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Globalists At World Economic Forum To Public: Eat Weeds To Tackle Climate Change, Growing Population

So much for “let them eat cake.”  Globalists at the World Economic Forum now want you to consider eating weeds as part of what it calls the “Bold Actions for Food as a Force for Good.”  To save the planet, of course.

According to the World Economic Forum:

  • Weeds can be nutritious and tasty, if we know which ones to pick.
  • As the global population grows, they can be a reliable food source.
  • Their ability to capture carbon can help tackle climate change.
  • Weeds can also assist farmers by identifying soil problems to boost yields.

They also give us five reasons why they think weeds are good for you:

1. They’re easy to grow

2. They can be rich in nutrients

3. We need to diversify our diets

4. They know more about the soil than we do

5. They taste great

A post at the Public Editor puts it this way: “Sticks and twigs and bugs for thee, steak for me.”

Isn’t that the way it always works?

https://twitter.com/CDL80/status/1333260755550933000

Welcome to the Great Reset…

Our response to the World Economic Forum?  You first.

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Joe Newby

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