Paul McCartney once said "If slaughterhouses had glass walls, we'd all be vegetarian." Some brave filmmakers have given us windows.
MLK Jr. once said that "to save man from the morass of propaganda is one of the chief aims of education." But given the current reach of commercial propaganda, we may have to educate ourselves.
Eating Our Way To Extinction:
Coming soon, but even the trailer is eye-opening.
Hear from a former VP of Citibank. 10 minutes.
Casa de Carne:
Debunk delusions of fine dining in 2 minutes.
Dairy is Scary:
The truth about milk/cheese in 5 minutes.
Is rape wrong? 11 minutes.
Pink Floyd The Wall:
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Education influenced by commercial interest becomes thought control (indoctrination), which is what's happening... more as corporations are allowed to influence government agencies (e.g. USDA/FDA) through lobbying and revolving door employment. We must demand better. This 1982 classic seems absent from the major streaming services, but you can still get the DVD on Amazon/eBay.
Going plant-based is initially uncomfortable.
As was true with cigarettes in the 1900's, an outdated industry's marketing of meat/dairy still has many of us associating their harmful
productsnote with entertainment, socialization, and
satisfaction. And reversing those programmed mental associations can be a challenge.
But with a little effort, you'll soon discover new foods that meat and dairy have distracted you from. Once liberated from the consumer prison of animal flesh/fluids at the center of every meal, you'll start discovering how much more there is to enjoy.
For those who care about animals, you'll also gain the integrity of knowing that two or three times every day, you refrained from violence against innocent beings. You chose nonviolence.
For those who care about health, you'll discover the benefits of getting your nutrition directly from plants — without the antibiotics, cholesterol, animal fat and feces.
And for those who care about preserving the planet for future generations, you'll be doing your part. You'll be doing more than driving a Tesla or installing solar panels. A 2018 University of Oxford study found that going plant-based could be the "single biggest way" to reduce one's environmental impact.
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