• Is Complete Animal Liberation Possible?

    Profile photo of NEnglish1

    Over a year ago

    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?

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  • Profile photo of nomeatnodairynoprob1em

    Over a year ago

    “If people won’t ever stop killing each other, no way in hell we’ll stop killing animals.”

    If people won’t ever stop killing animals, no way in hell we’ll stop killing each other.

    fixed it for ya 😉

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  • Profile photo of keepTHEfaith

    Over a year ago

    Well, Animal Liberation certain isn’t going to happen over night. More and more are people begin to realize that its unnecessary for us to use animals for food, clothing, tests etc. so that means not as many animals are being killed each year. When the day comes that all animals are liberated, I think that there will be very few left in slaughter houses, fur farms and labs to liberate because people will come to their senses and choose compassion. So, yes, I think complete animal liberation is very possible, but it will take time and effort 🙂

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