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  • Veganism is not the solution.

    I could go on about how good meat products taste, or i could talk about how the fact that veganism has become more of a cult than a diet, but instead ill say this: If you are a vegan to "save the animals" you are an idiot.
    1: the animals we eat are domesticated, aside from deer. If everyone were to stop eating the domesticated animals, there would be no use for them. No reasom for farmers to breed and take care of them. The domesticated species would go extinct.
    Farm animals are not pets, you arent gonna have a cow in your house to come run up to the door to greet you when you get home. They are born to eventually die. And their death serves the purpose of feeding humans.
    2 some people are physically incapable of doing vegetarian/vegan diets, causing sickness and pain. Nobody wants that... Unless thats your kink i mean.
    3 it would be a massive demolition of our economy, think about how many food industries there are. Now suddenly they all go out of business, its a big hit to the nations economy.

  • Vegetarianism is bad

    Here's a debate speech that i wrote for english:
    Vegetarians are wrong. They say that they are saving the world and the animals and all that garbage, but in fact, they are destroying it, along with everyone else that they persuade to be vegetarian. They are causing global warming, causing heart problems to anyone that they get to be vegetarian, as well as causing cancer, heart disease’s, bone weakness and famine.
    Most vegetarians are green’s, and the greens are complaining about people causing a larger hole in the ozone layer, even though Vegetarians are increasing the speed of the growth of the hole in the ozone layer. Cow’s, goats and sheep are some of the highest producers of methane, and the vegetarians are letting them live! The methane produced by the cows, goats and sheep is increasing the size of the hole in the ozone layer, which is leading to global warming and thus leading to the destruction of all of humanity.
    Secondly, vegetarians cause many different diseases and conditions, such as heart disease and bone weakness’s, as the vegetarians aren’t getting enough protein or calcium to keep their bones strong. They say that people will live longer if they turn to vegetarianism, but this is a total lie. Vegetarians need the vitamins in meat and if they don’t get it, they will be lacking in what they need.
    Vegetarianism doesn’t cause famine, you might say. But yes, they do. If the vegetarians eat all the tomato’s, potato’s, carrot’s and other salads then what will our livestock eat? It takes 15 pounds of feed to get one pound of meat, which means that not enough meat will be produced if the vegetarians eat all of food for the livestock.
    In conclusion, I think that if vegetarianism was banned, the world would be a safer place for everyone, and people will live longer than they would if vegetarianism was encouraged. If vegetarianism was banned, hospitals would be able to save more lives, as they won’t be full of people with bone weaknesses and heart problems. It is because of vegetarians; the hospitals are full and less lives are being saved. You don’t want people to die just for an animal, so why not ban vegetarianism?

  • Here's a story why not:

    Once, upon a time there was a cow named Danae. In another field, there was a broccoli named Lupin. Lupin was very scared because she knew that her field would be harvested very soon. Oh no! The farmer was approaching with a hoe. He brutally murdered her. Meanwhile, Danae lived without a care in the world.
    That is why we are not vegetarian, kids!

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