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This is What a Vegan Hunter Would Look Like

You should stop eating animals because animals have nervous systems and plants don’t. Yeah.

You see, animals developed nervous systems so that they could respond to the environment. An important feature of those nervous systems is the ability to feel pain and experience fear. Pain and fear let you make super fast decisions in order to escape danger and to take on massive amounts of college debt.

Plants aren’t alive — they’re like tall green rocks — and they have no rights. Plants didn’t evolve any systems that enable them to survive in a world full of animals. They didn’t develop chemicals that make them taste bitter so animals don’t eat them. They didn’t develop the ability to produce fruit so that animals eat the fruit instead of the plant. Nah, all that stuff is just put there by governments, probably as a form of welfare for bears or something.

So, what that means is plants have privilege. Yeah. Plant privilege. As you know, anything that has privilege needs to pay up. So, you’ve got to lay off the animals and eat some mother-trucking plants. They’ve had it too good for too long, just standing around growing like they’ve got no worries in the world. They make us sick.

Here’s The Vegan Bowhunter with some veggie hunting action that’s sure to inspire.

~ Liberty Video News


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