Re: nimal rights???????
- First, I never said we are the same. However we
do have similarities.<br><br>many people believe
animals live for their own reasons. they want to raise
families as we do. they want to have strong mother/child
bonds as we do. they want to live full lives as we do.
we believe there is no ETHICAL justification for
locking them up in cages and depriving them of their true
lives just because they are an arbitrary species. We
eat tuna, but save dolphins. We eat cattle, but not
lions. The arbitrary way we do this is illogical and so
it must come down to some historical precedent. This
however is also no argument, since by this reasoning we
would still burn witches, keep slaves and eat our
enemies.<br><br>So, what is the ethical justification for depriving
animals of their freedom, breeding them into
monstrosities, diddling with their DNA, and then killing them?
And for what? So that humans go to an early grave?
The complete lack of logic in all this is crass
stupidity and is an indelible blemish on the character of
- Hi Colleen,
> Am I still basically considered a meat eater even though Irarely eat meat? I eat more chicken and turkey then red meat. Colleen
Technically yes. I don't really care myself. You'll never catch me
jumping you for eating, period! But since Praf's opinion is that
anyone of us could in theory be a cow, or chx, or turk then yes, you
are still a murdering flesh eater!