Pamela Anderson has been super active on her blog lately with some pretty questionable entries.

She recently wrote a post professing her love for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, and now she’s at it again urging everyone to consider veganism as a lifestyle choice in an essay titled “FIGHT “FAKE FOOD”, NOT “FAKE NEWS”.”

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In this vegan manifesto of sorts, Anderson begins by explaining that although “fake news” has become an important issue lately, the issue of “fake foods” is much more of a serious matter. She calls for all humans to take up a life of veganism to save ourselves, our animals, our environment, our economy, and even our sex drives.

Her argument makes assumptions about meat-eaters and the power of veganism alike in a format that can only be described as a long poem. 

The actor writes:

The politics of food in capitalism,
neoliberal society,
and cruelty against animals –
also food production,
state responsibility re lives of people,
and the environment.

I often think, about how many people are reluctant to consider veganism.

This is because they feel veganism is people telling them what they
can and cannot do.

She goes on to explain that veganism is a political choice and a consumer choice, stating: 

Veganism is political!
(and sexy, and improves sex drive).

Anderson is hellbent on destroying the “fake food” industry, and before making her case as to how choosing to be vegan saves animals, human health, the developing world, the environment, society, and the economy, she claims that being vegan is “part of a larger movement.”

Many people who are are reluctant to consider veganism are actually
natural vegans, but they do not know it.

They do not realize that veganism is part of a larger way of life.

Part of a larger movement to reform not just the way we treat animals,
but the way we treat the world we live on and each other.

Vegans understand that the meat industry is one part of a bigger
system – the fake food industry.

Ending the meat industry is part of a larger effort – to end the fake food industry.

The actress ends her rant by paraphrasing Socialist leader Eugene V. Debs‘s “What Socialism Demands.”

So, there you have it. If you want to learn all about the benefits of veganism according to Pamela Anderson, head over to her blog to get educated. 

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