UK Government Wants Africans Eating Insects

UK urges hunger-stricken African nations to farm insects | Insects | The Guardian

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6 Responses to UK Government Wants Africans Eating Insects

  1. GWS says:

    Chocolate-coated ants were introduced in the 60s– Yummy!

  2. Vegieman says:

    What the headline actually says: “UK urges hunger-stricken African nations to eat cake”

  3. arn says:

    The green new deal gets greener every day,
    though I fail to understand how Soylent Brown fits into vegan propaganda.
    Killing thousands of insects of color for a single meal will make the vegans go crazy.

    Anyway – That’s what the UK has also in plan for its own citizens.
    Though one wonders why it is US/UK ,and it’s ALWAYS them,to tell the rest what to eat and what to do.

  4. Steve says:

    If they farm them, they can use the insect dung to build a fire to cook them, because they can’t use natural gas.

  5. Gamecock says:

    Western colonialism never dies.

    ‘Aid projects in DRC and Zimbabwe encourage rural inhabitants to eat insects rich in vitamins and minerals’

    Dirt is rich in vitamins and minerals.

    ‘In a move to realise the substantial on-paper benefits [?] of insect-eating, a £50,000 UK aid project in the DRC is putting African caterpillars, migratory locusts and black soldier flies on the menu.’

    To which the Congolese say, “Kinyesi cha ng’ombe!”

    “Hi! I’m from the UK, and I’m here to help you.”

  6. Peter Carroll says:

    Well, didn’t John the Baptist live on locusts and honey?

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