However, the Dolphins are free, until this point, and it IS an very ancient custom, that has no profit as such with it, the whole animal is eaten.
Do you like chicken?
How about these ones farmed for your supermarket being beaten by metal rods?
Like Beef, ever seen a real branding being done on the beef you eat in the USA today?
Did you know you eat cancerous and Puss filled meat?
Its legal to happen in the USA?
How about skinned alive in the USA cows, with no aneasthetic?
All of this happens and more, come and meet your meat:
So a Big Mac is OK, but if you see photos of blood people get annoyed?
This one Thing gets me annoyed the hypocripsy,
OVER 99.99% OF MEAT PRODUCTION AND KILLING IS WAY MORE CRUEL THAN THOSE PHOTO'S YOU SHOW.
NO pain killers here, want to see real cruelty?
Ever seen an animal go insane due to how they are kept?
It's all wrong so anyone who complains about's a long tradition where all the animals are 100% free range, killed the same as factory food like the
dolphins should take a long hard look in the mirror, their plate next time they eat, and their addictions and choices.
Yep stop the couple of hundred dolphins a year being killed, but also the hundred of MILLIONS housed, treated and kept inhumanely in the entire world
then slaughtered insometmes less humane ways than the dolphins.
Not surprising since we can't even treat people with the respect they deserve. It stems from a lack of care for fellow humans. I'm not too
saddened by this though, humans have suffered far more.
Concerning meat for food, I'm far less concerned about how they're treated compared to what they put in the meat as far as chemicals. I'd much
rather eat an abused organic chicken than a five star hotel chicken that is fed and injected with some crap a chemist cooked up in his lab, which
happens to be in an underground lair....surrounded by genetically modified carnivorous rabbits.
What scares me though, is that people are more concerned about the suffering of cute, fuzzy animals, and humans that are suffering can go to hell. It
seems like the attitude of some people, I find them possessing the brain on par or slightly below that of a cow.
OMG.......are you *SNIP* serious? If there is one thing I cannot handle, it is the needless slaughter of precious creatures. How is this
acceptable? I'd honestly rather see humans being slaughtered! And everyone wonders why man is poison to this planet. Case and point.
Because any meat I kill to eat "never knows what hit it." I don't take a knife or hook and wallow around out in salt water with the animal,
hacking at it until it dies from shock and drowning.
Killing an animal is killing an animal. It doesnt matter if it's a bullet to the head or a knife to the throat.
Also i somehow doubt that you go out into the woods and kill your own dinner.
You most likely buy your dinner in supermarkets like the rest of us, and if you want to know how the supermaket delicious chikkinz end up there i
suggest you take a look at MischeviousElf's post.
You are completely missing the point.
If you are shocked and appaled by animals getting their heads bashed in, chopped of, living in cages, bound by chains, being branded without any kind
of pain relief, fed antibiotics for accelerated growth etc., and you have decided to stop supporting that by not buying and eating their meat, then
good foor you, and i commend you for it.
But if you still go to supermarkets to buy that same meat for your dinner, you should stfu.
[not exactly related to the slaughtering of dolphins, but still]
I eat meat and I'm aware of how it's produced.
It may be sad but humans have done this for thousands years, just on a smaller scale in the past, and despite what vegans and vegetarians may say,
meat is needed too for a balanced diet.
The only concern I have with industrial meat production is that it's very polluting in many ways. To reduce pollution, but also unnecessary suffering
of the animals, we really should reduce meat consumption - not to zero, because that's unreasonable - but to a fair amount.
Now the problems are "only" defining what a "fair amount" is and finding a way to encourage a reduction (again, not elimination) of meat
consumption without ruining the economy of millions of people.
well if thier eating the meat,sounds like sooner or later there will be payback from the Merc. if thier not eating it,they should be made to.
thier only other choice? face a good ole style Led Zeppelin machine
click on full screen and give it some vol for effect.
and click when door closes. sorry about the Q.
OK... Will it be up to the greatness of being Greek to do that then?
You fall in the trap set smartly for you....
Don't be a victim of the conspiracy set around you, wanting you to OBEY. You are supposed to be free. Free means i have to look beyond the boundaries
distinguishing between our countries.
We feel the same, we have same emotional fluctuations etc.
So do dolphins for the best part along with plenty other Earthlings.
Its up to all of us to judge ourselves and head the best viable way, both moraly and with respect to nature.
If you have missed it i suggest watching HOME.
Any search should yield it as a top result right now.
Because search engines don eat meat although American mostly...
As for me i do eat meat.
Plenty of it too.
The only difference being that it comes from rural areas of my island, from properly taken care of animals, free to wander around in nature, and fully
looked after. Their death is short with absence of agony, perception or even pain.
So there you have it. I am part of a sustainable cycle that respects nature and earthlings. Yes i am a meat eater and probably will keep being one.
That doesn't make me a monster. Its within natural reason.
The massacre depicted in this thread is beyond it.
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