Amazing how non-vegans who are 99% inconsistent when it comes to ethics will try to find the .01% inconsistency of a vegan and use it to irratonally justify their full-blown, intentional, violent actions. Example: “Those car tyres you’re using contain stearic acid, so I’m going to eat 4 steaks tonight, then shop for a new fur coat…What’s that? There’s no vegan tyres on the market? Well, then you should be walking 35 miles each way to work…I’ll wave as I drive by in my new SUV that gets 8 MPG.”
I know, right? It’s awful.
People love pointing out the faults of others, but when it comes to their own…
A little less than willing to jump on the bandwagon.
Not saying vegans are perfect by any means, but…
It is quite irritating.
Yes, it can be extremely frustrating. The best response is, “I’m attempting to decrease suffering significantly, but unfortunately, I can’t control extenuating factors (e.g. the composition of the road).” Additionally, if they’re religious or political, I find it useful to bring up inconsistencies with their beliefs as a parallel.
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