The “lovely” face of liberalism: “We should be open to cannibalism if it means fighting conservatism and climate change”

Summary

A Swedish liberal, Magnus Soderlund, a professor of the Stockholm School of Economics has suggested “we should eat human flesh”. According to professor Soderlund, “conservative taboos could change over time if people simply tried eating human flesh”. The liberals have gone so insane that not eating human flesh is now considered “conservative” in their depraved libtard minds.

Disproof

A pro-Kremlin attempt to forward a narrative about the decaying values of the Western society. Professor Söderlund has never advocated cannibalism. He is a specialist in marketing, and is studying the dynamics behind various food taboos: insects, maggots - and human flesh. In the widely spread interview with Swedish TV channel TV4, he suggest that times might come when we might have to re-examine our taboos.

The interview can be found here (in Swedish).

Similar cases can be found here.

publication/media

  • Reported in: Issue 165
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 17/09/2019
  • Language/target audience: English
  • Country: Sweden
  • Keywords: Western values
  • Outlet: Fort Russ News
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