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Brilliant documentary on the consequences of massive livestock
Absolutely enlightening. Everyone should see this documentary! It is urgent to sensitize the world for the direct and indirect problems of massive livestock and fish consumption. A change in attitudes and behaviors towards environmental preservation is urgent! This film conveys this message in a brilliant way! This is not about a decision, it is about a necessity for the well-being of the humankind! This should be an example for all environmentalists around the world: you are not doing enough! You are not taking the right decisions! You are not going into the right direction! Congratulations to the directors Kip Andersen and Keegan Kuhn for their courage, willpower and perseverance! We will all learn and, if the message is spread worldwide, we will certainly gain, by watching your fantastic work!
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