Gallery of Atrocities

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This website contains violent photographs and other media of vegetables and fruits being tortured, mutilated, mistreated, and murdered. They are not for the weak of heart. By choosing to view these images you hold VegetableCruelty.com harmless for your psychological well being.

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252 thoughts on “Gallery of Atrocities

  1. iambruceleaf

    Did you know plants can actually talk and communicate to us human beings? Just sit and meditate next to a plant and then introduce yourself. Takes some time and practise but be aware. Just with girls, they do not always respond. Especially if they sense you are not respectful. Don`t lie, never lie to a plant!
    Yeah no kidding. My teacher told me this.
    How else did the native Americans knew about medicine plants? They just asked the plants what healt benefits they could give to the human body. Shaman u know.
    Problem now is, how am I suppose to garden?…..

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  2. Confused

    2 Things
    You saved a Broccoli? I am pretty sure once they uproot them they are already dead.
    Next um real question don’t plants want animals to eat the fruit so the can diposit the seeds to new place?

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    1. Carnivore Post author

      Interesting fruitist propaganda you’ve posted here, @Mr NOBODY. Ever heard of “blaming the victim” pathology? At least you acknowledge that fruit torture isn’t a good thing. That is progress. We’ll keep working on you and others like you still stuck in the dark ages of fruit and vegetable atrocities.

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  3. Kate

    I have a parent who was a vegetarian for years, i have encountered some extremely scarring moments growing up. From watching poor potatoes being skinned and mashed for thanksgiving, to being forced to eat vegetables all my life, they told me it would be good for me. I had a little tomato plant when i was little, i named it Paul. Everyday i watered Paul til one day he started growing tomatoes on his limbs. I never will forget the day i came home from school to witness my mom murdering his children to make herself a salad. I cried that day. I could never look Paul in the face after that, he trusted me to protect his children and i failed.

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    1. I gut cows for a living

      How horrible, this is simply unacceptable. Vegans are truly the scourge of the earth and should be burned in ovens just like those poor veggies like potatoes and carrots

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    2. xyz

      dear friend ,i love you and your concern for the poor plants ,you are really amazing for you are feeling for even the plants.trust me there are some other beautiful planets for you and you can gain more happiness there.For more information contact ISKCON.

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  4. Anonymous

    I grew up with a lemon tree in my garden, I loved it, there was one lemon in particular I befriended, his name was frank, we grew up together. One day my little sister and her group of friends wanted to make a lemonade stand, I tried to stop her but mom and dad wouldn’t help me out, they forced me to help pick lemons off the tree. There was only one way I could save frank from getting slaughtered, I had to pick him off the tree and hide him.(WARNING, UPSETTING DESCRIPTION INCOMING, YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED) When I was alone I slowly had to remove the cord the tree connected to frank with. I carefully pulled frank off, he screamed but it was for his own good, I resumed pulling him off the tree, I hate myself, I had to separate a little boy from this mother, right from her arms. I hid frank in pocket and slacked off so they would pick the rest of the lemons for me. After the picking had finished I had to watch the poor souls get sliced in half and have their flesh slowly oozed out of them, one of them cruelly put their finger in the juice and licked it, I was scarred for life after that, genocide I tell you! Genocide! I wish my pockets were big enough. Frank is confined in the safe to recover from his trauma, he watched his friends and family get slaughtered. Friends, don’t let friends be vegans and don’t let fruit and vegetables suffer as much as frank did.

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  5. Anonymous

    I understand that you are trying to be funny, really I do. But your humor will not cover up the injustices done every day to animals all around the world. Do you not realize that a lot of plant life it’s given to over producing animals and plenty of deforestation is done to plants to feed the animals that are brutally mistreated all their lives and then brutally murdered. Even if you only eat kosher, there is no way to kill an animal that is humane unless it’s the standard veterinarian approach and I don’t believe that would keep the animal safe for human consumption.

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    1. Carnivore Post author

      Dear Anonymous: do you not realize you’ve just argued our case for us? Or can you only feel compassion for lifeforms with legs and hair? Is deforestation not brutal murder in your mind? How about row-cropping in a prison of dead soil filled with chemical stimulants? You see what you want to see, in order to alleviate your guilty conscience!

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      1. J

        The compassion is there because there is a distinct difference between vegetables and animals.

        a. Animals (including humans) have consciousness, and emotions.
        b. Plants do not have consciousness, or emotions.

        When we say plants are “alive”, we are not equating them with animals. We are saying they were grown from a biological process.

        Also I realize you’re joking, but I’ve talked to people that seriously are not able to differentiate this. I live in America, so it’s not surprising.

        (Also, I don’t give a fuck if you eat meat. I just think animal life has value, and therefore, shouldn’t be taken away. But I don’t think it should be outlawed or considered morally repulsive, since it’s ingrained in our culture to eat animals).

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        1. Carnivore Post author

          So J, you essentially make a supremacist argument. Now let’s see if your claims hold water. You claim “plants do not have consciousness, or emotions”. Can you defend this claim?

          We all know you can’t, so take your supremacist ideas elsewhere. Fruit and plant life has value, too, not just animal life.

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          1. Logic

            J is right
            And Carnivore, how can you defend your claim that plants have consciousness/emotions/feelings/blah blah blah…?

      2. Greg

        Look I have heard about all this “animal cruelty” and initially I believed it. However I was watching Animal Planet the other day and the camera kept switching between a monkey and a tiger. I was confused. I didn’t understand how these two animals were related. I kept watching in confusion as the tiger moved into his hunting position. All of a sudden the tiger pounces on the monkey by the neck ripping it apart with its sharp teeth and strong jaws. Animals don’t care if their food is in pain all they are thinking is “hunger”. That’s why when humans kill animals, to eat, quickly and organized, it is HUMANE. The animals are inhumane and if we’re not killing them they are bound to be truly brutally killed in nature.

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    2. I gut cows for a living

      Dear Anonymous,
      How can you possibly support animals when you yourself have said that animals eat plants to survive? Animals are cruel murderers, who care only for themselves and deserve to die. Plants and veggies have never done the world any wrong, never killed another to feed themselves. As I’ve said, animals are murders. I would gladly gut a pig and make him into bacon than I would peel a potato. You sir, are a hypocrite, and I suggest you attempt to put your morals in check.

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  6. bro

    I saw my colleague abusing a poor carrot the other day, it was so cruel it left me speechless, the way he crushed it with his teeth, it was so helpless I had to do something and I think you’ll be happy to know the carrot is going to recover, but unfortunately live its life as an amputee.

    jk, why does this website exist?

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  7. Joe

    This site is NOT funny. Veganism is the most humane and environmentally friendly way to live on Earth. You can argue, but you just show your ignorance and stupidity. Whatever. I’m not interested in your reply as it’s got to be pretty stupid from all that I’ve read here.

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    1. I gut cows for a living

      Dear Joe,
      I understand how that you feel about animals being hurt and that it is inhumane, but have you ever stopped and considered how watermelons feel when you bite into them? And how you only eat the poor creatures innards of the watermelon which contains seeds which are their children! You eat its intestines, and leave the rest! CAN’T YOU UNDERSTAND IT WANTS TO DIE AND BE WITH ITS FAMILY AND YOU JUST LET IT SIT THERE AND ROT YOU MONSTER . YOU THINK YOUR SAVING THE EARTH?????????? YOUR KILLING ITS MOST PURE CREATURES YOU VILE PIECE OF FILTH. Vegans are the true monsters. And you know what? I went to my local farm and I chopped off the heads of twenty seven chickens, the proceeded to roast a pig and eat it with my friends, and it tasted DELICIOUS.

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  8. Jake

    I’m sorry, but is this for real? I’m being completely serious. You guys do realize that without the nutrients for vegetables and fruit, that we’d all be dead. Just saying, trees for the forest gents, trees for the forest.

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  9. fried mushroom

    last week i saw my neighbor abusing his broccoli, i immediately jumped the fence and saved the poor veges, Dylan is now in intensive care and expecting to make a full recovery soon 🙂

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  10. Fried mushroom

    I’m concerned about the health and wellbeing of my neighbours brocolli, he stepped on some yesterday! It was terrible, I had to jump the fence and take it to intensive care immediately. It’s been two weeks and Bruce is recovering well.

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  11. hellabaepotato

    My friends and I visited your website, and finally, we have found our people, those who think like we do.
    And hope to eradicate the injustice and cruelty that vegetables are subjected to.
    Heartless people are carelessly slaughtering these beautiful creations that the Earth has supplied.
    And my cohorts and I are ready to make a difference.
    Thank you for the inspiration, and letting us know that we are not alone.
    God bless.
    x

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  12. Backyard Butcher

    An amazing thing about living in the state of Texas is their support of the meatitarian lifestyle. Every month I hoist up a pig in my back yard for all to see and gut it (like a pig lol) and revel in My acomplishments. I know that this is some of the best justice I can get for my plant bretheren, taking revenge on the uprooting menace my state encourages me to kill and even pays me to do it. I often have the neighbors over to enjoy the “fruits” of my labor when we are not out eating venison or veal. There is something about sweet sweet justice that just makes your food taste so much better.

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  13. Gluto Soyo Meatatarian

    As a gluto-soyo meatatarian I do understand some of the inherent problems of getting all needed nutrients from animal products alone. Consumption of certain seeds and soy milk can at times be justified.

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