The Vegans Vs. Meat Eaters wars between famous YouTube fitness clowns are getting intense. I’ve watched small segments of a few video battles, and all I can say is this:
Today, vegans and meat eaters are both unethical. So, please, shut up, bozos! Have some sense of modesty. Neither of the groups is superior.
Many humans treat animals like soulless matter. Animals are tortured, abused and killed so that we can have food, leather wallets, shoes, watch bands, pants, belts, strings for musical instruments, shaving brushes and many other things.
The abuse has reached epic proportions. The video material revealing how animals “live” prior to their death in slaughterhouses represents one of the most depressing imageries that you could ever see in your life. Therefore, it’s only natural for people who are not psychopaths to feel guilty that their future meals and clothes have to go through hell so that we can continue to watch TV and kill each other.
I understand those beliefs. I have passed through the same angry phase a couple of times. I no longer eat some animal products although I don’t think that has changed the world. I do it for selfish reasons. I want my little human soul to fall asleep a little easier at night.
Yet I am not going to tell you that meat is bad for you because I simply don’t believe that’s true. Meat contains many nutritional elements and blows grass (vegan products) out of the water every single time. You can choose to debate this, but first, ask yourself this – why is quality meat always more expensive than carbs? Because carbs are cheaper to gather/produce and have a lower nutritional value. Meat has once been alive and is closer to our genetic structure. Plants and waffles are not.
I also don’t buy the claims that animal products are behind cancer. I am not saying that they can’t contribute, especially if the meat is of poor quality and has spent most of its existence in contaminated warehouses. However, you have to be a complete idiot to believe that you can make yourself cancer-proofed if you don’t eat meat. The truth is that you can get sick with or without animal products in your diet. I personally know really old people who have been eating meat throughout their entire lives and haven’t died from cancer.
When it comes to cancer, you can never be sure. For example, my grandmother died at a relatively young age from liver cancer without knowing what alcohol is.
The propaganda idiots can’t buy me with their stupid studies. I simply don’t care what the studies say. There are so many of them that you can always find one that supports your position. Meat is a natural food, and the fact that we treat animals like garbage does not change this fact. Humans have survived for so long precisely thanks to meat eating.
At the risk of repeating myself, I will say once again that I don’t approve the immense disrespect towards animals that has been tolerated for far too long by us and the cruel food industry. It’s disgusting and shows that humans think that this world belongs to them. We may be intellectually superior to animals, but our minds can sometimes be a million times sicker.
Today, the only meat I eat is fish. It suffers slightly less compared to other animals, and it is not a mammal.
The number of hypocrites among vegans is as high as Everest. Here’s the truth, banana eaters. The vegan movement exists thanks to the so-called “free market”, corporate fascism and modern day slavery. That’s how you get those bananas in places where only YETI lookalikes can live.
What most vegans forget or completely ignore is that very often their bananas are stolen from third world countries. Yes, you are reading that correctly. Your “pure” organic bananas are taken from poor people.
Many third world countries export all kinds of resources (e.g., food, gold, silver, coal…etc.) for pennies to bigger states with better standing armies. The local politicians take massive bribes and allow domestic and foreign corporations to take full control of the natural resources. This is one of the biggest thefts. The same system applies to your “bananas” and barley.
The next time you eat your precious “ethical” nuts, I want you to look at each one of them and stab your fingers with a needle ten times in order to stimulate what it takes to pick a single unit from a tree and prepare it for the mouths of the consumers.
You know who does that for you? Animals called humans.
Vegans call themselves ethical, but where are the ethics in exploiting poor people?
Can you enjoy your food knowing that it has been stolen from the hungry population of another country and processed by people receiving minimal wages?
Would you still call yourself ethical and good just because you don’t eat meat?
Another important element that has made vegans’ lives possible is technology which screws the planet in a whole new way.
How do you think those products reach your country?
It happens with the help of airplanes and trucks which use an ocean of fuel. Without those inventions, there will be no vegans today. You can’t eat grass all day. Sorry, but you are not a cow.
When I make this statement, vegans usually respond by saying that their food religion is a representation of the human evolution. Here’s what they claim: “We were originally meat eaters. Then, we developed modern equipment allowing us to live on fruits and vegetables.”
I’ve even heard from some vegans that the next step in our evolution is to eliminate plant based food too and live on solar power only. Nice try, call me when that happens. I am sorry, but I don’t think humans are built for photosynthesis. Besides, how will countries with insufficient sun exposure exist? How do you plan to export solar energy?
Honestly, I don’t see veganism as a form of evolution. It’s simply a trend with some good sides to it. I also agree that we should limit animal products. There are many soulless bastards who skin animals alive only to make a pair of cheap boots. Obviously, this is a form of mental sickness.
However, there is also another point of view. The synthetic stuff is derived from petroleum oil and natural gas. The extraction and production of those can actually wreak havoc on the entire planet. More importantly, millions of people have died in the never-ending oil wars. Therefore, even if you are a synthetic guy – you are still technically supporting something unethical.
The third law of Newton says: “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.” In other words, life on this dualistic planet requires the death of living things.
It’s like gravity – inevitable. Every escape is nothing but a mirage. What we can try to do, however, is damage control.