Sunday, July 5, 2009

Random disconnected vegan thoughts and photos of Obama feeding his corpse-hole

"I found one day in school a boy of medium size ill-treating a smaller boy. I expostulated, but he replied: 'The bigs hit me, so I hit the babies; that's fair.' In these words he epitomized the history of the human race" Bertrand Russell

“Yet what is far more remarkable is that out of the thousands of leading writers and researchers in the physical sciences, human sciences, and humanities over the last hundred years, virtually no one has produced a sentence on the subject! These great minds were among the most innovative and courageous of their time, willing to risk controversy and daring to offer the world many new ideas in sociology and social theory, psychology, philosophy, systems theory, science, economics, history, government, anthropology, theology, comparative religion, and spirituality. How could something so central and obvious to our lives and thinking—our treatment of animals for food—go ignored by—and invisible to—so many for so long? It’s eerie to contemplate the mountains of books, articles, essays, lectures, and documentaries produced by and about the great minds of modernity—and to realize how unmentionable this subject is. The idea that our routine violence against animals for food could be a primary driving force behind human suffering and war has managed to remain virtually completely unthinkable to this day. Even the more radical and contemporary voices have been unwilling or unable to seriously address this subject, as have virtually all the current writers and leaders in the human potential, spiritual, environmental, social justice, holistic health, and peace movements” Dr Will Tuttle

“One of the most dangerous things that can happen to a child is to kill or torture an animal and get away with it” Margaret Mead

Forget about getting away with it. Obama embraces torture and murder with each miserable meal. “You have just dined, and however scrupulously the slaughterhouse is concealed in the graceful distance of miles, there is complicity” Ralph Waldo Emerson

History cares not of pride, nor conformists, only to a gasp at how primitive they must have been; where as, we always remember those who are able to change with great reverence, for they put aside pride and refused to conform to evil.

How can you expect God above to be merciful, when those below you are just food?

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1 comment:

  1. I've heard it since the beginning: "Don't talk about politics or religion in mixed company"... What a lie!

    I know the biggest secret no one talks about... or wishes to be mentioned. The one that will immediately outcast you as "odd" or worse, ostracized as a "threat".

    Break the silence about animals and "meat" -- now that's a social challenge whose time is long overdue!