luni, 21 ianuarie 2013


Lorena Mucke
Christian Vegetarian Association

Poultry Slaughterhouse Fined for Child Labor Violations

Eating meat/dairy products linked to early puberty

Meat-Free Product Sales Are Rising as Meat Consumption Falls

U.S. milk sales reach lowest level in decades

Vegetarians Live Longer

John McDougall MD - Solving America's Health Crisis (VIDEO)

Vegan director James Cameron: You're not an environmentalist if you eat meat

Neuroscientists Declare Animals Have Consciousness

Number of Animals Killed to Produce One Million Calories in Eight Food Categories

In Reel Life: Episode 8, watch the heartwarming story of how mother cows bond with their children.

Calif. expected to lose 100 dairy farms

Veganism makes its way into black men’s diets

Want Protein? Eat Your Veggies


It seems clear to me that the animal agriculture industry’s fate is, hopefully, to disappear. After all, deceiving and lying to consumers is part of the reason why they are able to exist.

Another of the Pork Industry’s Dirty Tactics

Pork sales are on the decline and the pork industry keeps trying to appeal to consumers by deceiving them. People are learning about the cruelty inflicted on pigs, the pollution hog farms create and the ill-effects of a meat-based diet. Now, the pork industry is using a “Pig Mobile” where they show people through a glass how a sow is kept in a furrowing crate along with her nursing piglets. Please visit Porkers hog the limelight in travelling Pig Mobile 

The hog industry is desperate and they are showing it. Of course, the “Pig Mobile” doesn’t show the filth of factory farms, the stress God’s animals experience, the castration, teeth-clipping and tail-docking that piglets undergo without anesthesia, the beatings that animals unfairly receive in the hands of frustrated workers, the pollution hog farms create, etc.

Stewards of God’s Creation should see pass the veil the animal agriculture industry wants to keep on the eyes of consumers. Compassion, peace, justice, joy and sustainability cannot exist if we keep eating God’s animals.

 Have a blessed day!
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Lorena Mucke
Christian Vegetarian Association

Rare interview with director James Cameron: Titanic temper, Kate Winslet, and veganism

Making t/ Connection Chp 7 Ethics

Schools successfully experimenting with vegetarian meals

Banning a Super Trawler

Dear Friend of Eden,
The night Matilda died, I promised her that I would dedicate the remainder of my life to illustrating the precious natures of non-human animals so that the humans who unknowingly or uncaringly harm them might adopt a more compassionate way of living with them.
In her name, I set up Matilda’s Promise, a vegan education centre associated with Eden Farm Animal Sanctuary.  November, World Vegan Month, seems an appropriate time to launch the centre’s new website
Initially the focus of the website will be on the movie You Haven’t Lived Until You’ve Hugged a Turkey, detailing the background to the movieA trailer of the movie is now available to view here or on the site and I look forward to releasing the full movie after the premiere which will be hosted by the Vegan Society of Ireland (Vegan Ireland) in Dublin on 17th November 2012 next.
With best wishes on World Vegan Day,
From all at Eden

Sandra Higgins
Eden Farm Animal Sanctuary & Matilda's Promise Vegan Education Centre

The other animals humans eat, use in science, hunt, trap and exploit in a variety of other ways have a life of their own that is of importance to them, apart from their utility to us. They are not only in the world, they are aware of it and also of what happens to them. And what happens to them matters to them.  Each has a life that fares experientially better or worse for the one whose life it is. Like us they bring a unified, psychological presence to the world. Like us they are somebodies, not somethings.   
Professor Tom Regan, 1989

"Cowardice asks the question, 'Is it safe?' Expediency asks the question, 'Is it polite?' Vanity asks the question, 'Is it popular?' But conscience asks the question, 'Is it right?' And there comes a point when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor polite, nor popular, but one must take it because one's conscience tells him or her that it is right."

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