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Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Veganism

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    There's truth to that but the issue here is that FuminoAya is making claims using coronavirus as a pedestal for his or her beliefs. This is a time when people are vulnerable and looking for answers about how to best protect themselves. I don't have any patience for people who have little to no medical training trying to push an alternative agenda, especially on a game forum.
     
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    Not to mention the way china handled the virus is far more responsible for the spread than the wet markets. I'm not disagreeing or saying the wet markets are good, but Joe down the road eating chicken is in no way responsible for the pandemic.

    You can have an ethical issue with eating animal meat but vegans don't eat animal products- so a lot of stuff that's not even harming the animal are off the table (eggs and honey are my go to). So it's not just about animal cruelty.

    Then there's the whole factory farmed thing- which is fair but there are plenty of animals raised free range that are not factory farmed and don't support "big meat". There's also entire cultures that survive on animal products. Why is it okay for a lion to eat an antelope but northern Inuits shouldn't eat seals and fish?

    Meanwhile, most vegans (I know) drink coffee and eat veggies farmed by children and disparaged countries that will sell their food and not eat enough (quinoa is famous for being extremely exploitative). They use makeup and medication made with and tested on animals. Maybe they're oblivious, maybe they're hypocrites. I know someone will say "they don't represent all vegans", well, the majority of meat eaters do not go out of their way to harm animals and the majority of vegans don't hound people who eat meat and don't use a pandemic to make a point but here we are.

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    Wouw what a thread.
    First of all, I only read till this post:
    I stopped reading after this due to lack of time + in my opinion there was really nothing left to say after this comment.

    To add my own opinion:
    You (Fumino) seem to think that for this 1 problem (virus outbreak) there is 1 single solution&prevention (becoming vegan).
    First of all: this is defenitely not the case, since actual research always takes confounds in consideration. In issues like such there is almost never one single solution (possible), never.

    So stating this:
    Is horseshit I think, since it's clear from your statements that you don't even know what is in scientific research.

    (Unless ofcourse you are totally indulged in comfirmation-bias and absolutely blind, but that would make you an unreliable source of information anyways)
     
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    Can you post these studies? For me it would be more interesting than watching those videos.
     
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    Imagine not knowing the difference between sources of information and downplaying a different media type making it seem like that anything that doesn't come out of a colored picture book has no value.
    :confused:

    It's not just that there's truth. it's the truth. I don't have patience for people who believe that any form of specialization in a certain field of studies is neccessary to talk about the obvious.
    Or did you major math so you could add up your bills? No you didn't ?
    Notice how it’s always the people in the wrong who say “now isn’t the time to politicize this!!” when people correctly point out the cause of the problem.

    “it’s not eating meat, it’s coming into contact with animals that causes disease!” Like what do you think animal agriculture is?

    But apparently you shouldn't say this sort of thing because it is offensive to people or seems insensitive

    But I'm also quite sure that if you wait for about 8 months, when millions of people have died, it's still not a good moment to talk about it. Too soon.

    So maybe in ten years? Who knows..


    Trying to say say this fact to most people and they act like im a flat earther or something. And ofcourse you nailed it !

    Hello.

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