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    [–] The Tories have voted that animals can't feel pain as part of the EU bill, marking the beginning of our anti-science Brexit falloutcel 1 points ago in ukpolitics

    It stems from the initial desire to inflict harm inherent to meat. Even if you remove the actual suffering "the fruit of the poisonous tree" leaves it tainted

    [–] The Tories have voted that animals can't feel pain as part of the EU bill, marking the beginning of our anti-science Brexit falloutcel 0 points ago in ukpolitics

    What could be more serious than the desire to inflict harm? Every religion has its own rephrasing of the golden rule "Do unto others as you would have done to you". You can only perfect this by eliminating even the THOUGHT of harming another. Meat eating stems from the desire to inflict suffering, so it must be stopped.

    [–] The Tories have voted that animals can't feel pain as part of the EU bill, marking the beginning of our anti-science Brexit falloutcel -2 points ago in ukpolitics

    All meat is unethical. Desiring to eat living tissue is wrong. It is unclean, even if lab grown, because the desire to eat meat stems from the desire to inflict suffering on lesser animals