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Discussions about specific materials / Eternal War
« Last post by O.O.S on January 15, 2018, 01:03:37 PM »
A study published a few days ago, found that frequent armed conflicts are the most important factor explaining wildlife populations decline. On the face of it, it sounds quite obvious, however, twistedly, it is not that simple.

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General Discussion / New Look, Hopefully for Fewest New Years Possible
« Last post by O.O.S on January 01, 2018, 05:54:50 AM »
We have done some serious updating and renovations of all of our materials. From the website appearance, through factual data in the articles, the arguments in the visual arguments, new and renewed answers in the FAQ, and most importantly - we updated our Manifesto.

This renovation as well as the blog, are part of our efforts to make our ambitious project more accessible and comprehensive.
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Discussions about specific materials / It Is Not Humans That We Hate
« Last post by O.O.S on December 10, 2017, 07:13:32 AM »
Today is Human Rights Day. As opposed to what might be the first intuition about our project, we are not human haters. In fact we discuss humans as victims in several of our materials (for the full list of our materials please click to reach the post). Human hatred is not our motivation. We are not promoting the annihilation idea out of hate. We don’t want anything bad to happen to anyone. On the contrary, we want that all bad things never happen to anyone.

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Discussions about specific materials / Unthankful Taking
« Last post by O.O.S on November 23, 2017, 12:17:00 PM »
It seems to be absurd that even the day that symbolizes humans’ gratitude to god, nature and everything around them, they celebrate by ignorance, violence and contempt to everything around them.
But is it really?

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Discussions about specific materials / World Vegan Day
« Last post by O.O.S on November 01, 2017, 06:27:30 AM »
Today is World Vegan Day.
Veganism is often considered as the solution to the world suffering. That’s one of the main reasons why it is so important to emphasis how veganism is part of the problem. Not only since it involves so much suffering, but also since being perceived as the solution, better options are not even seriously considered.

If you are aware of the problems with veganism, feel free to directly go to our suggested option specified in our manifesto.
If you are not aware of the harms and issues involving veganism, please start with our answer to the question why not work hard to make a vegan world  and then please read the post Vegan Violence and the article Vegan Suffering.
Please read it open-mindedly. We are aware that despite everything detailed in it, veganism is still the best option possible. That’s why we are vegans ourselves. However, acknowledging that veganism - with all its major flaws and inherent cruelties - is the best option, is why we are not vegan advocators. The realization that the best option is so horrible is one of the major reasons why we are calling you to stop focusing on making a vegan world and start trying to make a sufferingless world.


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Discussions about specific materials / World Vegetarian Day
« Last post by O.O.S on October 01, 2017, 05:33:06 AM »
For the 40th World Vegetarian Day we discuss the continual existence and all the more so the popularity of vegetarianism, in an age of abundantly available information about the violent industries vegetarians participate in.
It is not a post dedicated to bashing vegetarians, it is a post about humans in general and how they always look for the easier option no matter how unreasonable it is.

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Discussions about specific materials / CETA - A Deal Fit for the 21st Century
« Last post by O.O.S on September 19, 2017, 11:16:26 AM »
Two days from now is the implementation date of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). The agreement is an extensive trade deal which basically drops barriers between the EU and Canada.
Like in the previous horrific trade deals (NAFTA and the China-US agreement), animal exploitation has a significant share in this agreement.

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Discussions about specific materials / NAFTA
« Last post by O.O.S on August 23, 2017, 02:03:58 AM »
A few days ago the first round of NAFTA’s re-negotiations was closed with a conclusion that the further negotiations must be accelerated. In the following post we shortly discuss NAFTA’s effects on the major animal exploitation industries since it was signed. We find it important because the most severe suffering intensification element of the trade deal has been mainly neglected so far and because according to the US statements regarding their demands, the state of animals in North America can get even worse. 

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Discussions about specific materials / Wishful Headlines
« Last post by O.O.S on August 17, 2017, 07:10:48 AM »
In our last post we discussed how the new China-US trade agreement is expected to further increase China’s already enormous flesh consumption, as well as strengthen the already enormous US flesh industry. One of the readers commented that if China’s plans to reduce its flesh consumption by half in the following years would succeed, the trade agreement is not expected to have such a terrible effect.
But unfortunately China doesn’t have plans to cut flesh consumption by half. The referred headlines are misleading as we shortly explain in our current post.

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Discussions about specific materials / Sentient Pawns
« Last post by O.O.S on August 14, 2017, 01:45:47 AM »
The coming month and a half is crucial for probably tens of millions of animals worldwide, as negotiations regarding 3 important international trade agreements will be at a critical point. One of them is a trade deal  between China and the US, whose most significant part is the reopening of the Chinese market to US cows’ flesh in return for the reopening of US market to chicken and ducks from China.
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