A thought for December

1891215_543386635780474_748032105_nThe festive season is a time that we traditionally associate with love and joy and peace and giving.

We do not talk of the unspeakable harm we cause to vulnerable individuals, of needlessly and forcibly taking every single thing from them, of the orgy of killing and the rivers of blood from their unnecessary deaths. We never mention our callous violence towards the helpless and innocent who are begging for their lives in the slaughterhouses and laboratories at this very moment; the anguished mothers and their babies crying out for the comfort of each other as we pitilessly destroy their lives.

If we are not vegan, then this festive season, let’s be honest with ourselves and see our festive fantasy for the sham it is.

Once we recognise that there can be no true peace in our hearts or in the world until the violence stops, becoming vegan is the only thing that makes any sense.

Be vegan.

Find out here:
– about veganism: http://www.vegankit.com/
https://goveganworld.com/why-vegan/
– about sentience: http://wp.me/p4TmPw-z
– about dairy: http://wp.me/p4TmPw-iS
– about eggs: http://wp.me/p4TmPw-n6
– about health: http://wp.me/p4TmPw-r

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4 Responses to A thought for December

  1. Nancy Correa says:

    All major religions claim to be peaceful in theory but violent in praxis, particularly for nonhuman animals.

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  2. cushpigsmum says:

    How the message of Christmas is tainted with all this blood and the destruction of the Earth. Christians should hang their heads in shame before their God.

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  3. cushpigsmum says:

    Reblogged this on iliketowritewhatithink and commented:
    ” In order to confine and kill animals for food we must repress our natural compassion” Dr Will Tuttle

    Like

  4. allangilmour says:

    A nice eye-opener and wake-up call for those who decide to conveniently, habitually avoid reality. Simply desiring for peace on earth and at the same time, remaining blind to our actions and surroundings is simply, not enough.
    Kind regards from my two furry friends and myself over at our “Gilmours Nice Place” blog. 🙂

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