On second thought, don’t eat the bankers / Pensando bem, não comam os banqueiros


I’ve been concerned about this issue of eating the bankers (see previous post). It may not be a good idea. See, the point behind cannibalism is intimately related to animism – the belief that all things possess a soul, from human beings to inanimate objects. Any act of food intake must involve the belief that the eater absorbs the finest qualities of whatever it is he or she is eating. Makes sense right? That’s why when we’re children, our parents insist that we eat our veggies.

For the cannibal the human body was the highest source of food intake and the act of eating implied that the consumer would acquire the best qualities of the consumed. That’s why when captured by cannibals, people had to live with them for a long while and be very well treated so as to bring out the best in them. After all, cannibals wanted to digest good qualities, not bad ones. For that, they had to get to know if their food source had any traits worth appropriating.

A good insight into this philosophy is given by Brazilian film How tasty was my little Frenchman. The captive was treated like a king. Given women or anything he wanted, our hero transformed himself from a grumpy arrogant European into someone loving who learned to appreciate the freedom that tribal life surrounded by nature allows one to have. He willingly walked to his sacrifice after a year in captivity that gave him the freedom he could never have in Europe.

Note: this is also important information my friends because now you know that if you ever get captured by cannibals you must bring out the worst in you. That is if you want to stay alive.

Taking the animist philosophy into consideration, I therefore do not advice anyone to eat a banker. Simply because you should not want to acquire their qualities. Unless you would like to put your hands on the 1.1 trillion dollars that bankers will be sucking out of the Great 20 idiots. Like that’s going to ‘restore’ our ‘confidence’ in them, right…? No my friends, please don’t eat them. It may harm your soul and jeopardize your spiritual evolution for eternity. Feed them to the pigs instead. They’re not animistic.

 

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Fiquei preocupada com esta questão de se comer os banqueiros (vejam o post anterior). Não é boa ideia. A prática do canibalismo estava intimamente ligada à filosofia do animismo – a crença de todas as coisas têm uma alma, de seres humanos a objetos inanimados. Qualquer ato de consumo de alimentos deve implicar que o consumidor adquirirá as melhores qualidades de seja lá o for que ele ou ela vai comer. Faz sentido, não acham? É por isso que quando somos crianças os nossos pais insistem que comamos os legumes.

Para um canibal o corpo humano era a maior fonte de alimento e o ato de comer implicava que o consumidor adquiriria as melhores qualidades do consumido. Por isso, quando capturadas por canibais, as pessoas tinham de viver com eles durante um certo período de tempo e ser bem tratadas para que o melhor de suas personalidades emergisse. Afinal, os canibais queriam ingerir as boas qualidades, não as más. Para isso, tinham de saber se a sua fonte de alimentação tinha algumas características que valesse a pena ingerir.

Uma boa analogia é dada pelo filme brasileiro Como era gostoso o meu Francês. O capturado foi tratado como um rei. Deram-lhe mulheres e tudo o que ele queria, e assim o nosso herói passou de um arrogante rabugento europeu a um ser humano amável e apreciador da liberdade que a vida tribal rodeada de natureza pode oferecer. Por vontade própria ele resignou-se a sua sorte aceitando o sacrificio depois de um ano cativo que lhe deu a liberdade que nunca havia tido na europa.

Notem meus amigos que esta informação é muito importante porque se algum de voçês alguma vez for capturado por canibais deve comportar-se o pior possivel se quer manter-se vivo.

Portanto, tendo em conta a filosofia animista, não aconselho ninguem a comer um banqueiro. Simplesmente porque vocês não querem concerteza adquirir a qualidades deles. A menos que estejam pensando em pôr as mãos no 1.1 trilhão de dólares que os Grandes 20 idiotas vão criar para ‘restaurar’ a nossa ‘confiança’ neste sistema monetario obsoleto. Não meus amigos, não os comam. Se o fizerem poderão prejudicar a vossa alma e evolução espiritual para toda a eternidade. Dêem-os antes de comer aos porcos. Os porcos não são animistas.

   

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One response to “On second thought, don’t eat the bankers / Pensando bem, não comam os banqueiros

  • Aline Couto

    I may say I do get scared when I think of how far these bankers can go; and I do believe they can go much further, supported also by the stupideness of the majority of the population on earth. Of course they are attacking specially education all over the world, using puppets like José Serra,the governor of São Paulo (another one willing to sell the country and the people to strong corporations, and by the way that’s why he’s in power), who’s often on the media for the nasty acts he takes towards educational system in that state, like Aécio Neves here, in MG and so on…
    Have you seen how Daniel Dantas, a brazilian banker, is shaking the Justice of Brazil, using ministers not only to set him free the two times he got in trouble, but also to hunt now the ones who tried to catch him? Do you think the majority of the population have a slight idea of what goes on? I wish the population didn’t know ’cause they just didn’t care about it, but it’s much worse: they don’t know ’cause they are unable to think, to use something that was given to them called mind, thinking…
    And here am I, feeling like a clown, part of this grand circo bankers created to the world I happen to live in…

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