Over the weekend, famed [religious] atheist Richard Dawkins had a novel suggestion for the future: eating human meat.
Dawkins was responding to a story in the Independent which described “clean meat,” or, in other words, meat grown in laboratories made from stem cells harvested from living cattle.
Josh Tetrick, CEO of clean meat manufacturer JUST, had told CNN that the first items could be available to consumers for human consumption “before the end of 2018.” He told The Guardianthat the path to public acceptance of cultured meat is obstructed by “gnarly problems, communication issues, regulatory issues.”
The Independent reported, “But one recent study revealed one third of Americans would be willing to eat clean meat regularly or as a replacement for farmed meat. To reach that point, companies will have to bring down the cost of mass production.”
In 2014, the animal rights activists at PETA offered $1 million to the first scientist to produce and sell in vitro chicken meat.
But Dawkins envisions himself as more far-seeing than everyone else. Hence this tweet:
Dawkins is the same guy who said in 2017, “When I see cattle lorries, I think of the railway wagons to Auschwitz.”
Once you’ve literally equated animals with humans (not hard if you don’t believe humans were created in God’s image because you don’t believe in God), why shouldn’t you champion eating human meat?
Oh, and Richard? Don’t forget the ketchup.
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The 2001 Twin Towers According To Evolutionism
From A Prophet Of The Dirt Dickie Dawkins:
In the Guardian newspaper on Sept. 15, 2001 religious atheist Richard Dawkins, professor of the public understanding of science at Oxford University and author of books such as “The Selfish Gene,” compared the suicide terrorists to pigeons and accused their religion of being a system of mind control.
“Testosterone-sodden young men too unattractive to get a woman in this world might be desperate enough to go for 72 private virgins in the next,” he wrote, referring to the promises of an Islamic paradise made to those who die martyrs.
Dawkins thinks that Theism devalues the meaning of life because it “teaches the dangerous nonsense that death is not the end.”