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Editor’s Note: Our friends at United Poultry Concerns have sent us this message asking our assistance to spread the word about this campaign, and we are not only happy but privileged to do so. The fight against human tyranny over animals is a fight for justice—it’s as simple as that.  Humans inflict innumerable wounds on animals every single day, but nothing compares to the industrialization of animal cruelty embodied in the system of factory farms.  If compassion has not been replaced by indifference and cynicism in your heart, or the usual multitude of rationalizations that so many use to avoid looking at this ugly reality in the eye…do the right thing and think it over. Then change. It’s not that hard.—P. Greanville

Flight From Farm to Freedom: “Make It Possible”
Must See TV from Animals Australia!

Dear Friends,

Please watch – and hear – this beautiful message on behalf of farmed animals. But please remember that “a place for us” is not just outside of a “factory farm” but OFF THE FARM & OFF OUR PLATES. Make It Possible: Choose Life. Leave behind your meat-based diet—for their sake and for yourself.

http://www.animalsaustralia.org/appeal/make-it-possible/countdown.php

ANOTHER PAGE YOU SHOULD CONSIDER:
A look Inside Chinese Fur Farms

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  One Response to “Help us make it possible: End factory farming in our lives”

  1. “All things breathing, all things existing, all living beings whatever, whould not be slain or treated with violence, or insulted, or tortured or driven away. This is the pure unchanging eternal law, which the wise ones who know the world have proclaimed…” Jain Acharanga Sutra

    The Right to Kill….
    What is it about sanctified slaughter that is challenged when addressing the extreme horrors of factory farming…?

    The other day at my local Whole Foods, they had a big screen showing all the free ranging animals they source for their over flowing meat showcases. People stopped to watch the video, smiling and pointing as they congratulated themselves on how well these animals were being treated.

    Meanwhile, back in dominionland:

    “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth. The fear and dread of you shall rest on every animal of the earth, and on every bird of the air, on everything that creeps on the ground, and on all the fish in the sea; into your hand they are delivered. Every moving thing that lives shall be food for you; and just as I gave you the green plants, I give you everything.’” genesis

    There were pamplets and posters about how these animals will be kept with the highest welfare standards and killed according to the most exacting standards of dominion. Funny I always thought welfare included the inherent value of life, not just the quality prior to slaughter. Those watching the video were so impressed with their compassion.

    There is no stepping stone from dominion to compassion. It is a logical impossibility. As Christian nations scramble to put on a good show, the profits fill the registers as the best meat that dominion has to offer fills the freezers in upscale markets, while those complicit with factory farming such as HSUS, the ASPCA, Peta and Mercy for Animals make deals to insure that factory farming will also gain the welfare seal of approval.

    “We were taking on the number one cause of animal cruelty in Australia today – lifting the lid on a powerful industry that has thrived only because nobody knew what they were up to. . .” Lyn White

    The number one cause of animal cruelty in Australia and other judeo.christian nations is domion. While dominion remains in place so too does the right to kill with self-righteous bravado.

    “For there is nothing inaccessible for death.
    All beings are fond of life, hate pain, like pleasure,
    shun destruction, like life, long to live. To all life
    is dear.” Jain Acharanga Sutra

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