If Hell Really Does Exist Most Humans In The World Probably End Up There!
An Animal Rights Article from All-Creatures.org


Arthur Poletti
January 2009

Are you one of the millions of callous, unaware, delusional, brain dead, immune from empathy, ill-fated humans in the world that willingly and thoughtlessly condones and supports some or most of the massive, completely unnecessary hideous forms of never ending torture and brutal premature deaths of millions of precious creatures every day?

The most repulsive, gruesome, unimaginable tragedies that happen every day are overwhelmingly supported by most people in the world, including most religious and government leaders. The never ending worst possible kinds of completely unnecessary forms of cruelty and sufferings forced upon the innocent, helpless, animal race represent the worst crimes in history.

Wise up now!! Do not be unwilling or reluctant to know the real truth. Become aware now of why you and those whom you love should not participate, support, promote, or condone any of the many different types of despicable and sickening forms of cruelty to animals.

You might be shocked to know that in the United States alone approximately 660,000 animals are killed for meat every hour. A surprising quantity of animal flesh is consumed. The average American consumes in a 72 year lifetime approximately 11 cattle, 3 lambs and sheep, 23 hogs, 45 turkeys, 1100 chickens and 862 pounds of fish. Bon appetite! Published by: Himalayan Academy, California & Hawaii

“While we ourselves are the living graves of murdered beasts, how can we expect any ideal conditions on this earth?” George Bernard Shaw

Please read the article and view the video below revealing some of the many manmade disgustingly cruel forms of torture and death to millions of precious and irreplaceable animals every day and than ask yourself do you really want to continue supporting any of this? Do you really think that in the end you will get away with it?

Arthur is the author of the short story "God Does Not Eat Meat" that you can read here."

Watch A Sacred Duty, produced by Emmy-Award-winning producer, director, writer, and cinematographer Lionel Friedberg. A Sacred Duty will take its place alongside Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth" and Leonardo di Caprio's "The Eleventh Hour" as another powerful expose on the dangers of global warming. However, it goes beyond the latter two films, by showing how religious responses can make a major difference and why a shift toward plant-based diets is an essential part of efforts to reduce global climate change and other environmental threats.

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