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Normalizing cannibalism via jokes and pop culture

For some years now, efforts are underway to “normalize,” i.e., legitimate pedophilia. See:

One way to normalize something that is illegal/immoral is to joke about it.

That is why Gretchen Sisson, Ph.D., a “feminist” sociologist at the University of California – San Francisco research group Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health (ANSIRH), wants TV shows to joke about abortion.

Toni Airaksinen reports for Campus Reform, Jan. 2, 2018, that in an article in the new issue of the journal Feminist Media Studies, Sisson proposes that television shows should use “abortion plotlines” as a valuable tool to help “destigmatize” abortion:

The purpose of including an abortion plotline is simply to make jokes about abortion, recognizing that such satire is valuable for some people as both a means and an end. This should not be surprising: comedy has often been used as a subversive way of challenging predominant social structures.

Now we know the hidden agenda for Senator Al Franken’s ‘joke’ about the anal rape of babies, as if that is something funny.

Knowing all that — that a way to normalize something is to joke about it — we should be alarmed by “jokes” being made about cannibalism.

(1) John McAfee

John McAfee, 72, a libertarian, is the founder of McAfee Associates that created the first commercial antivirus software.

On January 9, 2018, in a series of tweets, McAfee “joked” about being a cannibal.

Another tweeter CryptoSpider asks McAfee, “Chronologically incorrect? Dont u mean categorically incorrect? Or did you eat small children at some point then stopped?”. To which McAfee replied:

“In the early 80’s i used to dabble a bit in child eating. As I got older they no longer agreed with me.”

” And to be honest, i still slip from time to time and devour a third or fourth grader.”

Asked “so are you upset about the eating small children part or the chronological order part?,” McAfee replied:

“The Chronological order part of course. I stopped the practice years ago.”

(2) Steve Huffman

Steve Huffman, 34, is the co-founder, CEO and forum administrator of the content-sharing and chat website Reddit, where he uses the alias Spez.

Huffman/Spez banned Pizzagate as a subject for a sub-Reddit thread, but not cannibalism. The sub-Reddit for cannibalism /r/Cannibals is titled “We Eat People“; the moderator was Spez but now is someone called FuzzyNavel, who is suspected to be Huffman under a different alias, but denies it.

Someone on the 4chan message board compiled a composite of comments (see below) made by Steve Huffman “Spez” and “FuzzyNavel” on cannibalism:

Spez: “Shit. No skeletons in my closet, but a few in the fridge.”

FuzzyNavel: “The night I learned the truth and consumed human flesh. With BBQ sauce, of course.”

There is even an entire sub-Reddit called “Spez is a Cannibal“.

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Another way to normalize cannibalism is to make it a theme in pop culture via:

(1) Zombie movies and TV shows; the Twilight movies that romanticize vampires:

And let’s not forget Reza Aslan, the CNN host who dined on human brain with cannibals. Aslan’s series was called “Believer”:

Even the game show Jeopardy had to make a point that a contestant — proofreader/editor Flora Leen — on a recent episode, broadcast on January 10, 2018, had dined with cannibals.

(2) Cannibalism as art:

  • Marina Abramovic’s “spirit cooking,” in which menstrual blood, breast milk, urine and sperm are mixed to create a “painting”.
  • The 2011 annual gala of the Museum of Contemporary Art’s simulated cannibalism, wherein Hollywood stars, such as Pamela Anderson, consumed pieces of cakes molded into life-size images of Marina Abramovic and pop singer Debbie Harry.

(3) Pop singer Katy Perry, who is on video saying she had sold to the Devil, glamorizes cannibalism in a music video of her 2017 single, “Bon Appétit”. The music video is a macabre step-by-step cooking recipe featuring the singer as the main course, ending with Perry about to dine from a plate full of human body parts.

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H/t Voat

~Eowyn

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What’s behind pop culture’s enthrallment with cannibalism?

The dictionary defines “meme” as “an idea, behavior, style, or usage that spreads from person to person within a culture ” — in other words, meme is something that becomes popularized in a culture.

Have you noticed that cannibalism has become a meme in our sick culture? —

(1) Zombies are a popular theme in movies and TV. Zombies cannibalize.

(2) There’s that cannibalism oil painting with which the Podesta brothers, John and Tony, are so enthralled (see “Hillary’s campaign chairman John Podesta has cannibalism painting in his office”).

In the painting, two men, with knives in hand and a plate ready, are about to carve into and consume another.

(3) The Podesta brothers’ fascination with cannibalism is not limited to the painting. They were invited by satanic “artist” Marina Abramović to her “spirit cooking” dinner — an occult sex ritual involving menstrual blood, urine, sperm and breast milk. Ingestion of human blood is a form of cannibalism. (See “Evidence that Hillary Clinton and her associates are satanists“)

(4) Then there’s that “performance art” event at the 2011 annual gala of the Museum of Contemporary Art, organized by Abramović and pop singer Debbie Harry, in which participants, including Hollywood “celebrities” like Pamela Anderson, simulated cannibalism by eating pieces of life-size cakes made in the images of Abramović and Harry. (See “Is WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange dead? – the connection with Pamela Anderson“)

(4) The latest pop culture cannibalism is a French horror movie, Raw, about a vegetarian college student who became a cannibal.

At last year’s Toronto International Film Festival during a midnight screening of Raw, reportedly an ambulance was called after several people in the audience passed out from the gore.

The movie is celebrated by film critics. In an article in Vanity Fair, March 9, 2017, Jordan Hoffman calls the movie “deliciously real,” “strangely comforting,” “incredibly sharp, sensitive, and engaging,” and the writer-director Julia Ducournau “abundantly talented”.

Never knew the devil is blonde

Ducournau told Women and Hollywood: “With ‘Raw,’ I set myself the challenge of shifting the audience’s moral standards throughout the film. I wanted the audience to feel empathy for a character that is becoming a monster in their eyes.”

Sick.

There’s nothing more dehumanizing of oneself and the other than to commit cannibalism, and the devil likes nothing more than to strip us, whom God made in His own image, of our humanity.

The devil must be chortling, as America descends into madness . . . .

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~Eowyn