We are responsible for our actions. We need to question more and stop following blindly. This is an excellent piece I suggest my followers read.
‘That’s not true. That just happens on factory farms. It doesn’t happen on allfarms‘.
This depressingly common statement appeared recently on a friend’s page in response to a post. It’s been lingering on my mind ever since because variations on ‘that doesn’t apply in every case, there are ‘good’ ways of doing it’, are a very common retaliation used by those seeking to defend, justify and solicit approval for their use of members of other species. It is an attempt to invalidate what is being said on the basis that someone, somewhere, claims there is an exception to whatever is being stated.
‘The way I use animals is different from the way that everyone else does it’
‘That only happens:
- in ‘factory’ farms;
- in ‘other’ countries;
- in ‘battery’ chicken farms;
- in ‘foreign’ slaughterhouses;
- in ‘other’ cultures’.
‘That may happen in some places but:
- not in this country (wherever);
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