kallefs wrote:Indigenous people is not something to strive after simply because I don't believe that they has as high efficiency/footprint as you claim. And even if they did, them eating animals was not the cause of it.
JP wrote:i love it when gelert appears out of nowhere and posts some awesome gems
good to see you mate!
muchluv wrote:When I grow up I want to be Gelert.
Konstantin wrote:I don't get the point of the thread Chris. You can interpret veganism as the solution to all problems or a helpful minor personal action, or maybe somewhere inbetween, but surely it still has to be a positive thing because it helps towards a growing vegan movement and reduces demand for animal products.
Loads of other independent choices exist around cars, packaging, consumerism, children etc., hopefully people are thinking about them as well - veganism surely doesn't demand sufficient attention to make the others impossible to consider.
Maybe you felt a bit hassled by previous posts but hopefully you're still going to use the forum and you're just having one of those 'pissed off with it all' times that a lot of us have.
Talyn wrote:Take a look at veganism say, fifty years ago. As a movement it has gone from a few sandal-wearing hippies, into mainstream, there are now vegans from all walks of life and it is getting more acknowledgement (and resistance) as it grows. Even in the six years I've been vegan I have seen a shift in attitudes.
Chris Vaughn wrote:
Taking these into account--especially points 1 and 2--it really seems like my personal choice to not eat animals is akin to spitting into a forest fire.
He posted on facebook something along the lines of not being vegan anymore about a week ago. I'm sure now he'll find another topic to post articles about everyday for a couple of months till he changes his mind about that too, and no-one will take him seriously on them either.DB wrote:We seem to have lost Chris somewhere along the way.
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