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Vegans are killing and eating plants that absorb C02 and prevent global warming.
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 48818885:MV80MTUxNjkwXzc1NDY1ODI1XzJENkEyMUYx] Wait a minute, you have to kill the plant to eat it! You don’t eat it live, dirt and all. You pinch it off, pluck it, cut it pull it out, whatever, YOU HAVE TO KILL THE PLANT TO EAT IT. Plants make music, they work together to warn each other, they scream when you kill them. How are they any different than animals. [/quote]
The vegan obsession with eating plants is creating a dangerous feedback loop that could lead to catastrophic runaway global warming.
Plants play a vital role in C02 absorbtion. Without plants the planet would look like Mars.
Despite this critical atmospheric role played by plants. Vegans have waged a selfish and self ingulgent war on the plant world.
Thread: BREAKING: Why are vegans obsessed with murdering and raping plants?
If all humans went vegan, how long until we had no atmosphere?
Plants are our greatest ally in the fight against climate change. Why not let them live? Let them grow? Let them absorb C02?
What do the plants give us in return? Oxygen. Every breath you take is because of the plants. Give the plants a break. Have some cheese or something.
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