Note: If you couldn’t already tell, this posting?is satire.?
Prior to starting this?argument, an important fact that most educated people know needs to be restated: Blood and NOT chlorophyll runs through our veins. We cannot make food from sunlight. We NEED TO KILL things?to survive. The only reason PETA and vegetarians argue against?killing animals is that they tend to feel for something that is cute, that can move, and that can cry while being slaughtered. Don’t?they also realize that plants exhale?oxygen ? They are living organisms. They release oxygen, which is the reason we live. So to kill and eat?those plants is what’s actually a harm to us. Giving a broader picture below:
- The primary reason behind razing forests was to build farmlands: A fact is that oxygen levels have dropped from 35 percent in pre-historic times to 21 percent today (and to only 15 percent in polluted cities. The reason is that man razed forests. Why did they raze forests? To build farmlands to feed vegetarians. If this keeps dropping, life will cease to exist once it reaches six or seven percent. That would mean killing ourselves as well as those cute animals that vegetarians are trying to protect.
- Non-vegetarians kill animals intended to be killed. Thanks to vegetarians, most species are extinct: Vegetarians live with a misconception that they are protecting animals, but they aren’t. Non-vegetarians kill animals specifically reared to be killed. They were born to be slaughtered. On the other hand, the forests destroyed by vegetarians are the reason most species are extinct today. Thus, animal-respecting vegetarians have actually killed many more animals and many more species than innocent non-vegetarians.
- Vegetarians are destroying a?habitat for animals by razing forests: Barbaric vegetarians are a perfect example of hypocrites. They show sympathy towards animals while?destroying their homes and habitat. They are responsible for all those poor animals that were separated from their families and had to live a miserable homeless life. Why? Just to satisfy their never-ending hunger.
No doubt we meat eaters should be proud of ourselves. We are protecting animal species, preventing global warming, protecting the environment, respecting animals (we kill them directly instead of long, painful deaths to them,?their families, and children by?destroying their homes) – and we’re saving Mother Earth, too!