This week we heard ‘snacks’ containing insects have been introduced to 1000 school canteens across Australia.

The company that makes them, Circle Harvest, expects over 6000 Australian schools to be stocking its products next year.

Circle Harvest’s founder, Skye Blackburn, said the snacks were ‘good for you and good for the planet’.

She also revealed that many major food brands have been quietly slipping insects into the food on our supermarket shelves without people’s knowledge for some time now.

Orange juice is allowed to contain up to five flies per 100ml, while flours and peanut butter may also contain insect parts.

“You are already eating insects – you just don’t know” she said.

Are you getting the picture?

They want you eating bugs as they deliberately collapse the world’s food supply and move to end meat and even vegetables.

They’re creating cricket milk, cockroach milk and even cream and butter out of these disgusting bugs, while spending billions on propaganda to ‘normalise’ the whole thing.

We will have worm patties, cricket lasagne and other godawful abominations forced on us by these “elites” who have no intention of eating the same garbage themselves.

The re-education programs are for you and your kids, not theirs.

Throughout human history, people have been repulsed by the idea of eating insects.

Not only do they taste disgusting and have a horrible texture in your mouth, but they are a well-known sign of filth and uncleanliness.

Insects feed on decaying matter: rotting food, animal corpses and human waste, all full of bacteria.  A danger not just found in wild caught insects, but farmed ones as well.

In the 1950s, a large number of Malaysians suffered a fatal infestation of harmful bacteria, which they got from eating dragon flies.

Insects are also the perfect vectors for parasites and viruses, many harmful, even deadly, to humans.

A peer-reviewed study in 2019 (National Library of Medicine) found that:

“Parasites were detected in 81 percent of 300 examined insect farms.  In 30 percent of cases, parasites were potentially pathogenic for humans.  Edible insects are an underestimated reservoir of human and animal parasites”.

The study recounts some of the horrific effects these parasites can have on the human gut and brain, but I’ll spare you the gory details.

Let’s just say, there are many good, well-founded reasons why insects have never become a staple part of the human diet.

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