Saving the animals of concentration camps
Martin Luther King once said: “Everything Adolf Hitler did in Germany was legal.” Nowadays, the biggest holocaust of all times takes place outside the cities, in industrial areas, in the slaughter houses where nobody can see it.
Were these slaughter houses situated in the city centers and were their walls made of glass, meat consumption would decline significantly. But they aren’t. What makes us think we are worth more than animals?
How strongly would we complain,
if we tortured human beings all their lives in concentration camps
if we butchered them without anesthetic
if we made the women pregnant and purloined their milk and their children from them
if we slayed these stolen children and put them into their own guts to sell them as sausages
if we killed humans providently in mass destruction installations to control epidemics
if we transported humans for days without food and water
if we experimented with poison on humans to find out the mortal dose
if we declared hunting humans to sport?
This is not a complete list, but it´s long enough to make us think, since we commit these crimes every day against the animals.