(The Covid Blog) GENEVA — We’ve all seen the creepy, dystopian video produced by the World Economic Forum (WEF). You’ll own nothing and be happy by 2030. You’ll eat much less meat, except for the “occasional treat” by 2030. A billion people will be displaced by climate change by 2030.
That’s the ideal world for plebs, according to the so-called “elite.” And the COVID-19 agenda has hastened the New World Order/Great Reset. Elon Musk, for instance, was worth $27 billion in 2019. He’s now worth $320 billion, according to Forbes. That’s a whopping 1,085% increase in wealth since the so-called pandemic commenced. Bill Gates owns 242,000 acres of U.S. farmland, making him the biggest private farmland owner in the country. Jeff Bezos’ net worth is now $201 billion, up from about $115 billion in 2019. And the list goes on.
Meanwhile, millions of Americans lost their small businesses and livelihoods in that same time period. Millions more are now forced into experimental injections, masks, and passports if they wish to participate in this Great Reset Society. Many of the foregoing WEF goals sound far-fetched and even crazy. But most of it is happening right now and will only accelerate as the weeks and months pass.
E.U. food policy: red meat causes cancer
This is the first step in eliminating meat altogether from Western diets and dictating what you can and cannot eat. The European Union Commission earmarked upwards of €186 million to promote the concept of red meat causing cancer, and thus recommends plant-based diets. Note that red meat to the EU includes beef, pork, goat and lamb. But this initiative is not limited to Europe.
The so-called European Green Deal includes initiatives to also coerce Canada, Mexico, South Korea, Japan and other countries into giving up meat in favor of frankenfoods, which the EU calls agri-foods. There are already companies making lab-grown meat in both Europe and the United States. The EU says this initiative will also mitigate climate change and promote healthy eating habits, which implies that they actually care about human health.
The Centers for Disease Control found last March that 78% of Americans hospitalized with COVID-19 were overweight or obese. But Western governments have said nothing about diet and exercise for preventing COVID-19 and improving health. “Vaccines” are the only way, according to Western governments. The Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers Association called the EU’s policy, “willful misrepresentation of the actual research.”
You want meat? Eat bugs and maggots
There’s been a noticeable uptick in mainstream media stories referring to insects as “protein” and normalizing consumption thereof. Here are a few quotes from an Oregon Live article published on December 14:
“Bloomberg Businessweek reports that major food producers in Europe and the U.S. believe consumers eventually will be willing to eat crickets, beetles, mealworms and fruit-fly larvae, the latter being better known as maggots. This especially will be the case among younger people concerned about the state of the environment. Mealworms are clean, odorless and rich in minerals and vitamins, while maggots don’t really taste like anything.”
The Food Policy Center at Hunter College in New York City published an article on November 26 entitled, “Edible Insects: Why Aren’t We Eating More Bugs?” Perhaps the most disturbing quote from the article is as follows:
Using insects as food also shows potential as a way to improve global food security and malnutrition problems, especially in developing countries. Many insect species are densely packed with important vitamins, fats, and proteins; queen termites, for example, are given to undernourished children in some African countries because of their nutritional density.
Supply chain issues and food shortage are worsening by the way. Thus it makes sense that mainstream media have launched their eat bugs and cancerous meat campaigns simultaneously.
U.K. first to outlaw vehicle ownership?
Trudy Harrison MP is the Parliamentary junior transportation minister. She was a keynote speaker at the Collaborative Mobility Conference last month. Among many other things, she called vehicle ownership, “outdated 20th century thinking.” She advocated for the U.K. to eliminate vehicle ownership altogether and move to a “shared mobility” model. They’ll persuade and coerce the masses into cooperation using the same methods they used to dupe people in self-poisoning.
“Changing the way people consider car ownership and dependency will take time. Many things seem far fetched until they aren’t and I believe the same is true for shared mobility.”
The video below skips right to her speech.