Vegetarians and animal lovers are more cruel to fellow humans. Hitler was a vegetarian. Jains spend crores of rupees on kabutar dana, the same money could be utilised for the welfare of humans. Indians generally are more interested in animal welfare rather than the welfare of their fellow humans, therein lies much of the evil in INdia.
Re: Vegetarians are more cruel
by Vimal Negi on Sep 08, 2010 09:26 PM
Dear Vivek , humans have encroached on the natural territory of animals , animals have equal right to live ..and one Hitler dont represent all vegetarians !! Stalin , Mao se Tung were non-vegetarians - does that make all non-vegetarians cruel ? Jains are doing right thing if they are feeding kabutars - if we proclaim to be a superior race that it is our duty to take care of other species as well ..and dont talk about "evil in India " - YOU ARE A PART OF INDIA !!
Re: Re: Vegetarians are more cruel
by Vivek Dev on Sep 09, 2010 02:59 PM
That is not the issue here. Jains are wasting resources and also endangering other people's health and lives. They are acting in most irresponsible manner.
Re: Re: Re: Vegetarians are more cruel
by Vimal Negi on Sep 10, 2010 06:43 PM
I m not a jain but as far as I know "kabutardana" is not that precious of a resource dear ...take a look in the mirror next time you waste the real resources - "water" and " electricity"....and I belong very very much to mankind thats why I am sensitive enough to care about other animals...
Re: PETA funny
by Vimal Negi on Sep 08, 2010 09:32 PM
100s are dying in India and Africa NOT because of Animals it because of humans only...while humans are killing animals because of no fault of animals...whoz is stupid !
Re: Re: Funny
by Jai Babu on Sep 09, 2010 08:07 AM
Alex Thomas-It is Chimpanzees who are cannibal! It was discovered by Dr. Jane Goodall and other scientists in Common Chimpanzee, in Tanzania at Gombe Stream National Park in 1960. Gorillas are VEGETARIAN!
by Vimal Negi on Sep 08, 2010 09:44 PM
few races believe in cannibalism too..would you mind their business ? killing someone to eat is a business of whoz getting killed...skinning someone to make cloth is a business for someone whoz getting skinned...be sensitive..
Re: PETA is being unreasonable
by Vimal Negi on Sep 08, 2010 09:51 PM
ok..please enlighten us , where does the meat that sells at grocery store and meant for human consumption comes from ? Have you ever been to an abattoir ? The legs of goats were tied and they were thrown from a platform which results in broken legs so that it just lies there where it is thrown and not move around !! Have you made an effort to read or see about the condition of chickens that are keept in such filthy and unhygienic conditions that you would stop eating chicken for the rest of your life..talk sense ..
Re: Re: PETA is being unreasonable
by ashish gidwani on Sep 08, 2010 10:57 PM
I have seen a slaughter house - punjab agro meats and it is not like you say. There is no torture. Its like this - there are always two sides to every thing. In this case it is vegetarians vs non-V. If one is a non-V one the vegetarians should not get upset.
Non veg has harmed mankind in a big way . Almost all the behavioural problems are due to non veg . How on earth one can kill an innocent, helpless,defenceless,harmless animal .Shame on all non veg fellows .!!!!!!!!
Re: Re: She worst than animal.
by Rippan Bhattacharjee on Sep 08, 2010 09:00 PM
first thing...you eat plants(for the vegans) and arent plants living? seeing it other way....you are eating non-veg and torturing living stuffs
She is lucky that "CANNIBALISM" is a crime, otherwise some "Cannibal" would have found her "Human Flesh" deliscious food! Bizzarely horrendous modern art? No wondr Lady Gaga is the one and only Lady Gaga.
Re: Lady Gaga.
by some one on Sep 08, 2010 06:28 PM
Is pretense better than truth?
Caring for animals is a good feeling but it does not imply that eating animals or killing them is over or likely to stop in foreseeable future.
Let animal rights people go for open debate rather than coercive pretending that we do not hurt animals or that we know how to live without hurting them.
Does any country legally recognize "Fundamental Rights" of animals?
And what is their solution for rights of humans opposed to animals? if students do not dissect real animals, not only they risk not knowing about them in correct detail, but also they violate the general scientific requirement that Primary Observation is far far better than Secondary Observation.