A woman’s speech, posted on Instagram, expounding on the evils of eating meat is no less than epic. She could give PETA lessons in anti-meatness—and online parody sites lessons in satire.
Speaking before three seated officials and a large group of attendees at an apparent official gathering, a normal-appearing, woman stuns them with, “The assumption that the best protein comes from corpses is a racist belief. How do you know the animal would have picked you to feed off their corpse?”
She proceeded with a literal litany of perceived meat-eating offenses. Eating a burger is misogynistic. She alluded to pop culture references touting “sexy cows, sexy pigs, sexy chickens, sexy fishes who…” like girls (revisiting her misogyny reference), “all just want to have fun.”
She flogged carnivores with every wokeism in existence: racist, colonialism, misogyny, gender-based structures of oppression, masculinity, gender binary, white supremacists, neo-Nazi, anti-abortionist, and whiteness.
She said, with a straight face, “White supremacists weaponized eating meat, eggs, and dairy, and the baiting of liberal men as so-called ‘soy-boys’ are all a part of the Neo-Nazi messaging.”
At the “soy boys” line, the audience finally burst into laughter. She even acknowledged the laughter, sloughing it off to people hearing “new ideas.”
Joseph Gunderson, writing at Louder with Crowder, describes Dr. Jordan B. Peterson discussing the vegan rant with Joe Rogan on his podcast. Peterson said, “I think it will be a cultural moment because it was the point, at least in my life, where the politically correct argument reached an apogee that cannot be exceeded.”
Gunderson lamented he could not say Peterson “had perhaps exaggerated just a little bit….” Peterson described the screed as “unsatirizable.”
The woman concludes with—what else? “Our whiteness is part of the problem of meat-eating.”
Whether serious or brilliant parody (hard to tell the difference these days), viewers are likely to be just a bit dumber for having listened to this woman’s epic woke nonsense.
Perhaps, this axiom, attributed to John Cleese, applies: “If God didn’t want us to eat animals, he wouldn’t have made ‘em out of meat.”
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