2 years ago
It is much easier to show compassions to animals. They are never wicked.
2 years ago
When people try and make “jokes” about carnists or carnivores, it just screams to me “I find your lifestyle intimidating because it highlights all the ethical problems in my lifestyle. You speaking out about not killing, reminds me that I do. And I am uncomfortable with that. But I’m too selfish to change. So instead, I will make a really lame joke. And all the other vegans who also feel uncomfortable for the same reasons will laugh, because using humour to dilate an uncomfortable situation is reassuring.” Cite Arrow Plants that the vegans are killing. (via carnevorare)
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carnevorare:

Show some compassion you vegan fucks.

carnevorare:

Show some compassion you vegan fucks.

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2 years ago

hashashi-deactivated20130718 said: I wanted to state that I'm a person of Jewish background, and I don't support the activities of Israel or their encroachment of the sixties border agreement. Ideally I would love to see a non-discriminatory state or even better no state at all. Israel's behavior is only dangerous for Jews around the world and for their own people.

I agree, I believe I’m also of a Jewish descent, according to my father, who lives in Russia, who has mentioned it some, but I don’t really identify with it, not as much as I identify as Russian. It’s ironic because most Zionists on tumblr always attempt to distance Israel’s actions from whatever issue they might be talking about at the time. Anyway, I don’t really have much hope for them, or for Israel, if Jehovah wants to see them destroy themselves, so be it.

2 years ago
A creature’s sentience, or rather, its apparent sentience deduced from its neurological complexity might also influence our calculations. Whatever. We have no reliable index for gauging the awareness or suffering of species other than our own so, ultimately, we base our attitudes towards animals on empathic or emotional responses. Cite Arrow

(Source: vanguardonline.f9.co.uk)

The smallpox virus, meanwhile, has been hounded to extinction (apart from a few test-tube samples) yet no animal rights protester has so much as drawn up a petition.

(Source: vanguardonline.f9.co.uk)

We might conclude that the only way to put an end, once and for all, to Nature’s cruelty to animals as expressed in the behaviour of other animals, would be to kill the lot of them and have done with it. Such a mass cull, according to vegans, would be ‘murder’, yet for as long as there is life on earth, life will destroy other life. Why animals, who are apparently deprived of ‘rights’, have the right in the wild to survive at the expense of other creatures, when we do not, is a mystery. We are animals too… Cite Arrow

(Source: vanguardonline.f9.co.uk)

2 years ago
I acknowledge the suffering of the indigenous communities living here when the first fleet arrived and from all Australians, I can genuinely say that we are sorry for all that you’ve been through. I know nothing will ever be able to make up for it but we stand alongside you on this day to celebrate together the great country we have built up. Cite Arrow

DefenderOfIsrael

Because Zionism isn’t Racism..

2 years ago
No explanation needed.

No explanation needed.

2 years ago
This is ironic

This is ironic

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2 years ago

Those who pose as “peace” and “rights” activists, who make it their business to libel Israel and the Jewish residents of Judea and Samaria are not advancing peace as they would prefer to be viewed by the world, but actually, they are the biggest deterrent to peace between the Arabs and Jews in Israel.

Peace will not be brought about by denying the great benefit that Jewish development has brought to the region. On the contrary, peace will come about when the Arabs stop lying to themselves and the world and express true appreciation for Zionism, which has brought the Jewish people back to the land and is a true cause for blessing in the entire region.

Cite Arrow Some BS article on eretzyisrael
3 years ago
That advocates of Israel have relied on fabricated and out-of-context quotations from a leading moral figure of yesteryear only underscores the absurdity of the general point that all opposition to a Jewish state in a diverse land is anti-Semitic. There are obviously many legitimate ways to critique Zionism. One quite reasonable observation is that after more than a half-century of conflict, the Zionist project has failed to bring the Jews of Israel peace and security—its raison d’etre. One might counter that this is due to Arab intransigence; the Palestinians should accept their dispossession. However, Palestinian opposition to this fate is an indisputable fact, and security was and is Zionism’s key goal. This necessarily was an analytical failure on the part of the Zionists who assumed the Palestinians would blend in to other Arab countries while the later generations forget their past. To dismiss this argument—one that evaluates Zionism by its own goals—and every other critique of Zionism as anti-Semitism is not only dishonest but a cowardly evasion of meaningful debate. Cite Arrow

(Source: electronicintifada.net)

When people criticise Zionists, they mean Jews. You are talking anti-Semitism Cite Arrow

Martin Luther King Jr. (via dalsibaby)

Yeah there is no proof that Dr. King said this at all. Please stop using great men to spread your hate and untruths.

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3 years ago
The zionist I was debating with this morning..

Tried attacking me for reblogging something from Noam Chomsky, because he is a zionist, like the action of reblogging something that is interesting to me automatically identifies with that persons beliefs and ideals as well. Also he made the obligatory blanket statements saying that zionism isn’t a racist and exclusionary ideology by giving me his definition of zionism, which went something along the lines of the Jewish people must have their own homeland or something. I kind of laughed at this and tried to point out his contradiction but I guess he couldn’t understand and continued to attack me for over-generalizing zionism. He said that the US controls Israel, while he insinuated that I believed that in fact the Israel controls the US. Its pretty apparent to me that neither one controls the other, but both are controlled by corporate interests, which would fall under my definition of “the state.” He also tried attacking me for saying that nationalism and racist ideologies will kill us all eventually, extending my logic to Palestine, suggesting that if I don’t think Israel should exist as a state, then neither should Palestine, which I don’t, so it was kind of hard not to be condescending at that point.. The talk left a sour taste in my mouth and I wanted to vent about it, as you can see, but I guess it wasn’t an entire waste of time.