I think you misunderstood my comment, I didn't mean that the medicine could prolong my life in a comfortable way if I were to get seriously ill. I merely meant that the living standart in Switzerland is high, and against "normal" illnesses there are plenty of methods in order to heal somebody. I meant that, assuming that I do not suffer from an illness in the near future, I'll most likely live a relatively long life just purely by looking at the average live expectancy of someone in my country. The average is 83.4 years old, the second highest in the world according to Wikipedia. If I get 83.4 years old, for which the odds are over 50% since I'm young and by that time it will have increased most likely, I can tell you that I will have lived for long enough. I don't even want to live for a super long amount of time, all I want is to perhaps live a live with a job of my choice. I'm not concerned about my health, BUT I'm aware of the risk. That's a tiny but very important difference when distinguishing between those who are uninformed and those who are informed, but have their reasons to keep on eating meat. Don't forget, a reason's always a reason, you might think it's stupid, and it can be stupid, but consider the reason before labelling them as deluded.
You probably can't understand me, I don't find the risks of eating meat for my health particularly frightening. Simply put, if I were to stop eating meat, it would happen under the conditions and with the reasons I stated above. You can't really argue against that, except for saying that perhaps I don't take enough care of myself, to which I can only say it's my problem, my health is my concern. I'm very aware of reality, more so than a lot of other people, but if you want to argue against me, you shouldn't be using health as an argument since that will not change my mind, because as I said my health is my concern. The real problem isn't the health (atleast not for me, though it's different for others), no the real problem in my opinion the effects it has on the environment, to which I unfortunately can just mostly agree with you. As I said, if there's enough replacement for meat, sure, I don't need real meat for the sake of it being real meat, I'm already eating a lot of spaghetti for example, way more than I eat meat. I just can't seem to get accustomed with vegetables for now, though I wouldn't even mind only eating spaghetti instead of meat (that's not possible though).
I don't mind you telling other people about the risks of eating meat. I am somewhat aware of them myself. The only problem I have is that, as soon as someone disagrees with you, you judge them by saying that they're "brainwashed" or "living in a fantasy". Just cut that dude, frankly you do not know anything about me in person, nor my intelligence, nor my capability to conceive reality. You'll always be biased, as I myself will also always be biased, but I'm trying to see this form your perspective aswell, I'm trying to look at the situation within a combination of my own view and the possibilities of other views. If you can't accept my opinion, and the fact, that there are meat-eaters who are aware of what they're doing and who have a reason other than it being tasty, and insteand you're going to keep calling them/me out, then I can't take you serious, because if you push your opinions and even your facts into the extreme case, in which every meat eater is deluded, just means being deluded yourself, because you would not be having an objective view yourself. By the way, I'm not saying that's the case, I'm saying that this were the case if the above mentioned were to be true.
Anyways, keep doing what you're doing, the world certainly needs to be informed about some of the conditions. But if they want to keep on eating meat while being informed, that's their business. If someone's informed and does not want to give up their style of living, then that's their choice, and I can already tell you that you won't be able to convince them, just like you couldn't convince me (although it's not as though I don't accept what you're saying, I just find it difficult as long as there aren't more replacements for meat).
Hope this was readable, it's 1 AM in my country so my English might turn into overcomplicated nonsense. I don't really want to argue further, because unless you want to prove me being deluded, I don't really have to say more, since my most important points as to why I've commented in the first place, together with the explanation of the implication of this first comment are located in this very comment.