It Begins: Swiss Markets To Sell 'Bug-Feed' For Human Consumption After New Rule Change

Swiss supermarket to sell ‘bug burgers’ following loosening of food laws

Switzerland is renowned for its fondue and chocolate, but a more adventurous culinary offering will soon be available on supermarket shelves. Food giant Coop will begin selling insect-based dishes including “bug burgers” and “bug meatballs” next spring.

Coop and other Swiss grocery stores have long been prevented from selling unusual foods – including those involving insects – without special authorization. But when the federal food safety office (BLV) announced on Friday that it would be loosening its rules, Coop was quick to express its readiness to offer customers the chance to “discover a new world of flavors.”

It also spoke of the environmental perks, noting that “rearing insects can be carried out in a perfectly sustainable manner.”

Coop’s statement comes after BLV announced on Friday that from May 2017, it would allow any food product to be sold commercially as long as it respects food regulations. It cited benefits for consumers, businesses, and trade.

While Coop’s outside-the-box offering may churn the stomachs of many customers, it seems the supermarket is not alone in its desire to offer Western consumers the option of eating insects. More than 25 such startups have been launched in the US and Canada in the past few years, according to Fortune magazine.

This post is a follow up on: WHO Report Says Meat Causes Cancer - All 'Minions' Must Eat Insects 10-27-15 "By the creation of 'sustainability' guidelines - i.e. what is and what is not "sustainable", every facet of life on earth is to then be regulated. Every person, place, thing utterly controlled - within a global system... That's their grand scheme anyway... The 'global serfdom' is to be herded into "sustainable communities" worldwide, given solar and fed bugs. Bugs? Bugs, for one example, are cheap to produce - no pastures, no irrigation (water), no heavy equipment, etc. [see post: UN 2030 same as UN '95 plan]. Cheap is the key word - the entire motive. Cost management of the slave class ... which definitely includes an economical (i.e. cheap) and "sustainable" source of 'cattle feed'. As seen in this 5-'13 video, the human-cattle feed of choice is very clearly to be...bugs:" [see post; video]

See also: "Planned-opolis" - 'Sustainability' is Communitarian Totalitarianism 12-18-16 [see video]

Mark the event. Switzerland re-regulating their federal food-guidelines to allow packaging and sale of 'bug-feed' for human consumption without question is the setting of a precedent that portends the same thing being done worldwide. Reason is because the very thing really truly is the 'globalist' plan for future 'world management'. The reality of this as fact is indisputable - and the Swiss are proof that the next phase of that plan has in fact begun. Insects-as-food for the masses of sheeple/minions/sub-human-goyim is hard-coded into Agenda21, UN2030, etc..

Bug-food for the peons is a symptom, just one of many parts of the whole. The root of the whole is totalitarian control of the entire earth. It is increasing day by day now like nothing ever seen. Be aware the pace is not going to slow. The end of of it all can be one thing only. That would be the 666-system [link] foretold in Holy Scripture. If you do not believe the things of Holy Scripture...may not be a bad idea to take another look.

Rev. 18:4
The totalitarian dreams of the ZNWO self-elected would-be overlords of humanity will ultimately fail, because...
Ps. 24:1 'The earth is the LORD'S, and the fulness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein'

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

NWO elites sure do love to treat "people" like animals. Why don't they practice what they preach to the rest of us in order to show us what these pious, self righteous lifestyles look like BEFORE they tell the rest of us how to live.

Is it probable that NWO elites love their red meat? Me believes so. They can have their cricket flour complete with the parasitic worms that dwell within their abdomens.

Appreciate your work here, Tom.