Column explores whether people have the stomach for it. Comment: “Soylent Green was supposed to be a cautionary tale, not an instruction manual”
America Last Democrats are doing their level best to destroy America. They are attacking our institutions, our societal belief systems, our culture, our God, our Constitution, and our very way of life.
Lately, their occasional war on air conditioning has again taken center stage (they run with this every few years) because climate. But it’s always some technological or scientific advancement that they attack and wish to roll back or outright ban . . . in the name of “progress.” Orwell would be proud.
From planes, to cows, to cars, to drinking straws, to air-conditioning, to single-family homes, the left has consistently waged war on human advancement. They want everyone living in government-run tiny towns composed of shacks with tiers of pull-down beds and that get their energy, when they get it at all, from wind and solar. Then everyone will be motivated to get out there and farm or build or do whatever menial job they are assigned by the government before going back to their housing cubicle for a nice mug of government-provided mead and a bowl of gruel.
I’m exaggerating, of course, but not by much.
What new horrors do they have in store for us? Well, cannibalism, of course. What better way to feed the masses than to feed them the masses, presumably the “good” unwashed get to consume the “bad” ones.
In the New York Times Style section, some writer posted a column about cannibalism in popular culture. Okay. Interesting.
But then, because it’s the radical left and they just can’t help themselves, the article posits that cannibalism has moved from “unthinkable” to “thinkable” due to “the pandemic, climate change, school shootings and years of political cacophony.”
From the NY Times (archive link):
But as [Bill Schutt’s] book documents, cannibalism has occurred around the world throughout history, lending these fictional tales a queasy whiff of “what if?”
Historical examples in the book include “mumia,” a practice of using ground-up mummified bones to soothe various ailments that was popular in 17th-century Western Europe; the infamous Donner Party pioneers who became trapped in the Sierra Nevada in 1846; ritual cannibalism that took place in Papua New Guinea until the 1950s; and famine-induced cannibalism in China in the 1960s.
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As to what may be fueling the desire for cannibalism stories today, Ms. Lyle, the “Yellowjackets” co-creator, said, “I think that we’re obviously in a very strange moment.” She listed the pandemic, climate change, school shootings and years of political cacophony as possible factors.
“I feel like the unthinkable has become the thinkable,” Ms. Lyle said, “and cannibalism is very much squarely in that category of the unthinkable.”
Apparently, this is really a proposal.
Starting to prep people for the idea for what is about to come. Here another article on it. pic.twitter.com/AtJIhujq1I
— Thomas (@Thomas_Fertner) July 23, 2022
I can’t say I’m surprised. When I saw the first calls to ban air-conditioning, I knew they would stick with it and we’d be hearing about it for years. This will be the same thing, just like the push for sexualizing children has moved from the fringe Man-boy “love” association to the K-12 classroom.
As you can imagine, people had thoughts.
You: Hmm. We're heading into massive food shortages due to Brandon's administration. What to do, what to do…I know! We'll write about the positives of cannibalism.
Everyone else: Soylent Green was supposed to be a cautionary tale, not an instruction manual
— Physics Geek (@physicsgeek) July 23, 2022
Joe Biden & his fellow Democrats have made it so tough on the middle class that the New York Times is now explaining the finer points of cannibalism for our future nutrition needs 😂 pic.twitter.com/6G9kg0sYlh
— Ted Howze DVM (@Ted_Howze) July 23, 2022
Air conditioning? No
Cannibalism: there’s a time and place
— Dan Byers 🇺🇦 🇺🇦 🇺🇦 (@DByers21) July 23, 2022
Most of the things that were Crazy Conspiracy Theories in 2018 are now just true it seems.
— Pirate Prentice (@tripledonkey) July 24, 2022
I say, we eat WEF, politicians, and NY Times journalists first!
— Don R (@DonR19159772) July 24, 2022
Eat the Vegans first, they’re pasture-raised and their all vegetable 🥦 diet makes them extra tender.
— Stephanie 🇺🇸 (@StephHoover8) July 23, 2022
Called it. pic.twitter.com/HQp0JQ9TYW
— Possum Reviews (@ReviewsPossum) July 24, 2022
Wear a mask between bites please. Thank you.
— Coco 🇺🇸 (@CoClarified) July 23, 2022
Only vaccinated people should be allowed to eat or be eaten
— Clifton Duncan (She/Her) (@cliftonaduncan) July 24, 2022
Will Smith after reading this – "KEEP MY WIFE OUT YOUR F'CKING MOUTH!"
— Maze (@mazemoore) July 23, 2022
I did not have eating people on my 2022 bingo card.
— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) July 23, 2022
— Ted Geoghegan (@tedgeoghegan) July 23, 2022
The logical consequence of socialism.
— FRANCIS 🔥 MAXI PLEB ☣️bullbitcoin.com (@francispouliot_) July 23, 2022
We haven't even had bugs yet. We're just gonna skip over the bugs?
— I Eat Cannibal (@RealStarMan) July 23, 2022
— Dr. Richard Harambe (@Richard_Harambe) July 23, 2022
A modest proposal…was never so relevant. Why eat the bugs when you can eat the babies? pic.twitter.com/FxuyfW0kc4
— Joseph Bevilacqua (@joebev49) July 23, 2022
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