posted on Feb, 8 2009 @ 11:08 AM
The debate is over. Although it hasn't been judged yet, I'm not concerned about it. In case you couldn't tell, my real purpose in doing the debate
was to present information. Debate over, I could care less whether anyone eats meat or not. If you don't, there's more for me. And "vegetarians"
who eat eggs and dairy products will be fine; it's the people (to my mind the REAL vegetarians, now called vegans) who try to get by without any
animal products at all, who are risking their health.
The thing is, I'm disappointed. Of all the "conspiracy theories," lies, and scams being perpetrated on the (American) public, the nutrition/health
disinformation campaign is the one which angers and infuriates me the most, much more than even the alien/UFO coverup and even 9-11. They are slowly
killing us all, or allowing us to kill ourselves, because they keep the truth secret and tell us lies. Every person I know who is dying of Type 2
diabetes, it could probably have been prevented if they'd known soon enough to avoid sugar and refined carbs. My mother-in-law (who dropped dead of a
heart attack a few years back) might still be alive if she'd known the truth. Heat-processed and hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated vegetable
oils are easily the single most toxic and dangerous substances we put in our bodies, but "they" keep telling people they're healthy and good for
you. I have learned not to expect the "general public" or even my friends to listen, they're far too indoctrinated and too conditioned to believe
that the government, MSM, and medical establishment has their best interests at heart and is telling them the truth as they know it. But here, where
ATSers routinely believe six impossible things before breakfast and are willing to consider that the PTB and MSM are lying to us about anything and
everything, including aliens, 9-11, mind control experiments, plans to cripple America and then institute martial law and a dictatorship, etc. etc.
... well, I thought at least some of you might be willing to consider that what you think you know about nutrition and a healthy diet is all a pack of
lies, and see the reality when it's laid out.
But it's all good. I'll go sulk and be annoyed for a while, and then we'll move on. As Hubby reminds me, "you can lead a horse to water but you
can't make him drink."