Jamison said there are four reasons why religious groups and religious people are targeted
Recently, the AgriTalk radio station, a sister division to Bovine Veterinarian, discussed more anti-meat campaigns from HSUS and other activist groups that are focusing on using religious information to guilt people into stop eating meat and dairy products. Broadcasted from BovineVet’s home office in Lenexa, Kan., AgriTalk host Mike Adams interviewed Dr. Wes Jamison, associate professor at Florida’s Palm Beach Atlantic University about this new tactic involving religion and religious organizations (listen to the podcast here).
HSUS and other groups are trying to persuade consumers that religious traditions teach consuming meat raised from animals in confinement is immoral or a sin, Jamison said. “They say that God is opposed to confinement and they are selective in their choices of religious text so they can make consumers feel guilty and change their habits.”
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