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EU ‘Green’ Agenda Calls For Eating Bugs To Save the Planet

Urges that environmental goals “will not happen without a shift in people’s diets.”

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A new EU draft policy announced last week calls for “insect-based proteins” to be extensively promoted as a replacement for animal products, to save the environment.

The European Commission announced the Farm to Fork (F2F) Strategy, touting it as a “fair, healthy and environmentally-friendly” program that will focus on “increasing the availability and source of alternative proteins such as plant, microbial, marine, and insect-based proteins and meat substitutes.”

The draft noted that the program “will not happen without a shift in people’s diets”.

“Moving to a more plant-based diet with less red and processed meat and with more fruits and vegetables will reduce not only risks of life-threatening diseases, but also the environmental impact of the food system,” claims the strategy, revealed last Wednesday.

EU centric news site EURACTIV, noted that the policy is calling for eating bugs, and spoke to Constantin Muraru from the international platform of insects for food and feed (IPIFF), an EU non-profit organisation which represents the interests of the insect production sector.

Muraru lauded the idea of both humans and animals eating more bugs, saying that there is “enormous potential.”

“Currently, the EU is heavily reliant on the importation of feedstuffs, but the disruption in the past few months with the coronavirus outbreak has made it increasingly apparent that we must look to make our agriculture more self-sustainable,” he said.

“Insects can be produced locally and are a highly nutritious, protein-rich foodstuff that can be produced in high quantities in a small area,” he added.

The EU continues to push the idea of eating bugs, with its Food Safety Authority having approved the sale of bugs as “novel food” earlier this year, meaning that they are likely to be mass produced for human consumption throughout the continent by the end of the year.

“These have a good chance of being given the green light in the coming few weeks,” the secretary-general of the International Platform of Insects for Food and Feed, Christophe Derrien, told The Guardian.

The craze for eating insects stems from UN guidelines that “promote insects as a sustainable high-protein food.”

As we have previously highlighted, eating bugs has been heavily promoted by cultural institutions and the media in recent years because people are being readied to accept drastically lower standards of living under disastrous global ‘Green New Deal’ programs.

This will be exacerbated by the expected economic recession, or even depression, caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

This is why globalist publications like the Economist have been promoting the idea of eating bugs despite the fact that the kind of elitists who read it would never consider for a second munching on crickets or mealworms.

Unsurprisingly, restaurants are not seeing a big uptake for worm burgers, otherwise known as ‘bug macs’, or cricket based cuisine.

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Video: Senator Cotton Says China Should Provide Evidence To Disprove Coronavirus Lab Leak

“If the Chinese Communist Party has evidence to the contrary, they need to bring it forward to the world.”

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Senator Tom Cotton said Tuesday that the onus is on China to produce evidence that will dispute the global intelligence assessment that there is a high possibility that the coronavirus could have leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

Appearing on Fox News, Cotton said “all of the evidence — albeit circumstantial — points directly at those labs.”

“The fact that they use bats, that they research coronaviruses, that they have a history of bad safety practices, that the original person infected with the virus had no contact with the [seafood] market — all of that is circumstantial evidence to be sure,” cotton conceded.

“But, in intelligence questions, we rarely get direct or conclusive evidence,” he added.

“And, if the Chinese Communist Party has evidence to the contrary, they need to bring it forward to the world,” he asserted.

Cotton continued “Now, whether the virus was genetically modified or engineered is a highly technical scientific question. And, the weight of scientific opinion right now, [says] that,’No, this was a naturally occurring virus.’ But, a naturally occurring virus can, of course, be present in a laboratory where it’s being studied.”

“That is a different question from saying that laboratory may have had bad safety practices and there could have been an accidental breach which was the original source of what has become this terrible pandemic.” the Senator explained.

Cotton has been pushing for a robust investigation into China’s culpability from the beginning of the outbreak.

The Senator has slammed the communist Chinese government, describing its actions as “deliberately malevolent” when it comes to the coronavirus pandemic.

He has also suggested that Chinese students should not be allowed to study sciences within the US until the country has been properly held accountable.

Meanwhile, China’s UK ambassador has slammed Britain and President Donald Trump for “poisoning” their relationship by demanding coronavirus compensation.

Speaking of the lab leak theory, Liu Xiaoming said “such talks are a political virus. If they go unchecked they’ll poison UK-China relations and even international solidarity”.

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PJW is live discussing America’s suicide epidemic and why little is being done to address it.

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