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Free Planet - Cowspiracy - the film that environmental organizations don't want you to see!

is cattle farming the real villain of planetary devastation?
"The film that environmental organizations don't want you to see!!" that's the hyper-controversial splashline on the official website of Kip Anderson and Keegan Kuhn's new documentary about GM2 or the Global Meat Mafia COWSPIRACY.

660 gallons of fresh water per beef burger patty.

Go back and read that statistic again, SIX HUNDRED AND SIXTY GALLONS of fresh water to make the meat in one hamburger patty.

And that's just the starting point of this amazing documentary about the GM2 or Global Meat Mafia, and it's lovely watching all the top representatives from all the major Environmental Organizations literally squirming in their seats and twitching the guilty skin off their faces when confronted with the pressing issue of GM2's utter devastation of our land, our water and our air.

"It's not even an issue," is the astonishing response of one of the top-level interviewees. Stop eating meat right now is the main thrust of this documentary and while it seems like the ultimate hardcore-vegan promotional video there'd still be a real human dilemma of how to feed all these billions of people AND re-wild the planet if it weren't for GM2 or Global Meat Mafia - the real issue here is there are too many of us for the acrage we can occupy on Free Planet.

The real issue (even in this real-issue-discussing documentary) is only partly discussed or skirted over, indirectly mentioned. There are (already) too many of us born every day to sustain anything like a decent standard of living for the majority. Even if the whole human population applied the pro-vegan lessons learned from this gloriously-statistic-laden documentary to the production of food there'd still not be enough acrage to feed us all and the animals and trees we share the planet with. A Vegan Only Planet might even be 'much worse' if we're to feed up to ten billion of us healthy viral units.

Green-farmed or factory-farmed, we're simply doomed as a race if we don't reduce our physical numbers of humans here on Free Planet to a sustainable level for 'this size of homeworld'.

NOT EVEN AN ISSUE?


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