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Extreme israeli led protest against the abuse of farmed animals.


Gurdiev

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Israel bashing to start in 5 4 3 2 1....
No, on this one some people in Israel have their hearts in the right place.

Good on them.
 

ne0ica

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How about our fellow humans the Palestinians?
 

Dame_Enda

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Whether they succeed or not will depend on whether the Israelis regard the lives of animals as worth more than those of Palestinians. Didn't Golda Meir call them animals?
 

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That's an insult to those that suffered and died in those camps!
 

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Yes , of course it is, but if you are Israeli you have a carte blanche to make hay out of the concentration camps in whatever way suits your political agenda.
No you don't.
Vegans are not the full shilling, and tattoos are like nature's way of identifying the less intelligent.
Vegans with tattoos.....?

By all means protest about factory farming, but don't ever get a tattoo. This "protest" is carrying stupidity to a new level.
 

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Yes , of course it is, but if you are Israeli you have a carte blanche to make hay out of the concentration camps in whatever way suits your political agenda.
Insulting the victims isn't the usual method though, is it?
 
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Gurdiev

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Israel 's A complex nation .
It has some of the most progressive ,self reflective and pioneering people of any country.
 

Gurdiev

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Whether they succeed or not will depend on whether the Israelis regard the lives of animals as worth more than those of Palestinians. Didn't Golda Meir call them animals?
Well , the English used to call us animals, and the nazis called the Jews animals.
Doesn't mean much .
 

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Interesting that a country which has extreme human issues of its own , contemporary and historic, should display such strength of feeling about animal treatment .
 

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What a bunch of feckin knobs.
So they don't want to eat meat, fair enough that's their business.
But gtfo pontificating to us omnivores.
 

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Yes , of course it is, but if you are Israeli you have a carte blanche to make hay out of the concentration camps in whatever way suits your political agenda.
Seriously there are many things you bash Israel on which are tenuous enough, but thinking that a protest by a bunch of vegan hippies no matter their nationality is a reason for bashing Israel is just laughable.

They are the just the same type of vegan nut jobs that make up a tiny minority in most countries, we have a few of them from Ireland posting here accusing people of being "speciesist".
 
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Interesting that a country which has extreme human issues of its own , contemporary and historic, should display such strength of feeling about animal treatment .
Its not the country displaying it, any more than the handful of vegan nut jobs we have in Ireland represent us. An interesting new lesson for you might be you have crazy people in tiny minorities in every country who think animals should come first. They are best ignored.
 

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Its not the country displaying it, any more than the handful of vegan nut jobs we have in Ireland represent us. An interesting new lesson for you might be you have crazy people in tiny minorities in every country who think animals should come first. They are best ignored.
But they're not saying that animals should come first. It's a question of respect for the food you breed.

Even the American natives had a handle on this long before the white men amused themselves by shooting buffalo from the passing trains.
 
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