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She Tries To Prove 'Vegans Can Do Anything' Dies Climbing Mount Everest - MGTOW

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Published on 06 Aug 2022 / In People & Blogs

⁣Woman Tries To Prove 'Vegans Can Do Anything' Dies On Mount Everest - MGTOW


Woman trying to prove ‘vegans can do anything’ among four dead on Mount Everest
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This video isn't brought to you by any donations because I didn't get any again. I need your support. If not I'll have to stop producing daily content for this channel in next year or so. In the meantime I'll use days when I don't get a topicto script a short section of my book as a video. If you want to sponsor a video the paypal and subscribestar links are in the description. Anyways, I was looking for more stories about women losing their lives to prove the point that they can do anything as well as a man can and I ran into a story from a handful of years called: "Woman trying to prove ‘vegans can do anything’ among four dead on Mount Everest". It's dumb climbing mountains where the weather can turn deadly on short notice. It's even dumber doing it while stacking the odds against your favor. Recently an Indian woman named Prakritti Varshney became India's first Vegan woman in May of 2022 to conquer everest. She appears to have lucked out with good weather. But Maria Strydom the Vegan extrordinare that tried to get to the top was a big flop. Her and her husband Robert Gropel, were climbing other mountains along with Everest while adhering to a strict vegan diet that was their “own personal Everest.” The article I put in the description briefly says this: “It seems that people have this warped idea of vegans being malnourished and weak,” Strydom said in an interview on Monash’s blog. “By climbing the seven summits we want to prove that vegans can do anything and more.” unquote. Her uncle told her not to go because he had a bad feeling. But I think his concerns were not warrented. Climbing that mountain and most mountains comes down to training but it also comes down to luck. Why malnourish and handicap yourself to prove a point. You need every ounce of strength to get to the top and in this case Maria didn't even get to the top. She died in the highest base camp below. Vegans will say they get just as many nutrients as meat eaters. But as a species it has been impossible to be a vegan until recently because of a deficiency in b vitamins like b12. If you didn't get it you would get all kinds of neurological conditions before we sold it in pill form. I knew a malnurished woman that was a strict vegan for ten years. She had all kinds of digestive issues because she didn't want to harm animals. To be fair I hated eating meat as a child. I was disgusted by it. As a result I was a tiny kid until high school. I have yellow skin in my grade 8 graduation photos with an iron deficiency and I was pretty much anorexic because I hated all food. But especially meat. I was just disgusted at the thought that I was eating something that was moving around and alive with feelings. But I was alright eating eggs because even as a child I understood the symbiotic relationship where humans would provide a safe home for chickens in a coup from predators in exchange for their eggs. Eating dairy on the other hand is terrible for you even though I had no issues eating cheese. I have zero sympathy for Maria and their husband. They knew the risks and chose to handicap themselves and pushed their bodies beyond the limit. Many of the same women that refuse to eat eggs on their vegan diets are getting abortions to boot. It's the highest concentration of b12 by weight. Moreso than meat or dairy. Another article said this about how being a vegan might have contributed to her death: "Altitude sickness can affect anyone, It’s an equal opportunity offender. Vegan diets are commonly lacking in vitamin B12. This is the nutrient that allows red blood cells to carry oxygen to vital organs like our hearts and brains.





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Emre
Emre 2 months ago

Hojabies https://youtu.be/Smdth9eGWrA

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WMHarrison94
WMHarrison94 2 months ago

I say Let these retarded Vegans continue this shit. Frankly, as Popsicles, they are alot more quiet and therefore tolerable...

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El Hombre por su Cuenta

Both Dr. Strydom and her husband, (Robert Gropel, who was part of the climbing team, suffered from high-altitude pulmonary edema while descending the mountain, but survived the trip), they were experienced climbers and had made the decision to climb the seven summits, the highest peaks on all seven continents, in an attempt to prove that vegans can do anything.

"It seems that people have this twisted idea of ​​being undernourished and weak," Strydom said. "By climbing the seven summits, we want to show that vegans can do anything and more."

They evidently underestimated the mountain and overestimated themselves. And they paid the price.

Once... ONLY ONCE, I managed to summit Aconcagua (the highest mountain in the Americas) after months of intense preparation, having achieved optimal physical condition, following a hypercaloric diet based mainly on ANIMAL PROTINES, having undergoing several medical check-ups and being part of a team of climbers whose members were already veteran experts and also following their instructions to the letter.

One of those veteran instructors told me and the rest of the participants: "Gentlemen, above all humility. Know that the mountain does not forgive a mistake"

The experience was truly incredible. But I wouldn't repeat it for the world.

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

Vegans are idiots - and on the south pole etc., people have to eat huge amounts of fats and oils, to give energy to give heat, especially in cold climates..... Soy lattes and vegan salads do not cut it high up in the atmosphere.

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Mgvember
Mgvember 2 months ago

The difference between a vegetarian and a vegan?

One refuses to eat meat, the other's an asshole about it.

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WMHarrison94
WMHarrison94 2 months ago

Or as the story says, a popsicle now...

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