[Marxism] Socialism and "animal rights"
binesi at gvtel.com
Mon Oct 26 12:23:50 MDT 2009
The astonishing logic of the idea that "all animals are equal" is
revealed in a statement by Susan Rich, PETA's outreach coordinator. When
questioned about who she would rescue in a lifeboat if the choice were
between a baby and a dog, she answered: "I might choose the human baby
or I might choose the dog."
Between my cat and ISO's D'Amato in a boat, which one I would rescue
would not be an easy choice. Cats are some of the nicest people I know.
True, cats may not have a "language," but what about African gray
parrots? The /New York Times /once reported that an African gray parrot
was subpoenaed to testify in a murder trial because it had witnessed the
With humans apparently devolving, and the primeval grunt returning,
the standing of animals can only rise. The fact they haven't yet figured
out how to domesticate humans hardly propels humans to the top of the heap.
Max Clark wrote:
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