Note: Albert Einstein tried a vegetarian diet - for the last year of his life. He died after doing so and did not make any discoveries nor do any science during that time.
Like all radical left wing movements, Vegans and
Vegetarians try to prove that not only are they more ethical
and compassionate than ordinary mortals, but they are also
more intelligent - a kind of dietary Ubermensch.
Just as the Nazis promoted studies to show Aryan
superiority based upon race, now vegetarians in academia and
other pseudoscientists are cooking up "studies" designed to
prove that vegetarians are indeed smarter, and the gullible
masses are buying it.
article just appeared in many newspapers around the
globe. The left-wing press couldn't help itself from printing
it and gloating over the 'proof' that vegetarians are smarter
than the rest of us. The article has three serious
- Chicken and fish are not vegetables!
- The study was done in a university town, where IQ
scores are marginally higher
- Vegan scores were 5 points lower (the only real
vegetarians in the study which showed a difference.)
One line in this ridiculous study should make these
'researchers' lose their jobs.
"There was no difference in IQ between strict
vegetarians and those who classed
themselves as veggie but still ate fish or
Does someone need to tell these fools that chicken and fish
are NOT VEGETABLES! They spent 20 years studying 8000 people
to come up with that crap? Then on top of it, they bury the
horrible truth that the REAL vegetarians, that is, the vegans
are stupider than average with lower IQs than all the
rest... even in a university town.
Don't people wonder how unbiased
someone from "The Vegetarian Society" is? Now she has 'proof'
that she's smarter than you - this is what they set out to
'prove' from the beginning. The data do not prove this, but
they will lie about it anyway.
The Nazis had 'proof' that they were more intelligent; now the food Nazis have it.
Just for laughs, the article will
appear on this site too. Even the most dim-witted student
of journalism can see through this rubbish. It's amazing that
these people can make a living in a university producing such
Saddest of all, this article was published in the British
Medical Journal and is even online at the
If this article weren't already so flawed, there are many
other issues which could be taken with it. Many people are
indoctrinated into vegetarianism on university campuses,
which could account for a slight bias towards people with
marginally higher IQs.
Finally, it is quite difficult to believe that someone who
does not know that chicken and fish are not vegetables has a
high IQ at all.