“Humane Slaughter? Humane Rape? Humane Molestation? Humane Slavery? Humane Holocaust?” ~ Gary Yourofsky

Hi Folks,

I know most of you do not care for the types of things I blog about (i.e. Animal Rights/Animal Abuse). And for those of you who do *follow me* I am sure some of you probably roll your eyes (a bit) when you see a new animal rights post appear in the *Reader* from me.  I realize most of you “don’t want to know” what really goes on inside a factory farm, a so-called “organic farm”, a dairy farm or a slaughterhouse —  I get it. A long time ago, I was where you are today – I didn’t want to know either; but a few years ago, I realized, I had to know because I couldn’t call myself an “activist” and “the voice of the voiceless” if I didn’t.  I have subjected myself to some of the most painful-to-watch undercover video footage you can imagine (maybe you can’t imagine) and by doing so, I am able to educate people on why choosing a vegan lifestyle  is kindest choice a person can make.

Now, with that said, I am not asking you to become a vegan, I’d like to, but I’m not going to.  What I do ask of you, you the few who follow me is to please watch this video by Gary Yourofsky who is speaking to a group of college students.    There is no blood, no gore, no scared-straight tactics. This video is just Gary talking about why he’s a vegan and an animal rights activists.  The video is over an hour long, with a Q&A session at the end. So grab yourself a cup of coffee with vegan So-Delicious creamer, get comfortable and please, please, please watch.

I really do hope you will.



Source:   http://www.youtube.com/user/TheAnimalHolocaust?feature=watch




William Ralph Inge

“We have enslaved the rest of the animal creation, and have treated our distant cousins in fur and feathers so badly that beyond doubt, if they were able to formulate a religion, they would depict the Devil in human form.”


Bio: William Ralph Inge was an English author, Anglican priest, professor of divinity at Cambridge, and Dean of St. Paul’s Cathedral, which provided the appellation by which he was widely known, Dean Inge.