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Dog Meat and Child Brothels…side-by-side cultural practices of our day.

Human devolution at its finest

tempAs the popularity of shoving tortured dog meat into perverse mouths rises in Indonesia, so does child rape (called prostitution) and the selling of children (mostly girls) by their own families into the sex slave trade. Same goes for other cultures into “dog meat.”

And people use “animal!” as an insult?

With a true, all-loving, all-knowing God, such human detritus as dog torturers and 5611594783_8e9a533564_bchild rapers, et al, would not exist. And ALL nations are guilty of animal torture and child abuse by more or lesser degrees. All innocents, all animals, are worthy of our respect for their lives and our treating them with kindness. Animals are innocent of our unique knowledge, making our every exploitation of them totally unfair and unethical, and our abuse…even torture…of them the worst sin possible for humans, surely to be compensated for in full, when the time comes.

Reap what you sow.

Conventional religious diehards need to ask themselves: Why are such creatures foisted on this world…upon sweet, innocent beings…by religions’ fictional, loving, all-powerful creator? It’s time for an entirely new “religion,” a “god” (collective human consciousness) that eliminates human evil, no excuses accepted, nor even listened to.

The unacceptable should be roundly, unanimously rejected by all people everywhere. And we all know what is evil and unacceptable, regardless of the idiotic excuses attached to these “cultural” practices, regardless of long-standing habits that only serve to keep our species stagnating in violence, severe inequity, pious dishonesty, etc. …all of it vile. Our good never outweighs our bad, not as long as our world is so full of these disgusting depravities.

Three articles on Indonesia’s child sex slave trade and increase in pedophilia:

Please see Tony’s video (part 2) here, and sign the petitions linked in his description by opening the video in YouTube…

I advise to replace the text in the petition about “saving” the Indonesian dog breed. It’s about ending the evils of torture and slaughter, not preserving a dog breed. To hell with dog breeders. Actually, it’s better if you don’t look at the video, if it destroys your will to live to see the absolute worst of sub-humanity in action, to see lovely beings tortured and dying at the hands of ruthless fools. The Part 1 video is even worse…

To the animals:

Rest in Peace, all of you, trillions upon trillions of murdered innocents whose existences here were ruined and who suffered deaths of the worst kind, thanks to “humanity’s” stupidity, willful insanity, and ruthlessness. Make your way to Heaven and stay forever; don’t ever grace this largely dead-hearted, pretentious species with your presence ever again. All of us who love life, animals, and innocence can only hope to join you in the hereafter, when (or before) this huge insane asylum full of suffering and death is finally deceased itself.

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My Vegan Nutrition Breakdown for One Typical Day 1/11/2016

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I had a lovely time on this beautiful day, got several pesky errands done, went for a nice drive and did a hike in a beautiful area (view shown on right but minus the smog) with one of my dogs, whom, by the way, is 15 years old and chock full of energy on her vegan diet. Here she is at about age 10:

Mattie crop

So anyhow, I suddenly got the urge to do my nutrition analysis on the CRON-O-Meter and share it here with anyone who could possibly be interested in such self-indulgent stuff. I only do the Cron-O-Meter thing on occasion, once a month or less. It’s shown way down underneath all my preamble blithering; take from it what you will. *See sugar UPDATE at bottom.

Preamble Blithering

Now, rather than the well-known 80-10-10 thing, my breakdown was 51% carbs, 32% fat, 16% protein. I’m a bit low (75% or less of needed) on a few nutrients today: Lysine, leucine, vitamins D & E, omega-6, and “water.” Water seems to be a problem for me, don’t like drinking unless I’m thirsty, but I do okay.

The leucine & lysine (amino acids) can be improved with some more soy, or beans, peas, maybe some quinoa, but the leucine & lysine weren’t terribly low. The low methionine is actually a good thing, because low-methionine diets have been shown to decrease risk for cancers. And the vitamin D I made up for by getting some sunshine today, so that’s not reflected in the numbers below. The omega-6 being low can be a good thing, as the omega-3 was high, and it’s said to be more important. The vitamin E was not all that low, but some seeds, avocado, etc., would improve that number, although would raise the fat percentage somewhat and it’s already a bit high.

So basically, only the lysine, leucine, and vitamin E were a bit of a problem. And I did eat a bit too much today, usually stick to 1800 calories or less.

Our bodies do their best with what we put in them, so I’ve not really anything to worry about. Imagine if I lived in Ethiopia and was lucky to get a bowl of cooked grains, a handful of nuts, some steamed cabbage, and an orange for the day. Proper nutrition is important, but not all that exacting and urgent every day.

The below analysis actually shows that well-planned vegan diets are by and large far better overall than typical animal-based junk-food diets which so many people are hooked on. I’m very pleased with my diet, feel great and am certainly no “spring chicken.” I just turned 59 and have no lack of energy, as well as take no medications. I do a long walk or hike just about every day and do some stretchy things, crunches, girly pushups too, and have no aches & pains except on occasion when I’ve done something dumb.

So, when people warn of the dangers of giving up sausage, cheese, eggs and all that nasty stuff…products of severe animal abuse and bloody killing…just refer them here and let them have a go at me. I’ll let them know who’s boss: It’s vegans! And yes, I do have a nice bit of spare time on my hands. Thus…

Food List for Monday 1/11/2016

[Please note that the “Skippy” peanut butter isn’t true; I only use PB that has peanuts & salt as the only ingredients, but Skippy was the closest choice in Cron-O-Meter’s list, and it has sugar & palm oil added…that’s not for me!]food list

Calories In/Out and Nutrient Targets

Nutrition Breakdownnutr. breakdown

Sorry for the slight blurriness, but it’s taken from screen shots. Thanks for looking in! Hope this helps make a vegan lifestyle easier for someone out there.

UPDATE 1/17/16: I must note that the “sugar” result above may seem high, but only added sugars count in the matter of healthfulness, and my added sugar total for this day was 26 grams, as opposed to the total of about 88 above which includes the natural sugars found in fruit and other carbs, which are not harmful to us a long as we’re not overeating on a regular basis. 25 grams of added sugar is the recommendation from most health experts, with 50 grams maximum on occasion. My added sugars were: 1 gram from the rice crisps, 10 g. from the Kashi berry cereal, 5 g. from the Kashi shredded wheat, and 10 g. from the molasses. (Just to ward off any claims of vegans being unhealthy sugar gobblers.)