But I just posted a poem. I don't give a damn about "most people". Why everything a vegan person says is seen as an indoctrination attempt?
Over the years I've been writing about health benefits of a plant-based diet and the whole "Drink milk!" scam (mostly because I had an opportunity to work on related subjects) or about environmental impacts of meat and dairy industry, just as I write about physics or statistics. I never tried to press anything on anyone - perhaps you felt the pressure of facts
For example, I bought a plastic bottle of water today. I know that it won't decompose in 500 years. It will float in the ocean next to car tires killing whales and chocking phytoplankton, all that stopping the biological pump. The whole CO2 will stay in the atmosphere. My children (assuming I will find the right genetic material, with whose carrier I will have them) and at least 15 generations of their descendants will suffer from my plastic bottle (recycling wouldn't change anything - AFAIR it can be done up to 3 times). Does saying that make me aggressive or is it just an upsetting fact we'd rather not talk about? And if I need to explain such obvious facts to someone, they are probably too stupid to understand them anyway.
Regarding preaching veganism, it's an ideology and I believe as such it needs to be developed individually, based on one's morals. AFAIK morals cannot be transferred between people like knowledge.
End of rant.