Where's the meat?

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Irish farmers outraged over government plan to cull 200,000 cows to meet climate goals


“Human beings are cruel to animals in many ways.”

Many countries still don’t have strong judicial systems to protect the rights of animals.



Lab Grown Meat Is An ABOMINATION: Transhumanists Play God & PERVERT His...

Eat steak and save the planet

Despite breathless sensationalist media coverage, the vegan movement (or, to call it by its trendy new name, ‘going plant-based’) has still captured only a tiny proportion of the population.

Removing meat, eggs and cheese from your diet means you will have to find other sources of protein. Where, then, do the hordes of plant-based teenagers look for their non-animal protein? The answer comes almost exclusively from a single product: soy.

Soy is significant because its impact on the environment is far worse than that of any dairy farmer. Since the soil used to grow soy is often not protected by vegetation, soy production causes soil erosion, destroying topsoil, which is disastrous for plant growth. Soy also takes up a lot of land, which fuels deforestation and hurts natural ecosystems, and a lot of water, which leads to droughts. Perhaps worst of all, communities in some of the poorest parts of the world who rely on their natural surroundings to survive are displaced by large Western companies barging in to manufacture soy to sell to vegans in Europe and America.

Romans 14:17 For The Kingdom of God is not meat and drink; but righteousness, and peace, and joy in the Holy Spirit. King of kings' Bible - Romans

As the saying goes, Too much of a good thing" can be harmful.

How Much Meat is Too Much?