The only way to protect animals from harm and exploitation is to go vegan.
A majority of Australian’s want to see animals protected from harm and exploitation.
According to a recent Essential Media survey, 91% of respondents agree that animals should be protected from harm and exploitation.
1925 people were asked the following question Which of the following statements comes closest to your view about the treatment of animals?. 61% responded with Animals deserve some protection from harm and exploitation, but it is still appropriate to use them for the benefit of humans. And encouragingly, 30% responded with Animals deserve the same rights as people to be free from harm and exploitation
Isn’t it time that animal advocacy groups who claim to want to see an end to harm and exploitation of animals to take a stand and actually start talking to people about veganism?
If people have thought about the issue to actually respond in the way that they have above, isn’t it time that we as a movement showed people how this can be achieved?
If you are a member of an animal rights group, ask them what rights they are advocating for, and if they aren’t advocating those above, ask them why not.
If you are a member of an animal liberation group, and they aren’t advocating for these rights in animals, remind them that the definition of liberation is a movement seeking equal rights and status for a group, and that maybe it’s time they got back to their roots, and thought about why these groups were formed in the first place.
We all know that the only way to protect animals from harm and exploitation is to go vegan, maybe it’s time to tell the rest of Australia that too.
This article was written by the founder of VeganPolice.com.au, Cameron Blewett.
Cameron is a long term vegan (30+yrs), and is passionate about veganism, and helping people to understand more about it and giving other animals equal consideration.
You can find Cameron’s other rants on his website, CameronBlewett.blog