Thomas, this poor little calf was no more than a day or two old when I met him laying there in his veal hut. His crime was being born male on a dairy farm. I wanted to grab him in my arms and run as fast as I could to the car. He was so sweet and innocent. In a just world, he would have been at his mother's side. But, instead, Thomas's mother's milk was to be stolen for humans and Thomas condemned to a short life or some other form of slavery that would make him profitable to the Perrydell Farm in York, PA. He is a symbol of why veganism is the only true form of social justice. True social justice leaves no victims behind. Available in the store section now!
In blended families, the father should be able to kill the children of his new wife. Why? Obviously, because that's how lions roll. And as we all know, basing decisions on how lions behave is what should guide human behavior.
I am willing to risk my freedom for the liberation of animals. Social justice never comes without sacrifice. But, only when a few thousand of us are willing to risk our freedom can the system finally be disrupted enough to force change. That day is fast approaching when we all have to decide how much we are willing to give to this cause. I want to leave a world for future generations that won't require compassionate people to miserably suffer through a world filled with injustice.
Roxanne Catlandia Kirtright of the North Carolina Farmed Animal Save was out today and took this photo of this pig in his final moment before execution. We must work harder. And we can start by supporting her efforts to raise awareness. Also, she is fund raising to help 5 sanctuaries in North Carolina. Today's focus is Ziggy's Refuge. Please donate as little as $2 and make a huge impact on the life of animals! https://www.youcaring.com/5animalsanctuariesinncsc-828402
How can the life of one living sentient being be the property of another? Watching the DxE video where they did an open rescue in San Francisco and people are whining on the news clip that by rescuing the chickens DxE is violating someone's property rights. It is embarrassing to the people ignorant enough to believe that it is okay to own a life.
Slavery is still alive and well, we've just changed the species of the victims. This is 2017, but we are just as barbaric as the Romans were joyfully watching people being torn to shreds by lions. Legally, yes, people have a right to own animal slaves. Morally, animal rights activists have the right to do anything necessary to free animals from these situations should the enslavers refuse to rescind their claim to own a living being. The life of the human denying justice to those animals is not more valuable than the animals whose life he takes. Those involved in animal agriculture have put themselves at war with justice. They cannot ask protection from justice by saying what they are doing is legal. In a society where the laws fail to protect the innocent, those laws must not (I repeat MUST NOT) be followed! Until every cage is empty, no quarter should be given to the enemies of justice who stand in the way of complete liberation!
Fine dairy industry, we'll call our milk 'the rape-free calcium source alternative to the milk from abused cows' drink