So I was ranting my opinion about animal abuse and child abuse. And an anonymous response.

Just a thought, a common sense.

So if you are against child abuse and abortion… Then why do you think it’s OK to slaughter a cow or a pig for food?
Amazing how the human mind has become completely brainwashed with chemicals, MSG.

No creature should be in captivity, slaughter, or become extinct. 


Remember, all creatures feel pain. And yes, have souls as well. Their eyes are NOT a black hole.

Do your part and start thinking about going on a vegetarian or vegan diet. Or attempt to try for 30 days. Do research and see what it can do to this planet and your own health. <3 Be kind to all.

Anonymous: I do not mean to shit all over your life style and opinion at all I just don't understand the whole "I'm saving animals thing" with some vegans. I get The health aspect of it and would totally try if I had the will power, but I really don't think going vegan saves any animals, it's not like companies go "oh today 20 more people went vegan, go let 20 pigs free now!" I don't know, could you explain it in a way that would make sense to me?

My responseI don't understand how you don't think going Vegan doesn't save animals.. 
If I were you, without question, watch a documentary called "Vegucated"
You can find it on Netflix. Or type it in a search engine of your choice.
THEN when you are done watching, you may let me know what you think.

If you decide not to, then that is your fault for not giving a fuck about life.

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Comment by Chris Tan on December 19, 2013 at 10:47am

Being questioned by and omni or carnivore can be challenging. The facts will always speak for themselves though. As I do not recall all the facts and/or the details within the fact I quite often have to search for the references.  It looks like anonymous wants to find out the fact yet the premise "going vegan saves (any) animals" to the conclusion ""oh today 20 more people went vegan, go let 20 pigs free now!" has no relationship. The omni/carnivore has not "made the connection" between violence and what they ingest and the justifying of the violence is usually supported through rationalization. eg: We've always eaten meat, the animals were put on earth to eat, everyone else does it etc. This rationalization produces detachment and consequent justification. The mind, being satisfied with it's conclusion continues to support the violence and finds comfort in everyone else doing it.

I don't think anonymous doesn't "give a fuck " about life. It seems to be more a case of not knowing, not "making the connection" and anonymous, in asking questions appears to want to find out.

The fact is that being truly vegan ceases to support the systematic slaughter of other beings; being which would otherwise be free to live their lives. The end.

When questioned by a non-vegan or anyone for that matter, it is important to reply in a calm and factual manner, not attack their habits but present facts. For example:

A response to 60 comments vegans hear from non-vegans

http://thevegantruth.blogspot.com.au/2012/02/response-to-typical-co...

Gary Yourofsky speaks to students. This is a good video for omni/carnivores and vegetarian/vegans alike. : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=es6U00LMmC4

"Selective compassion is no compassion at all"


 

Comment by Tyler Meurer on December 20, 2013 at 7:54am

people have no respect for what we try to do. we try to make the world a better place. and people just trash on us

Comment by Samantha Haycraft on December 20, 2013 at 9:20am
It's complicated living and working with people that don't clearly understand why I am doing this. This goes for for health and animals.
But I keep reminding myself that I know what I am doing, and I am doing it right <3 :)
Comment by Tyler Meurer on December 20, 2013 at 9:25am

keep it up!!! never give up!! :) <3

Comment by Erika Davis on December 20, 2013 at 1:20pm

That really makes no sense. Supply and demand= the less people that eat animals, the less that will be slaughtered. I would think even a third grader could comprehend this, but I guess this genius doesn't.

Comment by Samantha Haycraft on December 23, 2013 at 12:13am

Tyler, Thanks! I won't and I never plan on giving up! 

Erika, I know right? It saddens me when I met people like this. Anonymous or not.. I even tried to explain this to my dad and he pretty much agrees with this person. The more meat you cut out of your diet, the less they have to sell to stores. And the less animals they have to slaughter for production. 

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