by James Murphy
Republished with permission from TheNewAmerican.com
When the World Economic Forum and other globalists began suggesting that the world could be “conditioned” to eat weeds and insects as part of a plan to use “alternative” and more “sustainable” foods to cut down on livestock farming, which the climate hysterics claim is a large contributor to global warming, the tendency of many was to smirk and dismiss the idea as absurd.
Unfortunately, hundreds of schools in The Netherlands have taken the idea to heart and have begun feeding elementary school children mealworms, Lupine worms, and other insects in an effort to destigmatize the eating of bugs going forward, as a part of their “Taste Mission Adventurous Proteins” campaign, a part of Dutch Food Week, which occurred last week.
🇳🇱 WEF agenda in full force: Hundreds of schools in The Netherlands have started a campaign introducing 10-12 y/o kids to mealworms & insects as a ‘sustainable’ meat substitute. The goal is to bring about “behavioral changes through unprejudiced children”
— Eva Vlaardingerbroek (@EvaVlaar) October 15, 2022