Do you remember Gerd Frobe's last big role in film? If not, and before you run to a search engine to find out who Gerd Frobe was, he was the actor who portrayed Auric Goldfinger opposite Sean Connery's James Bond, in the movie of that name, Goldfinger, with its memorable theme music, and an equally memorable and iconic performance from Frobe, who could easily be considered the James Bond villain. Well, Frobe went on to portray an evil German baron who kidnapped and enslaved children in the Dick Van Dyke movie, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. What most people don't remember is that the book from which the movie was fashioned into a screenplay was authored by Ian Fleming, creator of the James Bond character and novels.  The name of the evil German baron whom Frobe portrayed was "Baron von Bomburst."  I mention all this, because recently I did an interview with Canadian radio host Richard Syrrett, and inevitably we started talking about Klaus Schwab and the horrid group of ne'er-do-wells known as the World Economic Forum, or alternatively, the "Davos set." I shared my nickname for Schawb - "der Hochklaus von Blohschwab" - and Mr. Syrett chuckled, and responded with his favorite nickname for der Herr Blohschwab, by referring to him as "Baron von Bomburst",  the Gerd Frobe character from Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang.  I have to admit, it's a very humorous and very apt satirization of the pomposity that seems to follow Schwab like a green malodorous cloud.  So, from now on, if I happen to refer to "Baron von Bomburst" in addition to Der Hochklaus von Blohschwab, you'll know whom I'm talking about.  Baron von Bomburst presides over a birthday "party" in his castle where a group of "merry makers" dance a dreary waltz to an equally dreary "music" probably set in the key of "R Minor." The scene always makes me think of the gobs of fun and merriment that probably attends every WEF conference, as Al Gore screams and John "ketchup" Kerry drones on about the climate and population crisis, and while Baron von Bomburst presides over the "party"-goers.

(For the exciting fun of the Waltz in R Minor, see: )

Which leads me to my next questions:

Do you remember the Star Trek Next Generation episode were Captain Jean-Luc Piccard returns to Starfleet headquarters only to find the command structure has been infiltrated by aliens whose principal diet is a bowl of insects? In this case, the bowls of insects look a bit like mealworms, you know, the tiny little worms that you feed your pet gecko.

And while you're at it, do you also recall that unforgettable scene in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom where, at a sumptuous banquet held somewhere in India at a young Maharajah's palace, the guests are dining on a variety of repulsive and repugnant entrees, ending with "monkey brains"?

Well I mention all these characters and stomach turning diets because of two stories, the first and second shared by P.T. and T.M., and the third by W.G."

Don’t drink the water? Don’t eat EU food

Now, I'm not at all surprised that Baron von Bomburst and his ilk would be behind not only advocating the consumption of a nice bowl of mealworms and crickets, nor am I a bit surprised that the bureaucrats of Brussels - we call them the Brusselspouts here - would just take it upon themselves to go ahead and approve of the additives, nor am I a bit surprised that they managed to convince some corporations to go ahead and do it.  It reminds me of the lyrics to the old Tom Lehrer satire song from the 1970s, "Pollution":

If you visit American city/ You will find it very pretty;/ Just two things of which you must beware/ don't drink the water and don't breathe the air/ (CHORUS): Pollution, pollution, we've got smog and sewage and sludge/ turn on your tap, and get hot and cold running crud.

Only in this case, perhaps the lyrics need to be updated a bit (and I'm pretty certain that, were Mr. Lehrer still alive, he wouldn't mind):

If you visit Europe city/ You will find it very pretty;/ Just two things of which you must beware/ don't eat the bread in the Tupperware./ (CHORUS) Oh Davos oh Davos, we've got worms and crickets and flies; hold up your bowl, and get hot soup made out of bugs.

Or something like that.

Which brings me to the third shared by W.G.:

Now I have no doubt whatsoever that Missouri's nullification law in this case is directed precisely against practices and regulations such as the EU-PU's current fascination with eating insects. Indeed, I strongly suspect this legislation is also intended as a direct repudiation of's policy vis-a-vis GMOs and other practices including an over-regulated environment (think only of California's once-lush southern San Joaquin valley, now a dust bowl thanks to measures designed to "protect the environment").

But where states need to step up, and step up soon, is to make sure that products are properly labeled, and insect-derived additives carefully tested before being admitted, and if they should pass muster, that such ingredients clearly and boldly labeled.

Meanwhile, I'm waiting for Baron von Bomburst and the partiers at Davos to lead the way with bowls of mealworms, breads of bugs, and some "praying mantis pastries"... and I want to see Baron von Bomburst smile as he sinks his teeth into those live cricket exoskeletons...

Of course, none of that will happen, because the Davos party-goers to Baron von Bomburst's castle are all a bunch of hypocrites.

See you on the flip side....

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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  1. bluelectricstorm on February 1, 2023 at 11:05 pm

    I’d like to add to my previous post, that I am not basing my knowledge of the insect loss here on the scientists. I’ve seen it, for years now.
    I live in the most fertile of areas of the northwest, in the mountains, and there are simply no bugs left at all. It is rare to see some.
    A few years back I was visiting Mt. Shasta, out at the Sacramento River. I spoke with a Forest Service dude who had the sense not to fall for the covid nonsense, so we had a quick talk.
    I asked if he was from the area. No, he said he’d come this way to fish, but where are the fish? he asked.
    What do fish eat? I asked him. He looked at me wondering, and I answered “bugs, they eat bugs. Where are the bugs?”
    That’s all. he got it. No bugs I said, geoengineering. Heavy metals to entirely saturate the environment, and us, with ionic charge for microwave control.
    Dream On, Dr. Strangelove. Dream On.

  2. bluelectricstorm on February 1, 2023 at 10:48 pm

    Aside from the barrels of laughs this meltdown about eating insects…a culinary practice of most populations worldwide with bugs available since time immermorial…like I said, the jokes are writing themselves for a long time now!!…I am seriously beginning to wonder if it’s all about blood. Not enough blood in insects. Is that the problem? I heard they are very tasty, and I do not doubt it.
    Considering what the omnicidal geoeongineering agenda has already accomplished, you may soon be scrambling for your share of Santa Klaus’ bioengineered bugs, as you’ll be hard pressed to find any anywhere else. In case you haven’t noticed……what’s been going on….90% loss of terrestial and aqautic insects in no. California, as of ten years ago, reported by agency scientiests; 85% reported from German scientists.
    So yeah, just saying……it is not unusual to find a Thai harboring a few choice crickets in their sink. For later consumption. And they are at the walking street food booths every night of the year. Crispy.
    Meanwhile…pay attention to Thailand….the Tiger Nation is about to emerge with a roar.

  3. marcos toledo on February 1, 2023 at 9:33 pm

    A major problem is bugs like green lawn grass are indigestible to us humans we do eat grasses like barley, oats, and rice. If our elites were smart, they would put us Elois on a vegan diet so they the Morlocks could eat us. By the way I read the novel, and the villain in the book is a gangster.

  4. Richard on February 1, 2023 at 9:20 pm

    . . . .There’s no mention of “forever chemicals,” plastics, and RF (radio frequency) contamination upon bio-organics of the biome. . . come to think of it, there’s still very little done about ionizing radiation leakage from failed experiments and labs unawares or with feeble safety protocols. . . they’re already contributing to some strange developments and, especially, strange behaviours.

  5. RBG Santa Monica on February 1, 2023 at 5:26 pm

    It might be helpful to start checking food packages for kosher and/or halal labeling. Flour, for example, should always be kosher, so if it doesn’t have the kosher label (often a letter U inside a circle) it might contain bugs.

    • FiatLux on February 3, 2023 at 7:54 am

      Thanks for the suggestion, RBG! That’s a possible way around undisclosed insect ingredients (assuming that bugs are, and remain, unkosher and assuming the certifying agencies aren’t compromised).

  6. bluenose on February 1, 2023 at 4:59 pm

    “praying mantis pastries”. Wouldn’t the praying mantis be better suited at the head of the table saying ‘grace’? Surely Klowse Von Bimboschwab knows about prayers of ‘giving thanks’? Doesn’t he? 😇

  7. Maria Clarke on February 1, 2023 at 3:23 pm

    I seem to vaguely remember a Monty Python sketch where they were trying to find a good name for Brussels – they went through the obvious brussel-sprouts – then decided on – Phlegms. Fitting I think.

  8. Robert Barricklow on February 1, 2023 at 11:46 am

    It’s their ever-present mantra:
    DO as I say!
    NOT, as I do.

    ALL their policies are designed for the masses.
    But Never, for thyselves.

    While they’re dining in the finest restaurants…
    on the forbidden foods for the masses.
    The masses are eating and drinking….
    their socially credited & approved, digital coupon purchases.

    It’s a Dr. Jonathan Swift satirical storyline becoming reality;
    in a Bizarro World, where an artificially intelligent AI as become master
    to an enslaved oligarchy; who’ve not only lost their minds, but their souls
    – to a fictional narrative, they’ve taken as gospel.

    They’re “evolving” into specialized social insects;
    their system’s symbolic saviors.

  9. Kevin Ryan on February 1, 2023 at 10:27 am

    Let them commoners eat bugs! More cake for us!
    We’ll have them eating soylent green in no time.

  10. gord on February 1, 2023 at 9:21 am

    Bugs are OK, if it’s a Scorpion Bowl.

  11. anakephalaiosis on February 1, 2023 at 6:49 am

    In ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’, a giant praying mantis – disguised a seductive female teacher – entraps school boys for reproduction, to spawn more insect commies, whereafter the school boys – from Sunnydale – are to be eaten alive, in Sodom and Gomorrah.

    The Holy Writ confirms, that Yahweh and Elohim are complementary concepts, and both have mutual synonymic and contrastive functions.

    1. Genesis 2:7 stipulates, that dual concept Yahweh-Elohim defines man.

    2. Exodus 22:20 stipulates, that Elohim is idolatry, unless Yahweh is in the mix.

    Point is, that for both these positions to be true, then logic must prevail, which narrows down the interpretation into a reasonable context.

    The official translation of the Bible is dead wrong, because its most central theme is a red herring, to sustain ‘Vatican vampirism’.

  12. Bizantura on February 1, 2023 at 5:54 am

    I was angry I couldn’t vote on wanting to be part of the EU years back. Normies are considered to stupid for such important things in Belgium! I knew it would get bad, but this bad I did not foresee in my wildest dreams. Those “genocide” people really have to go, but it is like pulling weed referenced also from startrek, albeit voyager this time. The more you pull weed out the more it comes back! Where are the sequencers? You can give those fiends credit for something, the dumbing down from 1993 till today is staggering! Apparently, they are not done.

    • InfiniteRUs on February 1, 2023 at 8:57 am

      I don’t know about your country but in the US the groups most responsible for breaking down traditional, tried and true social structures was the ADL, Southern Poverty Law Center, those who run Hollywood, and the Unintelligent Agencies. Kind of hints who’s behind it all and if you look into what the people who dominate those groups are truely about and strive for then it suddenly all makes sense. Flooding Europe with Islam isn’t part of New Testament prophecy, for that you better look at the other two major religions in the area. Then look at those who guilt tripped Europe the most into allowing it to happen.

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