Earth Custodians will first reiterate that they do not endorse any mainstream climate change theory , even if temps are rising, they are other factors such as solar activity, aerosol spraying (chemtrails), and HAARP, which cannot be discarded. CO2 is additionally good for all plants , meaning that the carbon footprint market is a distraction. Follow the money, of course!
But the rational stance in favor of reducing meat intake seriously or to stop eating meat completely is more compelling than ever. Today we know that building muscles does not depend on eating proteins but essential amino-acids, and that meat over consumption causes kidney diseases among others.
The Western Society has been particularly conditioned into eating meat since after WW2, because the economy had to cover and fast from the war, so the meritocrats came up with various scams and also pushed for dairy and milk consumption, which actually cause fungus in the human digestive system, especially when pasteurized. A couple years ago, they slaughtered 500,000 cows to keep the milk price high. This to tell you that they will stop at nothing to continue their schemes sucking life out wherever they can.
The number of 65 billions of animals killed for the sake of the market should also ring an alarm bell, as we give them close to 50% of our global grain production, when so many people are starving already. Do the math…
Truth is catching up with Meat Inc, slowly but surely. All this animal suffering making people sick in the end, not to mention all the meat recalls — and surpluses — that we do not hear about. Wasting life as fast as never before. It is all too prophetic, isn’t it?
Dystopian Farming: 65 Billion Animals Slaughtered Annually Worldwide. What Is Wrong With That Number? The Final Confrontation: The Vegan vs Vegetarianism vs Meat Debate http://www.earthcustodians.net/blog/2018/09/28/the-final-confrontation-the-vegan-vs-vegetarianism-vs-meat-debate/
Third of Britons have stopped or reduced eating meat – report
Figures from Waitrose suggest animal welfare, environmental and health concerns driving sea change in UK diet
In 2007, Hudson Foods recalled 25 million pounds of hamburger meat linked to E. coli contamination — a hardly isolated event, but one that hopefully gave Americans something to think about when deciding what to have for dinner. (2012) https://www.forbes.com/sites/gradsoflife/2018/10/16/why-it-makes-sense-to-build-bridges-between-employers-and-workers-when-the-economy-is-strong/#28292eb17690
Two-thirds of the survey participants reported eating less meat since 2015, with most respondents citing health reasons or saving money.https://www.iheart.com/content/2018-09-16-new-survey-says-americans-eating-less-meat/
In 2007, the U.S. raised and killed 9.5 billion land animals for food—a statistic that had been steadily increasing each year for decades. Today, that number has plummeted by 400 million individual animals—to 9.1 billion. What that means is that compared to 2007, last year almost half a billion fewer animals were subjected to the torment of factory farming and industrial slaughter plants—and that’s despite the increase in the U.S. population. While dropping from 9.5 to 9.1 billion may strike some as minor, that drop represents more animals than are experimented on, hunted, used in circuses, bred for puppy mills, and that end up in U.S. animal shelters each year—combined.https://www.forksoverknives.com/americans-are-eating-less-and-less-meat-every-year-why/#gs.4qR8ecs
Cargill recalls 12.64 tons of ground beef for E. coli O157:H7 contamination | August 24, 2018
Antibiotics in Meat Could Be Damaging Our Guts. The F.D.A. banned the use of antibiotics for growth promotion in animals last year. (2018)(what about the 10’s of millions of people who ate it until the ban? )https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/25/opinion/sunday/meat-antibiotics-organic-farming.html
ON YOUTUBE, MUST WATCH : “Earthlings is a 2005 American documentary film about humanity’s use of other animals as pets, food, clothing, entertainment, and for scientific research… Covering pet stores, puppy mills, and animal profession, Earthlings includes footage obtained through the use of hidden cameras to chronicle the day-to-day practices of some of the largest industries in the world, all of which rely on animals.
(painful to watch but this is human barary well documented, 482,435 views )
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