The Burden of Proof Lies with The Meat-Eater


It upsets me when meat-eaters ask me why I am vegan. I often respond by turning the question around and asking…

Why do you eat meat when “we are optimized to eat mostly or exclusively plant foods according to the best evidence?” Humans are biologically herbivores. Source


Why do you eat meat when the average meat-eater is responsible for almost two times as much global warming as the average vegetarian and close to three times that of a vegan? Source
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Why do you promote violence on me (and others) through unnecessary pollution, deforestation, greenhouse gases, and resource waste? Source

Why don’t you want to live as healthy as possible? Q: What’s the best way to prevent death? A: Stop consuming animal products. Source

Why don’t you love animals? Do you not consider animal life to contain consciousness or feel pain? If you did you wouldn’t support the exploitation and killing of them. It is logically inconsistent. Source

Why do you want to support the destruction of our oceans?


Why do you continue to eat meat when even the Journal of Meat Science understands the connection between meat and cancer? Source

We are born vegan. From birth, this culture conditions us in many ways. The burden of proof is not on the vegan to explain why he or she chooses to live this way, instead, the burden is on the meat-eater to explain why it is necessary to eat meat when faced with the above conclusions. Only when a meat-eater can support his or her destruction of conscious life can I consider having respect for them.


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