The advertising around bug-eating is getting louder, but the truth is that bugs are loaded with parasites and are not healthy for human beings to eat. Turns out that bugs may contain pathogens, toxins, and be genetically modified. In the article below, Celeste Solum examines the many ways that bugs have been weaponized by the military. -JD
January 23, 2023 | By Celeste Solum | Shepherds Heart |
GO GREEN, EAT BUGS IS THE MESSAGING
By now you have heard the message loud and clear that we are all to trade in our delicious diets for a subsistence diet of bugs, grasshoppers, worms, and beetles. You know the food supply is shrinking by design. Many of you may be thinking eating bugs is better than starving, but is it?
The reports that I research and hear, and I am listening very closely, never give you some key facts about this new insect diet:
- These bugs will not come to you from nature, by mandate of the UN.
- You will not be free to roam around the countryside choosing which bugs to include in your diet.
- The bugs that will be provided to you are weaponized. More on this fact later in this article.
- The bug products will be 3D printed using energy, water, and air with microbes only for flavoring. You are skeptical? Look up DARPA’s Cornucopia Program which enables deployable, on-demand production of appetizing, microbial-origin food starting from water, air, and electricity with minimal to no supplementation. The program eliminates the logistical burden of food transportation, humanitarian assistance, and disaster relief operations.
- The bug products will be sold either by the molecule or 1/1000 of a calorie.
- They will contain a plethora of gene-editing platforms, pathogens, toxins, and therapeutics (drugs).
For instance, compare this US Army and Public Health Command Chart (2010) with the new experiments going on at National Agro and Bio BSL4 Bioweapon Lab located at Manhattan, Kansas:
Entomological warfare is a type of biological warfare that uses insects to:
- Interrupt supply lines by damaging crops,
- Directly harm “enemy combatants,”
- Harm civilian populations.
Many countries, including the United States, have used and will escalate entomological warfare in the days to come. How do I know this? The new NBAF in Manhattan, Kansas has an Insectary to advance weaponization of insects.
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