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Talk radio personality Alex Jones this week admitted to planning to murder his neighbors and feed them to his children in the eventuality that his formidable supplies of stored food run out during the impending economic collapse that is likely to leave many in America hungry.
“I’m just gonna be honest, I will eat my neighbors,” Jones said on Friday’s edition of the Infowars broadcast. “I am literally looking at my neighbors and going, ‘am I ready to hang them up and gut em and skin em and chop em up?’ You know what, I’m ready. My daughters aren’t starving to death.”
“The point is, have you thought about that yet?”, the Texan continued. “Because I’m someone who thought I could fix this and I’m starting to have to think about having to eat my neighbors.”
Last week, industry experts announced that meat shortages are imminent, with current beef production down by 40%, and the nation’s biggest meat producer, Tyson Foods, took out a full-page ad in the New York Times declaring that the “food supply chain is breaking.” The US government has failed thus far to present a coherent explanation as to how they’re going to deal with this, as they struggle to manage the falling death toll of the coronavirus.
“You think I like sizing up my neighbor, how I’m gonna haul him up by a chain and chop his ass up? I’ll do it. My children aren’t going hungry. I will eat your ass. And that’s why I want the globalists to know, I will eat your ass first,” Jones concluded before cutting to commercial.
Jones is expressing an internal debate that has been taking place in the minds of millions of Americans: when is the right time to kill and eat your neighbors? Few Americans have doubt that at some point this will be necessary, but if you kill and eat your neighbors too early, the lockdown could end and you could be charged with murder. Conversely, if you wait too long, you could lose your strength, and it could be you who is killed and eaten.
The government’s official policy is that cannibalism is illegal, and thus the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has been reluctant to give a timeframe between the time when your stored food runs out and when you should haul your neighbor up with a chain and chop him up.
However, experts note that in virtually every recorded situation of humans being forced to deal with starvation, cannibalism becomes a reality. It has also been pointed out by many in the field of medicine that if no guidelines are given on how to field dress a human, Americans could end up botching the process, which would result in spoiled meat in a time of mass starvation.
Alex Jones is widely known for being spiritually-centered and down to earth, so his decision to address the topic of impending mass cannibalism may spur the government towards issuing guidelines on the taboo practice, which will help Americans navigate the murky waters of starvation-induced cannibalism.