— Linda McCartney, Linda's Kitchen: Simple and Inspiring Recipes for Meals Without Meat
Frases de Linda McCartney
Data de nascimento: 24. Setembro 1941
Data de falecimento: 17. Abril 1998
Linda McCartney , Lady McCartney, batizada com o nome de Linda Louise Eastman, foi uma fotógrafa dos Estados Unidos, da editora Rolling Stone Magazine, musicista e ativista dedicada a divulgar abusos contra os animais. Tornou-se famosa mundialmente ao casar-se com Paul McCartney em 12 de março de 1969, na ocasião, o cantor, compositor, baixista, guitarrista, pianista, multi-instrumentista do grupo de rock inglês The Beatles.
Citações Linda McCartney
„People are a bit blind. They don’t see life. Being a photographer I see life, every inch of it. I’m obsessed with nature and animals and the earth; I find concrete things that distract me. Most people are the opposite… they find life boring, squirrels or sparrows boring, whereas I find them fascinating. It has to do with the way we live. It probably started with religion which leads some people astray. To fight over whose god is better has nothing to do with love or spirituality. Perhaps it’s guilt. We are suppressed and spend our time trying to figure out who we are. The most shocking thing I’ve learned concerns abuse, child abuse, animal abuse, abuse to every living creature. There is a world of little Hitlers out there. Slaughterhouses, vivisection and experimenting on animals for no reason is sick. Luckily younger people are becoming more aware.“
— Linda McCartney
[http://oobujoobu.tumblr.com/post/10590341050/interview-with-linda-mccartney Interview with Linda McCartney] by Karen Fox, Diamond Hard Music Entertainment, 1989.
„I'm trying to reproduce healthily in a vegetarian way every kind of flesh there is — bacon, smoked salmon, roast meat. We're working on it. A lot of vegetarians complain that my book [Linda McCartney's Home Cooking] is meat-oriented and some of the products look like meat. For me, though, it's a matter of not just preaching — I hate to do it and it doesn't work — but helping to make the alternatives more attractive to more people. Change the eating habits and maybe you change the thinking habits. … I'm convinced that part of the reason the world is so sick is that so many people eat flesh. What are you doing but eating a slab of fear? … Look how long it took to abolish slavery. There was a time when much of the "civilized" world thought it was acceptable. And then they saw that it was wrong. I think the same thing will happen with eating animals. I have faith that the day will come when the world looks back and says, "How could we have done that?"“
— Linda McCartney
Interview from The Paul McCartney 1990 New World Tour Book; quoted in [https://www.superseventies.com/ssmccartneys.html "Paul & Linda McCartney - In Their Own Words", Super Seventies RockSite!].