Tashi delek,kalden yungdrung wrote: ↑Fri Oct 12, 2018 10:48 pmTashi delek,
The slaughtering of animals is a process based on the belly and gums of many humans.
Not supporting this out of Compassion / health, some don´t support indirect killing.
To replace meat with alternative products like soy, can contribute to a better world for animals and humans.
The man below can explain it better than i can.
Not that I agree 100% with the following links, but I think they do have many valid arguments, especially against veganism.
Indian style traditional vegetarian diet following Ayurveda (which is basically lacto-vegetarian, but quite often - as in case of Bengali Brahmins - regularly includes also fish.) is another matter of course. But how much is it adaptable to other places and cultures?
Veganism (as opposed to traditional Indian vegetarianism) IMHO is basically extremistic. I personally have met several people who seemed VERY aggressive and intolerant. How long will it take till they begin to harm/assault/kill humans in order to impede them to kill animals for food etc.?
Make no mistake, there is a HUGE financial interest of the big food processing industry wanting to sell their chemically "enhanced" 100% animal free fake foods products to the "politically/morally/ecologically/spiritually" correct vegan crowd. (see margarine/hydrogenated fat vs. butter)
Destroying the health of billions of humans is not an issue either, there comes BIG PHARMA with their fake medicines to "help".
https://www.sott.net/article/218600-The ... Vegetarian
https://www.sott.net/article/236089-Gra ... tal-savior
https://www.sott.net/article/313206-The ... ating-meat
https://www.sott.net/article/274277-Why ... egan-diets
https://www.sott.net/article/277079-Veg ... ne-disease