We all agree that “unnecessary” animal suffering and death are
morally wrong. If that means anything at all, it must mean that we
cannot justify animal suffering and death by reasons of pleasure or
convenience. But what is our best justification for imposing suffering and death on the 56 billion animals (excluding fish) we eat annually?
So the only justification we have is that which we agree cannot suffice. This is moral schizophrenia.
If you are not a vegan, you are participating directly in animal
exploitation. Being a vegan is easy, better for your health, and the
most powerful way that you, as an individual, can say “no” to animal
[Quote: http://www.abolitionistapproach.com/ ]
earth contains enough food for 12 - 15 billion people [if we wouldn't
feed more than 57 billion land-animals with the misfortune to being
someone else's food/boots :'( ]
We can manage to
feed everyone and when people have wakening up and made a conscious
choice not to hurt, kill and enslave other beings - just because they
happen to be of another species - then we can also educate people to not
have more children then this planet can feed.
In this way the food will for all future suffice to all being and to all individuals.
I really recommend this lecture: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SvZpF1R6GUo