WATCH: Vegans Have Themselves Branded, Beaten in Hopes You'll Stop Eating Meat
People who refuse bacon on some kind of moral principle are a little weird. Okay, maybe that's not fair. I actually respect people standing on principles so long as their principles aren't annoying or interfering with my principles. Which I can't really say about the following video, wherein vegan activists take their protein-deprived ways into full S&M behavior, having themselves branded and beaten before going home to eat chickpeas. VIDEO IS DISTURBING AND ALSO KIND OF FUNNY. BE WARNED ALL YE MEAT-EATERS WITH PERSONALITIES.
Am I watching a NXIVM documentary? https://t.co/ZdFLn8t4S8— Potential Future NoKo Dictator Michael Knowles (@Potential Future NoKo Dictator Michael Knowles) 1560298162.0
What you just saw were men and mostly women in scantily clad clothes, destroying their own bodies so you drop the bacon burger with guac. What you just saw were men and mostly women in their bras and panties having themselves branded with hot irons so that tonight, you don't have that steak with a cabernet.
So lemme ask you, meat-eater wondering what pairs best with pork chops, a glass of white wine or an IPA, was your mind changed? Did you watch the video above and think "Oh gosh. I was going to smoke a brisket over the weekend, but now I'm totes getting soy burgers." When you're out grocery shopping tomorrow, are you going to look at the top round roast and think, "Nah, because that chick with probably some daddy issues had chains on her as she was held down to receive the hot iron, and I can't have my cows treated like insane chicks who need hugs."
Right, because people who eat meat understand that meat is raised to be eaten. The purpose of a cow is to provide for human beings. Humans are not cows, cows are not humans, no matter what we say about Tess Holliday. So the vegan display here didn't sway me one way or the other on my meat consumption. But it did confirm what I already thought about vegan activists. For more vegan insanity, check out Famous Anti-Meat Vegan Who Climbed Mt. Everest? Yep, She Died and WATCH: Vegans are Upset Over Hyundai Super Bowl Ad. Hyundai's Response is Perfect.