Many a great thinker’s determined conclusion,that societal traditions form strange illusion.
Of human supremacy, dissonance by design,
words and actions which seldom align.
Singer once said, “Slaughter cannot dwell with justice”
- that as we shed blood we could have no peace among us.
H.G. Wells writes of a world of slaughter not moral,
where humans too refined for behavior so deplorable.
Plutarch thought “sucking juices and serums” quite out-of-line.
While Franklin and Shakespeare both spoke of mental decline.
Asserting something had lifted - mind that feels clear;
what impact it has – consuming oppression and fear?
Thoreau saw it too, and said as humans progressed,
they would not even consider the intake of flesh.
Tolstoy believed man suppressed highest gains,
with acts of killing and the feast on remains.
“Flesh eating immoral” the exact phrase,
violating true ethics becomes cruel in his ways.
Schweitzer hoping bad habit overcome by thoughtful stance
…that we make the connection and shun ignorance.
Pythagoras said as we massacre others it is ourselves we destroy;
reducing potential to fully reap love and joy.
On principle alone most people agree,
we should not inflict harm or suffering in the absence of need.
But when change is required, resistance often met;
especially when dealing with long-held mindset.
While the groupthink will decry the ‘vegan agenda’
Insistent their thinking but based upon pure propaganda.
People believe themselves ethical, loving and kind.
But many are only fooling their mind.
To be rational is to be vegan, all else psychopath
Violence and suffering, unseen bloodbath.
So VEGAN the choice in my every endeavor,
consistent, rational thinking - happily vegan forever!
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If you are not vegan - get with the rational independent thinkers of the world and go vegan already!!!