10 Things The Government Doesn't Want You To Know

10 Things The Government Doesn't Want You To Know

June 12, 2019

10 Dinge, von denen die Regierung nicht möchte, dass du sie weißt. Pro Jahr werden ungefähr 56 Milliarden Tiere getötet. Massentierhaltung ist der Hauptursache für Artensterben. Massentierhaltung ist verantwortlich für mehr Treibhausgasemissionen als der gesamte Verkehr und Transport der Welt. Die Ernährungs- und Landwirtschaftsorganisation der Vereinten Nationen schätzt, dass die Massentierhaltung für 14,5% der Treibhausgasemissionen verantwortlich sind. Massentierhaltung ist verantwortlich für 91% der Regenwaldabholzung. Geschätzt rettet eine Person, die auf Fleisch verzichtet, fast 200 Tiere pro Jahr. Massentierhaltung ist die Hauptursache für Dead Zones in den Meeren. Ein Drittel der Landmasse der Erde wird für die Massentierhaltung benutzt. Massentierhaltung ist die Hauptursache für Wasserverschmutzung. Wissenschaftler sagen voraus, dass in 2048 kein Fisch mehr im Meer ist.

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  1. lol thanks for the vegan propaganda and false data. my grandfathers, who are crop farmers and deal with no animals, kill so many more animals making sure their crops dont get ruined than my father does who farms cattle. and we intend our cattle to be turned into meat for consumption.

  2. Why not start a bill for safe practice farms? The whole vegan thing was a hit and miss with the public. Still a huge achievement and it shows we're still willing to change. Well the new vegan stores and restraunts are making big cities bigger killing more in it's way. Instead of spending countless money and time spent into making veggies taste like meat. Couldn't we have just found an affordable (and practical) way to farm livestock?

  3. My husband and I are new vegans (thanks to What The Health). I'm loving my new lifestyle and have zero interest in returning to the consumption of pus and disease, however, I don't understand how one person not eating meat can save 200 animals per year. These animals are getting killed anyway. I would think that, if anything, my not eating meat is more likely to cause 200-animals-worth of meat being thrown away instead, making their lives even more meaningless, their deaths even more tragic and wasteful. What is the basis of that estimate?

  4. I know it seems like giving up all animal products or nothing, but if that is too hard for you then just swap a few meals a week for a vegan option. Something is better than nothing.

  5. I'm curious about the 200 animals estimate – Cowspiracy puts it at one animal per day (so 365), but I don't really understand how the figure is reached.

    When I was a meat eater, I only ate a small part of the animal, not the whole, except when I ate fish which was rarely and then it would be more.

    So, I kinda get it, but I'd like to understand it a bit better – is there a specific formula used to work this out?

  6. The government, the medical mafia (drug industry), the mass media, and the animal ag industries, all in cahoots together, and most people (including those "vegans" who believe in vaccines) live by the commercials and fake news put out by that opportunistic, amoral mob.

  7. #10 Are thoses the same scientists that said in the 80's that all of Europe trees would be dead by 2000 or that the Artic would be ice free by 2012. Member when that fat bloated cheese eating bitch Al Gore said kilimandjaro would be ice free by 2013. #fuckouttahere

  8. If these are things the government doesn't want us to know, why is one of the provided sources the EPA? I love PBN, but this video was kind of dumb and seemed conspiratorial. Maybe it would be better if it was under a different title? The last thing vegans need is to seem more conspiratorial.

  9. Hello. I just want to say that I love the videos, and I've been vegan for a year now. In the beginning of my journey I wasn't eating enough, but since I found you guys I've up my intake of food. However I seem to get a glucose rush and my insulin levels Flood my system and I feel horrible horrible and weak. I stopped eating potatoes and eating brown rice and quinoa and I haven't had it since. (I was told to)Why did that happen. And I'm also still low on energy and always tired. Anyone else is going through this on a vegan diet. (I don't eat processed food because I'm hypertensive) I prepare all my meals. I'm tempted to go back to my old diet because I am not sure what's wrong I seem to be going through an anxiety phase as well. I'm yet to go to the doctor. Any views? Anyone? I'm from Jamaica.

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