For the good of the planet, California socialists/communists will be composting Grandma and Grandpa. No more using up valuable land for burial or using “dwindle natural gas resources” to fire up the cremation equipment. As a bonus, we will be able to recycle all the marble currently being as headstones to build pyramids for the elites.
No doubt some California entrepreneur will bag the remains and sell them as garden additives to enrich the soil.
Of course, Planned Parenthood will not be part of this process because there is far too much money to be made selling aborted baby parts to research companies.
It will be interesting when the worldwide famine hits to see if the communists resort to operation “Soylent Green” to control the planet’s population.
Remember, evil works in incremental steps!
Human remains can legally be used as compost in 2027 in California.
- The state of California will allow for human composting in 2027 under a new bill signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Sunday.
- The law, Assembly Bill 351 by Assembly member Cristina Garcia (D-Bell Gardens), allows California to offer an “alternative burial method” known as human composting.
- Human composting will be facilitated by a state regulatory process that is in place for natural organic reduction where human remains will naturally decompose over 30-45 days.
- This legislation’s supporters called it an eco-friendly alternative to other end-of-life options such as cremation, which was called an “energy-intense” process that produces carbon dioxide.
HOW THE PROCESS WORKS:
- Those who opt for human composting will be placed in a steel vessel and buried in wood chips, alfalfa, and other biodegradable materials.
- After the human remains have decomposed, the now dense soil created by the process can then either be returned to families or donated to conservation land.
- California will be the fifth state in the union to allow human composting, along with Washington, Colorado, Oregon, and Vermont.
- Washington legalized the practice in 2019, but not without intense backlash from citizens who reportedly expressed disgust at the practice.
- “I think the vision they have is that you throw Grandpa out in the backyard with food scraps,” said state Sen. Jamie Pedersen, a Seattle Democrat. The lawmaker called it a “very natural process” and said it would save the land from being used up by cremation plots and headstones.
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