Soylent Green in 2022? Chitinization of the Human Organism by an Insectivorous diet based on the Recycling of Agro-Industrial Wastes, Plastics of all kinds, Human Excrements… and soon of Human Corpses?

Chapter 3 of “Orchestration of a Pandemic Famine”


Declaration of Intentions… with a few lengthy digressions


European Regulations and Insectivore Propaganda

In 2023, the COP 27 has put the spotlight on “protein alternatives”

The World Economic Forum, led by Klaus Schwab, is one of the major actors in the relentless, and universal, promotion of insectivorous or cellular food

Food Systems Summit of September 2021: a coup by Klaus Schwab imposing a chimerical and hyper-technological Food

McKinsey’s “regenerative agriculture” simulator: the foundation of the “alternative protein” production industry in France

Impact of Edible Insects, in the Food, for Fish, Animal and Human Organism Health

Edible Insects as Vectors of Pathologies

Recycling of industrial plastics, and production of recyclable plastics, by the larvae of the Yellow mealworm beetle and other plastivorous insects

Toxicity of plastics, of all kinds, in plastivorous insects

Toxicity of plastics, of all kinds, in other organisms

Capacities of chitin, chitosan – and insects – to adsorb heavy metals and other pollutants…

Food recycling of Human Excrement: and soon of Human Corpses?

Appendix 1. Chitin and chitosan are also fundamental elements of “cellular agriculture”


Declaration of Intentions… with a few lengthy digressions

Nowadays, in USA, in Canada, in United Kingdom, in western Europe, bugs are hidden everywhere: multigrain bread and rolls, crackers and breadsticks, cereal bars, dry pre-mixes for baked products, biscuits, dry stuffed and non-stuffed pasta-based products, sauces, processed potato products, legume- and vegetable-based dishes, pizza, pasta-based products, whey powder, meat analogues, soups and soup concentrates or powders, maize flour-based snacks, beer-like beverages, chocolate confectionary, nuts and oilseeds, snacks other than chips, and meat preparations, etc… as nauseam.

And hardly anybody is paying attention. For having lived 25 years in USA, I am utterly convinced that the situation is still worse there. Why? Because, authentic labeling is absent, on conventional food-products, and because most of the organic sector is a huge joke and reap-off. Mama Mia! La Mega Mafia.

As the new regulation of the European Commission, on January 3rd, 2023, stipulates in its articles 3 and 7, the authorization, in Europe, of a fourth edible insect (House Cricket) is “intended for the general population”. No kidding? What about the non-general population? Do they mean than chitin is not intended for the self-proclaimed demented and psychopathic elites?

Today, the buggies are everywhere in the “food” and nobody knows! As the junkies of the auto-proclaimed World Economic Forum prophesy: «You will own nothing, you will eat bugs and you will be happy».

Ecce Homo chimericus!

Today, and until Agriculture and Animal Husbandry have completely disappeared from the lands of Europa – if the People do not “Reset”, terminally, the demented orchestrators of Social Evil from the Davos gang – the insect protein industry is, to a large extent, dependent on the waste products of this ancient food production sector and, thus, on the farmers.

The insect protein industry reinforces the practices of conventional, chemical, synthetic and biocidal agriculture, insofar as no organic waste is returned to the nourishing soil – since it is dedicated to feeding the insects – unlike the practices of organic and bio-dynamic agriculture.

In this essay, my transparent and declared objective, is to highlight that the recycling of human excrement to feed insects, which will provide toxic protein-foods to humans, is the inescapable outcome, in the long run, of the “circular food” that the gang, of the World Economic Forum, wants to impose – of course, for the very good fortune of the plebeian masses, the poor “proletarian” nobodies who own nothing… but their own offspring.

“In the long run”, from a chronological point of view… because this practice of recycling human excrements – to feed insects that will feed humans – is already in place in Africa (in schools in Nigeria, for example).

Human excrements have already been proposed as recycled elements to produce water, fertilizers, etc. For example, with this 2020 study entitled “Human excreta as crop fertilizer? Recycled waste can improve yields and reduce groundwater contamination.[163] Or this other study “Human Excreta: A Future Solution to Water and Food Scarcity.[164]

Why such a re-circulation of human excrement? Because one of the objectives of the so-called “Great Reset” – which the World Economic Forum would like to orchestrate for our own good – is to eliminate, purely and simply, agriculture and animal husbandry… whether conventional or organic. So, without in vivo “secondary flows”, derived from agriculture and animal husbandry, it will be impossible to feed the future insect mega-factoriesexcept with all kinds of plastics, human excrements… and, eventually, human corpses – as some have already envisaged it. And it is, in part, the purpose of this voluminous essay to discuss all these issues.

So, why “Green Soylent in 2022” in the title? Because Green Soylent, an old movie awarded at the Avoriaz Festival, in 1974, has strongly marked our youth as environmental activists or – as a talk of the past – ecologists.

Caveat. The term “ecologist” is to be taken in its most etymological interpretation, “oikos/logos” / “the discourse about the home”, and not in its most abject political and sociological interpretation – namely at the service of Neo-Zionism and Bolshevism. In France, the Green vaccination-freak, Yannick Jadot, is the most abject manifestation of what Green Neo-Zionism has generated.

The “Greens” can be only be fathomed in the light of their being an emanation of Klaus Schwab, and of the World Economic Forum – which have been around, for more than half a century, sowing social chaos through Division, Duplicity and Domination – eventually, to implement the Destruction of the Peoples. The “Greens are nothing but militarist puppets activated, since the 80s, by Klaus Schwab. In Europe, the “Greens have been complicit in the massacres in Kosovo as well as in Libya – and, today, in Ukrainebecause the Ukrainian soldiers are nothing but canon-fodder for the sake of the whole destruction of Europe.

Indeed, Green Soylent was one of the first movies to evoke, in 1973, what many science-fiction, or ecology-fiction books, had already described – since the rise of this literary trend: namely the absolute and integral “circular feed”… such as the recycling, in food/pill, of corpses in the film. This movie was, also one, of the first to attribute the social and ecological catastrophe to the “Anthropic Carbon Dioxide Global Warming” (TradeMark).

Have you read the science-fiction books of the pioneers – those who didn’t need to copy and paste? I mean, in the 60s and 70s, at the risk of sounding like an old fart, Frank Herbert, John Brunner, Philip K. Dick, Ursula Le Guin…? I have read them all, sometimes several times, in French or in English. Thus, the concept of human “recycling”, on the planet Dune, invented by Frank Herbert, in 1965, is ultimate.

Have you read “The Sheep Look Up”, John Brunner’s arch-prophetic work of ecology-fiction, written in 1973? It inspired me a lot in my youth, and it is surely not a coincidence that I had the privilege, 40 years later, of writing a sequence of articles about “la Bio Piratée” – published on the blog of the Kokopelli Association… Because, today, a large part of the so-called organic sector is under the total control of multinationals – the same ones that invest in the production of insect foods and in cellular agriculture.

Moreover, the movie Soylent Green” takes place in New-York… in 2022! This movie is inspired by the novel “Make Room! Make Room!” – which is a very suitable logo for the genocidal, planet-wide depopulating and eugenist program of Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab and all their minions.

Note that the translation “Soleil Vert”, in French, for “Soylent Green” is totally out of place, and unavailing. “Soylent Green” refers to the alleged components of these nutrient pills for the poor: soy and plankton – two foods for the poor that should be minimized, or eliminated, from the human diet… unless the soy is fermented to destroy its allergenic proteins.

Soybeans, unless fermented, constitue one of the most toxic foods in the world. Only the poor in Asia eat soy food. When, 20 years ago, an Illinois university did the analysis of around 10 000 varieties of soybeans, from the USDA GRIN seed bank, only a few varieties did not have, in their make-up, the proteins which are responsible for allergies – and these allergenic proteins are many. [71]  [72]

And what a coincidence – as I am finalizing this article – to discover an article, dated November 7, 2022, on France-Intox, with the title Soylent Green”, 50 years ago science fiction had predicted 2022”. [87]The “journalist”, Elsa Mourgues – fed on haystack… like many of her kind – succeeded in talking only about the “prophetic” announcement of a “heat wave” in 2022. Which heat wave, by the way? When the subject of the film is, moreover, anthropophagy!

The film Soylent Green has nothing to do with a non-existent Anthropogenic Global Warming and everything to do with the human consumption of human corpses – disguised as cookies allegedly made of soy and plankton.

Anthropogenic Global Warming is nothing but a fake atmospheric Al-Gorithm fed in the computers of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change!!!

We are not yet at the stage of anthropophagy… but we seem to be getting closer when a press article mentions the use of human corpses fed to gluttonous insects… in order to generate protein for human food.

Today, insect meal – fed with what waste? – is, surreptitiously, introduced into human food: cereal bars, granola bars, pasta, shakes, hamburgers, pastries, fake vegan meat, etc. The sports world – which is already suffering considerably from graphene injections – is particularly targeted by insectoid foods.

In conclusion, of this Declaration of Intentions, it must be emphasized that the demented Globalists have been promoting chemical, synthetic, toxic and biocidal agriculture for decades… since the Marshall Plan was announced on June 5, 1947.

The Marshall Plan, of 1947, was orchestrated by the military-industrial complex in order to set up an intensive war agriculture in Europe. It came after the two Great World Slaughters, orchestrated by the same military-industrial complex, which allowed the genocide of tens of millions of Russian, German, French and Italian peasants, etc. Namely, white peasant mouths, useless to feed – as the psychopathic autist Yuval Noah Harari would say – because the Globalists had decided to intensify intensive synthetic agriculture. Europe has been persecuted for 2000 years.

Modern farming is a war-farming: tractors are coming from war tanks; the agricultural fertilizers are coming from the bombs and the synthesis of ammonia; the agricultural biocides are coming from the mustard gazes. Modern farming kill the weeds, the insects, the fungi, the bacterias… in order to feed the Peoples – and, eventually, to kill them.

It should be noted that 1947 was a particularly active year for the eugenist Globalists. It was in fact in this year that they launched a multitude of organizations, campaigns, impulses, etc: Independence of India and Pakistan; Start of operation of the IMF (International Monetary Fund); Creation of GATT (General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade), the forerunner of the World Trade Organization; Beginning of the Cold War; Beginning of the decolonization of the French colonies (1947-1975); Construction of the first generation of modern computers; Creation of the first transistors, the foundation of information technology, in Bell’s laboratories; George Orwell writes 1984: “Big Brother is watching you! !” – without forgetting the Discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the recognition, in June 1947, of the nature of the Nag Hammadi Codex, (discovered by a Bedouin in December 1945), by the French scholar, Jean Doresse. [131]

This chemical, synthetic and deadly agriculture has destroyed a large part of the insect world in Europe, and elsewhere, by spreading a hyperbolic concentration of agro-toxic substances in the fields.

Thus, a German study, of 2017, declared that it prevails a decrease of more than 75%, over the last 27 years, of the total biomass of flying insects in protected areas. According to their findings, this corresponds to a seasonal decline of 76%, and a mid-summer decline of 82% in flying insect biomass over the 27 years of study. [130]

For example, in Europe, one third (31%) of Europe’s 435 butterfly species have declining populations and 9% are already threatened with extinction.

Thus, a German study, from 2019, concluded that: «Here we analyze data from more than one million individual arthropods (about 2,700 species), from standardized inventories conducted between 2008 and 2017 at 150 grassland, and 140 forest sites, in 3 regions of Germany. Overall gamma diversity in grasslands and forests decreased over time, indicating a loss of species across sites and regions. In annually sampled grasslands, biomass, abundance and number of species decreased by 67%, 78% and 34%, respectively.»

Rachel Carlson called it “Silent Spring” – in 1963. I have had the privilege to write an hommage to Roger Heim [69] who wrote the introduction, for the French edition, of her mind-blowing, and whistle-blowing, book . Roger Heim is one of my heroes – one of my Jewish Stars – if I may as a Celtic Goyim. It was Roger Heim who introduced the magic Mushrooms of Maria Sabina in France.

Roger Heim wrote the following about Rachel Carson and John Kennedy – as he was himself present on this very special day. «On October 22, 1963, in the Hall of Congress in Washington, before an attentive and vibrant audience, during the celebration of the first centenary of the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, President John Kennedy delivered a remarkable speech, which was undoubtedly the last one before the atrocious tragedy which was to eliminate from the international arena one of the most penetrating minds of our time. In this speech, the President of the United States, setting an example for other heads of state, dealt firmly and precisely with the major theme of pollution by chemical substances spread in profusion, the destruction of natural balances, and soil erosion. The immense assembly that listened to him already knew the magnitude of the challenge. Unquestionably, it was enlightened and it reacted in unison in a frenzied explosion of acclamations. Rachel Carson’s name, on every lip, stood out among those whose weight or struggle supported such a statement. John Kennedy’s focus was on perhaps the most serious problem facing our century. Here again, his intelligence and his courage completed the outline of the man, I mean the one who deserves his name. I came away from this moving ceremony less pessimistic: something had changed in the United States».

Today, these same demented Globalists are promoting insectivorous food – namely the promotion of gigantic protein production units based on the breeding of trillions and trillions of insects. With what sustainability? With what practices totally disrespectful of Life? With what future? And, above all, with what objectives? Cui bono?

I challenge all the industrialists of insect production in mega-factories, and all their lying propagandists, to bring any contradiction to what I enumerate in this very long article as well as in the previous one, entitled “Homo chimericus: the processes of Chitinization, by the insectivorous food, in synergy with the processes of Graphenization, are going to generate a new chimerical and connected human organism”.

Indeed, there is no doubt that the same will be true for the vast insect food warehouses covering hectares, on multiple floors. They will become gigantic breeding grounds for pathogenic microbes (bacteria, parasites and fungi) that will decimate trillions upon trillions of insects in their concentration camps.

The concentration fields of tens of thousands of cattle (including organic ones) – as we filmed them, with Ananda, a dozen years ago, in Colorado, with their lakes of excrement – do not exist in France. But these concentration fields/factories, for insects that number in the trillions, are being installed

Two essential questions arise. Once the Globalists have destroyed the entire agricultural-livestock sector – as well as all related bio-masses – will plastic waste of all kinds, and human excrement, be sufficient to supply the mega-factories for the manufacture of insect proteins… or will it be necessary to feed them, as in Soylent Green, with human corpses?

Finally, when the insects, of the Globalist Mafia, have all perished in their pathogenic culture broths – despite antibiotics, fungicides and anti-parasites – will it be necessary to resort, as in Soylent Green, to human corpses in order to feed the populations… who would try to survive?



I have not addressed the topic of insects – in what is termed “human nutrition” – since my last essay, entitled “Chimerization of Exterminating Male Insects: A Pretext for the Great Replacement?”  [1], from October 2019, which is part of a sequence of five essays on chimeric insects and the mega-industrial production of insect-based – or “cellular agriculture” – fake meat, eggs, milk, leather, etc., including a final essay on the processes of chitinization of food in synergy with the processes of graphenization.

My other four essays are entitled: Mes quatre autres essais sont intitulés: “Homo chimericus: les processus de Chitinisation, par l’alimentation insectivore, en synergie avec les processus de Graphénisation, vont engendrer un nouvel organisme humain chimérique et connecté” [5], “L’Agriculture Cellulaire, Chimérique et Confinée en Cuves Stériles” [2], “Les insectes chimériques sont-ils le dernier radeau de l’agriculture pesticidée?” [3] et “La loi Biodiversité de juillet 2016 : un tremplin pour les insectes chimériques dans l’agriculture?” [4].

Since October 2019, several companies in the entomoculture sector have been created or restructured through acquisitions… encouraged, all the more, by the authorizations granted by the European Commission – namely by all the technocratic mafiosi minions placed, by Klaus Schwab, in the position of “European” authorities.

Insectivorous food is, strictly speaking, part of the genocidal program of Klaus Schwab’s “Great Reset” (TradeMark)… in the same way, of course, as “vegan” food (produced with many chimerical transgenic yeasts and other chimerical bricolages) and in the same way as cellular agriculture which produces false meat, false milk, false leather, false eggs, false remedies, false THC, false artemisinin… in metallic tanks using, also, more chimerical substances than less.

Moreover, due to the programmed destruction, by the Globalists, of all the economic means of survival of the populations, all these “humanitarian” forked tongues sing their dithyrambic couplets to praise the virtues of insect-based food for the poor, the unemployed, the homeless… or for malnourished children.

For example, one study, from April 2022, focuses on the potential use of edible insects in supplemental foods for children…. suffering from malnutrition. [42] 

For example, Aldi, the discount supermarket chain, has just announced that it will start marketing food insects… in order to feed the poor! [102]

In this essay, my objective is to approach the subject of insectivorous food – that is, the chitinization of the human organism – with regard to the evolution, over the last three years, of its different vectors and its different practices: research, commercialization, false propaganda, misleading advertisements, use of agricultural inputs, recycling of plastics, recycling of human excrement… To end up with the eventual recycling of human corpses?

… without forgetting the vectors of financing of this insectoid industrial sector, by notorious criminals, as well as the vectors of administrative protection… by other notorious and criminal technocrats.

It is, then, to highlight the various pathologies from which the mega-farms, of food insects, suffer and, consequently, the various pathologies from which humans will suffer by consuming, regularly, this type of food not adapted to their metabolism.

The imposition, on the Peoples, of an insectivorous diet not adapted to humans – and arch-toxic, moreover – constitutes one of the key elements in the Orchestration of the Pandemic Famine and the systematic Destruction of agriculture and animals husbandry…

Without even mentioning, in synergy with Graphene, its impact on the human organism, which it will mutate, chitinize, hydrogelize, polymerize – and, eventually, connect to the Web.

European Regulations and Insectivore Propaganda

Today, officially, only four species of edible insects have been evaluated and authorized by the arch-corrupted technocrats of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). These are the Migratory Cricket (Locusta migratoria), the Mealworm (Tenebrio molitor), the Domestic Cricket (Acheta domesticus) and the tropical beetle, called the Buffalo Beetle, Alphitobius diaperinus.

Update. On January 3, 2023, the European Commission finally approved the marketing of Acheta domesticus meal.  [14]

 «  In its scientific opinion, the Authority concluded that Acheta domesticus (house cricket) partially defatted powder is safe under the proposed conditions of use and use levels. Therefore, that scientific opinion gives sufficient grounds to establish that Acheta domesticus (house cricket) partially defatted powder when used in multigrain bread and rolls, crackers and breadsticks, cereal bars, dry pre-mixes for baked products, biscuits, dry stuffed and non-stuffed pasta-based products, sauces, processed potato products, legume- and vegetable- based dishes, pizza, pasta-based products, whey powder, meat analogues, soups and soup concentrates or powders, maize flour-based snacks, beer-like beverages, chocolate confectionary, nuts and oilseeds, snacks other than chips, and meat preparations, intended for the general population, fulfills the conditions for its placing on the market in accordance with Article 12(1) of Regulation (EU) 2015/2283.»

The marketing of insects, in Europe, is governed by the so-called Novel Food regulations. In 2018, the new Novel Food Regulation (EU 2015/2283) replaced the original regulation (EC. 258/97).

As these regulations have been interpreted variously by member countries, insects have been marketed as food in some countries and not in others.

On November 24, 2020, the Commission on Nutrition, Novel Foods and Food Allergens of the European Food Safety Authority gave a favorable opinion on the human consumption of larvae of the beetle Tenebrio molitor. [6] 

This request for authorization to insert the larvae of the Mealworm, in human food, had been made, in December 2018, by the company Fair Insects BV (a subsidiary of Protix). [13]

On June 1, 2021, the Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2021/882, authorized the placing on the market of dried larvae of Tenebrio molitor as a “novel food” under Regulation (EU) 2015/2283 of the European Parliament and of the Council, and amending the Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/2470.  [12]

It is worth noting, by the way, that this “Nutrition, Novel Foods and Food Allergens” committee has specified that there is no nationally, or internationally, recognized reference method for the analytical determination of chitin.

On July 2, 2021, this same commission gave a favorable opinion on the human consumption of the Migratory Locust (Locusta migratoria) – as a “novel food”. [75]

This request for authorization to insert the larvae of the Migratory Locust in human food, had been made, in 2017, by the Belgian Federation of the Insect Industry.  [76]

On February 10, 2022, the Commission authorized the placing on the market of a third insect, the Domestic Cricket (Acheta domesticus) – as a “novel food”. [74]

This request for authorization to insert the Domestic Cricket in human food, had been made, in 2018, by the Belgian Federation of the Insect Industry. [78]

In October 2022, the International Platform of Insects for Food and Feed, issued a statement regarding the upcoming approval, as a “novel food”, of a fourth insect, the Buffalo Beetle, Alphitobius diaperinus. It is a tropical beetle and cousin of the Tenebrion in the large Family Tenebrionidae (which includes about 20,000 beetles). [77]

This request for authorization to insert the larvae of the Buffalo beetle, Alphitobius diaperinus, into human food, had been made, in January 2018, by the company Proti-Farm Holding NV – which in the meantime has become Ynsect NL B.V.

The commission, at the same time, authorized the marketing of domestic cricket “partially defatted”. This authorization had been requested by the Vietnamese company, Cricket One [79], in July 2019.

What is the nature and purpose of the International Platform of Insects for Food and Feed – the “PPIFF”? This organization was created in 2012. It claims to be “The Voice of the Insect Sector in the European Union” and is, of course, an emanation of the corrupt technocrats of the European Commission and the Industrial Mafia.

It includes 86 partners, 34 of which are European companies involved in the industrial production of insects. These 34 companies have raised, very recently, nearly one billion euros of investments, in about twenty European countries. [162]

Since the Europe of the Peoples does not exist – and only existed before their partial destruction by Julius Caesar and their, almost, total destruction/monotheization by the three Abrahamic religions during the last two millennia – it is quite obvious that the members of the commission “Nutrition, Novel Foods and Food Allergens”, of the European Food Safety Authority, are nothing but corrupt transmission belts of the new insect production and processing companies and, above all, of all the organizations generously financed for pro-insect lobbying… or anti-agriculture/livestock lobbying.

These organizations, which promote insect-based foodstuffs, work in total concert with other NGOs whose declared aim is to destroy agriculture and livestock farming, to promote cellular agriculture, to save the “climate” – and even to promote “ecology” and “Green”… in the Klaus Schwab style, of course.

I refer interested readers to my 4 articles, from 2009, on the Anthropogenic Global Warming scam [80] and my subsequent articles about the Great Solar Minimum and the Orchestration of a Pandemic Famine – on

One of their favorite weapons, for manipulating the populations, is “marketing researches” and “promotional studies” – including all the pseudo studies about the nutritional benefits of an insectivorous diet. These are, also, the multiple studies, which I have already mentioned, that are financed by the Globalists and other eugenicists, in order to prove that insect-based proteins are incomparably more “ecological”, “sustainable”, “eco-friendly”, “circular”, “recycling”, blah blah, than proteins based on animals, fish, eggs, cheeses, butters, milks…

Moreover, we may safely bet that the highly publicized organizations financed by the Open Philanthropy Project gang of the abominable George Soros – such as the French L214 association – which rightly attack the atrocious practices of industrial animal raising (whether conventional or organic) will never attack the living conditions, in factories covering hectares, of trillions and trillions of insect larvae, or mature insects… destined for protein mash and mush.

Not because insects, in terms of a “soul level”, are less evolved – as some vegans, who knowingly kill them, claim – but because insectivorous food, forced down people’s throats, is one of the priority objectives of the Globalists and of the World Economic Forum – the den of all the multinationals controlled by the same financial groups… which are themselves controlled by the same few Bankster families.

Take, for example, the study, published in March 2022, entitled “Overcoming Technical and Market Barriers to Enable Sustainable Large-Scale Production and Consumption of Insect Proteins in Europe: A SUSINCHAIN Perspective” . It tells us that «The mission of SUSINCHAIN (SUStainable INsect CHAIN)-a four-year project which has received funding from the European Commission-is to contribute to novel protein provision for feed and food in Europe by overcoming the remaining barriers for increasing the economic viability of the insect value chain and opening markets by combining forces in a comprehensive multi-actor consortium. ».

The objective of this new mafia NGO is, openly, to orchestrate large propaganda campaigns to persuade the very reluctant masses to consume insects.

According to the official presentation of this ignominy:«The expected global population growth to 9.7 billion people in 2050 and the significant change in global dietary patterns require an increase in global food production by about 60%. The protein supply for feed and food is most critical and requires an extension in protein sources. Edible insects can upgrade low-grade side streams of food production into high-quality protein, amino acids and vitamins in a very efficient way. Insects are considered to be the “missing link” in the food chain of a circular and sustainable economy. Insects and insect-derived products have entered the European market since first being acknowledged as a valuable protein source for feed and food production in around 2010. However, today, scaling up the insect value chain in Europe is progressing at a relatively slow pace. »

Indeed, today, only the organic yuppies, the hysterical climate activists, and other Thunbergists, consume insects – in order to save the Climate… from the Furnace!

This study states, in all sincerity: « Even in societies with certain traditions of insect intake,
barriers to consumption are multifaceted
, with low familiarity and convenience being among the factors limiting future acceptance , demonstrating that barriers extend beyond novice consumers’ initial ‘disgust’ reaction».

Who is Susinchain, anyway? It is an NGO, allegedly represented by 35 organizations, that has received a European grant (no. 861976) of 1,653,005 euros [120]  over a four-year program – focusing on removing remaining barriers to increase the economic viability of the insect value chain.

Susinchain is investigating the possibility of replacing animal protein in daily meals with insect protein in a “large-scale consumption” experiment in two European countries – Portugal and Denmark – to make ordinary diets “more sustainable”. According to their description: «Participating families will receive the products as a basket of products to be included in dinner meals three times a week over a six-week period, replacing the meat which would otherwise be the usual choice as the main protein source.»

Susinchain, along with three other companies – NextGenProteins, ProFuture, Smart Protein – has launched a new webinar series, Horizon4Protein, focusing on consumer acceptance of alternative proteins, safety and regulatory challenges, food applications and sustainability. Horizon4Proteins webinars are designed for researchers, farmers, producers, and policymakers to contribute to the present and future of the sector. [121]

Propaganda is going well at the national level. For example, following orders from the World Economic Forum gang, some countries have begun to commission market research to develop propaganda campaigns to break down people’s refusal to consume insects.

The fake Covid/19 pandemic is, even, invoked to develop the market for insect proteins – and fake meats from cellular agriculture! Thus, a study, from January 2021, focuses on the potential transformation of factory farming and the production of animal products, especially meat, in order to reduce the risks of transmission of new human pathogens. By “transformation” is meant annihilation. [48]

In France. Businesscoot proposes, as of October 2022, a study entitled the Edible Insects Market – for 89 euro HT. [47]

According to this study: «However, the two main obstacles to the development of the market are, on the one hand, the lack of social acceptance of insects as food and, on the other hand, regulatory barriers, as the marketing of edible insects is officially illegal in France.

As the market is in its infancy and regulatory barriers are still present, there are few players in the French industry. On a French scale, the market is still marginal, but changes in legislation should accelerate its development. In addition, insect processing appears to be a solution for the progressive acceptance of insects as food. The most developed company is Micronutris, a company created in 2011 that has distinguished itself as a pioneer in this market. In addition, France stands out in the general insect farming sector, with Ÿnsect and InovaFeed in particular, whose products are intended for animal nutrition.»

In France. The website “Enseigner le Français” has presented a documentary on Cédric Auriol and his company Micronutris in September 2022. “France: insects on the plate” – as part of its educational sheets. [46]

What does this have to do with educational sheets about teaching French?

In Italy. “Italian consumers standing at the crossroads of alternative protein sources: Cultivated meat, insect-based and novel plant-based foods”. [40] This November 2022 study was written by two Italian academics, one of whom is affiliated with the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre [41] in Seville, Spain. It focuses on the institutional, technological and cultural barriers that need to be resolved before insect-based foods can be introduced to Italian supermarket shelves.

In fact, genuine researchers do not hesitate to mention another inhibiting factor: disgust… which sometimes constitutes a visceral barrier. Go and make people living in dilapidated dwellings swallow cockroach flour, which is teeming with cockroaches!

Australia. According to the findings of a February 2022 study of the Australian population’s experiences with, barriers to, and willingness to consume edible insects as a new source of protein… insects are best presented in indistinguishable forms – such as flour. [44]

That is, to hide them… in plain sight!

In Poland. Academics don’t mince their words and headline “Available for millions of years but discovered in the last decade: Insects as a source of nutrients and energy in animal diets.” December 2022. [43]

It is true that animals in factory farming do not have the leisure to complain about their daily menu – since they are not represented by elected members of parliament. It is therefore easier to force an indirect insectivorous diet on humans by surreptitiously force-feeding farmed animals intended for human consumption.

In Holland, hundreds of schools have launched a campaign to introduce a diet based on grub and insect meal.  [146] The aim is to induce behavioral changes in children who, on the face of it, would not have any prejudices concerning these insect foods.

Moreover, the extreme intimacy between the Dutch government and Klaus Schwab has just been denounced in a file of about 1000 pages. [147]

This list could go on and on, because – as with the fake pandemic, the restrictions, the tests, the masks, the injections – the diktats pushing insectivorous food come from the top of the pyramid of multinationals, namely from the criminals of the World Economic Forum.

The promoters of enthomophagy refer to the millennia-old traditions of daily consumption of insects and their larvae. In what part of the world, frankly?

Some studies, bribed by the insect industry, throw out huge figures on the plate: “Insects are consumed by 2.5 billion people worldwide”. In what part of the world, frankly?

Insects, and their larvae, have never been part of the daily diet of the Peoples of Europa. Except in cases of extreme famine… and there is nothing traditional about that.

In fact, the only insect substance that has been used since the dawn of time is bee-honey… but that is another subject – and a shamanic one at that. See my Canto “Tribute to Maurice Chaudière”. [124] Maurice is a Shaman of the Bees in Quest of the Alchemies of Gaia… and I have published a book, with the Editions GaïAlkemia, on his work as a poet and sculptor: “Maurice Chaudière : Apiculteur et Sculpteur de Songes”. [125]

I lived in the USA for a quarter of a century – and I travelled a lot there – and I never heard that insects, and their larvae, were part of the daily diet of the Peoples who lived there before their invasion. Except, probably, in case of extreme famine… and that is not traditional.

During my trip to Bhutan – invited by the Ministry of Agriculture to give trainings on organic seed production – I saw in Thimphu, in the local market, stalls full of ferns, mushrooms and wild edible plants… but never grasshoppers, cockroaches or crickets.

Bhutanese Tibetans are carnivorous… but sensitive. When I presented a few films about the horrors of the meat industry, the female officials, from the Ministry of Agriculture, left the room… very emotional.

I have made many trips to India and Nepal – and we have lived there – and we have never been offered food made from insects or larvae. It is true that officially, in India, the Tribal Peoples (8% of the total population) are the ones who consume a variety of insects. [102] Some tribal communities are characterized as PVTGs – that is, “Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups”. In fact, these hundreds of Tribal Peoples, from the subcontinent, are extremely poor, hungry – and persecuted. And it’s no wonder, that for the past few centuries – namely, since the invasion of the English – they have turned to insects as a source of nutrition during famines… because famine, for them, is just a normal way of life.

When we lived in India – between 2000 and 2002 – in Auroville, near Pondicherry, we knew young urban activists from Bombay who went to live – as witnesses – for months, or more, among the Tribal Peoples in order to prevent them from being persecuted… or massacred.

It should be noted that suddenly, experts, and PhDs of all kinds, have become extremely interested in the insectivorous regimes, allegedly, of the Tribal Peoples who, let us repeat, for almost two millennia of “salvation-monotheisms”, have been massacred, exterminated, taken into captivity and enslaved – including, by the way, the Peoples of Europa since at least the 7th century… but that’s another issue on Slaves, Slavic Peoples and their permanent persecutions

The January study, for example, “Traditional uses of insects as food and medicine- a synoptic review” [102] deals with the consumption of 262 species of insects in India, 80% of which are used for food and 20% for medicine.

But, in conclusion, coming back to our part of the world, which the ancients called Europa, it is, intrinsically, viscerally, naturally, and existentially, entomophobic – at least, in terms of food… namely in terms of entomophagy. A 2021 study, entitled “Insects as past and future food in entomophobic Europe”, states this frankly: [128] 

«Insects and their products have been used for food and medicine within and outside Europe for as long as we have records. They have not been a staple food but a rare addition to the diet. The frequency of use in Europe, even in times of food crisis, points to reluctance towards this food source. Based on behavioral history and perception of insects as food we suggest the terms entomophobic (insect despising) and entomophilic (insect loving) to describe the eating behavior of societies. If societies are to change their food consumption patterns, new food habits and traditions needs to be created. Altering a predominantly entomophobic society to an entomophilic, changes are needed to take place and many are linked to consumption tradition. Change is likely; history teaches us that aversion to ingredients is possible to overcome.»

“The frequency of use in Europe, even in times of food crisis, indicates a reluctance to use this food source.Is this clear?

The imposition of insectivorous food on the Peoples of Europe is part of the vast program of “cultural mixing” of the Peoples, orchestrated by the eugenicist Globalists, in order to destroy all the authentic cultures of the Peoples and Ethnicities. These cultural elements, from which the Globalists want to liberate us, are: traditions, languages, wild foods, agricultural foods, kitchens, music, songs, medicines, hairstyles, sexual practices, mortuary practices, etc… They constitute the daily fabric of any Living Culture.

See Lev Gumilev’s work on Ethnogenesis in order to understand that a People is born from a biotope – that is to say, a determined space of the Biosphere. The borders of modern nations, and states, are a farce and a perpetual falsification of authentic History. See the excellent video on the evolution of “national borders” since the year 1140. [136]

The “Great Replacement”, one of the founding elements of Klaus Schwab’s Great Reinitialization, consists in destroying Europe by turning it into a gigantic melting pot free of cultural traditions (United Nations‘s “Global Compact” for Migration surnamed “Marakech Pact”) and destroying European food traditions in order to replace them by a melting pot of hyper-processed and toxic “alternative proteins”: chitinous insects, chitinous algae, chitinous cockroach milk in addition to cellular milk, cellular eggs, cellular meat, etc., etc., ad nauseam, which are, also, very chitinous… because the so-called cellular agriculture, in metallic tanks, cannot do anything without chitin – for the so-called architecture.

Do you know this company called “Bite Labs” – whose website has just disappeared? [13]  It proposed to produce artisanal salami, in cellular agriculture, from the cells of celebrities: Kanye West, Jennifer Lawrence, James Franco, Ellen Degeneres, etc. #EatCelebrityMeat [11]  [12]

According to their profession of faith: «We start with top-quality ingredients, and time-honored recipes for the creation of fine cured meats. We mix celebrity and animal meats, grown in house through a proprietary culturing process, into curated salami blends. Starting with biopsied myoblast cells, we grow our healthy, rich, meats in Bite Labs’ own bioreactors. Our process yields high-quality, luxury protein, in a sustainable manner that eliminates the environmental and ethical concerns associated with traditional livestock production.»

The Klaus Schwab-led gang will attempt to eliminate all production (except for the self-proclaimed elites) of meat, milk, eggs, fish, cheese, butter, etc., before attacking foods derived from agricultural practices – that is, foods derived directly from the nourishing soil.

In fact, scientists at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington have reviewed decades of research on red meat consumption and its links to various health problems, or supposedly health problems. Their study is entitled “Health effects associated with unprocessed red meat consumption: a review regarding the evidence.” [166]

According to their findings: «We found only scant evidence for an association between unprocessed red meat consumption and colorectal cancer, breast cancer, type 2 diabetes, and ischemic heart disease. In addition, we found no evidence for an association between unprocessed red meat and ischemic or hemorrhagic stroke.»

“No evidence”: should that be highlighted? It is not red meat that generates cardiovascular accidents: it is the graphene oxide present in the injections of the Pharmacratic Mafia.

In 2023, the COP 27 has put the spotlight on “protein alternatives”

At the recent COP 27 in Egypt – the high mass of all the climate saviors who fly around the planet in jets… but surely pay carbon credits, in tax havens, in order to get redemption for their carbon sins – was present Maarten Bosch, the head of the Dutch company, Mosa Meat, the developer, in 2013, of the first fake beef steak – a so-called “cellular” or “cultured” steak.

Maarten Bosch is the CEO of Mosa Meat, which in the past has raised more than $85 million from investors including Leonardo DiCaprio, Blue Horizon, M Ventures, Bell Food Group, Nutreco, Mitsubishi Corporation, etc, etc. The Dutch government also recently announced a €60 million grant from the National Growth Fund to Mosa Meat, the largest grant ever given by a national government to cellular agriculture.

On November 1, 2022, Mosa Meat and Esco Aster, another cellular meat manufacturer, announced “a partnership to produce cultured” meat, beef, in Singapore.[152]

According to Maarten Bosch, Mosa Meat has the largest scientific team in the industry (80 people, many of them PhDs) and the largest cultured meat campus in the world. Mosa Meat has 160 employees from 32 countries.

Why Maarten Bosch? Because the COP 27 focused on the “transition of the agriculture and food sector[153]… in order to save the Climate – if I may repeat what the eugenicist criminals have been repeating, tirelessly, for the last twenty years. “Transition” means, in fact, the destruction of the agriculture and food sector, because the ecolo-thermists complain that this sector alone generates 37% of the so-called “greenhouse gas emissions”, of which 17.3 billion tons of carbon dioxide – at least officially, because all these figures are pure invention.

Which transition and towards what? It doesn’t matter because the main thing is to transition…. It’s the same verbiage repeated, ad nauseam, in order to lobotomize the masses – including children, some of whom, according to woke criminals, are genetically born “transgender”. If some lobotomizers, and transitioners for that matter, could transition to the matrix of abomination that spawned them… the world would be a much calmer place.

In 2009, I already wrote four articles, of 65 pages,  [155]  on the “carbon sin” and the scam of Anthropogenic Global Warming – following my denunciation of what I called, in 2007, the “necro-fuels”. [156]

Why Maarten Bosch? To represent the international fake meat industry – based on everything that will come up in the big recycling market… as we will see in the following.

Indeed, the COP 27 has, this year, honored the “alternative proteins”. Thus, “Inclusion of Cultivated Beef at COP27 Marks Historic Breakthrough” is the title of the Mosa Meat blog, presenting this conference of great hypocrites and criminals.

« This year, COP 27, the world’s largest climate-focused gathering, also known as the UN Climate Change Conference, centrally features agri-food and specifically alternative proteins for the first time. Cultivated meat is a key part of the conversation due to its potential to reduce the negative climate impact of food production, while increasing global food security and climate resilience.

Mosa Meat is contributing to the conversation at COP27 via the Food Systems Pavilion, co-hosted by the Good Food Institute, the Environmental Defense Fund, EIT Food and six other international organisations with support from the World Economic Forum, the European Union, and the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture.» [151]

This year, the COP 27 was held in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, a pre-destined nation to discuss the Migratory Locust industry – one of their historical Plagues in order to save the planet from the Atmospheric Furnace.

By the way, the cellular meat, on the menu of all the participants of the COP 27, was just for show… because many climate associations reproached the presence of meat, and dairy products, in the daily diet during the symposium.

At COP 27, the same old globalist ranting and raving was uttered with a mechanical shovel: Ukraine war, climate change, circular food, greenhouse gas emissions, biodiversity loss, sustainability, climate resilience, etc., etc.

Let’s note, however, that Mosa Meat even gave lip service – to pretend to be inclusive – to agro-ecology, as a potential alternative to the disaster of biocidal and synthetic agriculture. No kidding?

The COP 27 decided to work on the financing of an initiative called “FAST” for “Food and Agriculture for Sustainable Transformation”. [154] It is clear that it is not even about sustainable agriculture but about sustainable transformation – following a “Transition”. The FAO document, likewise, does not speak of sustainable agriculture but of sustainable systems, of sustainable development.

During the COP 27, the Food and Agriculture Pavilion was under the aegis of the FAO, the Rockefeller Foundation and the CGIAR – co-created by the Rockefeller Foundation in 1970.

We are in the midst of a vast fraud that has been going on for decades – in fact, since the creation of international organizations. Today, it is impossible to find one’s way through the plethora of organizations created by the mafia of the military-industrial complex (Schwab’s sponsors): international institutions, NGOs, foundations, research institutes, networks, federations, platforms, initiatives, projects, communication agencies… that siphon off public money in order to fatten their contractors.

It’s a bit like the very peculiar circular funding, billions of dollars – in cryptos or cash – between FTX, Sam the Fried Banker, Ukraine, Zelensky, and the US Democrats… And, maybe, the World Economic Forum?

Such is the smoke and mirrors that 42 nations at COP 27 pledged to give $8 billion to the world’s farmers to help them reduce their emissions and adapt to climate change. The $8 billion initiative is called the Agriculture Innovation Mission for Climate: it was launched, in 2021, with the mission of supporting agricultural technology – including, and arguably most importantly, artificial intelligence, nano-technology and robotics. Its purpose, it claims, is to address the increasingly pressing impacts of “climate change.” A small billion dollars will, however, be given to small farmers in underdeveloped countries – to enable them to have access to Technology. The other $7 billion will be distributed among the virtuous organizations which, so lovingly, take care of the poor farmers throughout the world!!! Business as usal.

In contrast to these 8 billion dollars, the commercial contract, for Covid injections, is about 75 billion euros, for two years, just for the countries members, in Europe, of the European Community… against a non-existent virus.

In contrast to these 8 billion dollars, the PharMacronie, in France, has spent, invested – or borrowed from the Banksters – 675 billion euros in order to manage, in France, the crisis generated by a non-existent pandemic… and totally orchestrated by the same Banksters.

Is it necessary, in conclusion, to point out that Klaus Schwab was, of course, the occult pope of this new grand mass that was COP 27?

What did Klaus Schwab, and all the other mafia hypocrites, consume on the menu of “classic proteins”? Angus beef sautéed with mushrooms for $100; sea bass with lemon sauce for $25; beef marinated in bell pepper sauce for $35; ravioli with pesto and cream for $20; chicken wings with orange sauce for $35; etc. [157] 

Crickets, cockroaches, grass-hopers, mealworms, silkworms are intended for the rabble because these foods, highly processed, are easier to chew… for “toothless” eaters – or “Proletarians”, as the Bolsheviks call them, i.e., those who possess only their “offspring”. Yes, in France, it so happens that some smart-ass politicians, sometimes, call the poor French people, des “sans-dents”.

Klaus Schwab’s henchmen have, even, invented a new adage: “Don’t refuse the chocolate-coated scorpion before you’ve tasted it”.

What will the Mother of Scorpions – the archetypal Biospheric Mother Scorpion and the zodiacal Mother Scorpion – say when faced with the sacrifice of billions of her young, with or without chocolate, in metal sheds sanitized with antibiotics, fungicides and anti-parasites?

The World Economic Forum, led by Klaus Schwab, is one of the major actors in the relentless, and universal, promotion of insectivorous or cellular food

The World Economic Forum – created by Klaus Schwab and Henry Kissinger – is one of the major actors in the relentless promotion of universal insectivorous food and cellular agriculture – at least, initially, because the objective, “in the long run”, is to totally destroy agriculture and animal husbandry in order to Orchestrate a Pandemic Famine – which is, in fact, already underway.

On November 20, 2022, Ralph Tiesler, the German disaster manager, recommended stockpiling several crates of water and canned goods. [180]  [181]  In Germany, this year, inflation is 40% and 73% for potatoes. Who can stockpile? In addition, the German meat industry has warned of impending supply bottlenecks, especially with regard to pork.

In some European countries, such as the United Kingdom, citizens do not have the option of stocking up because supermarkets are empty. As for Italy, the inflation this year is 30% on foodstuffs as of November 2022. Who can stock up?

There is, thus, a plethora of articles on this scabrous subject, on the website of this criminal organization, whose objective is to push to the consumption of fake products of cellular agriculture, to promote the consumption of insects and, in short, to destroy the conventional sources of proteins provided by agriculture and animal husbandry for so many thousands of years that nobody can apprehend, authentically, their origins. Here are some of them chronologically:

“Meat. The Future.” January 2019. [149] This is, obviously, a play on words about meeting the future. The subtitle is “A Roadmap to Delivering 21st Century Protein.” The focus of the brief is on cellular agriculture; insect-based foods; plant-based fake meats; fake meats and other fake foods, made from algae and mushrooms; and even tofu.

It should be noted, first of all, that soy is extremely toxic (when not fermented) and secondly, that insects, as well as algae and mushrooms, are sources of chitin… a substance that is toxic to the human body.

As for cellular agriculture, see my essay L’Agriculture Cellulaire, Chimérique et Confinée en Cuves Stériles”. [2]

“Bugs are coming to our plates”. October 9, 2020. [144] In this article, the WEF states that: «While the idea of eating insects makes people in Europe cringe, insects are an integral part of the traditional diets of many people around the world. There are more than 1,000 species commonly consumed around the world, with the largest markets being Thailand, China, Japan, Australia and Peru”.

I lived in Peru for 8 months in 2012 and I have, never seen anyone eating insects.

«Mainly of a cultural and psychological nature, the obstacles to the acceptance of insects as a food are still prevalent in Western countries. Their integration in the form of powder in processed products is one of the main solutions to overcome these obstacles to consumption».

In the form of powder in processed products, i.e. in the form of insect larvae “flour”… in order to better force them into the consumers’ stomachs – by hiding them.

“How soon will we be eating lab-grown meat?”. October 16, 2020. [150] When one listens to the explanations of the World Economic Forum concerning lab-grown meat, one has the impression of listening to a fairy tale : «The process of growing meat in a laboratory involves taking stem cells from a live animal and growing them in nutrient-rich conditions. For example, a small biopsy of skeletal muscle is taken from a cow, from which the stem cells are isolated and grown in a bioreactor with cell culture media. The cells are split into several cell types including muscle and fat cells. This biomass is then processed to form the edible final product.»

The reality is much more sordid. Roughly speaking, in order to proliferate in tanks, mammalian cells need glucose and glutamine as well as amino acids and lipids as main courses. And for hors d’oeuvres and desserts, they need a wide variety of metals, minerals, hormones, proteins of various classes, polyamines, vitamins, cytokines and growth factors. The carbohydrates commonly used are primarily glucose, but also, to a lesser extent, galactose, fructose and maltose. As for lipids, cholesterol is particularly important because it facilitates cell signaling and intracellular transfer. As far as metals are concerned, iron, copper, zinc and selenium are particularly important. As for inorganic salts, they are calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium. Polyamines are spermidine, spermine and putrescine. The carrier proteins are albumin, transferrin and lactoferrin. In vitro cell culture also benefits from the contribution of these other proteins, fibronectin and laminin. Finally, we must not forget hormones (glucagon and insulin, for example) and growth factors (epidermal, nerve, fibroplast, platelet-derived, etc).

Is it necessary to specify that the expression “cultured meat” is as much an oxymoron as the expression “cellular agriculture”?

“Worms for dinner? Europe backs insect-based food in a bid to promote alternative protein”. May 6th 2021. [145] In this article, the WEF attacks conventional agriculture – namely, synthetic, toxic, chimeric, etc. – which is accused of destroying the “Climate”. In conclusion, the WEF admits that, according to its dossier “Meat. The Future”: «Currently, animal-based protein provides 40% of the world’s protein supply though meat, fish and dairy products such as eggs and milk. Other non-animal-based sources, including fruit, vegetables, pulses, nuts and cereals, provide the rest. However, as meat-based protein (for instance, beef, lamb, pork and chicken) is tasty, protein rich and energy dense, it is the preferred or aspirational way for a significant part of the global population to consume protein.» [149]

The World Economic Forum seems to totally forget that there is an organic agriculture that respects the environment and the health of its consumers – since the dawn of Time.

“5 reasons why eating insects could reduce climate change”. February 9 th, 2022. [148] This article presents the typical “ecological” logorrhoea of the insect protein industry lobbyists… whose goal is to destroy agriculture.

For example. The assumption that, on a given area, it is possible to produce up to 1400 times more biomass of Hermetia illucens – the Black Soldier Fly – than biomass of soybeans – and thus, roughly speaking, 12,000 times more than biomass of beef.

For example. According to Van Huis’ 2013 study, the premise that insects can convert their feed biomass 12 times more efficiently than cattle. Based on what factors? Those invented by the propagandists.

In the same very recent article, the World Economic Forum slyly advises replacing corn as animal feed with the insect protein industry to feed poultry – or other animals… to save the Climate, that is.

What other domesticated animals, by the way, will be satisfied with a diet of insect protein?

In fact, the climate dictatorship, which the Globalists are trying to put in place – and I have been sounding the alarm with my writings since 2009 – is progressive just as it was for the false pandemic of the new Covidian religion. Klaus Schwab’s objective is to eliminate all farm animals that cannot be adequately fed with insect protein while drastically reducing the cultivated agricultural surfaces – to fight, allegedly, against CO2, i.e. to fight against the production of bio-mass… to fight against agriculture.

The final objective being the complete destruction of the activities linked to agriculture and animal husbandry.

Indeed, should we specify that if the eugenicist Globalists manage to considerably reduce – with investments of hundreds of billions of dollars – the presence of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, it would result in a gigantic loss of bio-mass, thus of bio-diversity and thus of Life. Exit.

In fact, in contrast to organic agriculture, the insect protein industry – just like cellular agriculture – is a source of “food” that is not only chimerical, but hyper-technological.

For example, Maarten Bosch, the director of the leading company Mosa Meat, was previously director at T Mobile, director at Siemens, director at Optelec, etc., because the cultivation of meat in steel tanks requires high technology: biological, chemical, metallic, electronic – and media… for false and dissonant propaganda.

Why hyper-technological? Because processing insects into something that looks edible, decent and “unrecognizable”… is hyper-technological.

Indeed, as a 2021 study makes abundantly clear: «Although insects are becoming more accepted as potential protein sources for food and feed, the appearance of the insect may be off-putting due to associations of disgust. Edible insects are more likely to be eaten if they are processed into non-recognizable forms. Thus, insects require the use of commercial processing methods that will render the protein suitable for food/feed formulation, while maintaining the safety, nutritional and sensory quality of the final product. Common methods that can be used include lipid extraction, enzymatic proteolysis, commercial thermal processing (e.g. blanching, pasteurization, and commercial sterilization), low-temperature processing (refrigeration and freezing), dehydration, and fermentation technology. » [165]

For repetition. Common technological methods, of insect processing, include: lipid extraction, enzymatic proteolysis, heat treatment (blanching, pasteurization and sterilization), low temperature processing (refrigeration and freezing), dehydration and fermentation.

As for the current technological methods of insect breeding, it is easy to imagine that for production units covering hectares on multiple floors… the butterfly net is not sufficient.

Food Systems Summit of September 2021: a coup by Klaus Schwab imposing a chimerical and hyper-technological Food

It was in the fall of 2021 that the UN held a World Summit on Food Systems. The importance of this summit is considerable because it set all the future directions of world food production – for decades to come. The stated goal of the summit was, thus, “to raise international awareness and secure commitments and actions that, at the global level, will transform food systems not only to eliminate hunger, but also to reduce food-borne disease, while healing the planet.[105]

On the presentation page of this summit, the communicators specify that more than 820 million people do not have enough to eat, while accomplishing the feat of never mentioning that, every day, tens of thousands of people die of hunger around the world – namely, tens of thousands of children.

Isn’t it moving and heartbreaking to realize that the UN is finally going to try to start thinking about solving the problem of world hunger without further delay? Indeed, they have been promising this, with tremolos and crocodile tears… since the creation of the FAO in 1945.

In fact, the undeclared objective of the UN, and in particular of the FAO, is to ensure that tens of thousands of humans die of hunger and malaria every day… in order to honor the eugenic programs of all its financiers. While pretending the opposite… like all the UN agencies.

Jean Ziegler, former UN rapporteur on the right to food, said: «a child who dies of hunger is a child that the West is murdering». And who, in the West, has the “freedom of intention” to murder children by starvation? Can we name them… or do we risk being accused of promoting hate speech?

Let’s listen to Agnes Kalibata, the “special envoy” of this summit: «We believe in a world where healthy, sustainable and inclusive food systems allow humanity and the planet to prosper. It is a world free from hunger and poverty, a world where growth benefits all, a world based on environmental sustainability and social justice. It is a resilient world, in which no one is left behind.»

Who is the “special envoy” Agnes Kalibata – appointed by UN Secretary General António Guterres? No kidding: she is the very president of AGRA – the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa! Agnes Kalibata is reputed to have said that peasants should stop calling themselves and considering themselves as such, i.e. peasants, and adopt the expression “businessmen”. Is everything okay?

I described AGRA’s objectives, at length, in my October 2009 article “Greenhouse Effects and the Eugenics Green Revolution”. [97]  AGRA is an organization funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation – and the agribusiness mafia. Its goal is to implement synthetic, chemical-based, high-tech and chimerical agriculture in all African countries.

As expressed by the organization Growing Culture: «Since Ms. Kalibata was named special envoy, there has been a public outcry over this clear conflict of interest. 176 civil society organizations from 83 countries sent a letter to the UN Secretary General António Guterres voicing their concerns over Ms. Kalibata’s corporate ties. They never received a response. 500 civil society organizations, academics, and other actors sent the UN an additional statement laying out the growing list of concerns about the Summit. Again, they received no reply. While 676 total civil society organizations and individuals expressed clear concern over Ms. Kalibata’s appointment, only twelve people signed a letter supporting the nomination. The Community Alliance for Global Justice’s AGRA Watch team found that all but one of these individuals have received funds from the Gates Foundation.»  [98]  [99]

In March 2021, the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, Michael Fakhri, along with Hilal Elver and Olivier De Schutter – who were previously UN Special Rapporteurs on the Right to Food – issued a statement entitled “The UN Food Systems Summit: How Not to Respond to the Urgency of Reform”. They declared that: «Having all served as UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, we have witnessed first-hand the importance of improving accountability and democracy in food systems, and the value of people’s local and traditional knowledge. It is deeply concerning that we had to spend a year persuading the convenors that human rights matter for this UN Secretary General’s Food Systems Summit. It is also highly problematic that issues of power, participation, and accountability (i.e. how and by whom will the outcomes be delivered) remain unresolved. »

These three UN special rapporteurs denounce the fact that this World Food Summit was organized by excluding, or by integrating too late, two agencies whose mission is, precisely, global food: namely, the FAO Office for the Right to Food and the Committee on World Food Security. They also state that agro-ecology is the great forgotten of this Summit, although it should be a paradigm – if not the paradigm – for any transformation of food production systems.

In an October 2020 paper, Michael Fakhri lamented the fact that UN Secretary General António Guterres signed a strategic partnership agreement with the Schwab World Economic Forum in June 2019 – which largely inspired the agenda of this Summit. [137]

He pointed out, moreover, that much of the organization of this Summit had been orchestrated by “philantropic” mega-organizations, such as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation. [138]

In this same line of denunciations, a very critical analysis of this Summit was published in April 2021 by three researchers Matthew Canfield, Molly Anderson and Philip McMichael. It is entitled “UN Food Systems Summit 2021: Dismantling Democracy and Resetting Corporate Control of Food Systems”. [139]  The authors point out that the objective of the Summit is to expand the chimerical, hyper-technological second green revolution that AGRA has been implementing in Africa since 2006 – through strategic agreements that Guterres has signed with very suspicious partners – to the entire planet.

The director of the Future of Food Initiative, the World Economic Forum’s pseudo-pod, Sean de Cleene, was previously the vice-president of AGRA and previously a vice-president of the Norwegian company Yara – the world’s largest distributor of synthetic fertilizers.

It is not easy to imagine that Yara is the world leader in synthetic fertilizers, since their website talks about protecting the planet, about the “sustainable” agricultural industry, about “holistic” (sic) strategies, about the development of “regenerative agriculture” – and even about the development of a “climate positive food future”… which is, frankly, nonsense verbiage, since this expression is supposed to evoke the “decarbonization” of agriculture. [140]

In October 2019, António Guterres launched the Global Investors for Sustainable Development Alliance, which brings together some 30 financial companies, and others, that are committed to sustainable development. In April 2020, the United Nations Development Program and this Alliance launched the SDG Investor Platform to unlock trillions of euros. Indeed, according to the OECD, technologically developing countries would need 4200 billion euros in order to achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. [141]  [142]

In 2018, it is not insignificant that UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme) awarded its “Champions of the Earth Award”, in the Science and Innovation sector, to Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat – two companies specializing in the industrial production of fake meat. [143]

During the same award ceremony, a Champions of the Earth Award was also presented to Emmanuel Macron and Narendra Modi for their international cooperation on environmental action. No comment.

About Beyond Meat, which I wrote about extensively in my essay on cellular agriculture. I already mentioned, in January 2022, that this company was in a bad way – as much as Impossible Foods… the two Champions of the “Earth Award” companies!

Indeed, since the fall of 2021, Impossible Food and Beyond Meat, two of the leading fake meat companies, are in the process of plunging. In the 3rd quarter of 2021, Beyond Meat’s sales plunged by 30% and in the beginning of 2022, Impossible Food announced to lay off staff in order to restructure. These junk food sellers blamed the Empty Shell, of course.

Today, the situation is even worse. Beyond Meat announced, in October 2022, that it will lay off 19% of its 200 employees… because of the decrease in turnover. McDonald’s has completed a McPlant hamburger pilot project and has decided not to continue the partnership. In addition, the health situation, in the Pennsylvania plant, is dire: 11 incidents of Listeria, a pathogenic bacteria. The photographs published by Bloomberg are very suggestive of a total lack of care.[1]  [2]

Bloomberg also obtained internal documents revealing that various contaminants – including string, metal, wood and plastic – were found in Beyond Meat products made at the plant.

It would seem, indeed, that eugenicists are taking their dreams, of cellular or insect-based agriculture, for realities that the Peoples appreciate at their true value – namely strictly zero.

No more Hysteria, here is Listeria!

In short, both UNEP and the World Summit on Food Systems are gigantic farces, yet another scam perpetrated by the criminal globalists and the agri-food mafia.

The agenda of this summit was, strictly and integrally, concocted by the World Economic Forum gang in Davos… of which the McKinsey firm is one of the key elements – in terms of criminality.

McKinsey’s regenerative agriculture simulator: the foundation of the alternative protein production industry in France

In France, it is the very famous McKinsey company which – after having orchestrated, for the PharMacronie, the sanitary dictatorship pretexted by the false Covidian pandemic – is in charge of implementing, in France, the “agricultural” directives of the World Economic Forum. One need only consult the article, dated November 7, 2022, on the website Réussir, entitled “How McKinsey intends to influence the evolution of French agriculture”.  [167]

By “agriculture”, one must understand, in the long term, “destruction of agriculture”, because it is, clearly, specified that it is a question of orchestrating “transitions”.

And to speak of transition… When I used to to rub shoulders with the Greens, not French, in my youthful friendship with Hannes Lorenzen, in the European Parliament – which he described as the Grand Theatre (of puppets?) – the Greens promoted organic agriculture… that is, with the exception of a few nostalgic people, a highly technological organic agriculture at the service of the agricultural industry.

Today, in Brussels, the place of all corruptions, the Greens, with a grey face, have exchanged the cute “Ladybird” (carnivorous), emblematic of organic agriculture, for the cricket, the migratory locust, the cockroach, and other new emblems of the insect protein production industry. Will they now promote an “organic” insect protein production sector? That is to say, free of biocides and additives of all kinds and with specifications that provide a minimum space, of existential comfort, to each cockroach and cricket in captivity?

The Paris office of the McKinsey Group has created a regenerative agriculture simulator [sic] hosted by Hectar, the agricultural campus launched by Xavier Niel. The regenerative agriculture simulator is, even, in partnership with Tel Aviv (in terms of agricultural technologies). According to themselves: «The “French practice” is growing rapidly and is spreading internationally, as it has founded a “common skills hub” with the Benelux countries and Israel. This “taskforce” of expertise and tools now has 120 employees working on the subject.»

The concept of “regenerative agriculture” is a new nonsense –concept allowing to drown the duck (of the destruction of French agriculture), to throw powder (of insect larvae) in the eyes of the credulous populations and, especially, to hide the multi-millennial, and world-wide, prevalence of organic agriculture.

Besides, isn’t it remarkable that Israel – a country strictly devoid of authentic agricultural tradition – is in the process of interfering in French agriculture… in order to regenerate it. We are living in great times!

McKinsey is in charge of implementing “transitions”: digital modeling of “transition” options, feedback on “transition” paths, and of promoting new economic models based on waste, circularity and, above all, on arch-technological solutions – what McKinsey calls “ag-tech/food-tech” – and even on short circuits… for good measure.

McKinsey’s objective is thus clearly to implement strategies to inexorably destroy livestock farming and replace it with industrial production of proteins based on insects, or cellular proteins – chimeric and toxic.

Is it necessary to point out that the “firm” McKinsey is inseparable from the company Accenture? Who is Accenture? Accenture has over 624,000 employees in 120 countries. This mafia-like company was spun off from Arthur Andersen in 1989, and was involved in the Enron scandal… whose records miraculously disappeared when the seven World Trade Center towers fell… or were destroyed.

Accenture is co-hosting the annual DealBook summit on November 30, 2022, which will feature as honored guests: Sam Bankman-Fried (FTX), President Volodymyr Zelensky, Mark Zuckerberg (Fakebook), Andy Jassy (Amazon), Janet Yellen, etc. See the article “The Covid/crypto connection: The sinister saga of FTX and Sam Bankman-Fried”. [168]

Indeed, Sam Bankman-Fried, among other nauseating scams, has financed, abundantly, a whole bunch of research aimed at confirming the insanities and dictatorial restrictions of the false CoqueVide/19 pandemic.

By the way, still on the subject of the pandemics Quantum19: a study, from October 2021, uses insect larvae to produce “Spike protein” [sic] for serological tests to detect the non-existent Sars-CoV-2…! “One gram of insect larva produces a sufficient amount of “Spike protein for 150 determinations of the ELISA developed here.[101]

Accenture is a privileged partner of the World Economic Forum [9]. Accenture, and the World Economic Forum, decode the “DNA of sustainable development” for companies seeking to create value and impact for all stakeholders”. Hard to resist!

For example, the DNA of insects to make people eat them!

«New York. Sept. 22, 2021 – New research from Accenture (NYSE: ACN) and the World Economic Forum uncovers the capabilities that C-Suite leaders need to build sustainable organizations that deliver lasting value and equitable impact for their people, customers and wider communities.
The report, Shaping the Sustainable Organization, finds that the responsible values and environmental, social and governance (ESG) intentions of companies are outrunning the ability of their organizations to deliver. To convert sustainability goals into reality, Accenture and the World Economic Forum decoded “Sustainability DNA”, a set of 21 management practices, systems and processes that form the foundations of stakeholder-centricity.»

To see also “Accenture Announces Circular Economy Winners at The Circulars Awards in Davos”. [11] Davos. Jan 19, 2016 – «The World Economic Forum’s Community of Young Global Leaders, in collaboration with Accenture (NYSE: ACN), has awarded the Circulars at the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos-Klosters. The awards recognize individuals and organizations that have made notable contributions to the circular economy».

The consulting firm Accenture – designer of the PharMacronie’s Vaccine Pass – is also a partner of Bill Gates… and of Gavi, the “Vaccine Alliance”.

Was it Accenture or McKinsey who came up with the phrase “All Vaccinated, All Protected!”?

Accenture is also one of the founders, and key members, of the ID/2020 Alliance, Bill Gates’ universal vaccine organization – that is, the digital tracking of all human beings on the planet… strongly promoted by the demented Schwab at the last G20.

The partnership between Accenture, Bill Gates and Microsoft dates back at least 20 years. See the March 2001 article “Accenture, Microsoft And Avanade Team to Deliver Broad Range E-Commerce Solution for Government Market”.

Accenture is, in fact, along with McKinsey, one of the leaders in pharmaceutical propaganda – thus one of the leaders in vaccine and drug genocide. Indeed, Accenture offers “Vaccine Management Solutions”: for example, “Expert support, and innovative technologies, to deliver COVID-19 vaccines safely, equitably, and effectively.”  [10]

McKinsey and Accenture are the two transmission belts of the Pharmaceutical Mafia – represented in France by the PharMacronie.

Accenture, moreover, is part of the Institute for the Future which counts, also, among its partners, the Bill Gates Foundation, Microsoft, Nestlé, BASF, British Petroleum, Mitsubishi, Merck, etc.

The Institute for the Future [26] published, in 2018, a report, commissioned by the eugenicist Bill Gates, entitled, “Good Food Is Good Business”, whose objective is to «forecasts future forces that will drive private-sector business opportunities to create more affordable, accessible, appealing, and nutritious foods for lower-income consumers over the next decade.». [27]  This report explores five areas of technological innovation that can work in synergy: cellular agriculture, collaboration with artificial intelligence, traditional wisdom, microbiota management, and programmable assets.

These innovative foods are, of course, insect-based foods or cell agriculture-based foods in steel tanks. The key phrase, in this communication, is “affordable for low-income consumers”.

The concept of “synergy between cellular agriculture, artificial intelligence… and traditional wisdom” must have emerged from an unfortunately very bruised and cracked brain – terminally contaminated by the Archontic virus, the only pathogenic virus prevailing on this beautiful planet – to dare to consider that traditional wisdom can accommodate the abominations of artificial intelligence or cellular abominations based on duck DNA fed with chimeric yeasts and antibiotics…. Not to mention the abomination of eating chitinous insects on a daily basis

The logos and declarations of intent of these insectivorous start-ups are poetic, ecological, nutritional, virtuous recycling and climate saving… in order to hide the misery of the reality of entomoculture: namely the hyper-concentration, in vast factories, of billions of insects, force-fed with entomo-pathogens and fed with the waste of toxic agro-industry, plastics of all kinds, human excrements… And soon human corpses?

The language of the entomo-industrialists is on par with the grandiose pronouncements of the New Green Deal – and the absurd ramblings of the Santa Klaus of Davos. It is a nov-language that juggles cognitive dissonance and circular language… in order to promote a “circular economy”. Insects are referred to as “recyclers”, “bio-resources” or “bio-converters”. Agro-industry waste is called “agricultural co-products”, “bio-waste”, “starch co-products”, “inputs”, “secondary streams”. Insect-based proteins are called “functional and sustainable ingredients for human and animal health”, according to Nutri’Earth  [177], or “ready-to-use therapeutic foods”, according to Entomo Farms.  [178] Vertical plants are called “bio-conversion farms”  [179]  or “insect bio-refineries”.

Impact of Edible Insects, in the Food, for Fish, Animal and Human Organism Health

Insect-based feeds for farmed fish have been commercialized for a dozen years.

Under the laudable pretext that it takes 4 kg of wild fish to produce 1 kg of farmed fish.

There are few studies, it seems, regarding the impact of insect-based food on the health of the organisms of these fish – and, even less, regarding non-human and human animals.

Why? Because insects would have, “always”, been consumed by humans for “millennia” if we are to believe the inveterate liars that are the eugenicists Bill Gates and Klaus Schwab… who have probably never bitten into a grasshopper’s leg.

The studies, financed by the Industry, are satisfied to repeat, tirelessly, that the insects are so much more nutritive than all the rest of the Biosphere!

For example, a study in September 2022 studied the addition of flour from Tenebrion larvae to wheat bread. The protein content of bread enriched with 5-15% flourworm powder increased by 15-59% compared to the control bread, while the fat content increased by 35-113%. [45]

A January 2022 study entitled “Tenebrio molitor larvae meal inclusion affects hepatic proteome and apoptosis and/or autophagy of three farmed fish species”, [37] is about a diet composed of Tenebrion larvae meal – at 25%, 50% and 60% – in the feed of aquaculture fishes: Gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata), Rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax).

In their conclusions, the authors (in permanent search of subsidies) are excessively cautious not to declare, openly, that frankly, the consumption of insect larvae is not at all suitable for fish species which do not consume them, naturally.

«The present study has highlighted that although cellular stress was evident in the three teleost species following dietary TM inclusion, European seabass and rainbow trout were able to suppress apoptosis through induction of hepatic autophagy, while in gilthead seabream, both cellular procedures were activated. Along with the changes observed in apoptotic and autophagic pathway, which play a vital role to cell and organism homeostasis, changes in protein abundance are also affected by the dietary composition and quality of consumed proteins. This study also shows that insect meal, at least in terms of protein changes, is more suitable for species whose natural diet includes such ingredients. » [37]

An October 2022 study reviewed 65 investigations of the microbiological, chemical and allergenic risks of silkworm (Bombyx mori) consumed as whole insects or insect derivatives. Beyond the detection of potentially pathogenic bacteria – Pseudomonas fluorescens, Bacillus cereus and other Enterobacteriaceae – there seems to be a notable risk of allergies from the consumption of Silkworm. [39]

According to the confession of Ermolaos Ververis, a chemist who is part of the EFSA (European Food Safety Authority) mafia: «Insects are complex organisms, which makes characterising the composition of insect-derived food products a challenge. Understanding their microbiology is paramount, considering also that the entire insect is consumed. Formulations from insects may be high in protein, although the true protein levels can be overestimated when the substance chitin, a major component of insects’ exoskeleton, is present. Critically, many food allergies are linked to proteins so we assess whether the consumption of insects could trigger any allergic reactions. These can be caused by an individual’s sensitivity to insect proteins, cross-reactivity with other allergens or residual allergens from insect feed, e.g. gluten It’s challenging work because the quality and availability of data varies, and there is a lot of diversity among insect species » [109]

The average chitin content, of Tenebrio molitor, varies from 2 to 2.6% of the frozen biomass.

Edible Insects as Vectors of Pathologies

In June 2021, a study was published entitled “Safety of Alternative Proteins: Technological, Environmental and Regulatory Aspects of Cultured Meat, Plant-Based Meat, Insect Protein and Single-Cell Protein”. [3]

Here is what the presentation says – emphasis is mine.

«Here, we describe the food safety aspects of these novel protein sources, in terms of their technological backgrounds, environmental impacts and the necessary regulatory framework for future mass-scale production.

Briefly, cultured meat grown in fetal bovine serum-based media can be exposed to viruses or infectious prion, in addition to other safety risks associated with the use of genetic engineering.

Plant-based meat may contain allergens, anti-nutrients and thermally induced carcinogens.

Microbiological risks and allergens are the primary concerns associated with insect protein.

Single-cell protein sources are divided into microalgae, fungi and bacteria, all of which have specific food safety risks that include toxins, allergens and high ribonucleic acid (RNA) contents.

The environmental impacts of these alternative proteins can mainly be attributed to the production of growth substrates or during cultivation. Legislations related to novel food or genetic modification are the relevant regulatory framework to ensure the safety of alternative proteins.»

One can only admire, in passing, the oxymorons: “meat of vegetable origin”, “cultivated meat”…

On the subject, more specifically, of the safety of concentrated insect foods, I will reiterate what I have already outlined, in my October 2019 article, [1] as some researchers have begun to sound the alarm that the exponential development of the insect sector for human and animal food, and soil food, is likely to result in ecological or health disasters.

A 2018 article headlined “Edible insects: behind the myth, a market” when the headline should be “Edible insects: behind the market myth: mites![170]

As a general rule, it is necessary to consider that there are approximately a thousand species of fungi in the Entomophthoromycota, Microsporidiomycota, Chytridiomycota, Basidiomycota and Ascomycota that are known to infect, and kill, insects. [182]

Parasitic fungi, such as the host-specific pathogen Ophiocordyceps unilateralis, can control the brains of insects and manipulate their behavior to achieve optimal death sites for spore dispersal, the so-called “adaptive extended fungal phenotype.” [183]

« Entomopathogenic fungi recognize and infect insects through the spore adhesion and formation of appressoria that penetrate the cuticle . After reaching the hemocoel (body cavity) of an insect, fungal filaments will switch into yeast-like cells that undergo budding for rapid propagation and counteract the immune response of the hosts. For the infection cycle to complete, dead insects must be either mycosed to produce asexual conidial spores or colonized to form a fruiting body to yield sexual spores for the next infection.» [182]

For example, there is a document in the INRA Archives, published in Holland in 2014, which is entitled “Diseases in insects produced for food and feed” [7] [8]

and analyzes the impact of various groups of pathogens on insect production: viruses, bacteria, fungi, nematodes and protists.

The conclusions of this Dutch study are clear: the insect production industry, for animal and human food, is completely unable to manage the diagnosis of pathogens affecting these insects due to lack of literature, lack of protocols, etc.

It is a race ahead whose objective is, quite simply, to exterminate all the parasites attacking the monocultures of industrial insects promoted to an extermination for food. [8] 

In the summer of 2019, a team of Polish researchers published the results of their investigation, which lasted from 2015 to 2018 and involved the analysis of insects from 300 insect farms (and pet stores) including 75 farms for Yellow mealworm beetle production, and as many farms for House Cricket, Madagascar Cockroach, and Migratory Locust production – from Ukraine, Germany, Slovakia, Poland, and Lithuania.

They found parasites on 81% of the insect farms.

The conclusions of this Polish survey are truly catastrophic: «Edible insects are an underestimated reservoir of human and animal parasites. Our research indicates the important role of these insects in the epidemiology of parasites pathogenic to vertebrates. Conducted parasitological examination suggests that edible insects may be the most important parasite vector for domestic insectivorous animals. According to our studies the future research should focus on the need for constant monitoring of studied insect farms for pathogens, thus increasing food and feed safety. »

This study is titled “A parasitological evaluation of edible insects and their role in the transmission of parasitic diseases to humans and animals”. [9]

They found parasites in 81% of the production farms; 69% of which were pathological only to the insects themselves; 36% of which were potentially pathological to domestic animals; and 31% of which were potentially pathological to human animals.

The following is a partial list of the various parasites found: Nosema, Cryptosporidium, Steganorhynchus dunwodyii, Hoplorhynchus acanthatholius, Blabericola haasi, Gregarina blattarum, Gregarina niphadrones, Gregarina cuneata, Gregarina polymorpha, Balantidium col, Balantidium blattarum, Entamoeba coli, Entamoeba hartmanni, Entamoeba dispar, Entamoeba hystolitica, Nyctotherus ovalis, Nyctotherus, periplanetae, Hymenolepis nana, Hymenolepis diminuta, Steinernema feltiae… plus a plethora of others.

According to a study, from March 2019: «The Yellow mealworm beetle, Tenebrio molitor, can be infected by many parasites, fungi, bacteria, etc…: Tenebrio molitor is the host of a wide range of pathogens and parasites such as entomopathogenic microbes, protozoa, and tapeworms, which reduce the mealworm survival or reproductive success. While some of these parasites might be used as biological insecticides to control unwanted population development, they might also be a source of concern in mass rearing facilities.»  [14]

The Yellow mealworm beetle is mainly parasitized by the medium tapeworm (Hymenolepis diminuta) and by the dwarf tapeworm (Hymenolepis nana) as well as by Salmonella. [122].

Salmonella are present in the Black Soldier Fly according to a November 2021 study: «Our study also revealed that airborne transmission of Salmonella is possible under rearing conditions corresponding to those applied at industrial production sites. Based on our results, we recommend insect producers to use substrate ingredients free of Salmonella, and not to count on the antimicrobial activities that BSFL may exert in some situations towards food pathogens. More inoculation studies using other Salmonella serotypes, other zoonotic bacteria, other substrates, larvae of other ages and including variations on rearing protocols are needed in order to obtain a general view on the dynamics of food pathogens in this insect species and to support comprehensive risk assessments. » [123] 

Staphylococci (Staphylococcus aureus) are present in the Black Soldier Fly according to a December 2021 study. [38]

According to a 2003 study, the edible cockroaches Periplaneta americana and Blattella germanica are potential disseminators of Entamoeba histolytica, a pathogenic amoeba. [132]

In fact, cockroaches are vectors of multiple microbes: parasites and bacteria. They are, for example, vectors of nosocomial diseases. [135]

As for migratory locusts and grasshoppers, they are attacked by entomo-pathogenic fungi such as Metarhizium robertsii and Metarhizium acridum. [182]

In fact, Metarhizium acridum and Beauveria bassiana can infect hundreds of insect species. Metarhizium album infects hemipterans. Metarhizium anisopliae is found infecting flour beetles.

According to experts in past regressions, the genus Metarhizium is a monophyletic lineage that diverged from plant pathogens and clavicipitous endophytes about 231 million years ago.

And the worst of the worst… given the mental state of the Peoples – very bruised under the onslaught of multiple cognitive dissonances – is toxoplasmosis. Indeed, a recent study, from March 2021, entitled “Edible Insects and Toxoplasma gondii: Is It Something We Need To Be Concerned [10], found the presence of the Toxoplasma gondii parasite in four species of consumed insects: Yellow mealworm beetle (Tenebrio molitor), Migratory Locust (Locusta migratoria), House Cricket (Acheta domesticus) and Mulberry Bombyx (Bombyx mori).

The collective hallucination – which is such that hallucinated people mask themselves, vaccinate themselves, test themselves, distance themselves, lockdown themselves, etc. – is a form of Toxoplasmosis on a collective scale. A small gang of psychopaths plays cat and mouse with the Peoples of the human species whose minds are so strongly impacted by the extraterrestrial virus – by which this criminal gang has contaminated them – that these Peoples behave in a totally suicidal manner. What is next?

A question then arises: when excreta are used to feed insect larvae – in order to feed humans – will they be processed, for insect food, at the same time as the beetles that swarm there… some of which are vectors of Toxoplasmosis? [134] 

As a reminder. Toxoplasmosis is a crucial problem because this infection is inclined to favor suicidal tendencies in humans. This is highlighted in a very recent study, from June 2021, entitled  “Toxoplasma gondii, Suicidal Behavior, and Intermediate Phenotypes for Suicidal Behavior” [133] 

Indeed, the vector of Toxoplasmosis will nestle in the amygdala of the brain and will organize the organism according to its little whims. The amygdala is also the seat of Dopamine and that is why, of course, the protozoan Toxoplasma gondii lodges there! It is not lucky for humanity because psychopaths, totally contaminated by Toxoplasmosis, show, according to their destructive capacities, extreme and pathological suicidal tendencies. When this suicidal inclination is turned against the psychopaths – perpetrators of social evil – it is an enormous benefit to the rest of the human community. But, due to the unnatural nature of inveterate psychopaths, this inclination to spontaneously clear the field – to stop preventing other humans from living in Peace – is, unfortunately and dramatically, exceedingly rare.

Speaking of hallucinating people – such as climate activists destroying famous paintings by masters – I would be very pleased to hear from the insightful therapist, Fiona Synapse, as to the potential relationship between endemic Toxoplasmosis in human animals and that form of rampant mental pathology which she has termed “AAA” – “Apocalyptic Atmospheric Anxiety”. This is absolutely correct, although I prefer to use the uncontrolled “Apocalyptic” designation, according to the Atmospheric barometer of the ancient Pagan Initiates and Teachers.

In conclusion, when insects begin to die, by the trillions, under the onslaught of entomo-pathogens, will the Insect Industry attempt to use genetically modified, manipulated, and transgenic-chimerical insects… in order to continue producing protein?

This is, of course, what I hinted at in my October 2021 essay, “La Chimérisation d’Insectes Mâles Exterminateurs : un Prétexte pour le Grand Remplacement?” [1] Namely, that the development of chimeric insects in order, allegedly, to eradicate malaria or other insect-vectored parasitic diseases, is merely a pretext for the Great Replacement of traditional food with insects – and, what’s more, a pretext for the chimerization of edible insects in order to allow them to survive in gigantic concentration factories.

Moreover, in the USA, Oxitec’s recent plan to release chimeric mosquitoes in California is drawing criticism from Californian legislators and environmentalists.  [185]  [186] 

According to the California Department of Pesticide Regulation, which can approve or deny research authorization, between 5,000 and 30,000 genetically modified mosquitoes would be released each week at each of the 48 sites in Tulare County – until April 30, 2024.

For the record. Oxitec already has a large arsenal of genetically manipulated insects released into the wild: Pectinophora gossypiella (a cotton worm), Ceratitis capitata (Mediterranean fruit fly), Anastrepha ludens (Mexican fruit fly), Bactrocera oleae (the olive fly), Tuta absoluta (the tomato leaf miner), Tribolium castaneum (the red flour moth) and Plutella xylostella (the cabbage moth), Bactrocera tryoni (Australian fruit fly), Bactrocera dorsalis (Oriental fruit fly). In the spring of 2019, Oxitec has, even, launched a new “Friendly™” extermination operation, in Brazil, against the species Spodoptera frugiperda, the Fall Armyworm – which is also called the American Cornworm and attacks various crops: cotton, sugarcane, corn, etc.

Oxitec’s new chimeric innovation for 2020 involves an operation, with an unknown partner, to release chimeric males of the soybean looper, Chrysodeixis includens, in a second-generation “Friendly™” mode, i.e. targeting only the female offspring. In Morocco, Oxitec has started to crack down with chimeric males – on OX3864A mode – of the Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata, and a study has even been published, about this extermination… of which 7 of the 9 authors are Oxitec employees. [110] 

It is very plausible that insects could also be chimerized, geneticaly manipulated, with graphene derivatives – under some sanitary or other pretext… since demented scientists even claim that graphene would have anti-viral properties, blah blah blah…

Thus, for example, a spider has already been chimerized in order to produce graphene nano-tubes in the silk of its webs… in order to supposedly strengthen it. [188]

Moreover, there are even studies on the use of spider webs to capture polluting micro-plastics disseminated in the atmosphere! [189]  [190]

Update of January 2023. On January 3, 2023, the European Commission finally approved the marketing of Acheta domesticus powder. [14] 

At the time of this authorization, the European Commission specified that, in spite of the fact that all the research was not carried out, taking into account the potential of allergenicity of the domestic cricket, it was, however, not necessary to affix labels mentioning this risk according to article 9. «In order to address the Authority’s recommendation, the Commission is currently exploring the ways to carry out the necessary research on the allergenicity of Acheta domesticus. Until the data generated by the research is assessed by the Authority, and considering that, to date, evidence directly linking the consumption of Acheta domesticus to cases of primary sensitisation and allergies is inconclusive, the Commission considers that no specific labelling requirements concerning the potential of Acheta domesticus to cause primary sensitization should be included in the Union list of authorised novel foods. »

On the other hand, according to article 10, in particular concerning people allergic to mollusks, the European Commission has specified that: « The Authority also considered in its opinion that the consumption of Acheta domesticus (house cricket) partially defatted powder may cause allergic reactions in persons that are allergic to crustaceans, molluscs and dust mites. Furthermore, the Authority noted that additional allergens may end up in the novel food, if those allergens are present in the substrate fed to insects. Therefore, it is appropriate that foods containing Acheta domesticus (house cricket) partially defatted powder are appropriately labelled in accordance with Article 9 of Regulation (EU) 2015/2283

Recycling of industrial plastics, and production of recyclable plastics, by the larvae of the Yellow mealworm beetle and other plastivorous insects

Before addressing this subject of plastics of all kinds, recyclable in the stomachs of insect larvae, or in the stomachs of mature insects, may I point out that one of the sponsors of the COP 27 is none other than Coca-Cola? Have the ecolo-thermists, who complain about it, not yet understood that it is for their insect treats that Coca-Cola is sponsoring this huge climate farce? Why? Because Coca-Cola has a reputation for producing 120 billion disposable plastic bottles – every year!

Who on the planet, other than Coca-Cola, is best positioned to provide 120 billion disposable plastic bottles annually for insect larvae to recycle and metabolize… to produce nutritious, healthy, sustainable, delicious, eco-friendly, circular protein for insectivorous human food?

According to some researchers, if plastic waste reduction efforts do not increase, the total amount of plastic waste, to be dumped in landfills and into the environment, by 2050, could be 12 billion tons.

A plethora of studies, very recent, highlight that the Yellow mealworm beetle has the ability to recycle plastics (including polyethylene, polystyrene, polyvinyl chloride and polypropylene) and to produce recyclable plastics.

The larvae not only chew and ingest plastic fragments, but also biodegrade them through the intervention of intestinal symbionts – although the process is highly dependent on the type of polymer.

As far as the Yellow mealworm beetle is concerned, the biodegraders of polyethylene, polystyrene, polyvinyl chloride and polypropylene belong to the following Families: Listeriaceae (Listeria sp.), Nitrospiriaceae (Nitrospira defluvii), Hyphomicrobiaceae (Pedomicrobium sp.), Iamiaceae (Aquihabitans sp.), Spiroplasmataceae, Enterococcaceae, Enterobacteriaceae, Rhizobiaceae (Agrobacterium sp.), Nitrosomonadaceae (Nitrosomonas sp.), Streptococcaceae (Lactococcus sp. ), Weeksellaceae (Elizabethkingia sp.), Yersiniaceae (Serratia marcescens), Pseudomonadaceae (Pseudomonas aeruginosa), Rhodanobacteraceae (Dyella sp.), Xanthomonadaceae (Lysobacter sp.), Leptothrix sp, Leptotrichiaceae (Sebaldella termitidis), Brevibacteriaceae (Brevibacterium sp.), etc., etc. [28]

Thus, the August 2021 study, “Tenebrio molitor in the circular economy: a novel approach for plastic valorisation and PHA biological recovery”. [15] This investigation focuses on «Tenebrio molitor as a valuable solution for plastic biodegradation and biological recovery of new biopolymers (e.g. PHA) from plastic-producing microorganisms, exploiting its highly diversified gut microbiota. Tenebrio molitor’s use for plastic pollution management is controversial. However, Tenebrio molitor microbiota is recognised as a source of plastic-degrading microorganisms. Tenebrio molitor-based plastic degradation is improved by co-feeding with food loss and waste as a dietary energy source, thus valorising these low-value substrates in a circular economy perspective. Tenebrio molitor as a bioreactor is a valid alternative to traditional PHA recovery systems with the advantage of obtaining, in addition to highly pure PHA, protein biomass and rearing waste from which to produce fertilisers, chitin/chitosan, biochar and biodiesel. »

Question, is this protein “bio-mass”, resulting from the digestion of plastic, produced by the Meal Worm, as a “bio-reactor… also intended for human consumption?

Thus, the October 2021 study, “Biodegradation of Different Types of Plastics by Tenebrio molitor Insect”. According to the ramblings of their authors: «Looking for new, sustainable ways to utilize plastics is still a very pertinent topic considering the amount of plastics produced in the world. One of the newest and intriguing possibility is the use of insects in biodegradation of plastics, which can be named entomoremediation. The aim of this work was to demonstrate the ability of the insect Tenebrio molitor to biodegrade different, real plastic waste. The types of plastic waste used were: remains of thermal building insulation polystyrene foam (PS), two types of polyurethane (kitchen sponge as PU1 and commercial thermal insulation foam as PU2), and polyethylene foam (PE), which has been used as packaging material.  » [20]

The “bio-degradation” – called “entomo-remediation” to make it “sustainable” – after about two months, was 41% to 70% depending on the various plastics metabolized. At the beginning of the experiment, each larva of Yellow Meal Beetle was provided with a dose of 0.0052 grams of each plastic.

Thus, a 2020 study: “Biodegradation of polypropylene by Yellow mealworms (Tenebrio molitor) and superworms (Zophobas atratus) via gut-microbe-dependent depolymerization” [26] highlighted that during the digestion of polypropylene, species of bacilli of the genera Citrobacter and Enterobacter were associated with the microbiome of Zophobas atratus larvae while species of bacilli of the genus Kluyvera were associated with the microbiome of Tenebrio molitor larvae.

There are other insect species that can recycle plastics – even tires and styrene-butadiene copolymers. For example: larvae of Confused flour beetle (Tribolium confusum[23]; larvae of Dark mealworm beetle (Tenebrio obscurus[35]; larvae of the Giant mellworm beetle (Zophobas atratus[27]  [31] – larvae of the Superworm (Zophobas morio) [30]Greater wax moth (Galleria mellonella) [32]  [29]; Rice meal moth (Corcyra cephalonica) [25]Lesser wax moth (Achroia grisella) [24];  Plesiophthalmus davidis [33]; Indianmeal moth (Plodia interpunctella[69].

The giant African snail, the Achatina fulica, also has the ability to digest plastics. [22]

Nature does things well. By the way, has the giant African snail always had such an ability – or has it developed it, very recently, for a good cause? Would it be a case of chance, non-intentional and blind neo-darwinian evolution?

There are, in the same way, bacteria possessing the same faculties of recycling of plastics in the Nature, such as: Brevibacillus borstelensis, Bacillus brevis, Pseudomonas stutzeri. As well as fungi such as: Rhizopus delemar, Mucor sp., Paecilomyces sp., and Thermomyces sp.  [21]

There are even new species of bacteria emerging from the Biosphere – in view of the profound generosity of Mother Earth – in order to metabolize, to digest, the brand new pollutants recently created by the human race… such as radioactive waste in the pipes of nuclear power plants.

Toxicity of plastics, of all kinds, in plastivorous insects

The key question now is whether there is a deleterious impact on the health of plastic-eating insects. In fact, many studies do their best to try to pretend that everything is for the best in the best of worlds… and that, in fact, even the ingestion of plastic generates many benefits on the “nutritional” level.

There is no need to wonder by whom they are financed…

By the way, regarding the pollution by micro-plastics: how many millions of tons of micro-plastics have been released in the Nature since the obligation of face masks to fight against the non-existent virus? In Nature, this means in the oceans  [171]  [173]  [174]but also in human lungs.  [172]  [175]

So far, I have discovered only one study, from October 2021, entitled “A toxicological perspective of plastic biodegradation by insect larvae” which studies the impact of additives in plastic, as well as the impact of micro and nano particles of plastic, on the intestines and immune system of edible plastic-eating insects – and food source for humans. [28] 

Above figure. An overview of priority research areas on insect-assisted plastic biodegradation. Sublethal toxicity of plastic-rich diets should be explored in several key physiological processes: A) the dynamic of digestive enzymes produced from both the gut symbionts and the gut epithelium of the larva. Identification of enzymes potentially involved in depolymerization such as hydrolases (esterases, lipases, chitinases, proteases, cutinases) and oxidoreductases (laccases and peroxidases) would allow to know at what extend microorganisms and the larva may obtain energy, and produce biomass from plastic depolymerization products, and to develop strategies for improving ex-situ polymer biodegradation. B) Dynamic of energy reserve in the fat body, energetic costs for mounting immune responses against pathogen (and micro- and nanoplastics) invasion, and toxicokinetic/toxicodynamic processes of nanoplastics. Consequently, understanding the impact of plastic-rich diet on nutrient acquisition and allocation for competing fates (growth, reproduction, energy fuel) is critical to know long-term detrimental effects from plastic consumption. C) Fate of micro- and nanoplastics, and potential toxicity derived from additives and depolymerization products are critical to predict the impact of these chemical stressors on reproduction and transgenerational adaptation of plastivores. Plastic biodegradation scheme (A) taken from Sanchez-Hernandez et al. (2020) with kind permission from the American Chemical Society. [28] 

Today, plastic fragments are generally classified according to their size into meso-plastics (from 1 to <10 mm), micro-plastics (from 1 to <1000 μm) and nano-plastics (from 1 to <1000 nm). Note that nano-plastics exhibit colloidal behavior in the environment.

This is an extremely extensive study and deserves to be translated in its entirety because of the magnitude of the very bad news, from a toxicological point of view, for the insect production industry fed with recycled plastics.

A study from 2020, highlighted that Tenebrio molitor larvae fed with polystyrene as sole diet lost body mass (16-19% of initial weight) after 21 days of feeding. [4]

«While great progress has been made in identifying potential microbial plastic degraders in the plastivore gut, much less is known about plastic toxicity. Only a few studies have examined the microplastic toxicity in insects, taking the dipteran larvae Chironomus riparius as a model. However, plastivores provide a unique scenario of extremely high exposure level to microplastics, on which toxicity could be easily explored. Therefore, this perspective (and graphical) review focuses on two main objectives: 1) to encourage research on micro- and nanoplastic toxicity in plastivores to assess the viability of the plastic biodegradation strategy, and 2) to propose plastivores as model organisms to elucidate the mode of toxic action of micro- and nanoplastics, taking advantage of the voracity of these organisms, their high tolerance to plastic-rich diets, and the similitudes of its immune system with that of vertebrates ». [28] 

Above figure. Toxicity, cellular transport and disposal of micro- and nanoplastics. Toxic effects of microplastics are generally linked to gut epithelium damage, leading to inflammation and multiple responses of the immune system. Nanoplastics may enter into the cell by multiple pathways, such as passive membrane transport (1), paracellular difusion (2), macropinocytosis (3), clathrin- and caveolin-independent endocytosis (4), caveolin-dependent endocytosis (5), chlatrin-dependent endocytosis (6), and phagocytosis (7). Nanoplastics are mainly accumulated in lysosomes, although they can be expeled from the cell by exocytosys. Immune cells (e.g., coelomocytes) play an important role in micro- and nanoplastic phagocytosis. Potential cellular toxicity of nanoplastics are: (A) alteration of the lysosomal membrane permeability leading to protease increase in the cytosol, (B) mitocondrial damage causing an increase of reactive oxygen species (ROS) production, and (C) DNA damage directly by nanoplastic interaction, or indirectly by ROS. Protein corona (and eco-corona) formed on nanoplastic surface may modulate the cellular absorption by receptor-mediated mechanisms, and toxicity of nanoplastics. GC = Golgi complex, RER = rough endoplasmic reticulum, Ly = lysosome, NPs = nanoplastic, MPs = microplastic, TJ = tight junction, N = nucleus, M = mitochondria, V = vesicles, and C = blood capillary. Illustration elaborated from Stern et al. (2012), Pulido-Reyes et al. (2017), Banerjee and Shelver (2021), and Matthews et al. (2021). [28]

It then declines four classes of toxicity with regard to plastics in invertebrate organisms: the acute toxicity of micro-plastics; the toxicity of additives in plastics; the toxicity of polluting substances attached to plastics; the toxicity of nano-plastics.

Acute toxicity of micro-plastics. «Exposure to microplastics leads to a wide diversity of physiological alterations, which primarily involve the digestive and immune systems (Sharifinia et al., 2020; Trestrail et al., 2020). Ingestion of plastic fragments may cause direct adverse effects (e.g., obstruction of the digestive canal, abrasion and destruction of the epithelium, and cell lysis) depending on the type, size, and shape of fragments, and indirect effects, such as oxidative stress, inflammation, and metabolic alterations. A wide variety of cellular responses from decreased phagocytic activity and destabilization of lysosomal membrane integrity to changes in enzyme activities linked to immune responses (lysozyme, acid and alkaline phosphatases, and phenoloxidase) have been documented in both aquatic (Hirt and Body-Malapel, 2020; Ma et al., 2020; Sharifinia et al., 2020) and terrestrial invertebrates (Sanchez-Hernandez et al., 2020) exposed to microplastics.» [28]

Toxicity of additives in plastics. «Plastics contain different types of additives to improve physical properties (e.g., flexibility, durability and stability) and extend their shelf life (Hahladakis et al., 2018). Common additives are plasticizers (e. g., phthalate esters), flame retardants (e.g., polybrominated diphenyl ethers, hexabromocyclododecane, and tetrabromobisphenol A), stabilizers and antioxidants (e.g., bisphenol A, butylated hydroxytoluene, and bezotriazoles), and pigments (e.g., metal salts and organometallic compounds). Because these chemicals are not covalently bound to the polymer, leaching may occur while polymer degrades in the environment or in the gastrointestinal tract of organisms (Franzellitti et al., 2019). It is well known that plastic additives cause endocrine disruption, immunotoxicity, neurotoxicity, and reproductive and developmental impairment (Liu et al., 2020). » [28]

Toxicity of pollutants attached to plastics. «Microplastics may adsorb other environmental pollutants such as metals, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, pesticides, pharmaceuticals, perfluoroalkyl substances, or chlorinated and brominated organic pollutants (Gao et al., 2020; Mammo et al., 2020; Banerjee and Shelver, 2021; Sobhani et al., 2021). This sorptive capability could increase the bioaccumulation and toxicity of microplastic-bound pollutants. Indeed, pollutant-coated microplastics are often referred to as a “Trojan horse”, whereby sorbed pollutants are released from microplastics once they are ingested by organisms, thus triggering a synergistic effect with their own microplastics. Although the Trojan horse effect was initially proposed for engineered nanoparticles (Limbach et al., 2007), the phenomenon has also been observed with microplastics (Gonzalez-Soto ´ et al., 2019) and nanoplastics (Monikh et al., 2020). » [28]

Toxicity of nano-plastics. « Nanoplastics cause toxic effects similar to those induced by microplastics (Shen et al., 2019). Reproduction impairment, alteration of the immune system, and developmental changes have been described in crustaceans (Liu et al., 2021c), echinoderms (Murano et al., 2021), and mollusks (Sendra et al., 2020) exposed to nanoplastics. However, the mode of toxic action of nanoplastics may be linked to their behavior in biological fluids, which is comparable to that of engineered nanoparticles (defined as “intentionally produced for commercial purposes to have specific properties or specific composition”; Gigault et al., 2021). It has been well-described that nanoparticles spontaneously adsorb biomolecules from biological fluids, thus forming a dynamic molecular layer called “protein corona” (Fig. 3) (Vilanova et al., 2016). The protein corona modulates the nanoparticle fate and toxicity in organisms via interaction with cellular absorption mechanisms, innate immune system, and detoxification processes (Ritz et al., 2015; Kihara et al., 2021). Although research on nanosized materials and proteins has primarily involved metal (silver) and metal oxide (zinc oxide, titanium dioxide) nanoparticles, polystyrene nanoparticles also induce the formation of a protein corona (Wang et al., 2019).» [28]

I can only underline the importance of what the author evokes with regard to what I have called “the necro-molecular crown” of graphene… or of any other metallic nanoparticle. Whether it is graphene, silver, cobalt, titanium, boron, etc. nanoparticles, the necro-molecular corona is, resolutely, a corona of spikes, spicules, razor blades that shred blood cells, neuronal cells… and that graft themselves to them – when they survive.

See my essay titled “The Necro-Corona of “Molecular Spikes of Graphene Oxide”, and not the invisible coronavirus, induces a SMOG in the human organism”. It is a crown of proteins that forms around the nano-materials when they are exposed to human biological fluids (blood, serum, plasma, cerebral-spinal fluid, intestinal and gastric fluids, etc.). The same is true for invertebrate insects as for vertebrate animals.

The Molecular Spike of Graphene Oxide is a vector of contamination, of parasitization, of vampirization, towards the metamorphosis – the Great Reinitialization – of the organic body into an organo-metallic body… knowing that graphene is a half-metallic and half-mineral compound. Graphene is, therefore, a chimera in many respects.

This study goes on to give very bad news for the insect industry.

Micro- and nano-plastics cross the intestinal epithelium. «Data on tissue translocation of micro- and nanoplastic are scant in insects, although the recent study by Parenti et al. (2020) suggests that such a process is very likely to occur. These authors detected polystyrene nanoparticles (500 nm) in the hemolymph, gut epithelium, Malpighian tubules, and hemocytes of silkworms (Bombyx mori) exposed to nanoparticle-spiked food. Given these observations, it is tempting to speculate that detection of nanoplastics in hemocoel implies these particles must overcome the physical obstacle posed by both the peritrophic matrix and the gut epithelium. Such an assumption is acceptable provided that the peritrophic matrix is broken by microplastic-mediated abrasion, or the nanoplastic size is so small as to cross through the porous structure of the peritrophic matrix (Lehane, 1997). Likewise, nanoplastics can bind to glycoproteins of the peritrophic matrix, thereby preventing their transport towards the ectoperitrophic space. »[28]

What does plastic consumption cause in the gut microbiota? «Diet is a significant environmental factor modulating the composition of gut symbiont and commensal microbiota (Pernice et al., 2014). Therefore, plastic-rich diets may alter microbial communities of the plastivore gut, ultimately affecting the efficiency of digestion, metabolism, growth, and development of the larva, as well as favoring pathogen infection (Fackelmann and Sommer, 2019; Hirt and BodyMalapel, 2020). In plastivores, alteration of the compositional and functional structure of the gut microbiome (or dysbiosis) has been one of the most studied effects associated with plastic consumption. Generally, plastic consumption leads to a shift in the relative abundance of certain Operational Taxonomic Units or OTUs (Enterobacteriaceae, Enterococcaceae and Streptococcaceae) compared to that in larvae fed with natural, plastic-free diets; an effect that is independent of the insect species and type of polymer (Peng et al., 2019a; Yang et al., 2021b). » [28]

Tenebrio molitor larvae fed polyvinyl chloride microplastics for 16 days showed significant alterations in gut microbial diversity compared to bran-fed larvae.  [7] 

Tenebrio molitor larvae fed two types of polyethylene polymers (oxo-degradable polyethylene and regranulated polyethylene) and one type of polystyrene polymer for 2 months showed significant alterations in gut microbial diversity and digestive enzymes. [8]

Investigation of the alpha and beta diversity of the gut microbiome of Galleria mellonella fed different diets, including polyethylene and polystyrene alone as well as plastic combined with beeswax, revealed that both plastics caused a greater decrease in microbial community diversity than larvae fed diets without plastic. [9]

Another study, also, found an increase in gut microbial species richness in Galleria mellonella larvae fed a polyethylene and beeswax diet for 8 days compared to larvae fed beeswax, polystyrene + beeswax, and polypropylene + beeswax. [10]

In terms of metabolism, what are the consequences of consuming plastics? « Collectively, these studies lead us to hypothesize that mobilization of energetic reserves from the fat body would explain the low mortality rate of larvae during the first weeks of plastic consumption (Fig. 2B). However, a plastic diet alone would cause nutrient exhaust and deficiency in trace elements necessary for enzyme catalysis in the gut luminal environment, therefore compromising the survival of gut commensals and symbionts as well as the plastic depolymerization. In a speculative context, nanoplastics might have two effects on the digestive process. First, these particles might accumulate in the porous structure of the peritrophic matrix, thus preventing the movement of digestive enzymes and digestion products between the ectoperitrophic and endoperitrophic spaces. Second, the formation of protein corona in nanoplastics may incorporate digestive enzymes in its structure (Peng et al., 2019b; Wang et al., 2019). Both effects, i.e., lack of peritrophic matrix permeability and retention of digestive enzymes by nanoplastics, could lead to a deficient digestive process and nutrient acquisition.»

Can micro- and nano-plastics trigger a repertoire of immune responses? «Based on these studies, it could be hypothesized that hemocoel invasion by microplastics can trigger encapsulation and melanization whereby the hemocytes aggregate around the plastic fragment. Because melanization is accompanied by ROS generation, an increase of enzymatic and molecular antioxidant mechanisms to reestablish the oxidative balance would be expected. Although some studies have documented that microplastics induce oxidative stress in aquatic organisms (Sharifinia et al., 2020; Trestrail et al., 2020), the relationship between oxidative stress and immunotoxicity is not sufficiently clear. »

What impact could a nutrient-deficient diet have on the immune system of plastivores? «In addition, gut microbiota plays an important role in providing nutrients to the host (Schmidt and Engel, 2021), and their community structure and metabolism may also be seriously affected by nutrient-limited diets. Gut dysbiosis, discussed in Section 3, is the main consequence of insect larvae feeding on plastic-rich, nutrient-limited diets. However, dysbiosis can be an opportunity for pathogens because of the disruption of molecular mechanisms operating in the maintenance of the balance between symbionts/commensals and pathogens (Erlandson et al., 2019; Schmidt and Engel, 2021). »

The first conclusion that can be drawn from this very extensive study is that micro and nano plastics have a negative impact on the health of insect larvae raised in alternative protein mega-factories.

Toxicity of plastics, of all kinds, in other organisms

Moreover, in order to find other sources of information – about the impact of plastics ingested by insects – one only has to go and consult the “ecological” experts, in the fields, in vivo, whose job is to protect the local flora and fauna by publishing studies and reports… that nobody ever reads.

The truth is that, due to the extreme global pollution, by nano-plastics and micro-plastics, a large part of the Biosphere’s insects are being transformed into plastivorous insects. A study, from 2017, “Up and away: ontogenic transference as a pathway for aerial dispersal of microplastics”, has even found that microplastics can escape from polluted waters via flying insects – contaminating new environments and threatening birds and other creatures that feed on these insects. [64]

Thus, a mega-study, from March 2022, “The impacts of plastics on aquatic insects” [63] reviewed about 40 studies on the toxicity of plastics with respect to the health of aquatic insects. According to their findings: «We identified two main impacts: the first one is caused by the use of black macroplastic to protect crops from contact with the soil in agriculture. These black macroplastics attract tons of adult aquatic insects (terrestrial stage) that mistake the plastic surface for water because they select oviposition sites through phototaxis or polarotaxis. The second one comes from water contamination that can originate from the inadequate disposal of plastics, which harms young aquatic insects (aquatic phase) when they feed, reproduce, and construct shelters. Our results show the negative impacts of plastics on both larvae and adult aquatic insects. Despite the large knowledge gap regarding the impacts of plastic on aquatic insects, the evidence above is sufficient to consider these organisms important in global discussions regarding the impacts of plastic on biodiversity. » 

Another mega-study is “Immunotoxicity and intestinal effects of nano- and microplastics: a review of the literature”. [5]

For example, the October 2020 study, “Biomicroplastics versus conventional microplastics: An insight on the toxicity of these polymers in dragonfly larvae”, focuses on assessing the biochemical toxicity of polyethylene microplastics and polylactic acid biomicroplastics in dragonfly larvae Aphylla williamsoni used as experimental models. [36]

According to the abstract: « However, larvae exposed to PLA BioMPs have shown increased nitrite and lipid peroxidation levels, which supports the hypothesis that these pollutants increase oxidative stress processes in the animals evaluated, which can affect the animals’ physiological homeostasis from different changes. In addition, the decrease in superoxide dismutase activity and of total thiols levels, in these same animals, is suggestive of the impact of PLA BioMPs on the antioxidant defenses, causing a REDOX imbalance, never before reported. On the other hand, decreased AChE activity was only observed in larvae exposed to PLA BioMPs, which demonstrates the anticholinergic activity of the tested polymers; the consequences of which include changes in different neurophysiological functions. Thus, the current study has helped improving the scientific knowledge about impacts caused by PLA BioMPs on freshwater ecosystems, as well as corroborated assertions about the risks posed by such biopolymers on these environments.» [36]

Thus the January 2021 study entitled “Toxicity of polystyrene nanoplastics in dragonfly larvae: An insight on how these pollutants can affect bentonic macroinvertebrates” which focuses on the oxidative and neurotoxic impacts of polystyrene on dragonflies of the species Aphylla williamsoni. [58]

There are other studies on the impact of plastics on specific species: Chironomus sancticaroli [65]Simulium equinum, Simulium ornatum [66] [67]Chironomus riparius [70].

The first conclusion that can be drawn from all these studies is that if plastics have a negative impact on the health of the larvae of a species of dragonfly, and on the health of aquatic insects, it is likely that it is the same with the organisms of the larvae of the various species of insects used to metabolize plastics… under the pretext of entomo-remediation.

Indeed, there is a plethora of studies on the deleterious impact of plastics, of all kinds, on marine and terrestrial life – and on their ability to cross the biological barriers of organisms.

“Metabolomic profiling reveals the intestinal toxicity of different length of microplastic fibers on zebrafish (Danio rerio)”. February 2021. According to their conclusions: «The results demonstrate that microplastic fibers can up-regulate glycerophospholipids metabolism which exacerbates oxidative damage and inflammation and down-regulate fatty acyls metabolism related to nutritional deficiency. These novel findings enhance our understanding of the intestinal toxicity of microplastic fibers and demonstrate that metabolomics is powerful to unravel the underlying mechanisms of microplastics (MPs) toxicity.» [56]

“Size matters: Zebrafish (Danio rerio) as a model to study toxicity of nanoplastics from cells to the whole organism”. Janvier 2021. According to their conclusions: «Nanoparticles mainly accumulated in the gut, where they triggered reactive oxygen species, decreased expression of the antioxidant gene catalase and induced migration of immune cells. Finally, although PS NPs did not induce mortality in wild-type larvae, immunodeficient and infected larvae had decreased survival upon exposure to PS NPs. This fact could be explained by the mechanical disruption and/or the oxidative damage caused by these NPs that increase their susceptibility to pathogens.» [55]

Various studies have been published concerning the bio-accumulation, toxicity and interaction of micro- and nano-plastics on zebrafish (Danio rerio): [50]  [51]  [52]  [53]  [54]  [57].

“Size Effects of Microplastics on Embryos and Observation of Toxicity Kinetics in Larvae of Grass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella)”. According to their conclusions: «Larvae were prone to ingesting their own excrement, resulting in microplastic flocculants winding around their mouth. For the first time, it was found that excreted microplastics could be reconsumed by fish and reaccumulated in the oral cavity. Microplastics of a certain size (1 µm) could be accumulated in the nasal cavity. We speculate that the presence of a special groove structure in the nasal cavity of grass carp larvae may manage to seize the microplastics with a particular size. As far as we know, this is the first report of microplastics being found in the nasal passages of fish. Fluorescence images clearly recorded the toxicity kinetics of microplastics in herbivorous fish.» [59]

Various studies have been published concerning the bio-accumulation, toxicity and interaction of micro- and nano-plastics on the health of various species of farmed fish or molluscs: Pagellus bogaraveo (Pink seabream), Oreochromis niloticus (Nile Tilapia), Carassius auratus (Goldfish), Oncorhynchus mykiss (Rainbow trout), Barbodes gonionotus, Clarias gariepinus, Aristichthys nobilis, Cirrhinus mrigala, Sparus aurata, Cyprinodon variegatus, Meretrix meretrix (a clam). [60]  [62]

According to the conclusions of one of these studies: «Microplastics at high concentrations could induce oxidative stress, destroy intestine, liver and gill tissues, increase heart rate, and inhibit growth and swimming speed of the larvae. The most important finding was that nano-microplastics could enter into the muscle tissue through the epidermis of the larvae. It could cause damage to muscle tissue, destroy nerve fibers, inhibit acetylcholinase (AchE) activity, and show great adverse effects on larval movement than mMPs. In conclusion, both nano-microplastics and micron-microplastics at higher concentrations can cause damage to fish larvae and nano-microplastics are potentially more hazardous. » [61]

An August 2021 mega-study “Ecotoxicological Impacts of Micro and Nanoplastics in Terrestrial and Aquatic Environments”, conducted a literature review and analyzed the findings of 175 studies examining the ecotoxicological impacts of microplastics and nanoplastics in terrestrial and aquatic organisms in the context of particle characteristics, interactive toxicological effects, taxonomic gradients, and with a focus on synergies with associated chemicals. [68]

In conclusion, it is very difficult to imagine that the ingestion of plastics, of all kinds, could have toxic impacts on fish, on frogs, on nematodes, on oysters, on clams, on shrimps, on sea urchins, on ascidians – in addition to the insects mentioned above – without having some on edible plastivorous insects… destined for human consumption.

See the animated map of microplastic concentrations in the ocean that end up, in part, in human blood. [187]

Capacities of chitin, chitosan – and insects – to adsorb heavy metals and other pollutants…

In my previous essay – on the Chitinization and Graphenization of Humans – I have already mentioned the capacities of chitin and chitosan, very much promoted by the Chemical Industry, to adsorb heavy metals and other pollutants… [103]  [104]  [106] [107], it seems very wise to ask the same question for the human body.

In fact, some studies consider insects as “bio-indicators” – “necro-indicators” – of the extreme pollution of the Biosphere by heavy metals and other oxidizing and irradiating substances. [111]

With regard to the purification of toxic elements in the environment, some other studies even mention the entomo-remediation properties of insects – similar to the phyto-remediation properties of plants.

In fact, insects, whether food or not, are necro-accumulators of all the poisons that industry and chemical agriculture have released into the biosphere.

And this is all the more true since the domestic food insects, the most highly valued on the stock market, such as the Yellow meal beetle (Tenebrio molitor) and the Black soldier fly (Hermetia illucens), are certified and validated accumulators of various highly toxic heavy metals – such as cadmium, lead, arsenic, zinc, copper, nickel… [34] [108]  [109]  [110]  [112]  [113]  [114]  [115] – without even mentioning neo-nicotinoids. [117]

As well as accumulators of mycotoxins and pesticides. See the study entitled “Impact of substrate contamination with mycotoxins, heavy metals and pesticides on the growth performance and composition of black soldier fly larvae (Hermetia illucens) for use in the feed and food value chain” which deals with the accumulation of heavy metals, mycotoxins and pesticides by the black soldier fly. [49]

Will chitin, in the human body, favor – by its magnetic adsorption properties – the accumulation of heavy metals and other toxins?

In fact, will chitin, in the human body, favor the accumulation of graphene oxide and other nano-metallic derivatives of graphene?

Food recycling of Human Excrement: and soon of Human Corpses?

In July 2019, the news agency, Forbes, published an article entitled “From Feces To Flies To Feed: Innovating The Lifecycle Of Human Waste”. [89] This article discusses an initiative, Bio Resource Based Sanitation, being implemented in Kenya, in some pilot schools, which aims at recovering human excreta – in ad hoc latrines – to feed insects for fish or domestic animals.

See African News’ report from Kenya from June 2019. [95]

According to this article: «The excrement is collected daily and transported to a processing plant, where it is fed to the black soldier flies. After 10 days, the larvae are killed, dried and transformed into a protein-rich powder, which can be used to feed fish or other animals… Flies grow quickly, absorbing a huge amount of food. They are also not picky about their food, which can include human corpses and manure. ».  [89]

A Forbes article, about this subject, links to a study, from 2013, published in the journal Tropical Medicine and International Health, which is entitled “Growth rates of black soldier fly larvae fed on fresh human faeces and their implication for improving sanitation”. [90]

This study deals with the feeding of Black Soldier flies with human excrement… under the very laudable pretext of improving hygiene conditions in poor countries.

According to the figures of the terrorist Organization for Sanitary Massacre, the WHO, 2.6 billion human beings, as of 2010, were without sanitation facilities – 44% of whom practice “open defecation”.

There have been other studies over the past dozen years on feeding insects, based on human excreta, to domestic animals or humans.

“Faecal sludge management with the larvae of the black soldier fly (Hermetia illucens)–from a hygiene aspect”. 2013.  [91]

“Biowaste treatment with black soldier fly larvae: Increasing performance through the formulation of biowastes based on protein and carbohydrates”. 2019. [92] According to their conclusions: «The biowastes showed large variabilitywith respect to protein content, which was highest in poultry slaughterhouse waste, canteen waste and human faeces, and lowest in cow manure, vegetable canteen waste and mill by-products. Protein quality may also differ. In contrast to the other wastes, the protein in human faeces and cow manure was likely protein from gut microbial biomass. This was the first study in which nitrogen-to-protein conversion factors were determined for human faeces and faecal sludge. Human faeces collected in Zurich and pit latrine sludge collected in Nairobi had conversion factors of 3.9 and 3.8, respectively. » 

“An optimal feeding strategy for black soldier fly larvae biomass production and faecal sludge reduction”. 2019. [93]

“Conversion of organic material by black soldier fly larvae: establishing optimal feeding rates”. [94]

According to Jason Drew – quoted in a Wired article in January 2021: «Five or six years ago, if you talked about insect protein, people looked at you as if you were very strange. Now they think it’s cool. More people know about it, and for those who already know about it, they think: ‘Manure, why not?’,” he says. “It’s a gradual process: first we fed insects spent grain [from brewers], then mixed food waste, then in ten years, everyone will think it’s absolutely normal to feed them manure. And then we’ll get to human waste». [96]

Jason Drew is co-founder, and CEO, of Insect Technology Group, a company that has been breeding the Black Soldier Fly in South Africa since 2009.

Appendix 1.

Chitin and chitosan are also fundamental elements of “cellular agriculture

Finally, I would like to point out that chitin and chitosan are also fundamental elements of what is called “cellular agriculture” – i.e. agriculture in steel containers growing cells (duck, pig, chicken, silk, etc.) with chimeric yeasts and many inputs, each more suspicious than the other.  [126]

The expression “cellular agriculture” is an oxymoron because agriculture comes from “ager” for field in Latin. I refer the readers to my essay entitled “L’Agriculture Cellulaire, Chimérique et Confinée en Cuves Stériles”. [2] When I published this essay, in May 2020, I had not foreseen the danger of the chitinization of the human organism… all the more in synergy with the graphenization of humanity.

This fundamental need for chitin, and chitosan, for making “cellular” foods – especially fake meat – is aptly expressed in a June 2022 paper titled “Chitin- and chitosan-based scaffolds show promise for improving both the extensibility and nutritional value of cell-cultured meats.” [127] 

«Chitin ticks several boxes as a potential scaffold material for cell-cultured meat — it’s functional, nontoxic, biodegradable, and inexpensive. Through certain biological or chemical processes, chitin can also be converted into chitosan, a water-soluble derivative with some important physical, biological, and chemical differences. Chitosan, for instance, can be fine-tuned and functionalized to attain the desired properties for cellular scaffolds, such as the ability to promote cellular adhesion and proliferation.

For cellular agriculture, specifically, chitosan scaffolds can be prepared in various forms to promote muscle cell attachment and myogenesis — the process through which particular types of muscle cells attach to one another and the surrounding environment to form larger segments of muscle tissue. This functionality is essential for creating structured meat products that accurately resemble their animal-based counterparts. Chitosan has also been successfully blended with other polymers to further enhance its mechanical properties and better mimic native tissue, while recent research has even demonstrated the ability of chitosan sponges to support muscle cell growth and differentiation for cultured meat applications.» [127] 

Moreover, as I explained in my above-mentioned essay on Cellular Agriculture, all the so-called food substances generated by this type of agriculture are not only synthetic but also chimeric – that is, “trans/genic”, according to a term which is as non-sensical as “trans/humanist”.

According to the same study: « However, chitosan-based scaffolds are not without their drawbacks. Although growing cells on biomaterials such as chitosan is possible, their performance is often limited by a lack of the recognition motifs (specific sequences of amino acids) needed to support cellular migration — the ability of cells to not only grow but also move around as needed during the various stages of growth to form mature and healthy muscle tissues. As such, additional strategies are needed, such as crosslinking and genetic engineering, to functionalize these scaffolds specifically for the production of cell-cultured meat. Nevertheless, these steps may be a small price to pay considering the advantages such materials offer.» 127]