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Bearing responded to my criticism but only with more of the same fallacies and illogical arguments.

Bearing's videos:

My original video:

Bearing's original video:

outro: Beef by KRS-One
Vegan Apparel:

Discount Code: Gains10
Follow me on Facebook:
Support me on Patreon:

Diet and human evolution:

Alzheimer's disease a vascular disorder:

Diet and atherosclerosis:

Bearing Strikes Back With More Fallacies

Bearing responded to my criticism but only with more of the same fallacies and illogical arguments.

Bearing's videos:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xx50UVch7SA&t=36s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVOYqmwt3ok&t=246s
My original video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nr8kh63fqnA
Bearing's original video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSj5yBAMzt0
outro: Beef by KRS-One
Vegan Apparel:
http://henchherbivore.com/shop/
Discount Code: Gains10
Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Vegan-Gains-750568258359704/
Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/vegangains

Diet and human evolution:
http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/why-fire-makes-us-human-72989884/
https://source.wustl.edu/2014/06/insect-diet-helped-early-humans-build-bigger-brains-study-suggests/
Alzheimer's disease a vascular disorder:
http://stroke.ahajournals.org/content/33/4/1152
Diet and atherosclerosis:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3603726/
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1312295/

61 thoughts on “Bearing Strikes Back With More Fallacies

  1. I thought glucose was our brains main source of energy? Meat wouldn’t be the best option then right? Wouldn’t plants be the best option?

    1. pamelam4 yes but proteins can be converted to glucose. The process is generally slow. We likely just ate more calories(whatever we could find) is general, including meat. This is why saying meat played a significant factor is dishonest. It’s not that meat itself that allowed our brains to expand but the large calroies and availability played the most significant factor. Without the the caloric advantages to eating meat we must then ask “what other advantages does meat currently provide compared to it’s harm”. and that would be 0 advantages. And, it’s funny that no one mentions this, but how do we know our ansestors also didn’t do it because they enjoyed the taste? It’s important to ask because we are basing this opinion on survival alone and being the most fit (in a non scientific sense), but all know that’s not how evolution works.

    2. pamelam4 yes but proteins can be converted to glucose. The process is generally slow. We likely just ate more calories(whatever we could find) is general, including meat. This is why saying meat played a significant factor is dishonest. It’s not that meat itself allowed our brains to expand but the large ammount calroies and larger food source availability that played the most significant factor. Without the the caloric and availability advantages to eating meat we must then ask “what other advantages does meat currently provide compared to it’s harm”. and that would be 0 advantages. So evolution can’t be an argument. And, it’s funny that no one mentions this, but how do we know our ansestors also didn’t do it because they enjoyed the taste? It’s important to ask because we are basing this opinion on survival alone and being the most fit (fit in a non scientific sense), but we all know that’s not how evolution works.

    1. why is than hard to understand that eating animals is a common and normal thing? we did not chose to eat them yesterday you know…

    2. I can tell you’re not very smart… and by that I mean you don’t have an open mind and are not willing to challenge your own preconceived notions about what is “normal”. You clearly don’t understand what a logical fallacy is nor do you want to. It was common and normal for humans to have slaves in the past, what do you know, its not any more.. It was common and normal for people to assert women should not have the same rights as men not so long ago, what do you know its not anymore. it was common and normal for German’s to hate jews, what do you know its not common or normal anymore.. the list goes on and on..

    3. wow you’re incoherent and rambling nonsense is getting out of hand. I never once said that people who cannot survive without animal products should cease eating animal products. I went vegan long ago before discovering any vegan community on youtube, it was a choice I made to stop eating animals because I realized it was unnecessary and I wish no harm on animals.. it was a moral internal conflict I couldn’t ignore. So you attempting to stifle the legitimacy of what i’m saying by suggesting I’m in a cult is nonsense. If anything cult like behaviour is displayed by those who eat meat and who promote meat, how many ads do you see to eat vegan when you walk down your street? how many ads do you see for mcdonalds? I’m going to go ahead and say there are many more telling you to go grab a big mac and fries, “normalizing” meat consumption. I have no intellectual or mental barriers inhibiting my ability to understand the difference between a butcher in a small village in siberia VS an industrial farm in the united states. You’ve completely ignored my argument failed to understand the implications of logical fallacies in your (lack of) argument. deciding to attack my intelligence, suggest I’m part of a cult and say that I don’t understand that some people who are not in modern western society cannot afford to stop eating meat. As for your statement that slaves can’t be compared to animals eaten for nutrition, of course they can. I’m saying in society it was normal for people to have slaves. Now it is not. —> something that has happened “since the dawn of time” (in your opinion eating meat) now seems normal, does not have to continue being the norm. I’m not saying that humans and animals are completely equal.

  2. murder is a legal definition of premeditative murder of another human being that wasn’t in self-defense…FACT

    1. +Corey Fields Yep, I did and didn’t find ONE arugment just threathening to murder someone but not actually doing it because that would be murder, while I ate a burger last night 🙂

  3. No. Murder is murder. It’s not redefined by your political and social viewpoints. Animals are not equally sentient to humans, and animals never have nor ever will be equal to humans; they are, generally, eaten.

    1. Toshiba Joe total bs, you wouldn’t go out in the wild killing animals and eating their raw corpses. you are just trying to justify killing other sentient being for your taste pleasure

    2. Toshiba Joe total bs, you wouldn’t go out in the wild killing animals and eating their raw corpses. you are just trying to justify killing other sentient being for your taste pleasure

    3. Oblivion 1 wrong. food chain would make sense only if you were living in the jungle or any other uncivilized environment. in modern society, there is no such thing as a “food chain”

    1. +AlexGW hey moron, you have the internet at your fingertips. why not look it up for yourself you lazy poof?

    2. No. By definition, rape is illegal. You are making the same mistake as the video maker. Words have meanings. Use them properly.

    3. Elmer Elmtree the only places where you can’t eat meat is where it is like one animal considered holy or filthy, but that’s religious, not related to veganism.

  4. We don’t eat insects? It’s estimated that insect-eating is practiced regularly by at least 2 BILLION people worldwide. From someone who’s actually ate insects, they’re fucking delicious, equally as much as meat. Get your fucking facts straight Vegan.

    1. Cricket flour is a thing, look it up. Insects are a rich source of proteins and vitamins and with our population expected to reach 10 billion in not too distant future, insect farming and processing is likely to be a HUGELY important venture in order to combat widespread famine.

    2. actually in western world insects are incredibly hard to get and if someone sells them for human consumption they are 10 times as expensive as meat

      so yeah

    3. Whilst expensive in the West (making the argument “bugs are for the poor” invalid, since Lawrence seems to love accusing people of having invalid arguments), there are also many countries not considered “Western” where it isn’t just the *poverty-stricken* who seek out insects to consume.
      The stigma surrounding insect consumption, and the attitude that “bugs are disgusting” is largely only in the West, and if we could eradicate that attitude, insects may be a much more viable and *sustainable* food source worldwide. Not only are they nutrient rich (containing roughly the same protein/kJ/amino acids as meat, but also way more *vitamins and minerals* than meat), usually low in fat (high in fat if we’re talking about witjuti grubs eaten in Australia), and definitely not in danger of going *extinct* any time soon. They also have the added bonus of most humans not perceiving them as sentient, or able to feel pain … so you wouldn’t have to ponder the final thoughts and feelings of your bucket o’ crickets.
      I’d consider myself middle class, live in a “Western” country (Australia: watch out, we already eat some bugs xD), and I’d definitely try adding insects to my diet if it were viable here. You can’t just say “2 billion people fall below the poverty line therefore they’re the only ones who eat bugs” and decide that someone’s argument is invalid. Generally speaking, claiming that an argument is invalid makes you look ignorant and/or arrogant.

      We are in an era where our population is almost reaching 10 BILLION. We need to find a way more sustainable source of food, if we want this planet to thrive along with humans (I honestly don’t think that well be colonising any other planets within the next 200 years, but that’s another discussion entirely).

      TLDR: Bugs are for the rich! Also we should all be eating bugs. Also claiming someone’s argument is invalid makes you look foolish. Also bugs are good for you!

    1. Leave to Vegan Gains to make arguments against eating meat because it causes unnecessary suffering while he abuses his own dog to the point of near death.

    2. +ejis yopicus Yeah, I don’t care much for vegan gains and the general holier then thou adittude most vegans have. But I’m gonna need some proof of this. Unless you’re just being sarcastic and I’m not picking up on it then carry on.

    3. 2cookiesNOmilk it is what they say about those who shout loudest. vegan gains needs a bacon sandwich to get his brain working again.

    4. 2cookiesNOmilk it is what they say about those who shout loudest. vegan gains needs a bacon sandwich to get his brain working again.

    1. Bob Bobson

      So if the dog can be perfectly healthy on the vegan food for dogs, why was it so unhealthy?

    2. +Bob Bobson2 Nope. While it is possible for dogs to survive on a vegetarian diet, they are never going to be as healthy and your dog will be much more susceptible to health risks, especially later in life. The breed of dog they chose needed a meat diet and forcing it to be vegetarian was abusive. So much for him caring about animals.

  5. Start filming your dad dying
    And getting mad at your mother for throwing a fit …..because of it …

    Yea you are bat crazy ……..

  6. So he cares about the welfare of farm animals and at the same time he actively tries to kill his own dog. Yeah ok.

    1. Stephen McDonald He feeds it fresh meat. Watch the vids about his dog and stop blindly following Bearing who lies about everything

    2. @Voltramax: It was VG himself who made the claim… and then his wife also made a video about what they did… she seemed to be upset what she did, and it seemed to me, that she is afraid of him (just my impression)

      I read the comments to see what vegans have to say about the dog-story… but you seem to be the only one who comments on that (by dening it happend). And since you commented so often about this, its hard to belive that you haveent seen the videos (i mean his videos, where he states he is feeding it a strict vegan diet… and the video of his wife, where she states that they had to stop it because the dog was suffering for months and was nearly dying)

      So whats your opinion about it? do you refuse to whatch these videos or have you seen them and think it was manufactured by bearing or what?

  7. Your wife made a video in which she ADMITTED that BECAUSE of YOUR selfish, self-centered, meglomaniacal issues; she was “forced” to keep your dog on a Vegan diet, even though EVERYONE saw it was suffering from said diet. You have the nerve to try to call out Bearing when you would rather let an innocent dog suffer…YOU should be made to be as sick and get as much compassion as you showed your Grandfather, or that man with Cancer.

    Actually, I am worried about your wife, Bearing treats his wife as an equal and with love and respect…Your wife looks scared of you, especially when talking about your mental issues. Maybe some good, lean fat from chicken, or red meat would help.

    1. There’s no point arguing with you, you haven’t provided any new evidence to back up your claims. You can call me “stupid” until you’re on your deathbed and you’ll look back and think “wow maybe goddins was right?”

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