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After the global food market crash the 99.09 percenters can expect the free Universall Benifit income for the globe to be just enough for  survival on a worm diet. 

Those who 'OBEY' can expect the odd dietary treat of chocolate gmo covered worms or smarties 

Once you know the outcome of where they are taking the World these 'random events'  turn out not be random at all but regulated events

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4 hours ago, HerrShultz said:

Its said what goes around comes around. Its strange that everyone will be eating worms throughout their liifetime then they will be eating all of us. Is this 'HELL' all Karma ?

In some parts of the world people eat such things. Just because you think its a disgusting idea it doesn't mean its wrong.

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Where have you everseen me preventing those who  enjoy eating worms .? Its down to individual taste. Some folk will eat live frogs and end enjoy them as a delicacy but, each to their own .Persona;lly  I dont eat REAL or GMO (plastic) worms . Try steeplejacking on a belly full of worms and I promise it will make you vomit

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If your poor as you shall be , having to survive on staple meal-worm bread and fly lava jam ,no food around to cook then serve the kids you can take

your mind off it worming your dogs and yourselves.

These people living with psychoses will wave fare-well to their families and friends for a position of influence and power.

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Mealworms are the larval form of the mealworm beetle, Tenebrio molitor, a species of darkling beetle. Like all holometabolic insects, they go through four life stages: egg, larva, pupa, and adult. Larvae typically measure about 2.5 cm or more, whereas adults are generally between 1.25 and 1.8 cm in length

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mealworm

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3 hours ago, HerrShultz said:

Mealworms are the larval form of the mealworm beetle, Tenebrio molitor, a species of darkling beetle. Like all holometabolic insects, they go through four life stages: egg, larva, pupa, and adult. Larvae typically measure about 2.5 cm or more, whereas adults are generally between 1.25 and 1.8 cm in length

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mealworm


interesting, from that wiki 

"

In waste disposal

In 2015, it was discovered that mealworms can degrade polystyrene into usable organic matter at a rate of about 34-39 milligrams per day. Additionally, no difference was found between mealworms fed only styrofoam and mealworms fed conventional foods, during the one-month duration of the experiment.[9] Microorganisms inside the mealworm's gut are responsible for degrading the polystyrene, with mealworms given the antibiotic gentamicin showing no signs of degradation.[10] Isolated colonies of the mealworm's gut microbes, however, have proven less efficient at degradation than the bacteria within the gut.[10] No attempts to commercialize this discovery have been made.[citation needed]"

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23 hours ago, Macnamara said:

Different peoples live in different climates with different dietry requirements

 

People are adapted to local conditions (when they aren't being socially engineered by corporate-socialist-globalism):

Hunter-gatherer humans mirror the reproductive behaviours and social structures of mammals and birds living in the same areas, study finds

  • Experts analysed historical data on the behaviour of 339 hunter-gatherer groups
  • They then compared this with information on local animal species' behaviours
  • The team said humans match the behaviours of local birds and animals closely
  • Environmental factors are key for humans and other animals alike, they added

By Ian Randall For Mailonline

Published: 10:42, 15 January 2021 | Updated: 12:46, 15 January 2021

Human hunter-gatherers find food, reproduce, share parenting responsibilities and organise social groups in ways that mirror local birds and mammals, a study found.

Researchers from the UK and Germany analysed data on the behaviours of foraging human and local animal populations from 339 locations across the globe.

They found that for nearly all behaviours analysed, humans were more likely to match the majority of animal species living in the area than those elsewhere.

For example, men tend to father children at an older age in areas where local species of birds and mammals also raise their first young later in life.

Similarly, humans mirrored local animals when it came to how far they were prepared to travel to hunt for food. 

The findings, the team said, show that environmental factors are a key influence on the behaviour of human populations and non-human species alike.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-9150557/Behaviour-Hunter-gatherer-humans-mirror-mammals-birds-living-areas-study-finds.html

 

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On 1/14/2021 at 11:46 AM, MarpatV2 said:

In some parts of the world people eat such things. Just because you think its a disgusting idea it doesn't mean its wrong.

 

 

It's eaten as a treat or a necessity.  Give them a chicken vindaloo and see their diet revert to fresh veg and or meat from the bone.

 

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