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Billionaires Invested In Animal Agony, Climate Extreme Causation & Human Disease
by Lister
More and more are getting out of cattle ranching as vegan product
sales skyrocket and animal flesh becomes more and more expensive.
Some are still invested in the animal suffering, human disease,
deforestation and climate extremes caused by raising animals for
Animal agony, deforestation, cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer's, climate extremes causation in the cattle ranch investments of
billionaires : Jeff Bezos, Stan Kroenke married to WalMart heir,
Warren Buffett owner of Omaha Steaks, Charles Koch (deforesting
lumber and fossil fuels), Rupert Murdoch, Kanye West,
Ted Turner, Michael Bloomberg, the Mormon Church.
Wan Long is the Chinese billionaire who bought Smithfield Foods, the world's
biggest pigkiller, with slaughterhouses in several countries.
Jim Dobson reports that some ranches offer hunting (including canned hunting in
which animals are confined to areas within high fencing.. shooting them is like
shooting fish in a barrel). T Boones Pickens' ranch in the Texas panhandle offers
quail murder to those who lust for the shedding of blood. Wildlife Rescue reports canned hunting has been banned or restricted in 20 US states including AL, AZ, CA, CT, DE, GA, HW, MD MA, MN, MS, MT, NV, NC, OR, RI, VA, WI, WY There is no
federal law and endangered species can be killed if
bred in captivity.

Dobson states that
Hall and Hall is a realty company whose specialty is selling and buying cattle ranch properties. He lists the biggest landowners
'The most prominent landowners in the United States together own almost 13 million acres across the country. The ten largest landowners in America are 1. cable and media honcho John Malone (2.2 million acres), 2. lumber titans Emmerson Family, 3. CNN founder Ted Turner, 4. logging industry Reed Family, 5. sports mogul Stan Kroenke, 6. lumber industry Irving Family, 7. Subway Sandwich founder Peter Buck, 8. tobacco guru Brad Kelley, 9. Teledyne’s Henry Singleton Family, 10. King Ranch Heirs.'
In several other countries, land reform legislatures have banned such an inequitable
distribution of land. There is no more land being created with the exception of
the filling in of certain bays. In 1863 Abe Lincoln on the same day he signed the
Emancipation Proclamation signed the Homestead Act giving up to 160 acres to
families including freed slaves.
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