Why Are So Many MSM Outlets Promoting The Practice Of Cannibalism


We know that globalists and other progressives are bound and determined to get us eating bugs, but we’re not eating bugs, and we’re not eating each other. But New York Times said we will…

“Cannibalism has a time and a place.”

Those are exact words of the New York Times clickbait title for its recent tweet.

Yes, mainstream media is now attempting to normalize cannibalism.

I mean, seriously? This is the dreck published by one of the most historically important newspapers in the country. Granted, that train left the station a long time ago, but still.

It gets even more disturbing after that. “A spate of recent stomach-churning books, TV shows, and films suggests we’ve never looked so delicious — to one another,” they report breathlessly.

Well, if you don’t believe it, check it out:

Here’s what ‘The New York Times’ tweeted on July 23:

“Cannibalism has a time and a place. Some recent books, films, and shows suggest that the time is now. Can you stomach it?”

Chad Prather reacted to the Times’ twisted fantasy of eating human flesh:

More details of this report from Fox News:

Twitter users expressed discomfort and confusion on Twitter Saturday after The New York Times published an article claiming there’s a “time and a place” for “cannibalism.”

Users blasted the piece for seemingly “normalizing” the grisly practice of eating human flesh.

The New York Times published the outlandish piece, titled “A Taste for Cannibalism?” in its Style section on Saturday. Written by Alex Beggs, the article provided insight into cannibalism’s growing relevance in pop culture ­– especially in a “spate of recent stomach-churning books” – and touted one author’s assertion that cannibalism’s “time is now.”

Beggs began her piece with a reference to novelist Chelsea G. Summers’ story idea of a character eating her deceased boyfriend’s “liver served Tuscan style, on toast.” She then observed, “Turns out, cannibalism has a time and a place. In the pages of some recent stomach-churning books, and on television and film screens, Ms. Summers and others suggest that that time is now.”

‘Outkick’ noted in its reporting that “The New York Times, once the gold standard of journalism, is now a monumental joke. And that goes for all sections of the outlet, from “news” to op-ed to politics to cannibalism.” 

Sputnik News shared memes blasting The New York Times for attempting to normalize cannibalism.

A screenshot of a comment addressing a piece about cannibalism, published by the New York Times. - Sputnik International, 1920, 24.07.2022

A screenshot of a comment addressing a piece about cannibalism, published by the New York Times. - Sputnik International, 1920, 24.07.2022

A screenshot of a comment addressing a piece about cannibalism, published by the New York Times. - Sputnik International, 1920, 24.07.2022

Cannibalism is just the latest wicked, demonic practice pushed onto the public by the media:

Unsurprisingly, the media wants you to think cannibalism will help save the planet and fight non-existent climate change:

‘Big Think’ gives us more details of this sadistic story:

A Swedish scientist has caused a stir by advocating that in order to stem the ill effects of climate changes, humans need to start eating each other. Of course, he’s not calling for all-out cannibalism like it used to be practiced throughout history. Rather he thinks that if we just get over some very obvious taboos, we might consider eating human corpses.

While talking about the Gastro Summit focused on “food on the future” on Swedish TV, the behavioral scientist and marketing strategist Magnus Söderlund from the Stockholm School of Economics proposed that in order to truly take on the effects of climate change, we must “awake the idea” that eating human flesh should be discussed as an option in the future.

Söderlund used his tv interview on the State Swedish Television channel TV4 to give a powerpoint presentation entitled “Can you Imagine Eating Human Flesh?” It included such topics as “Is Cannibalism the solution to food sustainability in the future?” and “Are we humans too selfish to live sustainably?”

What bothers me about the NY Times cannibalism piece is more the unbridled joy they take in the subject and the unspoken but apparent way they actually promote the practice.

Sources: WLT, The New York Times, Big Think, Outkick, Sputnik News