Vegetarianism Has Become an End-Time Religion

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Vegetarianism Has Become an End-Time Religion
By Todd Strandberg

It has become clear to me that vegetarianism has transformed into a religion for millions of people. They live the vegan lifestyle, and they are more than happy to share their diet with everyone. Just as Christians seek to convert the lost by bringing them to the cross, vegetarians seek to create a works-based salvation. The new Mayor was recently giving a news conference, and he proclaims, “I eat plant-based centered life.”

The powers that be are on track to repeat the energy disaster that led to the current massive shortfall of fossil fuels. If the government sets goals on when we will stop eating meat, the likely result will be a shortage in protein. The left would cheer a no-meat-by-2035 deadline. Because of the disinvestment in animal farming, people would be starving by 2027.

Vegans can be so hateful to omnivores, their actions are often cultic. They have the moral high ground, and everyone needs to hear them. Here are three statements from people who posted online:

“I haven’t personally met every vegan on Earth, but every vegan I’ve ever met has tried to force their beliefs on others. Some of them have just said outrageously terrible things to me, others have started an online mob campaign against me, and others have tried to get me fired from my job. So there is definitely a varying degree in the intensity of the attacks, but I have never once met a vegan who could just live their life and let me live mine.”

“I’ve lost count of the number of so-called ‘friends’ who became vegan and then almost immediately fell out with me simply because I’m not vegan.”

“I am probably one of the most un-vegan people in existence (meaning my entire diet revolves around meat and animal products) simply because I don’t agree with the ideology behind it. Namely, I don’t agree that not eating meat or animal products will end animal suffering, which seems to be one of the main reasons for somebody becoming vegan.”

In 2019 an Australian woman sued her neighbors because the smell of BBQ was drifting into her yard. Claiming they were doing it on purpose, Cilla Carden told a TV reporter, “All I can smell is fish. I can’t enjoy my backyard.”

She feels that if she can’t enjoy her backyard without the aroma of meat and fish cooking on the barbie, her neighbors shouldn’t be able to enjoy their backyard either.

So far, it seems the courts are taking a dim view of her contentions. Her complaint was tossed out of court last year. She filed an appeal, but the Supreme Court of Western Australia rejected it as well. She reportedly has vowed to keep fighting.

The end result may be just the beginning of Cilla’s troubles. It seems that in response to her legal challenges, her neighbors are organizing a neighborhood cookout outside her home. According to a Facebook page, the event is being called “Community BBQ for Cilla Carden.”

“Don’t let Cilla destroy a good old Aussie tradition; join us for a community BBQ, and help Cilla Carden get some pork for her fork,” the event description reads. The event never took place because Facebook blocked the page.

It is rather remarkable that most, not some, of the worst genocidal maniacs were vegans. Genghis Kahn, who terrorized most of Asia, killed 1,780,000 people in just one hour. Pol Pot, who murdered 2 million Cambodians, or one-quarter of his fellow countrymen, was also an avowed vegan. The same is true of Joseph Stalin, who mostly ate walnuts, garlic, plums and pomegranates. He also drank copious amounts of wine.

There is no question that Charles Manson was a confirmed vegetarian, and he was also very vocal about animal rights. I guess it’s okay to kill people, but you’d better not be killing any puppy dogs! A more recent vegan gone mad was Adam Lanza, the nut job who killed 20 innocent kids in 2012 at Sandy Hook Elementary school in Newton, Conn.

Joseph Goebbels, who was Hitler’s propaganda minister, developed this whole media campaign around the idea that Hitler loved animals so much that he couldn’t eat them, and this proved that he could never have any people killed. Needless to say, it was not the most successful propaganda campaign in history, if you know what I mean? Hitler was also said to be an ardent opponent of torture and the dissection of animals. I guess it didn’t bother him that his Nazi underlings chopped up and gassed millions of humans before burying most of them in mass graves. But you’d better not be kicking any cats around!

Hitler often had meetings with his top Nazis and always tried to dissuade his colleagues from eating any meat. Rudolf Hess, Hitler’s Deputy Fuhrer, was so vegan that he brought his own veggie meals to these dinners. At the end of his life, Hitler mostly ate beans and mashed potatoes. No wonder he suffered terrible bouts of flatulence.

The Apostle Paul, in the book of Timothy, predicted that vegetarianism would be a sign of the latter days. Mankind is always looking for some way to find salvation. By abstaining from eating meat, even people like Hitler can view themselves as good moral beings. The only way to true salvation is to be washed in the blood of Christ; anything else is just a distraction.

“Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils; Speaking lies in hypocrisy; having their conscience seared with a hot iron; Forbidding to marry, and commanding to abstain from meats, which God hath created to be received with thanksgiving of them which believe and know the truth. For every creature of God is good, and nothing to be refused, if it be received with thanksgiving” – (1 Timothy 4:1-4).

– Todd

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JamesSuth

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Great article. It has certainly become a religion. And the vegans are not even fans of the vegetarians (who they tolerate or not for being partly along the road).

Years ago I started hearing a lot about the benefits of a vegetarian diet from a number of Christians. This was before it was politicised, so I never anticipated that it would become a banner for the lefties and climate change brigade. So, I did a lot of reading and made the transition to a vegetarian diet over a period of time. I did extensive research to make sure I was getting all the right nutrients, and all seemed to be going well... However, the important point to notice is that I transitioned over a period of time, which is normally recommended with any big change so as not to shock the body. But it also meant that I probably didn't notice any side effects if they too developed gradually. Years later I was getting concerned that perhaps those I listened to were not correct. So I introduced fish again, just one day per week. And suddenly something happened - I woke up after a good night's sleep around ten minutes after getting out of bed. On the vegetarian diet I was half asleep till about mid day and then from late afternoon again. So clearly I was not getting all the right nutrients! Because I started gradually I never noticed. So I'm back on a mixed diet again, although my tastes have no changed and I'm a lot less of a meat eater now. I acknowledge that in Heaven we won't be eating animals, but here on this fallen earth food doesn't have sufficient nutrients, so we need everything including meat and dairy (I was never vegan so obviously the diary wasn't enough for me, actual meat was needed).

I hope that doesn't offend anyone. Had the climate change / lefties been promoting vegetarianism I would have been repelled against it from the start! :laugh . Even as a vegetarian I was totally against the anti meat eating of the whole movement - God has given us meat and it is not for us to restrict other people. But now I'm against the politics AND the fact it actually doesn't work from my own experience.
 

Mama Bug

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There was this lady on TikTok called the vegan teacher. I don't have the app but my daughter does. That woman was so obnoxious it wasn't even funny. My daughter would watch just for a laugh. I've never met a vegan but the ones I've seen on tv, video, etc are so over the top obnoxious and annoying. If they're all or mostly lefty liberals, that would explain things. Leftists are some of the most annoying, ugly acting people I've ever seen in my life. They call us hateful, close minded, intolerant bigots, but they are THE most intolerant people I've ever had the misfortune to come across. Do they think they're going to win people over to their way of thinking with that behavior?
 

Umbrella Girl

Now we see through a glass, darkly; (1 Cor 13:12)
I am a vegetarian, but not because it’s a “religion” to me. The reason I don’t eat meat is because my heart is broken at the thought of how these creatures suffer in those slaughterhouses. Born to die. And born to live an absolutely horrid existence before they die.

And when someone points out all the animal sacrifices during the Old Testament times, I point out that at least those animals were probably living normal lives beforehand, not living in the horror of a slaughterhouse.

A cow or a pig or a chicken or a lamb or a calf experiences pain and fear, and wants to live just as much as a dog or cat wants to live. It’s all a matter of perspective.

I was never crazy about meat, but I did like cheeseburgers and meatloaf. Until the day I visited a petting zoo, and a cow came over to the fence and I was petting her, and looking into her sweet face and eyes…and I truly made the connection between what I was eating and the sentient creature I was seeing in front of me. I was never the same after that, and could never eat meat again.

My husband laughs at me. He absolutely loves meat, and thinks I’m ridiculous about it. But God knows my heart, and that’s all that matters.

I don’t mean to offend anyone here. And I normally don’t talk about my being a vegetarian because I know it can cause controversy, and I really don’t want to cause that, especially here. But when I read that article, I had to respond. In my opinion, the article is very shortsighted, and it offended me. I am not vegan, only vegetarian, but I still found this article offensive. I’m going to contact Todd about it, to give my point of view. Not that it will do any good, of course. But at least I’ll feel better…

I never try to change anyone’s mind about eating meat. I know it would not do a bit of good, anyway, so it’s pointless. But if anyone asks why I’m a vegetarian, then I tell them why.
 
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Andy C

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I am a vegetarian, but not because it’s a “religion” to me. The reason I don’t eat meat is because my heart is broken at the thought of how these creatures suffer in those slaughterhouses. Born to die. And born to live an absolutely horrid existence before they die.

And when someone points out all the animal sacrifices during the Old Testament times, I point out that at least those animals were probably living normal lives beforehand, not living in the horror of a slaughterhouse.

A cow or a pig or a chicken or a lamb or a calf experiences pain and fear, and wants to live just as much as a dog or cat wants to live. It’s all a matter of perspective.

I was never crazy about meat, but I did like cheeseburgers and meatloaf. Until the day I visited a petting zoo, and a cow came over to the fence and I was petting her, and looking into her sweet face and eyes…and I truly made the connection between what I was eating and the sentient creature I was seeing in front of me. I was never the same after that, and could never eat meat again.

My husband laughs at me. He absolutely loves meat, and thinks I’m ridiculous about it. But God knows my heart, and that’s all that matters.

I don’t mean to offend anyone here. And I normally don’t talk about my being a vegetarian because I know it can cause controversy, and I really don’t want to cause that, especially here. But when I read that article, I had to respond. In my opinion, the article is very shortsighted, and it offended me. I am not vegan, only vegetarian, but I still found this article offensive. I’m going to contact Todd about it, to give my point of view. Not that it will do any good, of course. But at least I’ll feel better…
We all have personal freedoms, and we make different decisions in many areas. What may work for you, may not be viable for another. I appreciate your personal perspective.
 

Epieikes

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I unfortunately like (too much) pretty much all kinds of food. Minus liver, rutabagas, and 50/50 on brussels sprouts. Every meal I have ever had at an organic or vegetarian restaurant, I have liked-to-all-out-loved. I find the creativity fascinating. I also like identifying with most of the world who has limited access to meat.

There's no hard fast rule to me except for humans to attempt to legislate what folks can or can't eat...and this is reprehensible. Paul addressed it then, and of course, Bill Gates gurus it now. Psalms 2 and 37 are written for such a time (and person) like this. Now, to repent and pray for his soul...❤
 

DWB

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I'm a proud member of PETA. "People Eating Tasty Animals"

Seriously, I'm really a libertarian. You do your thing and I'll do mine. Don't bother me and I won't bother you, but unfortunately so many today want to try and dictate what others think, do, or say. (democrats, socialists, communists) all the same thing. Marxism no matter what you call it.
 

MAL18

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There was this lady on TikTok called the vegan teacher. I don't have the app but my daughter does. That woman was so obnoxious it wasn't even funny. My daughter would watch just for a laugh. I've never met a vegan but the ones I've seen on tv, video, etc are so over the top obnoxious and annoying. If they're all or mostly lefty liberals, that would explain things. Leftists are some of the most annoying, ugly acting people I've ever seen in my life. They call us hateful, close minded, intolerant bigots, but they are THE most intolerant people I've ever had the misfortune to come across. Do they think they're going to win people over to their way of thinking with that behavior?
I think the leftists are the champions of hypocrisy
 

Tall Timbers

Imperfect but forgiven
The brutality of life in a slaughterhouse before being killed. It’s not even a “life.” It’s simply a painful existence.

Are the animals raised in a slaughterhouse? Your comment is identical to what one would find radical vegans professing, and it's often dis-information.

Animals for food are raised in a variety of ways and methods. Farmers tend to be quite fond of their animals and that fondness is often reciprocated. When my sister's pigs get taken to the finishing farms the employees know exactly which farm they came from because the pigs from my sisters farm will follow the workers around and try to play with them.

Hunters know that an animal that is stressed before it dies doesn't have the best tasting meat. All that extra adrenaline doesn't make for good tasting meat.

Radical vegans spread a lot of lies about the animal farming industry. They do a lot of harm to good hard working people. They really want to force us all to eat just like them because their way is the only right way.

If you wanted a good education on modern animal husbandry, you might have a hard time getting good information. Because of all of the unrighteous attacks on the industry by non-meat eaters, the industry as a whole as found it better to keep to themselves.
 
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