Vegan activist catches lousy verbal clip from streamer
Twitch streamer MontanaBlack has once again made a strong statement with a new statement. This time it hit a vegan activist.
Buxtehude – MontanaBlack also knows that eating less meat is sustainable behavior. On Twitch, the streamer shows his visit to the wildlife park, which makes some viewers think. MontanaBlack builds a bridge to a vegan YouTuber who harshly comments on the misconduct of other influencers on her channel – the militant vegan is criticized.
|Full name||Marcel Thomas Andreas Eris|
|birthday||March 02, 1988|
|Place of birth||Buxtehude|
|Subscribers on YouTube||2,900,000 (as of September 2022)|
|Followers on Twitch||4,700,000 (as of September 2022)|
MontanaBlack: Veganism talk at the zoo – militant vegan can “lick his ass”
What happened? On October 23rd you could watch MontanaBlack in a new setting. The 34-year-old twitch streamer can be seen among raccoons, owls, pigs and other native fauna in the Schwarzenberge wildlife park. The sight makes some fans reconsider their consumption behavior: “Such cute pigs, I’ll never eat meat again‘ reads one comment, which steers the streamer’s conversation to the topic of vegan nutrition.
Together with his colleague Adam, MontanaBlack enjoys making people think. YouTuber Sashka has slammed TJ for advertising placements as they could trick viewers into eating poorly, and again, fan influence seems to play a big part in this issue.
The streamer from Buxtehude builds a bridge to the YouTube channel “Die Militante Veganerin”. A purist world view is conveyed there, in which the consumption of meat is fundamentally wrong and animal husbandry for meat production is equated with slavery. On her YouTube channel, she exposes other influencers for alleged misconduct.
in one YouTube video invited militant vegan MontanaBlack to talk, but the streamer says the militant vegan “kiss your ass“ could. MontanaBlack doesn’t like the way she presents her views and distances herself from the quick-tempered YouTuber: “We’re not the vegan morality police“.
MontanaBlack: Twitch Streamer Criticizes YouTube Vegan – “Coercion Leads to Nothing”
Criticism of YouTube vegan: Even if the twitch streamer from Buxtehude lives meatless himself, he is reluctant to point his index finger at his fellow human beings. “Who am I, what to ask of you and to say: ‘You are a bad person because you eat meat‘?“. That is why he criticizes the actions of the militant vegan and says that it “the wrong way‘ is to publicly embarrass others and tell them how to live. MontanaBlack makes an announcement to all 50 km/h drivers and criticizes sneaking on German roads.
“No one is asking you to stop eating meat. […] Just pay a little more attention to where you get the meat. Where do you buy it, where does it come from and how much meat do you eat.”
He also criticizes that the YouTuber is vehemently looking for little things that she can criticize about MontanaBlack. She reportedly watched tons of video footage trying to figure out if MontanaBlack was secretly eating meat. Colleague Adam also fears that the invitation is less about a discussion at eye level. He suspects that militant vegan Montana invites Black over only to yell at him. It is precisely for this reason that the 34-year-old streamer does not engage in a conversation with the militant vegan.
MontanaBlack: Twitch streamer doesn’t believe in being forced to eat vegan
MontanaBlack makes one final appeal to his fans before closing the issue. For the Twitch streamer, reducing consumption is an important step. Giving up meat completely is hard, and it’s unfair to ask that of those around you. “Force leads to nothing‘ concludes MontanaBlack, comparing the YouTube vegan’s behavior to his mother’s quips: ‘When my mother said to me back then: ‘You’re not allowed to do that’, then I really did it.Nevertheless, he tolerates the militant vegan and says that it is perfectly fine if she thinks her path is the right one.
A user on YouTube is also not very enthusiastic about the harsh nature of the militant vegan and writes: “Hi, I’ve been vegan for a short time. Until recently I ate meat every day and preferably as cheaply as possible. I’d heard of factory farming, but I didn’t really understand it until a few weeks ago when I watched the movie Dominian. First of all, I find it powerful that you are so passionate about trying to end animal suffering. But you’re doing it wrong because you often react very emotionally (often angry) to non-vegans.“