The Future of Meat…Is Bugs?
There’s a new reason to worry about a global food crisis.
Because the people pushing fewer farms and more synthetic meat are now pushing bugs for dinner.
Yes, you read that correctly.
Some of the most powerful organizations and wealthiest people in the world are advocating for a diet that includes less meat and more bugs.
It may seem crazy (and downright disgusting), but it is really happening. Before you know it, it will hit your newsfeed and grocery store shelves too…if it hasn’t already.
Read on to see why there is a sudden push for eating insects and why this is alarming.
How Agenda 2023 Is Leading toward Bugs on the Menu
Agenda 2030 is the central United Nations platform for sustainable development. It contains 17 goals that 193 member states (including the USA) pledged to ensure.
The 17 goals are broken down into 169 targets, including things such as ending poverty and hunger for all by the year 2030.
Here are two goals directly from the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development:
- Goal 1. End poverty in all its forms everywhere
- Goal 2. End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture
Want to read the rest for yourself? Head to the original source (The United Nations: Department of Economic and Social Affairs).
As we move closer and closer to the year 2030, those in charge want these goals met.
Even if it means eating bugs.
It’s important to note that this Agenda was originally put together in 2000 with the title UN Agenda 21.
When the original goals of Agenda 21 weren’t met, they added to it and moved the target to 2030.
Here’s the thing – there is no way to end world hunger and poverty for all – especially not if the solution is eating bugs.
It’s not just the global food crisis Agenda 2030 is attempting to eradicate.
Goal 13 of Agenda 2030 states, “Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts.”
Those behind the big bug push are claiming that not only will eating bugs end world hunger, but it will also stop global warming.
The Reason the Bill Gates of the World Think Bugs Are the Answer
Bill Gates has long argued we need to eat less meat.
It’s one of the reasons why he has bought up so much American farmland and invested in his own lab-created meat companies.
Now, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is backing All Things Bugs, a company claiming to be “the world’s leading innovator in the insect industry.”
They produce Griopro cricket powder, which is used for food and beverages, including pasta, baked goods, smoothies, meat extenders, and more.
[Instead of cricket powder, we suggest Ready Hour All-Purpose White Flour. Not only is it bug-free, but it is also specially packaged to prevent bugs from getting in.]
Back to Bill Gates. He told MIT Technology Review, “I do think all rich countries should move to 100% synthetic beef.”
America is one of the richest countries.
According to Bill Gates and those like him, animal agriculture is to blame for global warming, and global warming is to blame for high food prices and food shortages.
Seems like quite the leap, doesn’t it?
Insect Factories Are on the Rise
Just as Gates and friends have pushed and backed startups for synthetic meat production and AI seed farming, they are now investing in insect factories.
In 2021, the world’s largest insect protein facility was built in Illinois. They produce animal feed made from insect larvae.
Now, in 2023, we’ve moved from animal feed to pet food and protein for humans. Tyson Foods and Ardent Mills have recently partnered with insect protein producers.
At this time, there are over 100 insect-farming startups in the United States alone.
A major red flag of the insect agenda is that people aren’t taken into consideration.
If this is about ending the global food crisis and making the earth safe for future generations, then why aren’t people like you and me being asked about a solution?
No one is asking if we want to eat bugs.
We aren’t being given a choice.
Instead, it’s being crammed down our throats (quite literally).
Everything you read focuses on saving the environment but not on nutritional value or health benefits.
If our farms are being regulated out of business and more insect food factories are built, what we find in the grocery store will change.
And for what reason?
Some argue that this is simply a repetition of “control the food, control the people.”
Do your family a favor and stock up on Freeze-Dried White Meat Chicken – it’s delicious and it’s bug-free. Promise.
Look at the Netherlands
Just 10 years ago, the Netherlands was being recognized for how great their farming was and a model for the future of farming.
Then, the EU and the Dutch government pulled a complete reversal, forcibly buying out farms to “help the environment.”
“For some reason, they aren’t coming after the airlines or other industries that actually are contributors to these emissions apart from the Dutch farmers. They are saying that the farmers need to give up 30 percent of their land by 2030 and for a lot of these farmers that means they will go completely out of business depending on where they are in the country and that land goes to the state, surprise, surprise,” she said.
[Read More: What the Heck Is Happening in Holland?]
And now the Dutch government is pushing bugs for dinner.
Eva Vlaardingerbroek appeared on Tucker Carlson’s Let Them Eat Bugs to discuss the new push for eating bugs.
She says the Netherlands is the tester for Agenda 2030, which is why it is not surprising that insect factories are going up fast and they are pushing bugs for the climate change agenda.
“They’re telling us that it’s good for the climate, that this is the way that we can save the planet, and that that little steak that you have on your plate that gives you some joy in life is what actually ruins the world. And of course, none of that is true […] the Dutch people don’t want to be eating insects. We understand that a traditional profession such as farming that we have been good at for centuries on end is not the cause of a modern-day so-called crisis such as climate change.”
You know farming is one of the safest ways to be self-reliant and self-sufficient. Stock up on seeds.
Tastes like Chicken…
Get ready for it. You are going to be told, “Bugs taste like chicken.”
Heck, even Bill Gates knows the difference.
Regarding synthetic meat, he said, “You can get used to the taste difference, and the claim is they’re going to make it taste even better over time.”
Wow. He really sold me on the delicious taste of not-real food.
Instead, I’m going to make sure my pantry is stocked with my favorite long-term emergency foods made with safe, quality ingredients. And I’m going to double up on Real White Meat Chicken and Freeze-Dried Beef.
It may take until 2030 for bugs to be in every grocery store, but my long-term emergency food outlasts that date by many years.
Know what is coming and prepare, friends.
Preparedness Advisor, My Patriot Supply