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Today’s talking point: Eat your bugs


CHILDREN in basket case Wales are now to be fed insects to ‘educate’ them on the environmental and nutritional benefits of eating invertebrates.

Why children, why not stick to consenting adults? Are Cardiff University researchers worried that none would sign up without some hefty financial inducement? Why else would you target unsuspecting and powerless school children? Well, there’s another reason – and it’s their stated one. They hope, having corralled them into breaking centuries old dietary taboos and into swallowing their natural revulsion, that the pupils at the four primary schools participating in the study will than exert their woke influence on their parents to accept insect foods.

In short it is an experiment in compliance – conducted on children because they do not have the power to opt out, are more manipulable in an environment where they have to conform and are subject to peer pressure. This is Maoist ethics.

Have the ‘academic’ researchers as well as Welsh authorities and teachers who’ve agreed to using children as experimental guinea pigs for the purposes of this (green) indoctrination lost their moral compass? Isn’t this tantamount to cruelty and abuse?

Feel free to discuss this or anything else on your mind. 

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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