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Discovery Channel Teams Up with Dr. Schlozman to Peddle Zombie Apocalypse Fears

Well, this is truly a disheartening example of media pandering:

Discovery Channel has ordered the documentary special Zombie Apocalypse, which examines whether a walking dead-style invasion is actually possible and introduces a quartet of people from various backgrounds who are readying themselves, just in case.

Sigh…

Really, Discovery Channel? You’re pushing Living Supremacism on an unsuspecting public in the guise of edu-tainment? Since when was hatred and ignorance considered ‘educational’?

Speaking of individuals abusing the educational process, look who’s on board with this project:

Moreover, the special claims a zombie-like pandemic is possible, though obviously without actually making the dead rise from their graves. “The most likely ideology for a zombie pandemic would be a viral outbreak, a mutated contagion most likely a virus,” says Dr. Steven Scholzman(sic) of Harvard Medical School. “Viruses are fascinating organisms and would be very effective at changing us into something approaching the zombies … They use our DNA they rely on us to spread themselves, so it fits right into the model of zombie pandemic.”

Yes, it’s our old Harvard nemesis, Dr. Steven Schlozman also the author of ‘The Zombie Autopsies: Secret Notebooks from the Apocalypse‘, who therefore has a considerable financial stake in promoting Anti-Zombie intolerance.

It might be good to note that, EW.

(Of course it might also be good to spell his name correctly. Hint hint).

The special will air on December 18th, on the Discovery Channel, for those who are interested in watching the cable network’s slow decline.


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