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Why Do White People Love Animals So Much?
I'm starting to think that it partially stems from a paternalistic or superiority complex, but I really don't get it at all. I honestly find it bizarre at times, and it's led to some rather unpleasant experiences with my Caucasian brethren. And I'm not just talking about the arguments about Mike Vick or Gerald McClellan. There's also the 🤬 who look down on you for not being vegan or vegetarian.
Don't get me wrong. I like animals too but, apparently, just not as much. Lots of white people seem to value animals more than they do humans (nevermind that humans are "animals" too). I hate to say it, but I believe that the life of the worst human is more valuable than the life of the cutest kitten. But these PETA types go hard. I remember being at an anti-terrorism conference and hearing an FBI agent tell the audience that an overwhelming majority of attacks that they have to deal with were not orchestrated by Muslim fanatics but by animal rights extremists.
So what are your thoughts and theories?
Is white people loving animals just a myth?
How do you feel about zoos?
Do you believe in "animal rights"?
What do you think of vegetarianism and veganism?
Is it hypocritical that pets and cute animals (e.g., squirrels) seem to be valued more than "ugly" animals (e.g., rats, which, like squirrels, are rodents) and insects?
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