Speech Essay

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Today we are going to talk about the forgotten victims of the world - animals. And the old addiction and most powerful in the world - meat. I'm not trying to push you to your religion. There is no religion that makes eating meat The golden rule: Do unto others what you would not do yourself. Animals come under the category of others. Thou shalt not kill I have some rhetorical questions for you: Is slavery - owner, victim, space, control - exclusive to the human race? Do blacks, Jews, women and children were the only victims of these atrocities? Do cows are enslaved? What about the pigs, chickens, turkeys, fish, sheep? If you are not enslaved, so what are they? Free? Is slavery may be a victim is not human and not animal? Are the oceans, forests, land itself is not also become victims of ownership? What about a slaughterhouse? Do you really think there is such thing as humane slaughter? Except for Other physical and psychological abuse, torture, dismemberment and murder, What else do you think happens to animals in a slaughterhouse? Each year in America, without mercy, we kill 10 billion land animals and 18 billion sea animals. Not for health, life, survival or self-defense. People eat meat, cheese, milk and eggs for four reasons: 1. Custom, 2. Tradition, 3. Convenience, 4. Taste. I'm trying to understand the people, who want to be involved in this, really, But to put a sticker on the coexistence of your car, Put a bracelet with a caption asking what Jesus would do, Or wear a shirt of peace, love and sunshine - this was not being involved. I understand we all journey in life, we all have things we like and things we do not like, different nationalities and religions, but there is one thing that should be shared between us all that peace. True compassion and true peace to our neighbors to the planet. Unlike political and

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