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Vegans talk about veganism too much!

August 31, 2016

I talk about veganism all the time, to those who want to hear it and to those who plainly do not. I do it because 2000 animals a second are dying brutally in abattoirs all over the world, for no good reason at all. I do it because justice for defenceless beings demands it. I do it because I want a less violent and more peaceful world. I do it because animal farming is so unsustainable that it is destroying the planet we are all supposed to be living upon. I do it because the wastefulness of the whole animal farming system means many of my fellow humans cannot eat at all, and 40,000 children a day die of hunger. Vegans do not talk about veganism enough.

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Upon occasion, this vegan takes forays into the murky inner city of the land of the unrepentant omnivore. A fascinating travail it is, too. I found a guy who thought humans having incisors and canines “proves” we are “carnivores”.

Evidently he had never heard of pandas, nor molars. Nor had he presumably tried to tear into a whole animal using nothing but his puny, blunt front teeth. It would seem that the human mouth has actually evolved to suit a civilisation with a vast array of kitchenware.

I’d like to say this extraordinary opine struck me as unique, but I’ve heard it all before – including this other thought, expressed by someone within the same comment thread: vegans are annoying because they “bring veganism into everything.” In other words, it’s fine for people to be vegan, as long as they don’t throw it in other people’s faces. I wonder if that individual has…

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