NY Mayor to Force ‘Meatless Mondays’

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I wonder if they should call it “Brainless Monday.” But that would imply the presence of a brain elsewhere in the week.

Demonstrating once again that there is no aspect of life so mundane, so trivial, but that Democrats lust to control it, New York Mayor “Bill De Blasio” (real name, Warren Wilhelm Jr.) has announced that he will enforce “Meatless Monday” at all the city’s public schools (https://www.dailywire.com/news/44523/nyc-mayor-bill-de-blasio-announces-meatless-emily-zanotti).

Why? Oh, come on. “To Save The Earth,” he intones. “To Keep Our Planet Green For Generations To Come.” “Because I’m a big shot and I can do whatever I like.” Oops, strike that last remark.

And so there will be “all-vegetarian menus” at all the city’s public schools on every Monday, beginning with the 2019 school year. Why does this remind me of President *Batteries Not Including scarfing down double handfuls of Kobe Beef while his wife tried to control all of the lunches at all of the schools in the country? But Saving The Planet is always “Austerity for thee, but not for me.”

Think De Blasio himself is going to go meatless every Monday? Give a convincing and coherent explanation, in 25 words or less, of why you think that, and win a genuine Al Gore T-shirt.

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7 responses to “NY Mayor to Force ‘Meatless Mondays’

  • Watchman

    Let’s think about this. There is not enough farmland available in the world to feed 6 billion people with vegetables alone. Not all soil or climates are conductive to growing crops. Especially year round, over farming has already depleted the soil of nutrients. Opening up more land usually requires deforestation (I thought they were trying to save the planet?). I don’t consider it a problem, but Hugh Ross has suggested Ostrich meat as an alternative to beef. Either way, there’s no need to go meatless.

    You know what else emits greenhouse gas? People. You can see where this is going. They don’t just want less cows or cars, they want less people. Cortez has already questioned if we should be having so many babies. That’s how it starts, as a “suggestion” and then it becomes a mandate.

  • georgia

    Pretty soon they’ll have Soylent Green Thursday

  • marlene

    I’m sure the democrats will double down on their meat intake on Sundays – to set an example, or not! Only a liberal believes all resources belong to all of THEM. I’m also sure they’ll eat twice as much meat on Tuesdays to keep the meat industry lobbyists happy. “Do as we say, not as we do. We’re above the law, you dumbed down peasants! Oh, no, I didn’t mean that and I apologize and will take down my tweet (but not my meat). Free insects for all!”

  • unknowable2

    God told us to eat meat, but this jidrool thinks he knows better.

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