This chef is my kind of guy:
Animal rights activists were in for a grisly surprise over the weekend when protesters in front of a popular Toronto restaurant were treated to a live demonstration on how to properly butcher the hind quarter of a deer.
Chef Michael Hunter is co-owner of Antler, a restaurant that serves “local seasonal and wild foods” that are native to Canada, “such as bison, boar, rabbit, duck and deer.” When vegan protesters returned to his restaurant for the fourth time in recent days with signs bearing messages like “animals are not ours to use,” “killing and eating animals is horrifying” and “MURDER,” Hunter decided to conduct a little protest of his own.
A Toronto-based animal rights activist filmed and gave running commentary as the chef went about his work on the other side of a giant picture window.
“To taunt the activists, he’s brought the leg of a recently murdered deer,” the activist, Len Goldberg, whined plaintively as fellow protesters held a sign under the meat-cutting display that read, “MURDER.” He noted that Hunter was butchering the animal on a table meant for diners.
“Don’t even know if this is legal for him to be doing this,” Goldberg fretted. “I don’t know what he thinks this will achieve.”
I used to tolerate vegans. Then YouTube channel had multiple nasty vegans show up and tear into me. Now I’ve gone from tolerant to active opposition. We are made to eat meat and I am convinced the lack of proper nutrition is messing with vegan’s brains. Their testosterone-dampening diets aren’t helping either.
Then again, meat-eaters do have their excesses…