Re: [utah_acappella] What should be served at Cappella functions
- utahvegan -
Although not a vegetarian or vegan myself, I certainly
respect your opinion on the matter. However - is this
really a topic for an acapella group? I don't see the
connection... looks more like something for a
religious discussion or a health and wellness
--- utahvegan <utahvegan@...> wrote:
> The Latter Day Saints are known for promotion of
> health. The body
> is considered a shrine.
> Scott Smith, former editor of Vegetarian World, and
> coauthor with
> Gerald Carson of ANIMALS AND THE GOSPEL
> a book on LDS vegetarianism, was attacted by all
> of animal free diet.
> The Word of Wisdom says meat should be used only as
> a condiment.
> Mormons are told to avoid caffein, which is
> dioxypurine. Yet not all
> know that uric acid in animal flesh, which is
> trioxypurine is more
> harmful than caffeine.
> Three oxypurines are more harmful than two.
> The LDS and Seventh Day Adventists were compared in
> a US government 7
> year study, since neither smoke nor drink.
> Nonsmoking nondrinking
> subjects were selected and in the SDA group
> vegetarians were
> selected. The SDA lifespan was 7 years
> longer in the 7 year study.
> At least one Utah university is endangering the
> public health
> with anthrax research. Some anthrax researchers have
> to security. It seems they want more freedom for
> anthrax spores.
> Anthrax originates in the flesh of animals, and has
> been called
> 'wool sorters' disease' while smallpox was
> originally called
> kine pox or cow pox before the meat industry sought
> obscure its connections to animal flesh.
> We are seeking information on whether or not the
> still owns the King Ranch of Florida, the US'
> biggest ranch
> containing animals bound for slaughter.
> The church has allowed church lands to be used in
> some cases
> for hunting. Clergymen in other religions have
> also been criticized for human chauvinism.
> One midwest bishop told an LDS vegetarian that his
> was 'sentiment', a word which with
> 'anthropomorphism' is used to
> demean the dignity and rights of animals.
> FACTORY FARMS
> The cattle, pork and sheep industries have
> controlled Utah
> politicians, perhaps since the inception of the
> One of the worst animal abusers is Circle Four, a
> farmer of pigs.
> Mormons are naturally respectful of authority, and
> with Catholics are recruited by the CIA because of
> However it is abuse of this trait for the government
> to make
> Utah the storage house for 130 million dollars of
> anthrax at Dugway Proving Ground. Humans as well as
> have been made into 'guinea pigs'. John Wayne's
> death, and that
> of several actors, was blamed partly on the
> from Nevada nuclear tests contaminating the Utah
> The government has bombed the desert also with
> and sheep pandemics have been the result.
> LDS women are joining other women in the world in
> equity as well as speaking out against the polygamy
> overlooked by breakaway LDS in parts of Utah.
> It is women who are over 95% of the abused animals.
> It is women animals whose milk and eggs are stolen.
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- I'll give an "amen" to what John had to say. I didn't sign up for the Utah
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