The New York Times - The Proper Way to Eat a Pig
Fetishization of the butchery and consumption of emotional, intelligent sentient beings under the guise of enlightened behaviour, all implicitly condoned by the one-sided reportage of The New York Times.
A process of moving from alienation from tangible violence to a direct encounter with it, then an amorally airy glide into sociopathic participation:
“I don’t feel guilty, and I don’t feel bad. It is a pure and intense experience, but it is the most complicated experience you can have in terms of living and dying.”