Sir Paul McCartney has only one wish for his birthday - for you to ditch meat.
The musician, who turned 78 yesterday, wants to spread a message of peace, love and “stop harming animals”. And as the tenth anniversary of ‘Glass Walls’, a film he did in partnership with PETA on slaughterhouses, he chose to honour the occasion with a birthday message on their site:
All I’ve ever wanted for my birthday is peace on Earth—including for animals.
That’s why this year, I’m urging fans to watch a video I hosted for PETA, titled ‘Glass Walls.’ We called it that because if slaughterhouses had glass walls, who would want to eat meat? The video debuted exactly 10 years ago. Since then, the public has finally gotten a peek at what happens inside the meat trade, and the demand for vegan food is sky-high.
Whether you’re worried about diseases that spring from slaughterhouses, the animals who suffer terribly and needlessly, or the catastrophic impact of the meat industry on our environment, please watch this short video and share it with your friends.
Sir Paul is a well-known animal rights activist. Influenced by his late wife Linda, he has been a devoted vegetarian for 45 years, and introduced the #meatlessmondays movement with his daughters, Stella and Mary.