You'll Eat Bugs.....VIDEO

You'll Eat Bugs.....VIDEO

This video gives us a (rose-tinted) glimpse of the fast-growing industry behind the elite push to replace natural meat with crushed insects as the main source of protein for the masses in the 'human herd'.

Released by Business Insider, it shows the farming of crickets for human consumption, echoing ongoing calls from far-left environmentalists to replace beef with bugs in the American diet.

The seven-minute video gives a glimpse into the work undertaken at Canada’s Entomo Farms, which according to the outlet harvests roughly 50 million crickets per week to use in food for human consumption.

Entomo Farms isn’t the only Canadian company mass-producing crickets in a bid to feed the allegedly overpopulated planet.

Earlier this year, Ontario-based company Aspire Food Group finished up construction on what has become the world’s largest “alternative protein” manufacturing facility.

Aspire Food Group aims to produce 10 tons of crickets annually for distribution in both Canada and the United States, and states on its website that it is “pioneering a movement to produce exceptionally high-quality protein with a low environmental footprint.”

Moves to demonize traditional farming and normalize the consumption of crickets and other insects have ramped up in recent years.

In 2021, Great Reset author Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum (WEF) argued that “we need to give insects the role they deserve in our food systems.”

Microsoft founder Bill Gates, who is considered the largest private owner of farmland in the United States and in 2019 invested $100,000 into an insect-farming start-up, has stated that “all rich countries should move to 100% synthetic beef.”

Likewise, George Monbiot, a British writer and environmental activist, told Irish state-funded media outlet RTE last month that agriculture destroys “habitats,” is one of the leading causes of “climate breakdown,” and pollutes the air and water.

“We need to switch toward other sources of food,” Monbiot said, arguing that “eating meat and milk and eggs is an indulgence we cannot afford.”