04 Jan '17, 6pm

very intresting points put here thanks @mooshieslondon for the post link on facebook #Bethevegan

very intresting points put here thanks @mooshieslondon for the post link on facebook #Bethevegan

When you first reach the international PETA page, you’re confronted with a cacophony of single-issue campaigns , donate buttons, and ambiguous welfarist phrases asking for “animal liberation” and “compassion.” If you click on the “Why Should Animals Have Rights?” article, you’re taken to a page promoting Peter Singer ’s book, Animal Liberation – a book that explicitly promotes speciesism and the idea that the only interest animals have is the interest in not suffering. The book explicitly leaves open to interpretation the morality of killing sentient beings and instead concludes that we need only take into consideration the suffering of animals. It also explicitly denies equal inherent value between humans and animals and does not maintain that sentient beings have a fundamental right not to be used as resources; as a work of utilitarianism (where moral rights do not exist...

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