It’s a tough time to be a meat-eater around here.
In the past week, here in my neck of the woods, TWICE a group of “animal rights activists” has barged in and interrupted an otherwise peaceful demonstration of man’s dominance over our four-legged counterparts.
First, at a Chick-Fil-A restaurant, a group of animals lovers showed up during lunch time wearing animals costumes and wielding bloody knives to get a point across – I assume that point was, they’re CRAAAAAZY”
Then, a few days later, a family fishing at the park had their lovely afternoon thwarted when more of those tricky activist-types showed up and STOLE the fish that the family had just caught and proceeded to chuck it back in the lake! All the while screaming things like, “Fish want to live!”
Well, of course they do. But, they’re not in charge, are they?
What gives? YOU, Mr. Activist Person, don’t like that others eat (delicious) animals? So, you’ve decided that in order to ensure that the world conforms to your viewpoint, you turn to public displays of arrogance and charmless yelling to, hopefully, morally shame those who love the taste of (juicy) fried chicken smothered in honey mustard and pickles with waffle fries on the side?
Are you kidding me? What’s with all this “animal rights activist” friction lately?
I totally get that you want all living things to be treated with respect. Dude, that’s great. I’m for that, too. But, animals are food. Sorry, they always have been food and always will be food. Man is in charge of the animals on the earth. Always has been. Consult Genesis for proof. It won't even require that you read past the first chapter!
I’m sorry you don’t want people to eat animals. (YOU’RE MISSING OUT ON BACON!!!!) I’m even more sorry you don’t want ANYONE to eat animals, apparently. NEWSFLASH: You’ll never stop people from eating meat.
It’s just too darn tasty.
Furthermore, please stop forcing your perspective on the innocent burger-lovers and piggy-enjoyers of this planet! We love beef, chicken and pork. Nothing you say can change that.