However on the same note look at the Masai, as I have travelled extensively
in East Africa, and they consider their cattle a symbol of wealth
(curiously capitalistic) and never consider killing them but they do drain
the blood to mix with milk.
>Live there for a
while and see all of the nutritional diseases that result from a lack of
>protein in their diet. An egg a day could save thousands of children, but
>its too expensive for them to purchase it. Nuts and legumes are a partial
>solution, but not the only one--depending on the local environment. Cattle
>raising converts scrub into protein.
This is an interesting arguement. It is always interesting how we in the
west seem to have all the health answers for the world but have an
extensive list of disease which are only common in our society ie Heart
Disease, Mental Illness Etc... but still the bigger question is what did
they use to have in their diet that supplied this protein and did it
disappear? I think there can be an improvement here but I think it should
be approached from the correct perspective. If they need eggs it seems the
solution would be to get a chicken. This seems simple but maybe it is an
>You have a right to your beliefs, but don't paint everything you disagree
>with the same brush.
Again you are right here. I apologize for the broad generalization.