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News :: Education : Environment
National "Public" Radio Promotes The Eating Of Maggots
19 Sep 2013
NPR continues its program of desensitizing the public to violence.
National Public Radio Promotes Eating Maggots

Yellow Springs Ohio used to be known as the
home of Antioch, a small college with a history of peace action. If Glen Courtright of Enviroflight has his way, it will be known for his promotion of the eating of maggots.

While factory farms such as Agrigeneral in Newark, Ohio have gone to court over their filling the countryside with millions of flies generated by their waste, Courtright is breeding black soldier flies, flies who don't bite, to eat slaughterhouse waste (some of which products are blood, urine and feces as well as the occasional digit of an unlucky
undocumented worekr). Then he roasts the
flies alive, and looks for pig factory farmers
to buy his roasted maggots to feed to slaughterhouse
bound pigs. NPR called food fed to pigs feed,
another human chauvinist term from the network
with 200 million invested in a fast food company.

This revolting program would multiply the BSE
or Mad Cow, Mad Pig, Mac Chiken, and other
diseases in the population.

Presently some factory farms feed fish meal
(ground up suffocoated fish parts) to the captive

Dan Charles and All Things Considered helped
to popularize maggot eating.

It's part of NPR's conspiracy to desensitize
its listeners to violence. What's next?
cat entrails? sheep eyes?

When souls fly right
they recognize fly rights.

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