Blasphemous animal rights “Christian” false prophets using select Bible verses to push “ethical vegan” propaganda.

Some of the verses that “Jesus People For Animals” uses to push their ethical vegan propaganda:

“God said, ‘See, I have given you every plant yielding seed that is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree with seed in its fruit; you shall have them for food.’” Genesis 1:29

“O Lord, how manifold are your works! In wisdom you have made them all; the earth is full of your creatures.” Psalm 104:24

“But ask the animals, and they will teach you; the birds of the air, and they will tell you; ask the plants of the earth, and they will teach you; and the fish of the sea will declare to you. Who among these does not know that the hand of the Lord has done this? In his hand is the life of every living thing and the breath of every human being.” Job 12:7-10

“Wild animals and all cattle, creeping things and flying birds. … Let them praise the name of the Lord, for his name alone is exalted; his glory is above the earth and heaven.” Psalm 148:10-13

Well here are some Bible verses that you will never see quoted by these fake Christians:

“Every moving thing that liveth shall be meat for you; even as the green herb have I given you all things.” – Genesis 9:3

“Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils; Speaking lies in hypocrisy; having their conscience seared with a hot iron; Forbidding to marry, and commanding to abstain from meats, which God hath created to be received with thanksgiving of them which believe and know the truth. For every creature of God is good, and nothing to be refused, if it be received with thanksgiving: For it is sanctified by the word of God and prayer.” – 1 Timothy 4:1-5

“Ethical veganism” is nothing but a tool of the Illuminati and the satanic New World Order. Any “Christian” who spews ethical vegan propaganda is an enemy of Christianity and an enemy of Jesus Christ. They are no better than the Romans and the Jews who betrayed Jesus leading to Jesus’ arrest and crucifixion. Every person who spews ethical vegan propaganda in the name of Jesus Christ is an enemy of Christ and pretty much spits on everything that Jesus has done and will continue to do. They are the ones who will gleefully line up to take the antichrist’s Mark of the Beast and sell their everlasting souls to Satan himself.

People like Ingrid Newkirk are satanic to the very core. They are part of the Illuminati deception called “ethical veganism”.

This is precisely why the globalists want to criminalize all criticism of “ethical veganism” and “animal rights” as hate speech. It will not surprise me to see people being thrown in federal prison on hate crimes charges for saying that PETA kills animals and comparing their genociding of animals to the Nazis’ genociding of Jews.


Monsanto-run CSPI’s food “safety” director moving to Monsanto-run FDA.

Caroline Smith DeWaal, longtime director of food safety at the nonprofit Center for Science in the Public Interest, is leaving the organization for a new position at the Food and Drug Administration. DeWaal will be international food safety policy manager at the FDA’s Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition where she will focus on developing systems for improving the safety of imported foods.

While at CSPI, DeWaal focused on reducing pathogens such as Salmonella and E. coli in the food supply, maintaining a comprehensive database of outbreaks of foodborne illness, and advocating for ending the use of medically important antibiotics in animal agriculture. Her greatest achievement was persevering for years in advocating for legislation that ultimately became the landmark FDA Food Safety Modernization Act. She also has presided over the International Association of Consumer Food Organizations.

“Caroline has provided extraordinary leadership as CSPI’s food safety director for more than two decades,” said CSPI executive director Michael F. Jacobson. “She’s provided expertise and guidance while participating in many national and international coalitions and conferences, and she has led the charge to advocate for significant improvements in food safety regulations, funding, and legislation that affects every American. I thank her for her hard work on, and unswerving dedication, to improving the safety of America’s food supply. I know she’ll continue to make significant contributions to a safer food supply in her new position.”

So in other words, Caroline Smith DeWaal is moving from one Monsanto front group – CSPI – to another Monsanto front group – the FDA. But we’re supposed to believe that CSPI and the FDA truly care about food safety, and we’re supposed to believe that anybody who says otherwise – or anybody who believes Monsanto wrote the food safety bill – is a dangerous extremist.

This is more proof of CSPI being a training ground for pro-GMO shills so that when they go to work for the federal government, they help Monsanto dictate official nutrition policy. According to the federal government, GMO foods are good for you, and “anti-GMO conspiracists” are a threat to Monsanto and the globalist “ethical vegan” agenda where everybody will eat their GMO vegan foods or starve to death.


Another phony animal rights group says GMO awareness is a distraction from animal rights.

Switching people from an animal food-centered diet to one based on starches (rice, corn, wheat, potatoes, beans, etc.) would dramatically, and almost overnight, reduce the farming of GMO foods.

LMFAO! Cargill admits that at least 1/3 of its corn crops are GMO crops. Do you know what happens when a GMO crop cross pollinates with a non-GMO crop? It gives rise to a new breed of GMO crop. If you actually think converting to veganism will reduce the farming of GMO crops, then you are foolish as you are stupid. Or are you just paid by Monsanto to spew pro-GMO propaganda?

With this long-overdue change in people’s diets (from animal-sources to starches), a glut of corn and soybeans would flood world markets and the need for GMO food production would be more than halved.

Again, you are wrong. Most of the global corn and soy crops are GMO, and there are already reports of pollen from GMO crops making their way to non-GMO crops. More pro-GMO propaganda paid for by Monsanto and Cargill.

There is no denying that the current epidemics of obesity and sickness in Western civilizations are not caused by GMO foods.

Wrong again, idiot. Are you denying the European scientific reports which link GMO corn and GMO soy to obesity and cancer? Of course you would. You’re a GMO shill.

Our future depends upon us taking actions based upon today’s facts and not upon tomorrow’s fantasies. Efforts refocused off of the GMO distraction and on to reducing livestock production have the potential to save billions of lives from heart disease, diabetes, and cancer—long before the first case of “human GMO disease” is ever reported.

Fantasies? So are you saying that anti-GMO activists are nothing but paranoid conspiracy theorists living in a fantasy world? Why don’t you just say that the anti-GMO movement was created by the meat industry to discredit veganism?

We already have “human GMO disease”. It’s called “pro-GMO vegans”. You pro-GMO vegans are why obesity and cancer and heart disease are at an all-time high. You are ecoterrorists who are paid by globalist scumfucks to defend frankenfood and smear critics of franenfood as “conspiracy theorists”.

Veganism was perfectly fine, but you Monsanto-loving animal rights assholes had to come fuck it up. If anything distracts from veganism, it’s you retarded animal rights assholes with your pro-GMO propaganda.

This is more proof that the animal rights movement was created by Monsanto.


Pro-GMO vegans hijack vegan movement and accuse “anti-GMO conspiracists” of bastardizing veganism.

If you’re like most people, you are probably thinking: “Vegans who like GMOs?! You’ve got to be kidding, right?!”
Well, anti-GMO conspiracists have co-opted the vegan movement and the joke is on us!

There is a vocal minority attempting to co-opt the vegan cause with conspiratorial thinking and junk information on GMO. The best antidote to this misinformation is good critical thinking. Please be sure the source for your information is well-qualified and scientific.

Uh wrong. You GMO shills are the one who co-opted the vegan movement. The original vegan movement was a legitimate grassroots movement which threatened Monsanto’s interests, so they paid you scumfucks to infiltrate the movement and bastardize the vegan movement with your pro-GMO propaganda and your phony animal rights bullshit.

You GMO-shilling cocksuckers don’t give a fuck about the animals.

You GMO-shilling cocksuckers don’t give a fuck about the environment.

You GMO-shilling cocksuckers don’t give a fuck about health and well-being.

The only thing you GMO-shilling cocksuckers care about is your filthy Monsanto hush money.


Fake hippie vegan animal rights activist shows true colors of animal rights movement, says GMO awareness is a distraction from animal rights issues.

Comment: The fake Monsanto-run animal rights movement shows its true colors. So the meat industry created the GMO conspiracy theories to distract from animal rights? Saul Of-Hearts, take your dirty shill money Monsanto, get cancer from GMO soy and choke on it. Shills like you deserve to be slaves and nothing else.


A Hippie’s Defense of GMOs

I’m a vegetarian yoga instructor, and even I can tell the case against genetically modified food is overblown.


Vegan Twitter user “Vegan GMO” takes vegans’ love of GMOs to a whole new level.

Vegan GMO? Vehement pro-GMO vegans on the loose

Jon Law

October 14, 2013

Vegan GMO twitter profile

I became aware of the Vegan GMO website sometime ago during a debate about GMOs on the Moseley Vegans Facebook page. There wasn’t a lot on the site at that time and I ignored it as it was pretty inconsequential other than the fact there were vegans in this world who are pro-GMO. Yes Vegan GMO is a pro GMO website. Vegans come from all walks of life. However a couple of days ago I became embroiled in a Twitter discussion with a couple of the members of Vegan GMO. They are decidedly pro yet claim to be ‘open-minded about genetic engineering and biotechnology’. Vegan GMO are anything BUT open-minded.

Twitter discussion with Vegan GMO

Two conversations came at the same time. The first with a different handle @VeganChicago which concerned a Forbes article on why labelling of GMOs is wrong. It was an astounding article and I thought he’d put it up in a satirical way. But no, he hadn’t. At a similar time I retweeted and old post about why GMOs can never be safe, which is based on a Mercola article. This is when the long drawn out discussion with @VeganGMO began. I have a feeling both Vegan Chicago and Vegan GMO are the same entity. At the same time another bloke joined in, PythagoreanCrank, a contributor to the main Vegan GMO website.

This post is in danger of being very long and rambling, so in the interest of brevity I’ll avoid answering each indiscretion from the Vegan GMO crew. Instead I’ll give a round up (get it…!) of what I am objecting to.

Tabloid tactics or balanced debate?

The tabloid tactics is what I hate about specifically the labelling debate and the whole GMO issue in general. There’s hardly ever a balanced view available, rather you get extreme views, with no corner given. This fails to let the casual observer get the true picture. For the casual observer wanting a balanced view I refer you to this International Business Times report on GMO safety.

This is a balanced report, an open-minded report even. It tells the following story

  • Monsanto are perceived to wield power over congress
  • Monsanto history
  • Roundup, Monsanto’s ‘flagship’ herbiside
  • GM corn resistant to Roundup produced by Monsanto
  • older and current methods of GE
  • GM through plant breeding
  • science for and against the notion GMOs are safe
  • clear evidence of concern with GM products conferring antibiotic resistance
  • less clear evidence regarding the more serious health concerns

And it goes on. As you can see this is a balanced view. You don’t get that balanced view from Vegan GMO. Instead you get tabloid tactics. By this I mean there is no attempt to address any points raised instead there’s a cherry-picking of ‘facts’ without context to make a point, that may or may not be valid. We can’t tell if it’s valid without the context!

Pythagorus Guy commented on one of the posts on here. He complained that I didn’t know the difference between copyright and patent. Admittedly, that was an error on my part but it does not detract from the thrust of that section of the post. Namely, the disgraceful suing of farmers for patent violation because they use their seeds twice. It’s the age old habit of saving seeds from one crop to use next time. It’s grim and ignored by Pythagorus Guy. So two tabloid tactics in one – ignore the main point and suggest the author is incompetent.

The conversation with the main Vegan GMO person involved the continued exclamation of the scientific consensus. Now this may very well be the case. That is, the majority of scientists may very well conclude that GMOs are safe. I will have to look at this closer. However, that doesn’t mean that they are safe. Vegan GMO think so and on their site they provide quotes from pro-GMO people (not just scientists) to back up the claim.

The inference is that if the consensus is pro we all should be pro. But consensus isn’t everything. There are serious safety concerns that cannot be ignored. For these reasons alone we should be careful about GMOs. However, Monsanto have forged ahead with production and it is difficult to avoid GMO soy and corn in America.

Without getting to embroiled in the debate Vegan GMO fail to mention any studies that indicate safety concerns or any scientists that have concerns. They merely dismiss any evidence by quoting experts. To be open-minded these dismissals surely need to be taken in context, at the very least. Better still the opposing view should be included. For instance, the post on the recent pig study, which indicated grave safety concerns was dismissed in the following manner.

  • abstract from original publication
  • specific criticism from an expert

The issue is we have no way of contextualising the criticism. We have no way of knowing how important it is. This is inadequate at best. They should include the reply of the authors of the study. Poor tabloid tactics – only report the cherry-picked part of the story.

More tabloid tactics emerged as the conversation went on. Vegan GMO decided that I couldn’t understand consensus and rather patronisingly provided a explanation. Slipping down to the Sun level of debate now…

Vegan Heath, GMOs and Vegan GMO site

I’m not a fan of GMOs. That is clear to anyone who has read this blog enough. However, I do still think there are possibilities in GE technology that should not be ignored. I simply feel that the current state of affairs is far too inconclusive. While the scientific consensus may very well be pro the is sufficient doubt of GMO safety that I will avoid them and encourage others to do the same.

The argument against GMO safety goes way beyond that mentioned here, I’ve not mentioned the Monsanto influence in congress and the FDA, their intensive lobbying of those bodies and the EU, their tight control of the scientific studies conducted (they have veto rights) and their track record when results are off-message. And that’s avoiding environmental issues. EDIT – nor the testing of GMOs on animals!

The Vegan GMO site is so pro and has such minimal regard for balance that I can only conlcude they are NOT open-minded. In fact, they use tabloid tactics to push their pro agenda. So much so, in fact, I think there’s a good chance they are actually Monsanto stooges. There’s such a minimal vegan emphasis this could easily be the case. Are you even vegan Vegan GMO?

For a great insight into the other side to the pro-GMO argument, something you’ll not find on the Vegan GMO site try this Genetic Roulette post. You’ll be thinking a bit harder afterwards. A great resource for the anti-GMO information can be found at the Roundup Resistance Facebook page. They provided a fabulous list of anti-GMO research which I reproduced on here – this was ignored as irrelevant by Vegan GMO on Twitter.

Use the click to tweet feature to let the vegan GMO crew know what you think, or simple send them a question from above – you’re so pro-GMO, are you even vegan, @veganGMO? or STOP the tabloid tactics @veganGMO.