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The Green Quote: Moby Believes 'Truth' Will Destroy Industrialized Farming

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“There are huge and egregiously well-financed interests who want to keep the truth of animal production hidden. We don’t have their money, but we have two very powerful things: naivete and the truth. Hopefully, if enough people find out about the hidden ramifications of industrialized farmed animal production, we’ll eventually see a shift away from supporting these destructive industries, which would lead to a healthier, cleaner, and more humane world. That’s my agenda.”

Moby discussing his “agenda” in the opening of his new book ‘Gristle‘, which is in bookstores now. Do you think grassroots initiatives can beat the bad guys? We hope so! Chime in and share with us your agenda!

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