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Just what we need, a website to “out” ex-vegans

Just what we need, a website to “out” ex-vegans

There are several analogies I can think of for this.

But, I’ll let it speak for itself.

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Vegan Sell-Out List

If you’re no longer vegan, you’re going on the list.

The spirits of the billions murdered have risen to deliver: The Vegan Sellout List – an online directory of those who have regressed from moral consistency to moral depravity.

The Vegan Sellout List is our answer to the epidemic of vegan sellouts – those who are aware of the suffering caused by meat, dairy, egg, fur, and leather production, yet choose to look away while the animals suffer.

Vegan Sell-Out Data Entry

Vegan Sell-Out Map

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Defamation, invasion of privacy, intentional infliction of emotional distress, harassment….

There’s money in this.

    amyklas in reply to Valerie. | June 20, 2013 at 9:25 pm

    Now that you’ve shown us your ability to google, lets see if you can actually learn the requirements of each of those claims. I don’t condone the site at all (doesn’t help), but wow.

      Valerie in reply to amyklas. | June 21, 2013 at 10:04 am

      Be careful about your assumptions, child.

        amyklas in reply to Valerie. | June 22, 2013 at 12:35 pm

        There wasn’t an assumption in that statement, old timer. I’m just interested in how you’d pull off the claims you suggest above. I’ll be here waiting, ready to learn from you.

The only way to look at this is to understand the history of Vegans. These people are not new, but they are the new Cathari from the Medieval period.

Vegans think of themselves as being enlightened. They see themselves as being better than everyone else. On top of that, they treat their veganism as if it is a religion. They have a religious zeal with regard to the eating habits.

When we look at them from this point of view, is it any wonder that they would “name and shame” those who have left their cult?

    Not A Member of Any Organized Political in reply to Aussie. | June 20, 2013 at 9:58 pm

    Uh….in other words Vegans are the New Nazi?

    Hilter was a Vegan!!!! All you need to know!

    Ok, maybe he was only a Vegie-sectarian, but close enough!

You’re right, Aussie. Apostasy must be punished.

This is seriously awesome. I hope it gets really popular.

Now we need one for outing Sierra Club members who don’t take public transportation.

    CPT. Charles in reply to kohath. | June 27, 2013 at 10:20 pm

    Especially the ones who own an SUV, have central air, and… a whopping huge redwood deck to entertain their ‘concerned and enlightened’ fellow travelers.

Eggs cause suffering???

I’ll take two over easy please…

So liberals hate Christians for supposedly forcing their religion and morality down people’s throat, but they’re OK with public shaming of people over “going apostate” and returning to eating eggs and drinking milk?

Vegan: Old native American word for crashes around in woods, scaring food.

Vegans are leftists.

Leftists are fascists.

Going on the list?

Lighten up, Francis. Or I’ll eat you.

Freddie Sykes | June 21, 2013 at 1:58 am

Do babies who starved to death while being nursed by vegan mothers count as ex-vegans?

People should eat what they wish. It’s a shame some subject their growing children to diets more attuned to adult needs, but that’s life.

What gets me is the tendency of the vegans to assume everyone else will and should bend over backwards to cater to their personal preferences.

Hey, I know people who are allergic to various foods, and don’t mind accommodating them at all. Vegans are vegans because that’s what they choose to be, and that’s fine. Just don’t be a jerk about it.

BannedbytheGuardian | June 21, 2013 at 4:20 am

Many respectable religious people are vegetarian – Sikhs Buddhists Hindus.

People have always had strong food ethics & practices eg Kosher , brethren , Mennonite , Hindu , Sikh , Buddhist , Lent.

This site could only cater for the nastier vegetarians . Even Hitler never cared what others ate . I have his secretary’s book which lists his meals – yuk.

So, it has come to this. Condemned for eating something that we like and being criticized for it by the food police. I say let’s eat the vegans, slow cooked in a crock pot with, yes, some carrots, an onion, garlic and celery, seasoned with some salt and pepper.

Perhaps the ex-vegans went all natural, and rejected artificial supplements of Vitamin B-12.

Well, you know what they say: “Once you go Veggie, you never go back.”

One hundred percent hilarious.

It’s the Vegan Police from the Scott Pilgrim movie!!

Henry Hawkins | June 21, 2013 at 1:40 pm

Vegans, among other negative attributes, are absolutists, and where you find an absolutist you also find a hypocrite, typically without being aware of it.

[…] Jacobson of Le*gal In*sur*rec*tion had a bit on a site which “outs” ex-vegans. I’m thinking that this site fails the “how to win friends and influence people” […]

So let’s see: From the Left we have enemies lists, boycotts, riots, shaming, intimidation… Yes, some historical parallels definitely come to mind.

CPT. Charles | June 27, 2013 at 10:14 pm

How silly. There’s a place for a God’s creatures… right next to the taters and gravy.

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