Mrs. James Cameron: You Can’t Eat Meat and Be an Environmentalist
Avatar director James Cameron isn’t the only one in his family to spew sanctimonious moonbattery regarding the environment:
Former actress and model Suzy Amis-Cameron — James Cameron’s wife — is putting her ducks in line to see that the Carlsbad, Calif.-based school she founded will soon become the first to go completely vegan.
Such a bold move shouldn’t be surprising coming from a school that was established out of a loathing for M&M’s. Amis-Cameron decided to start MUSE School CA in 2005, when she picked up her 4-year-old daughter from school and discovered that the girl had spent the day learning math with colorful, saccharine pellets.
“The school she was going to — that touted itself as an environmental school — was teaching my child to count with M&M’s,” Amis-Cameron tells NPR. “And everything in my life came to a screeching halt.”
You have to be able to put everything else aside to deal with big issues like the environmental incorrectness of certain foods. That includes not only M&Ms, but all meat:
Suzy and James – environmentalist vegans themselves (though James didn’t make that decision until after Avatar) – see plant-based diets as the biggest thing someone can do to reduce his or her footprint. “You can’t really call yourself an environmentalist if you’re still consuming animals,” Amis-Cameron says. “You just can’t.”
Fortunately for her you can live in multiple opulent mansions that run up massive power bills and call yourself an environmentalist – so long as you don’t mind everyone else calling you a hypocrite.
Madam Amis-Cameron will be happy to know that they now make vegan M&Ms.
Look how healthy her righteous veggie diet has made Suzy:
Cameron is even more of a rotter than I thought if he doesn’t force-feed this poor lunatic woman the bacon cheeseburger she so desperately needs.
So far, I can’t find any environmental groups, Sierra Club, Greenpeace, NRDC, Earth First, etc, who are outraged by this.
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