July 24, 2019
Not the heroes we need, but the heroes we deserve
Fun fact: Picking up dead animals from the side of the road and just eating them raw is still healthier than going vegan.
Two pro-meat protesters have been fined after eating raw squirrels at a food market.
Deonisy Khlebnikov, 22, and Gatis Lagzdins, 29, ate the still fur-covered dead animals in front of members of the public, including young children, outside a vegan stall in Soho, the West End of London.
Keep in mind – these are the same people who think small children twerking at faggot parades surrounded by naked freaks is healthy and wholesome.
But eat some raw meat in public and everyone starts oy-veying.
The pair were asked to stop by onlookers, including the parent of an upset child, but continued their protest at the Soho vegan food market in Rupert Street on 30 March, the Crown Prosecution Service said.
Shoulda used that as an educational moment.
“That may look very disgusting son but remember, but it’s still healthier than being a vegan.”
They were found guilty of a public order offence at City of London magistrates court on Monday.
Natalie Clines, a senior CPS prosecutor, said: “Deonisy Khlebnikov and Gatis Lagzdins claimed they were against veganism and were raising awareness about the dangers of not eating meat when they publicly consumed raw squirrels.
“But by choosing to do this outside a vegan food stall and continuing with their disgusting and unnecessary behaviour despite requests to stop, including from a parent whose child was upset by their actions, the prosecution was able to demonstrate that they had planned and intended to cause distress to the public.
“Their premeditated actions caused significant distress to members of the public, including young children.”
You know what else causes significant distress to young children?
All those Pakis who are gang-raping them and that you’re covering for, you useless whore.
And why were they even arrested in the first place?
You can not like what they’re doing, and think it’s disgusting and that it’s unhealthy, but there is absolutely nothing illegal in what they did (in a sane country, anyway).
You know, I’ve been looking into this carnivore diet thing recently, and it turns out it’s not really the flip side of veganism at all, but an actual healthy diet.
I don’t base this on testimonials or JewTube vids or anything, I just looked at what people on this diet eat on a regular basis, then I looked up the nutritional values of each food, and yes, you can get all the nutrients you need from eating just meat and seafood.
The problem with the diet is that it’s impractical, because you have to eat entirely or almost entirely high-quality meat (grass-fed, free-range) and most people don’t really have access to that for various reasons.
The carnivores’ main arguments all come down to basically:
- Bioavailability – that nutrients in animal products are better absorbed by the body from meat sources than from plant sources
- Antinutrients – that plants secrete certain chemicals designed as essentially natural pesticides (to protect themselves from bugs and stuff), and getting too much of those in your body can make you sick, and
- That you can obtain every single nutrient you need from eating nothing else, without supplements, which you can’t do with a plant-based diet
All these 3 points are objectively true.
The raw carnivore thing, I think, really is a backlash to veganism, based just on how many of these people are ex-vegans (including the squirrelvore mentioned above) who had their health destroyed by this insane cult, and this is basically their payback.
Even most carnivores don’t really claim that eating meat raw is healthier than cooking it, although it’s usually more nuanced based on what type of meat it is, how you cook it, etc.
I’ve been listening to a lot of videos from former vegans lately, and the stories are completely insane (and hilarious) – people who literally don’t quit this crap until they’re one step away from death, or almost kill their children – when they finally get out they’re very angry, so it’s understandable.
Eating raw meat isn’t really as dangerous as most people think – there’s plenty of people who eat it all around the world, and almost every country has at least a few traditional dishes based on it – but it’s still a risk that seems pointless to me on a regular basis.
I don’t think going full carnivore is practical or necessary to be healthy for most people, but I do think you should try to eat more animal products and fish than you already are, and with a much greater focus on the quality.