I'm a vegetarian and have been for quite some time, and I've always tended to stick with the belief that this is my choice and I shouldn't be pushy on other people. However recently I've been thinking about how people might have their right to a choice, but should that really be the case when that choice leads to thousands upon thousands of needless deaths? I mean meat's rather bad for you anyway, and I don't see how anyone can consider it morally right to industrialise muder on such a scale, just to eat when we don't even need it, and in fact would be better off without it.
I hate myself for saying such preachy things but I can't help but think I'm right, is this bad?
Update: I don't really think meat eater is the wrong definition. If you eat meat then that makes you a meat eater.. It doesn't mean you're not an omnivore.