We Shouldn’t Eat Meat But Not Because “Muh Climate Change” or Any Other Leftist Ideology

Hulled Hemp Seeds

No, seriously, hear me out… I’ve put a lot of thought into this…

Meat Is Bad For Your Spirit

Most people eat meat without even thinking about it. They don’t understand the ramifications of what they’re doing. They think animals were put here to be our food. I’m here to tell you friends, whether you want to hear it or not, humans shouldn’t be eating meat. Do I eat meat? Yes, I do currently, but I shouldn’t. Does that make me a hypocrite? Yes, of course it does, but I can feel the consequences of my actions. And I don’t want to anymore.

Think about it. Where does your meat come from? It’s something I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about. Unless you buy it directly from an organic farmer that treats his livestock with respect and caring, making sure they live pleasant lives until death, it probably comes from a factory farm. Factory farms tend to treat animals very badly and abuse them. The animals are afraid and very stressed. Some are also pumped full of steroids and antibiotics. Then they’re killed (hopefully quickly and painlessly, but probably not), sliced, and packaged for your consumption. And as long as they feed their live-stock nothing but organic corn and grains, those same packages can also be labeled organic, despite the possible stress and anguish of the animal.

What do you think happens to all that fear, stress, pain, and those chemicals? It ends up inside you. It affects everything in your body. It affects the way you think, the way you act, and how you see the world. It drags you down. It keeps us afraid and complacent. You are quite literally consuming death and expecting it to not kill you.

“I choose not to make a graveyard of my body for the rotting corpses of dead animals.”

“A man of my spiritual intensity does not eat corpses.”

George Bernard Shaw

They Like You Fat, Sick, and Stupid

The powers that be; international bankers, multi-billion dollar corporation owners, international royalty, those that “own the world,” all want you to be obedient, sick, and fat little debt slaves. They want you paying the most possible Federal Reserve notes for your healthcare. They want you paying for all kinds of expensive treatments, never curing yourself of your ills.

They love it when you consume flesh indiscriminately and without ritual, as they know the toll it takes on your spirit and how it keeps you afraid. They feed on your fear. But they understand, better than everyone, that natural law is absolute and if one wants to live life according to natural law, they would not consume animals. More on that later.

Are these “world owners” evil? Or are YOU evil? Do they force meat down your throat? Do they force you to watch pornography? Do they force you to cheat on your spouse or significant other? Do they force you to binge on television, subconsciously learning things that go against nature? Do they force you to consume and obey? No, they don’t, at least not directly. YOU ARE A SENTIENT BEING AND HAVE FREE WILL. They do, however, have a monopoly on information and utilize the power of suggestion to its full extent while at the same time making all of these terrible things readily available for your consumption! The devil is the temptation which must be overcome!

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Humans Are Not Designed To Eat Meat

“A human body in no way resembles those that were born for ravenousness; it hath no hawk’s bill, no sharp talon, no roughness of teeth, no such strength of stomach or heat of digestion, as can be sufficient to convert or alter such heavy and fleshy fare. But if you will contend that you were born to an inclination to such food as you have now a mind to eat, do you then yourself kill what you would eat. But do it yourself, without the help of a chopping-knife, mallet or axe, as wolves, bears, and lions do, who kill and eat at once. Rend an ox with thy teeth, worry a hog with thy mouth, tear a lamb or a hare in pieces, and fall on and eat it alive as they do. But if thou had rather stay until what thou eat is to become dead, and if thou art loath to force a soul out of its body, why then dost thou against nature eat an animate thing? There is nobody that is willing to eat even a lifeless and a dead thing even as it is; so they boil it, and roast it, and alter it by fire and medicines, as it were, changing and quenching the slaughtered gore with thousands of sweet sauces, that the palate being thereby deceived may admit of such uncouth fare.”

Plutarch

Humans are not biologically designed to consume meat. Many would argue this, pointing to their tiny sharp “canine” teeth, which is ridiculous. Look at the teeth of an actual canine, and then try to tell me again how those tiny sharp teeth are for tearing flesh… Try even comparing it with known omnivores. Nature does not lie!

comparison between human teeth and animals

People will also point to articles, such as those from the likes of Time magazine, as if they’re some kind of “authoritative” source for information. It tells you that “2.6 million-year-old” “pre-humans” (whatever they hell those are) needed meat to “become human.” But consider, that same “authoritative” source tells you that it’s completely fine for a hormone-imbalanced, mentally-ill adult human female with chest hair to “chest feed” a newborn baby. Disturbing. Anyway, they go on to make a wise-crack about “Australopithecus” (which has never been linked to modern humans) slapping itself on the forehead.

As a new study in Nature makes clear, not only did processing and eating meat come naturally to humans, it’s entirely possible that without an early diet that included generous amounts of animal protein, we wouldn’t even have become human—at least not the modern, verbal, intelligent humans we are.

It was about 2.6 million years ago that meat first became a significant part of the pre-human diet, and if Australopithecus had had a forehead to slap it would surely have done so.

Time Magazine

Humans also don’t have claws like carnivorous animals do. Instead, they have thin, brittle fingernails, used for peeling fruit. We also have a significantly longer digestive tract, which is found in herbivores. Carnivores have an exceptionally shorter digestive tract to remove the decaying flesh quickly. Carnivorous animals also have hydrochloric acid in their stomachs that is 20 times more potent than that of a human, used for breaking down hair, fur, and raw flesh. Meat eaters have acidic saliva that doesn’t have the enzyme ptyalin, which is used to pre-digest grains. Humans and herbivores have alkaline saliva.

If you think humans were meant to eat meat, then I challenge you, go and kill an animal with your bare hands and eat it. Rip its flesh and consume it raw and let me know the outcome in the comments. The smell alone will make you sick, and for good reason.

Animals Are Our Companions

Do you have a pet? A dog, a cat, a bird, or maybe even a horse? Would you kill and eat them? For some, the thought of consuming their pet is extremely offensive. They think to themselves, “I’m not some kind of cruel savage!” Then they’ll turn around and eat the ribs of a pig for dinner. In some countries, pigs and cows are kept as pets and they eat dogs and cats. What’s the difference? Only culture, so logically… absolutely nothing.

“Go to the meat market of a Saturday night and see the crowds of live bipeds staring up at the long rows of dead quadrupeds. Does not that sight take a tooth out of the cannibal’s jaw? Cannibals? Who is not a cannibal? I tell you it will be more tolerable for the Fejee that salted down a lean missionary in his cellar against a coming famine; it will be more tolerable for that provident Fejee, I say, in the day of judgement, than for thee, civilized and enlightened gourmand, who naliest geese to the ground and feistiest on their bloated livers in thy paté-de-foie-gras.”

Herman Melville

After spending hours and hours researching the diets of humanity, I’ve come to the conclusion that animals were put her to be our companions, not our food. It sounds completely cheesy and left-wing, I know, but imagine if we actually lived in harmony with nature. What would that look like?

Plants Are Our Food

Humans and plants have a perfectly symbiotic relationship at the highest levels. Think about it. We breathe oxygen produced by plants and we exhale carbon dioxide, which is then consumed by plants. Our excrement can be used as fertilizer for plants. Thus, consuming plants leads to the growth and rebirth of more plants! It’s perfectly in line with nature.

Really, when all of the devout leftists are screeching about all of the CO2 in the atmosphere, they’re really just complaining that plants have too much food! It’s completely illogical to think that we can produce more CO2 than can be consumed by plants, but they still screech about it nonetheless.

Hemp Seed is the Best Superfood, Thanks President Trump!

Trump signed the 2018 Farm Bill on December 27, 2018, making growing and selling non-THC hemp 100% legal. Most people are excited about the bill legalizing CBD (cannabidiol) products. CBD oil (hemp oil) has all kinds of additional health benefits that I won’t go into in this article, but don’t neglect the hemp seed!

Hemp Seeds
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Hemp seeds are actually nuts and called as such on some product labels. “Hempnut” is a term coined by Richard Rose, author of The Hempnut Cookbook and used to describe the shelled seed.

Hemp seeds have been a traditional source of nourishment in many countries for thousands of years. They can be roasted, ground, or used as flour in such various ways as in the form of hemp milk and tofu or as spreads for bread and crackers. Sprouted seeds can be added to salads.

Hemp seeds may be the most nutritious food on earth. They taste similar to pine nuts or sunflower seeds and can be used in any recipe. In terms of nutrients, shelled hemp seed is basically 34.6% protein, 46.5% good fat, and 11.6% carbohydrate.

Not only do hemp seeds contain essential fatty acids (EFAs) in the proper ratio required by humans, but they also contain all the essential amino acids and dietary fiber required for good health. The fiber content of hemp seed flour is 40%, which is the highest of all commercial flour grains.

For diabetics, the glycemic index of shelled hemp seeds is considered low because of its low carbohydrate content. They are also full of various nutrients that moderate blood sugar. Since most of the carbohydrate content is in the hull, shelled hemp seed is preferred.

No other single plant source provides balanced protein nutrition with all the essential amino acids in a favorable ratio for digestibility. In fact, two-thirds of the shelled seed is packed with these essential nutrients and is 40% more nutritious than whole hemp seed.

The shelled seed is more nutritious than the whole seed. When the hull is removed, the percentage of essential nutrients rises. The protein content increases by 8% (to more than 30%), and the total fat content goes up 17% (to more than 47%). The ratio of EFAs remains the same.

Furthermore, hemp seed is far more valuable in terms of concentrated nutrients than soybeans, the nearest vegan alternative. Shelled hemp seeds contain 35% protein, of which 65% occurs as the easily digestible storage protein, edestin.

Hemp seeds contain all nine essential amino acids with a high content of sulfur-containing AA (methionine and cysteine), which are usually low in vegetable proteins. The absence of trypsin inhibitory activity is a major advantage over the type of protein found in soybeans.

Trace elements found in hemp seed include strontium, thorium, arsenic, and chromium. It is also a good source of the antioxidant vitamin E in the form of alpha-, beta-, gamma-, delta-tocopherol and alpha-tocotrienol.

Other Nutrients

The following are also found in hemp seeds:

  • Lecithin is a type of liquid found in the protective sheaths surrounding the brain and nervous system. Lecithin helps in the breakdown of fats and enhances liver activity and enzyme production.
  • Choline is produced from lecithin. It is needed for nerve impulses from the brain throughout the nervous system and for liver and gall bladder function. Its derivative acetylcholine, lacking in Alzheimer patients, is crucial for short-term memory.
  • Inositol (vitamin B8) promotes hair growth, reduces cholesterol levels, prevents artery hardening, and is calming to the nervous system.
  • Phytosterols, sometimes described as ‘plant hormones’ or phytoestrogens, affect cholesterol absorption, hormone regulation, and cell metabolism.

Shelled Hemp Seed

It is also high in such minerals as the following:

  • Potassium supports the nervous system and regular heart rhythm and, with the help of sodium, aids in the body’s balance of water.
  • Calcium is also essential for a regular heartbeat, strong teeth and bones, and nerve impulses.
  • Magnesium is needed to transmit the nerve and muscle messages.
  • Sulfur helps the body resist bacterial invasion and protects it against toxic substances.
  • Iron, in moderate amounts, facilitate the production of red blood cells and energy.
  • Zinc is important for a healthy reproductive system and the male prostate gland. It improves wound healing and strengthens the immune system.

No THC

Strains of seed hemp have been naturally selected so as to produce little, if any, THC. These nutritional varieties grow in temperate climates to heights of 14 feet. As with many agricultural grains, their seeds can be harvested in a conventional manner with a combine. Since the most modern handling and shelling of the seed minimizes its contact with the leaf resins, the shelled seed itself and the oil, nut butter, and other foods prepared from the seed have no detectable THC amounts.

Health Issues

Scientists are studying the use of hemp seed extracts to boost the immune-depressed who have such illnesses as AIDS and cancer.

Edestin, a protein found in hemp seed, is so compatible with the human digestive system that in 1955, a Czechoslovakian Tuberculosis Nutrition Study found hemp seed to be the only food that successfully treated tuberculosis, a disease in which nutritive processes become impaired and the body wastes away.

Edestin is such a perfect protein that Science Magazine complained in 1941 that “the passage of the Marijuana Law of 1937 has placed restrictions on trade in hemp seed that, in effect, amounts to prohibition. … It seems clear that the long and important career of the protein is coming to a close in the US.”

As a result, although not solely from the lack of hemp seeds, American health has since suffered a steady decline ever since.


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