I don't get it.

I don't get it.

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  1. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Think this is real and get excited
    >Remember that in freedom land it is against federal law to sell or slaughter dogs for consumption
    >Mad again

  2. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Lion stalks and murders zebra
    >Vegan: "Ah, nature taking its course"
    >Humans and cattle in an alliance to further the interests of both
    >Vegan: "HOW DARE YOU! THOSE COWS SHOULD BE KILLED BY LIONS!"
    I really wonder who is actually behind the vegetarianism movement sometimes.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >alliance
      Don't sugar coat a turd. We own them.

  3. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    This kind of veganshit doesn't work on people that accept that there is nothing wrong with people eating dogs. It's not a human so it's okay to eat it if you really feel like it.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      It doesn’t work on people who don’t value life based on it being life either. Veganism requires eastern moral structures to function.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Not really. Veganism is built on a lot of anthromorphizing, and like assuming that animal "happiness" even matters. Hell, Human happiness didn't fricking matter for most of our species' history.

  4. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    like most of similiar "campaigns" thats a scam, they just want to drain morons out of resources
    >gimme sum free $, for literally nothing burger
    https://www.patreon.com/elwoodfarms

    plus they literally choose to ignore the fact that some cultures eat dogs, and they have a goddamn dog farms, they even have guts to mention it on page
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dog_meat_consumption_in_South_Korea

    still, its only cool to pretend thats a "dog meat farm" when its fake page by vegans, if you are a real dog farm, other vegans will try very hard to close you down using quite diffrent arguments then that Elwood trash site. But in short that means that vegans are fricking bigots

    then most vegans never tell you that, sometimes they literally to stupid to get it, but "ending meat industry, plus some side production, like eggs or fishing" would make ALL of those "domesticated" species extinct, domesticated pig cant compete with a wild boar, nor there is a free place in the wild for those "poor farm animals"

    THEN most vegans also never tell you that, in the end "stoping meat industry" means nothing, and achieve nothing just by itself and it was just 1 step in a plan. And second step of a plan (that should be a first one, introduced long time ago) is MASSIVE depopulation of humans - yes you can feed way bigger population on onions&greenery, but field areas and sweet water is limited and on decline allready

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Depopulation can only work if people eat meat. Vegans depend on a billions strong economy to eat in the off seasons lol.

      Dog helps man hunt. Both eat cow. This is the least cruel way. Even human extinction is worse because all other predators are worse and will evolve again if you frick grass munching subanimals into a cycle of starvation by killing them off.

      Alternatively transition from natural animals to genetically engineered brainless meat worms and keep the fun going until we create silicon based life.

  5. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's vegan propaganda

    Vegans are not fully developed or properly socialized humans so they lack the ability to understand that not all lifeforms have the same worth or the same relation to human empathy instincts. Therefore they aren't able to understand the difference between slaughtering cattle and slaughtering dogs.

    They will point that they don't understand constantly and try and shove it in your face to try and start the discussion, but it's never any less fundamental

    Humans understand that not all lives are equals.
    Vegans lack the mental capacity to.

    The vegan is also too cowardly to adopt a religion that agrees with their disordered sentiment because they require abstaining from a lot of modern conveniences and pleasures.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      100%. Google it. Right from the website:

      "ELWOOD'S ORGANIC PIG MEAT"
      Does that feel better?
      If so, why do you feel one way about dogs and another way about pigs, an animal that is actually smarter than a dog? (If you're feeling discomfort or reaching for excuses as you read this--it's totally normal. Most people don't want to think about this at all.)
      The truth is, most of the animals you consume are just like dogs in all the ways that matter:
      Cows are social and complex.
      Pigs are gentle with surprising intelligence.
      Chickens are intelligent and sensitive to the welfare of their peers.
      Sheep are peaceful and can pick up emotional cues in humans.
      Throughout history, we humans had to learn to overlook who an animal is––and their capacity to suffer––in order to survive. But we don't have to eat animals anymore.

      They don't get it. A dog is worth more alive than dead. It eats the same food as us and barely produces any meat. A dog is similar to us, not just "social and complex" but in a way that is similar to and compatible with humans. So unless it is a threat to humans, it is worth more alive than dead. We only eat dogs out of desperation.

      No matter how smart a pig is, they are not compatible with us or useful. They are worth more dead than alive.

      And properly functioning empathy does not apply 100% outside of your species. It may apply somewhat if an animal is very, very similar to you on a deeper level than "durr, they have a brain", but not as strongly as it SHOULD to humans. or you are, simply put... defective. one disruption in the globohomosexual industrialized food supply and only people who eat meat will eat at all.

      If you STILL don't get it
      "What's the difference between eating a pig and eating a human if they're both humanely slaughtered"
      OHHH now you get it? The natural order? You are an animal? The ideal, most efficient and productive behaviors should be hardcoded into you?

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        >What's the difference between eating a pig and eating a human if they're both humanely slaughtered

        Vegans will argue that humans and pigs both want eternal life while completely missing the point that humans are more valuable than pigs.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Pic.
          Isn't literally every living thing 'born to die'?

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        these are real in korea, so i dont get it

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      But humans DO eat dogs.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        that's what you want to make us do, you devil

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        When given no other options and an excess of dogs. We already feed dogs to other dogs.

        Mind that you may define human too broadly.

        [...]
        Not a vegan but people who get this defensive over their right to eat meat and start going on tirades about how they're the superior lifeform and should have the right to do anything the want to any animal seem kinda sociopathic to me. They're probably the same kind of people who justify beating their kids by saying "a parent always knows better, kids should always obey their parent etc. etc." When I read posts like this I just feel like I'm reading the thoughts of someone who gets off on having control over the weak, idolizes it and cultivates entire ideologies based on it. I wouldn't wanna trust my life into your guys' hands tbqh

        If any vegan tried to guilt trip me I'd juet be honest and say I was conditioned to eat meat since my childhood and I don't feel like it's necessqry for me to change unless any species I' eating are endangered. Not this self-righteous sociopathic stuff about might makes right.

        Sociopathy towards animals is a normal and beneficial trait.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      100%. Google it. Right from the website:

      "ELWOOD'S ORGANIC PIG MEAT"
      Does that feel better?
      If so, why do you feel one way about dogs and another way about pigs, an animal that is actually smarter than a dog? (If you're feeling discomfort or reaching for excuses as you read this--it's totally normal. Most people don't want to think about this at all.)
      The truth is, most of the animals you consume are just like dogs in all the ways that matter:
      Cows are social and complex.
      Pigs are gentle with surprising intelligence.
      Chickens are intelligent and sensitive to the welfare of their peers.
      Sheep are peaceful and can pick up emotional cues in humans.
      Throughout history, we humans had to learn to overlook who an animal is––and their capacity to suffer––in order to survive. But we don't have to eat animals anymore.

      They don't get it. A dog is worth more alive than dead. It eats the same food as us and barely produces any meat. A dog is similar to us, not just "social and complex" but in a way that is similar to and compatible with humans. So unless it is a threat to humans, it is worth more alive than dead. We only eat dogs out of desperation.

      No matter how smart a pig is, they are not compatible with us or useful. They are worth more dead than alive.

      And properly functioning empathy does not apply 100% outside of your species. It may apply somewhat if an animal is very, very similar to you on a deeper level than "durr, they have a brain", but not as strongly as it SHOULD to humans. or you are, simply put... defective. one disruption in the globohomosexual industrialized food supply and only people who eat meat will eat at all.

      If you STILL don't get it
      "What's the difference between eating a pig and eating a human if they're both humanely slaughtered"
      OHHH now you get it? The natural order? You are an animal? The ideal, most efficient and productive behaviors should be hardcoded into you?

      Not a vegan but people who get this defensive over their right to eat meat and start going on tirades about how they're the superior lifeform and should have the right to do anything the want to any animal seem kinda sociopathic to me. They're probably the same kind of people who justify beating their kids by saying "a parent always knows better, kids should always obey their parent etc. etc." When I read posts like this I just feel like I'm reading the thoughts of someone who gets off on having control over the weak, idolizes it and cultivates entire ideologies based on it. I wouldn't wanna trust my life into your guys' hands tbqh

      If any vegan tried to guilt trip me I'd juet be honest and say I was conditioned to eat meat since my childhood and I don't feel like it's necessqry for me to change unless any species I' eating are endangered. Not this self-righteous sociopathic stuff about might makes right.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Well said, being extreme when discussing an issue (no matter which side that person is on) shows mental instability and close mindedness. Which as you point out is a good foundation to sociopathy and mental illness.

  6. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    You vill eat ze bugs und you vill be happy.

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