August 16, 2018

World Animal Perversion Out of Control

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I often speak of how perverse our society has become when it comes to animals. This is mostly in reference to extreme overprotection, along with how people live with, react, and interact with pets, combined with a severe lack of knowledge about the realities of animals and in particular wild animals.

What is seldom mentioned is the fact that many of these same animal perverts are prejudiced toward some species, while preferring others. This is often displayed in the willingness to see one species killed in order to protect their favorite one. In addition, some species of animal, because it is deemed dirty, scary, etc. is completely worthless in their tiny minds and these perverts find no fault with complete extermination of those species – rats and snakes come to mind.

There’s also another kind of animal perversion. Personally, I find zoos as a breeding ground for animal perversion of just about every kind. I kind of liken it to catch and release fishing. To be honest, one should admit that there is something perverse about wanting to go to the water and bait a fish to be hooked, played with, handled, take a picture of, and then release it so the fisherman can do it again, all in the name of conservation.

While it is somewhat understandable that zoos collect and rehabilitate injured or orphaned animals, they are then put on display for people to come and view completely out of their natural environment. Most viewers have no real interest in that animal or its welfare, and only want to be entertained as has become the selfish demands of our perverse society.

As cruel or perhaps unfair as some of you might find what I am writing, let me tell you about how people visiting a zoo in China, wanting to see a kangaroo hop, began throwing bricks at the animal. They persisted until they had successfully killed the kangaroo.

But that wasn’t the end of it for these zoo goers. They tried the same trick a few weeks later, not killing the kangaroo but seriously injuring it. The report says that visitors to this zoo regularly do such things to the animals in order to get them to perform for them.

One has to wonder how many of these selfish, brain-dead, perverts demand protection of their favorite wild animal? What will wolf lovers do in order to be able to hear a wolf howl, etc?

Man has lost all perspective as to the role of animals in this world. That role has been twisted and turned into something quite bizarre.

Stop the bus and let me off.

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