After calling for people to eat bugs, NPR now says bug eating push is just a “right wing conspiracy”
07/30/2023 // Ethan Huff // Views

All that talk from World Economic Forum (WEF) head Klaus Schwab and his government and media minions about how everyone needs to eat bugs instead of meat in order to stop climate change is just a vast "right wing conspiracy," according to NPR's Huo Jingnan, Gene Demby, Jess Kung and Dalia Mortada.

Klaus was apparently just kidding when he made these statements out loud on the public stage, according to NPR, which expects us all to now believe that the notion of eating bugs is just a "meme on 4chan" that "emerged in conservative talk shows and political speech."

The only reason bug eating is even a thing is not because the globalists themselves are promoting it. According to NPR, it is just a "sprawling conspiracy theory" being pushed by angry right-wingers with an axe to grind against those promoting the idea of man-made climate change.

(Related: Remember when Klaus Schwab praised the Chinese Communist Party [CCP] for imposing harsh "covid control measures" on its citizens?)

NPR: Claiming the "global elites" are pushing people to eat bugs an "antisemitic trope"

Not only that, but NPR also alleges that those talking about the globalist plot to force us all to eat bugs are "anti-Semitic," the suggestion being that it is Jews who are pushing for meat to be outlawed and replaced with insects.

"Proponents of the theory lean on the antisemitic trope that 'global elites' have a plot to control the masses – in this case under the guise of climate change solutions – by forcing them to eat bugs," Huo and the others wrote in their piece for NPR.

In other words, every reference to "global elites" is obviously referring to Jews, according to NPR, which apparently believes that this is the religion of the globalists behind the plot to force everyone onto a bug-eating diet.

Hilariously, NPR has been one of the loudest proponents of bug eating ever since the idea was first put forward by the "global elite." A quick search in the NPR archives pulls up many articles alleging that eating meat is killing the planet, and that the only solution is to eat crickets and cockroaches instead.

"NPR is obsessed with the bug-eating conspiracy," reported Hot Air about NPR's strange obsession with the subject.

"Earlier this year they did another story about this very subject, in which they simultaneously argued that nobody wants you to eat bugs, but also that you really should want to eat bugs and it is racism and colonialism to reject the idea."

Stephen L. Miller shared some screenshots on social media of NPR duplicitous and contradictory reporting on the bug eating issue. Have a look for yourself to see the hypocrisy:

It is important to emphasize the fact that NPR is publicly funded with U.S. taxpayer dollars. It is supposed to be an independent media outlet that reports neutrally in the best interests of all Americans, regardless of their political leanings.

One commenter wrote about the simplest solution to the problem: "Defund NPR!"

"Do you know what else is labeled a 'right wing conspiracy?' The population replacement of White Americans, while millions upon millions of illegal aliens have and are entering the United States of America," wrote another about another very real thing that is happening while the media denies it.

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