Biden Admin Pushes WEF Agenda for Americans to ‘Eat More Bugs’

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The Biden administration plans to use American tax dollars to convince people across the United States that “eating more bugs” will not only help “save the planet” but also a cost-efficient alternative to meat, falling in line with the World Economic Forum’s ‘Great Reset’ agenda.

The new push for a “meatless future” came after the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) began pouring hundreds of thousands of tax dollars into researching trash-fed crickets as an alternative to “unsustainable” protein production.

According to the federal listing, the $130,000 grant supports research “addressing the need for more cost-efficient production of crickets as a sustainable protein source.”

To make things worse, the crickets the Biden administration wants Americans to consume will be fed landfill waste. In more simpler terms, they want Americans to eat insects filled with trash.

Mighty Cricket Inc., the private firm that won the grant to serve the trash-consuming insects to the populous, specializes in cricket protein powder, oatmeal, and cricket flour.

The company believes feeding landfill waste to crickets could help them “procure cricket feed at a lower cost than what is available on the market.”

The USDA’s grant listing echoes Klaus Schwab’s WEF “Great Reset agenda,” which he recently rebranded to “humanocracy” due to more people waking up to the impending dystopian nightmare.

The grant description claims:

“Conventional protein production poses a substantial strain on the ecosystem, requiring unsustainable quantities of water, land, and feed as inputs.”

According to the WEF, “farming accounts for 26% of all greenhouse gas emissions.”

Not only that, the globalist organization also absurdly claims that farmed “livestock is responsible for 14.5% of all emissions related to human activity, and cows make up by far the largest proportion of that.”

The WEF’s baseless fear-mongering seems to be working, as the listing claims there is now “increased demand” for bug protein from people concerned about “sustainable food sources.”

“To sustain the world’s growing population, food production practices need to dramatically shift towards resource conservation,” the grant continues.

The USDA grant description states that consuming insects is the solution to sustainability.

According to Mighty Cricket’s official website, it claims bug farming has many positive impacts on the environment, helping fight climate change,” these include:

  • Reduced land use
  • Minimized waste
  • Lowered carbon emissions
  • Decreased water usage
  • Reduced energy consumption

The future they want for Americans: Eat bugs, live in a pod, don’t own anything.

During the annual WEF meeting in Davos last year, Danish businessman Jim Hagemann called on people to eat bugs as an alternative to meat.

“If a billion people stop eating meat, I tell you, it has a big impact. Not only does it have a big impact on the current food system, but it will also inspire innovation of food systems…” Hagemann said.

While the WEF claims that integrating bugs into our diet will help combat climate change, it’s worth noting that the elites who attended the Davos event this year enjoyed mouth watering meat platters and other traditional protein dishes while washing them down with expensive champagne.

Further, the WEF says if you don’t like their ‘Great Reset agenda,’ then you must be racist.

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