The UN’s Food & Agriculture Organization is expected to ask Americans to limit meat consumption in upcoming climate report. Come here for the reactions.


The weenies and losers at the United Nations, which is somehow allowed to meet in the formerly great American city of New York, are about to lecture us, red-blooded Americans, on eating too much meat.

The UN’s Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO) will publish its so-called global food systems’ road map during the upcoming COP28 climate summit in Dubai which will kick off on Thursday and extend nearly two weeks until mid-December. FAO’s first-of-its-kind document will recommend nations that “over-consume meat” to limit their consumption as part of a broader effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Bloomberg reported.

What? I’m sorry! I can’t hear you!

The UN thinks they’re going to save the planet by getting us to eat less meat? If anything, we’re not eating enough meat.

It’s not because meat is bad for you. They just think it’s bad for the planet.

The UN has, for years, called for individuals to ditch animal-based diets, which it says “have a high impact on our planet.” Instead, individuals should choose plant-based foods, according to the UN, which can reduce a person’s annual carbon footprint by up to 2.1 tons.

It’s gonna take a lot more scientific evidence than “cow farts bad” to stop me from chowing down on steak.

No thanks!


Approved ~ MJM