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The Future of Animal Rights
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The Future of Animal Rights

"150 years ago, Americans would have thought you were absurd if you advocated for the end of slavery. 100 years ago, they would have laughed at you for suggesting that women should have the right to vote. 50 years ago, they would have loudly objected at the idea of African Americans receiving equal rights under the law. They laugh at us now for suggesting that animal slavery be ended. Some day they won’t be laughing."

 

You are born, you open your eyes for the first time to what seems to be a beautiful world. Your mother nourishes you and cares for while you grow and shows you unconditional love. Why are humans the only ones allowed to be given this natural right? How can anyone live with themselves knowing they are feeding on the corpse of an animal, a living being who once had a mother, a family...a future. When people meet vegans they find it very offensive when their deathly habits are questioned. They are unable to confront the truth, they then become uncomftrable and express their anger toward the one who opened their eyes. A sense of mercy and compassion fills their mind and begins a thought process, giving a thought to the fallen victims, the beautiful animals. Veganism and animal rights has really been on the rise lately! I am happy to say many people are being informed of what goes on behind those slaughter house walls and in 10 years things will be different, I can already see a plummet in animal products since 2000.

We have one thing in common with animals that will never change. We all cherish life, we all want to live. Animal rights, not later, not tomorrow, today, right now! Please.

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  1. Veganara
    Veganara
    Voted. Great blog, 100% agree.
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    1. Daniel Shtarkman
      Thank you :)
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  2. Julie Sinclair
    Julie Sinclair
    Mr Daniel this is such a wonderful blog you have created here. I am so happy to read this and I agree we need to start now. Thank you for sharing and if you have a free moment stop on by to say hi. I am very happy to meet you and wish to read more of your wonderful words. Thank you so much Julie Sinclair.
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    1. Daniel Shtarkman
      Thank you :)
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