A few citations from somebody healed by the carnivore diet, and who has received even death threats for speaking up, as he is an ex-vegan. Here he was talking to a vegetarian long time friend, in good terms and with some good humor but also real fright about veganism taking over and eating meat becoming difficult.
"ruminant animals are our ancestral diet, they don’t cause climate change and the ridiculous vegan propaganda is threatening the food supply of many, like me, who have healed and would get very sick again if we had to go back to plant-based slop."
" there are many out there campaigning for the whole world to go vegan, and the governments are listening, because it enriches the big corporations that control them. This is a disaster for the environment, the animals and human health. There is a scenario where we might not have a choice unless we speak out. Believe me, if that happens, I will eat vegans before I eat a Beyond Burger!"
" I just can't ignore what's going on any longer. I mean, just look at this, the latest in the line of thousands of such videos popping up… and this is what they are trying to tell us is healthy? It's depopulation. Feed the expendable slaves cheap grain foods to keep them sick and impressionable, create panics and then make up false solutions… history repeats itself."
This woman has the right to be angry! " I was afraid of meat all my life, and I became a dedicated vegetarian as an adult, at 20. And spent 12 years straight living that way. Eating eggs for the for the first few years, and eating cheese during most of the time. With bouts of raw food, juicing, and no animal product. At that time, it wasn’t “vegan” it was still vegetarian as far as I knew. I went full VEGAN two years ago, for a full year. And it almost killed me. Sorry the dialogue was hard to follow, but, my point was it was a mindset since I was 10, to be afraid of meat. And I did vegetarian/veganism for 12+ years straight over the past 25 years. I have healed tremendously this year eating mostly animal products and very little plants. "
So, for me, making people be ashame or anything feeling bad about eating animal products, is negating people the right to listen to their body. Discriminations are often about how people are different from each other, and about reproaching something of the BODY PHYSIOLOGY we can do nothing about. This is why for me, comparing with sexuality orientation was a good parallel, because people just feel and discover how they are in their body, and the law should protect people and preserve their right to listen to what they feel and need! If some people feel they are not fond of meat, great, but the reverse is also true. I have a friend who have 2 boys and they do not eat the same, as one eats more fruits and the other wants much more meat. She respects their choices and do not force nor influence their eating!