NY Times: How To Develop An Appetite For Insects

We’ve all seen the jokes about eating bugs, living in pods and being content with a soulless life of consuming the latest products of American capitalism. The liberal establishment really is trying to transform the Millennial generation into literal genderless, polyamorous, deracinated bugmen though.

New York Times:

“Repeat after me: entomophagy.

It’s derived from Greek and Latin: “entomon,” meaning “insect,” and “phagus,” as in “feeding on.”

Some think it’s the future of food.

In 2013, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations released a report declaring the need to swap traditional protein sources for insects to support a sustainable future. The report helped drive an explosion of efforts all dedicated to making mealworms your next meal.

Presenters at a 2018 conference in Georgia, Eating Insects Athens, published papers this month in a special issue of the Annals of the Entomological Society of America. The volume showed how people who study insects scientifically are now spending more time thinking about eating them. …

It wasn’t always that way. Aristotle loved cicadas. Pliny the Elder preferred beetle larvae.  …”

If you eat this bug, then you will be as smart as Aristotle. Some people are calling it “the future of food.” It is the hip thing to do. It is good for the planet.

Is it gross? If you think eating insects is gross or sharing your wife with other men is cuckoldry, then you have been conditioned by centuries of “entomophagy-phobia” in your traditional culture. You don’t want to be an entomophagy-phobe, do you?

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  1. Day to day delivery of fleshlights? I don’t get it aren’t fleshlights cleanable? Why would you need day delivery Marvel sucks btw the film universe especially but there comics too, DC universe is much better and more varied

  2. You left out the most important point… the article was written by, wait for it.. (((Our Best Friend Forever))). Of course, (((they))) won’t have to eat bugs, because not kosher. Win win!

    Next thing, we’ll have (((articles))) all about how European women should be sure to swallow a daily dose of nutritious African semen.

    btw, if you go over to Sailer’s place at Unz, he’s got an article up on this too. In the comments thread there’s a link to yet (((another))) column about the importance of eating bugs, written by one Dan Nosowitz (not kidding). If you click that column, the comments section is hilariously priceless. I won’t spoil it for you, just go take a look, it’ll make your day.

  3. For years, I’ve been seeing articles about how we need to switch to eating “micro-livestock” like rabbits. For the planet and the children, of course. Harvesting rabbits and guinea pigs for meat hasn’t caught on anymore than butchering cats or dogs has, though, because they’re often children’s pets. So, start encouraging kids to have terrariums with those little insect meat substitutes, and we can stick to burgers without too much PC bitching. Although I agree with vegans that meat is murder…tasty, tasty murder. I’ll have my victim medium, thanks.

    • Rich L.,

      Have some fava beans and Chianti with your corpse flesh.

      I’ve eaten quail, squirrel, and rabbit. Let me tell you, there’s not a lot of meat on those critters.

  4. Micro houses, eat bugs, queer agenda, integration, mass orc immigration.

    “Look Irving, the goys will swallow anything.”

  5. Hasn’t the USDA allowed a certain amount of insect matter in peanut butter frankfurters already? Those are the two that I heard had ground insects in them, so very likely there are others too.

    It appears we were being groomed to eat insects but few knew about it.

    Remember that your ignorance is (((their))) power.

    Now let me eat my chocolate covered lady bugs in peace.

  6. A couple of other nuggets from the (((NYT))) article under discussion:

    “While it wasn’t the only factor, the colonial era deepened the stigmatization of entomophagy in mainland Europe, and in turn among European settlers in the Americas. Further distaste grew as insects threatened profitable agricultural monocultures supported by slavery and industrialization. …”

    It appears that the NYT can’t even produce an article about a mid-town traffic jam without somehow or another referencing slavery in America.

    The closing paragraph is real gem too.:

    “That kind of research could be a model for eventually mass producing other insects for human consumption, like mealworms or crickets, which we’re a long way off from growing in ways that could feed the masses. ”

    Perish the thought, Mizz JoAnna (((Klein))) that we might start some insect raising and processing labor camps and staff them with (((slaves))).

  7. Matthew 3:4: And the same John had his raiment of camel’s hair, and a leathern girdle about his loins; and his meat was locusts and wild honey.

    Good enough for John the Baptist, good enough for me! Ever tried a locust? They taste like beef jerky,

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