Cannibalism Comes To Disney as ‘Soylent Green’ Goes Mainstream

Cannibalism Comes To Disney as ‘Soylent Green’ Goes Mainstream By Susan Duclos – All News PipeLine

– Composting Human Bodies, Water Cremation Turning The Dead Into ‘Fertilizer,’ We Are Being Programmed Into Accepting Consumption Of The Human Flesh

With the soon to be released movie “Fresh,” a tale of “cannibalism,” we take a ‘fresh’ look at how rapidly the idea of humans eating human flesh or using it to grow plants, trees or food by “composting” a dead body has become mainstream news.

In 1973 when the movie “Soylent Green” was released, movie-goers were mortified to find out that the “food” being created to feed the starving was actually other human beings, yet now, we see “cannibalism” treated as just another novel idea.

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When police backup arrives at the church, the seriously wounded and nearly hysterical Thorn confides to Lt. Hatcher the horrible secret behind Soylent Green, while Hatcher looks on with disbelief. As Thorn is being carried away by the police on a stretcher to a local hospital, he urges to Hatcher to spread the word and shouts out to the spectators: “Soylent Green is PEOPLE!! We’ve got to stop them… SOMEHOW!!!”


From Silence of the Lambs to Texas Chainsaw Massacre, with more than a hundred movies in between, even more if you count “Zombie” movies and television shows, the idea of humans eating humans has been used to horrify movie-goers for decades, but also used by movie-makers to “normalize” cannibalism in the minds of the populace.

What we never thought we would see though, is Disney making movies about the subject. Then again, since Disney went “woke” they have been promoting a number of things that are not kid friendly.

The movie “Fresh” will be released on Hulu, in what appears to be an attempt to distance Disney from its own product, but Hulu is majority-owned by Disney, with NBCUniversal holding a minority stake.


Premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, Mimi Cave’s “Fresh” is a movie about cannibalism. Yes, cannibalism, the eating of people. Yes, Disney. It’s not a parody or a satire like “Get Out.” It’s a straight up horror film about a charming doctor, played by Sebastian Stan, who seduces women, kidnaps them, and carves out pieces of them for sale to high paying customers. Eventually, they’re all carved up and dead.

A review of the movie can be found at Showbiz411 for those that want to learn more about it.



Compost is defined as “decayed organic material used as a plant fertilizer.”

No less than three states have passed laws legalizing human composting. To be as blunt as possible, it is turning the dead into compost rather than burying or cremating them. Those states are Washington State , Colorado and Oregon.

How long before the states that have approved the practice of human composting, will they take that next step and allow that “compost” to be used to grow not just plants, but food as well?

A couple of other questions are posed by IllinoisFamilyOrg, in a piece about human composting:



 Human composting will be voluntary at first, but how long will that last? Probably about as long as voluntary euthanasia. Doctors are now performing non-voluntary euthanizations. And what comes after non-voluntary human composting? Mandatory human composting.

How long before cannibalism of recently deceased humans is legalized? After all, why waste all that good meat. Maybe we could call it Soylent Green.



All excellent questions and not out of the realm of possibility. In fact, at the rate we are seeing attempts to normalize cannibalism, it is far more likely than not that the next steps will include eating human beings……because the practice eat insects and bugs isn’t “filling” enough.

Another manner of treating dead humans as nothing more than fertilizer is what they call “water cremation.”

The Wisconsin Senate approved “water cremation” in 2021, joining 20 other states, where the bodies of the dead are dissolved and dumped into the sewer system.


The full process of alkaline hydrolysis takes between three to 16 hours, ultimately producing a “sterile” liquid devoid of tissue and DNA. “In some cases, the water is diverted and used for fertilizer because of the potassium and sodium content,” CANA said. 


These are not hoaxes, satire or just the world of fiction in the movies, but steps to legalize the process of turning people into food, beginning with turning them into compost or fertilizer.

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