Cannibalism: Will Taboos Become Taboo?
THESE DAYS most taboos are regarded as barbarous relics by the chattering classes. But generally they’re based on practical experience, often spanning thousands of years. Even the most bizarre. For instance in some parts of rural China a newly-married husband must carry his wife over burning coals while in his bare feet before the marriage can be consummated. Presumably the thinking is that it helps prepare him for the life of marital torment to come. The Arab practice of not eating or shaking hands with the left hand stems from their tradition of using it to perform excretory ablutions in the desert. The same people’s banning of pork is based on the prevalence of swine fever back when the “Prophet” was whooping it up in Arabia and again makes sense, at least for that time. As does the taboo against consanguinity although it’s not adopted in some cultures. Which explains why Britain’s jails and mental asylums are bursting at the seams with demented criminals of Pakistani and Bangladeshi ethnicity.
By and large the [Jewish-led] globalist nation-wrecking vermin who rule over us don’t like taboos because taboos reinforce community cohesion. Which is one reason for Project Paedophilia. And cannibalism could be next. I’ve noticed a number of articles asking for ‘tolerance and understanding’. No surprise that the Washington Post and especially Slate are active in this space. It’ll be interesting to see how the project progresses and on the face of it it’s a hard sell. I mean imagine being invited over to your friends for dinner only to discover that you’re the main course! But remember these are the people who convinced us to fling open our borders to ungrateful Third World parasites and allow degenerate trans-gendered freaks to sexually propagandise our children.
In my post on Project Paedophilia I cited a general modus operandi to condition us into accepting the unacceptable. A similar approach can be used for cannibalism. Scientific papers and domain ‘experts’ will tentatively emerge suggesting cannibalism might be ‘more complex’ than had heretofore been believed. Appeals for ‘understanding’ will follow, reinforced with a new lexicon of euphemisms. New organisations supporting ‘dietary freedom’ will emerge. We’ll learn that would-be cannibals (or whatever the new term is) are much more numerous than we think. Openness to discussing cannibalism will be promoted as sophisticated, progressive and tolerant. They’ll produce ‘research’ on the nutritional benefits of the practice, material which will be eagerly published by the fake news media.
So don’t rule it out. Having your in-laws for lunch might yet come to take on a whole new meaning.
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Source: Irish Savant