A lot of vegans supplement meat with soy. Soy comes from a plant. These soybeans are then imported from their natural environment (probably pumped with pesticides and gmo’d) to an environment where it may not have any natural predators (risking becoming an invasive species). After dozens of acres have been flattened to provide sufficient farmland, they’re planted and will be grown year-long as opposed to their natural grow-cycles (because they’ve been modified to grow yearlong and resist environmental factors which will slow or prevent growth and fruition).
You also have faux fur and faux leather which are both derived from petroleum. They also take much longer to decay and rot than leather ever will, let alone ever provide any meals. They also provide a fraction of the insulating and heat-regulating properties of actual leather.
Then there’s the fact that almost everything you use, day to day, “exploits animals” in some way, from glue to shampoo to medicines and many more.
Then you have these fucking maniac vegans that say the whole world should be vegan, not realizing the amount of farmland that’d take would obliterate natural ecologies and environments, ultimately leading to extinction of most life on the planet.
In nature, all beings compete and consume or “exploit” others in some way, yet this action perpetuates life as we know it; animals that are killed and eaten by top predatrs provide meals for insects, shelter for birds (furs for nests), feed “lesser” scavengers and provides nutrients to the local environment.
veganism accomplishes none of these things and it’s destructive to all of the above.
This has some interesting points! ☺️ May I ask you for their sources?
I really don’t wanna but sure
(written by a veganfag)
That which I didn’t source I feel probably doesn’t need it (like shit about ecology and farmland n stuff)