Friday, October 30, 2009

Vegetarianism = Death, Liberalism = Slavery

So I want to address this issue of vegetarianism more fully. It seems with liberals in general, and vegetarians in particular, there is this myth that mankind evolved as hunter-gatherers, with the extreme emphasis on gathering. That eating meat is some sort of aberration that mankind started in order to get through tougher times, and that if we all just went back to eating vegetarian, we’d all be healthy, happy, and strong, and the world would be a better place, and there’d be rainbows and unicorns or something. Unfortunately for them, we are not herbivores, and any cursory glance at our anatomy and that of other species will tell you that.

First, if you look at the skull of a herbivore, you will notice that the eye sockets (and hence the eyes) are located toward the sides of the skull, giving a herbivore a sort of “wall-eyed” look. Think of rabbits and deer, for example. There is a very good reason for this: herbivores are prey. They need to have as wide a field of vision as possible in order to spot potential predators.

Now, look at the skull of a carnivore. Think cats, or wolves. The eyes are both placed forward on the skull. This is because carnivores are hunters, and they need stereoscopic vision so they can accurately judge distances while hunting.

Now, look at the human skull. Where are the eyes placed? In the front, like a predator’s.

The fact of the matter is that we evolved as hunter-gatherers, but the emphasis was on HUNTING, not gathering. Look at our stomachs. Herbivores tend to have multi-chambered stomachs to better process plant materials. Carnivores have single chambered stomachs designed to digest meat. We have single chamber stomachs. Why? Because we’re meat eaters.

Right now, I’m eating chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, and corn. I like corn. I eat corn just about any chance I get. But every time I eat it, or any other vegetable for that matter. I get gas. Sometimes painful gas. Why? Because I have a carnivore’s stomach. Sure, as a human, there are some plants I can eat without too much difficulty. Generally, these are the soft, reproductive parts of the plants, namely the seeds and fruits. We humans don’t eat the bulk of the plant, because we aren’t herbivores. We aren’t vegetarians, no matter how much we may wish to be.

Back in the days of slavery, not just American slavery in the South, but in the days of antiquity, slave owners used to feed their slaves diets high in carbohydrates, but low in proteins. Breads and grains, fruits and vegetables, but no meat. Meat was expensive, you see, but it’s also necessary for protein for building muscle and getting stronger. Slave owners didn’t want their slaves to get stronger, because then they just may develop the strength to resist and escape. So they fed them carbs. That way they’d have just enough energy to do the work that was required of them, but nothing to grow on. Slave food.

Right now, there is an ever growing push by those on the left for us to switch to a more vegetarian way of eating, whether it’s in the name of health, the environment, or whatever stupid fad they’re following this week. These same liberals are the ones who want to take away so many of our freedoms under the guise of safety: they want to disarm us because we may hurt each other with our nasty firearms; they want to control what we say so we don’t hurt each other’s feelings; they want to tell us how much money we can make or have; they want to control what we eat, and tell us what we can’t. The only areas where they want us to have any freedom is in the realm of sex, or maybe drugs. They want to cater to our base animal instincts while curtailing the things that make us better than animals: our free will, our capacity to make choices for ourselves, and our ability say what we think without fear. This vegetarian slave food is just one more piece of the process of turning us all into docile animals. It makes sense, really. When you aspire to be the sheepherder, it helps if all those around you are sheep.

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