Skimmed it, saw a bunch of bullshit that made me shake my head, and eventually gave up on caring about anything they had to say.
This one got me well enough:
"I personally was vegetarian for eight years, and came much closer to veganism in the last part before suddenly becoming an omnivore again in response to racist exclusions I witnessed from some white vegans."
Yes, because he apparently felt that some white vegans were racially excluding others, it means that veganism is inherently flawed and that omnivorous dietary habits are the only rational solution
And, this must be because omnivores are incapable of racism, hence his compulsion to rejoin them once again
Credibility shot down right there through terribly flawed logic.
Seriously, there are no shortage of stupid notions spread through that article. Enough to warrant not finishing it, at least in my case. But, then again, I don't think that anarchy is a viable way to live, so I guess I'm just another tainted individual who will never truly understand the absurdities he speaks of
The thing that always gets me is, I'd honestly rather hear people simply say something like "I just couldn't handle veganism well, so I went back to eating meat" than someone who wants to create a wacky dissertation on a dozen different reasons that they try to find fault in the lifestyle. Seriously, I can do without all the mumbo-jumbo of capitalism this, restoring farmland through cattle ranching that, and would rather just have the guy come out and say he couldn't hack the lifestyle. I know some people feel a need to justify every decision they make and are compelled to try and rationalize it to others through mental masturbatory writings like this, but it's just more rubbish. Do it or don't, that's everyone's choice, but don't try to give me a snow job of reasons why veganism is impractical, can't change the world, etc.