“Orwell,” as with other dystopian thinkers, writes sociologist Erich Fromm, “is simply implying that the new form of managerial industrialism, in which man builds machines which act like men and develops men who act like machines, is conducive to an era of dehumanization and complete alienation, in which men are transformed into things and become appendices to the process of production and consumption.”
==A Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State (John W. Whitehead)
In 1931, when Brave New World was being written, I was convinced that there was still plenty of time. The completely organized society, the scientific caste system, the abolition of free will by methodical conditioning, the servitude made acceptable by regular doses of chemically induced happiness, the orthodoxies drummed in by nightly courses of sleep-teaching — these things were coming all right, but not in my time, not even in the time of my grandchildren.
==Brave New World Revisited (Huxley, Aldous)
Do not underestimate the dystopian nature of what is unfolding in front of all of us. Nor do not underestimate what the masses will accept when faced with serious food deprivation, the kind that is racing towards North America and the entire world as the Grand Solar Minimum and a very likely mini-ice age. Yet, we are not even there yet and our civilization is willing to devour foods fertilized with toxic sludge. As a great deal of the dystopian visions of Huxley, Orwell, and Burgess have been increasingly realized, can it be too far-fetched to think that Soylent Green is out of the question?
New “recycling” technology is actually CANNIBALISM: Dead people are liquefied, drained into city sewers, then dumped on food crops as “biosludge”
(Natural News) A new “recycling” technology called “bio-cremation” liquefies the dead, then dumps their liquid remains into city sewers where solid and liquid waste is collected as “biosludge” to be dumped on food crops. Those crops, in turn, are fed back to humans as part of the mainstream food supply.
In a shocking true story that’s part The Matrix and part Soylent Green, a company based in Smith Falls, Ontario have devised a “bio-cremation” system that it calls an “eco-friendly alternative to flame-based cremation or casket burials,” reports Canada’s CBC News. The company is called and touts its approach to dissolving dead bodies as “eco-friendly alkaline hydrolysis.”
According to CBC News, dead bodies are liquefied with a “process that blends water with an alkali solution…” The company’s website describes the body liquefaction process as follows:
Bio Cremation creates a highly controlled and sophisticated environment that uniquely combines water, alkali, heat, and pressure. This process biochemically hydrolyzes the human body, leaving only bone fragments. During a typical Bio Cremation cycle, the body is reduced, bone fragments are rinsed and the remaining by-product is a sterile fluid.
There’s no mention of handling the mercury and other toxic heavy metals that would survive such a process, of course. Those metals would obviously end up in the city’s sewer system.
“The company came under fire in 2016 when it was revealed the liquid byproduct is then drained into the town’s sewage system,” reports CBC News (Canada):
Liquefied human remains to be dumped on food crops
As Natural News has extensively documented, cities across North America — including Toronto — collect sewage into so-called “biosolids” or “biosludge,” which is trucked out of the city’s sewage treatment center and dumped on food crops in rural areas.
See the trailer for the upcoming film Biosludged for more details on this alarming process that spreads toxic heavy metals, pharmaceutical chemicals and industrial pollutants onto crop soils: