COWSPIRACY—and they need your support—NOW!
Earlier this year, I learned about this new feature-length documentary from my friend and colleague, Dr. Richard Oppenlander, who helped produce this extremely important film and appears in it. Today, I am officially going public in my endorsement of this project, providing the latest 5-minute trailer and soliciting your support.
We’re talking about the sustainability of our ecosystem, our civilization and, ultimately, the human species. Yet, none of the “establishment” is talking about the most powerful driver of most of Earth’s environmental problems—our toxic western diet consisting of some combination of meat, dairy, eggs and fish at almost every meal.
I have been writing, speaking and blogging about this subject for years and have most recently begun the most important executive search project in the history of humanity—the search for wealthy, powerful and highly influential leaders who’ve got the courage to take this civilization-saving message to the most affluent two billion humans. They’re the ones doing most of the damage AND are influencing the other five billion people to adopt our incredibly harmful and grossly unsustainable diet—just as soon as they can afford it.
This important film can help change all of that!
After studying the human feeding model of the world since 2002, I recently summarized my conclusions in one concise statement. It all boils down to our survival as a species. What could be more important to any human than that?
An urgent shift in the direction of a whole food, plant-based diet will do more to ensure the longterm survival of the human species than ALL other possible initiatives combined. —J. Morris Hicks
Meet the COWSPIRACY producers—Kip Andersen and Keegan Kuhn
Please go to their CrowdFunding site now and make your contribution. I just made mine. They’ve already met their modest, initial goal but will need millions more to reach the billions of people that need to see this film. Heck, they’ll need tens of millions just for their legal fees and body guards once BIG AG starts feeling the heat from this BOLD, truthful campaign to save our ecosystem.
One more thing. Send this blogpost to everyone you know. I love these guys!
The following five books and one DVD can be purchased on Amazon for a grand total of less than $60—and will enable you to understand the overwhelming challenges we face—along with the single most-powerful solution of all.
Six-Pack from Hicks—for health, hope & harmony on planet Earth
- Healthy Eating, Healthy World, The “big picture” about food (our book)
- A life changer for millions, including James Cameron. Forks Over Knives DVD
- An essential scientific resource: The China Study by Dr. T. Colin Campbell; the primary book that influenced Bill Clinton to adopt a whole food, plant-based diet.
- What have we done to our planet? Full Planet, Empty Plates by Lester Brown
- A horrifying wake-up call for leaders. TEN BILLION by Dr. Stephen Emmott
- Food choices are the primary cause of our environmental problems, yet our world leaders, scientists & experts are Comfortably Unaware, by Richard Oppenlander.
Why should we be eating mostly plants? The “big picture” in 4 minutes.
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