Carnist logic is oft applied with bias.

For example, it screeches how ethical consumer veganism is a self-deceptive construct of civilization.

Yet it promotes buying from small, local, humane farms, or modern humans doing gardening or permaculture or inventing food forests, with excusing regard for those schemes’ modern human impact. Some of these promotions rely on growing and harvesting human bred animals, while others involve using weapons to hunt animals modern humans have selected to remain in existence.

So which is it? Do anthropocentric schemes only not apply when they involve changing diet and ways of co-existence with other animals? Is consumerist reasoning only worth engaging in when it gives one an ethical excuse to eat birds, fish, and mammals?

No two ways about it.

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