Its all very well to love animals . We all should . More deeply than most Greens, we should make decisions to prevent cruelty to animals . The severity of our emotions on this severe enough to cause us to stall . Yet we are called sometimes to intervene near the end of life .
I am sure the Greens get the simple bit about no cruelty- we all do . Trouble is they go no further with the deeper business of how . They simply don't think deeply about nature in the raw - the real world they so claim to love . Love is a lie if its blind . Living with animals is hard esp dealing with death. To be good cosnservationists we must complete the cycle ; complete the picture : deal with death
Many now even outside the circle are pretending to be worried about the suffering of well fed sheep on a cruise when thousands of kangaroos are dying of starvation in our outback -- right now --this is just plain hypocrisy and a failure to weigh up the facts in each case .
The greens are in denial about death and the big picture . If you are going to love nature to death you have to accept bloody tooth and claw.
Their heavenly minded blinkeredness makes them attractive to many who, too, want to not live in the real world ,
Some young people , thankfully , are not fooled by Green labor's heavenly minded stupidity. To care properly is to care about death
Joel Fitzibbon is like the witless Shusalesman and Bill Shorten; unfit for office for identifying himself with the careless call to ban live sheep trade; To dice what little integrity he has to try and get a few votes.