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Crushed Bug ‘Additive’ is Now Included in Pizza, Pasta & Cereals Across the EU, by Paul Joseph Watson

They’ll do whatever it takes to get us to eat bugs. From Paul Joseph Watson at summit.news:

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As of yesterday, a food additive made out of powdered crickets began appearing in foods from pizza, to pasta to cereals across the European Union.

Yes, really.

Defatted house crickets are on the menu for Europeans across the continent, without the vast majority of them knowing it is now in their food.

“This comes thanks to a European Commission ruling passed earlier this month,” reports RT.

“As per the decision, which cited the scientific opinion of the European Food Safety Authority, the additive is safe to use in a whole range of products, including but not limited to cereal bars, biscuits, pizza, pasta-based products, and whey powder.”

But don’t worry, because the crickets first have to be checked to make sure they “discard their bowel content” before being frozen.

Lovely stuff.

Critics suggested that once bugs become widely accepted as a food additive, their consumption will become normalized across the board.

“The Liberal World Order has decided that the little people must eat bugs to prevent the climate from fluctuating, in accordance with ruling class ideology,” writes Dave Blount.

“Yet rather than mindlessly obey The Experts as most did with Covid policy, people have resisted. So our moonbat overlords are furtively sneaking insects into food.”

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Washington Post Tells Americans To EAT BUGS As They Can No Longer Afford Traditional Seasonal Dinners, by Steve Watson

If bug eating catches on, kids will look forward to going to their rooms without supper. From Steve Watson at summit.news:

“Consumers can already find foods like salted ants on Amazon and cricket powder protein bars in grocery stores.”

The Washington Post advised Americans Sunday that instead of a traditional season dinner, which now is unaffordable for a quarter of families, they should instead look to eating bugs.

Yes really.

In an article headlined Salted ants. Ground crickets. Why you should try edible insects, the Post stated “Consumers can already find foods like salted ants on Amazon and cricket powder protein bars in Swiss grocery stores.”

Yummmmm, ants.

The piece quoted a six year old girl in Pennsylvania who was supposedly given a rousing ovation by onlookers for eating fried worms.

The piece states “It’s not that bad!” she exclaimed. “It kind of tastes like kettle corn!”

There’s the usual crap about crickets having more protein than beef and everyone in third world countries already eating them, so why are you any better… etc

“Watching others enjoy insects may also help break down barriers,” the piece states under a sub headline “Creating a new norm.”

It further states “before insects can become common fare, more diners must be convinced that six-legged critters are, in fact, food. Through tasting experiments, surveys and educational demos, researchers, entrepreneurs and educators are delving into consumers’ psychology and finding that resistance to insect-eating can be strong.”

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Eating Bugs: Let’s Dig into It! By Robert Malone, MD, MS

Everything you ever wanted to know about eating bugs, and more! From Robert Malone at rwmalonemd.substack.com:

Crickets are getting pushed by the UN/WEF as alternatives to farming – so lets pay attention!

Yeh, eating bugs is a thing, and at the World Economic Forum, it is all about teaching the whys and wherefores of bug eating! After all, eating bugs is all about doing your part to “save the planet” right?

You know, the UN’s Agenda 2030 – which will cut 30% of land from farm production

And in the USA, we have Biden’s 30X30 plan to preserve 30% of U.S. land and water — over 720 million acres — by 2030

So -that is an example of how the UN wants all of us to do our part in “saving the world”, and they believe eating bugs is a big part of it!

Whether we like it of not – it is happening. “Aspire Groups” is the main commercial driver (manufacturer) behind the push to use crickets as food in North America.

Aspire lists their main source of initial funding as the 1 million dollar “Hult Prize” in 2013. Now, it took a lot of digging to figure out who funds the Hult Prize – turns out it is funded by Bertil Hult and is “supported” (funded?) by the United Nations. So, there is your link – back to the UN and their strategic partner, the World Economic Forum.

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Exactly What Is Behind The UN & WEF Insects As Food Agenda? [Updated], by the 2nd Smartest Guy in the World

No, eating insects is not good for you, something most 6-year-olds know. From the 2nd Smartest Guy in the World at 2ndsmartestguyintheworld.substack.com:

The two most prominent One World Government nodes in the UN and WEF have been aggressively pushing the bug food agenda for close to a decade now; to wit:

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Good grub: why we might be eating insects soon wef.ch/2LiLmjQ #food


A 2013 article from the United Nations website:

The latest buzz: eating insects can help tackle food insecurity, says FAO

The book, Edible Insects: future prospects for food and feed security, stresses not just the nutritional value of insects, but also the benefits that insect farming could potentially have on the environment and on addressing the rapidly increasing demand for food worldwide.

Last year from the WEF’s website:

Why we need to give insects the role they deserve in our food systems

  • By 2050, the world’s food supply will need to feed another 2 billion people;
  • Insect farming for food and animal feed could offer an environmentally friendly solution to the impending food crisis;
  • A source of protein and fertilizer, emerging technologies could help bring insects back into the food system at scale.

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Globalist Cabal Promotes Diet of Bugs — and Cannibalism, by Dr. Joseph Mercola

We’re supposed to eat bugs because celebrities do. From Dr. Joseph Mercola at theburningplatform.com:

green agenda

Story at-a-glance

  • The World Economic Forum envisions a food system that doesn’t include animal foods or require a large land footprint. In fact, for several years now, the WEF has promoted the idea that we should get used to eating bugs and drinking reclaimed sewage. Both are now being rolled out
  • In a July 2022 article, The New York Times took the WEF’s dystopian projections to a whole new level, announcing that the time to consider cannibalism is now upon us
  • Interpretation: The WEF and its allies are manufacturing food shortages, which in some areas may progress into actual famine, and they want you to know that when that time comes, it’s OK for you to eat your neighbor
  • In addition to a recent rash of books and TV shows that glorify cannibalism, there’s lab-grown human steak “art,” and vegan meat designed to taste like human flesh. In 2019, a Swedish professor also argued for cannibalism as a more sustainable alternative to eating bugs
  • Much of the supposed “inspiration” behind the promotion of unnatural diets is said to come from a desire to save the planet. While that’s admirable, it’s important to realize that the “green” agenda — as it is currently promoted — is nothing but a scare tactic to bring people to the point of accepting living conditions that would otherwise be unacceptable, such as eating a diet of bugs, drinking reclaimed sewage water and even, apparently, cannibalism

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Corporate Media Insists Eating Insects Is “Really Delicious”, by Tyler Durden 

I think cockroach stew is an excellent idea . . . for the WEF crowd that’s pushing this garbage on us. From Tyler Durden at zerohedge.com:

The World Economic Forum (WEF) has, for years, promoted the idea that “healthy diets” and “sustainable” foods, such as insects, should be introduced into the global food system to save the planet.  

These self-proclaimed designers of the future are calling for a reset of the food system to lessen the environmental impact of current food production and solve world hunger. They’re trying to convince people to eat bugs.

The latest sign insect farming is about to takeoff is a South African chemical engineer by the name of Wendy Vesela found ways to transform spiky green and black caterpillars into flour that can be used in biscuits, sweet chocolate protein bars, cereals or smoothies, according to AFP News

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