About hunting and meat

About hunting and meat

Hunting in eu

About hunting and meat

Theodor Heuss (1884 – 1963), the first president of the Federal Republic of Germany:
“Hunting is just a cowardly description of a particularly cowardly murder of a fellow human being that has no chance. Hunting is a secondary form of human mental illness.”

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749 – 1832), German poet:
“Hunting is always some form of war.”

Leo Tolstoy (1828 – 1910), Russian writer:
“From killing an animal to killing a human being is only one step.”

Psychologist Kellert:
“Hunters need hunting to suppress their feelings of insecurity, frustration, inferiority and lack of self-confidence in the death of the animal.”

Alexander von Humboldt (1769 – 1859), German naturalist:
“Where one hunter lives, there can live ten shepherds, a hundred cultivators and a thousand gardeners. Cruelty to animals cannot exist even with true education or true learning. This is one of the most characteristic burdens of a backward and ignoble people.”

Prof. dr. Hubertus Mynarek (*1929), German humanist and church critic, author of books:
“The slaughter of animals, these concentration camps, which have existed for centuries, have fundamentally distorted the ‘mother Church’.”

Lao Tzu (ca. 3rd – 4th century BC), Chinese philosopher:
“Be kind to people, to plants and to animals! Do not persecute either people or animals, nor inflict pain on them.”

Helmut Kaplan (*1952), German philosopher:
“We don’t need any new morality for animals. We just need to stop arbitrarily excluding animals from existing moral norms.”

Prof. dr. Hubertus Mynarek:
“True Christianity can and must live without meat. Namely, how can a person direct and realize his humanity, his humanity, his perfection, if at the same time he knows that our brothers and sisters, animals, are being killed? If animals are slaughtered, it is impossible to achieve a higher spiritual level.”

Unknown author:
“Eating meat is meal suicide.”

Leonardo da Vinci:
“We live off the deaths of others. We are traveling graveyards

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