IKEA Considers Removing Meatballs From Menu Due To ‘Climate Change’

If they really cared, they would simply shut their doors, due to all the fossil fuels used to ship their products, along with all the trees killed to make their products. Put this one simply in the category of “doing the least possible to not affect the bottom line” along with “spreading awareness”

(UK Daily Mail) If you’re a fan of Ikea’s meatballs, prepare for a shock.

The chain is considering sacrificing its famous dish … because of fears over global warming.

Its researchers have come up with alternative recipes to help reduce consumption of meat, which is blamed for fuelling climate change.

The Swedish chain is already developing a vegan version of its meatball.

Its experts suggest other possibilities could include a ‘crispy bug ball’ made from insect protein; a ‘lean green algae ball’ and a ‘nutty ball’ made from grains and vegetables.

Sounds appealing, right?

This goes with so many other nutters calling for Other People to reduce and even eliminate their eating of meat. James Cameron wrote the solution is as simple as giving up meat. Newsweek recently opined that eating meat is causing dangerous Hotcoldwetdry. Arnold Schwarzenegger told everyone that they would need to drastically reduce their meat intake. We can go back through the years and see the Cult of Climastrology pushing the same thing.

Of course, most Warmists refuse to do the same in their own lives. Some do, but, like most things they push, this is for Everyone Else to comply with.

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4 Responses to “IKEA Considers Removing Meatballs From Menu Due To ‘Climate Change’”

  1. No longer effects me. I stopped going to Ikea the first time I got to the register and was told that IF I wanted a plastic shopping bag for my purchases I had to pay an extra 5 cents. For the planet.

  2. john says:

    2015 will be first year of reduced carbon pollution in a growing economy. Thanks for all who helped

  3. Dana says:

    Our esteemed host wrote:

    along with all the trees killed to make their products.

    This statement assumes that there is some actual wood in IKEA furniture. You might wish to rephrase that.

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