Thought of the Day. Growing the Animal Movement One Leftist at a Time. May 24, 2017

Instead of merely posting status updates on Facebook, I am now also posting each apothegm, thought, observation, and witticism, here, as a Thought of the Day.
Status updates on Facebook disappear into the ether and cannot be relocated by readers.
Before you leave, please take a moment to follow this blog by clicking on Follow in the upper right sidebar.
Readers are welcome to contribute thoughts, apothegms, observations, and witticisms. Attribution will be given for any we publish. Send an email to rolandvincent@yahoo.com with the subject Submission

Today’s Thought:


Engaging liberals, progressives, democratic socialists, and Marxists, is the most logical way to grow the animal movement.

Those on the political left are more likely to empathize with the plights of animals, as they are already concerned with the plights of oppressed people.

I joined some 50 left wing groups on Facebook and regularly post links to my blog, Armory of the Revolution, on each of them. Rather than posting drive-by links, I attempt to engage my audiences with provocative introductions and thoughtful commentaries. And I always keep in mind that it will take a great deal of interaction before winning people to the cause.

 

 

 

I am unaware of any other blog with the Armory’s mission of radicalizing the animal movement. I certainly hope I am not alone, and that there are similar sentiments being expressed by comrades unknown to me.

If you know of other blogs dedicated to animal rights and the defeat of capitalism, please comment with a link.

• Be sure to follow the Armory and share it with your Facebook friends and email contacts, as well as on Twitter, Google, and all other social media platforms. Our influence and effectiveness is dependent upon you!

Natasha Sainsbury, of Good Karma Graphic Design, has joined Armory of the Revolution as Editor, and is responsible for the transformation of the blog’s appearance. Visit and follow her blog V Kind.

If you are not already subscribed to the Armory, please do so before you leave.

There’s a button to Follow us in the upper right sidebar.

• Be sure to visit Armory of the Revolution’s new commissary and bookstore: The Supply Depot

You will find recommended reading on Animal Rights, revolutionary theory, politics, economics, religion, science, and atheism. There is also a section of supplies for animal liberationists, hunt saboteurs, and social revolutionaries. This is all brand new, and we will be adding lots more merchandise in the near future!

Feel free to comment. I encourage open discussion and welcome other opinions. I moderate comments because this blog has been attacked by hunters and right wing trolls. I approve comments that are critical as well as those which agree with me. Comments that I will not tolerate are those that are spam, threatening, disrespectful, or which promote animal abuse and cruelty.

If you support the Amory’s work and mission, please help us grow.

Just $3 per month will allow us to advertise!

Advertisements

11 thoughts on “Thought of the Day. Growing the Animal Movement One Leftist at a Time. May 24, 2017

  1. You do realize that only someone who is a hypocrite, a poseur, or is incredibly stupid ostensibly cares about the human underclass while ignoring the infinitely more miserable plight of non-human animals? In fact, it is this, more than anything else, that undermines the legitimacy of the political left.

    Just out of curiosity, how many hair-on-fire “progressives” have you converted?

    Liked by 1 person

    • I agree. Socialism and progressive agenda is to help the poor not the animals. These two goals often are at odds. According to the progressives, all 7.5 billion people deserve a nice life. The resources for the nice life has to come from somewhere. And one other nasty reality is that the number of poor people keeps increasing, not because the rich keep taking more, but because the poor keep having bigger and bigger families.

      Like

      • Voluntary extinction worked with my family. My parents had four children and none of us wanted offspring. My parents have gone to the promised land and we will soon follow. That leaves zero of us. It is downright refreshing. But it takes awhile to wait for the Grim Reaper to make a house call. So yes we need some quickening around here.

        Like

    • For example, I won’t name names, but there is a particular person who is leading a particular cause that I support, but the concept of animal rights goes right over his head. Also, I didn’t say anything, but the fact that he has a beer belly undermines the cause in my opinion. If he was vegan with flat abs like myself, I think he could do even better.

      Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s