Presenting a logical argument, and arguing for that our love, compassion and nonviolence must extend to all living beings is not being “passive aggressive”.
Standing for Ahimsa (non-violence and compassion to all living beings) requires us standing up against
injustices and violence against other sentient beings, regardless if
they happen to be humans, fish, cats, dogs or of any other species.
Standing silent only perpetuates the status quo of injustices, violence
and slavery perpetuated on a massive scale against innocent sentient
beings; and makes the bystander guilty for not standing up and defending
the defenseless and oppressed.
a spiritual awakening to the so simple fact that all beings are
consciousness (fish, dogs, cats, humans and all other beings) and that
all equally has the same right to live as humans, and that all should be
treated with love, compassion and nonviolence, will transform our
violent culture that is so filled of injustices, oppression, slavery and
I recommend this article: http://www.abolitionistapproach.com/the-religion-of-non-violence/#.UY6v48pafh4