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Thread: Vegetarianism, Veganism or Carnivorism!?

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    An equilibrium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeuSchwabe View Post
    For example Organic food versus genetically and chemically treated products, as for meat and fish of course if there has been any hormones added and what the animals ate, etc.
    Organic food is much better .

    The latest thing what we're trying is so called carbon farming.
    https://carbonaction.org/farmers/

    Honestly for example in Baltic Sea area (like Ostrobothnia) ... if cows pastures close to sea (eating rushes/bulrushes) ... they will take lots of bad nutrients away from environment (having positive effect). Also traditional ''meadow farming'' (natural/organic pastures for animals) ... can actually be pretty good. It is big scale industrial farming (and the meats they produces) which really are the bad ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnish Swede View Post
    Organic food is much better .

    The latest thing what we're trying is so called carbon farming.
    https://carbonaction.org/farmers/

    Honestly for example in Baltic Sea area (like Ostrobothnia) ... if cows pastures close to sea (eating rushes/bulrushes) ... they will take lots of bad nutrients away from environment (having positive effect). Also traditional ''meadow farming'' (natural/organic pastures for animals) ... can actually be pretty good. It is big scale industrial farming (and the meats they produces) which are really the bad ones.
    I agree completely. I do not believe we have to stop eating anything necessarily neither animals or plants. We just need to practice regenerative agriculture and move away from large scale mono crops and CAFO’s both of which are damaging. Ultimately growing as much of our own food and sharing it with our family and friends is ideal when possible in my opinion.

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    I don't want to read through this thread for the negative responses.

    In 2003 I looked online and discovered how animals were treated in the meat industry and I cannot go back to eating animals within that unfeeling money-pinching corporate system which doesn't give a damn about animal feelings.

    Much later I discovered that 9/11 was a lie and the wars in the Middle East brought by the USA and "allies" (and Israel's Mossad influence and direct action) was a lie .... and so I do not accept or support that.

    Later I discovered that the story of WWII was a lie propagated by politically powerful sides (The "Winners") .... and so I do not support that!


    In my own life I have made decisions about what I feel and think are lies and I stick with them even when people criticize me (based upon their alleged "knowledge").



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    I'm glad that the so-called "Nazis" banned vivisection of animals! That was in the 1930's and still our alleged wonderful societies still experiment on live animals for medical and scientific reasons and tests. Monkies, dogs, cats, mice .... you name it and our so-called "ethical" societies are all doing that when "zee evil Nazis" banned it.


    Kind of makes you ponder (or it should)


    It is interesting that the only issue I instinctively feel is totally off limits with most people is WWII and the alleged story of the so-called "Nazis".

    Of everything I think and feel that is against the status quo .... only WWII is ttotally a taboo to even say anything different.

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