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Aug 21, 2022Liked by 2nd Smartest Guy in the World

How about we eradicate WEF.

World Peace and Healthy food for all

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Aug 21, 2022Liked by 2nd Smartest Guy in the World

I work with an international group and we are working to organize in the US and other countries around the world to get out of the UN. Luckily the US already has legislation we just need to organize and promote its passage. PLEASE join us at: https://withdrawun.substack.com/

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Aug 21, 2022Liked by 2nd Smartest Guy in the World

We were poor growing up. We were so poor we went to KFC to lick other people's fingers. When we had no food, mom would sit us down at the table and read the recipes to us. My little brother was hard of hearing so he damn near starved to death. But we were never so poor we considered eating bugs.

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Aug 21, 2022Liked by 2nd Smartest Guy in the World

I always thought the elites were just returning to their lizard insect roots, but your version is better.

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Aug 21, 2022Liked by 2nd Smartest Guy in the World

This is a brilliant piece of research. My extrapolation: Manufacture a food crisis - promote bugs as a food choice - offer the mark in exchange for real food as people's health further plummets - lose one's soul in this spiritual battle between good and evil in the exchange. Pretty darn diabolical.

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Aug 21, 2022Liked by 2nd Smartest Guy in the World

Disgenics via microbiome manipulation. Literally.

Madagascar hissing cockroach farms and 75

migrating locust farms. Parasites were detected in244 (81.33%) out of 300 (100%) examined insectfarms. In 206 (68.67%) of the cases, the identifiedparasites were pathogenic for insects only; in 106 (35.33%) cases, parasites were potentially parasitic for animals; and in 91 (30.33%) cases, parasites were potentially pathogenic for humans.

Edible insects are an underestimated reservoir of

human and animal parasites. Our research

indicates the important role of these insects in the

epidemiology of parasites pathogenic to

vertebrates. Conducted parasitological

examination suggests that edible insects may be

the most important parasite vector for domestic

insectivorous animals

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Aug 21, 2022Liked by 2nd Smartest Guy in the World

And just outside of Toronto, Canada is this. 😲😳😖🌛😩😫😵😵‍💫🤢🤮https://london.ctvnews.ca/mobile/holy-crickets-world-s-largest-cricket-processing-plant-coming-to-london-ont-1.5030830?referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fsearch.brave.com%2F

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Aug 21, 2022Liked by 2nd Smartest Guy in the World

In case you need another reason, to just say no, here it is:

https://www.livescience.com/62878-cricket-bread-bacterial-spores.html

#LetTHEMeatcrickets

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Aug 21, 2022Liked by 2nd Smartest Guy in the World

I did some looking around. It seems the problem of chitin has been known for years. I found a 2017 study entitled, "Lowering Chitin Content of Cricket ( Gryllus assimilis) Through Exoskeleton Removal and Chemical Extraction and its Utilization as a Ruminant Feed"...

"Background and objective: Cricket contains high crude protein level but it also contains considerable amount of chitin that may impede nutrient digestion and decrease production performance of animal [sic]."

IE, efforts are underway to get remove the cricket chitin because farm animals get tummy-aches and worse. People OTOH are being told it's "good for your digestion."

But brace yourself... there's more. Crickets can introduce new diseases all by themselves. This from a 2021 study:

"Insects generally have high reproductive rates leading to rapid population growth and high local densities; ideal conditions for disease epidemics. The parasites and diseases that naturally regulate wild insect populations can also impact when these insects are produced commercially, on farms. While insects produced for human or animal consumption are often reared under high density conditions, very little is known about the microbes associated with these insects, particularly those with pathogenic potential.... his will become particularly relevant as-and-when cricket rearing facilities scale up and transform from producing insects for animal feed to producing insects for human consumption."

NOTE: that was published in May 2021. Entomo Farms (formerly Next Millennium Farms) in Canada was founded in 2014, and by Jan. 2021 it was already raising crickets crowded by the millions into a warm, humid enclosed space of 60,000 sq. ft. After 6-8 weeks they are harvested. No mention of checking insect health during that time.

In short, they're using the same caution in producing 'healthy' cricket 'food' as they did in producing 'safe and effective' mRNA 'vaccines'.

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Aug 21, 2022Liked by 2nd Smartest Guy in the World

Grass-fed beef is what I eat. They will get started with bugs, and then it will be GMO bugs and they will escape and what a mess that will be!

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We have a choice! Either we inject ourselves to death or we ingest ourselves to death.

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Aug 23, 2022Liked by 2nd Smartest Guy in the World

There is a reason that people have an inate resistance to eating bugs. They are not a long-term healthy source of protein, and our deep instincts tell us this.

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Aug 21, 2022Liked by 2nd Smartest Guy in the World
Aug 22, 2022Liked by 2nd Smartest Guy in the World

Just, whatever you do, STAY AWAY FROM ORGANIC RAW GREENS, they know that's where the real medicine is. In fact, Russia is the biggest exporter of organic produce, another reason for Monsanto and other Big Ag firms to get their grubby GMO patent-profiting hands on their rich soil, as they did in Ukraine.

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Aug 22, 2022Liked by 2nd Smartest Guy in the World

Thank you for putting all this together. Excellent!

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Aug 22, 2022Liked by 2nd Smartest Guy in the World

Oh, they are busy those WEFers....... https://gettr.com/post/p1nofgxf7d4

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