Tens of millions of people are finally starting to realize that the media is trying to normalize insect eating as part of the WEF’s ” Great Reset ” agenda.
Convincing the masses to eat worms, crickets and other insects has gone from an obscure “conspiracy theory” to an official project in recent months. But for those who have paid close attention, this did not happen overnight. Over time, numerous major media outlets have mobilized their resources to brainwash the masses into accepting and believing that eating insects is good for their health and the planet, Newspunch.com writes.
The New York Post, for example, recently shared a pompous piece for worm “hamburgers,” arguing that their consumption could lead to a solution to world hunger .
The article cites South Korean scientists who “cooked mealworms, or beetle larvae, together with sugar to make ‘meat’.” They then try to normalize this procedure by assuring readers that the protein alternative “tastes authentic.”
dr. Hee Cho, who is the project leader of Wonkwang University, said of this new glorified progressive trend: “In recent times, insect-eating has come to the fore because of the increasing cost of animal protein, and the attendant costs associated with it. Environmental problems.”
“Insects are a nutritious and healthy food source with high amounts of fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, fiber and high-quality protein – comparable to those found in meat,” Cho added.
Critics have speculated that this normalization of insects as food is a tactic to counter the rise in the cost of goods and the emerging energy crisis. All under the guise of health and environmental reasons.
In addition, the same critics argue that those pushing this “new normal” will start off with something like grasshoppers (since “Chapulines” are typical in parts of Asia, South America, and Mexico). Then they will move on to normalizing the much more “freak” alternatives, such as cockroach milk .
Celebrities like Robert Downey Jr. , Nicole Kidman , and Kim Kardashian have also jumped on the bug train. They convince their very liberal public of the benefits of these protein alternatives. While they sell the idea that the change is not monumental to combating the rise in the cost of goods from the emerging energy crisis. All under the guise of health and environmental reasons.
People who don’t want to eat insects have become increasingly skeptical about the whole initiative. Especially after they learned that snacks are now being made with insects (often without the consumer’s knowledge) as the main ingredient.
For example, a Canadian food brand called ActuallyFoods lists Organic Cricket Flour as one of its ingredients. And Canada also recently announced that it has completed construction of the largest cricket production facility in the world .
Major companies such as PBS America have hosted several events about the health benefits crickets provide. Along with how eating insects instead of meat can help “our warming planet” .
As Edward Snowden famously warned on Twitter : “You’re gonna eat the crickets.”
So, while the major media and celebrities continue to push for the normalization of insect eating, they simultaneously brand their critics as conspiracy theorists who miss the point and overshadow the benefits of the trendy alternatives.
All this while the same people who touted the claim “you will own nothing and be happy” want us to consume insects for so-called environmental reasons.