Category Archives: History

Interview with Will Tuttle, author of the international best-seller “The World Peace Diet”


                    Note: This interview was translated in French and can be found here. VP: You are very well known internationally in the vegetarian and vegan communities and you received numerous awards. … Continue reading

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#JeSuisCharlie: Why it should matter to justice activists


“I do not agree with what you have to say, but I’ll defend to the death your right to say it.”  ~ Voltaire “I have never made but one prayer to God, a very short one: Oh Lord, make my … Continue reading

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INTELLIGENCE OF THE HEART


It always strikes me as odd that, otherwise educated people, can be so ignorant (or indifferent) about the plight of animals or human beings in misery. It is as if being educated makes you intolerant and ignorant instead of intelligent. … Continue reading

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Committing Genocide to Celebrate Another Genocide


I don’t think I’ve ever know a more ridiculous holiday than Thanksgiving in my life either in my country of origin or in the US and Canada (or any countries that I know off). The American (and Canadian) people sit … Continue reading

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CONDITIONING, HISTORY & SCIENCE: Breaking Free to better Advocate for Non-Humans and Humans


March 2nd, 2014 The Animal Advocacy Museum presents a talk by Veronique N. Perrot, World Peace Diet Facilitator, Holistic Vegan Coach and Certified in Plant-Based Nutrition, on the power of our society to condition us and how we can break … Continue reading

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Dairy Products: A Historical and Cultural Anomaly


Please check out my new article on the Flaming Vegan called “Dairy Products: A Historical and Cultural Anomaly” and if you like it, please vote on it to boost its visibility. 🙂 http://www.theflamingvegan.com/view-post/Dairy-Products-A-Historical-and-Cultural-Anomaly

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WHY PROTESTS ARE FOR THE MOST PART USELESS


Protests have been part of our history and all cultures of the world for the longest. People have protested all sorts of things, from war to poverty to women’s rights and animal rights. But how useful is it to even … Continue reading

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