1 – The cost of animals and animal products as food has skyrocketed leading to the inability of the majority of the population to afford these products, initiating a panic that originated from the misconception that these are essential for survival. Creating cheaper ethical alternatives while comforting the population with the truth that a vegan diet is actually beneficial, would generate a smart solution to our food crisis, and potentially sparking an ethical industrial revolution if ways of exporting these products can be found, noting that the hyperinflation caused in a change of currency that would make any type of export very profitable.
2 – The vegan revolution in Lebanon has started way before the Lebanese revolution, and our constant activism has given us strong experience and knowledge on how to be present on the streets while sending a message in the most evolved, organized and effective manners possible, a trait that is absent in other political organizations in Lebanon. Hence, this advantage will be used to carve the way, be an example and pioneers on how to successfully achieve proper communication and effective ways of sending a message, without having to use intimidation, violence, dominance and chaos.
3 – Lebanon is a sectarian country, divided by religions that fuel political conflicts. An inability to achieve prosperity is deeply rooted in the continuous opposition of one group to another group’s flow of work. Veganism knows no religion nor sects, no ethnic differences or race, which would be a tool to unite the people, create communication, and highlight the concept of justice for all, fighting for our own justice, while being true regarding our responsibilities towards all creatures especially weaker ones. Our ability to ally with every single country present on this planet is not only an unfair advantage, but also a duty and responsibility to reach our goals.