Monday, April 8, 2019

The Queen Steps In: Meghan and Harry's Baby Will NOT Be a Vegan

Queen Elizabeth
Well, it's good to see the crazed lefty's wings clipped on something.

"Meghan wants her baby to be raised a vegan," reveals a palace insider, according to Woman's Day.

But according to royal sources, the Queen is outraged.

Meghan is anti-hunting. Indeed, Prince Harry has stopped hunting since he married Meghan.

According to Woman's Day, the Queen, 92, is well-known for her love of hunting – it's been the palace's prized sport for hundreds of years – bringing up a child in the Windsor household who eats only plant-based foods really goes against the royal grain.

"The Queen won't have it," a source tells Woman's Day.

"It's created tense discussions between Meghan and Harry, who doesn't want to upset his grandmother."

The source continued: "Meghan keeps pushing the boundaries with the royals and it's not being well received, least of all by HM."

"Meghan seems to have little regard for royal traditions but bringing the baby up as a vegan simply won't be tolerated by the monarch."

Harry and Meghan officially moved into Frogmore Cottage in early April, where it is understood a gender-free "vegan" nursery was created for their new baby, reports Woman's Day.

-RW

10 comments:

  1. The thought of a royal having moral qualms about killing animals sure is sweet.

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  2. How odd. Won’t force upon the child a gender, but will force upon it veganism.

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  3. If they have a boy, are they going to give it a gender-neutral circumcision?

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  4. Who, who would have ever picked Harry as the Cuck of the Family? Meghan's gonna get herself Princess Diana'd if she doesn't chill.

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  5. A truly vegan baby will be malnourished and may die. This would be very sad.

    I pity the ignorance of these people; but I also get frustrated with progressives' utter lack of moral courage and intellectual curiosity, and their assuming disregard of the old, tried and good.

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    1. A baby fed with a diet that does not nourish will die. A vegan diet isn't one that will not nourish. There are truly vegan pregnancies, and there are people who were raised vegan from birth. The most cursory search will reveal many of them.

      I understand a lot of vegans are leftists who make all sorts of stupid demands, so I understand the appeal of attacking vegans. But veganism on its own is not inherently lefty. You can be a libertarian and vegan and find a lot overlap between the two, whether from a natural rights perspective or even a private property perspective. Wouldn't a cow value its own body?

      Rothbard did say animals don't have rights but why not? Just because they can't engage in contractual agreements with humans and/or with other animals? Maybe they can't have rights to land property and such but wouldn't they at least have a right to their own body? Do we really have the right to aggress on animals (and we most certainly do aggress on them: http://www.nationearth.com). If you find people eating and/or harming dogs distressing, you can expand on that feeling to imagine why people might become vegans (and be healthy!)

      I share your frustration with lefties, but not your frustration with vegans. Maybe do look into veganism with intellectual curiosity?

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    2. I have a friend who went zealous vegan. She insisted on feeding her toddler baby girl strictly vegan diet after weaning.

      The results aren't pretty: the child looks and behaves like she's half her age. She's underweight and clearly has delayed mental development. It's so bad the pediatrician directly asked never to come to his office again (since the parent insists on veganism for the baby).

      While veganism is OK for adults, the shortage of essential amino acids (notably methionine) is devastating for rapidly growing children. Correct supplementation can help, but vegans are often rabidly anti-pharmacology, too.

      Sorry, both leftism and veganism are mental disorders. They're often comorbid (as is often the case with mental disorders), and both result from seriously over-simplified view of reality based on naive extrapolations and ignorance of second-order effects (too much meat is bad -> no meat must be very good; helping others is good -> we must force everyone to participate, etc, etc).

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  6. I like to eat vegans. Especially moose. I like to shoot them too. Very aggressively.

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