I have been researching the different reasons for supporting animal rights and I’ve come across a lot of good ones. However, it seems like animal rights groups like PETA wants all animals to be liberated including animals used for food, clothing, research, breeding, and entertainment. Several times these organizations have said how there are SO many animals being affected. But if this is true, then what would happen to the animals if they were liberated? For instance, if animal research was banned, then what would happen to those millions of animals? There wouldn’t be enough homes for them live in, so truthfully, is complete animal liberation even possible?
1864 – Black people were slaves in this country.
1953 – They were treated as lowly beings who had to sit at the back of the bus and drink from separate fountains.
2013 – Just 60 years later we have a black president.
Complete animal liberation is possible and it will happen.
The harder we work, the sooner it will happen.
We live in a world where we are still fighting against sexism, racism, slavery, and poverty so a completely liberated world may not be possible, but we should still try to minimize it as much as possible.
No, I don’t think everyone would truly do that. There are way too many people in the world, and we can’t exactly make sure they are kind to animals. However, that doesn’t mean we can change people’s minds about animal liberation. Many people just plain don’t realize the pain that animals go through to bring us such ordinary things like steak, ribs, and others.
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All animal emergencies (injured, stray, neglected, abused, etc) should be reported to our Emergency Response Team, not posted on the Boards.