CBS has declared that adding insects to the general public’s food supply is a “game-changer” in the so-called fight against “climate change.”
Radical “climate change” activists and globalist elites have been promoting claims that replacing traditional meats with bugs in the human diet is a solution to meeting the radical goals of the green agenda.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and the World Economic Forum (WEF) are powerful advocates for bug-eating who have been leading the calls to ban meat in favor of insects.
The media is now amplifying these claims in an effort to encourage the masses to replace the beef in their burgers with creepy crawlies.
Over the weekend, “CBS Saturday Morning” featured a segment suggesting adding insects into a diet could provide benefits for a world that’s allegedly increasingly impacted by “climate change.”
To counter meat, soybean-derived proteins, or other “high-carbon” foods, the network celebrated a new “climate-friendly” trend that’s recommended by “scientists” and “climate experts.”
The segment continued by describing efforts to encourage the population to eat insects to “protect the planet.”
“We all know how important insects are for the environment, but climate researchers say bugs could be a game changer in the fight to protect the planet in ways you may not have imagined,” host Dana Jacobson said.
Reporter Tina Kraus explained, “Adding some insects to the mix is customary in the kitchen in some parts of the world.
“Now climate experts think the protein-packed pests could offer a real solution to the global food crisis.
“Scientists in Germany are not pushing to get the critters your plate, they see another benefit.”
CBS interviewed one scientist who said their intention is to “make the world better” using bugs.
“To have a more sustainable production of proteins, we need this and I see insects as a perfect tool,” the scientist argued.
“And you can make so many things out of insects, and to make the world better.”
Kraus explained that this development is a reaction to the “large-scale growth of soybeans.”
Soybean growing has been “blamed for extensive deforestation” while the farming of bugs requires less food and water to sustain, Kraus insists.
“It’s estimated up to 1.2 trillion insects are raised on farms each year as companies race to find a high-protein, low-carbon solution to feed animals and the world’s population,” Kraus stated.
The hosts then suggested that eating bugs is a trend that’s growing increasingly popular around the world as the new industry races to keep up with the alleged demand.
“And with insect farming booming around the world, researchers are busy as bees looking for more climate-friendly fixes,” Jacobson concluded.
“Climate change” activists including global leaders and celebrities have advocated for people to incorporate bugs into their daily diets as a way to sustain the planet.
According to a recent study from Michigan State University, many bugs, contrary to earlier prediction models, are expected to survive and even thrive in warmer climates.
However, this push to demand that people eat bugs has met fierce opposition from decent-minded Americans across the country.
As Slay News reported in March, a Utah school teacher was caught on video insisting to her students that eating bugs is a necessity to help the environment.
“We don’t want to eat bugs and it’s gross,” the teacher said during a class where she fed insects to children without their parents’ knowledge.
“But should we be eating bugs?
“Yeah, because we’re killing the world by raising cows and animals.
“So we need to, not get rid of cows, but like, try to balance our diet so that not so much of our land is being used to raise cows, ’cause it’s killing the Ozone layer.”
“All the evidence has suggested, that we probably should be eating bugs – it’s good for the environment, etc.”
“There’s only one right answer to this essay,” the teacher added after instructing the kids to write about ways to save the planet.
“And it’s that Americans should be eating bugs.
“Everyone in the world is eating them, it’s healthy for the environment and there’s just, there’s only one right answer.”
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