Posted by: Pastor Terry Hagedorn | April 25, 2011

PETPEEV ignored!

Why didn’t the Dominion-Post give equal front-page coverage to the churches that were approached by PETPEEV (People for the Ethical Treatment of Plants and Every Edible Vegetable) demanding to have their propaganda included in their Sunday bulletins?

PETPEEVers and other meatans (people who only eat meat, take vitamin supplements and drink mineral water) ask, “If God wanted us to eat vegetables, why didn’t He make them out of meat?” What better place to ask that question than in a church service?

PETPEEV founder I. M. Nutz declares, “Plants, as other non-human persons, have rights! And, they do not deserve to be yanked out of the ground, cut down, cut up, baked, boiled or pureed! Research scientists at the prestigious Zarr Chasm Medical Center have proven that plants, including vegetables, feel pain when subjected to trauma such as being yanked out of the ground, peeled, cooked, and eaten. Veggies and plants initiate a massive hormone and chemical barrage internally when they suffer any kind of injury. This response is akin to the nerve response and endorphin release when an animal is injured. Only a vegan bias could cause one to ignore the similarities.”

Other agencies and the sum total of the world’s hard-core vegetarians (known as vegans) registered formal complaints against the research. Their team of lawyers has already submitted a motion to have the results of the research destroyed or sealed. Others fear the damage has already been done. A spokesman said, “This is bad for us. Most of our members haven’t eaten anything since hearing about the results. Our lawyers are looking into suing God, but concede that the suit will probably get nowhere.”

One pastor, who was approached by PETPEEV to have their literature given out in his church’s bulletin, asked, “One wonders, if they would include, “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. John 3:16 in all their literature–with contact information to Gospel preaching churches?


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