I can fully understand and appreciate the current uproar over infected meat supplies around the world. When one purchases beef and get's a mule, this is reason for grave concern.
As far as I'm concerned, people should have the freedom to eat whatever foods they choose, provided of course they're cleansed before consumption. But also with the proviso that certain foods are forbidden under some of our religious laws. So everything in moderation, or not at all, pending the proviso.
As this story continues to develop worldwide, it's amazing that the meat industries have seemingly had no prior knowledge of the contamination and how far it extends through across the globe. Either they are being honest or this is the biggest industry cover-up since the JFK incident.
Perhaps this latest meat scandal is just what the world needs in order to purge our meat markets and bodies of the vile contaminants that have been fed to us by unscrupulous meat-mongers who have no regard for an individual's religious convictions.
Meats to avoid at all costs include the following:
- Certain fish products like shark fins, a variety of jellyfish and eel, as well as unborn fish eggs.
- Donkeys and horses are modes of transportation and should never be consumed. That's like eating a train. Who does that?
- Domestic pets are also a no no, unless of course you're from a part of the world where it's considered fair game because a nation of billions must eat.
- Reproductive organs or all animals, especially testicles. If it's the look that's aesthetically pleasing, then rather consume kiwi fruit. Also, no teats of suckling beasts. The only breasts that can be devoured of course are chicken or other such like fowls who make a noise.
In closing, I am fully in support of the world's investigation into this latest meat contamination and wish for justice to be done.
This is the right time to clean up the meat business and get back to grass roots hygiene and moral consumption.
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