I liked your joke.
I would like to clarify that I don't believe capatalism is necessarily bad
however it can create some bad situations or perspectives, and so can other
economic systems. I have no doubt that Good Capitalists are probably no
different than Good Communists or Good Socialists although iI think a Good
Nazi might be a stretch.
On your comment about non meat or animal consumers I know many and some
happen to be very athletic and others tend to not be. It seems to me they
tend to reflect the norm of their proper society. Here in the US people
have referred to Brits as Pasty etc... I didn't find this to be the case
when I was there. Your comment seems to imply that all non-meat consumers
are pasty aside from the exceptions. I don't believe this at all.
I never saw anyone post something to the effect that tells people to not
eat meat. It also seems curious how many postings people made about there
is nothing wrong with eating meat. Did I miss something here??
.>Sometimes people use the word capitalism as if it is something low, dirty,
>everything bad, and to be avoided.
>These people remind of the two communist farmers who were criticizing
>The three points we must remember are -
>1. People are all different and not all will eat meat, for a variety of
>reasons, so live and let live.
>2. If the good do nothing, bad will win.
>The bad I'm referring to are those who make wrong statements about meat,
>milk, etc. They must be corrected.
I agree that we should attempt to present factual information. However it
seems some peoples facts are different from others, kinda like your
reference to Pasty and Inactive non-meat eaters.
>3. Those in animal production should keep their industry clean and pure.
>Visiting SOME (NOT ALL) dairy, veal and poultry farms, slaughter houses,
>etc., is enough to put one off animal products. Others are excellent.
Happy Holidays to all.