents,

But throwing seed packets away, could be EXACTLY what is planned for.

Couple with biodegradable packaging, and seeds make their way into soil regardless.
Invasive plant species, takes root and boom, whatever grows unregulated.

Welcome to the age of change, we're adjusting the frequency, so standby as we work our technomagical abilities.

posted on Jul, 26 2020 @ 01:16 PM
a reply to: ElectricUniverse
I'd imagine they'd want to keep a low profile if they're doing something nefarious.

posted on Jul, 26 2020 @ 02:08 PM
I don't think there's too much nefarious going on here, other than an unscrupulous company trying to generate false reviews. One of the packages had an item number on it which I looked up. They were Papaya seeds. Confirmed by multiple images, and a listing on eBay for a Chinese company selling those particular seeds. All the reviews were absolutely horrible.. basically saying it wasn't the correct Papaya strain advertised and that almost none of the seeds germinated.

They can create a false review if they post a sale and mail an item with a tracking number that gets delivered, so that's what looks like is going on here. As for the packaged being mislabeled, that's extremely common as they will mark it as a gift to get by customs and duties. I've ordered several items from China, and they always come marked as 'Jewelry' and as a 'Gift'.

If they really wanted to do some damage, seems like they would be mailing Opium seeds and such.

posted on Jul, 26 2020 @ 02:25 PM

originally posted by: ElectricUniverse
Meanwhile the Marxist dummies in the site keep trying to deny facts, other states are stating they are also receiving these seeds. Today, Richmond Virginia is also reporting these unsolicited seeds arriving from China which could be invasive species. As mentioned in the UK the same has happened and it seems that some leftist dumba$$es believe "China is no threat..." and think it is ok to plant something the CCP is giving them for free...

Ida Domingo 59 mins ago

RICHMOND, Va. (WSET) -- The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) says they have been notified that several Virginia residents have received unsolicited packages containing seeds that appear to have originated from China.

They say the types of seeds in the packages are unknown at this time and may be invasive plant species.

According to the VDACS, the packages were sent by mail and may have Chinese writing on them.

They say that those who receive the packages to not plant these seeds.

VDACS encourages anyone who has received unsolicited seeds in the mail that appears to have Chinese origin to contact the Office of Plant Industry Services (OPIS) at 804.786.3515 or through the email.

Don't plant these seeds if you get them in the mail, could be invasive species from China

The seeds don't seem to be kudzu seeds, kudzu seeds are really, really small, and brownish. These seeds look like something else. Actually, it's kind of hard to tell their size. I will try to find if there are photos comparing the size of the seeds with some other object.

I actually have some of these in front of me right now. I was sent a mystery package from china to Seattle months ago, Packing list said it was earring studs, but it contained about 30 dark violet colored seeds, they are about the size of a hemp seed. I planted a few in a planter and they never sprouted so I just forgot about them and am concentrating on my garden now.

I'm really curious now what this killer chinese invasive plant is that wouldn't sprout?

posted on Jul, 26 2020 @ 02:26 PM

originally posted by: ElectricUniverse
a reply to: strongfp

Yeah right... A scam in which the senders send FREE seeds?... Stop trying to cover for your communist comrades... No scammer will send "free seeds" to hundreds of people in two countries... This is a CCP stratagem, and some fools are naive enough to have planted the seeds of invasive species...

Yes, that's actually right. Sorry to burst your conspiracy theory bubble, but this is NOT A NEW THING, IT'S BEEN AROUND A WHILE.

What someone, such as a Chinese Amazon seller, will do to rise through the customer ranks more quickly is spend dough on mailing off packages. The goal is to either solicit a review from you (because odds are they're the only seller for it on Amazon anyway so far) or fake one. More reviews = more customer views, it's that fekking simple. The mailing costs are seen as easily recoupable. The packages are marked as sent, reviews come in, Amazon knows no different.

I've received a few of these deliberately mismarked "mail box stuffers" a few times. I junk 'em. So far, nobody's sent anything useful, just junk kid-oriented items like candy or trinket toy stuff. They're hoping to hit homes with Youtube-loving kids, so they can get these hole-in-the-wall unboxing/tourist buys gimmick items a user review.
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posted on Jul, 26 2020 @ 04:32 PM
a reply to: Nyiah

The seller who sent me these doesn't even show up on my Amazon or ebay list, and I've recently purchased seeds from Amazon simply because an old friend gave me amazon gift cards that I decided to use, so this mysterious package came while I was still waiting for seed shipments of different bean varieties.

I wasn't able to leave a review let alone find this seller anywhere to leave any review, so if they are gaining anything it isn't from me, 90% of the packaging is in mandarin.

I think it was ChiefsMom who thought the packaging was biodegradable? Well the seeds are in a small redline plastic ziplock bag, and that was inside a small plastic bubblewrap envelope, so I dont think it would sprout if simply discarded into a garbage heap, but who knows I'll hang onto this suspicious sample and report any observations, maybe even try a serious indoor attempt at sprouting this mystery seed

posted on Jul, 26 2020 @ 06:46 PM
This coming from the country who adds plastic immitation grains to bags of rice for God knows what reason.

I don't trust a single thing by, about or involving china.

Again, for the Nth time, we need to go into total war mode and surprise attack the commies. It's us or them, we either let them sneakily attack us in their terms or we eliminate them on ours. We can't let them get anywhere near an equal footing, no military technologically or economically
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posted on Jul, 26 2020 @ 08:33 PM
a reply to: ElectricUniverse

Doesnt make sense. Almost every thing we buy comes from China now, why would they need an elaborate plan to spread anyting when all they have to do is sell it through wally world?

posted on Jul, 27 2020 @ 12:35 AM
a reply to: openminded2011

Speak for yourself I check labeled and won't buy chinese anything. It's produced with slave labor and rewards companies for prioritizing cost over quality & country

posted on Jul, 27 2020 @ 02:24 AM

originally posted by: ElectricUniverse

By: Adam Herbets
Posted at 9:13 PM, Jul 22, 2020
and last updated 11:41 AM, Jul 23, 2020

TOOELE, Utah — Over the past few weeks, people in Utah have been reporting mysterious packages they’ve been receiving in the mail from China.

Lori Culley, who lives in Tooele, said she was excited to find two small packages in her mailbox on Tuesday. Although most of the writing on the outside was in Chinese, the label indicated there would be earrings inside.

“I opened them up and they were seeds,” Culley said. “Obviously they’re not jewelry!”

Culley couldn’t understand why she would be receiving mislabeled seeds from China in the mail, but at first she didn’t think much of it.


Mysterious seeds sent from China to Utah

Here we have more direct evidence that China is behind the "protests." The same way they have had protests over their repressive regime in Hong Kong, we have their infiltrators attempting to implement that repressive regime in the U.S.

At least 40 people in Utah have received these packages with seeds inside them. DO NOT PLANT THEM AND DON'T THROW THEM AWAY if you get any such packages. Contact authorities in your area if you get unsolicited items from China.

The article states that they could be an invasive species that people in Britain have received. Over there HUNDREDS of gardeners have received these invasive species in the UK, and some idiots planted them.

Hundreds of British gardeners 'receive unsolicited deliveries of garden seeds sent from China marked as ear studs'

China is waging a war against the U.S. Heck, against the west including socialist Britain. There is also chatter from Taiwan that Chinese troops have landed frequently in an island close to Taiwan. The Chinese communists are making their final moves.

Taiwan Says China Sending Planes Near Island Almost Daily

The recent discovery of hundreds of weapons parts that arrived in U.S. soil is part of the CCP plan. Now you know where the communist scumbag in Chaz got the weapons he was giving to other communist bastards.

This, plus the chatter heard by Law Enforcement Agencies that Antifa/BLM has made contact with gangs from South America whom say they are coming to help take over U.S. cities are not isolated events. They are openly admitting what they are doing,the globalist Marxists/socialists/communists. Remember. According to the chatter watch for October and November this year. Hope the good people of ATS are prepared. If not you still have some time, but prepper sites are backlogged by a month so plan on making your final preparations this month if you can.

God bless.

Well, this has to be on of the better BS China threads that are floating around. Made me laugh actually. Crazy what some people believe.

posted on Jul, 27 2020 @ 02:29 AM
a reply to: Vasa Croe

Yeah, like you leftists, this Chinese source claims "it's all Trump's fault" but they have been talking about this for many years, decades actually, and that eventually that war would start.

China is not North Korea.

See, this is what people like you do not understand. Bow would a war they could never win benafit China? China's economy is based on trade with the West, esp with America.

So please explain why China would go to war with America? If anything, a war with China would benafit America more.

Seriously, stop talking nonsense.

posted on Jul, 27 2020 @ 02:36 AM
a reply to: ElectricUniverse

heck, the CCP doesn't give a crap about anyone. They have even sent toxic baby food to the U.S. several times throughout the years, and there have been naive enough people whom have bought such products from China. All endorsed by the CCP.

If you are talking about the baby food scandal that happens in China, the people involved were punished. You really think the CCP knew whst this company was doing? The milk also killed chinese babies.

But as far as I know, did not effect any children in the West because that same baby formula is not used in the West, and was just a Chinese product.

posted on Jul, 27 2020 @ 02:42 AM
a reply to: JBurns

Again, for the Nth time, we need to go into total war mode and surprise attack the commies. It's us or them, we either let them sneakily attack us in their terms or we eliminate them on ours. We can't let them get anywhere near an equal footing, no military technologically or economically

Just stop with your war mongering! This is not a movie or a videogame, so stop acting like it is! Yes I know you are a patriot, and as your posts show, you ignore all the terrible things your own givernment has done, but people like you just make it easier for governments to do the horrible things they do, yes, including your own government.

It's such a shame that the world is filled with alot of people like you.

posted on Jul, 27 2020 @ 06:48 AM

originally posted by: Guiltyguitarist
I hope it’s not kudzu. That stuff is crazy

Chinese Arrowroot is used as a medicine. But it will take over your yard, I got enough problems with a ground cover I planted in an area taking over the yard already. I got it from a local store and they said they use it on hills and I got some seed and planted it on side of the hill and next to the foundation in my yard that was hard to mow with the riding mower. It spread like crazy into the yard.

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