Study: Vegetarian Diets are WORSE for the Environment Than Diets with Meat!

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
September 18, 2019

Prominent titless vegan Greta Thunberg sacrificed her puberty and breasts for the animals and climate.

Vegans abstain from eating animal foods because they hate themselves and humans in general, and their brain chemistry is all so messed up that they feel the most empathy towards animals and little bugs.

Vegetarians, on the other hand, have an even weirder relationship with animals where they don’t really want to kill and eat them but instead want to keep them somewhere close, possibly locked up in cages, so they can suck their tits for milk whenever they feel like while pretending that doing that is kinder to these animals than just killing them.

Very manly.

This has proven to be worse for the environment than just having some meat here and there.

Daily Mail:

Meat-lovers who are debating giving up their vice in the hope of tackling climate change may be able to carry on eating their bacon sandwiches without feeling guilty, according to a new study.

It has found that a diet containing meat, fish or dairy products, eaten just once a day, has a smaller carbon footprint than that of a vegetarian diet.

In 95 per cent of the countries analysed by Johns Hopkins University, a diet without meat is often substituted with milk and eggs.

This, the study found, is worse for the environment than eating some meat products.

Keeping animals alive is more expensive than just killing them, but we must do it because it is The Right Thing To Do.

Letting all animals in, encouraging their reproduction, feeding them and giving them our resources is Who We Are.

That is partly because raising dairy cows for milk, butter and cheese requires large amounts of energy and land, as well as fertilisers and pesticides to grow fodder.

Therefore, the industry emits vast amounts of greenhouse gases that are heating up the planet, the study said.

Diets that contain insects, small fish and molluscs, meanwhile, have as similarly small an environmental impact as plant-based vegan diets.

However, they are generally more nutritious, said researchers at the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future.

Yes, just eat cockroaches for protein.

Slimy, yet satisfying.

Do it for the climate.

Many climate activists and scientists have called for a shift to plant-based diets to keep climate change in check and reduce deforestation.

The thought process is that halting the production of red meat requires a lot of land for grazing and growing feed.

Agriculture, forestry and other land use activities accounted for nearly a quarter of man-made greenhouse gas emissions from 2007-2016, the UN climate science panel said in a flagship report last month.

But there is no one-size-fits-all solution, said Keeve Nachman, assistant professor at the Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, who led the study on diets.

In low- and middle-income countries such as Indonesia, citizens need to eat more animal protein for adequate nutrition, he told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

That means diet-related heat-trapping emissions and water use in poorer countries would need to rise to reduce hunger and malnutrition.

But those in high-income countries should reduce their consumption of meat, dairy and eggs, the study said.

High-income countries, which is an indirect way of saying white countries, should eat this:

Low-income countries, which is an indirect way of saying brown and black countries, should eat this:

The reasons why definitely don’t have anything to do with fertility, birthrates, and testosterone — it’s just their turn now.

Don’t feel bad though, at least you’re allowed and encouraged to eat bugs for protein.

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