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  • METRO Brooklyn man accused of killing dad claimed he ate him: sources

    04/16/2020 2:33:23 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 29 replies
    New York Post ^ | April 16, 2020 | Tina Moore and Jorge Fitz-Gibbon
    A Brooklyn man suspected of butchering his father walked into a bagel shop near the grisly crime scene and claimed he not only killed his dad — but also devoured parts of his body, police sources told The Post on Thursday. Khaled Ahmad allegedly walked into Park Bagels drenched in blood Wednesday, ranting to a clerk about the murder, a high-ranking police source said. “One of the store’s owners alerted the officer who was outside that it appears his partner was having an interaction with a person that they know is a regular and is crazy,” according to the source....
  • Nancy Pelosi - "We all have found our ways to keep our spirits up during these trying times. Mine just happens to fill up my freezer."

    04/15/2020 1:16:09 PM PDT · by Eccl 10:2 · 101 replies
    Twitter ^ | 04/14/2020 | Nancy Pelosi
    https://twitter.com/SpeakerPelosi/status/1250080704446238725
  • Study puts the 'Carib' in 'Caribbean,' boosting credibility of Columbus' cannibal claims

    01/11/2020 9:02:09 PM PST · by SunkenCiv · 32 replies
    Eurekalert! ^ | January 10, 2020 | Florida Museum of Natural History
    Christopher Columbus' accounts of the Caribbean include harrowing descriptions of fierce raiders who abducted women and cannibalized men - stories long dismissed as myths. But a new study suggests Columbus may have been telling the truth. Using the equivalent of facial recognition technology, researchers analyzed the skulls of early Caribbean inhabitants, uncovering relationships between people groups and upending longstanding hypotheses about how the islands were first colonized. One surprising finding was that the Caribs, marauders from South America and rumored cannibals, invaded Jamaica, Hispaniola and the Bahamas, overturning half a century of assumptions that they never made it farther north...
  • Drag Queen Celebrates Halloween w/Simulated Abortion, Cutting Baby Out of Womb & Drinking it's Blood

    11/01/2019 5:34:08 PM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 30 replies
    nteb ^ | 10/31/19 | Geoffrey Grider
    The clip shows transgender drag queen Blair Back during a performance of a drag show at an unnamed bar in New York. Back uses a knife to hack open a pouch in her clothing meant to resemble a womb before dragging fake blood and guts out of it and drinking some of the blood She then removes a plastic baby before pouring some of the blood into a glass and drinking it. Back then pulls the plastic baby’s head off before licking its face. The music playing in the background during the entire ‘performance’ is ‘Cannibal’ by Ke$ha. Some witnesses...
  • AOC Town Hall(Video-woman saying AOC's slogan should be Eat The Babies because there's to much CO2)

    10/03/2019 5:55:41 PM PDT · by blueyon · 71 replies
    Twitter ^ | 10/03/19 | AOC Town Hall????
    So at AOC’s town hall, a woman was selected to ask a question and she told AOC her new campaign slogan needs to be “eat the babies!” because there’s “too much CO2” and we need to save the planet from climate change.
  • UK Professors Attempt to Mainstream Cannibalism as Normal

    09/25/2019 8:12:09 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 32 replies
    CNS News ^ | September 10, 2019 | John Horvat II
    Dostoevsky once said, "If God didn't exist, everything is possible." There is wisdom in his observation since, without God, there would be nothing to serve as the ultimate reference for human acts. The eternal law that God established in the universe is inscribed on the human heart. Thus, everyone at all times and places knows right and wrong. Take away God, and all will fall into the most barbaric savagery. Modern secular society officially denies that God exists. Thus, society comes to accept the cruelest practices by breaking down the natural repugnance that comes from transgressing God’s law. Abortion and...
  • Scientist suggests eating human flesh to fight climate change

    09/11/2019 12:56:39 AM PDT · by DeathBeforeDishonor1 · 59 replies
    NYPOST ^ | 9/9/19 | Gerren Keith Gaynor,
    A Swedish scientist speaking at Stockholm summit last week offered an unusual possible tactic in combating global climate change: eating human flesh. Stockholm School of Economics professor and researcher Magnus Soderlund reportedly said he believes eating human meat, derived from dead bodies, might be able to help save the human race if only a world society were to “awaken the idea.” Soderlund’s argument for human cannibalism was front and center during a panel talk called “Can You Imagine Eating Human Flesh?” at the Gastro Summit, reports the Epoch Times. “Conservative” taboos against cannibalism, he said, can change over time if...
  • Swedish Prof Urges 'Eating Human Flesh — to Save the Climate'

    09/07/2019 2:19:02 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 41 replies
    PJ Media ^ | September 5, 2019 | Tyler O'Neil
    Oftentimes, the climate alarmists are their own worst enemy. It sounds reasonable enough that carbon emissions might have an impact on the climate, but it's a rather nasty thing to prove, especially when alarmist predictions fail, over and over again. It's far from the "scientific consensus." But the alarmists don't tone down their rhetoric — they ratchet it up to 11. They want to take away your plastic straws, your cars, your burgers. Then there's this behavioral scientist in Sweden who wants us to eat human flesh to deal with the effects of climate change. No, this isn't The Onion...
  • Swedish Scientist Proposes Cannibalism to Fight Climate Change

    09/06/2019 6:14:05 AM PDT · by Mr. Mojo · 40 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 6 Sep 2019 | CHRIS TOMLINSON
    Swedish behavioural scientist Magnus Söderlund has suggested that eating other people after they die could be a means of combatting climate change. The 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”. Söderlund is set to hold seminars at the event, 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. According to his research, the main problem with the idea is the widespread taboo of...
  • Chinese-Made Infant Flesh Capsules Seized in S. Korea

    08/30/2019 10:41:42 AM PDT · by Morgana · 25 replies
    ABC NEWS ^ | May 7, 2017 | susan donaldson james
    The dried flesh of dead infants appears to be the not-so-secret ingredient in a health supplement that is reportedly being smuggled out of China. The performance-enhancement pills, touted for increasing vitality and sex drive, have been found in the luggage of tourists and in international mail, according to South Korean authorities. They said they had confiscated nearly 17,500 of the human flesh capsules since last August, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. South Korean authorities warned that the pills could be dangerous to human health. "This is gross, as well as creepy," said Dr. William Schaffner, chairman...
  • Newsweek: Time to Rethink Taboo on Cannibalism?

    08/24/2019 5:01:24 PM PDT · by ransomnote · 124 replies
    breitbart.com ^ | August 22, 2019 | THOMAS D. WILLIAMS, PH.D.
    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.”While not going so far as to recommend cannibalism, saying “there is no need to overcome our repulsion for the foreseeable future,” the two authors suggest that humans could master their...
  • Cannibalism is found throughout the animal kingdom - so why is it the ultimate taboo for humans?

    08/22/2019 11:35:43 AM PDT · by Trump20162020 · 89 replies
    Newsweek ^ | August 20, 2019 | Jared Piazza
    Vulnerable spadefoot tadpoles eat their smaller competitors to speed towards toadhood as quickly as possible. Gulls and pelicans are among bird species that eat hatchlings for food or to prevent the spread of disease. In insect species such as the praying mantis or the Australian redback spider, males offer their bodies as a final gift to females after mating. It's more common than you'd think in mammals too. Many rodent mothers may eat some of their young if they're sick, dead, or too numerous to feed. Bears and lions kill and eat the offspring of adult females to make them...
  • The 1519 Project: How Early Spanish Explorers Took Down A Mass-Murdering Indigenous Cult

    08/22/2019 7:27:19 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 52 replies
    The Federalist ^ | 08/22/2019 | Adam Mill
    The New York Times officially announced its new 1619 Project to “to reframe the country’s history, understanding 1619 as our true founding, and placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of black Americans at the very center of the story we tell ourselves about who we are.” Constantly now, Americans are called upon to reflect on European villains and indigenous victims. However, the story of European civilization reaching the North American continent did not begin with the first arrival of slave ships at Jamestown in 1619.Let’s take a brief recess from the 1619 Project to explore another project....
  • Mackenzie Lueck's alleged killer is formally charged as prosecutors reveal more crime scene details

    07/10/2019 11:18:15 AM PDT · by jazusamo · 65 replies
    Fox News ^ | July 10, 2019 | Greg Norman
    Video of presser at link. The man accused of killing Mackenzie Lueck was formally charged Wednesday as prosecutors revealed during an emotional press conference that the University of Utah student was found dead with her arms bound behind her back "by a zip tie and rope" and that she had a 2-inch hole in her skull. Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill said Alooya Ajayi has been charged with aggravated murder, aggravated kidnapping, obstruction of justice and desecration of a human body. The remains of the 23-year-old student were dug up 80 miles north of Salt Lake City last...
  • What we know about Ayoola Ajayi, ... man arrested ... Mackenzie Lueck's Homicide [tr]

    06/29/2019 7:51:24 AM PDT · by topher · 63 replies
    KSL ^ | 28-June-2019 | By Jacob Klopfenstein
    Full Title: What we know about Ayoola Ajayi, the man arrested in connection with Mackenzie Lueck's homicideSALT LAKE CITY — A homeowner who police previously named as a "person of interest" in the case of missing University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck has been arrested, police confirmed Friday. Ayoola Ajayi, 31, was arrested Friday morning near 1000 S. West Temple in connection with Lueck's death, according to Salt Lake police. He is expected to be charged with aggravated murder, aggravated kidnapping and desecration of a body, according to Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown.
  • Remains of murdered Utah student Mackenzie Lueck found: Police

    07/05/2019 2:12:41 PM PDT · by ETL · 33 replies
    FoxNews.com ^ | July 5, 2019 | Ryan Gaydos | Fox News
    The body of murdered University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck was recovered 80 miles north of Salt Lake City, police said in a news conference Friday. Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown said the remains of the 22-year-old college student were recovered Wednesday in Logan Canyon. “In the wake of this tragic, tragic incident, I am relieved and grief-stricken to report that we have recovered Mackenzie Lueck,” Brown said.The announcement comes a week after 31-year-old Ayolla Ajayi was arrested in her killing. Ajayi was charged with aggravated murder in the “tragic and horrific” killing of Lueck after authorities said the investigation uncovered a...
  • Warm weather pushed Neanderthals into cannibalism

    04/23/2019 11:16:09 PM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 71 replies
    Cosmos Magazine ^ | March 29, 2019 | Dyani Lewis
    In the 1990s, the remains of six Neanderthals -- two adults, two adolescents and two children -- were found in a small cave at Baume Moula-Guercy in the Rhône valley in southern France. The bones bear many of the hallmarks of cannibalism: cut marks made by stone tools, complete dismemberment of the individuals, and finger bones that look as if they've been gnawed by Neanderthal teeth, rather than by other carnivores. Remains from other sites in Croatia, Spain and Belgium also show evidence of cannibalism. But in each case, there has been a lack of evidence to answer the question...
  • The Man Who Linked Kuru to Cannibalism

    03/30/2019 11:04:52 PM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 31 replies
    Cosmos magazine ^ | May 12, 2016 | Jo Chandler
    [Michael] Alpers, now the Professor of International Health at Curtin University in Western Australia... tells me the story of what he found as a young doctor visiting the New Guinea highlands more than 50 years ago... It was in the field, in early 1962, Alpers first met American scientist Carleton Gajdusek, who had by then been studying kuru for several years... Unusually, the paper identified the victims Kigea and Eiru -- as well as Daisey and Georgette -- by name... Two weeks later, the paper appeared in the journal Nature. It identified kuru as a new category of infectious disease...
  • Neanderthal bones show signs of cannibalism

    07/07/2016 1:18:52 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 41 replies
    The remains that were found were radiocarbon-dated to be about 40,500 to 45,500 years old, and it was determined that Neanderthals butchered and used the bones of their peers as tools, according to a press release from the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen. The findings were published in the journal Scientific Reports. The team identified 99 "uncertain" bone fragments as belonging to Neanderthals, which would make this the greatest trove of Neanderthal remains ever found north of the Alps. The findings also shed light on the genetics of this lost human species, adding to previously collected data on Neanderthal genes....
  • Theory: Mad Cow May Have Come From Humans

    09/01/2005 4:28:38 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 8 replies · 417+ views
    ap on Yahoo ^ | 9/1/05 | Emma Ross - ap
    LONDON - A new theory proposes that mad cow disease may have come from feeding British cattle meal contaminated with human remains infected with a variation of the disease. The hypothesis, outlined this week in The Lancet medical journal, suggests the infected cattle feed came from the Indian subcontinent, where bodies sometimes are ceremonially thrown into the Ganges River. Indian experts not connected with the research pointed out weaknesses in the theory but agreed it should be investigated. The cause of the original case or cases of mad cow disease, or bovine spongiform encephalopathy, is unknown, but it belongs to...