Wednesday, January 15, 2014

CANNIBALISM: Beyond the pale of acceptable human behaviour - (Video)

It’s really hard to believe that cannibalism is still practised in this day and age, a barbaric ritual that was common in human societies prior to the beginning of the Upper Paleolithic (Old Stone Age) period which broadly dates to between 50,000 and 10,000 years ago.

But here it is, in its gruesome glory, in the year 2014...

WARNING: Footage contains some disturbing images

The full story can be read on the web site of the BBC: CAR cannibal tells BBC: I ate man in revenge attack

While strange things can happen to the human mind, especially during wartime and in areas of extreme poverty, it is a debatable point whether it is acceptable human behaviour for a man to eat another man in an act of revenge. Insanity, whether temporary or not, must surely play a role when men behave like animals.

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whiteson said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Tia, thanks for this one. I just hope the liberal who always want to make these people angels, would read this and watch the video. These people are still caught in the stone age with their barbaric beliefs. They will never change, never, I tell you(as if you dont know it). They are satans children and that is undeniable. They and the muslims are the most backwards in modern life. Organ eating bastards.

Adrem said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

As long as it is Black on Black, the proverbial political correctness among the liberal media will leave this theme untouched.

Admittedly, I am surprised that the BBC reported this sickening event, but surely there is reason behind this.

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

@Adrem – The BBC is subtly attacking Christianity with this report of theirs.

Adrem said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Contemplating about it TIA, I am sure that you are right: Thanks for pointing it out.

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