Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 7 April 2024

No, It Does Not Make You a Racist to Reject Eating Bugs or Living in Pods

By Derrick Broze

The corporate media propagandists are working overtime to convince the public there’s no reason to fear eating bugs or living in tiny pods. 

In early March, NPR released a propaganda piece attempting to draw a line between racism and people who are questioning the agenda to encourage the public to eat bugs and to live in smaller spaces.

The opposition to these proposals sometimes comes packaged in memes stating “I will not eat ze bugs” or “I will not live in ze pod”, complete with faux German accent meant to mock World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab. The WEF and Schwab are largely responsible for helping propel the idea that bugs are the preferred protein source in the fight against climate change.

Independent journalist James Corbett does a great job debunking NPR’s claims that only crazy people believe there is an effort to promote eating bugs. He highlights numerous examples of the mainstream implanting the idea that bug protein is humanity’s future. Even actress Nicole Kidman was a good propagandist and allegedly ate bugs for Vanity Fair. While the NPR podcast does everything it can to avoid actually investigating if groups like the WEF are involved in promoting the bug agenda, the WEF YouTube channel and website are rife with examples.

The podcast also spends a few moments poking fun at those who are concerned by articles and videos professing the benefits of living in smaller spaces, sometimes referred to as “pods”. The NPR hosts are quick to let you know that only white nationalists and those suffering from “white guilt” are worried about pods. However, many critics of this effort believe the focus on smaller living spaces is part of the same agenda that told the public “You Will Own Nothing and Be Happy”, a phrase first heard from the fine folks over at the World Economic Forum.

This phrase was also part of the WEF’s Great Reset agenda, announced in June 2020 with a book from Klaus Schwab, and flashy marketing videos promoting the concept. The Great Reset was described by the WEF as a transformation of the economic, governmental, healthcare, food production, and technological systems which underpin all of human life. The WEF said COVID-19 presented the opportunity to radically change the world and The Great Reset agenda was their effort to do just that.

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