Opinion: Gandhi Was Vegetarian

In discussing vegetarianism with people, it’s funny to see how similar everyone’s arguments are. Irrespective of political beliefs, social status, income levels, education, etc., everyone tends to debate in pretty much exactly the same way. Some people focus more on some things than others, but at the end of the day, everyone is doing it. And almost everyone tends to disbelieve the same facts, ignore the same questions, and disregard the same ideas. Entire books could be (and have been) filled with these facts, questions, and ideas that everyone seems to ignore, but one that I find particularly interesting is the idea that vegetarianism is necessary to lead a non-violent life… continue reading →

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About Julian Modiano

Julian Modiano was born in 1993, in Rome, Italy. He moved from Rome to Santiago, Chile, when he was just three. After Chile, he moved to South Africa – where he encountered a completely different society and discovered the importance of cultural diversity. It was also there that the first anti-capitalist feelings were probably beginning to form in his unconscious. He then moved to Rome, and then Argentina. He is now going to study Sociology at the University of Exeter, in England.

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