State-Affiliated NPR Claims Bug-Eating Movement Is a Conspiracy


State-Affiliated, Government-Funded Media, NPR is now pretending that the bug-eating movement out of the World Economic Forum is a right-wing conspiracy in Europe and the US. It’s easy to convince people it’s a conspiracy since every idea out of the WOKES is fantastical. However, it isn’t a conspiracy. To say otherwise is misinformation from Government Media toadies, NPR.

NPR wrote:

In mid-March, a far-right Dutch member of parliament named Thierry Baudet tweeted “WE WILL NOT EAT THE BUGS” accompanied by a photo of himself holding a microphone in one hand and pouring golden mealworms out of a bag in the other.

Earlier in the month, Poland’s ruling nationalist party Law and Justice falsely alleged that the opposition Civic Platform was trying to push citizens into eating worms, prompting the opposition to hit back with a similar accusation.

Those are just some of several instances of European right-wing politicians lobbing a conspiracy theory that elites want people to eat bugs. The accusations arrived shortly after the European Union approved mealworms and crickets as food ingredients.

Across the Atlantic, American right-wing pundits and influencers decry a similar plot. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration permits small amounts of insect matter to be included in foods.

WEF Loves Bugs
Here’s the Truth:

I could go on all day with proof, but this information makes the point.

They gave bugs to children in The Netherlands, Canada, and Australia to save the planet. They start with the children since they are so vulnerable and naive.

The European Union is responsible for bug additives being put into food. One large German company had requested to put cricket powder in all food. Many think it’s the camel’s nose under the tent.

Normalizing eating bugs is a stated goal of the World Economic Forum (WEF).

It has been approved in the EU, and it’s not only crickets. Mealworms and grasshoppers are also approved.

The WEF thinks it’s a good replacement for meat.

Sweden introduces insect burgers and bug balls.

The UN, WEF, the EU, and Biden Administration want you to eat bugs in lieu of farming. That’s what they’re saying.

The World Economic Forum (WEF) says we will all be voluntarily eating bugs soon. They explain why bugs as food are becoming popular.

A market research company, Meticulous Research, predicts the global market for edible insects could grow to $1.18 billion by 2023. That’s almost triple its current level.

They say the reason for its popularity is bugs emit less harmful gas than mainstream farm animals. They consume fewer resources than livestock. And as water becomes scarce (according to them), insects need less water.

Biden’s 30×30 conservation plan cuts farming, grazing, and logging by 30% by 2030. It is the WEF’s goal. It’s the UN’s goal as they move to global feudalism. Bug-eating could replace meat, but bugs are bottom feeders. Don’t believe them when they tell you they are nutritious.

Life repeats fiction.

In 2013, the UN’s Food and Agricultural Organization published a 200-page report touting insects as an underutilized food source. Since then, groups such as the Gates Foundation and the World Economic Forum have been trying to normalize eating insects.

The BBC touts bug-eating:

Celebrities tout bug-eating also:

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1 month ago

LOL! NPR! An NPR denial is as good as official verification!

1 month ago

Well, NPR types ARE the “bottom” butt….

Mark Lemmon
Mark Lemmon
1 month ago

What would be worse? Eating bugs or WEF sycophant lock step progressives?

Mike Hunt-Stanks
Mike Hunt-Stanks
1 month ago

I personally think Fauci, Gates, Soros, Schwab, and everyone who thinks globalism is a great idea, should spend time in GITMO, with their entire financial portfolio confiscated. Their attack on the freedom loving people of the world are tired of their satanic agenda and billionaire influence. My humble opinion. Feel free to share it.

1 month ago

You’d have to be in an NPR bubble, and it’s all you know, since it’s easy to verify and you can go to the websites of the companies making and promoting bugs as food. Not only have so many “theories” turned out true, but can be easily verified by anyone.