Philip Wollen : Animals Should Be Off The Menu debate | Subtitles in 18 languages

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Join us | Philip Wollen addresses the St James Ethics and the Wheeler Centre debate - tell us in the comments what you think. Please watch the whole debate via Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese, Czech, English, French, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovenian, Spanish and Vietnamese captions are available (click CC) and you can get the speech transcript via **** If you would like to create a transcript in your own language and have it added to the video, please; 1. Go to 2. Paste the video link in 3. Paste the transcription text you have create 4. Press 'a' each time the relevant line is on screen 5. Email the timecoded transcript file to 'transcript -AT-' Our sincere thanks to Svetla Savitri (Bulgarian), Anna Rk (Catalan), Li (Chinese), Martin Ludvík (Czech), Dario Marino (Italian), Gregory Fessard (French), Chris AthensVegan (Greek), Moshe Sherf (Hebrew), Csaba Lehel (Hungarian), Agus Riady (Indonesian), Inês Caldas and José Rodrigues (Portuguese), Angelina Prokofjeva (Russian), Ni Ma-Vegan (Persian), Agata Rozumek (Polish), Laura Mialet, Cesar H, Miriam Loayza Mainardi (Spanish), The Vegan Initiative (Slovenija) and Hồ Ngọc Bảo Nhi (Vietnamese) for their translations. **** Vote for this on Reddit via ***** Who is Philip Wollen? (Find out more via; "Philip was vice president of Citibank, specialising in corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions. At age 34, he was rated by Australian Business Magazine in their Top 40 Australian head-hunted executives. At age 40, he witnessed cruelty on such a colossal scale that it affected him profoundly. He decided to give away everything he owned with warm hands, and die broke. 'And so far, we are right on budget,' he jokes. Today he devotes his life to children, animals, the environment, the terminally ill, the homeless and the arts. He supports over 500 humanitarian projects in over 40 countries with schools, orphanages, shelters, sanctuaries, clinics, and scholarships. In 2005 he received the Order of Australia. In 2007 he was Australian of the Year, Victoria. The Australia Day Council said of him, 'Essentially a private man, Philip Wollen seeks no personal publicity but is not afraid to step into the limelight for a just cause.' " ***** Thank you kindly to for this footage.


  1. I don't know if someone feels this pls let ne know when I see someone eating non-veg it sends shivers or chills in my body as if i feel the pain when they chew it I can literally hear them crying like something goes thru my ears i hope i explained it.
  2. He pushed many emotional buttons but didn't provide much in the way of facts or figures to back up his statements, Quite unexpected for a man who was CEO (or chairman?) of Citi Bank.
    He didn't say what types of diseases are attributed to meat-eating, what their affects are on overall human mortality rates when compared to non-diet sourced cancers or other diseases.
    He provided no evidence whatsoever to back up his claim that farmers would be financially better off by switching away from animal farming.
    He gave no context for environmental impacts of meat eating, nor did he state what proportion of environmental impact/damage is caused by the meat industry and what proportion is caused by, say, the carbon extraction industries, the transport industries etc.
    I respect the emotional/moral points he made, and he made them in a clear and concise way. There is much to think about in what he said. He also went way over the top in attempting to attribute uncontextualised blame for social, economic and environmental ills to the meat industry alone. This diminishes his debating position enormously. Just be honest about what buttons you are pushing instead of doing a supermarket-trolley-dash of debate point-scoring.
  3. My favorite speech. Very inspiring and informative speech. Philip Wollen is awesome.
  4. I'm still gonna eat a burger after this.
  5. proud to a vegetarian since birth proud jain
  6. Eating meat is bad karma.
    Grain is abundant in the world no need to kill and eat.
  7. Its interesting the huge applaud and cheer at the end but how many of them actually changed their ways? I’d imagine very little
  8. This man is off his head
  9. What is wrong with eating dairy foods?
  10. The woman on the pro-meat panel is just smiling....she should be brought to a psychiatrist.
  11. Load of shite !!
  12. As a tribute to Phillip and to help spread the vegan message, I made a vegan music video using some of his quotes.
    Check it out here: ⓥ🌱😊
  13. He is Buddha of the West! 🙏
  14. The real truth far and wide in just few words and I be ever heard..thanks mocha's Gracia's!
  15. What the hell does he mean by "Vegetarian cows today are the world's largest ocean predators"?
  16. Still good in 2018- GO VEGAN!!!
  17. superb debate, watched the full thing on another video. Totally agree with the proposition...
  18. Powerful and necessary.
  19. Drivel

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