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Eddy Vluggen wrote:Feel free to; fact remains we are omnivores and need vitamin B12.
We still don't need the amount we consume today.
And we sure as hell don't need to torture those animals for it.
Fact remains, animals are NOT "made out of food."
The only thing keeping me from killing you is some made up law (well, that and I don't actually want to kill you).
Eddy Vluggen wrote:That doesn't entitle them to anything.
By that logic, none of us is entitled to anything.
Just saying, just because you can doesn't mean it's the right thing to do.
If we make up some law that we may not kill mice, and such laws exist for other animals, then the mouse is as entitled as we are.
First, define intelligence.
Eddy Vluggen wrote:train a chicken to do something "intelligent".
Here's a clever chicken though: Clever Chicken Plays Operatic Aria on Keyboard - YouTube[^]
Chickens are very nice and social creatures by the way.
They want to sit on your lap and everything.
Is that an invitation to beat the crap out of you?
Eddy Vluggen wrote:You do realize this world is built on violence? Even before the invention of mankind? Evolution is based on a struggle.
Or an excuse to beat the crap out of whoever you like?
No it's not, so what's your point?
Well, it does come from an animal
Eddy Vluggen wrote:That's utter nonsense.
we weren't some Chinese wasn't supposed to eat.
Oh by the way, they eat cats and dogs because cats and dogs aren't entitled to anything.
Cruelty towards cats and dogs is forbidden in the Netherlands because they're slightly more entitled over here.
Fun experiment, they once personalized a cow, gave it a name and everything.
It was on TV and people loved it.
Then it had to be slaughtered because it was meant for consumption.
People protested against the slaughter of that particular cow, but no doubt ate another cow that same evening.
What does that tell you about people?
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