Dutch schools start serving mealworms to children at lunch | Eastern North Carolina Now | part of globalist anti-meat campaign

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The Dutch government led by globalist WEF lackey Mark Rutte is now serving mealworms as lunch to school children across the country.  This is part of the globalist campaign led by the WEF and UN to make us eat worms and bugs instead of meat.  It is all tied to the demands of the climate alarmists against meat.

This is the same globalist Dutch government that is trying to destroy their farming sector with draconian climate alarmist rules.  The Netherlands is now the fifth largest food exporter in the world, so that would impact more than just the Dutch.


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( October 19th, 2022 @ 6:55 am )
Not just the Dutch doing this.
Schoolchildren in Wales are being fed bugs as part of a research programme by publicly-funded universities “to educate children on the environmental and nutritional benefits of edible insects across the UK”, according to the left-wing i newspaper.

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