Poor catholic leader offered unique chance to become millionaireThe challenge has been set by 12-year-old Genesis Butler, a vegan from the age of six, and the Million Dollar Vegan campaign, which aims to encourage as many people as possible to eat less meat and dairy in order to help tackle climate change. As the head of the Catholic Church and an outspoken figure on the issue of global warming, environmental campaigners and Butler want Pope Francis to spearhead the campaign.
Where does this little girl get all the money to bet against the pope to go vegan during Lent? Seriously, does she mine Bitcoins, or is she the money-laundering part of a bigger mafia organisation that trafficks drugs, or frankincense?Many Christians around the world typically practise some form of abstinence for 40 days in the run up to Easter, and the Million Dollar Vegan campaign hopes that if the Pope was to take up the challenge, many of the world’s 1.2 billion Roman Catholics may follow suit.
Oh, she's just the leading figure of a campaign organisation. Seriously, I wouldn't instrumentalise small children for your ideas. When your ideas are worth the fuss, you don't need small children. Let them be children first, then they can make up their own mind whether they want to challgenge persons of public interest or not.
It is hoped the offer will encourage the world's 1.2 billion Roman Catholics to also adopt a plant-based dietwww.thenational.ae