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clint_oming regram @tukro
The way we treat other species is essential to our future existence! It also has huge impact on the way we treat each other, for where there is no compassion for other species, there is also none towards your kind... #WakeUpHumanity🌎 #TUKRO #AnimalRights #VeganLife
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tukro The way we treat other species is essential to our future existence! It also has huge impact on the way we treat each other, for where there is no compassion for other species, there is also none towards your kind... #WakeUpHumanity🌎 #TUKRO #AnimalRights #VeganLife 1h
  •   larafelix8 percent agree smh 45min
  •   misseskaelak preach 40min
  •   saganism96 "Humans — who enslave, castrate, experiment on, and fillet other animals — have had an understandable penchant for pretending animals do not feel pain. A sharp distinction between humans and 'animals' is essential if we are to bend them to our will, make them work for us, wear them, eat them — without any disquieting tinges of guilt or regret. It is unseemly of us, who often behave so unfeelingly toward other animals, to contend that only humans can suffer. The behavior of other animals renders such pretensions specious. They are just too much like us." - Carl Sagan 31min
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  •   carly__nicole Ian knows what's up @lauradntni 12min

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gmo_gus GMOs won't feed the world! NEVER HAVE! NEVER WILL#WakeUpHumanity🌎 #Monsanto #TUKRO Repost from @tukro 7h

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nickdonn Repost from @alchemist_1 “The whole of existence is dancing, except man.
The whole of existence is in a very relaxed movement; movement there is, certainly, but it is utterly relaxed.
Trees are growing and birds are chirping and rivers are flowing, stars are moving: everything is going in a very relaxed way.
No hurry, no haste, no worry, and no waste.
Except man.
Man has fallen a victim of his mind.
Man can rise above gods and fall below animals.
Man has a great spectrum.
From the lowest to the highest, man is a ladder.” --------------------------------------------------
#Osho#Awakening#Consciousness#Enlightenment#Alchemist_1• #Wisdom#Spirituality#Enlightening#WakeUpHumanity#LightWorker#HigherAwakening#HigherPurpose --------------------------------------------------
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alchemist_1 “The whole of existence is dancing, except man.
The whole of existence is in a very relaxed movement; movement there is, certainly, but it is utterly relaxed.
Trees are growing and birds are chirping and rivers are flowing, stars are moving: everything is going in a very relaxed way.
No hurry, no haste, no worry, and no waste.
Except man.
Man has fallen a victim of his mind.
Man can rise above gods and fall below animals.
Man has a great spectrum.
From the lowest to the highest, man is a ladder.” --------------------------------------------------
#Osho#Awakening#Consciousness#Enlightenment#Alchemist_1• #Wisdom#Spirituality#Enlightening#WakeUpHumanity#LightWorker#HigherAwakening#HigherPurpose --------------------------------------------------
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alchemist_1 "I have a longing in my heart.
It does not hurt, it does not bleed.
It only sits there, a reminder of something I cannot yet grasp, something born out of warmth and happiness.
It is on my tongue but the weight it holds makes speech near impossible and I wish more than anything to know this phantom of mine.
The lock is in my grasp but the key is in another hand and I fear it will never reach me.” --------------------------------------------------
#Awakening#Consciousness#Enlightenment#Alchemist_1• #Wisdom#Spirituality#Enlightening#WakeUpHumanity#LightWorker#HigherAwakening#HigherPurpose --------------------------------------------------
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tukro If only... oh wait, what about that shining huge powerful circle up there? ...#WakeUpHumanity 23h
  •   muiselife @tukro true indeed the sun is everything 11h
  •   mr_tyler_durden_ @wowonly2dollars Oh yeah, I've heard of solar roadways! There's a guy that actually makes solar roadway panels and he's trying to promote them. I think it's a really cool invention. But yeah, back to the geothermal topic, I see what you're saying but I'll have to look more into myself to better understand it. It's those oil and gas companies that are making it harder lol they're the ones with all the money and control 11h
  •   swimenim How about tidal energy? Put a toroidal shaped buoy around a piling driven into the ocean floor and as the waves roll in it moves the buoy up and down which cranks a generator @wowonly2dollars @mr_tyler_durden_ 11h
  •   mr_tyler_durden_ @swimenim No I haven't heard of that, actually haha 10h
  •   mr_tyler_durden_ Pretty neat, though 10h
  •   roachstr0099 foreal man. 9h
  •   wowonly2dollars Yea the fact that we even have coal and nuclear power plants shows how primitive money keeps us. @swimenim 5h
  •   goddess0vhell Powers of the mind and soul. 4h

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veganxtal If you're eating CHICKEN please read!!! Another reason to #govegan from @tukro via @igrepost_app, #Insanity at its finest!
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has given the greenlight to four chicken processing plants in China to important US-raised chickens for slaughter, then send them back to the United States for sale in grocers. Of course, there is no country-of-origin label mandate in the United States, so you have no way of knowing what chickens have been sent to China for slaughter. Naturally, food safety experts are worried about sending chickens for processing in China due to the high rate of avian influenza, as well as the distinct lack of environmental and safety regulations that you find in the United States.
“Economically, it doesn’t make much sense,” said Tom Super, spokesman for the National Chicken Council, in a recent interview with the Houston Chronicle. “Think about it: A Chinese company would have to purchase frozen chicken in the U.S., pay to ship it 7,000 miles, unload it, transport it to a processing plant, unpack it, cut it up, process/cook it, freeze it, repack it, transport it back to a port, then ship it another 7,000 miles. I don’t know how anyone could make a profit doing that.” According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, American poultry processors are paid about $11 an hour, while their Chinese equivalents are paid much less; $1-2 an hour. China is somewhat famous for having some of the world’s worst food safety oversight, and employs some of the worst offenders. It was only a few months ago that the US Food and Drug Administration released a report on a Chinese chicken jerky manufacturer that created dog treats and ended up killing more than 500 dogs.
Goes to show the greater need for transparency in food labeling.#WakeUpHumanity #WakeUpAmerica #pleasewaleup #tryvegan #plantbased #vegan
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change_inc Better stop buying foster farms!!! :

REPOST FROM @tukro: "#Repost @animalrevenge ・・・
Insanity at its finest!
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has given the greenlight to four chicken processing plants in China to important US-raised chickens for slaughter, then send them back to the United States for sale in grocers. Of course, there is no country-of-origin label mandate in the United States, so you have no way of knowing what chickens have been sent to China for slaughter. Naturally, food safety experts are worried about sending chickens for processing in China due to the high rate of avian influenza, as well as the distinct lack of environmental and safety regulations that you find in the United States.
“Economically, it doesn’t make much sense,” said Tom Super, spokesman for the National Chicken Council, in a recent interview with the Houston Chronicle. “Think about it: A Chinese company would have to purchase frozen chicken in the U.S., pay to ship it 7,000 miles, unload it, transport it to a processing plant, unpack it, cut it up, process/cook it, freeze it, repack it, transport it back to a port, then ship it another 7,000 miles. I don’t know how anyone could make a profit doing that.” According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, American poultry processors are paid about $11 an hour, while their Chinese equivalents are paid much less; $1-2 an hour. China is somewhat famous for having some of the world’s worst food safety oversight, and employs some of the worst offenders. It was only a few months ago that the US Food and Drug Administration released a report on a Chinese chicken jerky manufacturer that created dog treats and ended up killing more than 500 dogs.
Goes to show the greater need for transparency in food labeling.#WakeUpHumanity #WakeUpAmerica" (via #RepostWhiz @RepostWhiz app)
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  •   francescaslove I won't even eat chicken anymore. Chicken scares me! 1d
  •   navasabi @skinnyprince17 this is why eating chicken is just not even worth it 1d
  •   change_inc @navasabi not only that, but eating non organic chicken will get you GMO ingredients, antibiotics and hormones, and chicken feces within the actual food. Because the non organic chickens live in huge hen houses, they live in their own shit, breathe and eat it, which means it becomes part of them, then you eat it. 1d
  •   navasabi I know, I'm vegan and have been trying to get my boyfriend to cut out chicken altogether. Thanks for your post! 1d

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spiritual_monsta By @tukro "#Repost @animalrevenge ・・・
Insanity at its finest!
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has given the greenlight to four chicken processing plants in China to important US-raised chickens for slaughter, then send them back to the United States for sale in grocers. Of course, there is no country-of-origin label mandate in the United States, so you have no way of knowing what chickens have been sent to China for slaughter. Naturally, food safety experts are worried about sending chickens for processing in China due to the high rate of avian influenza, as well as the distinct lack of environmental and safety regulations that you find in the United States.
“Economically, it doesn’t make much sense,” said Tom Super, spokesman for the National Chicken Council, in a recent interview with the Houston Chronicle. “Think about it: A Chinese company would have to purchase frozen chicken in the U.S., pay to ship it 7,000 miles, unload it, transport it to a processing plant, unpack it, cut it up, process/cook it, freeze it, repack it, transport it back to a port, then ship it another 7,000 miles. I don’t know how anyone could make a profit doing that.” According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, American poultry processors are paid about $11 an hour, while their Chinese equivalents are paid much less; $1-2 an hour. China is somewhat famous for having some of the world’s worst food safety oversight, and employs some of the worst offenders. It was only a few months ago that the US Food and Drug Administration released a report on a Chinese chicken jerky manufacturer that created dog treats and ended up killing more than 500 dogs.
Goes to show the greater need for transparency in food labeling.#WakeUpHumanity #WakeUpAmerica" via @PhotoRepost_app
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tukro #Repost @animalrevenge ・・・
Insanity at its finest!
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has given the greenlight to four chicken processing plants in China to important US-raised chickens for slaughter, then send them back to the United States for sale in grocers. Of course, there is no country-of-origin label mandate in the United States, so you have no way of knowing what chickens have been sent to China for slaughter. Naturally, food safety experts are worried about sending chickens for processing in China due to the high rate of avian influenza, as well as the distinct lack of environmental and safety regulations that you find in the United States.
“Economically, it doesn’t make much sense,” said Tom Super, spokesman for the National Chicken Council, in a recent interview with the Houston Chronicle. “Think about it: A Chinese company would have to purchase frozen chicken in the U.S., pay to ship it 7,000 miles, unload it, transport it to a processing plant, unpack it, cut it up, process/cook it, freeze it, repack it, transport it back to a port, then ship it another 7,000 miles. I don’t know how anyone could make a profit doing that.” According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, American poultry processors are paid about $11 an hour, while their Chinese equivalents are paid much less; $1-2 an hour. China is somewhat famous for having some of the world’s worst food safety oversight, and employs some of the worst offenders. It was only a few months ago that the US Food and Drug Administration released a report on a Chinese chicken jerky manufacturer that created dog treats and ended up killing more than 500 dogs.
Goes to show the greater need for transparency in food labeling.#WakeUpHumanity #WakeUpAmerica
1d

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