If we want to save the planet the future is insects!  The World Economic Forum and governments around the world are wanting us to eat bugs purporting they want to revolutionise Western food culture by introducing insects as a staple part of it and that insects are a tasty and highly nutritious source of food in order to reduce dependency on meat.

On a standard search nothing but how good and delicious bugs are. 
The edible insects coming to a supermarket near you
“Grasshoppers taste like pecans, mushrooms, coffee and chocolate” … https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-58636969

Why do people eat crickets and other insects?
“People use about 2,100 species of insects for food, with crickets being the most common insect food source worldwide.  Insects are a cheap, sustainable, and easy-to-produce source of nutrients and are especially rich in protein.”  https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/eating-crickets#why-eat-them

Tyson Foods to Introduce “Bug-Based” Protein Production In the United States
“Tyson Foods, Inc. (NYSE: TSN), one of the world’s largest food companies, has reached an agreement for a two-fold investment with Protix, the leading global insect ingredients company. The strategic investment will support the growth of the emerging insect ingredient industry and expand the use of insect ingredient solutions to create more efficient sustainable proteins and lipids for use in the global food system.  https://theamericantribune.com/tyson-foods-to-introduce-bug-based-protein-production-in-the-united-states/

But what is the real agenda?

“If you control the food, you control the people. That’s ultimately the end goal.”

All around the world, unelected globalist bodies like the United Nations and World Economic Forum are waging war against independent farmers, in an attempt to seize control of the global food supply, under the banner of the United Nations Agenda 2030.  They however will continue to eat meat whilst we are fed bugs! 

UN: Let Them Eat Bugs! Here is the report mentioned in this video

“Award-winning journalist, Alex Newman, sheds light on a 2013 UN report asserting that meat, chicken and traditional agriculture are “not sustainable”, and that a “major propaganda campaign” is needed to persuade people to eat insects instead.

“So how are they gonna get people to eat bugs? Well, a combination of propaganda, indoctrinating children and making you very, very hungry… The goal, folks, is not to save the planet. It’s not about global warming. It’s not about sustainable development. It’s about enslaving humanity.”

“They want to wipe out small and medium sized producers, centralise food control in the hands of mega corporations in bed with the mega governments. They want to move the population into the mega cities, and ultimately bring about this Great Reset and what they call the New World Order.”

Red Carpet Premiere—No Farmers No Food: Will You Eat the Bugs?

The trailer and interviews in this premier give a greater insight to the issue of farmers and the pushing of eating bugs and people’s personal perspective.

This groundbreaking documentary reveals the untold stories of farmers forced out of business and exposes the hidden agenda behind “green policies” that are pushing people to eat bugs, a global food crisis ignored by the world’s media.

To watch the full movie click on the image below

“If you control the food, you control the people. That’s ultimately the end goal.”

All around the world, unelected globalist bodies like the UN and WEF are waging war against farmers, in an attempt to seize control of the global food supply, under the banner of UN Agenda 2030

Farmers en masse in Germany continue to protest new taxes imposed on diesel(which would put many of them out of business).

At least 50 fertilizer production facilities have closed in Europe. This is stated in a report by Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group

Fertilizer production in the EU has become completely unprofitable due to gas prices. 75% of the cost of nitrogen fertilizer is the cost of gas.

The rejection of cheap gas from Russia, affordable potash from Belarus, is forcing the EU to shut down its production facilities, which used to supply all of Euopean agriculture.

Fertilizer production in Europe is almost completely stopped, which will eventually force Europe to buy fertilizer or grain as early as 2024.

They want us eating bugs

COP 28 United Nations Climate Summit

“Food systems – what we eat; how we grow, ship and cook it; and how we dispose of (and sometimes waste) it – are responsible for roughly a third of global greenhouse gas emissions. But for the better part of three decades, the final agreements that emerge from the UN’s yearly climate summits have left out the impact food systems have on our climate.
That changed this year in Dubai. The conference opened with a declaration on sustainable agriculture signed by more than 130 countries. For the first time ever, it featured a whole day devoted to food and agriculture and saw a food systems road map laid out by the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). Perhaps most strikingly, the final agreement document that was revealed at the end of the conference acknowledged sustainable agriculture as a part of responding appropriately to climate change.”  Read more…

As part of the ‘C40 Cities’ initiative—which has ties to the World Economic Forum—mayors in almost 100 cities around the world have set themselves the “ambitious target” of zero meat or dairy consumption, and zero private vehicles by 2030, “to save the planet”.

Foodborne Diseases in the Edible Insect Industry in
Europe—New Challenges and Old Problems

“Edible insects are regarded as a sustainable
alternative to livestock, but their microbiological safety for consumers has not yet been fully clarified.
The aim of this article is to describe the role of edible insects in the F2F approach, to discuss the latest
veterinary guidelines concerning consumption of insect-based foods, and to analyze the biological,
chemical, and physical hazards associated with edible insect farming and processing.”  Read more…

Products containing insects are creeping into supermarkets especially highly processed foods and drinks mostly marketed towards children.  Yet another reason to only eat natural foods or to become an avid label reader.

Carmine(E120) is also found in cosmetics.