About

 I am strongly opposed to oppression, injustice and exploitation whether it is implemented, against animals, humans, or the earth.
 
I blog for social justice, for animal rights and for animal and human liberation and will write about whatever I consider important or interesting within the remit of my worldview.

Read More:
Introduction https://rantingsfromavirtualsoapbox.wordpress.com/2013/02/14/introduction/

 

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15 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi I think there is a problem with the email Address on your sheep site. Tried to leave a comment and got a bounce back message. Anyhooo. Eating animals isn’t all bad. Compassion is a beautiful thing but sometimes people twist themselves in knots over not being cruel to animals and loving nature, when they really just get more alienated and controlling and removed from nature. There has to be a middle road. There is a lot of suffering in the world but compulsory organic tofu burgers from the amazon aren’t the answer… A bit obtuse I know. Sorry. Just wanted to let you know there is a problem with the email at your very interesting sheep love site

    • Thanks for letting me know about my sheep web site e-mail problems .Also thank you for a very interesting comment. Maybe centuries ago eating animals couldn’t be avoided but now it is not necessary and is cruel, there is nothing natural about factory farming. Also man is not naturally a meat eater if he where he would not need to cook his food. Also If meat eating was natural man would not need any implement to catch his food, he would have the natural anatomy as does a lion or a wolf for instance. It is believed that humans began to eat animals during the ice age though I can’t vouch for the validity of that. Personally I think every creature has a right to life and we no longer need to eat meat, so avoiding doing so is best for the animals and best for us and the planet. As for the “organic tofu burgers from the amazon” I appreciate that is a problem which needs addressing as does the destruction of the rain forest to provide land to grow crops for farm animals . Appreciate your comments about my website, thank you.

  2. Hi! I just found your blog and am loving it. I am a new to blogging myself but we have very similar interests. If you fancy popping over to my blog I would be honored. Looking forward to catching up with all your posts! Always, Stop & Think, Sara

    • Hi Sara,

      Thank you for your encouraging comments and for visiting my blog. I look forward to reading your blog and will check it out as soon as possible in the next few days.

  3. Have recently stumbled upon your website, “Think Differently About Sheep” and found it a great resource.
    I tried to contact you directly through your eMail, “barley77@aol.com” but my message was returned undeliverable.

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