Bigfoot and Personhood
This episode delves in to personhood. Here’s a definition:
Personhood is the status of being a person. Defining personhood is a controversial topic in philosophy and law and is closely tied with legal and political concepts of citizenship, equality, and liberty. According to law, only a natural person or legal personality has rights, protections, privileges, responsibilities, and legal liability.
Lawyers and animal rights activists are busy trying to push through personhood rights for non-human animals. I say ‘non-human’ animals because humans are part of the Animalia Kingdom according to scientific classification. In 2015 animal personhood lawyers made a great leap with their agenda:
In 2015, for the first time in world history, two chimpanzees, Hercules and Leo, were determined to be “legal persons” by being granted a writ of habeas corpus. This means their detainer, Stony Brook University, must provide a legally sufficient reason for their imprisonment. This was reversed shortly thereafter.
Habeas corpus is a legal recourse where people can report an unlawful detention or imprisonment before a court. Even though it was overturned in 2015 this was still a great breakthrough for animal personhood activists. They’ll be patient and methodically work until they reach their goals. They eventually want to do away with zoos. Most people in the early 21st century aren’t even aware of this movement and it’s ramifications.
In this episode the Mark Anders Channel ponders personhood for Bigfoot and it’s potential consequences. It could mean driver’s licenses for Bigfoot as well as dating issues.
Mark Anders BIGFOOT NEW YORK FEMALE BIGFOOT HUGE
Harry Callahan: “Now, this is clearly a female Bigfoot from upstate New York but we don’t know exactly where this is in New York.”
Paul Kersey: ” Yo, Roseboom State Forest.”
Harry Callahan: “But exactly where in Roseboom because this is what they call a habituation site and people are not sharing the exact location of Bigfoot.”
Paul Kersey: “They’re trying to protect Bigfoot.”
Harry Callahan: “Are they being selfish though?”
Paul Kersey: ” Well, it could be one in the same but don’t you want to protect something like that?”
Harry Callahan: “I certainly do but we’ve been doing a lot episodes on female Bigfoot and it’s influence on popular culture and just look at the back side in this just the overall powerlifting structure of this and that’s what a lot of women are trying to look like these days with the Thick Fit movement.”
Paul Kersey: “Yes the Thick Fit movement is definitely an influence coming directly from the female Bigfoot.”
Harry Callahan: “Now. if you look at this image there’s a very human looking aspect of this we’ve already talked about how they’re planning on getting Bigfoot personhood just like chimpanzees are getting personhood.”
Paul Kersey: “So Bigfoot becomes mainstream. It becomes your neighbor. This is someone you’re dating, this female Bigfoot?”
Harry Callahan: “Well, is definitely already becoming a cultural influence but is this a realistic body image for women?”
Paul Kersey: “Its definitely not. Earlier on Barbie influenced young girls.”
Harry Callahan: “And what did that cause?
Paul Kersey: “It caused eating disorders.”
Harry Callahan: “Bulimia and anorexia. That’s women but men aren’t particularly influenced by body image disorders.”
Paul Kersey: ” Hold on a minute. He-Man. They don’t talk a lot about it but there’s a big influence there.”
Harry Callahan: “Okay, the TV series He-Man but- Okay, you know what? I’ve just been thinking. You’ve got stuff like the Hulk, the Avengers…you’ve got Thor. You’ve got wolverine. Superman. And all the action figures.
Paul Kersey: “Look at all these guys injecting steroids. Look at all these guys injecting synthol. I mean, come on!”
Harry Callahan: “Insulin and and lifting weights like crazy and are people going to be so influenced by this female Bigfoot that is so unrealistic that there’s just no way to emulate this ?”
Paul Kersey: “I don’t think there’s ant way to stop it. The influences is there and when they get personhood it’s just going to be mainstream.”
Harry Callahan: “Women are already squatching out their backsides. We’ve already done reports on how they’re getting silicone surgery and dying from it getting bigger real ends.”
Paul Kersey: “Absolutely. People are changing genders. Becoming female Bigfoot or male Bigfoot… that’s not out of the realm of possibilities.”
Harry Callahan: “So, you might have a guy that wants to turn into female Bigfoot? How are they going to deal with the fur and stuff like that?”
Paul Kersey: “Genetic engineering!”
Harry Callahan: They’re going to have to change their DNA and get a sagittal crest on their head?”
Paul Kersey: “That’s going to become the norm.”
Harry Callahan: “Oh, God.”