Let me be honest; I cannot sit down to do the intensive research which this subject requires. I must confess I find the whole thing vomitous. I plead guilty for not paying enough attention to recent machinations. We have all heard of the World Economic Forum (WEF) and what it's about. And I vaguely remember hearing suggestions of having people consume insects for protein instead of meat and poultry. I was dismissive and gave it no thought. There are even videos of celebrities - Nicole Kidman - eating bugs. Like me, you may have put this down to a stunt for likes on social media. We've heard all that I hear you say, but do you know what is happening now?
For what must have been a very brief moment, I read with horror about one of Tyson Foods' latest moves. So, what was the move? Tyson Foods, a few weeks ago, took a minority stake in a start-up company named Protix.
Who is Tyson Foods? Tyson Foods, Inc. is an American multinational corporation based in Springdale, Arkansas, that operates in the food industry. The company is the world's second-largest processor and marketer of chicken, beef, and pork after JBS S.A. So, who is Protix? Protix is a multinational manufacturer and supplier of insect ingredients for animal feed and human consumption. The company operates the world's largest insect factory, located in Bergen op Zoom in the Netherlands. Here is how Protix introduces itself on its website:
Protix is the world leader in insect ingredients. We believe that feeding the growing world population should go hand in hand with protecting our beautiful planet. A huge challenge! Fortunately, the solution lies in nature itself: insects provide low-footprint proteins and other nutrients that can be processed into more sustainable feed and food.
For those who thought this nightmare and madness was a joke, think again! For those who thought this nightmare and madness was a joke, think again! This is now beyond an Orwellian nightmare! Tyson Foods is quite serious about this. Their intentions are to “upcycle food manufacturing byproducts into high-quality insect proteins and lipids.” This means the normalisation of bug consumption, which includes placing bugs into pet food, aquaculture and livestock production.
We are no longer in the realms of conspiracy theories but conspiracy facts. The introduction of stuff like this starts gradually and then becomes mandatory over a period of time. Only we can stop this madness because if we do not, we will suffer the consequences. As to how far these lunatics will go, your guess is as good as mine.
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