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Worms For Dinner?

May 8, 2021
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By Paul Homewood

 

News from the WEF, who are pushing for the Great Reset:

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https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2021/05/europe-insect-based-food-meat?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social_scheduler&utm_term=Future+of+Food&utm_content=06/05/2021+13:30 

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  Meanwhile, while Europe is eating worms, China will carry on enjoying a nice steak!

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Perhaps we should remind ourselves of the WEF’s Great Reset agenda:

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https://www.weforum.org/great-reset

24 Comments
  1. Chaswarnertoo permalink
    May 8, 2021 10:28 am

    The second word is OFF.

  2. May 8, 2021 10:33 am

    A diet of worms is not for me

    • John Fuller permalink
      May 8, 2021 10:49 am

      The old schoolboy joke! Appropriate, as todays’ western governments return to pre-enlightenment thinking.

  3. Thomas Carr permalink
    May 8, 2021 10:46 am

    ” The opportunity” above confirms the emergence of a religion.. It’s hardly worth the scepticism and derison is desreves. If this is what the WEF thinks will help our future then it has become so marginal as to be virtually irrelevant.

  4. AC Osborn permalink
    May 8, 2021 10:48 am

    I have been warning of the UN Agendas for years. The Great Reset is the culmination of those Agendas.
    “You will own nothing, you will be happy” OR ELSE.

    • Vernon E permalink
      May 8, 2021 4:07 pm

      ACB

      Me too. UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainability. Its long and tedious but needs to read at least twice to take in the enormity of it.

  5. May 8, 2021 10:52 am

    Worms should be left to look after the soil. The healthy soil can then be used as part of the chain to produce real, nutritious, healthy and tasty meat that we can all enjoy.

    • Ian Magness permalink
      May 8, 2021 12:10 pm

      Hear hear Phillip.
      Don’t forget, however, that they can be quite usefully disintered and impaled on a hook in order to catch “organic”, low-fat, free range aquatic protein. Yum (the aquatic protein that is).

    • Gerry, England permalink
      May 8, 2021 5:35 pm

      Well said, Mr Bratby.

      Worms can also work wonders with compacted soil and in forestry circles are seen as a very efficient way of working on compacted soil around trees. Burghley suffers from the success of the horse trials and had to save many of its finest oaks by mulching around under them and getting the worms to do their best. The trees are now recovering.

  6. diogenese2 permalink
    May 8, 2021 11:00 am

    The Diet of Worms, 1521, precipitated 127 years of religious conflict in europe culminating in
    the disaster of the 30 years war 1618-1648 which destroyed much of Germany. Of course climate change was the basic cause.This we refer to as “the little ice ago”.
    We have just had the 500th anniversary of this event, as we enter another solar minimum.
    Plus ca change……

  7. Cheshire Red permalink
    May 8, 2021 11:14 am

    I’ll give these things a try after I’ve seen Boris, his eco-bint and the entire government, Opposition and political class in all its glory, sit down to a public meal of worm-meal.

    Would you like fries with that, Prime Minister?

    • Ian Magness permalink
      May 8, 2021 12:04 pm

      … or flies…

  8. Fred Streeter permalink
    May 8, 2021 11:22 am

    Down goes the first one, down goes the second one
    Oh how they wiggle and squirm!
    Up comes the first one, up comes the second one
    Oh how they wiggle and squirm!

    I bite off the heads, and suck out the juice
    And throw the skins away!
    Nobody knows how fat I grow
    On worms three times a day!

    [Chorus]
    Nobody likes me, everybody hates me
    I think I’ll go eat worms!
    Big fat juicy ones
    Eensie weensy squeensy ones
    See how they wiggle and squirm!

  9. Devoncamel permalink
    May 8, 2021 11:36 am

    The great reset = social engineering and regressive authoritarian governance. It’s all wrapped up in planet saving fear mongering.
    Who will speak up for the poor worms? Not the Veganists surely.

  10. Gamecock permalink
    May 8, 2021 11:43 am

    I’ve heard that Brussels sprouts are edible.

    I suppose that, if you were hungry enough, you could eat them.

    Governments’ Great Reset objective is to get you hungry enough to eat worms. Time to get out the torches and pitchforks. Governments exist to serve the people, not to direct what the people can eat.

  11. Penda100 permalink
    May 8, 2021 12:05 pm

    Remind me who voted for the WEF and the Great Reset? Come to that who voted for the EU? What legitimacy do these people have to decide fundamental questions that affect our everyday lives? If Boris wants to follow these policies he might just come unstuck at our next General Election – we can always dream.

  12. johnbillscott permalink
    May 8, 2021 12:45 pm

    Looks like the regressionists are aiming for a de-enlightenment, or delightenment as the eco-loons and progressives, such a XR, would have us progress to a pre industrial world – except China of course.

  13. May 8, 2021 12:48 pm

    So WEF stands for Worm Eating Fantasy, right?

  14. May 8, 2021 1:09 pm

    Where is the empirical data based science behind the claim that we have to stop eating meat to “save the planet”?
    So cows produce methane. So do a lot of other things. It is the magnitude which matters. As usual with lefty promoted garbage there is no research of any merit to support it. This is classic juvenile leftie behaviour promoting a technical detail rather than any demonstration of tangible gross impact. This is how they pull the CO2 greenhouse scam. Yes CO2 is a molecule which vibrates when hits by certain frequencies of infra-red radiation but it is the magnitude of the effect and its relationship to the magnitude of all the other effects which is conveniently ignored.
    This alternative diet just appeared out of pinko greeny nowhere as far as I can see. Classic left wing fascism forcing their will upon others. If they want a crap diet then fine by me but that is not what this is about. It is about using this mad minority view and ramming it down the throats of the majority. I see dark forces pulling the strings and the wolves and hyenas ( the useful idiot zealots) marshalling the masses snapping at the heels of the majority daring them to step out of line.
    There has always been the mad hippie vegetarian lobby but suddenly not only in that case are they getting way too much coverage but the promotion skips totally to extreme vegetarianism ( veganism) which now is being promoted to mean vegetarianism. No mention of the problems with it especially the danger to children. No mention of how to supply enough calories and critical vitamins to people. Just the usual utopian garbage which so epitomizes the world view of the left.
    We are allowing every fruitcake on the left to had his /her/ it’s say regardless of how ridiculous or asinine the idea and the BBC and the other usual suspects promote it.

    • Up2snuff permalink
      May 8, 2021 2:29 pm

      George Monbiot who, if I recall correctly, has a slight grudge against Christianity (part of his upbringinging as a child?) spoke on BBC Radio4 about the harm done to our planet by the meat produced for food. He was adamant that sheep were as bad as cows but on checking I found that a sheep produces far less methane than a cow.

      It has become a religion, Global Warming, and is sub-dividing into various Sects of which Veganism is but one.

  15. Broadlands permalink
    May 8, 2021 1:36 pm

    The WEF and Great Reset is a focus on global “sustainability”. That buzzword requires close inspection… https://www.e-education.psu.edu/eme504/node/675

    The keywords in those Venn diagrams are Bearable, Equitable and Viable. Who will make the choices for Society between those three and the Economy? or the Environment? An important question.

  16. May 8, 2021 3:49 pm

    Worms seem to have been upgraded from pet food…

    Insect-based food ‘better for pets than top steak’
    By Roger Harrabin, BBC environment analyst
    27 August 2019

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-49450935

    • Gamecock permalink
      May 8, 2021 8:39 pm

      “Insect-based food ‘better for pets than top steak'”

      Better?

      ‘Pet owners are being urged by vets to feed their dogs and cats on a diet rich in insects.’

      What’s ‘better’ about that?

      ‘The British Veterinary Association (BVA) says some insect-based foods may be better for pets than prime steak.’

      Do tell. How?

      ‘The vets expect resistance from some pet lovers, but they say surveys suggest many would accept insect-based food.’

      What’s ‘better’ about that?

      ‘Advocates say insect protein provides a more environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional pet food.’

      C’mon, man, you are supposed to be telling me how it is ‘better.’

      ‘Simon Doherty, the BVA president, told BBC News: “There’s a really exciting future for the use of insect protein for companion animals.’

      Pardon me for not being excited.

      ‘“It’s a fantastic opportunity – looking at insects to provide alternative sources of some of the nutrient ingredients we use in pet food diets.”’

      What? How? What’s better about it for the pets?

      ‘He said it was essential to find food sources that did not deplete the soil or water, or fuel climate change, and added that it was better for meat to be fed to people than pets.’

      Okay, this is getting stupid. Cats are carnivores; humans are omnivores. You’re telling me the president of the BVA doesn’t know that? He is OBVIOUSLY lying. And Harrabin knows it, too, so he is lying.

      ‘What are the benefits of protein from insects?’

      Okay, now we are finally getting to the meat of it:

      ‘Farmed insect protein is typically raised on human food waste. Protix, a Dutch firm which claims to have the world’s biggest insect farm, estimates that compared with beef, insect-based foods use 2% of the land and 4% of the water per kg of protein.
      Insect farming’

      HTF does this benefit pets?

      Enough of this. Poorly written. Bad science. BBC.

  17. Gamecock permalink
    May 8, 2021 10:47 pm

    How can you have any pudding . . . ?

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