‘The “you’ll eat bugs and like it” agenda is obvious and out in the open. Rarely a week goes by that we do not cover a new aspect thereof. This week’s edition comes from CNN. The channel’s new CEO, Chris Licht, signaled that the network will take a more middle-ground approach versus its traditional liberal positions since the turn of the millennium. Lucht started by firing host Brian Stelter. But it’s still CNN and it’s still mainstream media.
The network provided free advertising for “researchers” at Wonkwang University in South Korea. They presented a “meaty, savory mealworm powder seasoning” at the American Chemical Society fall meeting last week. In Hee Cho, one of said researchers, repeated all the usual talking points: “edible insects are superfoods,” “bugs are good source of protein,” etc. They hope their worm powder will “feel satisfying and familiar to consumers.” But now Klaus and company are taking matters to an even more disturbing level.
It started on September 3, 2019. Magnus Söderlund, a professor at the Stockholm School of Economics, did an interview on TV4 that day. The segment focused on “mannisko-kötts branschen,” which literally translates to “the human flesh industry.” While invoking “climate change,” Söderlund, who is also a behavioral scientist, said that human beings can be “tricked…into making decisions.” He went on to say that everyone needs to be “awake to the idea” of eating human flesh to save the environment.
Fast forward to July 23, 2022. The New York Times published an article entitled, “The Taste of Cannibalism.” The article talks about a recent strings of books, television shows and movies that makes humans “look…delicious to one another.” Granted the article isn’t as blatant as the Söderlund interview. But just like the “eat bugs” narrative started out slow and quickly accelerated this year, the same thing is likely with cannibalism. Stay tuned.’https://thecovidblog.com/2022/08/30/cannibalism-rockefeller-foundation-12-more-sudden-deaths/