The whole human race suffocated by eating animals, stop the loss of other species - British Musician

The whole human race suffocated by eating animals, stop the loss of other species - British Musician

British musician Brian May says that if you want to get into the depths of this, I think we should reconsider eating animals. This is the central issue here, this epidemic has come from eating animals.


Corona spread due to eating bats in China - many people in the world are doing this. It is also being claimed that this is why the corona occurred and spread around the world. Now a British musician has done something similar. The composer says that the tendency to eat animals brought mankind to its knees.

British musician Brian May says that if you want to get into the depths of this, I think we should reconsider eating animals. This is the central issue here, this epidemic has come from eating animals and now it has come to know that eating animals is not good for our health. '


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This is what @realmattlucas Matt Lucas says : Thanks so much! So..... All proceeds from the original song go to #FeedNHS www.feednhs.com - providing hot, nutritious meals for free delivered to critical care workers in NHS hospitals. Yesterday we hit the million pounds mark in terms of funds raised, in just 15 days. We started delivering in London and by the end of this week we will be in Manchester and Birmingham too, and we will be going as far across the UK as we can. By the end of this week we will have served over 80,000 meals. Leon Restaurants began the initiative with Damian Lewis, Helen McCrory and me, and we have lots of other restaurant chains now on board, all making meals at cost, and any other profits go back to the charity. Also you can buy the original #ThankYouBaked Potato single here https://slinky.to/ThankYouBakedPotato and this week it's number one in the Official Download Charts! —- so now you know !! Go !!! Bri
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Speaking to a website, 72-year-old Brian said, 'The effects of animal kho are coming out in this epidemic and we have to change it. My decision to become a vegetarian was just a decision, I am not knowledgeable about it. But now we have started to see many such effects, which shows that the entire human race has sat on their knees after eating animals. I believe the time has come when we consider that humans do not harm other species. '

Bryan is an English musician, singer, songwriter and astronomer. He is the lead guitarist of the world famous 'The Rock Band Queen'.

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