What’s wrong with eating people? Is the world ready for synthesised cannibalism? You could soon be dining on lightly-seasoned chunks of your loved ones…


The MSM is currently pushing cannibalism… But human cannibalism has been known to transmit debilitating diseases. So now, they are adressing their propaganda with lab meat… In its lastest edition, WIRED UK discusses about what if we would start eating lab-grown human meat? Madness…

Human cannibalism has been known to transmit debilitating diseases. But what if it were lab-grown human meat?
Human cannibalism has been known to transmit debilitating diseases. But what if it were lab-grown human meat? via Twitter

What if you could tuck into a juicy human burger that was guaranteed cruelty-free? No-one has to lose a shoulder for your Sunday roast; no-one gets their leg sawn off for your signature slow-cooked tagine. No-one even has to die these days. In the not-too-distant future, we could all be tucking into lab-grown meaty cubes of our favourite celebrities. Or eating a synthesised slab of newlyweds to mark the special day.

In the West, this is a huge taboo,” says Dr. Bill Schutt, professor of biology, research associate in residence at the American Museum of Natural History and author of Eat Me: A Natural and Unnatural History of Cannibalism. “Especially the medicinal cannibalism that took place relatively recently in Europe. I think it was something that people probably weren’t particularly proud of, once they discovered that modern medicine had better solutions than eating body parts.

In 2017, salves and tinctures made from people have fallen out of fashion with pharmacists. But what about the restaurant up the road? In 2013, scientists from the Netherlands proved that we can make animal meat in a lab from cell cultures into beef burgers (the first, which cost £215,000 to make was, apparently, “not that juicy”). But there is a difference between eating a cow and eating cow.

The latter is a massive win for cows. Cheek swab beats boltgun. For diners, too; once you factor in how much of your bill goes into breeding and sustaining livestock. There’s also no animal cruelty in a petri dish. With nothing more invasive than a cotton bud, anyone could eat as much beef as they like without harming a single cow.

Or as much human.

Dr. Koert Van Mensvoort, director of the Next Nature Network and fellow at the Eindhoven University of Technology, is the man behind what is probably the worst (but in a good way) cookbook you could ever hope to buy. The In Vitro Meat Cookbook contains recipes for over 40 dishes – none of which you can actually make. Yet. Each entry is illustrated, with an accompanying list of ingredients (all centred around lab-grown meat), a gleefully morbid description, and a five-star rating system of scientific feasibility. One star: we’re a long ways off. Five stars: Set the table! And use the good cutlery – we’re eating guests.

I started writing the book because I was already in contact with some of the biotechnology companies that had been developing in vitro meat for years,” says Van Mensvoort. “And what was striking was that they were trying to make the same kinds of sausages and burgers that we already know. That sounded weird to me, like how people called the first cars horseless carriages. So I decided to step into their space and explore the creative design: what could be on our plates in the future because of this new technology?

The In Vitro Meat Cookbook is really a cookbook in name only. It’s an art project, a conversation starter. There’s a recipe for knitted meat (“a festive centrepiece” to replace the Christmas turkey, four stars) and Dodo Nuggets (“The dodo has returned! To the dinner table”, also four stars).

Only towards the very end do things start turning shades of Soylent Green. Would sir or madame care for a Celebrity Cube? Cells swabbed from today’s hottest stars, grown into cubic canapes and speared on cocktail sticks. “Give European royalty a try before the next coronation,” the book suggests. Which would certainly change the atmosphere on The Mall. Celebrity Cubes might be feasible – if you can grow mutton, you can grow Miley – but even without a sacrificial lamb, any company hoping to sell lab-grown human flesh will, says Van Mensvoort, be selling to a market that is exclusive and esoteric in equal measure.

“In general, I think there will be huge reluctance against in vitro human meat,” he says. “It will be very, very niche. Maybe a very haute-cuisine restaurant will offer this once-in-a-lifetime, special experience for which you pay a lot of money. Or it could be a ritual: when you get married, you consume a piece of each other’s meat, just that once. I’m not promoting it, I just think it’s a fascinating conversation to have. The problems are much more social and cultural than technical or medical.

But, providing the cell donor is informed and consenting, what is the problem? What is it about the image of a half-dozen friends, laughing and chatting in between mouthfuls of each other, that makes it so innately ghoulish? One plausible answer is that it’s ingrained that eating members of our own species is bad for us. Other animals – the list is longer and fluffier than you would hope – do it all the time. But at least in mammals, cannibalism is usually a product of extreme circumstance: food scarcity, environmental stressors, or one group fighting another and then eating infant usurpers.

The first labgrown meat was formed into a beef burger that cost 215000 but proponents of the technique are confident…But cannibalism can still be inherently dangerous for the animal doing the eating. The most successful diseases are specialists – adapted over hundreds of thousands of years to thrive in a particular species. Zoonotic diseases (diseases which jump from animals to humans, such as Ebola) aside, a disease that is very good at infecting a chicken is probably not going to be very good at infecting a person. But if, as a person, you eat meat from another person who was carrying a disease, you’re in trouble.

Which brings us to the most infamous case of disease passed through human-to-human cannibalism by the Fore (pronounced ‘for-ay’) people of Papua New Guinea. Kuru is a disease tied to Fore funeral tradition, in which the family of the deceased ate their remains rather than burn or bury them. It was considered a deeply respectful practice, totally removed from the racist and fictitious accounts of fearsome cannibal savages that made for such good reading in colonial times. Kuru itself, however, is fearsome. It is savage. And it is a product of cannibalism.

Kuru causes victims’ muscles to spasm and seize. Dementia follows with random and uncontrollable laughing or crying, and finally death as the disease eats away at the connection between brain and body. In the late 1950’s, researchers at the National Institute for Health in the US made two deeply unsettling discoveries: first, that the samples from the deceased victims showed no trace of infection – their bodies hadn’t recognised Kuru as disease. And second: the victims’ cerebellums (the part of the lower brain that controls coordination of the body’s muscles) were riddled with holes.

Closer to home, the UK has seen outbreaks of similar diseases – though thankfully not as a result of human cannibalism. BSE also falls under the umbrella of transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSEs) and presents similarly to Kuru. In 1987, an increase in the reuse of cow remains being fed to cattle was declared the cause by the British government, with stringent controls introduced the next year. TSEs make for grisly warnings against eating your own, whatever your species.

But the TSEs we know about are also all products of unsanitary food production. Would we have to worry about them – or infections – hiding in packets of lab-grown man-flank? “I don’t think it would happen, because you’d know that these were not diseased cells,” says Schutt, referring to any form of lab-grown meat. “So if you cultured human cells, unless you cultured them from someone who was infected with Kuru, then you wouldn’t have that problem. There’s no contamination coming in from other cells, because you’re starting out with just a couple, and they are replicating. It ties into the idea that you’d have less disease if you were culturing a chicken cutlet. By the same token, you would probably have much less chance of producing a diseased human tissue culture.

But even with the promise of clean human meat taken as read, there’s one final, potentially lethal (thankfully for the product, rather than the consumer), problem: marketing. Or, as bioethicists might put it: the yuck factor. “The yuck factor is an emotional, not necessarily logical, response,” says Dr. John Loike, director of special programmes at Columbia’s Centre for Bioethics. “So, I think it would be more applicable to the use of human stem cells to generate meat, and would not really apply to animals such as fish or poultry.

The yuck factor has a contentious history in bioethics. It’s a philosophical dodge move; a way of agreeing that there might be nothing logically wrong with the idea of, say, cloning a human being (or even bits of one to make into burgers), it’s just wrong intuitively. But commodification of the human body is not a new problem, says Loike. “We sell blood. We sell sperm. We sell eggs. There’s nothing you can do about it, even though it’s not the ideal situation. This whole process has been going for decades,” he says.

And the potential uptake of lab-grown human meat, he adds, will be entirely market-driven. “I think if something’s not accepted well, then the market is going to say, ‘Well, we don’t want this’. It’s not going to be an ethical or bioethical decision made by some government or agency or scientific group. It’s more to do with what the culture and the population and the ultimately the consumers believe. I would not support it, but I’d respect their personal decision. There’s no harm in doing this; one does not cause any health risks or harm as far as we know, so I don’t see any problems.

In the not-so-distant future, then, there will be no obvious technical hurdle to growing human meat for consumption. It will probably be safe to eat and comparable to any other meat that comes from a laboratory. An inherent horror will probably keep it off the supermarket shelves and menus of all but the most curious individuals and eccentric restaurants. But, if your really want to, you will be able to have your steak and eat it. [Wired]

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  1. Did this poor violent “autastic”/”ausome” man have “zombie syndrome”/1P36 deletion syndrome caused by the “safer smaller” pediatric schedule predating the new thing? So many years ago, but actually horrifying and disturbing: https://www.ageofautism.com/2018/12/foul-practice-of-restraint-not-considered-foul-play-in-death-of-student-with-autism.html

    The satanists who hold down and inject your children with witchcraft/pharmakeia sedatives “for the safety of self and others” won’t help you when you and your neighbours/cities are swarmed with postvckxxx Hulk-like flesh eating triple helix zombies, predicted back in 2011 by the U.S. Babylon govt with the word “classified” sprinkled throughout.

  2. I’m not trying to bore people but to warn people, if you’re bored go play vidya games fiftea kao.

    “No jab no job”and corruption is why I don’t want to work for man/corporations but garden/farm organically instead.

    Free speech websites shouldn’t ban people from making “rants” about serious topics, your idea of free speech must come from T.C. and Mr. Neuralink guy.

    • BS, you’re a spamming and repetitive drivel spewing imbecile. People know about all the crap you spew. You think you are some genius? What a loser.

  3. Cannibalism, 4kids/PR/hyper commercialism and “Christian” commercialist money grabs (yoga/fiction/almost anything you can inject that C word into, I’d pardon the good kids shows like Veggietales and Superbook), d story times and “educational” porno books such as “What’s Happening To Me?” and “Gender Queer” CP…

    I’m hearing the song “Let’s Start WW3” by World Order, and these men say “Let’s grab them by the poosy!” near the end, I am seriously convinced the East Asians will take over the USA as its whites and blacks are falling like flies from the C Vs, and their children can’t go to “school” without being injected with vxxxseens or indoctrinated/bullied or coddled into emotional “snowflake” entitlement fragility. Or they can get dosed with E.F. via Deviantart/Tumblr/Reddit/any site that makes their brains melt like jello. Really sad and no govn. will save us, in spite of those clown ads such as “Deesantus World” hats and polls. I won’t take the MOTB/CVs nor such at all.

  4. This is their religion. No doubt about that. Mystery Babylon. The one world religion many partake of without even knowing it. The little harlots like CRT, Wokeism, common core, new age crap. All of their mother that great whore mystery babylon. It’s even in the Christian church. Easter= Ishtar Same thing.

  5. Next they’ll be pushing the idea of eating dung. I heard a story about 20 y ago telling about how Hollywood stars must eat excrement on a plate as part of their demonic rituals, serving satan and his minions for wealth and fame. The more poop they eat, the more rich and famous they become. I didn’t believe it back then but it doesn’t seem to far gone at this time. It’s like anything goes in this nutty world right now. Think about it. If it’s taboo or simply disgusting, they’ll do it and then push it to the rest of the world. I am so done with this world. I don’t even care about the things I used to do anymore. Motorcycling, golfing, skiing, fishing, hiking, biking, target shooting, I used to occupy myself with all of these and now I only want to go home!

    • Yeah, they eat excrement, drink urine, menstrual blood, charged(adrenochrome) blood, semen, all that stuff. Spirit cooking they call it. They are sicko’s. They need to Repent, and ask Christ to forgive them. They won’t do it since they think they are the Alpha and Omega, instead of God.

    • Jim,
      Keep living. It’s all part of the experience. We’re given choices to see what we chose. Just a big schoolhouse. Their time is about over. But prepare. Chickens and a Garden.

  6. 50cal,
    Satanists been eating and drinking the blood of people for thousands of years. This is their final moments so are throwing everything at us. Notice the current Hillery looks at least 20 years younger? Not her. Shorter as well. Real one dead for a couple years now. But the Satanists want to keep putting her in our face so trotted out a double to continue the torture. And her medical problems do seem connected to people eating. As I understand it, she had Vascular Dementia, Congestive Heart problems, and others I can’t recall. Vascular Dementia is why her head flopped around. Evil Bitch. I have seen reports that claim the video the NY PD (Most of those Cops are Dead) had showed her walking around with a child’s ripped off face over hers. And the child was still alive! Pure EVIL!

    • I read an article about Hitlery using body doubles. That’s probably why the pedomedia con artists did the plastic surgery story. Give a reason for her looks.

      I think the kuru disease happens from eating human brains. The satanist like eating the pineal glands too, as they believe it gives them psychic powers.

  7. Devils worshipping scum peddle this abomination. Schwabula’s coven of buttclowns, Gates, Harari, and other psychopathic weirdos. There used to be a website called cannibalcuisine.com that was allegedly a restaurant specializing in food made from people. Could have been a spoof website, but the idea is out there. When Hitlery was on video and her face was twerking, people said she had kuru disease.

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