Irish Farmers Association maligns animal sanctuary Instead of Addressing Moral Issue of Animal Use

Sandra Higgins of Go Vegan World was interviewed on The Last Word, by Matt Cooper along with Joe Healy, Dairy Farmer and President of the IFA. The interview followed a press release to media and to ever member of the IFA which insinuated that Go Vegan World is funded by those who stand to profit from a vegan world.

Go Vegan World is a small non-profit company that is fully compliant with Irish regulations. It receives donations from individuals who share its aim for a complete and rapid end to all human use of other animals. Their anonymity, as donors, is enshrined in Irish law and Go Vegan World is not required to reveal their identities.

This attempt by the IFA to bully and malign is indicative of its inability to address the moral issue of animal rights violations inherent in farming animals. If the IFA truly cared about its farmer members it would join Go Vegan World in assisting them to transition to an ethical, sustainable plant-based economy. Go Vegan World invites farmers who are troubled by the work of exploiting and killing animals to contact us for assistance to extricate themselves from this unjust system.

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2014 Food Revolution Summit: Credentialed Experts and Passionate Celebrities Call for Food Changes

The 2014 Food Revolution Summit, the brainchild of John Robbins, featured 24 interviews lasting about one hour each of recognized experts on healthy eating habits. In addition, the interviewees included a sprinkling of celebrities who are reasonably well informed about the American food production process and the role of factory farming and other mega-corporate practices on human health and the environment. All this was offered at no cost to anyone, though additional material, including transcripts of the interviews, were on offer for a modest price. An outstanding program, one likely to be repeated with variations on an annual basis for years to come.

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Over the years, I’ve always put honey in my diet – I consider it a super food in fact. I have a few special recipes I use that include honey. Word has it that if you have allergies and you eat the local honey at the beginning of the season, you will become immune from the local pollen which affects those allergies. This is well known and it works very well.

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There is something so satisfying about scooping up a massive glob of hummus on a just-barely-large-enough salted pita chip. Or how about dipping pretzel sticks into a pool of tangy, yellow Dijon. Or maybe some blue tortilla chips into killer guac.

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