Newsweek advocates cannibalism
Aug 22, 2019
This is called “getting ahead of the story.”
Weinstein, NXIVM, and the Epstein case have focused mostly on human trafficking, but it is about to get worse as the news unfolds. This is more than about sexual exploitation of women and children. It is also about torture and cannibalism in Satanic rituals that imitate the horrors of ancient paganism.
Newsweek editors appear to understand this and are terrified that this is about to be exposed. Their tactic is to get ahead of the story by doing what they can to make cannibalism more “normal” and even good. This is in addition to the advocates of pedophilia and bestiality.
Since cannibalism is found throughout the animal kingdom and therefore is something natural, perhaps it is time for humans to rethink the “ultimate taboo” against eating human flesh, Newsweek proposes in an article Wednesday.
There is nothing necessarily unethical or unreasonable about eating human flesh, declare psychologists Jared Piazza and Neil McLatchie of Lancaster University, but careful reasoning over the merits of cannibalism is often “overridden by our feelings of repulsion and disgust.”