Please tell me not every animal rights activist is this evil?

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I usually don’t do political blogs, but today I received a comment on a Holocaust blog I wrote a few months ago called “Killing Humans is okay, but don’t boil a lobster-Nazi animal welfare.”

Today I received a comment on the blog by an animal right activist who calls him or herself ‘Fart Cat’ the comment is probably the vilest comment I ever received.

Below is the full comment by Fart Cat using email address  losfrijoles420@gmail.com

“They sent animal abusers to die like the vermin they are. Animal rights should take priority over human “complaining” 7.6 billion and counting dwarfing all but insects. If I had to choose between murdering millions of innocent animals or millions of guilty of something people its the people that have to die.Culling people is a better investment than an animal mass murder campaign.”

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There seems to be something in the psyche of animal rights activisted which is very sick and twisted.

In July 2011 ,former Smiths foreman Morissey compared the massacre of 77 young people in Norway to what happens in McDonalds and KFC every day.

“We all live in a murderous world, as the events in Norway have shown, with 97 [sic] dead. Though that is nothing compared to what happens in McDonald’s and Kentucky Fried shit every day.”

He even got the number of casualties wrong.

PETA -People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals have several times compared the killing of farm animals like chickens,cows and lambs as an equal crime as the Holocaust.

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When I see that it makes me feel sick, this is pure evil propaganda.

What is even more sickening they involved Natalie Portman , who is Jewish, in their campaign. In a video Natalie implies that author and animal rights activist Isaac Bashevis Singer was a Holocaust survivor. He wasn’t in 1935, four years before the German invasion, Singer emigrated from Poland to the United States.

In the video Natalie Portman quotes that Singer also compared the killing of animals to the Holocaust. I have found no evidence that he ever said that. I did find something on his views on animal cruelty but PETA and Natalie Portman took that completely out of context.

 

If there is any animal rights activist out there please tell me you are not all that twisted,misguided and evil.

 

Killing Humans is okay, but don’t boil a lobster-Nazi animal welfare.

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Although I am for animal laws but comparisons by organisations like PETA of the slaughter of chickens to the Holocaust are absolutely disgusting , and should be in my opinion be treated the same as Holocaust denial.

Animal rights laws also illustrated how warped the Nazi ideology truly was. The life of a lobster was more valuable then the life of a Jew, Roma,Sinti, Homosexual.Jehovah Witness  or a person with a disability.

In 1931, the Nazi Party (then a minority in the Reichstag) proposed a ban on vivisection, but the ban failed to attract bipartisan support. By 1933, after Hitler had ascended to the Chancellery and the Nazis had consolidated control of the Reichstag, the Nazis immediately held a meeting to enact the ban on vivisection. On April 21, 1933, almost immediately after the Nazis came to power, the parliament began to pass laws for the regulation of animal slaughter.On April 21, a law was passed concerning the slaughter of animals; no animals were to be slaughtered without anesthetic.

On April 24, Order of the Prussian Ministry of the Interior was enacted regarding the slaughter of poikilotherms.

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Germany was the first nation to ban vivisection. A law imposing total ban on vivisection was enacted on August 16, 1933, by Hermann Göring as the prime minister of Prussia.He announced an end to the “unbearable torture and suffering in animal experiments” and said that those who “still think they can continue to treat animals as inanimate property” will be sent to concentration camps.On August 28, 1933, Göring announced in a radio broadcast:

An absolute and permanent ban on vivisection is not only a necessary law to protect animals and to show sympathy with their pain, but it is also a law for humanity itself…. I have therefore announced the immediate prohibition of vivisection and have made the practice a punishable offense in Prussia. Until such time as punishment is pronounced the culprit shall be lodged in a concentration camp.

Göring also banned commercial animal trapping and imposed severe restrictions on hunting. He prohibited boiling of lobsters and crabs. In one incident, he sent a fisherman to a concentration camp for cutting up a bait frog.

On November 24, 1933, Nazi Germany enacted another law called Reichstierschutzgesetz (Reich Animal Protection Act), for protection of animals.This law listed many prohibitions against the use of animals, including their use for filmmaking and other public events causing pain or damage to health, feeding fowls forcefully and tearing out the thighs of living frogs. The two principals (Ministerialräte) of the German Ministry of the Interior, Clemens Giese and Waldemar Kahler, who were responsible for drafting the legislative text,wrote in their juridical comment from 1939, that by the law the animal was to be “protected for itself” (“um seiner selbst willen geschützt”), and made “an object of protection going far beyond the hitherto existing law”

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On February 23, 1934, a decree was enacted by the Prussian Ministry of Commerce and Employment which introduced education on animal protection laws at primary, secondary and college levels.On 3 July 1934, a law Das Reichsjagdgesetz (The Reich Hunting Law) was enacted which limited hunting. The act also created the German Hunting Society with a mission educate the hunting community in ethical hunting. On July 1, 1935, another law Reichsnaturschutzgesetz (Reich Nature Conservation Act) was passed to protect nature.According to an article published in Kaltio, one of the main Finnish cultural magazines, Nazi Germany was the first in the world to place the wolf under protection.

In 1934, Nazi Germany hosted an international conference on animal welfare in Berlin.On March 27, 1936, an order on the slaughter of living fish and other poikilotherms was enacted. On March 18 the same year, an order was passed on afforestation and on protection of animals in the wild. On September 9, 1937, a decree was published by the Ministry of the Interior which specified guidelines for the transportation of animals. In 1938, the Nazis introduced animal protection as a subject to be taught in public schools and universities in Germany.

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