Vegan HSUS Agenda Revealed

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Vegan HSUS Agenda Revealed
U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance
U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance

Columbus, OH –-( If you wonder to yourself why the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) spends millions of dollars fighting farms, eradicating eggs, howling about hogs, and heckling some of the nation’s top food chains over their menus —then wonder no more.

HSUS wants everyone in America and on Earth to be vegans.

The proof is in Wayne Pacelle’s, HSUS CEO, recent blog. Pacelle snorts that he’s upset because a recent meeting of the United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization would not permit him to present his meatless manifesto —or totally vegan agenda— before the group.

Pacelle claims meat is responsible for environmental problems on Earth, climate change, and nearly anything he can point to and blame. Pacelle squawks that his meatless manifesto should have been at the top of the international sustainable development conference section of the United Nation’s list.

Then Pacelle goes on to rail against meat, eggs, and milk. Next, he blasts farming as irresponsible and credits farming with water shortages, poverty and other woes. Odd, but the HSUS has been forcing their animal rights programs on farms for years. But in all this anti-meat mean mouthing, the table is set for the ultimate HSUS endeavor —fund raising. Yes, Pacelle asks readers and followers for funds to further this vegan agenda.

According to Pacelle: “From our perspective, climate change is an animal welfare issue as much as an environmental one, and it’s an increasingly important focus of work for both The HSUS and Humane Society International. Rising meat consumption is also a significant driver of factory farming, which threatens food security (especially for the poor), water security, public health, and the sustainability of rural communities.”

Finally the HSUS followers are encouraged to sign up for a HSUS weekly vegan newsletter. Oops, Pacelle forgot to mention that HSUS has bought shares of Hardees, McDonald’s Wendy’s and other type restaurants where diners enjoy MEAT-based dishes and sandwiches.

And you just thought HSUS was opposed to factory farms and hunting. Think again —and tell at least 10 other folks this week about the HSUS vegan agenda.

The U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance is a national association of sportsmen and sportsmen's organizations that protects the rights of hunters, anglers and trappers in the courts, legislatures, at the ballot, in Congress and through public education programs. Visit

  • 15 thoughts on “Vegan HSUS Agenda Revealed

    1. @terry make fun all you want but vegans are a threat, no one should have to feel they are not welcome to kill animals and eat their meat, it is who we are, we are predators, some of us may be happy to pay others to do the killing and wrap it in plastic foil, but they still enjoy meat. Veagans are not content to let others live their lives, they want to force us to change, and for that we can not let them get off, it is good to see HSUS called out for the threat they are.

    2. This is called the ‘Vegan Derangement Disorder Disorder’.
      Symptoms MUST include…but are not limited to…

      1.A morbid fear that a secret cabal of powerful Tofudians are waiting to take away the sufferers dinner.

      2. An unshakable belief that USDA Sec. Tom Vilsack is engaged in secret snookums with Wayne Pacelle.

      In addition, the sufferers of VDDD invariably slept through economics class.

      Sadly, we are observing more and more cases of Vegan Derangement Disorder Disorder and there is talk within the psychiatric community of adding VDDD to the DSM-IV in 2014.

    3. You are kidding me. You do know that the HSUS director of outreach is a pig farmer, right? And that the HSUS endorses not one but two different humane meat labels? And that 95% of HSUS members along with a good proportion of its employees eat meat? If you aren’t aware of these facts, you need to do some basic research.

    4. How come we don’t a commercial or two that tells the G.D. truth HUH!!!!! You got these sorry cute country singers and damn sad pix talkkin’ bout givin’19 bucks a month for what zyclon B?

    5. The point of articles like this is to point out that Vegans, Greens, Global Warming Believers, Animal Rights Groups & Preservationist are all part of the same communist mind-set, and more interested in using force of law to make people have to live by their ideals, they are all traitors to freedom and not welcome in the USA.

    6. Could someone please find the blog post that is referenced here? I personally have no use for the HSUS, but I want facts, not just heresay. I did a quick Google search and found nothing from any of Purcelle’s blogs.

    7. Meatless Monday is a non-profit initiative of The Monday Campaigns Inc. in association with the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
      During World War I, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration urged families to reduce consumption of key staples to help the war effort. Conserving food would support U.S. troops as well as feed populations in Europe where food production and distribution had been disrupted by war. To encourage voluntary rationing, the FDA created the slogan “Food Will Win the War” and coined the terms “Meatless Monday” and “Wheatless Wednesday” to remind Americans to reduce intake of these products.
      Meatless Monday was restarted in 2003 as a public health awareness program. The campaign was endorsed by the Center for a Livable Future (a division of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health) as well as over 20 public health schools.

    8. Pesky thing, that First Amendment. Leads people to believe they can speak freely on all kinds of Vegan, Green, Global Warming, Animal Rights, and Preservation stuff.

      Yes, exercising the First Amendment right to free speech is definitely frowned on by the American Constitution. We want none of that free thought rubbish here in America! Those traitors should be silenced immediately and deported.

      *Unless we agree with them. And then it’s ok.

    9. Some claim veganism is “green,” and that a vegan lifestyle minimizes impact on the environment. Others claim is saves animals lives. But does it? Unfortunately for the ethical vegan, the production of their food alone reduces their claim to impossibility. Animals are killed in untold millions, in the course of plant agriculture. Some are killed accidentally in the course of mechanized farming; some are killed deliberately in the course of pest control. Animals are killed, every day. Every potato, every stick of celery, every cup of rice, and every carrot has a blood trail leading from field to plate. It turns out that a non-vegan diet causes less environmental impact than a vegan diet, for one reason: Food for livestock can be grown on land that is too poor for growing crops for human consumption. Methods in farming have changed substantially since the 70s and the original study claiming animals contribute to greenhouse gases was admitted to be in error with the amount far less than first stated, so low in fact that the new numbers are considered to have minimal impact. Raising animals on pasture lands which is done for most of their lives is far more green and decent to the animals who share that pasture than to the animals that inhabit a rice paddy or a wheat field. 3 out of 5 human beings cannot digest plant protein and we now find that not only do human being require meat for a health life, but that the arterial plaque is 85% processed vegetable oils and the remaining is animal fat which one needs to keep the arteries flexible, but by adding vegetable oils you harden the animal fat. Moderate eating is the key to good health not fad diets that are extreme.

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