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Leonardo DiCaprio Once Again Shows How Much He Cares

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… with salted animal flesh.

The oscar winning actor was snapped in Cape Town, South Africa, not doing his usual speech about the environment but instead contributing to the destruction of it.

DiCaprio is held high by many in the mainstream “animal movement” as a voice for the voiceless and a harbinger of change. The reality is that DiCaprio, like so many other celebrities, is just a voice for hire. A mouth puppet spewing corporate bile and deception whilst simultaneously engaging in the exploitation of the vulnerable. A living contradiction of the very words that leave his mouth when the lights are shining on him and the moral high ground feels good. The reality is he never had any moral ground, let alone the high ground.

Caught with a butcher named “Salt Bae” – so called for the way he salts animal flesh – DiCaprio seemed entranced watching the butcher working on the unfortunate someone on the table before him. It’s a pity he can’t separate his acting career from issues of fundamental justice; voiceovers for documentary’s are hardly compelling when 1) the documentary is fundamentally flawed in focusing on either human health or the environment (Cowspiracy, for example) and 2) the narrator engages in the largest mass violation of fundamental rights in human history. A violation that also happens to be the number one contributor to the very cause he claims to support – climate change.

It seems the only time Leonardo DiCaprio will take morality seriously will be if there’s a market for it. Until then it seems he’s content to talk out the both sides of his mouth. I’m feeling the need for inception; someone needs to plant an idea inside this guys head.

The right idea – veganism as a moral imperative.

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0 Comments
  • Leonardo DiCaprio looks drunk/stoned/high in this photo; complete conjecture of course.

    The plate also appears to be more in front of the guy on our left (grey top); complete conjecture again.

    So, both of those subjective observations made above are based on the photo we have.

    One thing is clear though, and that is Leonardo DiCaprio is not seen eating the animal flesh.

    So is it his food? If not, then what’s the problem specifically with regards to Leonardo DiCaprio?

    I find it disgusting and wouldn’t like to sit there and watch it, but if it isn’t his food and he didn’t eat animal flesh in that restaurant then purely based on this photo I find your commentary of it rather egregious.

  • Ramon de Avila

    Conspiracy has turned many people vegan.

    • Carter Felder

      No, a documentary that focuses on the environment instead of the immorality of animal use does not get people going vegan for life. Vegan education gets people to go vegan and stay vegan. Cowspiracy, like all other animal-related documentaries, completely fails to emphasize that we must live vegan in order to respect animal life.

France’s ban of faux-meat branding won’t stop veganism

I’ll take “mycoproteinous food tube” over a tube of dead pig any day.

Concerned about endangered animals? Stop eating them

Methods of animal conservation that support the exploitation of animals don’t exist for the animals, they exist for human profit.

What you can do if live exports disturb you

The outcry should go further than importation and should be directed at the fact that the animals in question were on their way to slaughter in the first place.