Thread: why we should become vegetarian
09-03-2008, 09:08 PM #1
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why we should become vegetarian
According to scientific studies, the human body is not made for eating flesh.
Our teeth are not sharp like the tiger. Our intestines are over 20 feet long. Tiger's intestines are short and straight. Every time we eat meat, it stays inside our body for over 48 hours before it completely digest. Mean while, meat form toxins and could cause colon cancer and many other disease. Animal fats are not compatible for human body, therefore the more we eat meat, the more we become fatter. Meat makes your mouth and teeth become stinky after a meal. Meat is dead food. Dead food can not nourish our living cell body. We are not eating meat, we are actually eating seasoning. Unlike fruits and vegetables, they are natural and look beautiful to the eye and natural taste to the mouth. If the cow, elephant, bull etc.... can become healthy vegetarian so can humans become as well. When animals are force to die, they are angry suffering. Therefore their body become poison and their energy become negative force. When we eat them, we bring all their poison and negative force to our body. The more we accumulate the meat, the more we bring all the bad luck in our daily life. Walmart now carry a lot healthy vegetarian food. I use baking soda 1 tea spoon or table spoon dilute in the water for about 3 minutes to wash my fruits and vegetables. Hope this info can help someone enjoy a peaceful life and a healthy ride. We all have the freedom to choose. Please choose wisely for your health, for your family and for the environment. If you break down who is going to take care of your family and who is going to ride your ski?
May God Bless All
please watch these link before you say no.
Supreme Master Television Anniversary Concert - A Cultural Celebration Honoring All Life
GO VEG, BE GREEN SAVE YOUR HEALTH AND THE PLANET
WISE VIEWERS - THEY ACCEPT
IGNORANCE VIEWERS - THEY FIGHT ( for their business, for their bad habits)
NO ONE CAN ESCAPE FROM THE LAW OF CAUSE AND EFFECT, IGNORANCE VIEWERS, PLEASE COME BACK POST YOUR EFFECT IN THE UP COMING DAY, YOU ARE TRULY A HERO, YOU SACRIFICE YOUR EGO TO PLAY THIS ROLE, BUT GOD STILL BLESS YOU AT THE END.
THE GREAT SAINT SAID.
DON'T MAKE YOUR BELLY BECOME A GRAVEYARD AND BURY DEAD BODIES
HOW MANY LIVES HAVE SACRIFICE FOR YOUR BELLY FROM THE DAY YOU WERE BORN.
Meatout 2008 – Action Around the World!
Meatout 2008 spoke and the world listened! This past March, a thousand communities in all 50 U.S. states and 27 other countries welcomed spring with colorful educational events, marking the 24th annual observance of the world’s largest annual grassroots diet education campaign.
Outreach activities ranged from information tables, exhibits and lectures to feed-ins, cooking demonstrations and elaborate festivals. Visitors pledged to “kick the meat habit on March 20th (first day of spring), and to explore a healthful, non-violent diet of vegetables, fruits, grains, and protein-packed legumes.” Pledgers received a Free Veg Starter Guide and subscription to the popular Meatout Mondays e-newsletter. The observance had widespread support from celebrity entertainers, health authorities, public officials, and the media.
The U.S. Meatout events were especially strong this year. In the wake of the USDA’s largest ever recall of ground beef because it came from sick, abused cows, The Great American Meatout demanded a recall of ALL animal products , as they all come from sick and abused animals. Across the country, dozens of Meatout supporters hosted video screenings of HSUS's undercover footage leading to the recall and distributed special “Total Recall” handouts. Activists congregated in front of the USDA administration building for a powerful protest. View the report with photos.
Other communities were encouraged to “Kick the Meat Habit” for compassion and health with the slogan “It’s Good For Your Heart!”. Caring people distributed a total of 55,000 colorful Meatout handouts offering Free Veg Starter Guides and weekly recipes (great for Earth Day too - click here to order yours now). More than 2,500 Veg Starter Guides were distributed throughout the month of March alone.
Festivals featuring live bands, speakers, exhibits, video screenings, health screenings, food vendors, cooking demonstrations, vegan food samples and games were held across the U.S. Hundreds of visitors attended Meatout festivities in Atlanta, Charleston (WV), Dallas, Portland, and Ukiah (CA). An upcoming celebration in Lawrence (KS) expects hundreds of attendees, while the Seattle VegFest and Detroit Meatout Festival expect to draw thousands.
Feed-ins, an ever-popular outreach activity, took place in more than 100 cities. In the nation’s capital, FARM staff and volunteers hosted a feed-in at a massive peace rally, encouraging a non-violent diet with vegan food and information. Check out the report with photos. Compassion Over Killing attended the D.C. St. Patrick’s Day Parade, distributing mock meat samples and Veg Guides. The Boston Vegan Association gave away 100 free vegan brown bag lunches including Tofurky deli sandwiches, Tings, vegan candy bars and more.
Some communities got creative in educating others with unique, attention-grabbing events. Philadelphia activists got creative with a “die-in” and an exhibit of 10 huge displays and large screen monitors along public sidewalks. A group in West Palm Beach, FL organized an “Eat Green Brigade” for St. Patrick’s Day, asking people to go veg and distributing Tofurky samples.
Seventy-five universities and colleges participated with exhibits, info tables, video screenings, and/or a veg cafeteria line. These included Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Montana, New Hampshire, New Mexico Law School, North Carolina, South Florida, Southern Indiana, Texas, Western Michigan, and many more. Youth outreach is gaining popularity with educational events taking place throughout 50 elementary, middle and high schools.
PETA activists jumped on board with KFC protests. Nearly a hundred humane societies, animal sanctuaries and yoga centers offered free Veg Starter Guides to visitors.
Food manufacturers and retailers supported this year’s observance. Dr. McDougall's Right Foods, Lumen Soyfoods, Moo-Cluck, Parma!, Primal Spirit Foods, Sunergia Soyfoods and Turtle Island (Tofurky) generously donated product samples (see banners below). Nearly 50 health food stores and restaurants displayed Meatout exhibits and featured special discounts.
Special Meatout Proclamations issued by mayors and governors urged citizens to explore a wholesome, non-violent diet of vegetables, fruits and grains. Proclamations were issued in the state of Illinois and major cities, including Baltimore, Houston, Memphis, Madison, Pittsburgh, Sacramento, West Palm Beach and Salem.
Letters to editors carried the Meatout message in 150 newspapers nationwide, while media interviews further raised public awareness. Five hundred bus ads were placed in Boston, Chicago, New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia. Billboards in major major cities will continue to bring our message to millions of commuters.
International observances were a great success with participation from groups in 27 other countries! Numerous events took place in Australia, Canada, China, India, Kenya, Mexico, Nigeria, Philippines,Singapore, Spain, Uganda and throughout the UK, including Bermuda. France and Germany boast their own Meatout websites with dozens of posted events. Other participating countries included Argentina,Chile, Croatia, Ghana, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mauritius, Netherlands, Norway, and South Africa.
Meatout 2008 received significant media coverage. Supreme Master TV followed this year’s observance. With interviews from Meatout coordinators and supporters around the world, they documented public response and activities in Bulgaria, Korea, South Africa, the U.S., and more.
The worldwide Meatout campaign has been coordinated since 1985 by FARM (Farm Animal Rights Movement), a nonprofit educational organization in the nation’s capital. This year’s observance was co-sponsored by In Defense of Animals. Community events were arranged by individuals and local consumer, environmental and animal protection groups.
Check out the detailed Events Report with additional pictures!
Are we short of water？
１ serving of BEEF Over １,２００ gallons of water used
１ serving of CHICKEN ３３０ gallonsof water used
１ Complete VEGAN meal with TOFU, RICE, and VEGETABLES９８ gallons of water used
Are we short of food？
How many people in the world are hungry？
８６２ million people in ２００８
Grain currently fed to livestock is enough to feed ２ billion people.
UK Video Conference June １３, ２００８
And I said already ８０％ of it, will be cut almost immediately, and we can see the results in a few weeks.
Because if you don't keep breeding more animals, and then there is less methane.
And if we don't eat meat, then there is no transportation necessary for it and much less fuel needed.
And all these people can be trained to do something else.
And there will be less hunger because we will use the agriculture products, cereals, to feed humans instead of feeding
more bred animals in the future.
So we don't have hunger anymore and there will be no more war because of hunger.
So the effect is immense. Keep multiplying it, and then you know what I mean.
Go to watch the video :
Last edited by XRIDER; 09-09-2008 at 10:01 PM.
09-03-2008, 09:13 PM #2
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09-03-2008, 09:24 PM #3
09-03-2008, 09:52 PM #4
09-03-2008, 10:33 PM #5
Lol, humans have been eating meat since dinosaurs ran about. What are we supposed to do? Lethally inject every animal we eat?
Do you see this tiger doing it? Why should we?
09-04-2008, 05:25 AM #6
HAHAHAHA! that was funny as hell! what a bunch whiners! Thats just a fact of life on the farm. Trust me, I know. They obviously picked the most obscene ones to put in this video! (PETA) The chickens are a bit extreme IMO but everything else is a fact of life. They are raised for food! remember that, they are not pets! I cant stand these celebs that "save farm animals beause they look cute" cause they are going to slaughter.
Think about it, how else are you going to kill your dinner on a mass level to get it to market? Or because they are sick? you cant exactly ask a cow that weighs 1500-2200 lbs and has a broken leg to walk off the truck and to the slaughter house, use the bobcat. plus if its an old dary cow, they start to produce sour milk in old age. wanna taste that?
I can go on for days about farm stuff, but im stoping short of going off on a tangent on PETA
Hell, dad just droped off half a cow last night.Im having steak tonight...want some?
09-04-2008, 06:23 AM #7
Suffering tastes delicious
PETA -- People for the Eating of Tasty Animals
09-04-2008, 06:26 AM #8
09-04-2008, 08:55 AM #9
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PETA - Perfectly Edible Tasty Animals
09-04-2008, 08:57 AM #10
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