When I google "Israel, Vegitarian" I get a lot of websites telling me that Israel is especially vegitarian, moreso than most other countires. Nothing about vegitarianism requires pacifism.
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This group has steered the vegan-morality narrative since 1994.
The point I was making was that vegitarianism is quite established in ZIonist Israel. Moreso than most other countires.
How could plants grow in a dry, infertile place like Zion?
I'm not a farmer. How would I know. But if you have enough curiousity I'm sure youtube could help out. But regardless, what does that have to do with Israel being heavily vegitarian as compared to other countries?
If they cant grow their food than they weren't subsisting on a vegetarian diet. And btw Israelis are RIDDLED with autoimmune and genetic disorders that only affect them. Not a great case to make
The only case I am making in regards to Israel is that vegitarianism is quite popular there.
How could vegetarianism become popular there if they can't grow their food?
I'm not making a prediction for the future. I'm telling you what the literal present is. Call someone in Israel and ask them yourself how they grow food if you are interested. But the bottom line is there ARE a lot of vegitarians in Israel.
I feel as if you are being a little defensive. My other point and question worth asking is when has any Jew ever been a role model to follow?
The etymology of 'Zion' is insightful when it comes to questioning how is food grown there and if its even possible (and if it is then through what means?)
I don't feel I'm the one showing defense.
For this entire thread I have merely started what my personal experience has been. That's it. I've noticed a couple of the regular participants of this board seen to have almost an obsession with disputing this subject when it's mentioned. I don't know what the reason for this is. Perhaps someone did something bad to them with a cucumber while in adolescence and ever since they hated all vegetables (lol, joke).
But at the end, regardless of what you and Nick think about it, my personal experience has been profoundly positive. You can share ten thousand reasons why I'm wrong, doesn't matter to me one bit, because my personal experience is that my life has been profoundly improved since I changed my eating habits. You can tell me Rothschilds are liars, maybe it's true, doesn't matter because my life has been profoundly improved since I changed my eating habits, you can tell me my hair will fall out, doesn't matter, because it hasn't happened and my life has been profoundly improved since I changed my eating habits. You can tell me Israel can't have vegetarians because of whatever reason you seem to think applies, doesn't matter because my life has been profoundly improved since I changed my eating habits. You can tell me jews are unhealthy, doesn't matter, because I'm not Jewish and my life has been profoundly improved since I changed my eating habits.