onsdag 28 november 2012

Animals, herbivores, A God of love doesn't want any animal to suffer

I don't believe in a God that is pleasured by the suffering and death of any sentient being. I believe in a God that loves all conscious beings and takes care of them all!
I don’t believe in a God that is pleasured by the fox killing a rabbit; neither in a God that is pleasured in the snake killing a human, or a human killing a cow.
A God that endorses suffering, violence and death to innocent sentient beings (including all animal species) –that all are an integral part of the slaughter-industry – is a God that hasn’t love and compassion. I don’t believe in a God that in a “holy” book is endorsing his followers to kill other sentient beings. On the contrary, I think that such statements are written by people not grasping the Will of our Compassionate and Loving Creator.

I believe that our purpose – and all other animal’s purpose – on this planet are to live peacefully with each other and without hurting each other.
Certainly there are animals that are not doing this; and the human, who is a herbivore, is manufacturing weapons and nets to put other individuals to suffering, just to satisfy a meat-craving.

"And when I say 'empathy', what I'm saying is: place yourself in the position of the animals, and start to view this issue from the animals' point of view. From the victims' point of view. When you examine any form of injustice, whether humans are victims or animals are victims, please remember the victim's point of view."

"If you are not the victim, don't examine it entirely from your point of view because when YOU'RE not the victim, it becomes pretty easy to rationalize and excuse cruelty, injustice, inequality, slavery, and even murder. But when you're the victim, things look a lot differently from that angle." [Quote: Gary Yourofsky ]

You wrote: “I am agree to animal abuse and cruelty like cutting some of their body parts is really not ok. They should also live natural life.”
How can it ever be natural to be slaughtered???
Virtually no animal is living a “natural life” before slaughter either.

Please watch this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=es6U00LMmC4

The statement about medicine is not incorrect. Eating meat is a danger for the human health. Please study through the research referenced at this website: www.drfuhrman.com
Also this research: http://www.thechinastudy.com/

Finally for your last argument,
The sole reason that the animal population is growing so fast, is because of the increased meat-eating that humans partake in.
E.g. lots of cows are forcefully inseminated each year to have calves; and then when they have been so mistreated that the industry doesn’t count them as viable anymore, they are slaughtered.
There are humane ways of limiting the future animal population in a way that doesn’t involve the killing of innocent sentient beings.

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