Friday, August 23, 2019

How low can they go?

Just how far back do the haters of Western civilization want to turn back the clock? Even farther back than you think.
Though accusations of cannibalism have often been falsely made to demonize groups, it isn't absent from human history. The Fore people of Papua New Guinea were reported to have participated in funerary cannibalism, believing it better that the body was eaten by people who loved the deceased than by worms and maggots. Parts of mummies were eaten for medicinal purposes in post-Renaissance Europe.

We suspect that we could adapt to human flesh if need be. Many people develop disgust for all kinds of meat, while morticians and surgeons quickly adapt to the initially difficult experience of handling dead bodies. Our ongoing research with butchers in England suggests that they easily adapt to working with animal parts that the average consumer finds quite disgusting.

Thankfully for most of us, there is no need to overcome our repulsion for the foreseeable future.
They reject Jesus Christ, they believe we are animals, and they want us to live like animals. There is literally no depth to which they will not sink, which is why we have to stand firmly against the entire project on behalf of our faith, our families, our nations, and our Christian civilization.

Mark this well: if you are on the side of equality, tolerance, inclusivity, and diversity, then you are on the side of the satanists, the cannibals, and the pedophiles... among others.

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Blogger map August 23, 2019 5:42 AM  

This can be called TIED for short.


Blogger American Spartan August 23, 2019 5:43 AM  

You do not reason with the insane, nor do you negotiate with traitors, you do as all victors have across time dome, purge them and prevent your enemies from ever being allowed in your state nor allow them near your kids to poison their minds.

Blogger Cataline Sergius August 23, 2019 5:45 AM  

Oh my glod.

I was just saying to my wife, "I wonder what would happen if Trump made a speech denouncing cannibalism?"


Blogger Harambe August 23, 2019 5:49 AM  

Anything is better than English cuisine though

Blogger boogeyman August 23, 2019 5:51 AM  

Wait, wasn't Newsweek sold for a dollar? How is it still in business, and who in the hell reads it?

Blogger VD August 23, 2019 6:05 AM  

Apparently the satanist cannibals bought it.

Blogger The Observer August 23, 2019 6:15 AM  

Cannibalism is insane. There's a good reason why so many societies rejected it, and even those that allowed it usually performed it as parts of rituals than making it an everyday occurrence. The sheer power of the disease vector that cannibalism represents is so immense that people knew from early on not to situate cemeteries near the local water table; it's not just prion diseases (not destroyed by heat, untreatable, often undiagnosable until after death), it's a whole host of other pathogens and parasites.

Blogger Rick August 23, 2019 6:16 AM  

Newsweek is a boomer blog. It’s given away to dentist waiting rooms (captive boomer audience) under the guise that someone smart paid for it and reads it. You would think there are ads here and there throughout, but really it’s the opposite— the articles are the ads.

Blogger Troushers August 23, 2019 6:25 AM  

Newsweek 2029: "Kuruphobia has no place in modern America"

Blogger Jack Ward August 23, 2019 6:27 AM  

I know this comment surely stretches the imagination for being on topic. But, this early am I was thinking about the Epstein 'suicide' and how 'no video', none of the guards cooperating,
etc, etc. What if this is all 4 D chess, again, by the GE, to keep Epstein alive long enough to testify? I mean, really, first thing I would have done is drag those guards in front of a tribunal and require lie detector tests, questioning under hypnosis, using truth drugs, and 'other' means of finding out what happened.
If the whole thing was not staged by crafty Q types and a real killing, done in a max security prison, then those guards need to be in max security themselves guarded by secret service. The loyal secret service. You know, the few that can be trusted.
One method might be to take the guard least likely to know anything and have that person suddenly 'suicide'. Give the others something to think about.
Lets face it, with the condition this country is in, we are playing for all the marbles these days. Our enemies, domestic and foreign, seem to have no scruples about using any tactic.

Blogger Dirk Manly August 23, 2019 6:34 AM  

Newsweek... even as a grade-schooler in the 1970's, I could tell that it was a low-quality rag printed on high-priced paper, which would have been more accurately named "news from 2 months ago." Neither it nor Time compared to US News and World Report, which actually told you what was GOING to happen, rather than merely reviewing what the newspapers had finished covering a few weeks earlier. I always though of them as "News if you need to catch up after coming out of a several-week coma." Time at least tried to be serious. Newsweeks focus has always been one of trying to stay in the good graces of "the beautiful, trendy philistines."

So that this would come from Newsweek first is absolutely zero surprise.

Blogger JimH August 23, 2019 6:35 AM  

Shag me sideways, that was revolting!

There is truly NO F*CKING ENVELOPE these people will not stretch.

Yup, Satanic.

Veni, Christus Rex!

Blogger Dirk Manly August 23, 2019 6:35 AM  

"Jared Piazza is a lecturer in social psychology at Lancaster University, U.K.; Neil McLatchie is a lecturer in psychology at Lancaster University."

That explains a lot.

Blogger artensoll August 23, 2019 6:37 AM  

@4 "Anything is better than English cuisine though"

We eat shepherds. In pies. Yum.

Blogger JimH August 23, 2019 6:40 AM  

@14 Don't forget tripe and onions, black pudding and stargazer pie!

Blogger artensoll August 23, 2019 6:52 AM  

@15 I'll thank you sir to mind your language when addressing a lady. Good day to you.

Blogger Liverfluke August 23, 2019 6:58 AM  

I believe the proper acronym is DIET

Blogger wahr01 August 23, 2019 6:59 AM  

So I see they've moved on from cockroaches and silverfish tartare

Blogger Zaklog the Great August 23, 2019 7:01 AM  

OT: Any comment from Vox or others on this re-elect Trump ad?

Blogger Silent Draco August 23, 2019 7:04 AM  

Truth, Good, and Beauty or cannibalism, child rape, and human sacrifice. I know where I stand. Also know my weapons are loaded and pointed at the second group.

It never occurs to these types that they're on the menu, and much higher on the list than they feel. Their Master desires this so.

Blogger dienw August 23, 2019 7:09 AM  

The article is both predictive programming and a marker for how for our so-called intellectuals have fallen. Oddly, the author does not mention that the Amerindians practiced cannibalism.

I once read an essay by G.K. Chesterton wherein he declares that cannibalism is not the practice of an aboriginal, primitive society but a practice that a higher culture/society devolved into: cannibalism is the mark of a degenerated civilization.

Blogger dienw August 23, 2019 7:12 AM  

JimH wrote:@14 Don't forget tripe and onions, black pudding and stargazer pie!

Four and twenty blackbirds make the best meat pies.

Blogger PG August 23, 2019 7:16 AM  

Admittedly, I've been too tolerant in the past. I had a preference to deal with unpleasant things as they came up and at the individual level, which is the reactive and lazy approach. I was shortsighted and didn't envision communication would increase in such a bull run, filth exploding out like a party popper. Intolerance etc probably needs to follow the curve of communication growth, which means moving away from one on one confrontations and stepping into the full blast of mass negativity. It's not something everyone is capable of attempting let alone sustaining.

The thing I like most about Trump, is his emotional strength to take wave after wave after wave of hate that washes over him. In this, truly he is remarkable.

Blogger Rick August 23, 2019 7:16 AM  

There is nothing in that article that is newsworthy, no event in the recent past that prompted Newsweek to address the matter.
It’s objective is to desensitize you.
And if you think these types of articles are appearing faster lately, you’re not alone.

Blogger Rick August 23, 2019 7:19 AM  

Commenters are making cute little (banal) attempts at humor already.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan August 23, 2019 7:20 AM  

How many people picked up Newsweek for George Will's word salad? This article is about the same speed as Will is these days.

Blogger Mirk Wood August 23, 2019 7:21 AM  

The enemy is happy with anything but Christ. That's why you can't be good without him.

Blogger JACIII August 23, 2019 7:31 AM  

Zaklog the Great wrote:OT: Any comment from Vox or others on this re-elect Trump ad?

Whoa! That's good content!

Blogger Critias August 23, 2019 7:35 AM  

Just to dove tail with this post, the BBC in the UK today has released a news article (read advertisement) for a documentary on the satanic temple. (some sort of satanist group in America)

It contains paragraphs such as:
"The film follows the eloquent, intelligent Greaves as he and his fellow Satanists encourage people to give blood, collect socks for the homeless, clean public beaches (using small pitchforks- a cute touch) and hold Satanic after-school clubs for children who are taught about the Temple's tenets."

I want my civilization back.

Blogger Avalanche August 23, 2019 7:37 AM  

"there is no need to overcome our repulsion for the foreseeable future."

"foreseeable..." Buuuut, we just want to plant that horrid picture in your head, to make you even MORE apprehensive about the future... Cling to US, your protective elites and beneficent leaders, not to your damned guns and religion!

Blogger Avalanche August 23, 2019 7:39 AM  

OH! Or is this a version of the "deep fake" set-up for when the adrenachrome horrors come out?

Blogger Max August 23, 2019 7:39 AM  

I got sucked-in by the glossy slickness of Time when I was 15 about, but less than a year of reading it convinced me it was a propaganda vehicle. Luckily my parents always had alternative journals around, in the days before they were all fully converged.

Blogger ZhukovG August 23, 2019 7:39 AM  

Maybe I haven't had enough coffee yet...

It is by caffeine alone I set my mind in motion.
It is by the beans of Java that thoughts acquire speed; the hands acquire shakes.
The shakes become a warning.
It is by caffeine alone I set my mind in motion.

...but I didn't think the article was advocating that we adopt cannibalism. It just pointed out reasons we find the practice revolting, even if in extremis, necessary. Same reasons, at least in the West, that Fluffy and Rover are not on the menu.

Blogger Scuzzaman August 23, 2019 7:43 AM  

The doctrine of depravity has never been very popular, particularly with the depraved.

Blogger Rick August 23, 2019 7:44 AM  

ZhukovG - you prove my point.

Blogger Stilicho August 23, 2019 7:51 AM  

Soylent Green was not a feel-good flick about the glories of "progress".

Soylent Green was not a "how-to" manual.

Next up, these idiots will be extolling the virtues of being ruled by damned dirty apes.

... oh, wait...

Blogger furor kek tonicus ( Romney had "binders of women", Bloomberg has women legally bound ) August 23, 2019 7:57 AM  

13. Dirk Manly August 23, 2019 6:35 AM
That explains a lot.

the fuller job description explains more ...
"I study the psychological processes involved in moral judgment, prosocial behaviour, and ethical decision making. I'm a member of the Moral Cognition and Behaviour (MCAB) Lab at Lancs."

also, SoyFace for days.

Blogger Rick August 23, 2019 7:58 AM  

The first half of the article gets you in the mood (hypnosis) then is inserted the subject “eating babies”. Then the rest of the article consoles you.
It’s framed as “he’s not advocating eating babies (hahaha)” but the subject has been injected. It’s too late.

There is a scene in Mad Men where one of the ad designers is presenting a magazine ad to the client for pantyhose. The client objects to the use of the word “cheap” in the ad. The designer says “it specifically says “not cheap!” The client says “but it makes the person think “cheap!”
I agree with the client.

Blogger Harambe August 23, 2019 7:58 AM  

JimH wrote:@14 Don't forget tripe and onions, black pudding and stargazer pie!

Fun fact: black pudding and blood sausage is literally processed scabs. You are basically eating a cooked scab.

Blogger JACIII August 23, 2019 8:07 AM  

ZhukovG wrote:Maybe I haven't had enough coffee yet...

It is by caffeine alone I set my mind in motion.

It is by the beans of Java that thoughts acquire speed; the hands acquire shakes.

The shakes become a warning.

It is by caffeine alone I set my mind in motion.

...but I didn't think the article was advocating that we adopt cannibalism. It just pointed out reasons we find the practice revolting, even if in extremis, necessary. Same reasons, at least in the West, that Fluffy and Rover are not on the menu.

Life's gonna be hard for you, son. Best toughen up.

Blogger Taqiyyotomist August 23, 2019 8:16 AM  

The Conservative Case for Managing Kuru Symptoms, by David French

Blogger Scuzzaman August 23, 2019 8:20 AM  

Preparing the world for Merkel’s diagnosis?

Blogger Cataline Sergius August 23, 2019 8:21 AM  

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Blogger Brick Hardslab August 23, 2019 8:25 AM  

Succumb to reason. You want to be reasonable don't you?

Blogger Scuzzaman August 23, 2019 8:27 AM  

even if in extremis, necessary.

You could not be more wrong. Firstly, the professor of moral judgement didn’t raise the subject in passing.
But more to the point, as was enunciated so clearly many years before you or I were born;

necessity is the plea for every breach of human freedom. It is the argument of tyrants; it is the creed of slaves.
—William Pitt the Younger, 1783.

So, which role do you prefer?

Blogger Azure Amaranthine August 23, 2019 8:31 AM  

"Same reasons, at least in the West, that Fluffy and Rover are not on the menu."

No. Emphatically and fundamentally no.

Blogger tublecane August 23, 2019 8:32 AM  

If I didn't know better, I'd think that was written by a drooling moron. Can't they lie in a more convincing fashion? Keep hitting that "false accusation" angle , for instance, and muddy up the morals a bit. Don't say it's fine because morticians touch bodies.

Michel de Montaigne did it better. And yes, that's my standard.

Blogger dc.sunsets August 23, 2019 8:35 AM  

Your reference to Belloc's book was timely.

Paraphrasing one reviewer, the book was Belloc's attempt to reach out to the Jews, to recommend to them for their own sake that they turn from their historical cycle and cease to actively undermine the civilization in which they were guests, before they assured a murderous backlash. Without needing to look further, I assume all efforts to rewrite Christian Western Civilization's roots into evil have a certain group's fingerprints all over them.

While the theological explanation is good, so to is a more mundane view:

Ashkenazi Jews are largely crossbred with non-Jews now to the point where a genetic predisposition toward clannishness, nepotism and "getting over on your opponent" is not quite satisfying as an explanation for the behavior of such folks prominent in the "Destroy Christendom" Narrative.

I believe that human behavior today is saturated with actions driven by the impulsive mind, and these are almost uniformly self-destructive. In the larger sense of asking why Jews in Academia, Media and Government would impose their own Treaty-of-Versailles insults on Americans whose ancestors BUILT America, I answer that their self-identification as Jewish (and thus "apart from" and "superior to" us WASPs et. al.) becomes a key rationalization for kicking the caged tiger.(*)

In other words, self-identity as a "Jewish-American" is a rationalization for impulsive actions that feel good today but which will eventually reap a firestorm of backlash. In this sense, self-identity as Jewish (in the USA or Europe) becomes its own self-fulfilling prophesy in line with Belloc's observations. It's thus less about genetic predisposition to a behavior set than it is just an excuse to let oneself behave as an individual as a collective "bad guest."

Or as an agent of Satan. Whichever one prefers.

(*) I find it astonishing that someone will kick a 400 lb carnivore when the bars of that man-eater's cage are nothing but self-restraint. Self-destructive vice at its best.

Blogger tublecane August 23, 2019 8:36 AM  

@33- This isn't the outright advocacy stage. This is the...let's call it *tenderizing* stage.

Like the Kinsey stage in homo-cracy. First it's "Look, this number of people are perverts, so don't go dragging them behind your trucks willy-nilly." Down the road, it'll be, "Allow me sexual access to your child or I'll flay you in public."

Blogger Miguel August 23, 2019 8:37 AM  

If you want to know what will they normalize next, just read Leviticus.

Blogger [Redacted] August 23, 2019 8:38 AM  

Cannibalism is spiritual long before it becomes physical. The fact that they are even talking about it is a slippery slope. Why else would people call things abominations and refuse to discuss them?

Blogger Gregory the Tall August 23, 2019 8:49 AM  

It has its logic:
If you allow or encourage people to self-identify as pigs or other edible animals all humans (apart from muslims) should be allowed to eat them.

Blogger Beardy Bear August 23, 2019 8:51 AM  

Or, DIET. Cannibals.

Blogger Beardy Bear August 23, 2019 8:56 AM  

His last name is basically pizza for heaven sakes.

Blogger FrankNorman August 23, 2019 9:07 AM  

If something is disgusting, they feel clever by advocating for it.
The article literally suggests cannibalism as a solution to "world hunger" - as if that made any sense at all.

But then, "world hunger" doesn't make sense either.

Blogger furor kek tonicus ( Romney had "binders of women", Bloomberg has women legally bound ) August 23, 2019 9:14 AM  

also, it seems pertinent to remind people that Thomas Harris wound up writing the Hannibal character to be the 'hero' of his Lecter series. to such an extent, that Hannibal even gets the girl.

they re-wrote the end of the Hannibal movie. in the book Lecter converts Starling into a cannibal and she runs away to live her life with him.

by the end, Hannibal is described as differentiating 'People' from 'Animals' purely on the basis of how mannerly they treat others. thus, if Hannibal takes offense to some supposed slight you gave to him, you were like as not going to end up on his plate.

logically, it's the only reasonable outcome of asserting that Humans are just moderately intelligent mammals.

this Newsweek article is far from the first instance of attempting to normalize cannibalism.

Blogger Welleran August 23, 2019 9:28 AM  

I recently watched the movie "over the next mountain" about a tribe in India called the Hmar who were particularly brutal slavers and head hunters with whom the British forbade contact. A lone Welsh missionary defied the order and after only a week with them saw them converted before the colonial government forced him to leave India but the Hmar went on to build their own churches and the son of one of the first converts translated the Bible into the Hmar language for his people. From time immemorial they were brutal jungle savages but after a weeks exposure to the faith of Christ they were entirely transformed into an otherwise civilized if technologically primitive people. That is the difference between the world which does not serve God and those obedient to Him, its Christianity or savagery with very little inbetween.

Blogger dienw August 23, 2019 9:37 AM  

@48 dc.sunsets
The Ashkenazim are Japhethites: they are not Israelites, nor are they Judahites.

Blogger xevious2030 August 23, 2019 9:50 AM  

“It just pointed out reasons we find the practice revolting.”

Why? This article, when there has been spirit cooking off and on in the news for over a year? Ingesting of human fluids. When there are claims of the elites engaging in this sort of thing. It’s gaslighting. And it is counting on the desire of people to project their sensibilities on others in order to protect the others. As well as bringing the subject up as a matter of discussion, in preparation for desensitization. The pit has no bottom. The. Pit. Has. No. Bottom. What is against God and His desire is their desire, everything.

“His last name is basically pizza for heaven sakes.”

Noticed the similarity of letters. Jared Pizza and Neil “The Succulent Sausage” Kolache.

Blogger Sargent.matrim August 23, 2019 10:04 AM  

I couldn't finish that article. Evil doesnt feel like a strong enough word for what I did read.

Blogger Didas Kalos August 23, 2019 10:16 AM  

Nailed it.

Blogger David Ray Milton August 23, 2019 10:16 AM  

I went to bush in the Papua New Guinea highlands on a short-term mission trip with my college GF’s family, who had been previously there as long-term missionaries. The place is freaky. No noble savages.

Allegedly, cannibalism had ended several decades prior, but their was still quite a bit of inter & intra tribal fighting that took place of a brutal nature. There were men in their churches who had previously smashed babies heads in during raids. It was supposedly common for husbands to beat their wives to a pulp and for wives to retaliate later with crowbars or spears. I remember thinking at the time, “This gives a much more radical meaning to biblical ethics that we take for granted back home, like ‘Husbands, love your wives’ and ‘wives, respect your husbands.” I couldn’t wait to leave that island.

I suppose, on our current trajectory, it may not be long before the basics of the Biblical message carry that same degree of radicalism when taught in our own country.

Blogger MidnightSun August 23, 2019 10:18 AM  

This is what happens when pornography and horror are accepted as normal in a society. Thoughts so disgustingly filthy that just reading it makes one want to vomit! And to think this is what instructs our children at university today. The truth is these authors/professors are the rule rather than the exception. Just one more reason to keep your children as far from these degenerate institutions as possible.
Concerning philosopher (William Irvine) who envisions plumping up babies for consumption: what kind of human being thinks of these things? I've seen evil, have read about evil, experienced evil but never in all my life have I thought of or read about something as cruel and repulsive as this! It conjures up an horrific image! And for the authors to publish such words tells you exactly which side of the fence they sit. All of them demons.

Blogger Max Boivin August 23, 2019 10:25 AM  

When normal people realised communism is terrible because it leads to cannibalism, the insane left tells us that cannibalism is not so bad...

Maybe that's their goal, why they support those stupid policies; it would give them a justification for eating people.

Blogger The Cooler August 23, 2019 10:27 AM  

Jared Piazza and Neil McLatchie,

May someone eat your livers with some fava beans and a nice Amarone.

Blogger pyrrhus August 23, 2019 10:28 AM  

Dean Swift's "A Modest Proposal" was shocking satire , not an actual menu suggestion......

Blogger FrankNorman August 23, 2019 10:37 AM  

Looking up this Jared Piazza online, I see that he started off doing "Religious/Biblical Studies at Houghton College, NY".
Then he went into Psychology.

No info so far on how he identifiestoday, but I'm going to guess "apostate".

Seems to have been making arguments for vegetarianism for a while, so I'm guessing that he's one of those people who thinks it clever to equate animal life with human life in value.
In other words, an "if it's okay to eat sheep and cows, why isn't it okay to eat people?" type.

Blogger James Dixon August 23, 2019 10:40 AM  

> ..but I didn't think the article was advocating that we adopt cannibalism.

You're right, you haven't had enough coffee. They are indeed advocating for cannibalism. They're just not ready to demand that it be accepted ... yet.

Note that they've changed the title. There was a Gab screen capture of it yesterday, and the last sentence of the title was "So why is it the ultimate taboo for humans?" in that capture. Does that make it clearer?

Blogger FrankNorman August 23, 2019 10:46 AM  

Personally, I got a "I'm a clever-clever academic who thinks this question is a fun intellectual game" vibe from the article.

Blogger OneWingedShark August 23, 2019 10:59 AM  

ZhukovG wrote:…but I didn't think the article was advocating that we adopt cannibalism. It just pointed out reasons we find the practice revolting, even if in extremis, necessary. Same reasons, at least in the West, that Fluffy and Rover are not on the menu.
No, it's a threat.
There's a group of elites that want to destroy the majority of humanity, culling the planetary population to, at most, 500m… that is a bit less than 6.5% of the world-population. — It also echoes of the Old Testament [Deuteronomy 28:53-57, and Jeremiah 19:9], but be of good cheer; God is Good, and He is ready, willing, and eager to relent from destroying a nation should it repent as attested to in Jeremiah 18:7-8 "If at any time I announce that a nation or kingdom is to be uprooted, torn down and destroyed, and if that nation I warned repents of its evil, then I will relent and not inflict on it the disaster I had planned." and again in essentially the whole book of Jonah.

Blogger Duke Norfolk August 23, 2019 11:02 AM  

dienw wrote:they are not Israelites, nor are they Judahites.

Hear, hear. Amen. They are the world's biggest posers, appropriators, identity thieves, etc. There may be a kernel of truth to it all, but no more than saying that some black kid who has an English ancestor 10 generations back, because he screwed some black whore, is English.

Blogger Noah B. August 23, 2019 11:12 AM  

Will Churchians go to court and politely ask permission not to bake children?

Blogger CarpeOro August 23, 2019 11:13 AM  

Meh, seems like what I'd expect coming Newsbleak. When George Will is as good as it gets you are setting the bar pretty low. I vaguely recall them getting worse over time back when my father had a subscription in the 1970s and 1980s. It was a source of international news for me back then, but being right wing (more or less) even back then the bias was so heavy it left a bad taste.

Blogger 🐻Drew🐻 August 23, 2019 11:25 AM  

These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world. John 16:33 KJV

I grew up Christian, in a Christian household... I fell away in my teen years and returned to the faith about 10 years ago. However, the amount of wickedness & evil has concreted my faith in such an extreme way. In a certain sense I feel some embarrassment that what has helped my faith the most is seeing the wickedness & degeneracy of the world as opposed to simply the love of Christ. Whatever the cause I'm grateful to be in the body and to have more faith than I had before, and more so I'm happy to be fighting the good fight with the BB, Vox, the VFM, dread ilk, & the reprehensibles! Deus Vult Brothers!

Blogger The Depolrable Podunk Ken Ramsey August 23, 2019 11:29 AM  

Things are so mixed up I often wonder if Johnthan Swift's A Modest Proposal would be recognized today as satire. I fear it wouldn't.

"People are the riches of a nation."

Blogger Balam August 23, 2019 11:41 AM  

James Dixon wrote:You're right, you haven't had enough coffee. They are indeed advocating for cannibalism. They're just not ready to demand that it be accepted ... yet.

As a blast from the 2017 past, here's the last big push from CNN to normalize cannibalism
"Reporter Almost Eaten by Cannibal"

Vid has a CNN reporter doing interview with a cannibal. The reporter wants to run away but his producer smiles while telling him he has to stay.

Blogger Cloudswrest August 23, 2019 12:04 PM  

"it isn't absent from human history."

George HW Bush narrowly escaped comrades' fate of being killed and eaten by Japanese captors

Blogger tdcommenter August 23, 2019 12:19 PM  

@76 Another article about the Cannibal News Network:

I bet the producers were shocked and baffled that unsophisticated rubes reacted strongly to someone eating human brains on the air.

Blogger cecilhenry August 23, 2019 12:27 PM  

Globohomo™ will destroy everything 'inclusive' enough to let it get a foothold.

In the name of tolerance, the Left has embarked upon a crusade of destroying the lives of those who do not agree with the preferred form of intolerance.

Blogger Rabbi B August 23, 2019 12:31 PM  

When you vehemently and consistently deny that man is made in the image of God with a divine purpose in mind, should we expect anything less from these clowns?

Blogger James Dixon August 23, 2019 12:50 PM  

> When you vehemently and consistently deny that man is made in the image of God

Given the title captured on Gab, the first thing I did was a search on the page for God. Needless to say, it didn't show up.

It tells you a lot that they don't even know enough about the subject to understand the basis of the Christian argument against it.

Blogger Argus Bacchus August 23, 2019 1:06 PM  

Newsweek in the not-very-distant future:

Cannibal farms for European flesh = good.

Cannibal farms for African flesh = bad.

Meanwhile, you are also a racist if you prefer European meat to African meat. That be your white privilege again, Whitey McWhiteMan

Of course African flesh tastes better (much better!!), but it should be illegal to consume because Waycism! Trayvon! Jim Crow!!! Legacy of Slayyyybery!

And who gonna play cornerback now?

Blogger Azimus August 23, 2019 1:45 PM  

"surgeons quickly adapt to the initially difficult experience of handling dead bodies. "

Uhh, is this correct?

I don't mind if my surgeon has lost a few along the way, but I'm not going under the knife of a triple-ace or anything. It the surgery mask has a silkscreen print of a skull on it, I'm going to refuse service. Why would a surgeon be comfortable with handling dead bodies?

Blogger Raker_T August 23, 2019 2:12 PM  

FWIW: years ago, I was having a conversation with a guy about art. He was telling me about an experience in college art class. I have no idea if it's true or widespread, but the guy was very level headed. A lot of art classes have you study anatomy, I can understand why. If you're serious about illustrating people, you at least need some idea of bone structure. He said that they had to get their hands inside a cadaver in art class. Right then I figured there was a dark spiritual element to it, that's going too far.

Blogger HouellebecqGurl August 23, 2019 2:19 PM  

No. Stop.

Blogger HouellebecqGurl August 23, 2019 2:27 PM  

But, why? Why write this type of article? There are no recent events in current news to tie it to, just like the new bug eating/Satan worshiping/shipping container housing.
One thing ppl need to understand the most about the media is their story choices. What they decide to give oxygen to and what they refuse to give real coverage to. I fear you are being much too naive if you are missing this concept.

Blogger ewc58 August 23, 2019 2:32 PM  

For context: long before moss sod Jane Harman and her confederates foisted the daily beast on us, she was busy busy busy at... Newsweek. A definite A-lister in terms of future Truth & Reconciliation considerations.

Blogger HouellebecqGurl August 23, 2019 2:33 PM  

If you consider non-Jews to be goyim, (cattle), then it's ok to eat the cattle.

Blogger Raker_T August 23, 2019 2:38 PM  

I was doubting my memories, so I did a DDG search . . .
"being able to really get hands-on to feel the anatomy" from this article:
And there's this:

Blogger RandyB August 23, 2019 3:02 PM  

Monkey brains in Indiana Jones. One step at a time.

Blogger binks webelf August 23, 2019 3:05 PM  

51. [Redacted] -- "Cannibalism is spiritual long before it becomes physical"

Corporations have been doing such biotechnical badness for years. Not as 'cannibalism', but as franken-science, using cell-lines and the like in research. That's not to mention Planned Parenthood's profiteering trade in aborted bodies and body-parts, uncovered by Project Veritas in the past few years.

The simple fact is we no longer know what is in our processed food-stream, let alone all the other products we may buy-- and given what's been uncovered already, I don't want to know any more. I know that biotech in the 21st century has no moral or theoretical limits, except what they can get away with. The awkward question still hunt us: "Just because we *can* do something, should we do it?"

We-- or at least the people around us-- are becoming the zombies & vampires of our degraded entertainment, exploiting, consuming, defiling. Don't raise the old gods, and the old ways-- for they are dark, and ravenous.

"Have the workers of iniquity no knowledge? who eat up my people as they eat bread: they have not called upon God." [Psalm 53:4]
2011-- Pepsi's Bizarro World: Boycotted Over Embryonic Cells Linked to Lo-Cal Soda
2012-- State Bill Outlaws Use Of Fetuses In Food Industry

Blogger Ariadne Umbrella August 23, 2019 3:12 PM  

A book came out about a year ago. A secular Jewish Eastern seaboard man got together a crowdfunding trip to New Guinea. He was hunting for the remains of David Rockefeller.

He claims that there was a spiritual dearth in America. He did not consider that his household had a spiritual dearth, and that his household was not the majority of Americans.

It read like he was trying to get eaten by the cannibals, all things considered. He thinks the cannibals ate David Rockefeller. Then they hid the death when David Rockefeller's family showed up to find the young man, with cameras and military men.

Blogger Gregory the Tall August 23, 2019 3:27 PM  

Press release from the recycling industry:
"In an age of overpopulation and rapidly shrinking cemetery space we are all obliged to look at creative solutions for the recycling of organic matter of any kind. Therefore we are extremely proud to be able to announce that our visionary "Second Life Pact" has just been signed by fourteen of America's leading food processing providers. The pact emphasizes an inclusive and diverse approach to handling any and all recyclable elements of mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, amphibians and insects and will undoubtedly serve as an extremely important contribution to the preservation and sustainability of life on our blue planet.

Blogger Noah B. August 23, 2019 3:48 PM  

"We're all just molecules, sweetie." - Sarah Silverman

Blogger The Depolrable Podunk Ken Ramsey August 23, 2019 4:08 PM  

Ariadne Umbrella wrote:He thinks the cannibals ate David Rockefeller.

I heard they did eat Rockefeller. He came to buy up all the shrunken heads, because he was a collector of the macabre. He wound up driving the price of shrunken heads through the roof, which was a problem because the shamem use them in rituals. So they killed him and ate him.

Word is, Rockefellers taste like chicken.

Blogger Poster Child August 23, 2019 4:54 PM  

SJWs/Cultural Marxists/Marxists/socialists/communists always lie.

But I repeat myself.

Blogger Raker_T August 23, 2019 4:59 PM  

Oh damn, it was just a matter of time before some deplorable guy made me laugh on this thread. Interesting enough, I just started reading Moby Dick to my youngest guys. In it, he meets the dark strange harpooneer who's out trying to sell his last shrunken head late at night before the sabbath.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine August 23, 2019 5:20 PM  

"But, why? Why write this type of article?"

Because there are only so many immediately obvious paths to perversion, and the ones that are already allowed are thereby already boring.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine August 23, 2019 5:37 PM  

Wow, thanks binks. I now know that there is quite a large selection of foods produced via testing on genetically modified undead human bodies. Abominable.

Blogger Iggyb August 23, 2019 5:38 PM  

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Blogger Gregory the Tall August 23, 2019 5:58 PM  

Yes, Binks, it is great that you dug this up for us. Apparently most of us have already tasted Soylent Green.

Blogger tublecane August 23, 2019 6:17 PM  

@63- Depends what kind of horror. I think there was a certain wholesomeness behind the crass exploitation of primal feelz in horror movies from the late-70s and 80s. There is a strong sense of revulsion against the sexual revolution in Alien and Halloween and its many imitators. Not that the filmmakers did it on purpose.

No doubt all those fornicating youths were killed in flagrante delicto to get naked ladies in the movie. But you can't help but get the message that secret, illicit sex is wrong.

Blogger tublecane August 23, 2019 6:28 PM  

@83- I assume they were talking about surgeons-in-training practicing on cadavers. Because if one were to lose a patient in the table, there wouldn't be much point in touching it anymore. Let's hope they don't goof around by making you dance like Weekend at Bernie's.

Blogger James Dixon August 23, 2019 6:41 PM  

> ...except in extreme, isolated situations.

Yes. Situations like the Donner party and Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571. Situations so rare you can name almost all of them.

Blogger pyrrhus August 23, 2019 7:05 PM  

@104 Also Lifeboat situations...Regina v Dudley & Stevens

Blogger Dirk Manly August 23, 2019 7:16 PM  


"Personally, I got a "I'm a clever-clever academic who thinks this question is a fun intellectual game" vibe from the article."

That's just a cover.

Blogger Tim Gilley August 23, 2019 9:35 PM  

Their cannibalism is now televised and celebrated.

Blogger PG August 23, 2019 10:50 PM  

Cannibalism isn't even the worst of it. What really jolted me into action was the sex dolls they started making of children. The idea is that it would stop pedos (remember they will try to say they are born that way like they have with gays), from attacking kids because they had the doll to have sex with. I foolishly tried to use the science behind the behaviour to point out this was incorrect. Fast forward a few years and I've learned that I must speak for the audience I'm addressing, aka morons.

Nothing triggers me more than people tampering with children!

As for PNG, don't go there!

Blogger Azure Amaranthine August 24, 2019 11:47 AM  

"Depends what kind of horror. I think there was a certain wholesomeness behind the crass exploitation of primal feelz in horror movies from the late-70s and 80s. There is a strong sense of revulsion against the sexual revolution in Alien and Halloween and its many imitators. Not that the filmmakers did it on purpose."

Yep. There's actually a strict order of operations with traditional horror movies. There's a distinct place in the line of execution for the fornicators. Probably less determined by what the movie producers want than what they've found to fit what the human psyche wants, like a lock and key, displaying an instinctive human understanding of the logic of the punishment legally due us in hell. Unsurprisingly, the result is distinctly "racist" as well.

For the producer's part, (((they))) are all about law to begin with. As long as there's no salvation by Christ, there's no issue. You'll notice that the "one who survives" usually gets away through innocence under the law rather than replacement by Christ as payment for the punishment.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine August 24, 2019 1:01 PM  

""Personally, I got a "I'm a clever-clever academic who thinks this question is a fun intellectual game" vibe from the article.""

If that is the stated goal, and true, the speaker is a sociopath. If it's not true, the speaker is a psychopath.

Blogger Fletch August 24, 2019 2:05 PM  

I'm beginning to suspect they think we're animals because they actually are?

I don't want to think of them as pots made to be broken, but they're not leaving me with much else to think.

Blogger The Only Cigar in the Box August 24, 2019 4:37 PM  

They're just prepping us in case news slips out that the elites are actually engaged in some kind of ritualistic cannibalism.

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