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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235 thoughts on “Gallery of Atrocities

  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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