Posted 13 January 2010 - 07:23 AM
I agree. It all gets back to the preservation vs conservation argument brought up earlier. If you're on the preservation at all costs side, then one had better be vegan, though I'm still not sure that qualifies anyone to criticize what others eat and how they live as long as they ensure sustainability of the species.
If one is a conservationist, then eating and utilizing flesh of any kind has to be tolerated in other cultures or otherwise consider oneself a hypocrite. Clearly the conservationist approach is the most tolerant while still ensuring life is sustained for the future.
I would love it if SS would pay more attention to harassing Japanese Tuna vessels, that's a species that needs to be saved.
Edited by loftus, 13 January 2010 - 07:24 AM.
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