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The Anti-Vegan's Hypocrisy Dilemma
It's a recurring theme in anti-vegan activists' arguments: "You vegans don't accomplish anything being vegan, everyone else still eats meat and animal products; you should instead fight to improve living conditions and slaughter methods. You can't make everyone go vegan," and on and on with the discouraging BS.
They claim to want less cruel farming and slaughter practices, which requires decreasing consumption, to lessen demand, lessen crowding, confinement, and abuse of these animals considered only food by people addicted to such things.
Decreasing demand for animal foods is what vegans do best, and others joining us only makes things better and better for the people who say they want less cruel farming practices. And yet these people continually, obsessively, angrily fight against veganism online and probably elsewhere, condemning, warning of health risks that we don't experience, insulting, cursing, and so on, snidely and aggressively.
So, they want less demand, resulting in so-called "more humane" conditions which will allow for more of them to get "grass fed" organic meat and so forth because smaller farmers will be more able to stay small, and big conglomerate factory farms would have a harder and harder time selling their products, bringing more success to the smaller farmers, which the anti-vegan activists claim to want.
Yet they fight against veganism tooth and nail. Makes you wonder. Just who are these people continually online going from vegan videos to vegan forums endlessly repeating the same old repertoire of arguments meant to scare people away from going vegan or to get them back on animal products thinking they're in for serious health problems down the line if they don't.
While no one is trying to force THEM to go vegan, they don't want ANYONE ELSE going vegan either. Now, why would that be exactly? Their being in the animal agriculture business is one explanation, or in some line of business dependent on meat sales, like restaurants an such. There we have the source of most of the convoluted, fabricated arguments used by all of them.
But those not dependent on meat sales are whole other level of emotion: They cannot handle even the thought of there possibly being a majority of vegans someday, because they so love the taste of meat/eggs/dairy and they feel guilt for it even if its deeply buried guilt.
The only thing excusing their partaking in these products of extreme, sadistic, shameful cruelty against innocent, helpless, lovable animals is that EVERYBODY does it and rationalizes it by saying they cannot live without the stuff. "It's a matter of survival, I cannot help it, I must do it!" So the guilt is erased. Then a damn vegan shows up and ruins it all for them.
That's a main reason why healthy vegans speaking out and encouraging others to join us is so bitterly and cruelly fought against. We're living proof that all their arguments have not a leg to stand on when really examined. Every bit of their evidence is weak, cruel, dishonest, or only telling part of the story, as when they say CoQ10 can only be obtained from beef, while spinach, broccoli, peanuts, wheat germ and whole grains contain plenty of CoQ10, so then they vilify those sources as destructive non-foods.
And when they condemn vegans for taking B12 supplement, while their use of several supplements like magnesium pills for severe constipation on "paleo" low-carb, high fat meat diets is kept quiet, and they're said to be "natural" eating like cavemen, while vegans are condemned for being "unnatural" for taking B12. And look inside an animal farm and slaughterhouse, some more things considered "natural" by these people.
It's all wrong for them to be doing this, yet they continue. For so-called hunters and people who want organic animal products from small farms, vegans only help your situations, better than anyone else can. With 7 billion people, the more that are vegan, the more possible and sustainable your lifestyle becomes.
So you should not be opposed to others going vegan and speaking about it. It's insane for you all to fight us, really. If our statements about why eating animals is wrong bother you, either ignore us or better yet do some soul-searching and make some changes.
My advice to vegan animal activists or those considering it: Always get to the bottom of things, don't let anyone deceive you with self-serving misinformation.
Thanks for watching.