On the vegan/vegetarianism question, that the anon >>21805
mentions Hitler's vegetarianism is a good thing. There shouldn't be any push toward such diets at this time, but there definitely should be push-back
within White Nationalist circles on the question. A White vegan who is interested in what we have to say is worth more than 10,000 Christfaggots that think the Sky Kike created chickens for them to eat.
After the revolution, most of the change in diet is going to be forced
. Part of this is simply going to be to get rid of obesity, part of it is going to be best practices to feed the population after a devastating National Liberation War. Millions of people are going to die fighting the ZOG, most of them through starvation and disease, and wasting too many resources on meat-production isn't going to fly.
After the crisis situation has passed, we will promote a broad
sort of vegetarianism. The purpose is going to be 'virtue-signalling' on a National level, and is mainly going to be used to keep our people believing we are morally-better than the rest of the planet.
Meat will still be obtainable, because the nature of farming will change. All farms will be required to be 'no-kill' farms, as in, you have to wait for the animals to die a natural death, or to reach a certain age around where natural death occurs, and they can't be put into cages. Eggs and milk will still be easy to obtain, chicken meat somewhat harder, and beef and pork harder still. Fish will only be legally obtainable from fish-farms, under similar restrictive rules, as well as pretty much any other animal people eat (crab, lobsters, etc). Exotic meat will be illegal (no cats, dogs, bats, monkeys, etc). Those who do choose to consume meat will be subsidizing
the farmers who choose to raise the livestock. Most likely, the post-revolutionary gov'ment will probably leave most meat production up to private individuals, though will send people to the farms to make sure they aren't violating the no cages/natural deaths laws. This will also serve a dual
purpose of eliminating what remains of the religious ZOG-lovers.
It is possible, of course, that lab-grown meat will make this all superfluous, but even for the first few decades the lab-meat is out, it will probably be more expensive, and many people will avoid it due to concerns about it not being natural. So the farms will continue for quite a long time afterwards, and even when all meat is lab-meat, they will probably still exist as historical museum/zoos, where people can go visit to see such animals up close. And cow-milk and chicken eggs will probably never be out of demand, even when the animal's body can not fetch any higher price than the lab meat.
Cats and dogs will, for a time, be the biggest consumers of other animals, and the impetuous to get lab-meat going is probably going to be about bring the price of pet-food down to reasonable levels.