Let Children Starve Rather Than Eat Meat Say Veggie Fascists


Pupils at a new school are only allowed to eat vegetarian lunches and are banned from bringing in their own food. The veggie policies at The Swan School in Summertown, Oxford, have been criticised by parents, one of whom said her daughter ‘came home hungry’ after the academy opened on Monday.

The Oxford state school has a completely vegetarian canteen and pupils have no alternative but to eat the hot meal on offer, although there are a couple of meat or fish options available for snacks during break time.

ANOTHER Mum who did not want to be named told tabloid paper The Sun: ‘The only thing about this school is the vegetarian food – my daughter came home today very hungry. I’ve heard that a lot of children were very hungry as well – there should be option at dinner time [to] eat meat, I’ve never known a school to be like this.’

Options on the Swan School’s menu include lentil lasagne, minted pea and feta frittata and Quorn sausage and potato bake. Headteacher Kay Wood said the main reason to serve vegetarian meals is to serve better quality for the same money, reduce carbon footprint and allow students of all faiths to sit together

Parents were made aware of the vegetarian policy prior to admission and the menu is believed to be a first for an Oxford state school.

She stressed the decision to provide vegetarian meals ‘isn’t a judgement of people who eat meat or an attempt to make our students vegetarian.’

Ms Wood added: ‘Packed lunches are not banned because the students might bring in meat – we don’t allow them because we want all the children and staff to eat together and engage at lunchtime. Which suggests to us they are as dead set against individualism as they are against healthy lunches for teenagers. Authoritarian wankers.

But Veggie fascism is not confined to Britain. In France, a new law has just been passed requiring all schools to offer at least one fully vegetarian lunch
day per week. But how long to we think it will stay at one per week? Until Monsieur Macron next thinks a bit more virtue signalling with help prop up his abysmal poll ratings?


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Vegetarian Corbyn And Lardarse Abbott Were Lovers

As lefties carry on grizzling about Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn not singing the Royal Anthem (they don’t even know that God Save The Queen is not actually the national anthem) was yesterday a bigger story than The Conservatives voting to cut tax credits which, the loonies claim will ‘plunge thousands of families into poverty [wong, because a) we knew about that in April, and b) it will only significantly affect houseolds with annual incomes over £40k ], today’s Corbyn story is much better.

It has been revealed that weirdie beardie, vegetarian matchstick man Jezza and Tub Of Lard MP Diane Abbott were one lovers.


We can see from the picture why the affair did not last. Jeremy is a stereotypical sandal wearing, tree hugging tofu scoffer who looks like a good meal would kill him, Diane looks likes she has enjoyed a few too many large helpings of curried goat with rice and peas, steak and chips or pie and mash.

The Empathic Chickens Are Coming To Empathise With You.

Domestic chickens display signs of empathy, the ability to ”feel another’s pain” that is at the heart of compassion, a gobsmaking scientific study has found. The discovery has important implications for the welfare of farm and laboratory animals, say the researchers.
Chickens Can Feel Each Other’s PainI’ve just completed a month of veganism which I agreed to do this after an challenge on this blog from a passionate advocate of the vegan lifestyle. How did I get on? If you want some detail, you can listen to an interview that I did on a local radio station by clicking here, but in essence, I had a challenging but enjoyable month. I even ended up recording a vegan video recipe for the Veggievision website.

Veganism is an extreme form of vegetarianism; not only is meat banned, but so are all food items derived from animals. No milk or dairy products, no eggs, and not even any honey.

A comment on Wedderburn’s article says:

I am not Vegan but Vegetarian. For me its simple logic that mass slaughter of animals is morally wrong. No one drilled this in to me. Im not a member of any animal rights organisations. I just dont eat meat because I know the majority of animals about to be slaughtered will experience absolute terror, and well I like animals. From the moment they are born to the second they are slaughtered their lives are spent in perpetual misery. Surely anyone with even the smallest amount of intelligence (or empathy) could see this is wrong.

I believe a lot of people bury the idea that Cows, sheep, pigs dont feel, dont think, and dont matter way back in the recesses of their minds. They wont let the moral side through because if it meant stopping their meat eating ways they think it would mean inconvenience in their lives.

Now I am not going to argue against anyone being vegetarian on principle, their moral choices are entirely up to them. My reservation about the meat trade is not the eating of animals, we did not get to the top of the food chain by being nice to our predators back in the days when our ancestors knuckles dragged on the ground. I do have a prpblem with factory farming though and so my wife and I pay more to buy from a local butcher in a small village in order to make sure the animals have not been kept in darkness, fed hormone enriched feeds and brought to preternatural physical maturity as the products found on supermarket shelves have.

OK they still get killed and eaten. But before humans were atound how many vegetarian, animal rights supporting lions and wolves were there in the world?

Pete Wedderburn’s vegan experiment is all very well but did he faithfully follow these rules: Source no food that has been grown, transported, processed, sold, in any circumstances where meat-eaters or meat-eating has played any part.

Switch off your fridge too, walk naked, take no transportation, move out of your house, live in a field being careful not to crush any insects.

Only plant materials to make clothes assuming land could be devoted to growing things not required to food.

Those would be conditions of true veganism.

The variety and quantity of plant material needed to build and sustain the Human body would be huge, particularly through childhood and where hard physical labour is required – which would be so in a Vegan World – and where the most concentrated and readily digestible protein source, animal or fish flesh – are not available. Given that most vegans are Warmageddonists who would shut down the oil wells and coal mines at the drop of a hat we would have no tractors, 4 x 4s, quad bikes or steam engines to do the hard graft. Horses or Oxen tamed to the plough would be anathema to vegans as it is exploitation of animals.

So it would be back to spades, hoes and weheel barrows, (did you hear about the American tourist who thought a Dutch hoe was an Amsterdam prostitute?) very labour intensive food production, lots of water requirement, and many hours spent eating, chewing and digesting. This was fine in the neolithic era when there were probably less than ten million humans in the enture world. Seven billion of us squabbling over scraps of land on which to grow lentils presents a nightmare vision of an unsustainable future however.

Veganism is a self-indulgent lifestyle – like its family member Environmentalism – only possible on the back of a normal, omnivorous Human existence. I have nothing against vegans, I am self indulgent in different ways and they have as much right to their beliefs as anybody. The evangelical vegans who write in The Guardian (where else) that to impose veganism by law is the only way to save the planet are as crazy as scientologists however.

Had Veganism been viable in evolutionary terms, then Mankind would have evolved as such because it is much less dangerous than going out to kill a Woolly Mammorth or a Giant Aurochs armed with aonly a thick stick. And if such a lifestyle were so successful the Third World, mostly vegetarian though not by choice, would be thriving, instead it is not, because its cannot grow enough plant food to feed itself effectively.

Do we really need scientists to tell us animals can empathise with one another. Is this not absolutely obvious to all? Sure, animals can empathise, the biological academy are resistant to the idea of morphic resonance but the real world evidence is overwhelming. Anyone who has kept dogs or cats or any other pets will be aware they communicate on levels not available to us. Anyone who has watched a flock of starlings or shoal of fish behave as one single creature will know something is going on that defies logical explanation.

So, question: Given that the work of biologist Rupert Sheldrake on Morphic Resonance suggests that plant life like animal life has a morphic field, can we be certain that carrots do not scream in pain when ripped forcibly from the earth or that cabbages feel nothing when we cut through their stalks?

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Kangaroo Farts: A Weapon Against Climate Change

Forget about coal – fired power stations, car exhaust fumes and methane from melting permafrost in the tundra, the thing that is driving the planet towards destruction is your appetite for beef. The more beef we want to eat, the more cattle we need to breed. “So what?” You might well ask.

The problem with cattle is they spend a lot of time farting, their lives consist of eating grass and pumping methane into the atmosphere and methane is a seventy times more potent greenhouse gas than Carbon Dioxide.

So your steaks and burgers are one of the biggest causes of global warming.

Now you may think this all has a whiff of bullshit about it but, trust me, it is scientifically sound.

Obviously we have to act to check the ever increasing amounts of beef we eat but what should we do? If we all switch to a vegetarian diet we will be creating the methane that cattle are creating on our behalf now.

There is an answer however. We can switch to Kangaroo meat. Kangaroos can do well on very poor quality grazing and per kilo bodyweight the only fart one twentieth of the methane domestic cattle make.

A fart from a domestic cow or bull sounds something like this:
A Kangaroo fart by comparison is just the phft on the end.

A switch to Kangaroo meat has dietary advantages too. It is lower in saturated fats and higher in protein than beef. And Kangaroos do not need their diets supplemented with grain and root crops. It is environmentally friendly, healthy and sustainable. Who says so? The Australian Department Of Agriculture. Well who else would have so much expertise in kangaroo farming.

It is entirely coincidental that much of Australia’s cattle pastures are in areas rapidly becoming too dry for cattle farming.

Should you decide to try Kangaroo meat how should it be served?

With Mexican Jumping Beans of course.

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Life in Mars and Elsewhere

Recently we reported on the shock decision to put dead animals (well bit of them) in Mars Bars, news that has greatly upset vegetarian sugar addicts.
Now we can confirm that the situation in the ongoing war on meat is worse than anybody imagined.
The makers of BOVRIL have recently abandoned an innovative beef free recipe and reintroduced essence of dead cow into their product. The vegetarian Bovril was intended to compete with similar to Marmite.

Vegetarian BOVRIL for fuck’s sake.

Its called Bovril with the bov signifying not bovvered (although veggies may be) but bovine as in “relatng to cows. To sell something called Bovril that does not have dead cows in it probably contravenes European trade regulations. You know, like Wensleydale Cheese has to have a bit of Dale Winton it it and Westphalian ham has to be made from western phalluses.

We can assure you Marmite is not made from extract of Marmosets. It just tastes as if it is.

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Life In Mars

Shock Horror! Vegetarians are up in arms about news that dead animals are to be put in Mars Bars.
The question that must be asked is not why Mars ?Bars need to have squirrels and badgers put in the mix but what are veggies, who are always ranting about the alleged health benefits of a meat free diets doing munching anything as unhealthy as Mars Bars (and if you are particularly pedantic you might ask what the hell the MILK chocolate coating is actually made from)
Boggart Blog advice for a healthy diet is simply this: don’t worry whether it has four legas and a furry face, two legs and wings, no lega and scales or leaves and roots, or it comes from windowless factories full of stainless steel machinerey and vats of chemical gloop, if it looks like shite and smells like shite dDON’T EAT IT!

It is worth notinh that the benefits of a vegetaran dietary regimes were first exponded nearly two hundred years ago by Reverend William Cowherd.

The Compassionate Vegetarian

Paul Blanchard, a member of York City Council is campaigning to have pate de fois gras banned in the city’s restaurants.
In his campaign literature Cllr. Blanchard describes himself as a “compassionate vegetarian.”
What other kind is there, you might well ask. Are there Bloodthirsty Bastard vegetarians? We think not, but if there were such a thing as a merciless, inhumane vegetarian what kind of behaviour might qualify people as such. Might they, for example, force a mummy turnip to look on as her little turnips were boiled alive?

Heather McCartney Vegan – She’s pulling your leg.

For a long time criticism of the McCartneys was a media taboo, Paul is such an all round good guy and ayway we are running out of Beatles much too quickly. And to attack Heather, suggesting she might be a publicity hungry gold – digger was to attack Paul. Since the marriage break – up however, the tabloids have declared open season on H Mills – McCartney. This gives Boggart Blog an chance to bring to you an exclusive report of a conversation that took place on the patio of the McCartney home and was overheard by Jenny Greenteeth as she was lurking in a ditch on the estate. Jenny recalled the exchanges verbatim while under hypnosis.

Heather, come ‘ead, its lunchtime an’ Stella’s in the kitchen warming up some of R.Linda’s vegan lobscouse. D’y’ fancy some or wha’

Howway man, vea – gan lobscouse, gerroutovit, ah’m on a low – carb diyet. Ah’m gaan hav’ some raw beebeh see-al.

Yer norravin baby seal again are ya, yer’ve ‘ad a lorra baby seal this week.

Whyaye man, its me favo. The eskimos knaw a thing or twa aboot foo-ad.

Burrit doesn’t fit our image chuck, not with me owning R. Linda’s vegetarian ready meals an’ all that.

Image be buggered, weez at hyem man, giower workin’ yersel’.

Well OK chuck, but could yer tek the ‘ed off, I ‘ate to see them big sad eyes starin’ up at me from the plate.

Howway yer big nancy. Did yer say Sstella’s in the kitchen (SHOUTS) Hey, sparrasankles, are yer gerrin uz some scan?

Stella (off):
Are you addressing me?

Haad yer gob wi’ that posh talk lady, Ah’m yer mam noo ye knaw. Gi’ me ony lip an’ ah’ll clatter yer lugs.
You will never be my mother, you’re just a gold digging slag who has her claws in R. Da’.

Paul, are you gaan kick her arse or am I…..Right, yer coppin’ oot as usual. You lady, ootside noo. If ah want tae eat a seal bairn I’ll feckin’ eat one.

Though titty, there’s none left. The only rotting carcass in your fridge is a chicken.

Fine, ah’ll have a leg.

Don’t talk to Stel like that. Listen chuck, there’s something I’ve been gorra say, in this family we are committed vegetarians. We take vegetables seriously.

Yer kiddin’ man, I knaw yer didda single wi’ Michael Jackson but that wez years ago.

No, vegetables as in food.

Howway man, yer divvn’t caal that mung bean shite food dee ye. Meat is propah scran.

Me an’ R.Linda both believed we have no right to make living creatures suffer for our benefit.

Heather: Dee yer mean yer stoppin’ mekkin records then, pet?

Lost Weekend

You are in a small hotel in a remote part of Wales. It is Sunday, the pubs are closed, the nearest KFC or Pizza Hut is fifty miles away. There is only one other guest in the place and he looks like the kind of person who would have a freezer full of dead heads in his kitchen. Worse than that, he is wearing those awful lycra shorts favoured by cyclists and a helmet that makes him look like a penguin that walks backwards. Worse still, on his garish lycra top he sports a “meat is murder” badge… Read the full post of Lost Weekend

A visit to Wales will not be an ordeal. The place is delightful. When your appetite with a pictorial tour of The Land Of Druids And Dragons