‘Eat ze bugs!’ was meant to be a joke. Those of us on the sane side of politics used it to taunt the World Economic Forum luvvies and their dodgy billionaire mates who were attempting to make a buck convincing idiots that eating bugs instead of steak was a good way forward for humanity.
Then the education bureaucracy teamed up with international food companies and started marketing insects to children, forcing their garbage ideology through a ‘thousand school initiative’.
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