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#1 Old 10-12-2007, 04:04 AM
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Human societies can't function without the slaughtering industries.



Animals aren't wasted at least, they're put to good use. 98% of the animal is used, and its purpose fulfilled. 55 percent of animals in the industries go towards meat and dairy, whereas 43 percent goes toward every day products including some of the following and many more items.



Book binding (synthetic glue used for binding is insoluble making recycling impossible)

Wallpaper

Paint

Rubber

Plastic

Pasta

Margarine

Most salad dressings

Sugar

Maple syrup

Beer

Wine

Cardboard

Cellophane

Wax paper

Ink

Carpet

Drywall

Your refrigerator

Asphalt

Concrete

Steel

Latex

X-ray film

Thermometers

Paper

Electrical circuitry

Toner for the photocopier

Fuel

Fire extinguishers

Photographic and movie film

Medicines

Paintbrushes

Musical instruments

Soap, shampoo, conditioner



Also the organic industry is based around manure as fertilizer harvested from cattle farms where the cattle are slaughtered. It's all bought from slaughter houses, Without slaughterhouses, there would be no "organic" fruits and veggies, and things like DHT would still be poisoning us.



Recycling of paper could NOT happen without glue made from animal products because the glue in paper products like envelopes and books has to be animal-derived to be soluble in water, otherwise they would just pile up in landfills. Also, animal-based products are naturally bio-degradable, which synthetic materials are not. So without slaughterhouses, it would not be possible for companies to produce these bio-degradable items, like paper.



Every time you print or write something on paper, every time you eat an organic vegetable, every time you have a tooth x-ray or pack up your stuff to move in boxes, or have something dry-cleaned, you are using animal-based products bought from slaughterhouses.



Even alternative fuels (corn-based oils) are fertilized with cow manure purchased from slaughterhouses.



All of these thing require continuous slaughtering of animals, period.
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#2 Old 10-12-2007, 04:19 AM
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Go back over that list and show me 1 item which cant be imitated or made without the use of animals.
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#3 Old 10-12-2007, 04:23 AM
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Recycling of paper could NOT happen without glue made from animal products because the glue in paper products like envelopes and books has to be animal-derived to be soluble in water, otherwise they would just pile up in landfills. Also, animal-based products are naturally bio-degradable, which synthetic materials are not. So without slaughterhouses, it would not be possible for companies to produce these bio-degradable items, like paper.



humans can put man on the moon but not create glue without animal derivatives?
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#4 Old 10-12-2007, 05:16 AM
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JJJ should turn themself in to their nearest slaughterhouse so they won't be wasted!
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#5 Old 10-12-2007, 05:22 AM
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Interesting first post.

"and I stand

upon a mountain

made of weak and useless men"

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#6 Old 10-12-2007, 05:23 AM
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Hmm, yes, I beleive the same reasoning was used to try and justify human slavery once. People claiming that society would fall appart if it were abolished.

"Through the centuries, we have projected onto the wolf the qualities we most despise and fear in ourselves." ~ Barry Lopez.
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#7 Old 10-12-2007, 06:33 AM
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I hate wallpaper.
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