Wednesday, September 19, 2007


A mother's love condemned by a cruel fate
Feasting on
the flesh and organs
of our fellow mammals?

Time to STOP and THINK

Mammals are warm-blooded, have hair (or fur) and possess a neocortex, a brain region that is involved in higher functions such as sensory perception, and is unique to mammals. Only mammals give birth to live young and have mammary glands to suckle their offspring.
Mammals encompass approximately 5,400 species.
This includes humans.
In nature larger mammals prey on smaller ones for survival.
Humans, however, do not depend on red meat, rare, medium or well-done, as a primary food source.

Pools of blood from a carcass in an abattoirSwallow this

A disproportionate demand for meat has been instilled and carefully nurtured in the general population by the livestock and meat packing industry which, like the tobacco industry, is using every marketing ploy and behavior manipulation trick in the book to make us consume their products and by-products in ever greater quantities. In collusion with the powerful fast food industry they exert an inescapable dominance over all other producers of foodstuffs and have us in a literal chokehold, targeting especially children.

Do we really need a regular intake of prime rib, steak, hamburger, pork chops, bacon, leg of lamb, venison etc.?

The answer is a resounding "No!"

In fact, consumption of beef and pork carries with it a bombardment of artery-clogging grease, secondhand steroids and growth hormones (used to fatten the animals prior to slaughtering) and residual antibiotics (used to control the spread of disease in feedlots and pigpens).
These contaminants seriously compromise our health and well-being.

Anyone who has bothered to find out about the brutal efficiency of 'factory farms', slaughterhouses and meat processing plants will think twice before biting into that 'juicy' hamburger patty.

Man's best dish? Help yourself to roast Leg-of-dog
Just for argument's sake
Ask yourself:

Would you raise, fatten up, slaughter, butcher, roast and eat a dog? Of course not.
Turns out that in our society dogs are the 'holy cows' while cows are a strictly utilitarian commodity...

Mammalian Hybrids of the Future

Add genetic experimentation to the food chain equation and you arrive at a nightmarish visualization like the one depicted below. As we are herded down the perilous road of corporate greed spawning mad science the question of 'Who eats What' may soon turn into a

WHO eats WHO

Your neighbor or your dinner?

[See also: Harvesting the corpses of human beings in the name of Science]


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Anonymous Rick said...

The 'mammalian hybrid' image of the pig/human creature at the bottom of this post is really mind-blowing and says it all...
I find most articles on this web-zine to be well-presented and informative without being 'preachy'. Good work!

Saturday, September 22, 2007 6:10:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i think its disgusting and we really need to do something about this. my children eat this and i really think we need to change eating meat. this persuaded me so much and made me cry. its sick. and people need to wake the hell up and see that this is wrong. if people actually know whats in McDonald and Burger-king and Wendy's burgers,they would change their opinion about eating meat.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011 5:50:00 PM  

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