Paul McCartney Urges India To Declare National Vegetarian Day

paul mccartney Paul McCartney Urges India To Declare National Vegetarian Day

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One of music’s most prominent herbivores, [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Paul McCartney[/lastfm] is taking his activism for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) global by asking the people of India to declare a National Vegetarian Day.

McCartney is promoting the idea of a meat-less day to celebrate meat-free living and to show compassion towards animals. Would you chomp down on carrots instead of a hamburger if McCartney helped declare a National Vegetarian Day?

PETA confirms McCartney sent a letter to Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh promoting the idea of a meat-free day saying it would help save animals while protecting the environment and people’s health at the same time.

His letter said “it would be a celebration of life.”

An estimated 42 percent of India’s 1.2 billion population are vegetarians, due to religious or financial circumstances and strict Hindus and Jains don’t eat meat.

If such an influential and looked up to musician promoted a National Vegetarian Day, would you trade in your juicy burger  for a plate of veggies for a day?

[Source: Yahoo]

Comments

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  1. Tammy Karaba says:

    Alright Paul!! Vegan is the way to go (much healthier for everyone)… Graceful blessings to all….

  2. DAVE PHILLIPS in Sparks, NV says:

    PROVING ONCE AGAIN – “:The rich are different from the rest of us …”!

  3. brian allen says:

    Hey Paul,

    Thanks for reminding me that I haven’t had a good steak in awhile. Think I’ll enjoy one tonight.

  4. Rainbow Ray says:

    Good for Paul! Personally, I probably would try it for a day, but being a vegetarion is not a personal choice of mine (I do eat meat mostly) nor do I consider it an inborn thing as well. To each his own choice though, right?

    Rainbow Ray
    ????

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