Flimé, or the vegetarian cannibals
A week ago we echoed a story that we inevitably put in the reserve. A website announced the opening of a restaurant in Berlin where you could eat human meat. The subject sparked many debates, even asking why not eat human meat if there is no qualm about doing it with that of certain animals.
A few days before the announced date for the inauguration, we have learned through the same website that after this macabre initiative is VEVU (German vegetarian movement), which launched the website to force reflection on the consumption of meat from animals.
Taking a look at his speech, it is quite catastrophic, stating in short that the livestock industry is partly to blame, among other things, for world hunger. After their fifteen minutes of fame, I wonder if this campaign has served them any good, even more so seeing the aggressive approaches they use, trying to blame those who eat meat for all the evils of humanity.
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