CNN Host Reza Aslan Engages in Cannibalism on Camera (VIDEO)

If you’ve thought that nothing can beat Bear Gryll’s urine drinking extravaganza, just wait until you take a load of this: Reza Aslan who is a CNN presenter for the network’s Believer with Reza Aslan just engaged in cannibalism live on camera.

In case you’re wondering what I am talking about, consider this: In the latest episode of the Believer series, probably looking to boost the network’s failing ratings, Reza Aslan chose to do a show with a very obscure India based Hindu sect, Aghori respectively, a sect which has something like 100 members in a country with over one billion people.

But Aghori’s power doesn’t reside in numbers, but in its cannibalistic practices. This tiny and extremely cute sect still practices cannibalism, and for some strange reason, Reza Aslan chose to focus on these weirdos, provoking a furious backlash by American Hindus and common-sense people from all over the world who do not understand why one should praise cannibalism in 2017.

This dude Reza Aslan just had his 15 minutes of fame as a global deplorable, as he first drank an alcoholic beverage from a human skull before savoring a juicy piece of human brain.

I bet Father Satan was very proud of his apprentice, but folks in America like Tulsi Gabbard, a Hindu Congress woman were not that thrilled. She tweeted:

‘I am very disturbed that CNN is using its power and influence to increase people’s misunderstanding and fear of Hinduism.’ 

It’s interesting to see how low these guys can go, I mean what’s next? Human sacrifice live?

“Aslan apparently sought to find sensationalist and absurd ways to portray Hinduism. Aslan and CNN didn’t just throw a harsh light on a sect of wandering ascetics to create shocking visuals – as if touring a zoo – but repeated false stereotypes about caste, karma and reincarnation that Hindus have been combating tirelessly,”

continued Tulsi Gabbard.

Reza Aslan is an Iranian born scholar and by now certified cannibal, who met the Aghori in Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh, India, where he was anointed with the ashes of a cremated dead guy smeared on his face.

In a funnier note, the so called guru of the Aghori sect got pissed by Aslan’s incessant talking and at some point he said out loud what all Americans felt at least once while watching CNN’s anchors:

‘I will cut your head off if you keep talking so much.’

To add insult to injury, the guru started eating his own feces and then threw it vigorously at Aslan who squeaked:

‘I feel like this may have been a mistake.’

So true!

 

Source: Daily Mail