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Top 5 Dumbest Things Vegans Say

Updated on November 23, 2019
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Wishes you'd keep your veganism to yourself. If meat is murder, then call me Joe Stalin.

The vegans are the most insufferable persons on the planet. They often lean towards science illiteracy, and logic? Yeah, don't bother. They've all got a terrible diet, unfit for humans, and so, the nutrient deficiencies they develop can cause them to be emotionally unstable.

Large portions of the vegan community are essentially violent left wing extremists, and many of them are also part of antifa domestic terror groups. These are not likeable people. They are often emotionally unstable, and mentally ill. The upshot to veganism is that most vegans recover from the cultish fad, and go on to live healthy lives, eating a diet fit for humans, but only if they cut and run before permanent damage is done.

Talking with a vegan can be maddening. Vegans are prone to making confounding statements which don't reflect the actual world we live in. For instance, if a vegan says they're going to "free the slaves," what they mean is they plan to vandalize some hard working farmer's property. While the list of asinine things a vegan may say is endless, I've thought about this subject a lot, and here are the five which annoy me the most.

1. "Meat is murder"

I start with the phrase we all know and hold dear, "meat is murder", because it is likely everyone has heard this phrase before. And yet all these murderers are not arrested for eating meat, or producing meat for sale at market. Why might that be, I wonder.

The only way language can work is for every specific word to have a specific definition. If you yell "snake!" every time a bunny rabbit hops by, we are not going to be friends. In fact, you won't have many friends, and people will begin to wonder if you aren't a special needs person.

Could it be that meat isn't murder, because the word "murder" has a definition which has nothing at all to do with eating a healthy diet, one which includes meat, and which the human body evolved specifically for? I suspect this is the case.

Oxford English Dictionary defines murder as killing a human being with malice. Because English is the language we speak here where vegans say "meat is murder," I can only conclude vegans are people who dropped out of elementary school.

If a vegan wanted to do less harm to animals, they'd stop buying vegetables shipped from thousands of miles away. Who even knows how many animals are killed in the harvesting of crops, then add to those the numbers killed in the production of petroleum fuels used to ship vegetables thousands of miles, and then add the animals killed by the trucks in transit.

Anyone with logical reasoning skills on a high school graduate level should be able to figure out how the best way to reduce total harm to animals would be to focus the diet on locally produced meat, such as cattle or pork. One slaughtered cow, and one slaughtered pig produce a huge amount of total meals. Then, were one to raise their own chickens, and grow their own gardens, there would then exist actual reduction in harm to animals the likes of which a vegan, were they honest, would only be able to dream of.

The vegan is not interested in least harm principles, as they claim to be. What the vegan is interested in is their violent far left wing extremism, and incessant virtue signals. There's almost nothing in the way of difference between the evangelical vegan and the antifa domestic terrorist. They are often both things at once.

2. "Veganism is about compassion for animals"

Ah vegan compassion, it is something legendary within the vegan community. In my more than five years of experience with trying to understand this veganism, and these vegans in the world, vegan compassion has shown me the common vegan hopes I die of bowel cancer, or heart attack, and that I lose my ability to have an erection before death, and the sooner it all happens, the better.

In fact, there is no such thing as vegan compassion for humans or for animals. When a vegan says they have compassion for animals, what they mean is they do not eat animals. Well, there are more animals I don't eat than I could possibly name. Let me give a couple of examples here. I don't eat coyotes. So I must have compassion for coyotes. I don't eat owls or rats either, so I've got compassion for owls and rats too, right?

So you see, vegan compassion is limited to not eating the animals which humans normally eat for food. This is to say, vegan compassion doesn't exist. It's just some crap vegans say, "veganism is about compassion for animals," which they use to presume to be morally superior to you. Then they wish you cancer and heart attacks, out of compassion, I guess.

3. "The future is vegan"

This is among the dumbest things vegans say. Vegans believe veganism is taking over the world, and their evidence for this is Burger King offering a toxic waste vegan burger. Or maybe it is Olive Garden this week, with a new vegan option on the menu. What that is, is businesses taking dollars from the suckers who call themselves vegans.

Facts are something vegans are typically very allergic to in much the same way vampires are allergic to garlic, sunlight, and wooden stakes through the heart. Economist reports meat eating is rising globally, and so is consumption of dairy. Who am I going to trust on this, people with nutrient deficient brains, incapable of using simple words correctly, or people who follow global trends in economics? It's a really tough choice for me.

Veganism isn't about saving animals. Veganism isn't about saving the environment. Veganism isn't even about having a healthier diet. Veganism is about one thing, and one thing alone -having a fake sense of self righteousness.

Every time a new person goes vegan, it lessens the value of every other vegan's self righteousness. It's like currency with inflation. If everyone went vegan, there would be nothing in the way of novelty about it, and this would destroy everything the individual vegans of today have worked for. I mean it would destroy their make believe righteousness, and using veganism to compensate for having nothing in the way of an original personality. Also, for every animal a vegan doesn't eat, I'm going to eat more meat.

The vegans, having nothing in the way of sound philosophy or scientific understanding chants "the future is vegan," or "the world is going vegan." It's something they chant over and over again, and the premise is, if repeated enough times, the very laws of the universe will bend to their weakened and nutrient deficient wills. Good luck with that, vegans.

4. "Meat eaters have been brainwashed into eating meat!"

Anthropology and evolutionary biology are actual sciences. You know what I'm saying here, gender studies isn't a science at all, but anthropology and evolutionary biology are. You can go to school for gender studies if you like. A great man once said a sucker is born every minute, and today's universities offer lots of options, in exchange for lots of sucker debt, for every neighborhood's idiot.

There is a consensus among anthropologists and evolutionary biologists that eating meat is one of the major things which caused our ancient ancestors to become human beings. The people who think evolutionary biology is wrong, and the earth is six thousand years old, those people have less than a three digit intelligence quotient, and so they're also likely to be vegan.

If you're not smart enough to see an allegory when it is right in front of you, then you're probably not smart enough to comment on the age of the planet. But let me tell you something here, when you die, it doesn't matter what your diet was, you'll be a dead omnivore. Why? Oh, it's only because you were born an omnivore.

Homo sapien is an opportunistic omnivore, prior to Homo sapien there existed a more primitive vegetarian sort of hominid. An opportunistic omnivore is an animal which will take every opportunity given to consume the very best possible foods. So veganism indicates a defective outlook on the world. The laws presented by Darwin tend to sort these things out, so there's no reason to worry much.

No one is brainwashed into eating meat. A human is born to eat meat. If anyone has evidence to show how someone is brainwashed into eating a healthy diet including meat, then I would love to see it. I'm not holding my breath, as there have been studies which show how when the vegan consumes alcohol, they often wind up with chicken nuggets in their mouths.

5. "Eating meat is bad for you"

Yeah, you know what? Last time I went to see a medical doctor, my doctor asked me If I was eating enough meat. So who am I to trust, some bulimic looking vegan woman on the internet who has finally mastered how to copy and paste, or my medical doctor? I'm going with the guy who has some education here.

Currently meat consumption is highest on Earth in Hong Kong, this correlates with a longest on the planet lifespan of eighty four years. Meat consumption in India is lowest among humans, and so is the life expectancy in India, sixty eight years. Correlation isn't causation, as there are a whole lot of factors involved in the health of the complex human body.

Hong Kong is ultra industrialized by capitalism, the prime mover in human improvements, and India is often a place where people don't even have access to, or desire to use modern sanitation. So besides living longer, eating meat correlates to high standards of living at the pinnacle of human development.

Most vegans I've seen use an old report put out by the WHO which stated over consumption of processed meats could increase a body's chances of getting various and sundry cancers. Vegan mentality is rather weak, and so the use of the word "world" in the WHO seems, to them, to mean the WHO is the ultimate authority of health on the planet.

This is not the case. Here in the United States, a citizen has never had a reason to recognize any globalist authority over anything involving our nation, or the health of its peoples. But let me be blunt, only a fool could have ever thought processed meat or any processed food was completely clean of carcinogens. But I'm wondering what vegans will say when they find out sunlight is also a carcinogen.

The sun, a yellow dwarf star, isn't very bright in comparison to other stars, it's rather insignificant in terms of the infinity of the universe, but nothing is of less significance than veganism, and the dumb things vegans say. Thanks for reading.

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    • Wesman Todd Shaw profile imageAUTHOR

      Wesman Todd Shaw 

      2 weeks ago from Kaufman, Texas

      Well thank you very much, Umesh Chandra Bhatt!

      In the United States veganism is associated with the most privileged but dumbest of white people, especially.

      I'm talking about the kind of persons who think the world is dying, and it is their duty to save it. The world isn't dying, and stupid people aren't likely able to even save themselves, much less anything else.

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      Umesh Chandra Bhatt 

      2 weeks ago from Kharghar, Navi Mumbai, India

      Interesting and informative.

    • Wesman Todd Shaw profile imageAUTHOR

      Wesman Todd Shaw 

      2 weeks ago from Kaufman, Texas

      Luis G, I appreciate all the shares.

      I'm sure there are vegans out there who mind their own business and don't say stupid things, like in the article, to people.

      Internet veganism is something else though. What I've seen from vegans on Facebook may haunt me for the rest of my life.

    • Luis G Asuncion profile image

      Luis G Asuncion 

      2 weeks ago from City of San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan, Philippines

      Although I am not a vegan, however, I have some vegan friends. I will share this article to them. Cool.

    • Wesman Todd Shaw profile imageAUTHOR

      Wesman Todd Shaw 

      2 weeks ago from Kaufman, Texas

      Mr. Happy!

      Oh man, I have endless anti-vegan things to say. Sometimes it is very hard to even know where to start, and even harder to know when and where to stop.

      Vegans are as racist as it gets. They do not acknowledge any of that, however, as they are full of fire and fury "for the animals.'

      They don't give a damn about anyone's heritage or culture, and it doesn't mean anything to them at all where that culture is located on a map - if they eat meat, they are WRONG, WRONG WRONG!

      LOLOLOL. It's a big stupid religion, I'm telling you. Half the things they say are basically religious in nature, as there's nothing in the way of logic, proof, etc, to back up those things.

      Like Eskimo and Inuit just shouldn't have ever even existed.

      You realize these people think riding horses is animal abuse too, right? OH MAN. It's like they think humanity shouldn't have ever even existed.

      But driving a car isn't animal abuse, I guess, unless there is leather in the car.

      You've heard of first world problems - problems that don't really exist, except in the head of first world persons of some degree of wealth. That's veganism.

      You can't win an argument with a vegan by using facts. Facts don't matter. Facts are for 'carnists,' as they call us. What an exciting time to be alive! LOLOL

      Yeah meat sells itself because the human body craves it. There's no "brainwashing." All advertising is doing is trying to get you to buy THEIR meat product. The meat itself - it's already been bought, or if it is in the market, it's going to sell itself.

      I'd hit that pemmican. I've never had it, but I'd sure eat it. I'm not especially shy about food.

      You know there is a great big carnivore movement going on as well, it's like the opposite reaction, which logically was bound to happen - the reaction to veganism.

      I think I've gone 5 days on nothing but meat. And I felt absolutely fine, but I wanted some french fries, or I wanted some bread or something.

      I'm going to eat whatever I want and whatever I can afford, that's for sure.

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      Mr. Happy 

      2 weeks ago from Toronto, Canada

      P.S. Had to make a correction lol My pemican was made with moose meat. Often vegans rage about the animals kept in sad conditions on industrial scale farms but they fail to see that some people hunt, or grow animals free-range, on small scale farms. The devil's in the details.

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      Mr. Happy 

      2 weeks ago from Toronto, Canada

      "Who even knows how many animals are killed in the harvesting of crops" - Lots and many more insects. Think of all those grasshopers and other crawlers which live in the grain fields and on plants. We're "murdering" billions upon billions with each harvest.

      You have to check out the term "breatharian" - Please look it up. "Veganism" is old news and they're all wrong. "Breatharian" is the thing now LOL

      Regarding compassion, let's be honest: if I don't eat meat, I'll be cruel to this creature sitting right here, typing this comment. And I do not wish to be cruel to this creature.

      "Vegans believe veganism is taking over the world" - It is taking over the world. It's "their world" though. Like here downtown Toronto, it's full of them and they have their own little restaurants and so on. Leave downtown though and their world becomes very small. Leave the city and their world ends. You don;t expect the Innuit people to grow tomatoes in the snow right? LOL Vegans only survive in tropical areas, or in big cities with 24 hr supermarkets.

      As much as it is true that we're being bombarded with fast-food advertising non-stop (at least here in th is city), we're not really being brainwashed and like You said, we eat meat because we're omnivore creatures. Our teeth show that much. We don't have teeth like cows.

      Eating meat is not bad for me. You know, I made pemican before my long distance hike, in May this past spring and I have about 5 pounds left in the basement. I tried some a few days ago and it is still good: dry meat, dried blueberries, grease and bee polen. I can survive on it alone (no vegetable) and I don't even need a fridge. I love my meat! (But I'm part wolf, it's to be expected.) : )


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