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Christian Vegetarian Association Presents:
Take Heart!
Red Meat Might Be the New Cigarettes

Martha Rosenberg, columnist/cartoonist who writes about public health, takes a look at what has happened with the view Americans have of red meat since the 1980’s. She clearly shows how little by little red meat has been linked negatively to health problems, to people related to the meat industry suffering from diseases linked to meat consumption, to egregious animal abuse and to celebrities ditching meat for good.

Please visit:
Is Red Meat the New Cigarettes?
http://dissidentvoice.org/2013/04/is-red-meat-the-new-cigarettes/
 
Red meat is the flesh of cows, who are God’s animals just like dogs and cats. They are sentient beings who feel pain, joy and fear. They play, mate, raise their young and form friendships. Sadly, when raised for their milk or meat, they are used and abused as if they were inanimate objects. It’s simply not possible to raise an animal for food and at the same time claim we love this animal or pretend we are showing compassion to him/her. Truly, the only way to show love and compassion to these animals is to abstain from using them for our benefit when there’s no need to do it. We free them from slavery and we free ourselves too. There’s nothing more liberating than to allow other creatures to live free from exploitation!

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