Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Darwin hides his banana, but Warwak finds it anyway

Darwin saw the future and it was vegan.

“As man advances in civilization, and small tribes are united into larger communities, the simplest reason would tell each individual that he ought to extend his social instincts and sympathies to all the members of the same nation, though personally unknown to him. This point being once reached, there is only an artificial barrier to prevent his sympathies extending to the men of all nations and races. If, indeed, such men are separated from him by great differences in appearance or habits, experience unfortunately shows us how long it is, before we look at them as our fellow-creatures. Sympathy beyond the confines of man, that is, humanity to the lower animals, seems to be one of the latest moral acquisitions. It is apparently unfelt by savages, except towards their pets. How little the old Romans knew of it is shown by their abhorrent gladiatorial exhibitions. The very idea of humanity, as far as I could observe, was new to most of the Gauchos of the Pampas. This virtue, one of the noblest with which man is endowed, seems to arise incidentally from our sympathies becoming more tender and more widely diffused, until they are extended to all sentient beings. As soon as this virtue is honored and practiced by some few men, it spreads through instruction and example to the young, and eventually becomes incorporated in public opinion” Darwin

I love that he mentions what savages corpse munchers really are ... except to their pets .... bwahhaaha! And his descriptive use of words in, "abhorrent gladiatorial exhibitions" screams modern-day rodeos and circuses.

Hmmm ... Darwin and Warwak are on the same page, especially in his mention of schools setting an example for the young. We see this as the only way things will ever change. Too bad for everyone, schools hide/avoid veganism - just as society does. Change will never happen until veganism is in schools. You can argue with adult brainwashed pus-chugging, runny menstrual slurping corpse-munchers until you are blue in the face and maybe convert one here and there; but remember this, a corpse-muncher is born every 10 seconds in the USA. The only way to keep pace is on an institutional level = schools. Everyone goes through school (except home-schooled corpse-munchers). Humane Education reinforced with a vegan school lunch will create a generation that cares enough to save themselves and Earth.

Here we have the answers to most of the world's problems in one short writing; and herein is Warwak’s question: If the welfarists are wrong and veganism doesn’t deliver itself, who will deliver veganism?

No revolution was ever comfortable. Schools are the real battleground. All the foodies should join their local PTO and arrange for vegan baked goods and start pressing for vegan school lunches in grassroots efforts in your community. Vegan teachers need to press for Humane Education in their lessons, even if their administration fears crippled lunch sales. Confront your local school board of education. Stop avoiding children. Impressionable (brain-washable) young people deserve the truth and if you are not honest with every child you meet, you are complicit in the lie. Silence is complicity, as is tolerance.

Short must-see-video to make connections between children and animals

Bookmark and Share Add to Technorati Favorites

1 comment: