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Re: Anyone want to eat insects?
« Reply #15 on: July 07, 2022, 06:40:19 PM »
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lower emissions by up to 70% in some places and even up to 95% in other

These figures imply destoying practically the entire agri-food industry.

Farm waste can be used to extract methane and turn it into manure, both of which are scarce today. If there really was a problem of pollution produced by agri-food farms, I understand that the challenge would be managing to treat the waste. As for the use of water on farms, I think that Israel has managed to do wonders in a semi-desert terrain. Therein lies the challenge. If, on the other hand, what you do is kill all productive activity so that it is not polluting, what you will achieve will be to make the goods that have stopped being produced more expensive or even cause shortages, don't talk about direct and indirect jobs.

A few decades ago, when it was not a taboo subject, there was talk of the tons of daily garbage generated by cities of humans (not animals). And the population does not stop growing due to massive immigration, because the European population was and is decreasing due to the low birth rate.

As the salaries of politicians are paid by the working people, if the productive system is destroyed, I hope they will act accordingly, and lower their salary in the same proportion.
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Re: Anyone want to eat insects?
« Reply #16 on: July 07, 2022, 06:53:40 PM »
Farm waste can be used to extract methane and turn it into manure, both of which are scarce today

Please, caballero, visit the Netherlands, and check yourself the deplorable lack of manure in this beautiful country :tongue:

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The suspects were arrested after a police action in which targeted shots were fired and warning shots were also fired. This happened during the protest, leading to a tractor allegedly driven by the 16-year-old boy being struck by a bullet. Images of the incident are circulating on social media, including the bullet hole. A video shows that officers appear to be on the road with guns drawn when a tractor with trailer drives past a police blockade. Then shots can be heard on the video.
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A group of activists drove about twenty tractors to the police station

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Then, according to the police around 10:40 pm, the situation gets out of hand. Tractor drivers try to drive into officers


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Re: Anyone want to eat insects?
« Reply #17 on: July 07, 2022, 07:09:13 PM »
There is at least some locations in the world where anything to reduce the locust plagues would be useful. If someone could work out a way to harvest them and make a buck$ out of it, it would serve more than one purpose. The problem may be the sheer quantity of locusts, apparently they occur in millions to billions and the scale to control it may be beyond human capacity.

The next factor is how you name the end product, call it puree of Cockroach and it may not be a winner, Locust guts probably would not hit the spot either but some enterprising individual with a creative grasp of marketing may come up with a name that attracts at least some people. If you can make vegan steak, you should be able to do it with cockroach guts as well, its all in the marketing.  :biggrin:
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Re: Anyone want to eat insects?
« Reply #18 on: July 07, 2022, 07:34:01 PM »
a way to harvest them and make a buck$ out of it

That was my first thought, too, when I saw the locusts hitting East Africa in 2020. The problem: they do that only every 10 years or so, and no chance to predict where that will happen. So you would have to build an expensive infrastructure of locust nets etc all over Africa and Asia that will be used every 10 years. Absolutely no chance to make that profitable.

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Re: Anyone want to eat insects?
« Reply #19 on: July 07, 2022, 09:50:42 PM »
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Then, according to the police around 10:40 pm, the situation gets out of hand. Tractor drivers try to drive into officers

NOS = fake news ( Dutch government controlled propaganda TV channel )

There is no evidence or video footage that tractor drivers try to drive into officers.
The police admitted this already and released the 3 farmers.
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Re: Anyone want to eat insects?
« Reply #20 on: July 07, 2022, 10:07:16 PM »
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The Dutch "Minister for the Environment and Nitrogen", Christianne van der Wal, announced that 30 percent of livestock farmers would have to give up their farms. Those affected now have the choice of giving up their farms voluntarily and leaving the field or vouching never to practise their profession again - only then would they be compensated. Those who do not comply should be expropriated by the state, they say.

Also interesting in this context:
https://www.parlament.gv.at/PAKT/VHG/XXVII/J/J_11079/fnameorig_1447103.html

The FVD MP also wanted to know what exactly the underlying relationship or cooperation between the Dutch state and the WEF was. "Can you give an overview of all the agreements that exist between the Dutch state and the WEF? To what extent are the agreements made (legally) binding?"

The answer: "Dutch ministers regularly attend meetings organised by the WEF by invitation. There are also cooperation agreements with the WEF, which have been set out in agreements in the following areas: Sustainable Investment Policy, Tropical Forest Alliance, Food Systems Initiative, Food Innovation Hubs. The commitments set out in these agreements are legally binding."

"Wow", replies MP Pepijn van Houwelingen (FVD). The government admits that there are agreements with the World Economic Forum that are "legally binding"! Are these agreements public? What is the role of the House of Commons?

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Re: Anyone want to eat insects?
« Reply #21 on: July 07, 2022, 10:11:22 PM »
There is no evidence or video footage that tractor drivers try to drive into officers.

Exactly. The video you posted shows that the policeman is shooting at the Truck without being attacked.
https://youtu.be/wfHd2GF0TJM?t=37
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Re: Anyone want to eat insects?
« Reply #22 on: July 07, 2022, 10:29:26 PM »
Greenhorn,

Exactly. The video you posted shows that the policeman is shooting at the Truck without being attacked.
https://youtu.be/wfHd2GF0TJM?t=37

this must necessarily be fake news, because our GDI (Great Data Interpreter) says it. There is no area of expertise in which he isn't a complete specialist.
You can really trust him. [irony off]
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Re: Anyone want to eat insects?
« Reply #23 on: July 08, 2022, 02:43:14 AM »
This is how the WEF-controlled propaganda media works.
Think Jochen saw this video from the WDR. Deliberately cutting the video where the police officer shoots the farmer and the rest in this video is also largely fake news.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKZQK4i8-zk

They now know that the majority of people do not believe in the misleading news they spread.
So they had no choice other than to rectify this misleading news item....  :badgrin:

Hinweis: In unserem Video sagen wir zur Szene, in der geschossen wird, dass die Landwirte mit ihren Traktoren auf die Polizisten zugesteuert sind.
Dass sie auf die Polizisten zugefahren wären, ist die Sichtweise der Polizei.
Das hätten wir im Video deutlicher sagen müssen.  :sad:
Hier haben wir die verschiedenen Sichtweisen zu den Schüssen und dem zugrundeliegenden Konflikt nochmal genauer aufgeschrieben - dort zeigen wir die Szene zu den abgefeuerten Schüssen auch nochmal in einem kurzen Video:
https://www1.wdr.de/nachrichten/bauern-proteste-niederlanden-polizei-schuesse-100.html

The reality at the moment is that 1.2 million people cannot pay their bills in the Netherlands. Not long ago one of the richest countries, before the Globalists started stealing our wealth.
Creating crisis after crisis after crisis after crisis after crisis after crisis............

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Re: Anyone want to eat insects?
« Reply #24 on: July 08, 2022, 09:36:58 AM »
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Re: Anyone want to eat insects?
« Reply #25 on: July 08, 2022, 09:57:01 AM »
Dutch Farmers Spray Manure On Government Buildings In Protest.

See here what's going on in my country you will not see on MSM:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IG6FsVVFfc
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Re: Anyone want to eat insects?
« Reply #26 on: July 08, 2022, 10:48:10 AM »
You will certainly see that in the "MSM", too. Btw, is posting the private addresses of Ministers on social media so that farmers can throw manure in their private gardens compatible with your idea of democracy, Marinus?

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Re: Anyone want to eat insects?
« Reply #27 on: July 08, 2022, 11:20:21 AM »
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He he, it would be my idea of democracy, connecting to some crapheap politician that their policies are a heap of chyte is a great idea. I would not abject if they were throwing stones at the bastards, using an Australian expression for politicians, "Keeping the bastards honest".
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Re: Anyone want to eat insects?
« Reply #28 on: July 08, 2022, 11:37:05 AM »
You will certainly see that in the "MSM", too. Btw, is posting the private addresses of Ministers on social media so that farmers can throw manure in their private gardens compatible with your idea of democracy, Marinus?

Where does that come from??? Of course not, I don't see a link with democracy and this type of behaviour.
But it is an understandable reaction, they are threatened, beaten up, shot at and robbed of their income by this corrupt government for years now. They have nothing more to lose.
You know that some farmers have killed themselves?

I can ask you the same stupid question: Is the police firing at unarmed protesters compatible with your idea of democracy, Jochen?
Maybe it's now the time for you to pull your head out of the sand.  :biggrin:

People have had enough of this globalist agenda bullshit.
 
BTW their addresses are not hidden or secret.
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Re: Anyone want to eat insects?
« Reply #29 on: July 08, 2022, 05:29:31 PM »