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To Kill Cow Means to End Human Civilization

To Kill Cow Means to End Human Civilization

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‘We are the masters of the universe and the whole creation is made
to fulfill our whims’ - this misconception will cost humanity dearly.
Today the man is working according to the paradigm that he is the
supreme in creation and he can do whatever he likes. He thinks that
everything has evolved from chaos and there is no body to check on
anything he does. This is a dangerous philosophy, to say the least.
This is a significant shift from the traditional concept of revering the
universe, nature and the Creator.
Today we are treating other life forms just like inert objects, as if
they are devoid of any feelings whatsoever. We are showing
unprecedented cruelty and callousness towards the dumb creation of
God with whom we share this planet. Cruelty has been industrialized,
barbarism has been institutionalized. Today the mistreatment of
animals is phenomenal, unprecedented in human history. The
unspeakable treatment meted out to poor animals before they become
our dinner will never go unpunished by the stringent laws of nature.
This book specifically deals with ‘cow’, the very representative of
the aphonic creation of God, a symbol of selfless service in life and
death. Our attitude towards this important animal will decide our
fate. Strange it may sound or even eccentric, cow will prove to be the
making or breaking point for humanity.
Already we stand at the cross roads today. Dangerous challenges
are staring us in the face today from environmental, ecological, moral,
social, economic and health fronts. Global uncertainties are mounting
and humanity’s future prospects look increasingly bleak.
There is a correlation between cruelty towards animals and wars in
human society. Animal slaughter and violence in human society are
interrelated. 20th century saw the establishment of global networks
in animal products and inhumane factory farming system. At the
same time, 20th century also saw the two most brutal World Wars,
the worst acts of barbarism like holocaust, Gulag Concentration camps,
genocides and atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It was
the bloodiest century in human history. We think this is what prompted
Mahatma Gandhi to say that “Cow-slaughter and man-slaughter
are in my opinion the two sides of the same coin.”
The same sentiments were echoed by George Bernard Shaw, “The
Peace we say we are anxious for? Thus cruelty begets its offspring—
War.”
Cruelty is killing us in many ways. Dr. Neal Barnard says, “The
beef industry has contributed to more American deaths than all the
wars of this century, all natural disasters, and all automobile accidents
combined. If beef is your idea of "real food for real people", you"d better
live real close to a real good hospital.”
‘We are the masters of the universe and the whole creation is made
to fulfill our whims’ - this misconception will cost humanity dearly.
Today the man is working according to the paradigm that he is the
supreme in creation and he can do whatever he likes. He thinks that
everything has evolved from chaos and there is no body to check on
anything he does. This is a dangerous philosophy, to say the least.
This is a significant shift from the traditional concept of revering the
universe, nature and the Creator.
Today we are treating other life forms just like inert objects, as if
they are devoid of any feelings whatsoever. We are showing
unprecedented cruelty and callousness towards the dumb creation of
God with whom we share this planet. Cruelty has been industrialized,
barbarism has been institutionalized. Today the mistreatment of
animals is phenomenal, unprecedented in human history. The
unspeakable treatment meted out to poor animals before they become
our dinner will never go unpunished by the stringent laws of nature.
This book specifically deals with ‘cow’, the very representative of
the aphonic creation of God, a symbol of selfless service in life and
death. Our attitude towards this important animal will decide our
fate. Strange it may sound or even eccentric, cow will prove to be the
making or breaking point for humanity.
Already we stand at the cross roads today. Dangerous challenges
are staring us in the face today from environmental, ecological, moral,
social, economic and health fronts. Global uncertainties are mounting
and humanity’s future prospects look increasingly bleak.
There is a correlation between cruelty towards animals and wars in
human society. Animal slaughter and violence in human society are
interrelated. 20th century saw the establishment of global networks
in animal products and inhumane factory farming system. At the
same time, 20th century also saw the two most brutal World Wars,
the worst acts of barbarism like holocaust, Gulag Concentration camps,
genocides and atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It was
the bloodiest century in human history. We think this is what prompted
Mahatma Gandhi to say that “Cow-slaughter and man-slaughter
are in my opinion the two sides of the same coin.”
The same sentiments were echoed by George Bernard Shaw, “The
Peace we say we are anxious for? Thus cruelty begets its offspring—
War.”
Cruelty is killing us in many ways. Dr. Neal Barnard says, “The
beef industry has contributed to more American deaths than all the
wars of this century, all natural disasters, and all automobile accidents
combined. If beef is your idea of "real food for real people", you"d better
live real close to a real good hospital.”

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