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Reporter - Politie: Ernstige milieuschade door biogasinstallaties - 0 views

  • Leveranciers aan biogasinstallaties blijken dierlijk materiaal te verkopen als plantaardig materiaal.
  • ‘Boeren worden eigenaren van chemische fabrieken.
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Ánima | Liberación - 0 views

  • En cualquier caso, en la medida en que este debate es visto como una contienda entre nuevos ateos o fundamentalistas religiosos que abogan por matar a médicos abortistas, participan en los atentados suicidas, rezan por el apocalipsis, vuelan aviones contra edificios, promueven todo tipo de discriminación y de odio y, en general, apoyan todo tipo imaginable de violencia en nombre de sus dioses, los nuevos ateos ganan con facilidad sin el tipo de escrutinio y el debate que este asunto requiere.
  • El realismo moral no es la opinión de que las verdades morales se construyen, o se hacen verdaderas, como resultado de lo que la gente valora moralmente; más bien, de que las verdades morales existen independientemente de cualquier perspectiva, incluyendo las perspectivas ideales.
  • "Aquellos que no ven como ellos ven, hablan como ellos hablan y actúan como ellos actúan sólo son dignos de la conversión o la erradicación".
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@garylfrancione - TwitLonger - When you talk too much for Twitter - 0 views

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    "I received a question: isn't it better to be a non-vegan who rescues than one who does not? Yes. And it's better to be a serial murderer who does charity work on Thursdays than a serial murder who does no charity work at all. But that does not address the morality of murder or the inconsistency of murdering while doing charity work! My point is that those who rescue animals but who continue to eat them necessarily (even if not explicitly) regard the moral value of the animals they save as greater than the moral value of the ones they eat. 




    Please understand that I think that doing rescue work is fantastic and I have great respect for those who do it. (I have done TNR/fostering.) Many rescue folks work 24/7 helping unfortunate animals who will otherwise be killed in shelters or otherwise come to a horrible end. It is precisely because I do have a high regard for those who rescue/foster that I raise these issues. Rescue should not be just a matter of which animals are our "favorites." If someone were to rescue dogs but trapped and poisoned cats, we would surely find that odd. But the same analysis applies to those who do any sort of rescue work but then consume animal products.
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Twitlonger: Anyone who claims that ethical veganism, as it is represented in the abolit... - 0 views

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    "No mainstream group has adopted ethical veganism as its exclusive, or even a, central focus.

    An ethical vegan would not support any animal exploitation. Therefore, to say that ethical veganism is a SIC is to fail to understand the nature of ethical veganism or the fact that SICs rest on distinguishing among various forms of animal exploitation and promoting the notion that some forms are worse than others and, by implication, that other forms of exploitation are morally desirable or morally acceptable.

    One can, of course, use the expression "veganism" to apply only to diet in the sense that one who does not eat any animal products may be considered to have a vegan diet. This use of "vegan" is more restricted than the notion as I have developed it in my abolitionist theory. Promoting a vegan diet is more like an SIC than is promoting ethical veganism and the abolition of all animal use. But the practical reality is that if people rejected eating any animal products, we would see a rejection in all sorts of other animal use. The most significant form of animal exploitation--the form that "legitimizes" all the others--involves using animals as food. If you dislodge that use, you dislodge all others."
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Twitlonger: For those who think that the Endangered Species Act has something to do wit... - 0 views

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    "Finally, it should be understood that it is unlikely that any significant change in the status of animals as property will come about as the result of legislation or court cases until there is a significant social change in our attitude about animals. That is, it is not the law that will alter our moral thinking about animals; it must be the other way around. It was not the law that abolished slavery; indeed, the law protected slave ownership and the institution of slavery was not abolished by the law but by the Civil War. The present-day world economy is far more dependent on animal exploitation than were the southern United States on human slavery. Animal exploitation is not going to be ended by a pronouncement of the Supreme Court or an act of congress-at least not until a majority of us accept the position that the institution of animal property is morally unacceptable. "
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