Saturday, March 16, 2013 -Posted by Fadi Bejjani
To Protect and to Serve...Cooked on a Platter
An analysis of officer Gilberto Valle’s computer found he was taking concrete steps to abduct his wife and at least five other women he knew. He admitted to a fetish for talking on the Internet about cannibalism (they will have ANYBODY do ANYTHING on that spider web!). He looked up potential targets on a restricted law enforcement database (advantages about being a cop).
For those of you who don’t know, Cannibalism comes from Caníbales in Spanish, name for the Carib people, a West Indies tribe formerly well known for their practice of cannibalism, which is the act of humans eating the flesh or internal organs of other human beings
Cannibalism was widespread in the past among humans in many parts of the world, continuing into the 19th century in some isolated South Pacific cultures, and to the present day in parts of tropical Africa. In a few cases in insular Melanesia, indigenous flesh-markets existed. Fiji was once known as the 'Cannibal Isles'. Cannibalism has been well documented around the world, from Fiji to the Amazon Basin to the Congo to Māori New Zealand.
Cannibalism is NOT illegal in most countries, including the US. What IS a crime is the abducting, killing and/or cooking that one has to do prior to eat the victim. There is justice after all!
“Cannibalism for survival” has been occasionally practiced as a last resort by people suffering from famine, including in modern times. A famous example is the ill-fated Westward expedition of the Donner Party, and more recently the crash of Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571, after which some survivors ate the bodies of dead passengers.
Although some mentally ill people obsess about eating others and actually do so, such as Jeffrey Dahmer and Albert Fish, there is resistance to formally labeling cannibalism as a mental disorder, probably because health carriers won't pay for it (what else is new!)
In modern day society, until officer Valle came about, the word cannibalism was most commonly use to describe Identity thieves cannibalizing your bank accounts. Although our sensitive stomachs, destroyed by fried starches and others, would consider eating a bit of horse meat inside Swedish meatballs as a form of cannibalism. The Ikea folks still cannot figure that one out, since for instance horse meat is a delicacy in France (so is snails and frogs)! Here it is the holly horse; in India it is the holly cow; in Christians, the lamb of God! Couldn't we all agree to eat goat or fish?
Valle’s emphasis on women and “girl meat” suggests Sexual cannibalism. This is a special case of cannibalism in which a female kills and consumes a male of the same species before, during, or after copulation, and NOT THE OTHER WAY AROUND. Valle had it all wrong. He should have been the eated (by a female) not the eater! This reminds me the movie Eating Raoul (a 1982 black comedy film about a married couple living in Hollywood who resort to killing swingers for their money and end up cooking and eating their locksmith Raoul). The movie was politically correct, even in those early days, and Raoul was an equal opportunity food for both male and female in the movie.
Sexual cannibalism has been observed in arachnids, insects, amphipods, gastropods, copepods, cephalopods, and most families of spiders and scorpions. For a starving female, a courting male's value as food is higher than his value as a potential mate. GO FIGURE! As a result, hungry females are more likely to cannibalize than gorged females. Food for thought!
So please heed my advice:
Stay Away from a Hungry Female, especially a NYPD Cop!