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Native Peoples Are Occupiers & Slave Masters

The Cow And The Fish Again

THE FISH AND THE COW

Native peoples are occupiers. They stole the land belonging to all non-human animals.

They pillaged their homes/habitats, hunted and murdered them for food, shelter, clothes and entertainment.

Natives are slave masters who made every species inhabiting the lands they stole and occupied their forever slaves.

How did you travel so far from Siberia/Asia with no vehicle but your feet to land where the anthropologists say you landed? Even you don’t know, but somehow a bunch of kids straight out of college who never met a single one of you knows?

Come on, nobody really believes that.

What’s the alternative?

Seeds were simultaneously dropped from someplace or conditions were favorable in all salt water bodies all over the earth. The later probably more true than the former. Nobody had to walk far once they walked. Land is all they had to find.

All animals including the human animal have an aboriginal genealogy.

THE COW WILL TALK AND THE FISH WILL WALK.

THE FISH WILL WALK AND THE COW WILL TALK.

The fish walked becoming the cow who talked. Our original ancestry comes from the bodies of salty water, not from the African ape.

The ape also came from the salty sea, the fish that walked and talked as a land mammal. The ape talked.

The insects and microbial life are more sophisticated than any present day life form.

The writers of the Bible left that part out for convenience reasons.

It already happened that’s how I know it. What happened yesterday, that the world doesn’t recall. That’s what I am privy to.

So why do the non-talking animals still inhabit the planet?

ALL ANIMALS TALK – to each other, in a foreign languages. What is being said here is that they will talk human language.

Cold or warm sea waters produced different species.

All creatures large and small came of bodies of water.

Vegetation beyond the plants in the sea grew from the water running beneath the soil or from rain water falling from mountains forming rivers and ponds.

Is that enough? Better be. I’m running out of time.

That’s what they said when their Gods flipped the coin.



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Animal-Freers Are A Race

By not hunting, killing and eating animals you free them from enslavement torture and slaughter.

FREE THE ANIMAL

Animal-Free Eaters Are A Race

The time is now.

We come from all walks of life, political affiliations, genders, sexual orientations, socio-economic backgrounds, religions, philosophies and from all corners of the earth, which means from all nationalities and hues of skin.

We all share one thing in common, we don’t support the eating, wearing or abusing of other animals.

That satisfies the definition of race, which also means we’re protected under the USA constitution as well as constitutions and rules of all countries and territories and islands as citizens of where they live.

See how simple that was?

Now let us see some proactive strategies, such as:

1- Stop demonizing people who don’t eat animals via the press, opinion news shows and movies.

2- Make available totally animal-free foods in all government funded programs and institutions and encourage the private sector to do the same. Not a plant burger on an animal bun. Stop cutting the baby in half. No baby survives that strategy.

3- Stop validating only the animal-free/vegan/plant foods, that government agencies deem healthy. The government doesn’t do that to animal-based foods, which means it’s an intentional discriminatory practice against animal-free foods and the people who eat them, while accepting all animal-based foods as valid, thus healthy. And they clearly are not.

Except for specific allergens and harmful chemicals, all animal-free foods are healthy, whereas, no animal-based foods are healthy.

Eating animals is not healthy for the animal you enslaved, tortured and slaughtered nor for the subject who ate it.

4- Celebrate differences, when those differences seek to save lives not take lives.

5- Work with all to find expedient alternatives to exploiting animals, including humans, for profit, for livelihood, for entertainment, pleasure, food, shelter, clothing, manufacturing materials, scientific research et al simultaneously.

  • Don’t pick only one and be satisfied that you at least did something instead of nothing. That something is not enough.

6- Work with cultures and religions whose members support the exploitation of animals as part of said cultures/traditions to alter it’s vision for survival in a changing climate of moral responsibility to end the human participation in the enslavement, torture and slaughter of non-human animals.

7- Each species has its races, just as the human species does. Just because scientists wanted human supremacy for the human animal, thus categorized humans differently to reflect that supremacy, doesn’t mean they were accurate in doing so. Real science knows there is no true hierarchy of supremacy within the animal species or races or breeds, only differences.

We’re all made from the same atoms and molecules and quarks. The arrangement is what differentiates each from one another.

What differentiates the animal from the plant is the animal has a nervous system and the plant does not, which means the animal suffers and the plant doesn’t.

The plant has roots and the animal does not, which means the animal can flee and the plant cannot.

8- Animal-eaters are not a race. They eat both animals and plants. Animal-free eaters eat only plants.

I do not eat animals. I am not an animal-eater. I am an animal-freer. I do not consume food that contains animal products. I am animal-free. I was born to be animal-free.

My family and community raised me as an animal-eater. When I was old enough to explore and react to traditions, I rejected that part of my upbringing and education as unnatural, cruel and unnecessary.

Sharon Lee Davies-Tight, The Animal-Free Chef




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Corn vs Human Cells

A human ear grown from human stem cells or any kind of cells from humans, removed from an aborted fetus is still called an ear. It is not ear-free. It’s not human-free. It’s not animal-free, unless you’re talking corn cells.

It’s a human ear grown from human cells taken from a human being.

You didn’t grow a human ear from broccoli cells.

Animal cell meat derived from cows, pigs, chickens, lambs etc. for the purpose of growing animal tissue, contains animal product almost exclusively.

You’re growing cow body parts in a lab, just like you grow human body parts in a lab. There is no difference that would keep one categorized as an animal and the other animal-free.



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Animal Product

Animal Cell Meat (ACM) is an animal product.






THE FISH & THE COW


THE COW WILL TALK AND THE FISH WILL WALK.

THE FISH WILL WALK AND THE COW WILL TALK.

The fish walked becoming the cow who talked. Our original ancestry comes from the bodies of salty water, not from the African ape.

The ape also came from the salty sea, the fish that walked and talked as a land mammal. The ape talked.

The insects and microbial life are more sophisticated than any present day life form.

The writers of the Bible left that part out for convenience and prejudicial reasons.

It already happened that’s how I know it. What happened yesterday, that the world doesn’t recall. That’s what I am privy to.

So why do the non-talking animals still inhabit the planet?

They all talk. We just don’t understand their language.

We will.

Cold or warm sea waters produced different species.

All creatures large and small came of bodies of water.

Then why do so many sea creatures still exist?

Why do you live in the forest or the desert or the mountains or the city? Why are you trying to populate another planet with very little if no breathable air?

Some organisms are more conducive to living in water. But if you want to walk on dirt, then you need to shed your gills and grow a pair of lungs. Some creatures were better designed to do that – over time. Humans consist of seventy percent water, not seventy percent dirt.

Maybe some creatures are more conducive to living in a harsh environment. Maybe some types of organisms could evolve to live without oxygen. Insects maybe, since they’re the least fragile when it comes to being on the planet the longest.

No creature started the process on land on earth unless it was submerged in water.

Vegetation beyond the plants in the sea grew from the water running beneath the soil or from rain water falling from mountains forming rivers, streams and ponds with which to irrigate it.

Beyond that beginning, evolution continues as long as the creatures of whom we speak are not all killed off in infancy or before they’re able to procreate.

I don’t think you’ll find a planet or other such body anywhere that grows plants that also doesn’t support creature life.

Simple enough? For now?



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Precision fermentation: creating animal-free, not dairy-free, vegan cheese

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THERE’S NO UPSIDE TO CELL MEAT• ANIMAL-FREE MEANS NO ANIMAL ORIGINS OR ANIMAL PARTS IN THE RECIPE • PLANT MEANS NO ANIMAL ORIGINS OR ANIMAL PARTS IN THE RECIPE

Precision Fermentation so far fits the definition of ANIMAL-FREE.

Animal Cell Meat (ACM) does not.

Animal-freers eat mushrooms, tofu and yogurt don’t we? Mushrooms aren’t categorized as plants. They’re fungi. Tofu is made by fermentation as is plant yogurt. Beer is fermented, so why not use a similar, but equal in that they are animal-free, in the making of animal-free, vegan or plant-based cheese?


Precision fermentation: creating animal-free, not dairy-free, vegan cheese

By Alice Grahame May 16, 2021 


precision fermentation

August 20, 2021

Hallmarked as the third pillar of alt-protein, precision fermentation can harness real dairy proteins to make vegan cheese without the animals.

In the near future, vegans will be eating real cheese, according to leading players in alt-dairy. Not cheese substitutes made from coconut or cashews, but actual cheese. Because scientists have figured out how to make real cheese, identical in taste, texture and nutritional profile to traditional dairy without using a cow.

The game-changer is the precision fermentation process, which will enable a new wave of fermentation-based dairy products to appear in stores over the next few years.

Emma Ignaszewski from the Good Food Institute, a non-profit that supports plant-based food, describes precision fermentation as “a process for producing alternative proteins and other ingredients without animals. It uses microbial hosts like yeast as ‘cell factories’ for producing specific functional ingredients — like proteins and fats. It’s especially useful for producing ingredients that typically require greater purity than a product’s primary ingredients.”

Irina Gerry is the chief marketing officer of US-Australian alt-dairy company Change Foods. She says the technology allows the brand to produce bio-identical dairy proteins, like casein, without the use of animals: “We do this by encoding dairy protein DNA sequences on to microorganisms, such as yeast or fungi, and then placing them into fermentation tanks, like those used to brew beer, where the yeast or fungi eats simple plant-based nutrients and sugars to grow.

“During the fermentation process, these select microbes produce proteins that are identical to those found in cow’s dairy milk. These proteins are filtered into a pure milk protein isolate that can be used to create favourite dairy products without the use of animals.”

Precision fermentation is a rapidly developing food tech sector. $274 million was invested in 2019 and $587 million was invested in 2020, a greater than twofold increase.

“It eliminates the need to get ingredients from animals. In addition to the animal welfare, environmental, and public health benefits, using precision fermentation at scale can be incredibly efficient,” explains Ignaszewski. “The conversion of inputs to outputs is vastly more streamlined than cycling calories through an animal. As these technologies scale up, the prices will come down.”

She further points out that food think tank RethinkX anticipates that prices for dairy proteins like casein and whey will be five times cheaper than animal-based versions by 2030.

A good example is Perfect Day, an American company using fungi to make whey and casein proteins identical to those produced by cows. It uses cow genes already catalogued in free scientific databases. Genetic information can also be obtained from hairs or a cheek swab.

Perfect Day’s fermentation-derived dairy proteins are a key ingredient in the animal-free ice cream by Brave Robot and Smitten, which is now on sale online and in shops in the

Nate Crosser is the entrepreneur-in-residence at Blue Horizon Corporation, a leading venture capital and private equity firm focused on alternative proteins. He has consulted with numerous precision fermentation companies and written and spoken extensively on the topic. He says these products will be of particular interest to vegans.

“Precision fermentation solves the issue of animal exploitation, even if animal proteins are present. It’s absolutely vegan. Precision fermentation will make veganism much more accessible by enabling new delicious products. We should be open-minded about the new generations of alt-protein products coming to market.

“Even though a product might seem technological, we should realise that nearly everything we eat nowadays is the result of food technology. These technologies have the potential to liberate billions of animals from suffering, reduce human malnutrition, fight climate change and prevent the next outbreak of zoonotic disease.”

There are around 51 food companies working in precision fermentation developing alternative proteins. Here are some to watch.


https://theveganreview.com/precision-fermentation-animal-free-not-dairy-free-vegan-cheese/






Perfect Day raises $350M and announces animal-free cream cheese


BRIEF

Perfect Day raises $350M and announces animal-free cream cheese

Published Sept. 30, 2021

Megan Poinski,

Senior Reporter

Dive Brief: Animal-free dairy company Perfect Day raised $350 million in a Series D round, bringing its total funding to $750 million. The funds will be used to fuel the company’s focus on biological science, ingredient innovation and consumer products. It was co-led by previous investors Temasek and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and included strong participation from Horizons Ventures, Bob Iger and SK Inc. 

Some of these funds will go towards Perfect Day’s affiliated CPG company, The Urgent Company, which announced a new brand of animal-free dairy staples: Modern Kitchen. Its first launch is three varieties of animal-free cream cheese. The Urgent Company said it will be available in select stores soon, and is available for pre-orders online.

Perfect Day is the only company with animal-free dairy ingredients currently on the market, making its debut with ice cream in 2019. At the Future Food-Tech conference this summer, Perfect Day Co-founder and CEO Ryan Pandya said cream cheese containing the company’s proteins would be available later this year, with 20 other products joining in 2022.

Dive Insight:

In a year of mega-funding rounds for alternative proteins, it’s not surprising that Perfect Day is clocking in with an amount that is tied for the largest single haul for a company in this space this year. The non-animal dairy protein pioneer has been widely recognized for its ingredients’ potential to shift the paradigm of where dairy proteins come from. Perfect Day makes its dairy proteins through precision fermentation, a process that involves encoding microbes with information to engineer a protein typically produced by an animal, and producing the protein in a fermentation tank.

“When we first started this almost eight years ago, we had the simple goal of creating a way to make dairy without animals,” Pandya said in a written statement. “We quickly realized that we could maximize our positive impact for the planet and the global food system by applying our technology and know-how across the supply chain.”

Perfect Day has started to deliver on that goal by making its products more widely available. The Urgent Company’s Brave Robot ice cream brand is sold in 5,000 grocery stores nationwide, according to the company, and some ice cream lines from Smitten, Graeter’s and Nick’s are using the animal-free dairy. Adding cream cheese to its portfolio will boost the company’s visibility in another section of the grocery store and another daypart. Despite Modern Kitchen not being a direct Perfect Day product, its packaging will have the company’s logo and information telling consumers more about the source of its proteins.

The company also announced a program to help other companies in the tech space. Last summer, Perfect Day quietly took on ownership and operations of Utah State University’s Synthetic Biomanufacturing Facility (SBF), located on the university’s Innovation Campus in Logan, Utah. The animal-free dairy maker said it’s using this facility and its expertise to expand into “enterprise biology,” which it defined as providing development services to help startups scale their technology. The company said it has a strong roster of companies it is working with at SBF, which is already a profitable business.

These funds further demonstrate the deep pockets of investors who are willing to support alternative proteins and food tech. Seven alternative protein entities received funding rounds greater than $100 million in 2020 alone. Fermented protein company Nature’s Fynd tied with Perfect Day for the largest single funding this year, closing a $350 million funding round in July. Earlier this year, Eat Just raised a total of $467 million — $200 million for the plant-based foods company as a whole and $267 million for its Good Meat cell-based chicken division. The LiveKindly Collective, an international platform for alternative protein brands, closed a $335 million funding round in March.

NotCo, which uses artificial intelligence to replicate animal proteins with those in plants, raised $235 million in July. Plant-based ingredients company Motif FoodWorks announced a $226 million funding round in June, and in July Israeli cell-based meat company Aleph Farms raised $105 million in hopes of bringing products to consumers next year.

Source: Perfect Day raises $350M and announces animal-free cream cheese | Food Dive







Any Animal-Free Eating Spaniards Out There?

No really, are there? Any Animal-Free Eating Spaniards Out There?

Is the USA Turning Spanish Immigrants Into Killers? I live in a diverse environment with lots of Spanish people, and never met or witnessed a bona fide eating with a conscience Spanish speaking person, no matter the hue of the skin.

Or are they social media born and bred? When they turn off the computer do they become animal-eaters again?

Where are all the Spanish vegans for health or vegans for the animals in the USA, besides the part-time ones on social media? I’ve lived in Cleveland for twenty-six years. I met one vegan family and a few bartenders who claimed to be vegan thinking I’d tip them better. So where are they? Those few weren’t Spanish.

  • I don’t tip people based on their ideology or politics. I don’t care who or what they are, or who they claim to be as long as they don’t mess with my food as long as they don’t mess with my food.

Are there any?

Seeings how the Spanish immigrants from South Of The USA Border work in the slaughter industries I don’t think they’d be promoting animal-free meats. You can’t slaughter plants.

• I met a guy at the bus stop once who said he worked in a slaughter house years ago and still eats animals, so I’m thinking that the slaughterers become immune to the suffering in order to keep doing it. Sort of like military personnel in combat turning off that part of the brain that says thou shalt not kill.

And seeings though the Spanish work together for their common good and are intimately aware of each other’s activities and proclivities, I doubt there are many closet plant-eaters among them. They’d be shamed out of it in short order.

They’re not going to go much beyond offering half plant and half animal at their ethnic restaurants. They go where the money is by covering all their bases, just like everybody else. Animal cheese, milk, egg, meat. Eating animals is not only their culture and tradition, but their livelihoods. They slaughter them. They immigrate to other countries to slaughter them – that’s their better life.

It doesn’t have to be their better life – slaughtering defenseless animals for people’s perverted appetites for flesh and blood – it’s not written in stone nor in any holy book.

Convert factories and processing centers from raising animals for slaughter to growing plants to survive and thrive. Give immigrants a reason to be proud of the work they do. Demand it. State of the art facilities. Best working conditions, mostly inside. Transform the entire food industry from a brutal process from birth to plate into a life-affirming, survive to thrive work environment. No one dies at your hands.

Why turn immigrants into killers? Why would anyone think an entire ethnicity of people (descendants of Spanish conquistadores) would like or want or seek out slaughtering jobs in foreign countries that don’t speak their language?

Because they’re born killers? Born conquerors? Because they’re desperate? You take advantage? What’s the point? There’s money in plants, more than in animals. You just haven’t explored far enough, long enough, deep enough, wide enough, high enough.

The laziest of strategies equals do what everybody else is doing or what you’ve always done. The blueprint is already there, not much thought needs to go into anything traditional or cultural; it’s been done before many times over.

I get a kick out of animal chefs being interviewed on television always talking about how Mama cooked from her heart without a recipe, and that’s why their recipes are so good. Heart or no heart, Mama only had a handful of recipes and made them so many times over and over again that she didn’t need to write them down. She learned by rote.

• These chefs using Mamas recipes obviously don’t have the creative skills to develop their own, otherwise they would, so why would anyone want to support their restaurants based on somebody’s mother’s limited number of recipes handed down from generation to generation, which only means nobody cared to explore new, different, better ways of feeding their families?

There’s a new and better blueprint and it involves all plants all the time without exception to the rule.

Better get busy. Catching up is nearing the ‘leaving people behind’ stage – in the money department. You don’t want to be the last on that bandwagon do you?

You have the political clout, now push for conversions of all animal processing plants into plant processing plants. Demand it.

Growers already do it with marijuana, now do it with fruits, nuts and vegetables. Nobody picks grains, machines do that, so keep the grains outdoors.



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Precision fermentation and cellular agriculture


Precision fermentation and cellular agriculture

Cellular agriculture allows us to produce genuine animal proteins through microbial precision fermentation. This paper details the history of protein production via fermentation for food applications as well as aspects of cellular agriculture that present novel technical challenges….


ARTICLE: https://gfi.org/resource/precision-fermentation-and-cellular-agriculture/






ASPARAGUS SOUP hot or cold

ASPARAGUS SOUP

Asparagus only. SPICE TIME IMITATION CHICKEN BOUILLON. Salt and pepper. That is it. That’s all it takes to make a delectable asparagus soup.

  • So, living in Northampton, Massachusetts while attending school, not that far from home, we rented an apartment in a house. The owners owned a farm. The wife once exclaimed while conversing – oh the kids came home to pick grass – something they never wanted to do when young and she laughed. I must have looked quizzical.
  • Asparagus, she said. That’s what we call grass. Pickin’ grass. Asparagus.

Serve hot or cold.

You may ask why not use canned asparagus if you cook the fresh to look and texture like canned? Good question.

The canned or jarred is more expensive and there’s not enough broth, and sometimes it’s too soft. Plus you’d need a few cans/jars to equal two pounds of the fresh asparagus.

There’s no cream in this soup, even though it looks and feels creamy.

Makes 6-1/2 cups

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Allowing Atrocities Against Nonhuman Animals To Keep The Human Atrocity Rate Down


Allowing Atrocities Against Nonhuman Animals To Keep The Human Atrocity Rate Down

The reasoning goes like this: If these deviant people, of which there are many, can’t have access to torturing and killing other animals, they’ll be killing human animals.

Turning the other way, a blind eye, oh we see it, but who did it hurt?

The animal who suffered the atrocious attack is who it hurt. Animal sacrifices happen all over the globe, but because these animals can’t vote, lawmakers and politicians don’t pursue those crimes. Even when there are laws prohibiting it, it’s not a priority unless a human gets hurt.

The world enslaves, tortures and slaughters billions of animals every year in gruesome acts or confinement, torture and dismemberment. So what’s the big deal if someone does it outside the slaughter industries in their backyard in the middle of the night, in the forest or a basement out of view?


All the gruesome acts committed against animals who can’t fight back are also committed against humans, who are kidnapped, drugged and contained.

Why then do social engineers insist on allowing these gruesome acts against nonhuman animals when they know full well that it does not stop or discourage similar acts against humans?

Why not try stopping said acts against nonhuman animals, and see what happens? Do you really think that the same people who commit horrendous acts against animals will turn and commit them against humans? I don’t believe so.

This sounds like legalizing prostitution to keep the rape rate down. Where is the data that proves that theory to be statistically significant? There is none. It’s all conjecture.

These deviants do it because they can get away with it, nobody cares about the defenseless animal. These deviants don’t want a human.

What scientific data, that hasn’t been corrupted by agendas related to profit and politics, proves that theory?

When, where and under what conditions was that theory tested?

Just because some serial killers were mean to animals in their childhood, or killed animals prior to killing humans, doesn’t mean that killing animals in one’s youth leads to killing humans later. Even if it did, why allow it in youth, making it an acceptable act by the sheer fact that it’s overlooked and under reported.

Somebody cuts down the wrong cherry tree and the whole world knows about it. Somebody chops up a defenseless animal or sets an animal on fire and it’s no big deal.

Steal from somebody’s garden and the skies light up, because everybody knows it’s wrong, even the universe. How do they know that? They know it, because they were taught it. They were taught to respect the property of others. Most animals who are tortured don’t belong to anybody.

Bold moves are needed now, not in twenty years. You don’t know the future because you can’t recognize the past.

Teach your children to respect all animals, whether you do or not.

Teach them young.

Teach them at school, teach them at church, teach them at home – you know, just like the dairy industry taught all of you through every means available to feed your children milk three times a day for healthy teeth and bones. Remember that lie you all fell for?

Your teeth still rotted, your bones still broke.

The worst supremacists in the world think they’re superior to all the nonhuman animals, not anybody’s race or ethnicity. Race and ethnic discrimination is small potatoes in comparison to the mammoth boil on the backs of the entire human race.

• if human is a race, then each species is a separate race onto itself, since human is a race within the kingdom of animals.

• contrary to popular thought, color is not a race. somebody wanting to differentiate for statistical purposes made it into one – probably the Brits had a hand in that.

Black Africans are the biggest offenders in the SUPREMACY DEPARTMENT. What a lie they told all these years making themselves the victims, while eating souls of animals for power and prestige.

The world needs to begin correcting their behavior, not by removing statues that nobody cares about anyway. Change your behavior toward all animals and you won’t be fighting with each other so much.

Strange how when anybody mentions violence and veganism, they always point to Osama bin Laden as a vegetarian and look what he did. Well, nobody is really sure that he was the mastermind behind the attacks on 9-11 2002. He was definitely anti-American. Several masterminds since then surfaced claiming responsibility and they all had information he lacked.

The media sure did zero in on bin Laden’s vegetarianism.

That was the slaughter industry and the USA government exploiting the attacks on America via the media to promote anti-veganism and anti-vegetarianism.

‘Look what happens when you don’t eat meat – you blow up the world’ – just like Osama bin Laden did.

The slaughter industry and the USA government promoted the continuation of enslavement, torture and slaughter against billions of defenseless animals yearly as a backdrop to 911.

That tells you something about both those industries that would go to any length, no matter how perverse and atrocious, to keep the slaughterhouses open for business.

Again and again Madison Avenue linked Osama bin Laden the most notorious terrorist in the world with a vegan/vegetarian diet.

If you don’t eat animals, then you must be a terrorist.

Actually, if you do eat animals, you are a terrorist – not to other humans, but to every other animal on the planet.

Muslims don’t drink, then Muslims are terrorists, and then they added anybody who doesn’t eat flesh and blood is also a terrorist.

It’s like anybody who wet the bed as a kid is a serial killer.

That’s how labels destroy lives, property and ideas. The government always starts it when business interests are brought to their attention to be remedied. Not for the pizza joint on the corner, but much bigger than that. But even that pizza dealer sells animal meat on all the pizza, pasta and sub offerings.


Allowing Atrocities Against Nonhuman Animals To Keep The Human Atrocity Rate Down

The atrocity rate against nonhuman animals is perversely high.

The atrocity rate against humans is high. Human against human – war after war, murder after murder.

Nonhuman animals cause none of it against humans, so why pick on animals who aren’t picking on you? But to develop an entire industry around the birthing, raising, slaughtering of animals and the selling of animal products as the base of one’s economy is off the planet insane, dangerous and vicious.

It needs to end, and if the world doesn’t speed up the process, it will end abruptly.




Allowing Atrocities Against Nonhuman Animals To Keep The Human Atrocity Rate Down

The reasoning goes like this: If these deviant people, of which there are many, can’t have access to torturing and killing other animals, they’ll be killing human animals.

Turning the other way, a blind eye, oh we see it, but who did it hurt?

The animal who suffered the atrocious attack is who it hurt. Animal sacrifices happen all over the globe, but because these animals can’t vote, lawmakers and politicians don’t pursue those crimes. Even when there are laws prohibiting it, it’s not a priority unless a human gets hurt.

The world enslaves, tortures and slaughters billions of animals every year in gruesome acts or confinement, torture and dismemberment. So what’s the big deal if someone does it outside the slaughter industries in their backyard in the middle of the night, in the forest or a basement out of view?


All the gruesome acts committed against animals who can’t fight back are also committed against humans, who are kidnapped, drugged and contained.

Why then do social engineers insist on allowing these gruesome acts against nonhuman animals when they know full well that it does not stop or discourage similar acts against humans?

Why not try stopping said acts against nonhuman animals, and see what happens? Do you really think that the same people who commit horrendous acts against animals will turn and commit them against humans? I don’t believe so.

This sounds like legalizing prostitution to keep the rape rate down. Where is the data that proves that theory to be statistically significant? There is none. It’s all conjecture.

These deviants do it because they can get away with it, nobody cares about the defenseless animal. These deviants don’t want a human.

What scientific data, that hasn’t been corrupted by agendas related to profit and politics, proves that theory?

When, where and under what conditions was that theory tested?

Just because some serial killers were mean to animals in their childhood, or killed animals prior to killing humans, doesn’t mean that killing animals in one’s youth leads to killing humans later. Even if it did, why allow it in youth, making it an acceptable act by the sheer fact that it’s overlooked and under reported.

Somebody cuts down the wrong cherry tree and the whole world knows about it. Somebody chops up a defenseless animal or sets an animal on fire and it’s no big deal.

Steal from somebody’s garden and the skies light up, because everybody knows it’s wrong, even the universe. How do they know that? They know it, because they were taught it. They were taught to respect the property of others. Most animals who are tortured don’t belong to anybody.

Bold moves are needed now, not in twenty years. You don’t know the future because you can’t recognize the past.

Teach your children to respect all animals, whether you do or not.

Teach them young.

Teach them at school, teach them at church, teach them at home – you know, just like the dairy industry taught all of you through every means available to feed your children milk three times a day for healthy teeth and bones. Remember that lie you all fell for?

Your teeth still rotted, your bones still broke.

The worst supremacists in the world think they’re superior to all the nonhuman animals, not anybody’s race or ethnicity. Race and ethnic discrimination is small potatoes in comparison to the mammoth boil on the backs of the entire human race.

if human is a race, then each species is a separate race onto itself, since human is a race within the kingdom of animals.

contrary to popular thought, color is not a race. somebody wanting to differentiate for statistical purposes made it into one – probably the Brits had a hand in that.

Black Africans are the biggest offenders in the SUPREMACY DEPARTMENT. What a lie they told all these years making themselves the victims, while eating souls of animals for power and prestige.

The world needs to begin correcting their behavior, not by removing statues that nobody cares about anyway. Change your behavior toward all animals and you won’t be fighting with each other so much.

Strange how when anybody mentions violence and veganism, they always point to Osama bin Laden as a vegetarian and look what he did. Well, nobody is really sure that he was the mastermind behind the attacks on 9-11 2002. He was definitely anti-American. Several masterminds since then surfaced claiming responsibility and they all had information he lacked.

The media sure did zero in on bin Laden’s vegetarianism.

That was the slaughter industry and the USA government exploiting the attacks on America via the media to promote anti-veganism and anti-vegetarianism.

‘Look what happens when you don’t eat meat – you blow up the world’ – just like Osama bin Laden did.

The slaughter industry and the USA government promoted the continuation of enslavement, torture and slaughter against billions of defenseless animals yearly as a backdrop to 911.

That tells you something about both those industries that would go to any length, no matter how perverse and atrocious, to keep the slaughterhouses open for business.

and yes, the government is a business.

Again and again Madison Avenue linked Osama bin Laden the most notorious terrorist in the world with a vegan/vegetarian diet.

If you don’t eat animals, then you must be a terrorist.

Actually, if you do eat animals, you are a terrorist – not to other humans, but to every other animal on the planet.

Muslims don’t drink, then Muslims are terrorists, and then they added anybody who doesn’t eat flesh and blood is also a terrorist.

It’s like anybody who wet the bed as a kid is a serial killer.

That’s how labels destroy lives, property and ideas. The government always starts it when business interests are brought to their attention to be remedied. Not for the pizza joint on the corner, but much bigger than that. But even that pizza dealer sells animal meat on all the pizza, pasta and sub offerings.


Allowing Atrocities Against Nonhuman Animals To Keep The Human Atrocity Rate Down

The atrocity rate against nonhuman animals is perversely high.

The atrocity rate against humans is high. Human against human – war after war, murder after murder.

Nonhuman animals cause none of it against humans, so why pick on animals who aren’t picking on you? But to develop an entire industry around the birthing, raising, slaughtering and the selling of animal products as the base of one’s economy is off the planet insane, dangerous and vicious.

It needs to end, and if the world doesn’t speed up the process, it will end abruptly.



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MEAT VS FLOUR

MEAT VS FLOUR

Gluten-free is becoming synonymous with animal products. When ordering out at a restaurant you can be pretty sure that if it’s GLUTEN-FREE it CONTAINS ANIMALS.

That’s the slaughter industries hiding behind the gluten-free labels.

I wonder if restaurants do to the gluten-free diners what they do to the animal-free diners – offer them half and half – an animal-free burger on an animal-laden bun. Or animal-free toppings on an animal-laden pizza crust.

Fair is fair. Do restaurants actually offer gluten-free diners a pizza with gluten-free toppings and a gluten-laden crust, or a gluten-free burger on a gluten-laden bun? Do they do that?

Animal-free friendly is not half and half.

Gluten-free friendly is not half and half.

Don’t call your restaurant animal friendly when you sell slaughtered animals.

Vegan friendly they call the restaurant that has animal-free options. If vegan means no animal on the plate, then it is not a vegan friendly restaurant when that restaurant sells animal-free meat. What’s friendly about that?

Vegan should mean animal friendly. If it doesn’t, then vegans got lost along the way.

Call it something else, anything but friendly. What does friendly even mean, we won’t hurt you for not eating animals? You can feel safe in this restaurant arm of the slaughterhouse? You’re welcome to eat at our slaughterhouse? That’s what animal meat restaurants are, extensions of slaughterhouses.

I’ve never seen a half and half gluten-free dish offered in any of the restaurants I frequented.

I’m still wondering why restaurants are openly discriminating against animal-free by expecting animal-free diners to eat half animal and half animal-free.

When gluten-free became popular it didn’t take the food industry long to get on board and provide gluten-free options across the board in all areas of food development and service. They were not expected to go half gluten and half gluten-free.

We’ll give you the crust animal-free, but it comes with cheese unless you want to forego the cheese. The sauce too, it has some chicken broth in it. You can get plain oil. We’ll give you the burger animal-free, but not the bun, of course you’re most welcome to order just the burger. No animal-free mayo though. Just mustard, ketchup, pickle.

What’s this all about?

It’s not enough to say discrimination against animal-free while favoring gluten-free. Accept it and move on or work around or with it. That’s the vague undercurrent running through all the so-called vegan options popping up in restaurants across the land.

Meat, animal meat, is the backbone, foundation, money maker of the food industry period.

Animal meat makes money, big money for all engaged in raising the animal, processing the animal, preparing and selling the animal. Economic foundations of nations are built on it.

Gluten-free is all about eating animal meat. The more the merrier.

It boils down to this: MEAT VS FLOUR. If you can’t eat flour, that’s fine with us, as long as you eat the meat, okay? We’ll fix the flour for you so you can eat it, but the meat, well, that’s our bread and butter.

Hey, we like gluten-freers – free them of the gluten that hurts them. It’s all good.

Restaurant owners don’t want people who don’t eat meat in their establishments. That’s their money maker. It’s all about the money.

Hey, why go to a bar if you don’t drink? That’s the sentiment regarding animal-freers. Why go to a restaurant if you don’t eat meat – animals? That’s the way the world runs – on animals, not flour. If flour were king, it wouldn’t be so cheap. Besides flour makes you fat, animals don’t. And while you’re at it, stop calling meat animals. It’s meat.

It’s clear that diners and restaurant operators care about the health of the diner, as long as they’re buying the main focus of the menu, which is animal meat.

The animal-free diners get disrespected, because they won’t comply. They want delicious dishes absent the animal products. The animal-freers care about the well-being of those offered up as a flesh and blood sacrifices to the diners as well as their own health, which countless studies indicate is at risk when consuming flesh and blood.

The animal-freer is all about good taste in civilized dining. The gluten-freers are all about themselves, and to hell with all those animals they need to survive.

Truth be told, people who actually have celiac disease don’t die from lack of animal meat; they die by eating too much gluten from grains. The animal has nothing to do with their disease or sensitivities. Let that be known far and wide.

sldt

I’m going to have to shut you down for discriminating against animal-free diners. DINERS WITH HEART.



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DOMINION VS CONSUMPTION

DOMINION

Who and what does God have dominion over?

Answer the question quickly – those of you who claim to know about the God of your particular religion. What’s talking you so long?

You seem to know more quickly whom you have dominion over.

Did God give the human animal dominion over all other animals?

For what purpose?

That should be easy enough, especially easy for those who claim human animal dominion over all non-human animals.

You don’t know the purpose. An entire bible written and God left out the purpose?


I’m looking for synonyms of the word dominion, since nobody seems to know or understand what dominion means. The bible writers/editors/makers obviously left that unclear, since noboy knows or understands it (no girl for sure had any hand in writing/editing/making of any bible or holy book ever).

So I went to google to ask.

Google says dominion means:

  1. sovereignty or control.

Similar

supremacy ascendancy dominance domination superiority predominance preeminence primacy hegemony authority mastery control command direction powers way rule government jurisdiction sovereignty suzerainty lordship overlordship leadership influence the upper hand the whip hand the edge advantage hold grasp empire predomination paramountcy prepotence prepotency prepollency

2. the territory of a sovereign or government.

Similar

dependency colon protectorate territory province outpost

satellite satellitestate holding possession tributary

fief demesne realm kingdom empire domain

country nation land


Nowhere in any synonyms I found did it come close to mentioning consumption.

DOMINION does not mean CONSUMPTION.

If God created everything, then why write a bible only for humans?

Does God exist today in 2021?

Who does God have dominion over now?

Only the male human animal?

So God controls the human male animal, but no other animal?

So who controls everybody else?

The male animal? How so?

Control thus consume and that’s the only male duty?

Does the male human consume his wife and their children too? Is that what control means?

If God controls the human male and control means consumption, then dominion means consumption.

Why doesn’t God consume the male human, if that’s what God meant by dominion?

Is it only the male human animal that God has dominion over?

Does God own the male human? Is the male human the sole property of God? Is that what dominion means? God owns the male human and the male human owns the female human? To have and to hold and consume?

No.

God does not control the male human by bestowing ownership thus control rights of all the animals in the animal kingdom including non-male humans.

God did not trust any human, male or otherwise or any other one or more animals to own thus control thus commit to slavery all other beings.

The bible is fiction. As with all fiction within lies specks of truth that be forewarned have great capacity to erupt into spectacularly oppressive lies.

Therein lies the truth of prejudice, discrimination, enslavement, torture and slaughter. One leads to the other if left unchecked. When any of the FIVE FLAWS become a part of gender, racial or ethnic culture, all beings suffer.

aside: If God had dominion over only the human male, then who was given dominion over the environment?

And just as important, if God was given only one group (the male human) to control, and the male human was given all other all female humans to control, plus all other non-human animals, that means some other entity doled out the assignments and gave the human male animal the lion’s share of control and God a mere pittance in comparison.

Perhaps that’s in the next chapter not yet written. Who actually gave God dominion over only the male human animal? Who actually gave the male human animal dominion over all non-human animals? Who changed the dominion law to mean consumption?

For me, who or whom doesn’t matter. The FIVE PRINCIPLES are all one needs to survive and thrive.

So, God guides the male human and the male human guides the female human plus all the non-human animals.

So dominion means guide, not consume.

Yeah, so my itching question remains who put the male human in charge while God took the longest nap in history?



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Animals VS Plants

PLANTS vs ANIMALS

Milk, cheese and eggs are not plants and they don’t come from plants. There’s no such thing as milk, cheese and egg seeds that get planted in the soil in order to grow milk, cheese and egg plants. You can’t pick an egg from a branch and neither can you milk the stem of a plant to extract cow milk. Milk, cheese, eggs come from animals. Thus milk, cheese and eggs are not plants.

People who eat vegetables or plant-based foods, but whom also eat milk, cheese and eggs add the words lacto or ovo to the word vegetarian, indicating that they eat animal products in addition to plant-based products. For behavior controlling reasons the food industry now calls any prepared food containing milk, cheese and eggs vegetarian. Stop it. Stop calling your animal families plants, just so you can eat them.







THE UNICORN EXISTS


It just wasn’t visible till now. This short expose poses serious questions and answers.

ABSTRACT:

It starts as a biopsy of cells from the animal du jour who is being birthed, raised on grass and eventually slaughtered to feed the rich. The biopsies are taken to cell-cultured meat labs and grown into their respective animal meats absent a nervous system that can detect pain and suffering. These animal meats will be fed to the non-rich.


UNICORN

It sounds like ten percent of current beef or other animal consumption will be farmed on grassy lands for rich people at high prices where the unicorn farmer grabs animal cells with which to start their unicorn farms – indoors – that will provide the other 90 percent of the world with similar fare at cheaper prices, which won’t have the health dis-benefits of eating animals raised in the whole and eaten in processed parts. Keep in mind that an animal birthed and raised for consumption has been processed through manipulation of all its bodily systems.

An estimated seventy-seven billion land animals are slaughtered for food annually. That doesn’t include the animals slaughtered for a multitude of industrial purposes.

More unicorn factories will emerge to supply whatever non-food products in which animals are now contained, such as glue, make-up and condoms etc.

Eventually, if synthetic fabrics become problematic due to the contained chemicals, which I suspect they will, then hair will be grown in a similar way.

Ten percent at the going rate of seventy-seven billion animals just for consumption, not other purposes, equals 7,700,000,000 or seven billion, seven hundred million.

What that means is seven billion, seven hundred million land animals yearly worldwide will be enslaved, tortured and slaughtered for consumption only.

Simultaneously, marine animals will be replaced the same way.


Subconsciously most people are repulsed by the enslavement torture slaughter of their flesh and blood food.

The UNICORN wipes that away, especially since the ten percent of the worst treated in factory farms are now on luxury death row in comparison. The engineers argue that somebody has to eat the unicorns when no longer needed for their prime cells. Rich people is their answer.

The ten percent aka upper classes who will consume parts of the processed grass fed animals rather than the UNICORN, never were animal-free. Go into any high end restaurant area frequented by the rich and vegan options are non-existent or hardly visible. Gluten-free has taken its place because it allows multiple animal options with no apparent guilt.

Guilt is for the lower than rich categories, the ones who will be relegated to saving the planet through their selfless food choices, if for no other reason than their massive numbers dictate it.

Even if it did begin with a biopsy of the muscle of an animal, ‘that’s all we took’ the UNICORN farmers will claim, there has been no writing for the public on whether or not they need to keep going back for more cells, or if they’ll conduct third and fourth and one hundred and fourth generations from the original biopsies.

The question is will these UNICORN animals be the same grass fed animals going to slaughter for the rich? Or will there be separate farms for the UNICORN-DESTINED animals?

Then there’s the question of different species of animals. Will the rich people of the world with a taste for exotic animals demand exotic animal habitat friendly birthing and raising locations to feed their penchant for novelty, and use UNICORN farmers as an excuse to continue feeding their bad habits?

After all, why not give the masses a taste of what the rich have, when of course that’s not the real reason, but it will look good to some social engineers.

The next thing we know, exotic animals are on the menu everywhere and the percentage of those enslaved, tortured and slaughtered for the rich increases, when not many of the poorer classes would have developed a taste for the exotic had it not been made available, because the rich couldn’t do without the power and privilege over an exotic animal.

In the end, all the original animals, whether raised on grass for the rich to eat, or biopsied for lab grown meat in a UNICORN lab for the non-rich to eat, will be slaughtered.



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