A Swedish behavioral scientist named Magnus Söderlund is proposing that we fight climate change by eating other humans. He thinks cannibalism will save the planet. Hello Soylent Green. The liberal scientist mentioned the possibility of cannibalism during a broadcast on Swedish television channel TV4 this week about a fair in Stockholm regarding “food of the future.” No thank you… gross.
He is prepping to hold seminars at the event that are entitled: “Gastro Summit — about the future of food” where he intends to discuss the possibility of eating people in the name of cutting down greenhouse emissions. Believe it or not, there are a good number of people that support him in his premise. They are saying don’t knock it till you try it. That’s just monstrous. These same people have a thing for insects as well.
“According to his research, the main problem with the idea is the widespread taboo of eating human flesh and said that conservative attitudes could make it hard to convince Swedes at large to take up the practice of cannibalism.
“Regardless of the likely immense resistance to the idea of eating people, Söderlund said it was important to examine different options in the name of sustainability.
“Söderlund is not alone in his call to reject the taboo of cannibalism. Last year, noted atheist and evolutionary scientist Richard Dawkins advocated for lab-grown meat and suggested it may be used to “overcome our taboo against cannibalism”.
“Psychologists Jared Piazza and Neil McLatchie of Lancaster University also questioned the taboo on cannibalism in an article for Newsweek last month but ultimately did not endorse breaking it.
“Cannibalism is not the only “alternative meat” advocated by climate change activists. Many have embraced plant-based meat imitations, while others have put their support behind “meat” made of insects as a way to cut down on greenhouse emissions and save on land and water use.
“A YouGov poll in the UK found that 37 percent of respondents thought that the number of food products containing insects would grow in the next ten years.
“Last year in the German city of Aachen, shoppers were invited to try burgers made of buffalo worms with mixed reactions from the public.”
Tissue culture “clean meat” already in 2018? I’ve long been looking forward to this.https://t.co/p41NR3NEZn
What if human meat is grown? Could we overcome our taboo against cannibalism? An interesting test case for consequentialist morality versus “yuck reaction” absolutism.
— Richard Dawkins (@RichardDawkins) March 3, 2018
This is where liberalism leads us… into cannibalism. Progressives should love this – it’s just one more immoral movement to embrace.
This move falls in line with us making small behavioral changes to “help save the planet” by governments, influencers, celebrities, and, all those incredibly woke individuals. These changes include: eating less meat, recycling, using LED light bulbs, driving electric vehicles, etc. All of these behavioral modifications allow us to remain in our comfort zones while simultaneously giving us that sense of accomplishment in our contribution to “the better good.” It’s conditioning and brainwashing into a preferred way of life dictated to us by Marxist elitists.
– Just när det gäller människokött så finns det enormt många olika tabun.
– Folk i allmänhet är lite lätt konservativa när det gäller att äta saker som de inte är vana vid.
Dumma dumma konservativa, bakåtsträvande människor som vägrar äta upp varandra för att rädda klimatet!!1!! pic.twitter.com/7o79ymMN6E
— Mattias Albinsson (@mattiasreporter) September 4, 2019
Population control is not the only directive pushed aggressively by the left. Instead of ‘love thy neighbor’ it’s now ‘eat thy neighbor’. Talk about laying the groundwork for a dystopian nightmare.
Enter Soylent Green. It is a 1973 American dystopian thriller film directed by Richard Fleischer and starring Charlton Heston and Leigh Taylor-Young. Edward G. Robinson appears in his final film. Loosely based on the 1966 science fiction novel Make Room! Make Room! by Harry Harrison, it combines both police procedural and science fiction genres; the investigation into the murder of a wealthy businessman and a dystopian future of dying oceans and year-round humidity due to the greenhouse effect, resulting in suffering from pollution, poverty, overpopulation, euthanasia and depleted resources. Oh, and eating people… cannibalism. Dead bodies are marketed as food. Soylent Green is introduced as being made of plankton, but as the film unfolds, the main character discovers that it’s manufactured from dead bodies. Et tu Sweden?
The very practice of cannibalism can result in an incurable and fatal disease called Kuru; a neurological disorder where you eventually lose all bodily control. It seems bizarre for a scientist to push something that is not only harmful but deadly as well. Not to mention immoral. It causes conditions such as Mad Cow disease. Just lovely.
Forget 1984, this is 2019. I guess we are the ‘other white meat’ after all.