[Marxism] American Meat; The Revolutionary

Greg McDonald gregmc59 at gmail.com
Sat Apr 13 03:22:34 MDT 2013

You can actually get good deals on a few meat items at certain trendy chain
joints--I have found organic chicken wings and drumsticks at a reasonable
price. They're great in chicken soup. Since I hardly eat any red meat,
because of the inflammation factor, I tend to stick with fowl and fish.
Also found a good deal on wild coho salmon.  The Monterey Bay Aquarium
Buyers Guide discourages consumption of farm-raised salmon--pcbs have been
found, and antibiotics are being used.

The best way to get quality grass (and acorn) fed meat is to shoot it
yourself. I plan on investing in a small smoker I can set up on the back
porch for venison. My parents retired in a gated golf course community just
north of Clarkesville, GA, abutting the Chattahoochee National Forest. Nice
course, built buy a local who made all his $$ in moonshine. Deer come down
the ridge to water early in the morning. If I can get a suppressor for my
Marlin I could shoot one on the 15th fairway at 5am, right off the back
porch--(before the golfers are out and about).


Going to try to go trout fishing sunday morning, if I can get out of the

On Fri, Apr 12, 2013 at 5:34 PM, Louis Proyect <lnp3 at panix.com> wrote:

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>         A meat diet contained in an almost ready state the most essential
> ingredients required by the organism for its metabolism. By shortening the
> time required for digestion, it also shortened the other vegetative bodily
> processes that correspond to those of plant life, and thus gained further
> time, material and desire for the active manifestation of animal life
> proper. And the farther man in the making moved from the vegetable kingdom
> the higher he rose above the animal.
> –Frederick Engels, The Part played by Labour in the Transition from Ape to
> Man
> When my old friend Doug Henwood, America’s most brilliant left economist,
> posted this item on Facebook, I am sure he did it with a mischievous grin
> on his face since so many people on the left equate meat eating with
> imperialism. Since Doug cooks a mean meatball, he and other meat-eating
> leftists would appreciate “American Meat”, a fascinating documentary that
> makes the case for organic, grass-fed livestock and poultry.
> ---
> Sidney Rittenberg is the quintessential anti-Zelig. Like Woody Allen’s
> character, he shows up in key moments of Chinese history next to all the
> big-time players but unlike Zelig is in a commanding position, most of all
> in the Cultural Revolution.
> full: http://louisproyect.wordpress.**com/2013/04/12/american-meat-**
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