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Friday, May 30th, 2008, 7:21 am

Animal Torture for Human’s Benefit?

Are we human are we just animals?

I‘ve covered here before some incidents (or widespread phenomena rather) such as use of Africa as the garbage dump for poisonous artifacts, disposed of by the western world. People are supposed not to know about this, or at least not to care.

Some years ago I was seeing protests from animal activists, whose signs also showed living monkeys with their skulled stripped. “It’s all for science,” the researchers would say and now comes this article from the CNN.

Other strocities include the testing of bad or experimental drugs in Africa where it’s wrongly assumed that life is cheap. People get treated like statistics; if a few die as a result, then “the experiment is compete” rather than a “murder is committed.” Business can be ruthless.

Not so long ago I saw some articles about the police using laws that were devised against “terrorists” to battle animal activists.

The only animals out there are often pretentious people in suits — people who put money before human life. Those are people to whom everything is to be exploited. This is just sad.

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