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March 21, 2005



I know this is a serious subject, but all I can think about right now is Robby Benson. And I haven't thought about him in a good 30 years.

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Well done hellhound.
Pythagoras said, in the sixth century B.C., "As long as man continues to be the ruthless destroyer of lower living beings, he will never know health or peace. For as long as men massacre animals, they will kill each other."
Dr. Edward Mayhew (1813-1868) followed suit: "What is the use of this fuss about morality when the issue only involves a horse?" The first and most difficult teaching of civilization concers man's behaviour to his inferiors. Make humanity gentle or reasonable toward animals, and strife or injustice between human beings would speedily terminate."
The writer Isaac Bashevis Singer was a fervent believer in the connection of brutality to animals and brutality to humans----"as long as human beings will go on shedding the blood of animals, there will never be any peace. There is only one little step from killing animals to creating gas chambers a' la Hitler and concentration camps a' la Stalin.....all such deeds are done in the name of 'social justice.' There will be no justice as long as man will stand with a knife or with a gun and distroy those who are weaker than he is"---as was Rachel Carson: "We cannot have peace amoung men whose hearts find delight in killing any creature."
They were preceded by an early nineteenth century physician, William Lambe, and by Mohandas Gandhi, and no doublt by many other deranged nitwits, who all believed that the eradication of meat eating would promise the eradication of war.
Man is the animal perhaps most possessed by uinbridled curiosity. He has never shied from devising experiments that could only be called bizarre; some of the oddest have yielded the most enriching knowledge. It seems there is little he will not try. Except this, I think as I am on the verge of losing consciouness and hitting my head on the concrete. Execept the one that might deliver his dreams.


Thanks for the props for this article (who woulda known a rampage like that would be noticed?)/ Wow for seeing a side I didn't, and writing it so well.

Me, I'm more mundane. I think the culture of death is all about money and profits. No abortion/birth control = overpopulation = cheap labor = more profits. Yeah, in the beginning, everything seems really hunky dory because the women are pulled out of the work force to crank out the babies, but man, those kids sure do eat a lot. And they need clothes. And shoes. And a place to live. And etc. Hey, you had all those kids, you take care of them! So mom has to go back to work, anyway, driving up the people competing for jobs and driving down the wages. Fast. And, by then, all those kids are grown and needing jobs. And we're right where the dark side wants us to be.

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