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Jul 21, 2022Liked by Edward Slavsquat

As a U.S. Expat - da bugs iz for da birds. Gimme a 'burger.

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Jul 21, 2022·edited Jul 21, 2022Liked by Edward Slavsquat

might want to know about the parasites before you try them, too late for me ive tried cricket powder its yuk

https://hiddencomplexity.substack.com/p/edible-insects-parasites-microbiome?r=14o3q9&s=r&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=email

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Jul 21, 2022Liked by Edward Slavsquat

You'll have to pry the red meat out of my cold, dead hands, you #(*&##&!!!!

https://youtu.be/nZoyE1B7HHA

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Jul 21, 2022Liked by Edward Slavsquat

I love that picture of the guy eating bugs. Great stuff.

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Jul 21, 2022Liked by Edward Slavsquat

Is that a real WEF video? YIkes!

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"The study found parasites in more than 81% of the insect farms. In 30% of those cases, the researchers found parasites that could potentially cause disease in humans (15Trusted Source)." Healthline

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Do you have any good recipes.

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Jul 21, 2022·edited Jul 21, 2022

The city of London: from cricket in India all the way to crickets in Russia

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When you hear that the under-populated country covering 1/6th of Earth landmass is resorting to eating insects, you know it's not about famine.

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Funnily enough Arte, the franco-german tv channel has just release a documentary titled: "How agrochemistry has killed the insects" !!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iuYrtygUJE

The Western madness knows no limit and the Russian investors have no creativity...

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Russians will not eat bugs when they can eat Beef, Chicken, Pork and Fish instead. Americans may fall for it, but Russians won't.

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What does the drifting video at the end have to do with eating bugs?

The cars all look to have functioning windshields.

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I still don't quite see the reason behind the push for 'vega' and for 'artificial meat' and the bug processing industry. Surely, there is proteinaceous substance in the bugs, but why is there such pressure on doing away with large cattle. Or is there something on the program that will cause the demise of large cattle and other animals, so the extermination must commence now, (under some vega pretext) before the disaster is unleashed. The disaster is planned for 2030: don't forget Gates and the WEF are gearing up for the Great Sunblock - a field of bubbles the size of Brazil must go into space to block the sun. Gates is paying Harvard to block the sun with other means. This means there will be an enormous pestulence, a smell of rotting carcasses all over the globe, when animals will perish due to a lack of light. Not to mention humans, but they will have been sufficiently desensitized to the darkness by means of the mRNA spritz that has conveniently disabled the human control center that is composed of pineal gland and other small glands, like the thalamus, inside the brain. For more info see Geoengineering and Consent, at zonderreden.substack.com. Time is running out, the parasites are chomping at the bit.

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All buggy, isn't it? that Russians would require crickets and fake meat to sustain themselves! Here in Canada, Trudeau is getting ready, apparently, to reduce nitrogen, as is now occuring in the Netherlands, and Gates now owns the largest swath of land in the U.S., bordering on Canada, as one of our once proud national railways. Crickets to all of it.

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