Another tasty morsel from our friends at the Federalist.
There is a strong correlation between veganism and progressivism. Yet, as we keep seeing reinforced, if anyone in the progressive milieu strays from any part of the Official Doctrine of Woke, he will be ruthlessly hounded out of the left to join the politically homeless. Will the vegans eat bugs, or will they face the wrath of the left?
I’m a “live-and-let-live” kind of guy, but many of the vegans I have known aren’t. As good progressives, they have discovered a “better” way of life and believe you should adopt it too. This is consistent with leftists’ view that they know what is best for everyone. They use protest, harangue, and government power to try to shove their way of life up our patooties.
Well, I’m not going along. Here are 13 reasons.
Follows, the list, which begins with the obvious pick—bacon, of course—and continues on from there to include several items you probably wouldn’t expect, before closing out thusly:
Hard-Core Vegans’ Typical Snotty Attitude. Once I was served a meal by a vegan couple. Their meal, if I can recall, consisted of tofu with bird seed, with a side of another kind of bird seed, and dessert consisting of bird seed with a carob sauce. The cocktails sported bird seed. I think some sort of tasteless bean was also served.
We also enjoyed a stern lecture about the horrific consequences of eating meat and dairy and the environmental damage caused by ranching and farming. Typically, when I invite someone to dinner, I don’t use it as an opportunity to pontificate.
We decided to reciprocate, and put up a spectacular vegetarian meal because we didn’t know the difference. The vegan wife refused to eat anything because we used butter, cheese, and God-knows-what as ingredients, and she couldn’t risk instant death. The husband was a bit more gracious, ate some of our offerings, and pushed the food around a little so it looked like something was happening.
These people, whom I imagine grew up eating bacon, eggs, and cheeseburgers, were so locked in their ideology that they were incapable of appreciating our innocently clumsy gesture and graciously dining anyway. This was after we indulged in their avian offering without complaint.
The title alone tells you this piece is going to be a lot of fun, and that it certainly is.
There are vegetarians and there are vegans.
My late uncle was a vegetarian. It was because he had difficulty digesting meat. He was a hunter, and an extraordinary one. He killed bear with bow and arrow for example, and later in life thought it more fair if he did so with no other weapons, no sidearm present. He fed half the poor in the small NC town he was from. He took the deer/other animals and paid for the butchering then gave the meat to the needy.
Then there are vegans. Also known as scum. They seem to think they can decide what everyone else eats. When soylent green becomes a real thing I nominate them as first.
No, because they probably also got the clot shots and that spoils the meat.
Well, true. Perhaps we can use them to feed the stock. No, still contaminated.
Perhaps as fertilizer.