Have You Tried the All-New Cannibalism?

Why go to all of the planet-killing trouble to raise farm animals for meat when there’s already so much meat being self-delivered to the supermarket? If only we could overcome our racist, imperialist, civilizationalist privilege, we could see the answer staring us in the face. Wish we were kidding. We’re not. Progressive, parody thyself.

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Phil LeMay
March 1, 2024 6:33 AM

After some meditation on the subject, I have decided that cannibalism is a viable solution.

Think about it. We conservatives have the lion’s share of the guns. The Left is populated by weak, soft soy-boys. It’ll be like veal. Soft, tender meat, well marbled, grass fed, cuz they’re all vegetarian.
We can organize huge mass hunts, like they did with buffalo in the 1800’s. Only, instead of leaving vast fields of stripped carcasses, we’ll leave piles of tattooed skins with multi-colored pelts!
Just stay away from eating the brains. Kuru is not fun.

Davey Packer
Reply to  Phil LeMay
March 8, 2024 10:46 AM

I like the point about Leftie meat being tender, however, I can’t help but think that the meat would also be bitter, very, very bitter.

Phil LeMay
Reply to  Davey Packer
March 8, 2024 1:23 PM

A marinate in good whisky would cure that. Some citrus, spices….

Kathy Ware
February 29, 2024 4:50 PM

Kuru anyone???

Kertis Peterson
February 29, 2024 11:36 AM

In 1991, I traveled to Solomon Islands. The first part was landing at Mitchel Field, the airport in Honiara. Honiara, located on Guadalcanal, is the capital city of Solomon Islands. While perusing the city shops in downtown Honiara, I came across a jewelry shop where they were melting down and refining gold from ore brought to them by prospectors who had mined it on the opposite (i.e. south) side of the island from Honiara. If you look at the map of Guadalcanal, you will note that there is a mountain ridge that divides the north and south sides of the… Read more »

February 28, 2024 10:32 PM

Can you say, “Soylent Green?” Knew you could. I once met a Philippine missionary who used to be a cannibal before he got saved. He said he’s often been asked what people taste like. He says, “Tastes like chicken.” LOL

Phil LeMay
February 28, 2024 9:11 PM

I knew that if I hung around here long enough, it would happen.


Didn’t you talk about Eating the Rich, about oh, 20 years ago, Bill?

The spark is gone, he’s gone Hollywood. Just rebooting old ideas for the youngsters…

Reply to  Phil LeMay
February 29, 2024 11:16 AM

Lol, someone doesn’t get your irony so I negated their thumbs down vote. I appreciate good irony.

Phil LeMay
Reply to  ACTS (TM)
February 29, 2024 1:04 PM

It’s a pity that I didn’t realize that I should have put <sarc> tags…

Phil LeMay
Reply to  Phil LeMay
February 29, 2024 11:41 AM

And, the original:
Eat The Rich

Reply to  Phil LeMay
February 29, 2024 1:36 PM

That was the one where Bill was citing Iowa Hawk, wasn’t it? I guess I could click the link but I’m lazy. At first I wasn’t sure where you were going with that post. By the time I finished reading it there was no doubt of what you were getting at. Clearly you weren’t sincerely criticising our host(s). I try to avoid knee-jerk reactions. Some people not so much. Those are the grumpy ol’ pharts I often refer to in my comments and once again they proved I’m right in calling them that. If telling the unkind truth makes a… Read more »

Stephen Marvin
February 28, 2024 8:48 PM

“Long pork” doesn’t appeal. For an experience of Polynesian life, including cannibalism, read Herman Melville’s short novel, Typee, which is based on a true experience of the young author.

Thad Balmas
February 28, 2024 5:57 PM
Jack Durish
February 28, 2024 3:51 PM

Read “The Custom of the Sea” in which the subject of “lifeboat cannibalism” and its demise in the late 19th Century is discussed in detail

Gary Templar
February 28, 2024 2:41 PM

Have you heard about the cannibal who passed his friend in the woods?

John Sullivan
February 28, 2024 2:20 PM

The Overton window is the range of policies politically acceptable to the mainstream population at a given time. In my lifetime it has been and is being pushed inexorably to the left. From premarital sex which always went on but was frowned upon to transgenderism to the current insane mutilation of healthy children. Next up cannibalism, progressives gotta ‘progress’, there is no limiting principle.

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