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Hollywood Elites Are Trying To Convince Americans To Eat Insects As Food Shortages Bite

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Nicole Kidman has joined the elite group of individuals who want people to stop eating steak and start eating bugs and insects instead. Kidman appears to be trying to get people to think that bugs like hornworms, crickets, and grasshoppers are tasty while filming a commercial for Vanity Fair.

Kidman, whose father may have been a member of a notorious international pedophile ring, says that “eating micro-livestock” is her “hidden talent.” She says that hornworms are “extraordinary” and crickets are “awesome… like nothing you’ve ever tasted.”

The Hollywood star says that fried grasshoppers for dessert are “exquisite,” and he can’t help but smile at different times during the video.

It looks like the elite want to force the masses to eat bugs and insects.

Across the US, food processing plants keep burning down for no clear reason, but a huge new factory has quietly opened and is making food out of bugs.

At the end of May, Aspire Food Group announced that in London, Ontario, Canada, it had opened the largest “alternative protein” food facility in the world that uses crickets as its main ingredient.

“Aspire’s new plant will reportedly produce 9000 metric tons of crickets every year for human and pet consumption. That’s about two billion insects to be distributed annually across Canada and throughout the United States,” a report noted.

Aspire boasted that it already has orders that will keep it busy for the few years ahead.

Westernjournal.com reports: Aspire claims that crickets are rich in protein and should be considered the next “superfood.” The fiber-rich food source is already found in grocery stores and restaurants, they say, and they “have a smaller environmental footprint than traditional protein sources.”

Leftists have been touting the “sustainability” of bugs as food for decades, of course, and quasi-government entities have tried flogging bugs for years.

Recently, New York Food Policy wondered, “Why Aren’t We Eating More Bugs?,” and the Smithsonian recently posted a whole section on its website pushing bugs for food.

Scientists and researchers in Britain have been trying to get the U.K. government to begin serving school children bug-sourced food in the nation’s government-controlled schools.

“Researchers are planning to feed bugs like house crickets and mealworms to children between the ages of five and 11 from four primary schools in Wales,” the Daily Mail reported in May.

The media also often pushes out stories about how humans should shift food production toward consumption of insects. Last year, Time magazine published a piece proclaiming, “How Humans Eating Insects Could Help Save the Planet.” The Guardian jumped into the game claiming, “The Future of Food is Insects.” And not to be outdone, left-wing CNN touted the topic, saying bugs are “[t]he food that can feed, and maybe save, the planet.”

Indeed, Aspire Food Group was born back in 2013 when Egypt-born McGill student Mohammed Ashour and his team won the prestigious $1 million Hult Prize for their research in insects as a food source for humans. The prize, presented by President Bill Clinton, propelled Ashour and his team to start Aspire Foods to further explore using bugs for food.

Aspire is registered out of the African nation of Ghana and now has facilities in the U.S. and Canada.

“We basically mapped out the entire journey of a cricket from hatch to batch and looked at every opportunity to collect data and apply automation,” Ashour told Food Navigator in 2017.

Ashour is hardly alone. Leftist billionaire Bill Gates has also been trying to push bugs for food. A group dedicated to developing bugs for food won a large grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation back in 2012 and has been working to switch humanity to bug consumption.

Gates has also tried guiding people into synthetic foods, as well. Just last year, Gates made news by insisting that the world stop eating beef and replace it with synthetic meat products.

Meanwhile, as the billionaire elites and left-wing scientists are trying to push us to eat bugs and chemically created, synthetic foods, America has been experiencing a growing number of disasters befalling our farms, factories and processing plants, putting even more strain on our already stressed food chain.

As prices continue to skyrocket in America’s groceries, we’ve seen one disaster after another. Last week thousands of fat cattle suddenly died — apparently of heat-related issues — in Kansas, more than half a million pounds of pre-cooked chicken had to be recalled over fears of illness and thousands of chickens died in a massive blaze at an Arkansas farm.

All that is in addition to the list of a growing number of facilities being destroyed just when they are most needed.

Amid all this destruction, a group of left-wingers in Canada is opening a huge facility to urge us to eat bugs. It may be a coincidence, but the timing is amazing.

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John
John
1 year ago

Well yeah
They eat babies brains & drink the blood of sacrificed children on a regular bases!
Its in thier nature.

Aime Hart
Aime Hart
1 year ago

When other countries watch American citizens die of starvation, Joe Biden will have such a tarnished and torn legacy it won’t matter who tells who to eat bugs and worms.
The people allowing the food processing plants to be taken out of service deserve no mercy when this is sorted out.
Joe Biden and his people are the crazy train. Can we get them and the people pushing bugs mentally evaluated please. I dare say they would win cozy and comfortable stays at some inpatient facility that maybe only serves bugs and worms.

Brya
Brya
1 year ago

Libtards really do walk in lockstep with the satanic globalists

david russell
david russell
1 year ago

Hollywood people are generally the most shallow people. Kidman is still attractive though. I suppose that’s part of the reason these folks can get away with their absurd beliefs.