This Film Will TURN YOU VEGAN in 2 Minutes | Vegan News | LIVEKINDLY

This Film Will TURN YOU VEGAN in 2 Minutes | Vegan News | LIVEKINDLY


(pig squealing) – Are you gonna do it? – No, no! Stop, stop! – [Narrator] This week
animal rights organization, Last Chance For Animals
released a short film, that will turn you vegan in two minutes. NBA point guard, Kyrie Irving is starring in Beyond Meat’s first ad in its new athlete-powered campaign. Personal care giant, Proctor & Gamble ended animal testing in
its 19 cosmetic brands. Aldi releases vegan chocolate Easter eggs and vegan, Cadbury-style
creme eggs are now a thing? All of that and more on Live
Kindly’s Weekly Vegan News. A new short film titled Casa de Carne will turn you vegan in two minutes. The film, produced by
animal rights organization, Last Chance For Animals
introduces a fictional restaurant, Casa de Carne, which directly
translates to Meat House. At this restaurant, whatever
animal you order from the menu, you must slaughter yourself, before it is cooked and served to you. The video sees a customer order ribs and all is well, until
the twist is revealed, if he wants to eat the
pig, he must first kill it. Unsurprisingly he can’t
bring himself to do it, but the chefs at Casa de
Carne don’t seem to mind and they hop in to do the work,
while he is forced to watch a butcher slit the throat of his dinner. The video highlights what
a 2018 study revealed, half the population of America could not take the life
of an animal for food, if they had to do it themselves. Last year the group
behind this powerful film also produced Food for Thought, a short film portraying a world, where humans keep goats and pigs as pets and eat parrot and poodle meat for dinner. NBA legend, Shaquille O’Neal
joins 13 other top athletes in investing in vegan
meat brand, Beyond Meat. Shak joins fellow basketball player and Beyond Meat investor, Celtics’ point guard, Kyrie Irving. Irving is not only an investor,
but a brand ambassador too. – [Kyrie] I believe everyone
has a remarkable ability inside of them. (melodic piano music) – [Narrator] Irving is considered
one of the top athletes in the sport of basketball, he appeared in the new commercial announcing his collaboration
with Beyond Meat, the contact with the company began when Irving mentioned in a 2017 interview that he had adopted a vegan
diet during the off season. – You know, just understanding
what the diet is like for me, it was beneficial for me for
having the highest energy here and being able to sustain
it at a very high level. – [Narrator] The food brand reached out and offered to send him samples. – I’ve fallen in love
with the Beyond Burger going on two years now,
having a plant-based food, that is mashed together
with a bunch of protein, that ultimately will
help my body flourish. – [Narrator] The athlete
credits his plant-based diet for an improved performance on the court. O’Neal and Irving are
joined by other top athletes as Beyond Meat investors and ambassadors, including free solo climber, Alex Honnold. – I’m a professional climber
and I climb lots of things, very tall and sometimes
challenging things. – [Narrator] And Olympians,
Shaun White and Lindsay Vonn. Proctor & Gamble, the biggest
consumer goods company in the world wants to end
global animal testing by 2023. The global consumer goods giant announced that it had joined the
Be Cruelty Free campaign launched by animal rights non-profit, Humane Society International. – Symbols to keep an eye out for like the Fighting Animal Testing
symbol, look for the bunny, so it really is all about just bringing the awareness to light. – [Narrator] Proctor & Gamble owns a total of 19 cosmetic companies including Olay, Old Spice, Gilette. – [Man] And there will be no going back, because we, we believe in the best in men. – [Narrator] Ivory, Head and Shoulders, Herbal Essences and Pantene. Proctor & Gamble does not test products or ingredients on animals,
unless required by law. Over the past 40 years, it has invested more than $400 million
in alternative testing, it currently uses over 50 methods, half of which the company
had a hand in developing. The new collaboration with
Humane Society International will focus on mainstreaming
cruelty-free testing methods and laying pressure on
companies and world governments to update their policies. – Most European countries have banned it, right, the animal testing? – They banned it in 2013, yeah. They were the first
conglomerate, group of countries to actually ban it, so
that was back in 2013 and since then, India’s
followed suit, Norway, New Zealand and now we have legislation introduced in several other countries, including Canada and United States. – Welcome to Baskin Robbins, would you like to try
our Mango Fruit Blast? – Ah, no thanks. – [Narrator] Baskin Robbins heirs left their ice cream fortune
to start a vegan revolution. John Robbins is the son of American ice cream
chain founder, Irv Robbins. Though he grew up with
31 flavors of ice cream in the freezer, when John was in his 20s, he declined the opportunity to join the family business, the reason? John’s uncle, Burt Baskin,
one of the most successful American entrepreneurs in US history was dying of heart disease. – My Dad’s Uncle Burt was a big man and he always enjoyed the family product. He loved life and it was tragic that despite all of his business success, his life was taken from
him in his early 50s, I never even got to meet my Dad’s Uncle. – That’s why it’s my mission and the mission of my son and colleague, Food Revolution Network
co-founder, Ocean Robbins to get this information into your hands. – [Narrator] John’s
son, Ocean Robbins, 45, retold what his father told him. My Dad said, hey, I
don’t wanna spend my life selling a product that’s
going to contribute to more people getting sick and dying. John made drastic changes to his life by abstaining from the ice cream industry and moving to a remote cabin in the woods. Ocean Robbins was raised with an outlook, that centered around
healthy, sustainable living, including a vegetarian diet. – What’s more important than ever is that you and I get
informed, get empowered, so we can truly take our health and our food choices into our own hands. – [Narrator] He’s following
in hid Dad’s footsteps. John has authored nine
books on healthy eating, including 1987’s bestseller,
Diet For a New America. Ocean recently released his first book, 31-Day Food Revolution, which according to the book’s description explores the secrets the
industrialized food industry doesn’t want you to know. Supermarket chain, Aldi is now stocking vegan chocolate Easter
eggs at its UK stores. The vegan dark chocolate egg comes paired with Ferrero Rocher like hazelnut truffles made by German chocolatier, Moser Roth. Other supermarkets across
the UK are getting ready for Easter with dairy-free chocolates too, Moo Free is a dairy-free chocolate brand to look out for on supermarket shelves. If you’re looking for
Cadbury-style vegan cream eggs, Mummy Meagz has you covered. While Cadbury makes its version with milk and dried egg whites, Mummy Meagz’s gooey, chocolatey, gluten-free, dairy-free Cream Eggs are made with sunflower,
lecithin and cocoa butter and are available to order online. Skittles Nude Vegan Candies are rumored to arrive in the US this year, Skittles Chewies, a
UK-exclusive vegan candy is essentially Skittles without the shell launched in the UK last July. – It tastes almost kind of like, the texture’s kind of like Hi-Chew, kind of like Mambas or Now and Laters, but into little drops, man. – [Narrator] It has a chewier texture and less of a fruit
flavor than the classic. While there’s yet to be an
official word from Skittles on when its Chewies candies
will arrive in the US, the hype is strong. What’s your favorite vegan treat? That’s it for today. Remember to subscribe
and hit the red bell, we’ll see you again next week for Live Kindly’s Vegan News.

100 Comments

  • datsunmadman says:

    I killed my food before. I butchered a pig before

  • Troll Master says:

    Keltics 🤣🤦‍♂️ ok bicchh

  • Brian Hobbs says:

    Okay okay… Give me the knife I want my bacon

  • John Sutter says:

    I'm not that half! I am a carnivore! IJS Proctor & Gamble still produce POISON!!! IJS

  • Sukh Bahadur says:

    Against animals testing but…are you still eating meats of animals?.. 🙂

  • Alexander Alonzo says:

    they are using cute pigs in that video

  • Jane Flower says:

    Check out the last news, the vegan diet is harmful and forbidden for children!!!

  • karen doyle says:

    Ratbag vegans….

  • Delta StormZ says:

    fuck yeah i would kill my dinner i wanna learn how to hunt

  • toy gummy bear says:

    P&G can go f themselves! They use palm oil

  • Why so Hateful? says:

    Kyrie turns vegan .. sad for celtics .. I wonder how vegans care for animals than farmers.. vegans must think this through..

  • L J says:

    Craving pork 😭😍

  • L J says:

    Ribs😍😍

  • Ravi Prasad says:

    Mankind evolution started when they started eating meat…its in our DNA…and if you want to save someone then save the poor or homeless or third world people…but eating animals is what we do

  • Luis Pedraza says:

    If youre vegan then you kill the plants whats the point of it ?????

  • Kermit Stewart says:

    I'm a vegan but I could care less about animals. It is just that the healthiest decision I could personally make is to not consume animals.

  • Pradip Gupta says:

    Veganism is extreme….
    Indian vegetarianism is more sensible ? Anyway this life on our planet survives on cruelty.

  • Rayan Agarm says:

    False meat house
    True house of meat

  • Brenda Colón says:

    I’ve never heard someone pronounce the nba Boston team as “Keltics” 😂😂

  • surendra nath says:

    I am an Indian. I don't prefer to eat meat.

  • Martingoldfire says:

    Humans are meat eaters, that's how we evolved. If alternatives to meat makes their way to the shop, I'll probably buy and eat them instead of meat 2-3 days a week, but I need meat too. If I have to kill it myself, well, gladly. That way I get to thank the animal before I take its life, seems fitting.

  • Khwahish Knez says:

    Proud to be Vegetarian.

  • L G says:

    I’m all in about plants base food Just wondering if the ice cream guys took the money

  • Perry Crozier says:

    S YouTube channel for the food police.

  • cv says:

    But then I have seen Vegan buying meat for their pet cats and dogs?? Who is encouraging meat ?

  • sudhanshu ahalawat says:

    Video is 8.22 min but it ll change in 2 min…

  • Rusty Stone says:

    Rusty A.N.S. > Human 'meat' eaters should be hunted, enslaved, terrorized, butchered and their flesh and blood devoured by 'meat eating HUMANS and other Carnivorous animals..No vulture culture cannibalism!!!! (c) 2019

  • Kiyarah Ling says:

    I was dead when she said kel ticks instead of cell ticks

  • B Carver says:

    Cool way to spread positivity. Although , honestly it really just made me want a bacon burger or some ribs.

  • Truth Teller says:

    Nope , grew up in the country have no problem killing chickens , pigs , cows , deer, rabbits ect… 😄👍

  • keecefly says:

    Me wanna eat meat even more than before.

    Kyrie will be back! They always come back!!!

    Hahhhhahh Haha Haha!!! 😶

  • Mickey D says:

    Yummy

  • Reuben Burns says:

    I watched it too and, I still enjoy and cook meat, sorry

  • Ikaika Arnado says:

    Casa De Carne is a great idea. Super fresh meat would be delicious!

  • Hermann Fegelein says:

    This is all just a load of bullshit, the animals are knocked out and then killed not slit in the throat

  • Hello There says:

    Them:let’s save animals!
    Also them:by killing MORE animals!!!!

  • YOUR MINE says:

    All i want to see is the short film

  • Craig Brill says:

    No, no it won’t.

  • 89 W says:

    Dude that restaurant would be lit freshest meat possible

  • Aamer Mirza says:

    Fuck off u bastereds I will never be a vegan 👎

  • Andro Borg says:

    I'm not vegan but I'm 78% vegetarian

  • Savage Rice Cake says:

    How many animals kill during planting crops and vegetables you vegan eats? Find it out, and you probably stop eat anything.

  • Muhammed Zelmat says:

    😂🤣 At 2:02 she says Keltics basketball team damn she stupid

  • zajímavosti o domácích mazlíčcích says:

    I am vegan❤️

  • Manar007 Kh. says:

    This is no hate, but I am still not vegan…🤷🏻‍♀️

  • big jim truth says:

    There is no invisible man in the sky Jesus never existed sry grow up wake up

  • Techno Crat says:

    If u make this film with a Cow! U will be called a Lyncher, A Go-rakshak and a right wing religious fundamentalist. If u Do it with a goat – u will be called a killer of secularism – because u are hurting the peacefuls. thats why u r using a Pig. Luck Pigs, Unluck Cows!

  • Jamie Young says:

    So is anyone up for a bacon and egg sandwiches

  • Black Bee says:

    This is a food chain we gotta eat meat bro

  • PINK says:

    I want vegan snickers.

  • makot ktjm says:

    https://twitter.com/custommade1030x/status/1134082188654202881?s=19

  • Logan-Breedon breedon says:

    Anybody watching while eating meat

  • XANNY X says:

    Yep I definitely still like pork

  • Afaq Joseph says:

    Still need to eat meat 😀

  • Ally says:

    A realistic video showing people that going down this lifestyle journey is better

  • Ally says:

    Rocky road

  • Kevin Gilbert says:

    I'm not even vegan or vegetarian and i enjoy this channel.

  • Donald Trump says:

    Yummy

  • יוסי בוקר says:

    זו התעללות בחיות!!!!!!!!!!

  • Sleep-Paralysis Demon says:

    Mmm…. Beef.

  • AND1 ANDY says:

    Besides Kobe ,Kyrie is my next favorite player to him.i look up to this dude more for using his platform for positive change

  • Mary Vegan power says:

    🌱🌱🌱❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • DeathJustice says:

    I don't get it, what's wrong with killing and eating an animal? All carnivorous animals do that. Not all people are butchers, but that doesn't mean they don't like the meat. Also, please make a video of yourselves telling the starving people in Africa and SE Asia that they shouldn't eat animals. Try to convert them to vegans and see how that goes.

  • Devin says:

    Hi I’d like to see the video, not someone describing it without any insight. Your ‘whatever’ sucks

  • Tajuana Harrison says:

    I still like meat tho

  • Alicia Almeida says:

    Nope…will not go back

  • Sagar says:

    Still love meat

  • FAIR RIDER says:

    WHERE IS THIS EATERY? GREAT CONCEPT.

  • Char Covelesky says:

    Why is the UK so blessed with vegan options while the US is so desperate for some? Hmmmm….

  • Evan Hansley says:

    attack the animals be meat eater today

  • Sachin Raghavan says:

    Common Sense.

  • GageTDC2019 says:

    I’m not convinced

  • Daniel Rayner says:

    I just watched this eating a bacon sandwich

  • mike young says:

    I have seen restaurants in Belgium and France where they had trout in tanks of water . Diners could choose their own fish . I have also seen similar tanks with lobsters . Both were guaranteed fresh .

  • Dinar AndFriends says:

    "Kill him or her." Not "it".

  • PIZZA PLAY [TV] says:

    Ah, hello Thanks HAL love & help animals thanks for showing us. ANIMALS DONT HAVE FEELING AND THEY DO NOT LOVE PEOPLE! 1000. £DONATION TO YOU!!! For the people with a BRAIN THAT CARE I'll tell you our Wildlife didn’t have an easy go of it in 2018. We lost the LAST male northern white rhino, the vaquita porpoise continued its slide toward extinction, poachers kept targeting pangolins and other rare creatures, and through it all the Trump administration kept trying to whittle away at key protections for endangered species. So with that rough bit of recent history, what does 2019 hold? Well, in most cases it won’t be pretty. There will be more blood, more habitat loss, more legislative attacks and more extinctions Here are some big issues that experts say we should be watching in 2019: Humanity’s ongoing destruction of wildlife will lead to a shrinking of nature, with the average body size of animals falling by a quarter, a study predicts. The researchers estimate that more than 1,000 larger species of mammals and birds will go extinct in the next century, from rhinos to eagles. They say this could lead to the collapse of ecosystems that humans rely on for food and clean water. Humans have wiped out most large creatures from all inhabited continents apart from Africa over the last 125,000 years. This annihilation will accelerate rapidly in the coming years, according to the research The future extinctions can be avoided if radical action is taken to protect wildlife and restore habitats, and the scientists say the new work can help focus efforts on key species. Animal populations have FALLEN BY 60% since 1970, suggesting a SIXTH MASS EXTINCTION of life on Earth is under way caused by the razing of wild areas, hunting and intensive farming. Scientists JUST SAID that human society was in danger from the decline of the Earth’s natural life-support systems, with half of natural ecosystems now destroyed and a total of a million species at risk of extinction! “It is worrying that we are losing these big species when *we don’t know their full role,” said Robert Cooke, at the University of Southampton, who led the new research. “Without them, things could begin to degrade quite quickly. Ecosystems could start to collapse and become not what we need to survive.” Climate Chaos Of course, climate change will continue to threaten species around the world in 2019. “The impacts of climate change aren’t showing signs of slowing, and this administration refuses to recognize it,” says Charise Johnson of the Union of Concerned Scientists. “Water temperatures are rising, increased flooding, deforestation, fires, storms—these are all things that affect a species’ existence.” And new threats continue to emerge. “There’s been a lot of discussion about how global climate change affects ocean acidification, and now there’s emerging evidence that the even greater threat is reduced oxygen levels,” says noted conservationist William Laurance of James Cook University. A study published last month found that ocean deoxygenation could have a major impact on zooplankton, one of the building blocks for the ocean food web. Deoxygenation also causes increased algal growth, like the red tides that choked the coasts of Florida this past year and killed hundreds of manatees and tens of thousands of fish “Changes in ocean composition will be a large-scale driver of mortality,” Laurance says. “Some people are calling this ‘the great dying.’ ” A related issue in the Arctic also appears to be another emerging threat. According to the just-released “Horizon Scan of Emerging Issues for Global Conservation in 2019” (the tenth annual edition of this study), climate-change induced release of carbon from polar ice will further worsen global warming, while the release of mercury from thawing permafrost will create a toxic threat for animals, plants and soil. Meanwhile, on top of the obvious weather-related changes, climate change could create an additional unexpected threat to some species: wildlife trafficking. “Some species will undoubtedly decline as a result of climate change, making them rarer and thus potentially even more desirable by those who trade in them,” explains Richard Thomas, global communications coordinator for TRAFFIC, the anti-wildlife-trafficking organization. “Addressing wildlife trade issues and promoting sustainable harvesting are likely to become more important than ever,” he says. Politics in the Trump Era—and Beyond Among the greatest threats to wildlife are the Trump administration and similar politicians around the world, such as Brazil’s new far-right president, Jair Bolsonaro, who took office last week and immediately moved to undermine indigenous rights in his country. “The new president in Brazil could unravel 50 years of progress for species, tropical forests and indigenous people,” says Lindsay Renick Mayer, associate director of communications for Global Wildlife Conservation. That could be devastating to one of the world’s most biodiverse regions on the planet, which is often referred to as the “lungs of the Earth.” Mayer adds that the recent election in Madagascar could be just as bad. Former president Andry Rajoelina, whose previous tenure was marked by a dramatic increase in illegal logging, deforestation and biodiversity loss, was reelected last month, although as of press time the election remains mired in protests and accusations of fraud. “The risk of losing the amazing biodiversity of Madagascar is always a big story and it could get worse now,” Mayer says. Getting back to the Trump administration, many experts worried about how things will play out for this country’s wildlife in the year ahead. Roads But outside of Washington, things are speeding up. New road and infrastructure projects, many backed by Chinese investment, are currently being carved into critical habitats in Indonesia, Africa, the Amazon and other regions. Much of this stems from China’s Belt and Road Initiative, a development strategy to build extractive industries in 70 nations around the globe along with overland roads, ports, railways and pipelines to exploit them. “We’re experiencing an avalanche of new infrastructure projects,” says Laurance, who points out that the Initiative has at least 7,000 developments planned or underway. One of the most notorious projects is a gigantic hydroelectric dam that could wipe out Tapanuli orangutan (Pongo tapanuliensis) in Sumatra. Meanwhile, a similar—if not even more extensive—proliferation of illegal roads is being constructed around the world by loggers, miners, poachers and other extractive industries. These activities threaten everything from elephants and tigers to insects and rare plants. A Host of Other Issues Here are a few more factors predicted to play a big role in 2019. First, we continue to learn more about how plastic waste affects wildlife and the environment. Most recently, a study found that 100 percent of sea turtles had plastic or microplastics in their digestive systems. With more and more plastic being produced every day, this will be a major focus of research and conservation the coming year. Meanwhile many experts also expressed fear about emerging diseases, like those affecting bats, frogs and salamanders. Lips also noted that it’s often hard to get funding and other support for these growing problems because they’re less in the public eye. “People and the media tend to focus on the current emergencies rather than the slow, long-term problems because we are not very good at maintaining focus and attention,” she says. The threats of poaching, snaring and wildlife trafficking will also remain significant around the world, as the forests of southeast Asia and the plains of southern Africa became emptied of their animal life and as “valued” species such as tigers, rhinos and pangolins face ever-increasing pressures. The Countdown Begins The year 2019 has just barely begun, but experts warn us that the opportunity to make a difference on these issues is already running short. “I don’t want to sound too bleak, but time is literally running out for the world as we know it,” say TRAFFIC’s Thomas. “The Earth simply can’t take the punishment of relentless over-exploitation of its natural resources, poisoning of its atmosphere and pollution of its oceans. We need to put aside political differences and work together to do something about this catastrophic situation—and quickly.”*

  • NOOB TERROR says:

    Joke's on you I'm a sadist

  • DAB says:

    Happily vegan ever after.

  • Ceejay Lee says:

    There’s a different in being sad while killing an animal and being sad and getting paid for it. It’s their fucking job get over it, plus it’s not like we don’t know where meat comes from. Ever heard of a food chain we’re at the top, suck it up buttercups (my opinion ok so I don’t want any vegans going reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee on me got it, want to say something then say it but like I said not in the way of reeeee or fuck you your eating animals you fuck boy).

  • The Kernel says:

    Kyrie became a vegan and now is fucking trash.

  • Zahida Nasreen Khan says:

    Seriously vegans assuming people who eat meat never seens a animal slaughter. I saw it done in my grandparents and uncles home in Pakistan, in their non industrialised farm. It was fine, no screaming as they were experienced. Very quick plus no pig as we do not eat pigs for religious reasons.

    Most people will not slaughter animals because its complicated as we need to make the slaughter quick and not messy. That pig probably back kick him if he tried by himself. Some pigs even bite if threatened.

    The short film made no sense. How comes it took two chefs to keep pig down and slaughter but before they just passed him a cooking knife and told him to do it alone.
    You need experience to do it. People chop meat at home all the time without any problem or flinching a finger.

  • swaggy gamer says:

    im 13 years old and i had to kill for food cut off a chickens head off was the best thing i ever did
    thank you lord for that chicken 🙏🙏

  • Stev says:

    This video just made me more meat LOLOLOLOLOL

  • Logan says:

    All these soyboys. I would love to go to a restaurant like that.
    #carnivore

  • jonathan oxlade says:

    Well the logic in the comments is kinda stupid how Many of us fucking work for a living well if your living of the grid then yea Ile kill for my food but because getting a gun license is difficult not everyone has time to go out hunting so having meat killed for us is a convenient way for people who already know meat does not grow on a magic tree you spastic Vegans what you fought all these years your technology and food comes from a magic lol this is reality or is it we could be living in a computer stimulation of the universe so who gives a fuck I wanna live while I am alive I don't wanna live to 80 years old realy what year is it I am 24 years old soon to be 25 years old and in the future nah fuck I don't think I can have implants up my ass no thanks if you give control of your life then yes Ile be happy to die I don't wanna live in a world like cyber punk or altered carbon be half human and half robot no thanks yes you can live for ever but who wants to live like that who wants to be free from this fucked up life anyway your creating your own prison the universe is a soul trap it's time to break free from it don't let the government control your mind this is the warning from me I am not happy with life today I wish I had a time machine and went back to the good old Days maybe go back to the 60s to 80s due to music lol

  • A Perplexed Pineapple says:

    Damn this beef burger tastes good😊

  • Dieter Weimer says:

    😂😂 Ah jeez that did the opposite Im actually craving some Chicken fried rice. Also can't forget about BBQ Sundays.😁😁

  • DylanYTGamingッ says:

    This Will Make You Vegan in 2 minutes

    Me But its 8 minutes

  • Frank Lance says:

    If they teach you how to butcher the pig, AND it is significantly cheaper then a regular restaurant, then it is definitely worth the effort.

  • Blue Moon says:

    Just imagine a world where humans didnt create suffering🌱 Think how much better everyones mental health would be? And yes the occasional thing on the news. But imagine how much violence we would prevent if we didnt promote legal violence and say it was ok! Aka meat dairy and eggs! We CAN create heaven on earth! But it allll starts with YOU! YES the one whos reading this! Because you cant expect anyone to do something, if you dont do it yourself! You TRULY can make a huge difference! Just aline your morals to your actions, and spread awareness and dont be ashamed for not wanting beings on this earth to suffer immensely!🌱 Good luck🙏 And please choose good and love🙏🐄❤️🐖🐏🐑❤️🌱🐓🦃👐❤️🐬🐟👐🐠🐋👐🌱🐥🐣❤️🐮🌱👐❤️🐷❤️🐰🌱❤️🙏🐹🐭❤️

  • Ahmet Dagdelen says:

    Is it a Beyond meat and P&G Advertisement ? :))
    I am working on a short movie.
    When you enter a toy shop and chose a toy for your child, you will let your child work in a Fabric 12 hours with bad conditions like the clidren who produce it
    When you go to a Pharmacy before you buy the medicine first you will use testing drugs for few buks like poor people do it in poor countries
    When you buy vegies first you will work on the fields
    bla bla bla
    Camon guys. Dont eat what you dont want to eat. We dont have any problem with eat. But please dont try to give us lesson.

  • chubb OToole says:

    What a feeling to look into an animals eyes just before you cut it's throat and then eat it, not my problem I'm an apex predator and a cow is a cow, carnivore diet one of the best diets on the planet. Gives you energy and satisfaction no plant based diet can.

  • DeezNuts says:

    This makes me eat more meat

  • mumofmany says:

    💖💚🌱🌍

  • TheTruth76 says:

    Plants are cheaper to produce and GMO plants are patented, even worse these GMO crops are pushing the natural counterparts out/ replacing them. The globalists and friends want to destroy the meat industry so they can sell plants at big prices because the human body needs more of it to get the calories from macros. Consumers should be aware of what they eat, especially meat, eat less but quality meat where animals are treated correctly, combined with good fats/oils and huge amounts of veggies, a winner. Get rid of palmsugars, transfats, this is cancer!

  • Reese Willis says:

    I’m still eating steaks I hate veggies 😂

  • ChaBoy Frosty says:

    Yummy 🥓

  • Into the Light with Lawboss says:

    Screw Guillette i say, they are shills that just cander to every new trend that is trending. Rember toxic men?
    Now they are trying jump on the vegan movement.

  • blanckieification says:

    Most people like "I love animals", yet eat them.

  • Cinthia 9 says:

    Personally, I feel as though veganism is being pushed on society. Vegetarianism is preferable.

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