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Oh, the poor little cows!
by Joseph T. Manzo   
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Last edited: Thursday, February 21, 2008
Posted: Thursday, February 21, 2008

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There is no room for humans in the Humane Society.



February 20, 2008


Oh, the poor little cows!  Once again we see how corrupt the people in the Humane Society are.  They are happy to ignore the full definition of humane.  (Humane…marked by compassion, sympathy, or consideration for other human beings or animals…).  There is no room for humans in the Humane Society.  Their only concern is that anyone they view as mistreating an animal is severely punished.


Their members sneak around and take pictures of people working with the intent of promoting their animal rights agenda, but have no concern for the thousands of people whose lives they will disrupt.  The proper thing to do when someone is doing something wrong, in life or on the job, is to tell them face-to-face.  The current Westland/Hallmark Meat Company’s alleged abuses have no reports of company involvement in the violations, so by simply informing the person doing the violation it would have stopped the violation.  But vindictive people have vindictive ways, and now hundreds of people will be out of a job and a company may well go out of business.


What is really sad is that the Humane Society will use all their power to attack the people at Westland/Hallmark, much like they did that football player who was fighting dogs.  To them no punishment is too harsh for anyone who mistreats an animal.  They are good at badgering the legislative branch of government to enact cruel and unusual punishment for any offence against an animal.   They will do all that they can to push for maximum punishment.  Their members orchestrate letter campaigns and phone calls to judges and form protest rallies, and media manipulation aimed against their human victims.


The whole animal movement is corrupt because it values animals over human beings.   All these Bambi lover groups are a meat patty short of a happy meal, when it comes to realizing the value of human life.  All of them are radical and some are anarchistic.  Some even believe that it is even alright to kill humans while defending animals.  And the news media gives them all the support they want.  It is a feel good movement that gives a feeling of goodness and a perceived morality to all who participate in it as they ignore the fact that they are doing nothing to stop, and in most cases they connive with, those who commit the real inhuman practices occurring in our society.  We live in a nation that makes it a state or federal crime to harm animals, while people who cause the death of 4,300 children each day in abortion clinics are paid and protected by that nation.






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Reviewed by Dixie Dawn Michelle
Profound ponderings, "Oh, the poor little cows!" has depicted the profile of our today's society; and has done it articulately.

In appreciation,

Dixie Dawn Michelle
Reviewed by Mary Coe
Very interesting read. Well written.
Reviewed by Joseph Manzo
Is it wrong to use a fork lift to tip a cow?
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