The Game Changers is a vegan ‘documentary’ that claims to be “Fueled by the Truth.” In reality, it is fueled by pseudoscience, dodgy anecdotes and rampant bias. It is quite possibly the worst nutrition documentary I’ve ever watched – and I’ve watched some stinkers.
Internet troll and alleged sex predator Harley Johnstone, a.k.a. Durianrider, has embarked on a shady new business venture: Selling overpriced Chinese bicycle frames to unsuspecting buyers, and asking them to do so in a manner that removes some of their consumer protections.
Harley “Durianrider” Johnstone is an evil, worthless troll. Here are six reasons why.
In March of last year, vegan peanut Harley “Durianrider” Johnstone stepped up his long-running hate campaign against me by falsely claiming I “sucker punched” him whilst he rode his bike up a hill. His former girlfriend, Leanne “Freelee” Ratcliffe, has since come forward and admitted it was all a lie.
It makes me extremely proud that after all these years, the best my critics can do when attempting to debunk my work is call me names and lie about me. Bless the stupid!
Vegan ex-restaurant owner Dan Hoyt has been arrested yet again for public lewdness, after he pulled his pants down and exposed himself to a female at a Manhattan subway station. And ex-vegan restaurateur Sarma Melngailis has been arrested after a year on the run with her husband, charged with stealing $844,000 from investors and failing to pay $40,000 of wages owed to their employees.
If, after recent events, you thought Gary Taubes could not possibly sink any lower, then … you thought wrong.
Find out why the so-called ‘non-profit’ Nutrition Science Initiative (NuSI) is in fact a lucrative cash cow for its founders, netting Gary Taubes and Peter Attia an estimated $1,800,000+. To top it all off, after several years and after spending millions of other people’s money, the organization has so far produced only a single study which simply found what dozens of others have already shown.
For years, low-carb author Gary Taubes has been belittling and snidely dismissing those who disagree with his nonsensical claims about carbs, insulin and obesity. A couple of days ago, at an obesity conference in Canada, researchers announced the results of yet another metabolic ward study debunking Taubes’ claims. But this was no ordinary ward study – it was a study that Taubes himself helped conceive!