25 thoughts on “Don’t get upset. After all, it’s what God made animals for.

  1. Not sure what connection is ark tween God and the actions by thugs. I am as much disgusted by your pic as anybody.

    So no, how I respect the plucking of a tomato is the same manner in which I respect a rabbi properly and mercifully ending the life of a lamb.

    A righteous man regards the life of a beast. Sorry you cannot see nor allow the distinction.

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      1. That’s your opinion right? I could say a man has no right to pluck a grape from an arbor to eat it- since he killed the life from the vine.

        Life comes in many surprises and packages eh?

        So who is better morally, the killer of the grape or deer?

        Seems you should be griping though about those ravenous wolves, lions, or vicious hyenas who kill so they can live another day.

        But if your pic above is the poster child for your cause, that’s a dead end street. You should actually visit a place, a farm for example, where the death of a cow is handled with all regard for life and liberty.

        I already agreed that animals killed without purpose and enacted by barbarism is in-humane. I suspect lots of readers will agree.

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        1. Seems you should be griping though about those ravenous wolves, lions, or vicious hyenas who kill so they can live another day.

          Perhaps you are on the same evolutionary timeline as wolves and hyenas?
          Most people don’t have to eat meat and certainly don’t have to butcher an animal to appease their god.

          You should actually visit a place, a farm for example, where the death of a cow is handled with all regard for life and liberty.

          That you believe this to be true demonstrates how much of an ignoramus you are.

          I already agreed that animals killed without purpose and enacted by barbarism is in-humane.

          Oh, pray (or should that be prey tell) tell, exactly what purpose are animals killed for?

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          1. Just let me say for now that you need not lower yourself to the caliber of many who charge me with utter contempt.

            You are better than that.

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          2. Then you need to educate yourself considerably more before you make such erroneous and ignorant comments.
            1:47 sec.
            ”Over 99% of farmed animals live on factory farms.”

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  2. In Kiwiland we had to import Islamics so that beasts could be properly slaughtered for export to Arabia (we needed their oil) (still do, I believe).

    Islamics stayed on, brought in their families and are ‘converting’ everyone they can. (Aaaah, religious Freedom—she can’t be beat.)

    We need more public-spirited Australians to pop over?

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  3. Hey Arkenaten!

    Just wondering… which God/god are you referring to? I think it matters, though you may disagree.

    For instance, if we’re talking about Yahweh from the Bible, there are many examples of how we ought to treat animals, ie Proverbs 12:10 (A righteous man has regard for the life of his beast.) and the end of Jonah where God indicates that one of the reasons he didn’t want to destroy Ninevah was *because* of the animals that were in the city.

    Anyway, I’m looking forward to looking through your blog!

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    1. The photograph is taking from an Eid festival, I understand, so one can assume the god in question is the Abrahamic god, Yahweh.

      The post is to illustrate the barbarism of killing and eating animals.
      In this day and age, in the main, there is really no justification for slaughtering and eating other animals.

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  4. I’d never heard of the Eid festival, so I looked it up really quick… it’s a Muslim festival, right? Muslims worship Allah, not Yahweh. The two are definitely distinct according to the teachings of the respective religions.

    As for killing and eating animals, I agree that in this day and age in the West, you can 100% avoid the practice if if you find it distasteful. We have chicken farms around where I live… ugh.

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  5. Allah is Mono-personal while Yahweh is Tri-personal.
    Allah has no son. Jesus is the Son of God.
    Allah only loves those who love him. Yahweh came to Earth to die for those who hate Him.

    Pretty different…

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      1. There is no God but Allah and Mohammad is His prophet. To believe otherwise is to be condemned for all eternity to banishment and Hell. From the Quran: Quran (9:30): “And the Jews say: Ezra is the son of Allah; and the Christians say: The Messiah is the son of Allah; these are the words of their mouths; they imitate the saying of those who disbelieved before; may Allah destroy them; how they are turned away!” Shame on all those who read but can not or do not accept and understand these words! The Quran is Truth! Allah is God! Period. $Allahu Akbar$

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    1. And you have lots and lots of evidence to demonstrate the veracity of this comment, yes?
      Please feel free to enlighten us:
      Minha casa esta tua casa as the Portuguese say.
      Start with the Trinity.
      I am all agog.

      You will get bonus points if Nan claps at your answer.

      The floor is yours’

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        1. I’ve read more full on explanations of the Trinity from the gods how many Christians than is good for my health.
          Give me your an version in your own words.

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  6. I think the Christ-ians were latecomers, the Muslims later comers, and God/s alone know/s who or what will be the next comers coming. But that doesn’t stop wannabe rich folks from trying to be the next profi (oops) Prophet.

    Get it right and you will be quids in, and so for a while will be your followers—a lot like multi-level marketing, in fact. No? (Actually it is MLM.)

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  7. And so many never look at it from angle, do they?

    Let those with eyes see, those with ears hear, and them that need a buck create a new religion. The universe is your oyster— but timing, as ever, is everything.

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