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All you need to know about the Leftist mentality and its view of human nature.

Washington residents could become the first people in the nation who could decide to become “human compost” after they die. A bill allowing two new technologies for the disposal of human remains, natural organic reduction and alkaline hydrolysis, were easily passed Wednesday by the Senate.

The bill “may change the world,” said bill sponsor Sen. Jamie Pedersen, D-Seattle,, adding that Washington could be a leader in environmentally friendly alternatives to traditional burial practices.

“What I think is remarkable is that this universal, human experience of death remains almost untouched by technology,” Pedersen said. “In fact, the only two methods for disposition of human remains that are authorized in our statutes have been with us for thousands of years: burying a body or burning a body.”

This is what they think of humanity.