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NOTE: This event is in Melbourne. Cyber-Abuse: Trolls, Cyber-Bullies, Cyber-Stalkers, And The Just Plain Nasty. The average Australian Dairy Cow produces 5,500 litres of milk per year. If you drank 4 litres of milk per week for 80 years, you would drink 16,640 litres of milk. That is, you would effectively be keeping 1 Dairy-Cow, for 3 years. With hormonally-induced lactation, there is no need to get Cows pregnant, to produce milk. And, the Water Footprint for milk, 1020, is the same as for orange juice, 1018. And, when Vegans cheat, they can kill and abuse more animals, in just one cheating meal, of a tin of Sardines, or a plate of cooked-alive Seafood, than an honest milk-drinking Vegetarian might in a lifetime. And, when you do become an Ex-Vegan, you can expect considerable abuse from people calling themselves Vegans. Yes, these people seriously call themselves Vegans. Even though these people are usually eating organic-food fertilised with: a: blood and bone; b: chicken-dung from factory-farms; c: macerated [ground up alive] day-old chicks; d: sprayed with fish emulsion. Even though a lot of these people are pro-vivisection by promoting - vivisector T Colin Campbell - and his the pro-vivisection book, "The China Study". And, yes, even though some of these people have Cats as pets. While, others are even promoting the adoption of kittens. And, do their Cats use humane slaughter? And, do their Cats do Environment Impact Statements - before their Cats go out to slaughter Birds and other Wildlife - inhumanely? These people even refuse to campaign for humane dairy, in which: a: all Cows would be treated as pets; b: all Cows would die of old-age; c: all Cows would be milked only when they wanted to be milked; d: all Calves would be naturally weaned - heifers need never be separated from their mothers. Indeed, these people even campaign against humane dairy - because, they say, if you produced milk humanely, then fewer people would want to be Vegans. Yet, these same animal-abusers will not hesitate, to use the pretext of “caring for animals” - to abuse you - because they are abusive people - self-righteous bullies - hypocrites - looking for targets - using any pretext - to abuse. Abuse is their agenda - obviously they do not care about animals - or, people - including dead and brain-damaged Vegan babies. But, sometimes their abuse does affect people. Especially, young people. I have read of young people becoming depressed, anxious, even suicidal, because of the abuse they have had on the internet. So, I am having a Discussion, on: "Cyber-Abuse: Trolls, Cyber-Bullies, Cyber-Stalkers, And The Just Plain Bitter And Nasty" Over the last few years I have experienced considerable abuse from members of meetup. Mostly, by people claiming to be “Vegans”. And, “Ethical Vegans” at that. I was a Vegan, for 18 years, before returning to Cows' Milk for health reasons. And, these “Ethical Vegans”, not want me to tell people the truth, about the long-term health dangers of Vegan diets. Including deaths and brain-damage of Vegan babies. It has not affected me personally. I am old enough, mature enough, personally secure enough, to recognise these people for what they are. And, since, almost all of them, are young enough to be my children, some even young enough to be my grand-children, I am not impressed by their dummy-spits. But, since similar abusive behaviour might be affecting you, your children, or other people you know, I have decided to do this Discussion. Always remember that cyber-abusers are sick people. And, that what they do is a reflection on them – not on you. Kind regards. Greg.
I will search for a viable option of a community hall around inner city and organized - I will invite the different raw food business to put stalls in the event, thinking about doing it maybe 4 times a year a leaving the space free for who ever wants to organize, maybe the winter ones in the community hall and the summer ones in Centenial park - although needs electricity or maybe we can liaise with a creative group that can teach how to plug appliances into solar panel in the Park!! I saw it done once already in centennial park,
I just had an unusual idea, that we could all bring along a few ingredients that we like/think are interesting, and work as teams in preparing/creating dishes with combinations of the ingredients that arrive on the day. I think it's at least worth a try, many of us would learn about new ingredients, have new ideas, and it should be great fun, kind of like a game to play!