NPR Says It’s A Conspiracy Theory That Globalists Want Us To Eat Bugs, Despite Them Repeatedly Telling Us To Eat Bugs


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NPR said Sunday that the idea globalists are trying to force us to eat bugs is a conspiracy theory, despite the fact that globalists keep trying to get us to eat bugs.

NPR claimed that The Daily Wire’s Michael Knowles spewed garbage when he said that “the ruling class really, really wants us to eat bugs.” The outlet cited a few more examples of folks saying crazy things along those lines, and mocked the idea that this was ever a reality.

What NPR failed to mention were the rampant examples of globalists trying to convince us to eat bugs. After using Google for about millisecond, I came across this excellent piece from the World Economic Forum on the five reasons why eating insects could reduce climate change, and therefore is sO iMpoRTant To OuR sUrvIval.

Then I found this WEF piece trying to convince us that we need to give insects a role in our food systems. And another from the World Bank about how bugs are the food of the future.

Other examples include a statement from former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan in 2015 that begged us to eat bugs. The UN said something similar two years earlier. Years later academics started spewing the same bullsh*t.

But why would NPR publish such blatantly divisive piece of propaganda when there is so much evidence to dispute their claim? Well, it’s a typical macro-psychosocial manipulation tactic that starts with drip-feeding the normalized rhetoric of what the ruling class wants us peasants to think, feel, and do.

In this example, it’s convincing people to eat bugs by making fun of those of us that realize it’s just a tactic to avoid responsibility for the total mismanagement of global food supplies. As time passes, the rhetoric will change from “bugs are healthy and we should eat them to save our species” to “if you don’t eat the bugs, you are to blame for the global food supply chain collapse.”

The collapse of global food supplies will likely have nothing to do with the fact globalists never tracked food security in the first place, of course (sarcasm). These same globalists warned us in 2022 that a “global food catastrophe” was impending, but failed to admit that they’re to blame for the mismanagement.

Of course they’re trying to convince us to eat bugs as an easy means of avoiding their responsibility for how many people will die as a result of their uselessness. It’s the last card they’ve got to play before we start eating our dead.

Then again, I don’t think globalists care what we eat. I genuinely believe they want us to starve. Why else would they make such a mess of modern society?

Right now we have a totally unstable global economy that could go into full hyperinflation in the U.S. should the dollar cease to be the reserve currency. When this happens, forget about buying even more expensive food at the supermarket. We won’t have supermarkets. We’ll have chaos, and we probably deserve it for giving so much of our power to people who get richer the faster we die.

It’s not just our diets that globalists manipulate with this type of psychological tactic: it’s the way we think, feel, and behave toward each other. Have you ever wondered where your biases come from? And where you first heard something that embedded an idea in your head about our reality?

For more information on this trend of media-employed macro-psychosocial manipulation and how it has impacted your life, I highly recommend checking out this interview I did with nationally syndicated radio talk show host Joe Pags on Monday. (RELATED: The World’s Richest People Have A Plan For Food Shortages: The ‘Sniff Test’)

The only upside in this situation is how stupid it is. No one with common sense and autonomy believes anything NPR has to say. You’re reading this article on Daily Caller for a reason, and it’s because you can’t be manipulated by this crap either. I just hope you have access to food you can grow at home while we weather whatever happens next.