Thought of the Day. Banning Animal Ownership. December 2, 2016

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Today’s Thought:

Banning the ownership of animals would eliminate 99% of the horrors humans inflict upon animals. If animals were not owned, they could not be enslaved or exploited. The Animal Holocaust is the direct result of animal ownership. If people could not own cattle, lambs, pigs, and chickens, there would be no factory farms, no feedlots, no slaughterhouses.

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Thought of the Day. Banning Animal Ownership. December 2, 2016

  1. Absolutely correct. So what can we do about it? The animals are powerless and cannot donate, vote, or protest. Human beings are benefitting from their helplessness (shame on us!). But human beings are not likely to give up their advantage and seek the moral high ground. PETA has been denying the right of humans to own and exploit other animals from its inception, and that has earned the hatred of a lot of people who disagree and fear the consequences if people should start to believe that PETA is right.

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  2. Right. Animals as things that we own- that is the problem. But not only that. That we look at animals, even as living beings with their own interests, won’t stop the cruelty of hunting, entertainment, and vivisection.

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    • Animals in entertainment and those used in vivisection require the legal fiction that animals are property so humans can enslave, torture, and murder them. Hunting requires the legal fiction that non-humans have no tight to live.

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