The De Octopus school in Overikssell is one of 100 different schools participating in the program, National File reported.
Many believe that the globalist World Economic Forum and its advocates have had a hand in this programming, as they have been pushing the heightened consumption of insects as a replacement for meat products.
A tweet from political commentator Eva Vlaardingerbroek showed a video of school children being served a platter of insects, including a mealworm and what is presumably some kind of alternative meat.
The video is in Dutch, but the school administrators and teachers seem proud and excited about the initiative.
“WEF agenda in full force: Hundreds of schools in The Netherlands have started a campaign introducing 10-12 y/o kids to mealworms and insects as a ‘sustainable’ meat substitute,” said the tweet. “The goal is to bring about ‘behavioral changes through unprejudiced children.’”
WEF has stated that “insect farming for food and animal feed could offer an environmentally friendly solution to the impending food crisis.”
The group has also said that consumption of animal protein is the source of increased greenhouse gas and climate change.
“Insects are an overlooked source of protein and a way to battle climate change,” WEF claimes on its website. “The consumption of insects can offset climate change in many ways.”
“Plant proteins lack some essential amino acids that animal proteins possess, but the major differences between insect and other sources of protein exist largely in the cultural and environmental realm,” WEF adds.
The Netherlands was thrown into turmoil this summer as farmers started to protest against the limitation on nitrogen levels. This change would make it essentially impossible to farm.
It is also expected that WEF had a hand in the nitrogen limitation laws.