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Tina is a young, beautiful and caring womxn living in Portland, Oregon with her two dogs and boyfriend. She spends her nights watching 90 Day Fiance and critiquing her boyfriend's everything. She attended UC Berkley for a month and nearly got a Master's Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. She considers herself to be the savior of POC and womxn.

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Time to drop the ball: Earth dies if beef stays legal

We are running out of time before the world goes belly up.

I don’t know how many times that I, as a climate change extremist, have seen people ignore the end-of-world deadlines where the world would’ve ended from climate change. Even though these predictions were false, it’s going to be true one of these times and they’re laughing at us.

The world is ending and it is crying out to us for help but we keep flooding CO2 into her from breeding hordes of our longest-running slaves – beef cattle.

Right-wing pundits are already sounding the alarm on the preparations. They share any audio clip or marketing tactic they can find that insinuates people might be expected to eat bugs.

If we could’ve gone a few more years before the centrist dummies starting revealing a very necessary psychological strategy that would make the outlawing of beef seem less Mad Max.

The World Economic Forum even helped in the messaging with articles such as “5 reasons why eating insects could reduce climate change” and “Why we need to give insects the role they deserve in our food systems”.

As The Daily Beast’s Mark Hay writes in his rebuttal against right wing conspiracies “COVID Truthers’ New Freakout: Being Forced to Eat Bugs”,

About two billion people across 130 nations have long-standing and active insect-eating traditions. In most cases this isn ot because they are chronically desperateor coerced into eating bugs, but because insects are an abundant source of protein and, acculturated disgust aside, plenty of them actually taste pretty good. Many American and European communities also ate insects on and off until the dawn of the 20th century, when a number of social forces, including classism and racism, denigrated those traditions into shameful obscurity.

Mark Hay, The Daily Beast

The Seattle Mariners have proved that grasshoppers can be a delicious delicacy for five years now. Yet, the ignorant middle class still retches at the mention of eating bugs – which makes the fascination with Crawfish so interesting. Are they not bugs, too?

But we have no more time to prepare the proletariat for a very necessary step – making the ownership or raising of beef cattle for slaughter to be illegal. The trick, as lawmakers know, is to not outlaw the consumption but to outlaw the production which strangles the market but doesn’t cause the Trumpers-class to go “but muh freedomz’.

So, get the word out.

Eating bugs is not gross.

What’s gross is eating beef when you know it is ending the world.

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