What would be the objections to processing human flesh into a food source?
Gotta render "the people" into disease free small green pellets high in animal protein, carbohydrates and fat.
We bury and burn a wonderful source of nutrition. Food that could feed the starving folks of all 3rd world countries.
Forget this cannibalism. We've got to be practical as human population rises over the next 30 - 50 yrs.
We could produce many differing tasteful flavors and colors!
We are wasting a valuable food source...dont'cha think RJ?
I would say "Mad Cow" would be the biggest objection.
Outside of morality and public decency. Heck, get those two solved and the third will probably be a breeze.
Aw, precautions would be taken not to pass on undesirable problems.
As far as public decency is concerned, what public decency? There is nothing "decent" about contemporary humanity.
Morality? One of the most immoral groups on earth is the hypocritical catholic church. The vatican is worth billions and still refers to itself as being a "christian" entity.
Morality is a farce. When it comes to human life, starving children and human deprivation take a 2nd position to morality.
China has run out of burial grounds. For crap sakes render the dead into an infinite food source. UP WITH FEED THE PEOPLE, PEOPLE!
"As far as public decency is concerned, what public decency? There is nothing "decent" about contemporary humanity."
"Morality? One of the most immoral groups on earth is the hypocritical catholic church. "
Feed the people....people!
If we decided to make problem free, highly nutritious "soylent green," would ya eat it?
mebbe soylent green dogs would work? those who have died of course, road kills?
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