This is what happens when SJW’s don’t have any red meat in their diet


A group of nutty vegan protestors trespassed inside a Melbourne steakhouse and harassed customers and staff proving that a lack of red meat not only affects your iron levels but it also makes some SJW Vegans stark raving mad as well.

A protest outside a business is fine and quite legal but these tofu sucking, vege-heads decided to ruin everyone’s enjoyment of their delicious steak dinners by barging into a restaurant and yelling ridiculous slogans at them.

[…] Thirty-five activists from Direct Action Everywhere Melbourne and Melbourne Cow Save Animal Liberation Army entered the Rare Steakhouse on King St in the CBD at around 6.30pm “to speak up for animals where their dead bodies were being consumed”.

In a video posted to Facebook, the group can be seen protesting on both levels of the restaurant as around 25 bemused customers eat their dinner.

These nutters think that yelling at people will change their minds. They have the arrogance and certainty of youth, unaware that the vast majority of them will be back to eating meat despite their lofty principles within the next decade. You can care about treating animals humanely and still eat them but these guys are extremists. Look at their black and white rhetoric.

“In order to create change in our society, we must challenge current belief systems and force people to take a side — oppression or justice, cruelty or compassion,” Melbourne Cow Save wrote on Facebook. “There is no humane way to kill someone who does not want to die.”

Rare Steakhouse venue manager Arryanne McIntosh said the group had loudspeakers and “were repeating propaganda and stuff relating to consumption of meat”.

“It was hard to communicate with them,” she said. “I asked who was in charge and one lady said, ‘We all are.’ We were trying to talk to them but they were quite in-your-face with talking and speaking over the top of you — they were very loud, yelling.”

Ms McIntosh said staff called the police, who took about 15 minutes to arrive. She described it as a “very upsetting situation” for customers and staff. “You’re coming in for dinner and spending X amount of money — you don’t want people yelling in your face,” she said.

“There were a couple of tables that were very upset, to be honest, one table in particular was very emotional. We just did the best we could to calm the people, give them comfort that the police were coming.”

She said her staff handled the situation well, but “a couple of them were really upset” that the protesters were pushing video cameras in their faces even though they asked not to be filmed.[…]

-NZ Herald

 


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