Thought Of The Day. February 13, 2016

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Today’s Thought:

The best scenario for animals would be human extinction, not merely human population reduction. Human extinction may absolve us of the responsibility to act, but that is a long way off. The next best thing for the animals, short of the disappearance of humans, is to fundamentally change human society. The establishment of socialism around the world would mean a drastic reduction in the amount of animal enslavement, torture, and murder. Not because socialism is disposed toward animal rights, or even animal welfare, but because a reduction in animal murder is a by-product of socialist economics. Socialist societies murder and consume half the animals per capita as do capitalist societies. Were socialism to be adopted around the world, the current 60 billion victims of slaughterhouses would drop to 30 billion. To put that into perspective, the worldwide animal movement saves about a million animals each year. Socialism would save 30,000 TIMES THAT NUMBER, each year!
If this information were known to most animal activists, the animal movement would become a revolutionary socialist movement overnight.



Author’s Notes:

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One thought on “Thought Of The Day. February 13, 2016

  1. Animal rights, to be effective, must not be a single issue campaign. So many I know who care deeply about animal issues know nothing about politics and excuse themselves from learning or voting. We have the opportunity in 2016 to fundamentlly alter American politics, and therefore raise the bar on animal issues. But only if we step up and get involved. The first step is to volunteer in the Sanders movement/campaign. He brings the progressive party with him. Imagine Sanders, Warren, liberal supreme court appointees, liberalizing the house and senate. Join the revolution. Its our best shot.


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