A MILITANT vegan who argued with Jeremy Vine about a ham sandwich previously compared dairy farmers to Nazi Germany.

Joey “Carbstrong” Armstrong told the Radio 2 host last week his lunch was offensive as it was made from “the flesh of a dead pig”.

Joey Armstrong also objected to the cheese in Jeremy’s sandwich, saying: “It comes from a mother who had her children taken from her”

Today it emerged he posted in the past about dairy farmers, and once said artificial insemination is akin to paedophilia.

In a series of online comments revealed by the Daily Mail the 31-year-old wrote: “Sexually violating an animal who cannot give consent is akin to inappropriately touching a small child.”

And: “If you support dairy farmers you are supporting a regime worse than Nazi Germany.

“Hitler is still alive and he lives in the heart and mind of every animal abusing rapist slave-owning dairy farmer.”

 The activist told Radio 2 host Jeremy Vine his lunch was offensive as it was made from “the flesh of a dead pig”

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The activist told Radio 2 host Jeremy Vine his lunch was offensive as it was made from “the flesh of a dead pig”

 He has led the recent drive to turn people away from meat and towards veganism

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He has led the recent drive to turn people away from meat and towards veganism

 He appeared on This Morning with dairy farmers to talk about the process of producing milk

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He appeared on This Morning with dairy farmers to talk about the process of producing milk

The vegan figurehead said last week activists should carry out “peaceful, non-violent advocacy” and denounced “any death threats and any name calling”.

More than 100 of his previous posts have now been deleted.

Today he issued a statement on Facebook where he said his advocacy has evolved and his approach “is much different now”.

He added: “There are many things I’ve said in the past that I no longer stand by.

“I don’t stand by the statement ‘dairy farmers should kill themselves’.

Vegan campaigner Joey Carbstrong argues with dairy farmers who were called rapists

“I don’t stand by the statement ‘fisheaters are psychopaths’.”

He told Jeremy Vine last week: “I’m a bit upset to see your sandwich has a piece of a pig’s body in there. A dead pig that didn’t want to die.

“Ham is a euphemism that actually comes from the flesh of a dead pig.”

Asked what he should call it instead, the Aussie campaigner said: “I’d like you to call it the dead body of an animal that didn’t want to die.”

Armstrong also objected to the cheese in Jeremy’s sandwich, saying: “It comes from a mother who had her children taken from her, and had hands shoved in her anus and was artificially inseminated with bull semen.”

Jeremy tweeted after Tuesday’s show: “Tip: When interviewing a militant vegan, don’t leave a ham sandwich in view.”

Armstrong is touring the UK hoping to convert meat lovers.

Farmers reveal how militant vegans call them ‘murderers’ and rapists’ and compare them to slave owners

 


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