Which is simply more idiocy . You do not prove what Jn. 6 means, including "It is the spirit that quickeneth; the flesh profiteth nothing: the words that I speak unto you, they are spirit, and they are life" (John 6:63) by simply quoting it in isolation and throwing a tantrum when challenged by interpretive texts. One could do the same thing with David plainly declaring water was the blood of men and thus pouring it out unto the Lord, or that John the Baptist was really "this is" Elijah.
The manifest Fact is the rest of Scripture nowhere supports spiritual life being obtained by literally physically eating anything, but by effectually receiving the words of Christ in heart, which are what the NT church in Scripture confirms to be "milk" and "meat" which nourishes and builds up believers.
But why should we waste time with manifestly immature and unreasonable cultic devotees?