One of the most proficient ways to weaponize food is under a plan of forced or artificial scarcity. The sustainability police are now active in pushing their green agendas and in the process, rushing the introduction of insects into the daily diet of the populace. Furthermore, certain food additives deemed “safe” by the FDA have been independently tested by researchers and show high toxicity levels in the body. For the ones who are awake, this burgeoning and deceptive food transition is increasingly difficult to stomach the mindset of those who continually swallow whatever they are sold. Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks about BUGGER KING.
We have been reporting that crimes against humanity are mounting in a world on the precipice of colossal change, our hope lies in Artificial Intelligence because we are learning that organic intelligence has been hijacked because a few degenerate elites have used the fear of death to get the weak to do their bidding.
Only banksters, politicians, and purveyors of the military-industrial complex seem to be thriving while ordinary people carry on in only one of three ways: in complete delusion and or in a renewed daily state of outrage and or in awful suffering. Mostly we struggle to pay all the bills and people’s food budgets have forced them to cut back on certain items.
With all of the volume and variety that we have been known for – we are now seeing the sad reality of product lines being narrowed and whittled away.
It looks as if we may all eventually starve to death – or that we will have to get used to foods that are similar to what you feed your dog and even then that may be worse.
The food consumed with family and friends at gatherings and holidays is not only culinary pleasure, it also could serve as an emotional link to the past or be the material expression of religion or which if you recall was at one time a deep-dish personal pizza at Pizza Hut with a red glass of root beer as Night Moves by Bob Seger plays on the jukebox.
Those were the days — the days where we all felt a bit regal.
Now though things are about to change as we see that Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and others want to reconstruct the food pyramid to eliminate the farm fresh foods, from dairy to poultry and beef.
Questions about things like land usage always seem to push an anti-humanist sentiment. Geologists are increasingly calling for the current epoch to be renamed the Anthropocene to reflect the profound impact that humanity has on the Earth.
Alarmists that hold the 2030 Agenda in high regard are proposing depopulation plans in order to create a balance in nature.
Despite the delusions of some environmentalists, there never was a ‘balanced’ nature before humans or outside of human activity.
Extinction has always been omnipresent in nature. Earth’s history has featured five mass extinctions, defined as a period of time when a large percentage of known living species go extinct.
Most famous is the K.T. Extinction that wiped out the dinosaurs. It just didn’t take the dinosaurs though — around 75 percent of species also went.
One enduring result was the extinction of dinosaurs allowed mammals (like us), the largest of which during the time of dinosaurs was probably the size of a raccoon, to eventually grow and expand given that there were no longer towering dinosaurs to hunt them.
The K-T Extinction wasn’t even the largest mass extinction. That honor goes to the Permian Extinction around 250 million years ago.
An estimated 96 percent of species went extinct.
The planet itself has no need to be saved from global warming — we need to save ourselves because the planet has been around even after many species have died off.
Leon Trotsky wrote in his 1924 book Literature and Revolution regarding the future of human technology:
“He will point out places for mountains and for passes. He will change the course of rivers and he will lay down rules for oceans. The idealist simpletons may say this is a bore, but that is why they are simpletons…. Most likely, thickets and forests and grouse and tigers will remain, but only where man commands them to remain. And man will do it so well the tiger won’t even notice the machine, or feel the change, but will live as he lived in primeval times.”
It is as if Trotsky was a transhumanist. The elite were always seeking out new technology to replace worn-out legacy systems and believe it or not the degenerate elite sees most humans as worn-out legacy systems that need to be weeded out — or as Hitler called it “sifting the human material.”
There are many ways to do this — but one of the most proficient ways is to weaponize food under a plan of forced or artificial scarcity.
This would mean artificially creating deficiencies in foodstuffs in order to replace the diet with things that the elite see as beneficial for the health of the individual and or the planet’s ecosystem.
An EAT-Lancet Commission report argues that a transformation to healthy, sustainable diets will require a greater than 50 percent reduction in things like sugar and red meat, primarily by reducing consumption in wealthier countries.
Any overt attempt to reduce meat consumption in the U.S. will run into a predictable ‘Don’t Thread on Me’ reaction.
Seeing this as a problem scientists attempted to introduce lab-grown meat — something that is a bit different than an impossible burger.
Something a bit more scientific and closer to a burger because it is made with beef stem cells.
The specter of lab-grown meat has lingered over the industry for years. It first officially appeared in 2013. Dutch stem cell researcher Mark Post, Chief Scientific Officer of Mosa Meat, unveiled what was billed as the first hamburger made by growing cow cells, rather than slaughtering a cow.
The cost to produce it was $325,000. Costs are falling slowly but surely. The basic idea is stem cells are taken from the muscle of an animal via a small biopsy under anesthesia. The cells are mixed with nutrients, salts, pH buffers, and growth factors and left to multiply.
They claim that it is meat taken from cow cells without the cruelty. At the moment this proposal is not cost-effective and so we are now being faced with the possibility of repugnant novel foods that some are calling peasant foods.
We have reached a moment where the degenerate elite have begun to propagandize the benefits of eating bugs and I am not seeing too many people speak out against it — in fact, it is becoming so mainstream that you are probably eating them and you don’t even know it.
Why do you think farms are shutting down and food distributors are being burned to the ground? Because the vultures are circling waiting tp buy them up or sell them out for sustainable alternatives.
Meanwhile, the paper of record The New York Times is in the process of preparing is for cannibalism.
Hollywood is too — and you wonder why you are getting that sick feeling in your gut.
It literally is a Satanic proposal — like what Dracula did to his assistant Renfield.
Renfield’s own testimony revealed in the old vampire story that Dracula would send him insects, which he begins consuming. He starts with flies, the death’s-head moth, then develops a scheme of feeding the flies to spiders, and the spiders to birds, in order to accumulate more and more food.
In his notebook, which Dr. Seward takes of control of by drugging him and stealing it, Renfield appears to be creating a crude food chain pyramid, slowly amassing the amount of life force he consumes.
Dr. Seward describes him as a ‘zoophagous (life-eating) maniac’ where he eventually dined on a kitten as well.
Notably, Dr. Seward fails to acknowledge that humans are constantly eating other living creatures; what perturbs him, then, is not the consumption of life but a matter of designation: flies are not considered to be ‘normal’ food.
He is right – what are we becoming if we start eating repugnant foods like peasants?
If crickets are going to replace flatulent cows then it’s going to take an awful lot of crickets to make a steak. This might be why one pound of cricket powder costs $46.25 and if organic $59.99. Canadian.
I can’t imagine how much it must cost to feed organic food to crickets but it’s obviously deeply expensive. And all this because crickets are apparently, by deductive reasoning, not flatulent.
I know I have said that Bug Meat is going to be a staple in our future eating –the question has always been, “How do you get people to eat bugs when they don’t have the palate for crawling insects and mealy worms?”
It is simple, you put it in the fine print of the ingredients label.
A company called Human Improvement has now created protein shakes that they say do not have a chalky taste. They say the way they improve the texture is by using Cricket Powder. They have it hidden in the label of ingredients as a natural sustainable protein.
According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, more than two billion people are already using this alternative source of food. In Latin America, parts of Asia, and Africa, insects are often considered basic foods, while in other countries they are touted as exotic delicacies.
They are considered novel foods now — but believe it or not, bugs and insect eating is facing some critical roadblocks as there seems to be no real regulations on how to introduce it to the western diet,
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) updated its novel foods regulation in 2015 (Regulation [EU] 2015/2283). Evidence must now be provided that edible insects are not harmful to health. After a transitional period, the established standards became mandatory as of 1 January 2020.
EFSA has already received a number of inspection requests for insects such as the house cricket (Acheta domestica), the migratory locust (Locusta migroria) and the mealworm (Tenebrio molitor). The first edible insects with EU approval could be launched on the market by 2023.
Insects that are newly approved as food contain proteins similar to those found in mollusks or crustaceans. This is why allergic reactions can also occur when they are consumed.
The proteins in mealworms appear to have a structure similar to those in crabs, shrimps or prawns . “People with a shrimp allergy need to be informed about this potential danger.
The prevalence of allergic reactions to insects is not yet known. A recent study from Thailand estimates that, when eaten, insects trigger allergic reactions in nearly 13 out of 100 people. The consumption of edible insects may lead to allergic reactions, particularly in people with asthma, hay fever, or allergic skin rashes.
Of course, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has estimated that the risk of allergy when eating insects is “rather low.”
The risk of pathogens does exist to an extent; especially when insects are eaten raw. This is true with most foods and insects that need to be treated with the same care as other food products.
Pesticides and herbicides can be a problem with insects that are gathered in the wild and are not grown on a farm for human consumption.
Being an allergen does not prevent insects from being used as a food source, however, it does mean that insect-based foods need to be tested and labeled correctly to ensure people with allergies don’t unwittingly eat them.
Given the dire warnings over decades of the decline in the insect population, it really doesn’t make any kind of sense to then dictate we should be eating them but then not a lot makes sense anymore so who are we to question why?
The sustainability police are now active in pushing their green agendas and are rushing the introduction of insects into the daily diet.
Since Canada is building the world’s largest indoor cricket factory somewhere in Ontario, producing four billion crickets annually cricket protein may be the first thing that people will find in their snacks.
The United Nations says that the market for edible insects could be worth $6.3 billion (£4.6 billion) by 2030, and 2 billion people already eat them around the globe as part of their diet.
Ikea’s secret innovations lab, Space 10, has spent a lot of time thinking up foods that are healthy, and sustainable. The lab is dedicated to creating meat-free meal options that everyone will enjoy, and they’ve come up with the Ikea burger.
About three years ago, the lab created what it calls Tomorrow’s Meatball, a line of products made with unique ingredients. One was made from artificial meat created in a lab, one was put together with perfectly good food waste, another was made of green algae, and one was made of nuts. The weirdest one, though, was made with bugs, dubbed the Crispy Bug Ball.
Each patty is made up of beetroot, parsnip, potatoes, and mealworms, the larval form of a darkling beetle.
The Bug Burger is on a white flour bun and topped with relish, beetroot, and blackcurrant ketchup, chive spread, and a salad mix. Space 10 promises, “One bite, and we believe you’ll be crawling back for more.
I look at food as a cultural issue — as when I lived outside of the country I was introduced to foods I would not normally eat but to fit into the culture I tried some interesting things.
I have even eaten chocolate-covered ants, grasshopper legs and yes, I even ate a cricket bar. I did not like the cricket bar.
Perhaps nothing provokes cultural sentiment more than food. The act of experiencing a distinct culture often begins with its cuisine.
Since there is a lot of political energy vested in what are considered cultural issues whether it be guns or abortion — I am really thinking that the last great part of a culture that needs to be preserved is the food we eat and that it be maintained.
While novel foods exist and we have a variety of foods for both carnivores and vegetarians — perhaps it is time to get political over the food we have in our culture.
They want to change the food pyramid to include insects, making them staples, and rather than making it a conscious choice they want to hide things in our food that may not be good in the long run.
For example, if you’ve been paying attention to nutrition headlines lately, you may have noticed a recent lawsuit that claimed that when you eat Skittles you are not only tasting the rainbow but you are consuming a very toxic rainbow.
The class-action lawsuit, filed last month in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California, said that Mars Inc., the maker of the candies, had “long known of the health problems” associated with a toxin they use in the candies called titanium dioxide.
Titanium dioxide is a chemical compound, derived from a naturally occurring mineral, that is processed and used as a color additive, anti-caking agent, and whitener, among other things, in thousands of food products across a range of categories. These include many chewing gums, baked goods, sandwich spreads, salad dressings, and dairy products like cottage cheese, ice cream, and coffee creamers.
One recent E.W.G. review concluded that “thousands of children’s sweets,” including Starburst and other candies marketed to kids, contained it.
Titanium dioxide is also used in a variety of nonfood items, such as certain medications, sunscreens, cosmetics, paints, and plastics.
Since 1966, the Food and Drug Administration has recognized the use of titanium dioxide in human food as safe, so long as it doesn’t exceed 1 percent of the food’s weight.
But despite its widespread use, studies published since the 1960s have raised questions about its safety. A 2015 review of mostly animal (but some human) studies, for instance, found that titanium dioxide did not just pass through the body, as research in the 1960s suggested.
Instead, the researchers found, that the additive could be absorbed into the bloodstream via the intestines and accumulate in certain organs, potentially damaging the spleen, liver, and kidneys.
A subsequent animal study published in 2017 linked titanium dioxide with an increased risk of intestinal inflammation, cancer, and damage to the immune system. This research was concerning enough that in 2019, the French government called for a ban of titanium dioxide by 2020.
And in 2021, another review of animal and human studies raised the possibility that titanium dioxide could play a role in inflammatory bowel diseases and colorectal cancer.
This year, after an assessment of the scientific literature by the European Food Safety Authority, the European Union decided to ban titanium dioxide in food.
This whole time we have been eating this toxic chemical and no one is the wiser because they sneak it under the radar with other ingredients.
In the 1970’s a scientist named Alex Van der Eb was able to discover a cell line from human embryonic kidney cells called HEK293. In essence, fetuses that have already been aborted are being used for renal cells. Those cells are being used as artificial taste buds.
The cell line has been cultured and grown in laboratories. Its primary use is as a protein or a protein vessel — sort of a natural test tube. It’s also pretty common and seems to be available at most laboratory supply companies and used by many R&D facilities. This cell line and natural test tube is used in synthesizing many things. One thing, in particular, is the food additive known as Senomyx.
Senomyx has been known to be used in Campbell’s Soup, Nestle Cocoa. Kraft macaroni and Cheese and Diet Pepsi.
On the company website, Senomyx describes research to find new ways to improve food flavors by taking advantage of the mouth’s taste receptors.
While the Senomyx Company says that they have no ties to stem cell experiments or the use of fetal tissue on their flavor enhancers Research on Google turns up a patent that was issued in 2008 for “Recombinant Methods for Expressing a Functional Sweet Taste Receptor,” in which a line item mentions using HEK293.
HEK293 are Human embryonic kidney 293 cells derived from a spontaneously miscarried or aborted fetus or human embryonic kidney cells grown in tissue culture taken from a female fetus in 1973.
It is simple, you should never ask the butcher how the sausage is made — it may make you want to eat something else — and who knows it may even make you desire the plump and delicious worm or a crunchy beetle.
But what is most disconcerting is that a percentage of the population sees no problem with this. They haven’t got a clue what day it is, and what happened ten minutes ago let alone ten years ago.
Most only see what is at their feet and rarely venture beyond their mailbox. Those are the individuals that have to be reminded what planet they are on.
They have become so infantilized that they don’t recognize that the planet has been hijacked and now eugenicists are steering this ship called earth. Many haven’t got a clue as to what is being planned next.
A certain percentage of the population, more people than ever are awake and are able to figure the situation out which makes it increasingly difficult to stomach the mindset of those who continually swallow whatever they are sold.