Stop wasting time!
By Dave Warwak
Meat-eating is on the rise and we are losing ground everyday by
ignoring the children. A meat-eater is born every ten seconds in the
USA. How many meat-eaters have you converted in the last 10 seconds? How
many in the last 10 days? In the past 10 months? Meanwhile, a meat-eater
is born every 10 seconds in the USA. We are losing. Welfare is no help.
The chicken in the cage will still get its throat slit after being
tortured, confined, and drugged whether in a 15" cage or a 14" cage.
Welfare issues are just delay tactics that distract otherwise productive
activists, which pleases the bad man to no end.
Most corpse-munchers have never heard the word "vegan". I didn't hear
it until I found it on my own after 43 years. I was a fishing guide for
almost 30 years and on the Atkins diet for 5 years. I had no idea I was
responsible for so much death and destruction. Of course, I grew-up in
the Midwest (Williams Bay, Wisconsin) and the indoctrination wall is a
hard one. I only wish vegans were more abrasive and loud so maybe I
would have thought---even if just for a second---what I was doing. Where
is the outrage that society actively hides veganism?
How many news stories did the newspapers run about the millions of
pounds of ground-up butchered corpses recalled on July 2, 2008? The
apathetic corpse-munchers were too busy running stories of July 4th
fireworks, parades and barbeque celebrations, and of course running
their food sale advertisements and venue ads. Hmmm ... can it be vegan
news might put a damper on their corpse-munching fun and advertising
dollars? Capitalism highly refined at whose expense? This is as bad as
You can watch, do nothing or do something as corporate America's
death industries prey on the ignorant masses. Ohhh ... I know, most have
found a nice place with their welfarist foody veganism, after all, diet
is a personal choice.
"Just because you got the monkey off of your back, doesn't mean the
circus has left town" Carlin
Surprisingly, most vegans have little outrage and agree with and
accept the "personal choice" argument and willingly adopt the
"agree-to-disagree" comfortable non-confrontational stance in their
Vegans have valid points to every single argument corpse-munchers
desperately utilize to allow the murder and ingestion of our friends
unimpeded; yet, otherwise productive animal rights activists award
killing-passes when pus-chuggers intentionally obfuscate their "personal
choice" scam. This is an embarrassment and a huge disservice to our
friends and is tantamount to bystanders not intervening in mass murder
taking place within full sight.
The bystander effect is a social psychological phenomenon in which
individuals are less likely to offer help in an emergency situation when
other people are present. The probability of help is inversely
proportional to the number of bystanders. In other words, the greater
the number of bystanders, the less likely it is that any one of them
Does the holocaust corpse-munchers are perpetrating on our friends
upset you enough to go back to school?
"The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read
and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn" Alvin
personal Adjective 1. Pertaining to human beings as distinct from
things. 2. Of or pertaining to a particular person; relating to, or
affecting, an individual, or each of many individuals; peculiar or
proper to private concerns; not public or general; as, personal comfort;
personal desire. 3. Pertaining to the external or bodily appearance;
corporeal; as, personal charms. 4. Done in person; without the
intervention of another. 5. Relating to an individual, his character,
conduct, motives, or private affairs, in an invidious and offensive
manner; as, personal reflections or remarks. 6. Denoting person; as, a
personal + -ly Adverb 1. In a personal manner 2. in person 3.
Concerning oneself. ex: Personally, I think that... 4. As a person. ex:
I like you personally, but as a colleague you are useless.
It is not a "personal choice" when you are eating my friends and you
are ruining my world. When you made your "personal choice" did you ask
the animal if you could confine, torture, and murder him or her? When
you made your "personal choice" did you ask me if I mind all your
pollution and devastation? My tax money subsidizes your "personal
choice". Just because we personally make selfish choices does not make
them "personal choices"
I have heard many vegans (even well-publicized abolitionists) with
the nerve to advise others to adopt a passive, "Veganism is great, you
won't have to sell anyone on it, they'll steal it from you" approach.
Yeah right, corpse-munchers scrambling to be like us because we are so
cool. Corpse-munchers "stealing" veganism? What a joke! It is that
attitude that is responsible for the movement's failure. No revolution
was ever comfortable.
NEWSFLASH: Corpse-munchers don't care about their own children's
health or wellbeing, let alone their own bodies, and have no intention
of changing no matter how fucking cool we think we are. These same
corpse-munching losers desperately want our approval though and can't
stand the notion that they are responsible for murder. I have seen
corpse-munchers (some who you would swear would never change) change
when confronted without filters.
Attitudes change times, not laws or passivity. When people expressed
their disdain for smoking, smoking became ugly and numbers dropped. Just
like people are outraged about cannibalism, people need to get outraged
about anyone ingesting the corpse of any animal---then times will
change---and it won't be because they came running to you. The animals
and Earth can't wait. This is as urgent as can possibly be. Don't buy
into their lazy advice.
Are you in league with corpse-munchers? Are you friends with someone
who has murdered and who further explains they will continue to murder
your friends because it is their "personal choice"? If so, you have been
hoodwinked. Animals are our friends. I am very upset about corpse-munchers
murdering my innocent friends.
Maybe more vegans would object if corpse-munchers were murdering and
wantonly ingesting humans, instead of animals. I guess that means silent
vegans are really speciesists as they do not voice their disdain
explaining, it is not a "personal choice" to murder and munch on humans;
but, it is a "personal choice" to murder and munch on animals.
Why do so many vegans adopt the corpse-munchers' plea for quiet and
remain silent while the selfish gastronomes murder and gnaw on animals?
I have observed corpse-munchers' arguments often run in circles and turn
to ad nauseam. Too, the situation is complex and overwhelming causing
vegans to cave out of peer-pressure, only to find a comfortable form of
cooperative activism that seems achievable. Most vegans support the
absurd notion of "personal choice" and find safety amongst their peers
in their decision to be non-confrontational. Silence is complicity.
"Those who profess to favor freedom and yet depreciate agitation, are
people who want crops without ploughing the ground; they want rain
without thunder and lightning; they want the ocean without the roar of
its many waters" Frederick Douglass
Do something already!
Most vegans celebrate their baby steps (cookbooks, potlucks, and new
cruelty-free products) and can't see the giant foot coming down to crush
them. Earth isn't going to change its course just because foodies have a
100 year plan.
A corpse-muncher is born every ten seconds in the USA. Foodies are
wasting precious time that we can't afford/don't have. Don't get me
wrong, we have a need for the foodies and I love a good vegan pancake as
much as the next guy, but they attract otherwise productive activists
like Pied Pipers with their amazing creations and then while you are
digesting their meal, they cloud your head with passive outlooks that
allow more eating parties unimpeded and less real activism. It's that
absurd notion that if we are cool, they will want to be like us and seek
us out. Silence is complicity.
Passive welfarist non-confrontational vegan foodies are to the AR
movement; as happy-meat is to the corpse-munching world.
Both only make matters worse by finding a way to prolong and justify
Call me crazy, but Socrates had the same view of foodies, "Bad men
live to eat; while good men eat to live"
Getting after our local schools to serve vegan food and incorporate
Humane Education in daily lessons would be a huge step in the right
direction. As I said, corpse-munchers are pumping out the babies every
ten seconds in the USA ... every one of those corpse-munching babies
must go through the school system (minus the few who are home-schooled).
Schools are teaching young impressionable students that animals are ours
to use in anyway and indoctrinating our children into this violent
Humane Education is already on the books in many states; however,
administrators only know the status quo and hate having to do any real
or perceived work/change (restructuring the lunch program, fielding
phone calls and educating the community). These lazy stone-hearted
administrators know a vegan lunch would conflict with their precious
lunch sales (profits of which are often diverted to other budget line
items like inflated administrator salaries).
Humane Education reinforced with a vegan lunch (you can't teach
children to be respectful and turn around 5 minutes later and serve them
ground up animals) will create a generation that saves themselves and
Let's have the foodies invade our local schools with their awesome
foods. Let's get Humane Education in schools.
Good activism attacks the school system---as it is responsible for
the indoctrination/brainwashing we all go through---and is crucial for
long term change. Children are the future and they are right in front of
us. Anytime you tell a child the truth, a seed is planted and they will
change in time. You can't fool kids (unless everyone is in on the lie).
I am calling on all the Rosa Parks out there. Wherever you are,
whatever job you have, be willing to make a stand for what is right
instead of selling out for your next paycheck or out of peer pressure.
Silence is complicity.
Where is the outrage? Where is the genuine care? We are talking about
bottling our outrage - not me! I find it very disturbing that schools
hide veganism from children and promote false dairy industry
advertisements. School administrators have proven they do not care to
change - even when children's lives are at stake.
Welfare only teaches young people that killing is acceptable as long
as we do it nicely. We have seen the videos and know factory farming
could give a shit about cows or ethical treatment. Even if we spend our
lives fighting for welfare laws, in the end, the meat and dairy
industries will do what they want. It is already against the law to drag
cows around with forklifts, yet they do it anyway. Laws are a waste of
time. Attitudes change the times, and then laws follow. Trying to change
the law first rarely works. Attitudes change laws.
I am sick of what is going on and can't go along with, "We're not
ready yet." We will never be ready. Vegans need to start getting uppity
like people did in the sixties. No revolution was ever comfortable.
It is as if we willingly adopt meat-eaters' attitudes that say their
choice is a personal one and children are too young to chose wisely.
This is exactly why we need to speak up for the voiceless, as those in
charge have chosen poorly for our children. Do you remember, the 143
million pound Hallmark Westland Beef Recall? People need to focus more
on the real issues, not on larger cages - it is about priorities.
Welfare misses the mark.
If you lived during slavery, would you spend your life fighting for
abolition or would you spend your life fighting for better living
conditions for slaves? Which strategy do you think the slave-owners
would hope you would choose? Today's animal rights activist---who has
devoted their life toward welfare issues---transplanted in time would
confirm slavery is acceptable as long as it is done a certain way and
would further explain, "Take your time changing, I understand you are
More people need to stand up and say the confinement, torture,
drugging, and murder of innocent creatures is unacceptable and needs to
stop now. Furthermore, stop feeding that crap to children. This attitude
with an AR strategy that focuses on children would bring real change.
Elie Wiesel wrote, "We must always take sides. Neutrality helps the
oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the
We each have only one life to give, so we should choose the highest
ground even if we never get there in our lifetime, at least we will know
we fought for the ultimate goal---an ideal that helped achieve
liberation that much sooner---for if no one rallies for these ideals,
they will never be heard or acted on.
Earth can't wait for welfare changes to heal the damage done. Damage
that might already be too far past the tipping point.
Where are our priorities?
Whatever ... when is the next gathering of like-minded foodies?.
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