Posted by: cindybythesea | August 29, 2022

Run From This Word

“Beef, it’s what’s for dinner!”  How many of you recall that slogan? I know I do. It was an advertising slogan launched in 1992 by the National Livestock and Beef Board/National Cattlemens Association for promotion of the beef industry. And it was tremendously successful as evidenced by my remembering it these 30 years later. But that was then, this is now. Fast forward 30 years and cows along with all grazing animals are being portrayed as the scourge of the earth with insects now being tauted as the new superfood (reportedly packed with protein) to replace them. And sustainable, of course – the new buzz word attached to just about everything in an effort to drive us towards the brave new world of the future.

Bug Out

The purpose of this post is not specifically towards whether one should or should not eat bugs. Although, the Bible does tell us which bugs are allowed and which are not if one should want or need to eat insects. You can find that outlined in Leviticus 11: 20- 23. And for those who contend that insects have been a main source of protein for who knows how long in many other countries, I would say – “that’s true but show me one photograph where the people who subsist on this kind of diet appear to be in robust health?” I’m doubtful that one exists because an insect based diet is not one of choice for the majority of people who have to eat them but rather one born out of necessity due to extreme poverty. So we really need to take a look at what this word sustainable means and what the immediate and long range goals are of those promoting it. Because I guarantee you it is not going away but is rather gaining momentum with every passing day.


Everywhere you look you hear or see this word – sustainable or sustainability. It has quickly become the new seal of approval attached to just about everything. But what does it really mean?

According to one source sustainability may be defined as –

“Sustainability consists of fulfilling the needs of current generations without compromising the needs of future generations, while ensuring a balance between economic growth, environmental care and social well-being”.

Well, that doesn’t sound too bad does it? Who could disagree with that? Well, let’s look a little closer as sustainability is often described as having three or four pillars – in other words 3 or 4 main points on which the whole idea or concept is constructed.

The Three Pillars of Sustainability

And from the United Nations, we find these 3 expanded to a list of 12.

So, this is where we find ourselves today and the push is full on now to achieve these goals. But who are they good for? At first glance one might assume they are good for everyone. But are they? Let’s take a look.

Goals 1-3 – Poverty, hunger and health

I was going to find quotes regarding each of these but because there are so many and from such a wide variety of sources I decided instead to look at trends – the trends I see and most likely the ones you do too.

So regarding poverty, hunger and health. The trend that I see is population reduction through manufacturered viruses and the vaccines that accompany them. The continuation and extension of poor diets to include insects in replacement of beef and other traditional sources of protein while tauting these changes as beneficial to all in an effort to both alleviate hunger and improve health. A lie to justify the planned extinction of ranching and farming as we know it today. All for the green god of environmentalism. And of course, abortion, birth control and transgenderism to slow population growth as well.

Goals 4-6 Education, gender equality and water

The trend in education is not towards producing brighter and better educated students but rather more fully indoctrinated ones towards Marxist ideology and green thinking. Today even Christians are less interested in saving souls than they are saving the planet. Water usage is big on the list from water saving features on your plumbing fixtures to ending irrigation to large tracts of land for such things as farming and cattle grazing. The idea is for the land to return to its natural state unaltered by the presence of humans who greedily change it to suit their own greedy needs.

Goals 7-9 Energy, economy and industrialization

The trend in energy as we all know is towards ending our dependence on fossil fuels in favor of solar energy and things like electric cars. Ignoring the fact that the batteries for these vehicles are not only incredibly expensive but the process used in making them is anything but environmentally friendly. The economy across the board is in the dumpster as well with inflation in every commodity from housing to gas and food and swiftly spiraling out of control.  Thanks to the controlled demolition by Covid the back bone of America (the small Mom and Pop businesses) have officially been broken in favor of big corporations who have officially become woke. And the industrial revolution which provided great strides in terms of comfort, convenience and quality of life is officially over as we enter the brave new world of AI. Humans not needed.

Goals 10-12 Reduce inequality, Inclusive cities, Sustainable consumption and production

Reduce inequality. That in itself is an interesting concept for there is little in life that is equal. We may have the same education but you also may be smarter, more ambitious, more driven than me. My athletic goals may never match yours due to body type and build. The only place we are truly equal is the one place they reject- all humans born and unborn are equally valuable as they are created in the image of God. Other than that we can never be truly equal and inequality in itself is not necessarily a bad thing. If we are to be equal in all things in order to bring one up the other must be brought down. So since we can’t all eat beef (as cows are the scourge of the earth) we can all eat bugs – culinary equality. You will own nothing and be happy …. 500 square feet of living space for every one ….equality. Which brings us to inclusive cities.

“An Inclusive city is a city which without prejudice to economic status, gender, race, ethnicity, or religion provides equal access to social, economic, and political opportunities for a wide variety of urban residents.”

The most inclusive city in the world – Zurich.

Regarding sustainable consumption and production; I don’t know but I’m guessing the limitation of certain things in order to meet the green agenda. And once everyone receives a chip with an accompanying social score it will be a very simple process to do so. Once you have reached the limitation on certain commodities you will simply be locked out. No more meat for you this week as you have already reached your weekly allotment – in order to keep consumption at a sustainable level, of course. Gas or electric charge; the same. You are only allowed to travel x number of miles in any given time period. Having reached your limit you will be locked out. Failed to get that last booster – locked out from any number of public places until compliancy is reached. And, of course we could go on and on with this.

Behold, A Pale Horse

The more I have thought about this the more I can see the relationship between the new green agenda and the pale horse from Revelation 6:8. The word for pale in Greek is chloros … greenish, pale in color.

“When the Lamb opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living creature say, “Come!”  I looked, and there before me was a pale ( chloros) horse! Its rider was named Death, and Hades was following close behind him. They were given power over a fourth of the earth to kill by sword, famine and plague, and by the wild beasts of the earth” Revelation 6:8

I have no doubt that this will be the outcome of the new green policies (death for the majority) all in the name of saving the earth, keeping population at a sustainable level and conserving resources. Cloaked in language that makes it seem fair and beneficial to all it will become shockingly evident as time moves forward that it is neither of those things and that we have been lied to in the most vile of ways. But by then, for most it will simply be too late.

Behold, a pale horse!

“Pray for the peace of Jerusalem they shall prosper who love thee” Psalm 122:6

Watching and waiting with YOU for the soon return of Jesus! Cindy


  1. Being a vegetarian isn’t bad for the body, and backyard gardening can be done with families working together, and only watering when there isn’t adequate rain. Remember too that John the Baptist ate locusts and wild honey to survive in the wilderness, and he was strong enough to preach with fiery determination. So if we must, so will we

    Besides, we were designed to eat fruit, vegetables, berries and nuts originally, and milk products and eggs were likely also available and enjoyed by Adam and Eve and their children. But a vegetarian diet can provide more than enough protein when legumes like beans and lentils are consumed in adequate amounts.

    So I’m not too worried that we’re going to starve in the westernized countries with fairly good rainfall and decent economies – unless there is to be no catching away. Then the whole world will be affected, and there will be starving and desperate people everywhere.

    But until then, it’s the arid desert countries and overpopulated third world countries that are going to be hit the hardest by a lack of affordable and importable grains, fruits, vegetables and meats. In the meantime, I am praying that our Messiah Yahshua will come for us soon, and protect us from all evil until then.

    • Thank you for your comment although I would add while that may be so the cumulative goals under the cloak of sustainability is in no one’s best interest except the ones promoting them. And that is the crux of the article bugs or no bugs.

  2. this is excellent.  thank you Cindy!!  Jane Elizabeth Schaech 

    • Thank you Jane!

  3. […] Run From This Word […]

    • Great post and one I feel privileged to repost on my blog. My email has been acting up or I would have responded directly to you there regarding some of the other information you have shared.
      For some reason I can receive but not send out. Hopefully, that resolves soon

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