Climate Change Activists Push For You To Eat Other Humans To Save The Environment

Just when you thought the push to fight ‘climate change’ couldn’t get any more bizarre, it turns out the same individuals behind the green movement are fighting to normalize cannibalism – claiming it will somehow help save the environment.

In line with those efforts, economists have suggested that human cannibalism is a viable solution to combat climate change.

Stockholm School of Economics professor and researcher Magnus Soderlund reportedly said he believes eating human meat off of dead bodies might be able to help save the human race if only society were to “awaken the idea.”

Soderlund argued that “conservative taboos against cannibalism,” would change over time if people just gave it a try.

The mainstream media has also recently engaged in an all-out push to promote and normalize eating other humans.

Wikipedia praises the act of cannibalism as a way of receiving “extra nutrition” and provide an “evolutionary advantage” to the cannibal.

The New York Times has also recently published an article titled “A Taste for Cannibalism” along with a tweet that states, “Cannibalism has a time and a place. Some recent books, films and shows suggest that the time is now.”

While these climate activists have been pushing to normalize this barbaric practice, they fail to mention just how dangerous it really is. Cannibals are at risk of related diseases such as Kuru, an illness caused by an infectious protein found in contaminated human brain tissue.

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