CRUEL OR NOT? 'We also kill for sport, entertainment, experimentation and unnecessary, temporary gratification.'
CRUEL OR NOT? 'We also kill for sport, entertainment, experimentation and unnecessary, temporary gratification.' Contributed

Why the need for superiority?

GLENDA Carroll's letter (QT, 14/12) begs the question, why do we have to "master" the animal kingdom?

We imprison them in tiny cages, stifling feed-lots and stinking sheds and pay other people to slaughter them.

The carnivorous animals are not sneaky like us; they kill for survival.

We also kill for sport, entertainment, experimentation and unnecessary, temporary gratification.

We are the ones who hide in the dark and slaughter billions of land animals.

Marine animals are only counted by the tonne, just because we have been brainwashed to do so by animal industries. We certainly don't need to eat flesh, dairy or eggs to be healthy as we have discussed in previous letters.

Ms Carroll, exactly how does this make us superior?

DIANE CORNELIUS

SA



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