Climate change and all its glory
Time and time again, science fiction has accurately predicted the future. A good example is that the hand-held communicators of the original Star Trek series were the forerunners of the flip phones many of us used in the 1990s.
In 1870, Jules Verne’s novel “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” predicted the coming of the submarine.
In 1964, Isaac Asimov wrote an essay for the New York Times that predicted the driverless car.several companies are on the verge of putting such vehicles on car dealers’ lots.
The novel “1984” has become the basis of the 2020 Democratic Party platform.
The 1973 movie “Soylent Green” had some disturbing predictions that are coming true.
In the year 2022, there are 40 million people live in New York City. The city has a ruling elite who live in luxury and the rest are basically peasants — suggesting NYC is under socialism.
There are shortages of clean water, food, housing and other basic human necessities. Only the city’s elite can afford clean water and good food. Yeah, it is Venezuelan-style socialism.
Soylent Industries controls the city’s food supply for the non-elites. It sells artificially produced wafers under the names of “Soylent Red” and “Soylent Yellow.” This company puts out a new product called “Soylent Green.”
It is more popular than the red and yellow versions.
It causes riots when the weekly supply of Soylent Green is made available to the public. When the hungry masses riot, the police use special vehicles to scoop up the rioters and they are never seen again.
A police detective investigates and discovers that Soylent Green is not made from plankton as the company and government says it is, but is made from human bodies.
The detective says this famous line at the end of the movie” Soylent Green is people.” People are horrified by cannibalism.
At a conference about the food of the future called the “Gastro Summit” in Stockholm Sweden, a speaker named Magnus Söderlund recently said the world must get over the negative views involving cannibalism.
Instead of eating cows that pass gas and destroy the environment, people everywhere are going to have to get used to the idea of eating human flesh as a way of combating the effects of — wait for it — climate change.
In a speech billed as: “Can you Imagine Eating Human Flesh,” behavioral Scientist and Marketing Strategist Behavioral Scientist and Marketing Strategist Söderlund from “Handelshögskolan” (College of Commerce) makes an argument for getting rid of every civilized countries’ taboos against desecrating the human body and cannibalism.
Söderlund said the taboos against cannibalism are “conservative” ideas that need to be changed. His take was that conservatives oppose eating human flesh and they won’t change even to save the planet.
Our western idea that people should not eat each other comes from the Bible.
In the Book of Genesis, God gave man all the plants, animals and fish to eat — except other people. “Whoever sheds human blood, by humans shall their blood be shed; for in the image of God has God made mankind,” God said in Genesis 9:6.
Those who want us to worship at the alter of climate change must first get people away from Christian beliefs.
If Söderlund had researched cannibalism a little more, he would have found that that was a tribe called the Fore that lived isolated in Papua New Guinea.
This tribe believed in eating their dead rather than allowing them to be consumed by worms.
The tribe suffered from an epidemic of something called “the laughing death.” Human bodies have a “twisted protein” that damages the brains of those who eat their fellow humans.
Söderlund’s desire for people to eat each other gives a look behind the curtain at where those pushing climate change want to take us.
The ultimate answer for their climate change agenda will have to be that there are too many people for earth to sustain.
The final solution of climate change will be that some people must die so the rest of them can live.
The question is who gets to decide who dies and dines on those sacrificed in the name of stopping climate change?