douchebag watson wrote:
You really are a piece of work. First you call me a terrorist
although I have never hurt anyone nor do I commit violence to
animals, and then when I suggest that your threat to break a crab in
half while alive is a terrorist act, you get all righteous and ask me
if I understand what a terrorist is? Then you accuse me of throwing
that word around loosely as if you did not.
You seem to think it's just find to make unfounded accusations of
terrorism against me and then you get offended when I retaliate in
kind, which I did so purposely to illustrate the ridiculousness of
I have no problem with bears or sharks but I do have a problem
with your 5 week old kitten. Domestic housecats are presently
consuming more tuna than all the world's seals put together. Tuna is
not a natural food for a housecat and in fact it has adverse health
effects for cats so yes I am against your housecat eating tuna.
I would have nothing against you eating meat if you ate meat in
the same manner that bears and sharks do. I've never heard of a bear
packing chickens into tiny cages, cutting off their beaks and forcing
them to live in their own shit. I've never heard of a bear raising
salmon in pens, depriving them of their freedom and shooting them
full of hormones. I've never heard of a bear filling up a sack with
crabs, throwing it into a truck and then tossing them into boiling
water. I've never heard of a bear that is participating in the mass
genocide of other bears or laying waste to the environment or causing
There are not enough fish and crabs in the ocean to continue to
feed the ever expanding populations of humans. I don't see bears or
wolves breeding out of control. This is not the natural behaviour of
predators. It is the natural behaviour of parasites.
Bears and sharks are meat eaters. Humans are not. When was
the last time you pounced on an animal and brought it down and ate it
raw. Never. Some humans who call themselves meat eaters are in fact
carrion eaters. They eat dead putrefied flesh. A better comparison
would be with vultures or maggots. Some of the meat you eat has been
dead and decaying for months. Predators perform a valuable service
within eco-systems. Humans do not. Six billion dead carcass eaters
who have to unnaturally mass produce other animals to slaughter so
that they can eat their dead decaying flesh.
When a real predator attacks prey, a combination of adrenaline
and shock alleviates pain in the prey. The prey are usually animals
that have lived free lives and prey and predator are partners in an
ecological cycle. Humans raise their animals in horrific conditions
and deprive them of their liberty. They then slaughter them in
Auschwitz type death camps with no respect and without any emotion.
Yes nature is cruel but humans are more cruel. We have set
ourselves above nature and act like all life is meant to be
sacrificed for our good.
I have no problem with humans eating meat if they live in a
hunting gathering life style where they are a part of an eco-system.
However when humans choose to separate themselves from an eco-system
and then begin to destroy these eco-systems the only remedy is to
work towards a shallower ecological footstep.
The production of animals for food is one of the greatest sources
of water and land waste in the world. It is a major source of
pollution. For example the ground water of the entire state of North
Carolina has been contaminated by hog farms. World fisheries are
collapsing because we have raped the oceans and removed life faster
than it can regenerate. There is only 2% of the North Atlantic cod
species left. We have diminished Orange roughy, Patagonia sea bass,
and Bluefin tuna to near extinction.
But to get back to the original argument. What part of PREVENTION
OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS are you not getting? I have asked you this
before but you have chosen to ignore me. We were opposing the blatant
hypocrisy of an organization claiming to prevent cruelty while at the
same time inflicting cruelty. If you want to be a callous and cruel
individual by boiling a crab alive, that is your choice. However the
SPCA should know better. This was not about you eating crabs or not
eating crabs it was about the SPCA violating one of their primary
objective which is to prevent cruelty to animals.
I'm probably wasting my time because you hear what you want to
hear and see what you want to see and you like so many other humans
quickly rationalize your own cruelty and cannot bear to have this
cruelty exposed. That is why you are so indignant with me, I'm
confronting you with a contradiction you don't wish to see. I am
exposing a truth you simply wish to willfully deny.
The fact is that our objective has been achieved. The Prince
Rupert Chapter of the SPCA has cancelled the event. It was a victory
for the animals against hypocrisy. All your silly accusations will
not change the fact that we achieved what we intended. End of story.
If you have any more anthropocentric pontificating please feel
free to write back. I do enjoy debating with people like you. It
gives me an insight into how humans justify cruelty, abuse and
I see a nazi reference, you know what this means?