PETA have their own radically extremist agenda. You are also, possibly willfully, choosing to overlook that a very large number of humans have evolved beyond lactose intolerance.

Lastly, what of mothers whose offspring start teething at a very early age? A child can be past the stage where needed antibodies are passed to them through the mother's milk, but still in a situation where they will best digest the proteins introduced here by genetic modification.

In any case, for people like myself, I prefer to translate the PETA acronym as People for the Eating of Tasty Animals; there's nothing quite like a perfectly cooked slab of dead animal.

Brian McNeil / talk06:50, 5 April 2011
  1. Excuse me, we Chinese haven't 'evolved' and this discussion is about China. :) Different people have different definitions of 'a very large number', but I don't consider one-third of the world's population particularly large.
  2. They can use soya milk, which is like cow's minus the increased risks of allergies, heart diseases, obesity, malnutrition and osteoporosis.

Sorry if I'm being too blunt, but the lies about milk being good leaves no grounds for AGF.

Kayau (talk · contribs)10:40, 5 April 2011

This is the Comments namespace; AGF does not apply here.

Brian McNeil / talk16:34, 5 April 2011

I was kidding. -_-

Kayau (talk · contribs)17:04, 5 April 2011

The problem with using soy milk is identical. America's soy beans are genetically engineered. We appear to be approaching our problems with backwards methodology.

First we need healthy mothers who can donate breast milk. That solves the milk problem. The benefit of this action gives control back to the people instead of meat and dairy associations. We are presently feeding cows instead of people.

Second we must require all GMO organisms be labeled, giving us the choice to deny or support it's existence. While GMO seems like it could be beneficial to mankind, it is progressing at a pace so fast, we have lost control. We have become Ginny pigs. --Niatniddup (talk) 15:49, 9 December 2014 (UTC)

Niatniddup (talk)15:49, 9 December 2014

Re: Niatniddup (talk) Sorry folks. It says I do not exist. I don't know enough about computers to exist. Ha ha, that's almost funny. I don't even remember how I managed to send the above reply. I'll just start clicking buttons until this message disappears.

Niatniddup (talk)16:02, 9 December 2014