Vegetarians Face Tax Increases for Increasing their CARBON-hydrate Footprint!

Funny story written by Clifford Rutley

Thursday, 10 July 2008

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Time's Up Veggie!

We've all started to feel the oppressive tyranny wolf that is dressed up in the sheep's clothing of enviro-MENTAL-ism and now it is the veggies turn with the new carbon taxes on all vegetable produce.

Carbohydrates ('hydrates' of carbon) are the most abundant of the major food groups, which also include proteins and fats. In fact, carbon is the major building block of all life on earth and if it wasn't for carbon, life probably wouldn't exist. But this doesn't stop enviro-MENTAL-ists from trying to tax and control it. In fact, many believe that more carbon is beneficial, as it would increase plant growth and oxygen output and feed many of the world's starving millions and its effects on climate change are negligible at best - next to the dominance of water vapor and sun cycles.

Now it's the vegetarians turn to feel the hypocrisy, causing many of them to become confused as they run around shouting, 'Error, Error, Error,' like the simpleton brain washed robot fools that they are. They simply can't figure out why they have now been classed as killers of the planet, along with the rest of humanity and all other life, when they thought they were doing the complete opposite for years - especially by not eating meat.

Many have turned 180 degrees and have started gorging on meat of all kinds and some extremists have even turned to cannibalism, under the deluded notion that all life must be killing the Gaia Earth spirit, including the exceedingly fluffy cute types.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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