And unless you are a vegan and eat and drink absolutely no animal products the "cows milk is for cows" argument is grossly hypocritical.
And just to point out the irony of you telling me that I had over dramatised your words in a ridiculous fashion, I have pasted your original post below. And will let it speak for itself.
I personally have sleepless nights when I think that people rely on a company /companies that have been proven to be "evil" to feed their children. Babies in China dying from tainted formula...the echo effect here and in other countries are the limits being placed on the amount of formula you can buy, as a black market has erupted. What would you do if you just can't get to that precious can..stranded in a broken down car, trapped on a roof in a flood. The UN has a massive project underway to get Mothers in developing countries to get babies back on bm, and off of the formula. Because it isn't safe.In those regards, the companies are purely evil...risking the lives of babies for a profit...probably the vilest thing a human being can.do. END QUOTE
Yep, nothing in there about "poor formula fed babies". And nothing attacking families or Mothers, as was suggested..just facts, and my own concern. And the "evil" was from a previous post. Once presented with a theme, it's best to roll with it. So thanks for posting that..
I was merely saying that was what myself and countless others felt the post implied. But I'm sure we are all wrong and just misinterpreted your intelligent and well thought out response to the issue.
I mean no disrespect to cows.
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