Human Liberation. . .

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32 Responses to “Human Liberation. . .”

  1. Blow me Says:

    You suck.

  2. blah Says:

    they’re not force to live there…

  3. Col. Sanders Says:

    You have a logic deficiency.

  4. The Cow Says:

    Affordable living is nothing to protest

  5. we all suck Says:

    @col. sanders
    ..and i had yo momma’s logic deficiency 5 times the other night

  6. Jack black Says:

    ^^^^^TARD^^^^^

  7. Idiots Says:

    They’re not forced to live there? If they had a real choice, i.e. the money (in a world where the ability to choose=the amount of cash you have access to), do you think they would live there?

    And the original post says nothing about “force”. But you should read up on the ways that capital makes our decisions for us, the grand “invisible hand” that slaps people like this in the face every single day.

  8. Priss Says:

    I agree entirely. When did chickens become more valuable than humans?

    I’m only eating one of these things. Guess which one can’t live inside the city?

  9. ryan Says:

    My friend perhaps you should read The Wealth of Nations before you comment on it, it is very clear the invisible hand is not allowed to guide capital where these homes are.

    Also, I don’t care about chickens, they are so stupid they drown in the rain sometimes. I am glad we eat so many of them.

  10. Rumpelstilzchen Says:

    “they’re not force to live there…”

    “Affordable living is nothing to protest”

    …say the people that are more than likely upper-middle class and/or dependent on their parents. Or, in other words, completely disconnected from the people who actually have legitimate financial problems. The fact is, a large population of the world live in sub-standard housing, and people would rather focus on the woes of a mere chicken, rather than a poor family in a third world country. I guess it’s not trendy to stand up for people that can’t help themselves, but refusing to eat an animal that would otherwise not exist if not for our consumption is definitely important.

  11. love Says:

    LOVE!

  12. Desesperated european Says:

    Thx for the post.

    Feeling quite sorry for those other commenters from the modern dark ages…
    May the coming crisis of their lifestyle and ideology help them realize what Life is about…

  13. james Says:

    I for one agree, those chickens live horrible lives, and so do those poor mexicans. I say, FREE THEM ALL!

  14. cartman Says:

    True. Fuck chickens, I get jammed into a train every day, into sweaty armpits and BO. And those flats are nothing to do with the free market – that’s the most obvious example of state-funded housing you’ll ever see.

  15. David Says:

    photoshopped

  16. Stop reproducing, naked monkeys. Says:

    The difference is, if a chicken could do whatever it wanted, it would just peck around and do nothing to harm others. If humans were liberated to such a point, we’d rape and pillage and suck all the oil out of the earth.

    Save the chickens, eat humans.

  17. Time Says:

    unfortunately chickens are a commodity

  18. chicken truth Says:

    cocks left alone try to kill each other

  19. human truth Says:

    @chicken truth:
    it shouldn’t need to be pointed out that human cocks when left alone also try to kill each other…

  20. AW Says:

    @Rumpelstilzchen

    “The fact is, a large population of the world live in sub-standard housing, and people would rather focus on the woes of a mere chicken, rather than a poor family in a third world country. I guess it’s not trendy to stand up for people that can’t help themselves, but refusing to eat an animal that would otherwise not exist if not for our consumption is definitely important.”

    Says the guy with massive prejudice against vegetarians. Since when does being a vegetarian mean you can’t empathise with the third-world? In fact, by eating meat you’re supporting an industry that is so intrinsically corrupt that it will shit all over the sanctity of life – both human and animal – your diet does more damage than you know.

    Also, what the fuck are you on about when you say “I guess it’s not trendy to stand up for people that can’t help themselves” ? That shit has always been trendy. What has fashion got to do with anything anyway? People can act like anything for superficial reasons, it’s no reason in of itself to dismiss the cause.

  21. Chuck Says:

    @AW

    “Says the guy with massive prejudice against vegetarians. Since when does being a vegetarian mean you can’t empathise with the third-world?”

    I wouldn’t say the post held prejudice towards vegetarians. If it held prejudice, it certainly wasn’t “massive.” That’s just an exaggeration. The prejudice is directed at those who would be quicker to defend chickens against the meat industry, rather than defending their fellow man against a corrupt world. It would also be important to point out that those who whole-heartedly empathize with animals used for consumption (be it for meat, milk or eggs), continue to contribute to the problem, rather than alleviate it. Chickens farmed specifically for their eggs do not live any better than those used for their meat – their lives are just longer. Milk cows are not treated much better. There is always an exception to the rule, and private farms can produce such goods in a manner as ethical as possible. The choice to consume the eggs and milk from such farms would then not be a moral one, but an economic one.

    The names of posters above implied that there was a specific “choice” to living in a third world country, or living in impoverished conditions. In many cases, these people have as much “choice” as the animals being farmed for goods. Unless speaking ironically, they determined that those in impoverished nations are “not forced to live there,” making their issue much less serious than that of the chickens. If the population refuses to help their fellow man achieve better living conditions, then it will be impossible to achieve the number of people interested in improving animal life, in order to truly make a difference.

  22. Wakaa Says:

    the ppl who wrote the first few post are retards who probably dont even know what poverty is, and that the west is partly responsible for what is happening in 3rd world countries

  23. Anonymous Says:

    “When did chickens become more valuable than humans?”

    So why are humans more valuable than chickens? We hurt the world and the environment a lot more than the chickens ever will.

  24. avisioncame Says:

    The irony of it is that where those people live, chickens probably roam the streets.

  25. paul Says:

    get over it people chickens are friggin FOOD eat em and forget about where they live…worry about the people

    I am all for PETA people eating tasty animals..after all the real PETA folks take your money and kill your dog

  26. manyolk Says:

    Photoshopped. I can tell from the pixels, plus I’ve seen a few ‘shops in my day.

  27. Squirtle Says:

    I could care less about the chickens, but, I saw the picture of the houses on some site and i guess it essentially was a group of house that got taken over and run by criminals after some war (it was in Asia but i don’t remember where)and built on to over time. The government didn’t want to do any thing about it because it was such a big problem so they just left it for many years and eventually they came in a tore it all down. but yeah… chickens seriously?

  28. Adam Says:

    Listen, you cn care about people in other countries starving and being in terrible living situations and also care about the chickens. Stop eating them, let their unnatural race go extinct, and end the suffering that didn’t have to be.

  29. Steve the Zombie Says:

    lol, shit happens. day in, day out and the world continues as is. We will always be plagued with overcrowding, poverty, and animal cruelty. oh well

    [link to some dumb website removed by bored automated dumb website removal automatron]

  30. who gives a shit Says:

    wow…im suprised im even writing anything on this. fuck chickens and people.
    1.chicken tastes awesome
    2.people are douche bags
    3.move the fuck on

  31. Pissed Ninja Says:

    I would just like to point out: While the West is the cause for some of the problems in the third world, a lot is caused by their leaders. Also, people forget that shit happens here, too. People on the street sell themselves for drugs and food. 10+ people to a room in flats/apartments/houses that aren’t fit for living in. People being nibbled at by rats because they’re too high or drunk or even beaten to do anything. Yet people concern themselves with food. It’s fucking food. I’m going to eat a chicken sandwhich tomorrow becase a) it tastes good and b) it’s fucking cheap. Compred to the “food” that animal rights activists want us to eat. If people really want to help, they should be a bit fucking nicer to each other and stop telling people what they should and shouldn’t do.

  32. Sardonicus Says:

    These comments are tl;dr but what I saw before they started boring me was a bunch of bullshit about how “oh they’re not forced to live there” and “if they had a real choice (i.e. money) do you think they would?”

    I’m sure a long ethical/moral debate raged but I have two things to say about it (though I didn’t read it):

    1. It’s their own damn fault they don’t have the money to get a better place. If they weren’t weak and feeble, they could have used cunning ingenuity to get ahead. Whoever is running the shit hole they’re in got to the top some way, and it damn sure was probably by cheating. Either way, the others had their choice.

    2. Simple solution to problems like overpopulation that nobody will use. Genocide. Kill off all the stupid and ignorant lazy pieces of shit (and there is a lot) and you won’t have as much of a problem as this.

    By the way, don’t call me redundant for saying “stupid and ignorant” – those two words have two different meanings. SUCK MY NUTS BIOTCH!

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