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On 6/1/2022 at 3:59 AM, Tinfoil Hat said:

I've seen tribes dining on wichety grubs and others feasting on tarantulas - they gather up the legs and suck the innards out of the bellies. I don't give a monkey's pox if it's nutritious. It's not for me - I'm not Bear Grylls or a jungle celebrity munching badgers balls for fame and money (more like shame & degradation) and especially when the enforcers will probably be tucking into fillet mignon as usual. NO, NO, THRICE NO and fuck that for a game of conkers!

 

It's not that long since I read up on a project were scientists were trying to produce sanitised human excrement burgers for our consumption.

 

I also read in the last couple of weeks that the American Gov were stumping up fat financial incentives to induce farmers to simply stop farming.

 

Nothing about these plans has a anything to do with a benevolent intention to look after the iimpovorished.

 

 

 

I imagine the transition from eating meat to eating bugs is only a temporary stepping-stone to our ultimate food ............ Soylent Green.

 

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24 minutes ago, rebornsteve said:

MSM....

 

OTTAWA – The federal ethics commissioner’s office was flooded with over 1,000 emails, calls, letters and even faxes this winter from people asking it to investigate a conspiracy theory claiming some parliamentarians and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland are beholden to the World Economic Forum.

https://nationalpost.com/news/federal-ethics-commissioner-flooded-with-emails-calling-for-investigation-into-wef-conspiracy

 

It must be more than a "conspiracy theory", given that she is a graduate of the WEF's 'Young Global Leaders' and on their board of trustees. Of all of the "leaders" of the world, I'd say that her and Justin are in the most danger of having their necks stretched if the people wake up.

 

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On 6/1/2022 at 1:39 PM, JCP said:

 

Sorry, I don't have much faith in what an 'international group of scientists' try to sell, given their history. By banning meat they are essentially forcing it.

From the article you referenced:

Disclosure statement

Saliou Niassy is the secretary of the African Association of Insect Scientists (AAIS).

Sunday Ekesi receives funding from the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology. He is also a member of the African Association of Insect Scientists (AAIS).

 

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Entomophagy in humans

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

 

List of edible insects by country

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

 

Shit. Sounds delicious to me, especially compared to some hormone-pumped cow living on Monsanto seeded and sprayed grass. I don't know what the big deal is.

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2 hours ago, DarianF said:

 

Entomophagy in humans

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

 

List of edible insects by country

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

 

Shit. Sounds delicious to me, especially compared to some hormone-pumped cow living on Monsanto seeded and sprayed grass. I don't know what the big deal is.

I'm not up for crunching through bugs and the fecal matter thats still inside them when they cook them. But you tuck in Darian. 

 

"The presence of endospore-forming bacteria in edible insects is another major food safety concern, as the heat-resistant spores may withstand the common processing methods adopted for edible insects, such as boiling and deep-frying.

 

Spore-forming bacteria such as Bacillus cereus sensu stricto, B. cytotoxicus, B. weihenstephanensis and Clostridium thermopalmarium have been found in processed edible yellow mealworms, locusts and house crickets.

 

Improper cooling after the heat treatment of insects may therefore facilitate the germination of spores that allow B. cereus s. s. to multiply and produce toxins. Other lethal toxin-producing, spore-forming bacteria such as C. sordellii have also been identified in edible insects."

 

 

https://www.farmersweekly.co.za/opinion/by-invitation/the-possible-dangers-of-eating-insects/

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On 6/3/2022 at 3:46 PM, Doc said:

I'm not up for crunching through bugs and the fecal matter thats still inside them when they cook them. But you tuck in Darian. 

 

"The presence of endospore-forming bacteria in edible insects is another major food safety concern, as the heat-resistant spores may withstand the common processing methods adopted for edible insects, such as boiling and deep-frying.

 

Spore-forming bacteria such as Bacillus cereus sensu stricto, B. cytotoxicus, B. weihenstephanensis and Clostridium thermopalmarium have been found in processed edible yellow mealworms, locusts and house crickets.

 

Improper cooling after the heat treatment of insects may therefore facilitate the germination of spores that allow B. cereus s. s. to multiply and produce toxins. Other lethal toxin-producing, spore-forming bacteria such as C. sordellii have also been identified in edible insects."

 

 

https://www.farmersweekly.co.za/opinion/by-invitation/the-possible-dangers-of-eating-insects/

 

Like any food, if you prepare properly, cook appropriately, and only buy from reputable suppliers, it should be fine. https://www.canr.msu.edu/news/eating-insects-safely

 

Then again, as Westerners we don't have the historical / cultural experience of eating these things, so fuck ups are much more likely than with the food we are used to.

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12 minutes ago, DarianF said:

 

 

Then again, as Westerners we don't have the historical / cultural experience of eating these things, so fuck ups are much more likely than with the food we are used to.

Westerners were made to eat meat, milk, cheese, butter etc. Animal protein and fats. It's science fact😉.

Here is a map of lactose tolerance levels geographically. More red = more lactose tolerance. 

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Doc said:

Westerners were made to eat meat, milk, cheese, butter etc. Animal protein and fats. It's science fact😉.

Here is a map of lactose tolerance levels geographically. More red = more lactose tolerance. 

 

 

 

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Belongs in the evolution thread too. It's so lonely over there. 😐

 

 

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10 minutes ago, Doc said:

Westerners were made to eat meat, milk, cheese, butter etc. Animal protein and fats. It's science fact😉.

Here is a map of lactose tolerance levels geographically. More red = more lactose tolerance. 

 

 

 

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Look at Britain, we love it.

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The real reason they want a great reset and surveillance is the banking system. Control money and you control people. It´s a ponzi that will collapse.

Global debt with interest can only be paid with new loans. So eventually it always collapse. We are there it seems since central banks have tried to support the house of cards for a while. But now inflation is getting out of control.

 

The system must be transformed to something better or else the future is dark.

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5 hours ago, GC739 said:

The real reason they want a great reset and surveillance is the banking system. Control money and you control people. It´s a ponzi that will collapse.

Global debt with interest can only be paid with new loans. So eventually it always collapse. We are there it seems since central banks have tried to support the house of cards for a while. But now inflation is getting out of control.

 

The system must be transformed to something better or else the future is dark.

my comment will sound super dumb, cause it is. i know nothing of the banks

 

but is the debt even real?

I mean, who would really loan money when they know theyll never be able to pay it back? are the interest so astronomic as to make sure the banks will get more at the end?

 

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2 hours ago, Youknownothingbutyou said:

my comment will sound super dumb, cause it is. i know nothing of the banks

 

but is the debt even real?

I mean, who would really loan money when they know theyll never be able to pay it back? are the interest so astronomic as to make sure the banks will get more at the end?

 

 

It´s fake debt. Fractional reserve banking. They push a button and create many times more than they have.

They lend out the fake money and can steal peoples real house etc if they can´t pay back the fake debt.

 

Legalized fraud.

 

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11 minutes ago, GC739 said:

 

It´s fake debt. Fractional reserve banking. They push a button and create many times more than they have.

They lend out the fake money and can steal peoples real house etc if they can´t pay back the fake debt.

 

Legalized fraud.

 


Absolutely 100%

Fake money, fake debt but real lives that are lost and impacted by the people pushing it. vile.

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11 minutes ago, GC739 said:

 

It´s fake debt. Fractional reserve banking. They push a button and create many times more than they have.

They lend out the fake money and can steal peoples real house etc if they can´t pay back the fake debt.

 

Legalized fraud.

 

Ooh, you sound familiar to me. 🙂

 

Just because you're making a (correct) point about the thing that used to make my friend's blood boil. And with good reason. How the heck can it be legal to lend on paper what they don't have and make massive interest out of people for it. It's always been the case that if the lenders decided to recall all the mortgages & loans there would be insufficient money in existence to cover the debt.

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4 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

Ooh, you sound familiar to me. 🙂

 

Just because you're making a (correct) point about the thing that used to make my friend's blood boil. And with good reason. How the heck can it be legal to lend on paper what they don't have and make massive interest out of people for it. It's always been the case that if the lenders decided to recall all the mortgages & loans there would be insufficient money in existence to cover the debt.

 

And economic collapse in 3.....2.....1.....

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30 minutes ago, GC739 said:

 

It´s fake debt. Fractional reserve banking. They push a button and create many times more than they have.

They lend out the fake money and can steal peoples real house etc if they can´t pay back the fake debt.

 

Legalized fraud.

 

not sure if my question was clear. i meant, the supposed debt each countries have.

I know canada we owe 30 plus trillions...

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21 hours ago, GC739 said:

 

It´s fake debt. Fractional reserve banking. They push a button and create many times more than they have.

They lend out the fake money and can steal peoples real house etc if they can´t pay back the fake debt.

 

Legalized fraud.

 

 

And someone has to lose as there is never enough money issued to pay back the debt owed. So it's win-win all the way for the cabal.

 

 

 

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On 6/2/2022 at 10:35 PM, JCP said:

 

I imagine the transition from eating meat to eating bugs is only a temporary stepping-stone to our ultimate food ............ Soylent Green.

 

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Soylent Green Cereal" Photographic ...

I wait for ASDA Extra Special Elites edition...

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1 hour ago, bamboozooka said:

someone missed klaus schwabs memo

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-10896867/UK-government-no-intention-telling-public-eat-meat.html

 

The UK government has 'no intention' of telling the public to eat less meat in the battle against climate change, claims the Environment Secretary. 

 

1 hour ago, bamboozooka said:

someone missed klaus schwabs memo

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-10896867/UK-government-no-intention-telling-public-eat-meat.html

 

The UK government has 'no intention' of telling the public to eat less meat in the battle against climate change, claims the Environment Secretary. 

There’s lots of types of “meat” though. His family far is near where I live. I’m sure they’re already planning mass bug production 

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