The Zombie Apocalypse is Old News by Brian Simpson

The idea of zombies, associated with end times and civilizational collapse, is not new, and has an ancient European ancestry. According to research published by Mays et al, “A multidisciplinary study of a burnt and mutilated assemblage of human remains from a deserted Mediaeval village in England,” Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports (2017). DOI: 10.1016/j.jasrep.2017.02.023, dealing with the threat of zombies, corpses raising from the dead, was a common problem.

The way that villagers dealt with this was to decapitate bodies before burial, so that they would not rise from the dead. It sounds a bit grim, but I suppose that is the world that the global elite will be sending us back to, if anything survives the coming nuclear war: http://www.globalresearch.ca/syria-trump-may-just-have-started-world-war-iii/5583998. The problem will be, that potential zombies will so outweigh the living, that dispatching them will be a fulltime job! http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/man-quits-finance-job-become-4958529.
Oh, there won’t be any migrants to import to do the work. 

 

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