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Eat The Bugs!
How The Future Of Human Protein Consumption Will Be Driven By Governments And Media Towards Insect Sources Over Animal Sources, For The Sake Of Climate Change
I told you it was coming...
Like the world of Starship Troopers, bugs are about to take over our daily thoughts.
If you think that it's a bridge too far to suggest that eating insects is going to replace eating meat in the not so distant future, guess again.
In fact, the longer you maintain that stance, the more you're going to be looked upon as the bad guy.
The one without a moral compass, who's willing to sacrifice the health of the planet and the sustainability of the human race just because you like hamburgers!
Recently, Canada became home to the largest cricket processing facility on planet earth. And why should that matter? Crickets are the main staple insect that feeds the majority of the reptile industry world wide.
Well, it’s when you get into the head of the man in charge of this facility and the funding he’s received from the government (nearly $10,000,000 so far) to achieve his aims… that’s when you’ll see this is about MUCH more than just feeding some geckos:
Pictured above is CEO, Mohammed Ashour.
Read the article above and you’ll find out the big picture goal is to replace the animal protein industry with insect protein. For a greener, brighter tomorrow.
Not convinced yet? Well, allow this article laying out the pros and cons of eating bugs for you.
For the sake of transparency, the following is from a company that sells edible bugs to consumers. So… it shouldn’t be surprising that they’re a fan of the idea. BUT, these are EXACLY the talking points you’re going to start seeing preached by your favorite celebrity, influencer and talking head in the near future:
Here are some of the delightful infographics they make their case with in it:
Like, the benefits of protein.
How insect harvested protein is superior to animal harvested protein in efficiency, sustainability, and global impact including geographical usage and water/feed requirements per 1kg of protein harvested.
How about the fact that we’re overpopulating the earth at an unsustainable rate and by 2050 the protein needs will be even more dire than they are today as an ever increasing burden on humanity’s carbon footprint.
And didn’t you know that their “chitin” (the ground up exoskeleton of the bugs) is good for your immune system and beats back that nasty inflammation and cancer?!
I’m telling you now, that anyone with even an inkling of “save the planet” in them will be fully convinced that it is not only necessary but beneficial to eat the bugs. And it won’t be a hard argument to make. Especially with MSM outlets like CNN ramming it down their throats.
Oh… did I forget to mention? CNN has long been exposed as a bullhorn for the climate change agenda. As was covertly gleaned from their director over a meal with an undercover Project Veritas reporter in July of 2021:
(Jump to 5:25 in the video below for that bombshell)
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again here; What the climate change agenda (not to be confused with the climate change science) aims to do is to get everyone they can onto a “Personal Carbon Footprint” version of the digital vaccine passports we’ve all already lived through.
Here’s and short article on that, with a video in it, directly from the WEF 2022 Davos summit earlier this year:
You can find many articles and projections similar to this on the WEF’s own website. THEY are the ones telling US they want to do this! It’s not being hidden because they consider it morally right.
THEY ARE THE GOOD GUYS.
But hey… if bugs are still just a bridge too far, there are other options on the horizon that MSM is already seeding into the population’s minds.
It’s an old school solution that’s coming back into vogue.
Coming direct from the New York Times recently, but soon to be seen throughout the main stream as food shortages and meal scarcity gets more and more real for more and more people:
I guess the good news is, there’s still a place for us meat eaters who just won’t be convinced to eat the bugs in the WEF utopia of tomorrow. As long as you aren’t so righteous that you’d refuse to eat your fellow man…
And if that’s the case, well then:
~ Drew Weatherhead
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