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Updated Partial List Of Famous Vegetarians, Vegans, & Fruitarians (tags)
Some abstain from mammal, bird and fish flesh. Others also say no to eggs and dairy. Still others are fruitarians because of plant sentience, highest acreage yield, healthiest food, least energy in production etc. These kind diets are expanding geometrically.
Famous Vegetarians, Vegans, And Fruitarians (tags)
This incomplete list of vegetarians, vegans and fruiitarians includes those who abstain from meat, fish and in some cases eggs, dairy, even nonfruits includes people motivated by animal rights, prevention of human disease, protection of the environment
Some Famous Vegetarians, Vegans And Fruitarians (tags)
A partial list of the world's hundreds of millions of practitioners of nonviolent diet There are 450 million vegetarians in India alone
Socialist Animalism (tags)
Free collection of articles.
LeBron James Invited To Join These Vegan, Vegetarian And Fruitarian Champion (tags)
Carl Lewis, 10 Olympic golds, Roger Bannister and John Landy, 1st and 2nd men to break 4 minute mile, Serena Williams, Martina Navratilova, tennis champions, Dick Gregory who ran 3000 miles across the US on a fruitarian diet, Hank Aaron, champion baseball player etc.
Famous Vegetarians, Vegans, Fruitarians (tags)
Millions more become vegetarian or vegan every year adding their names to the book of life for all. Mary Shelley, Clara Barton, Leonardo, Van Gogh, Einstein, Jesus the Essene, Angela Davis, Carl Lewis, Roger Bannister, John Landy, and hundreds of millions of others on the planet are vegetarian
220 schoolgirls enslaved by Boko Haram (tags)
Quote: "If occidentalism was absurd in the past, it's preposterous now. Boko Haram is not reacting to western intervention in Nigeria, for there is none. The only way you can pretend the west is to blame is by agreeing that knowledge is "western knowledge", rather than the property of the entire human race, and that the education of girls is "western cultural imperialism" – a road that leads you to nihilism as soon as you step down it."
How An Animal Rights Activist Changed The World In 5 Hours (tags)
With only 5 hours of work, Henry Spira convinced Prime Minister Indira Gandhi to stop sending primates to the US.
Remote Control Killing Like Sport (tags)
Obama Year Two: Continued Betrayal and Failure (Part I) (tags)
Drones: A slam-dunk weapons system or our ticket to hell? (tags)
"Whatever the short-term gains from introducing drone warfare in these past years, we are now locked into the 24/7 assassination trade - with the US's own set of non-suicide bombers on the job into eternity. This may pass for sanity in Washington, but it's surely helping to pave the road to hell. Haven't any of these folks ever seen a sci-fi film? Are none of them Terminator fans? Are they sure they want to open the way to unlimited robot war, keeping in mind that, if this is the latest game in town, it won't remain mainly an American one for long. And just wait until the first Iranian drone takes out the first Balochi guerrilla supported by American funds somewhere in Pakistan. Then let's see just what we think about the right of any nation to summarily execute its enemies - and anyone else in the vicinity - by drone. Is this actually what we Americans want to be known for? And if we let this happen, and General Atomics is working double or triple shifts to turn out ever more, ever-newer generations of robot warriors, while the nation suffers 10.2% unemployment, who exactly will think about shutting them down?
The Nature of the Christian Faith and the New Atheism (tags)
New atheism fights against fundamentalism, human religion, sees all violence as the product of faith, doesn't recognize the positive good in the church and theology and conflates all faith with fundamentalist literalism and reductionism. That Jesus is the way means no mone is alone.
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? The Controversial Peter Singer (tags)
I had the opportunity to eat, drink and make moral calculations with the Father of the Animal Rights Movement, philosopher Peter Singer.
How much should the wealthy give to the poor?