vegansaurus!

12/02/2010

This is a factory farm map of the United States. It’s really, really, really fucking sad. I want to show this to every slow foodtard who is all, “BUT HUMANE MEAT! It’s the answer!” It’s like, NO, the answer is telling people NOT TO EAT MEAT. That is the only way to get them to seriously cut down. If we keep holding the myth of humane meat in front of them, they’ll have hope that they don’t have to really change. The fact is, we can’t sustainably feed people the amount of meat they’re used to. It’s impossible. The only thing will help is if people give it up completely (or drastically reduce how much they eat, that helps!), and the only way that will happen is if we keep talking about how disgusting meat is for us, the animals, and the environment. Maybe once factory farms are eradicated, slow foodtards can start talking about small family farms and how they’ll feed the nation. Or, you know, the wealthy, elite few of the nation. 

This is a factory farm map of the United States. It’s really, really, really fucking sad. I want to show this to every slow foodtard who is all, “BUT HUMANE MEAT! It’s the answer!” It’s like, NO, the answer is telling people NOT TO EAT MEAT. That is the only way to get them to seriously cut down. If we keep holding the myth of humane meat in front of them, they’ll have hope that they don’t have to really change. The fact is, we can’t sustainably feed people the amount of meat they’re used to. It’s impossible. The only thing will help is if people give it up completely (or drastically reduce how much they eat, that helps!), and the only way that will happen is if we keep talking about how disgusting meat is for us, the animals, and the environment. Maybe once factory farms are eradicated, slow foodtards can start talking about small family farms and how they’ll feed the nation. Or, you know, the wealthy, elite few of the nation

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