Disclaimer: I have no problem with vegans who keep it to themselves and who went vegan for ethical reasons only. However, I absolutely despise the crazy radical ones.
Veganism – at first glance, it’s a noble philosophy, which aims to completely exclude the use of animal products, be it food, clothes, make-up or everything in-between.
However, with the amount of absolutely crazy individuals who use radical methods of fear mongering and misinformation to convert people into following their belief, one would think vegans are completely mental.
I’m one of them. I firmly believe that veganism is no more than a cult. A cult of mentally unstable people, who will do whatever it takes to scare you into avoiding animal products. First, let’s establish what a cult is, then I’ll proceed to my top reasons why veganism is one.
A cult is a religious or social group with socially deviant or novel beliefs and practices. 
Social group, check.
Socially deviant, check.
With that out of the way, here are my reasons why veganism is a radical cult of delusional individuals, who don’t agree with anyone besides those who promote their agenda.
1. Vegans believe they are changing something
I don’t get why, but vegans actually believe that by avoiding meat they are saving animals and the planet.
They think that whenever someone becomes a vegan every single slaughterhouse gets a memo reminding them that they no longer have the need to slaughter any more animals.
They actually don’t think about the fact that the goal of every company is growth. If a company notices a trend of decreased meat consumption, they will simply export more, or find other ways to grow. The company won’t suddenly turn vegan and start producing broccoli.
According to various surveys, only 0.5-1 percent of people are actually vegan, which is not enough to even make a dent in the agriculture industry. No matter how many times they scream “meat is murder”.
In fact, if you become a vegan without notifying your local factory first, you contribute to the destruction of our planet. You know why? Because the meat industry counted on YOU to buy that steak and now it will go to waste because of YOU!
Thanks to you – vegans – the animal had to die and its’ delicious product went to waste. So you actually did more harm than good! How cruel is that?
2. They choose to ignore scientific evidence
The majority of vegans I encountered pretty much completely ignore scientific evidence that are pro-animal products. Their most used argument is that such studies are sponsored by the “corporations”.
They don’t mention which corporations exactly, but they are 120 percent sure that these studies are sponsored by them. So if a vegan says so, it must be true!
By the way, let’s ignore 2.5 million years of meat consumption and just blame every disease on animal products, because reasons, right?
Even the fact that it’s impossible to get B12 in a vegan diet without supplementation, does not ring any bells to them at all. Screw science and your own well-being! Better create your own reality with your own “science”.
That reminds me… a lot of vegans actually believe that humans are herbivores. Just writing this made me facepalm a few times (now my face hurts). The fact that our closest relatives – chimpanzees and bonobos – are omnivores does not mean anything to them whatsoever.
Millions and millions of years of evolution are just sponsored by the “corporations”, so it’s all fake and made up.
This is great example of cult like behavior and delusion – purposely spreading misinformation just to promote veganism.
3. Vegan cult leaders are absolutely insane
The majority of vegan leaders I encountered are completely mental. For example, one of the most popular vegan YouTubers is a very, very sick person named Freelee, The Banana Girl (Leanne Ratcliffe).
She is a vegan advocate who believes that “meat-eaters” do not deserve to live. Skip to 0:17, but I encourage you to watch the whole thing, because it’s hilarious and sad at the same time.
You would think that she makes this stuff up, but no. She actually believes in what she says. Even her story of becoming a vegan is completely bananas. Pun intended!
Another popular vegan advocate is Vegan Gains who is an absolutely unstable individual who needs to be put into a mental institution. This video is pretty much self-explanatory. Skip to 3:40.
No comments. In fact, the guy even threatened to kill another YouTuber, which resulted in a ban of his Twitch channel. Which makes me wonder if there’s something missing in the vegan diet that causes such abnormal behavior.
And I think the ultimate cult leader of veganism is a guy called Gary Yourofsky. It’s no surprise that Freelee is inspired by Gary’s work and ultimately worships him.
But the amount of “crazy” coming from that guy is beyond comprehension. Watch until the end. The guy is so mental that he has been actually banned from entering Canada and Britain.
4. Vegans use propaganda and fear mongering tactics
Apparently, every disease, natural disaster, crime and war happens for a reason. And that reason is meat. I lost count of how many ridiculous and plain stupid arguments vegans spew out of their mouth, just to make someone stop consuming meat.
Vegans blame absolutely everything on animal products. I’ve been actually told by a vegan that I will have erectile dysfunction, some type of cancer and will die at the age of 40 (guess, I have not much left to live), because I eat meat.
Many vegans also celebrated when a popular YouTuber – Furious Pete – went through his 2nd battle with cancer. He even had to address all the vegan hate comments in a separate video. That just shows how truly “compassionate” the vegan community is.
Also, one of the most popular vegan propaganda tactics is to show animal torture porn called Earthlings. Basically, it’s a bunch of videos of mentally ill people who worked at slaughterhouses and loved torturing animals to death.
Vegans use this movie to shock gullible and impressionable teenage girls into veganism and it works wonders. However, if you watch actual videos of slaughterhouses, it’s a completely different story.
5. Most vegans are hypocrites
It’s already funny how a turned vegan will never shut up about being vegan. But what’s even more hilarious how a compassionate vegan – who is against animal cruelty and for saving the planet – drives a luxury car with leather seats, rare wood trims and a 500+ hp engine.
It happens all the time, that’s because most vegans are complete hypocrites. Another example of vegan hypocrisy is when they start eating vegan products from the same company that produces meat, eggs, or dairy.
A good example of this is Ben & Jerry’s vegan ice cream. Now when a vegan gets called out on this he will either ignore you completely (or ban you), or he will come up with some generic excuse like “well, what can you do?”
Apparently, vegans don’t understand that by buying vegan ice cream they are literally giving money to the same company, which “murders” thousands and thousands of animals every day.
Also, a lot of them don’t understand how much good the animals bring to the society. There are hundreds and hundreds of things that are made out of animals besides clothes and food. Just take a look here and here.
Vegans go as far as buying vegan knives and vegan condoms, just to make them feel special. Isn’t that absurd?
6. Vegan advice can be detrimental to your own health
Fortunately, this does not happen very often, but sometimes a vegan will follow the vegan doctrine so blindly that eventually it will lead either to their own harm or harm of others.
There’s absolutely no way I am going to feed my child a vegan diet, no matter how many animals “suffer” every day. In fact, I would go as far as murdering all the animals in the world, just to make sure that my kid has everything he needs to thrive… and to piss off vegans of course.
Another sad example of this was Jennifer Faulisi, who believed that Gerson therapy (basically vegan juicing) could cure her breast cancer, which lead to her death full of pain and suffering.
7. Veganism is a religion under the U.S. law
According to some surveys ethical veganism may be actually a religion under some laws. So I’ll just leave this here.
A survey was administered during fall 2013 to 163 self-identified adult ethical vegans and/or ethical vegetarians in the United States to determine whether the respondents+ beliefs meet the definition of religion according to U.S. federal law. The data demonstrate that a majority of the surveyed group possesses beliefs concordant with the definition of “religion” according to federal statutes, federal judicial tests, and regulatory law. 
8. Even religion is pro-meat
It’s actually quite surprising to me, but even the world’s best selling book – the Bible – is pro-meat. I don’t really believe in God, but it’s funny how even the most worshiped entity supported consuming animal products.
Here are some examples:
“And while they still did not believe for joy, and wondered, He said to them, ‘Have you any food here?’ And they handed to Him a piece of a broiled fish and of a honeycomb. And He took it and ate before them” (Luke 24:41-43; also read John 21:9-14 MKJV).
11 The Lord said to Moses and Aaron, 2 “Tell the Israelites: These are the animals you can eat: 3 If an animal has hooves that are split into two parts, and if that animal also chews the cud, then you may eat the meat from that animal.
But if you want to have a good laugh on religion versus veganism I suggest reading this article. It’s quite amusing. Spoiler alert, veganism does not win.
In a nutshell
While I get why certain people decide to go vegan, I absolutely don’t understand how spreading misinformation, lies, hate speech and death threats benefits the vegan community.
But since veganism is a cult of delusional lunatics, I guess every tactics is good.
Have you encountered any vegans in your life? Are you a vegan and why? Tell me in the comments below!