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 [sic] the seeds to new place?
A fruit & veggie hater asked the above questions in the comments on VegetableCruelty.com. Shamefully so, it is worth noting. It’s almost not worth responding to such drivel, but the work is great and the laborers are few. So, here we are.
Dear Mr. or Ms. Confused: do you want animals to eat your reproductive parts? Come on. Think before you ask stupid questions. Try empathy for a change and abandon your anti-faunite hate-think before it’s too late for all the oppressed species on this planet.
These great men take a few minutes out of their busy day to help a fellow carnivore out of a jam. Then back to the great work of exacting justice on the horrible fruit and vegetable oppressors: herbivores!
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Look at the brutality bragged about in this one “recipe”. Nine, NINE(!!!) species of fruit and vegetables on the kill list for this one way to persist human life. How can these people live with themselves? How can they be so apathetic to not even think about the pain and suffering experienced by all the individuals murdered to satisfy their whims?? I cry for our world.
Hello. Recently in my life, members of my family have forced me to eat vegetables with a dinner, because supposedly, they are supposed to be “good for you”. During this ordeal, I felt sickened and appalled by the nature of this request. I’ve searched and searched for a way to overcome my horrible guilt of these crimes I have committed. I wasn’t able to find anything, so now I am contacting you, hoping that you have a solution that will be beneficial to the vegetable community, as a way for myself to move on from this traumatic event. Do you have any suggestions on what I can do?
Hello, Bill. Your situation is all too familiar to veterans of the Vegetable Rights Militant Movement. We feel your pain and many of us share your shame. The social pressure to be cruel to fruits and vegetables is extremely high, as most people are disgustingly and shamefully unaware of the harm they do to our fruit and vegetable cousins on a regular basis, and are so spiritually dead to these innocent life forms that they are seemingly incapable of experiencing empathy for them.
However, Bill, you are awakening and that is the first step to recovery and a life direction of redemption! We have several suggestions, in answer to your question, on what you can do to heal from these traumatizing experiences in your life. Here are a few:
Plant various fruit trees and vegetable plants and DO NOT EAT THE PRODUCE INAPPROPRIATELY
Confront those who have coerced you, and share with them the kinder and more socially responsible way of caring for our fruit and vegetable cousins
Join the VRMM!
If you see someone else being pressured to engage in vegetable cruelty, say something! Â Stand up for them and encourage them to stay strong!
Thank you and bless you for contacting us, Bill, we wish you well on your path to recovery. Â Please write back to us and let us know how things go for you!
People are so ritualistically cruel to mushrooms that fish & wildlife had to make a sign to end the cruelty. Â Normally, alligators would be members of our League of Justice, but they are disavowed for their consumption of fungi.
As Americans all over the world settle in for the Thanksgiving tradition today, we at the Vegetable Rights Militant Movement would like to remind everyone of their duty to defend the most defenseless: our fruit and vegetable cousins.
These lifeforms do not have the advantage of teeth or limbs to fight nor flee. Â Yet onward and upward they strive, ever reproducing and soaking in energy from that glowing orb in the sky. Â Do you hear any complaints?
Now consider the turkey: defenseless? Â Hardly. Â Innocent? Â Ha!
Turkeys consume leaves, grass, roots, berries, seeds, nuts and grains or whatever is available at the time. Some favorite foods are clover, hickory nuts, sunflower seeds and crab apples.
Armed with the knowledge about the evil habits and cruelty engaged in by these feathered fowl, are you now not prepared to stand with us in a call to eat only turkey on Thanksgiving, and spare the spuds? Â Join us. Â Every fruit and vegetable life matters.
In this edition of Questions for Carnivores, Lily writes in requesting help with her cruel sister.Â Let’s see what we can suggest for this dire predicament Lily finds herself in.
My sister is a vegetarian. I have no idea what to do. Sheâ€™s always talking about how my carnivorous life style is animal cruelty, but I hunt all my own meat! Everyday I go out to the vast wilderness and battle to the death for my animal based sustenance. She is such a hypocrite by eating and killing sentient life forms that have no ability to fight back! I hope one day I can show her that the real crime that is being committed is against Vegetables/Fruits and Vegetable/Fruit Cruelty is a tragedy.
Lily, you know what they say about the criminally insane, right?Â They simply have no awareness of the fact that their behaviors are wrong and harm others.Â In the case of your sister, she appears to be criminally insane towards her fruit and vegetable victims.Â She probably doesn’t even see them as victims!
Meanwhile, there you are fighting the good fight against plant killers day in and day out, and she thinks you are the cruel one when, in fact, you are the real hero.
Keep up the good work, Lily, and love your sister but don’t accept her behavior.Â That is how you will eventually succeed in turning her to the cause of our defenseless chlorophyll cousins.