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The Controversy of Valladolid

The Controversy of Valladolid

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Published by Jean-Pierre Latina
Our extraordinary ability to ask questions and find answers gave us a great power on this planet to the point that we consider it belongs to us, it is the creation of a god who put at our disposal, that we can dispose of as we please, to exploit its inexhaustible riches and develop a civilization based on a consumption without brakes.
But these riches are not inexhaustible, starting with air, water and earth. It is imperative that we change the model of développemnt. Proposals environmental movements in their apparent utopian character are the only precisely not to be the only realistic if we want the human species does not disappear. I see the shaking of the shoulders of all those who think we are the alpha and omega of this universe, we're not, any more than bonobos or orangutans or Baka pygmies whose model development based on respect of nature must be an example for us all as models of development of societies once called "primitive" and now correctly classified as of "first" in both senses of the word, temporary but also excellence. We must renew our ties with the Mother Nature we have dangerously weakened. The following text is only just that purpose.
Our extraordinary ability to ask questions and find answers gave us a great power on this planet to the point that we consider it belongs to us, it is the creation of a god who put at our disposal, that we can dispose of as we please, to exploit its inexhaustible riches and develop a civilization based on a consumption without brakes.
But these riches are not inexhaustible, starting with air, water and earth. It is imperative that we change the model of développemnt. Proposals environmental movements in their apparent utopian character are the only precisely not to be the only realistic if we want the human species does not disappear. I see the shaking of the shoulders of all those who think we are the alpha and omega of this universe, we're not, any more than bonobos or orangutans or Baka pygmies whose model development based on respect of nature must be an example for us all as models of development of societies once called "primitive" and now correctly classified as of "first" in both senses of the word, temporary but also excellence. We must renew our ties with the Mother Nature we have dangerously weakened. The following text is only just that purpose.

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Published by: Jean-Pierre Latina on Apr 06, 2011
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The controversy of ValladolidThe pets were tired of living conditionsTo them made by these walking rather than thinking beingsThe menAnd did not stop protesting against the above mentioned conditionsHere is a non exhaustive presentation of their mood and commentsAnd the ensuing controversyWith the wild animalsIn the city of ValladolidBut let us begin with the beginning if possibleAnd at firstDo not see there some precedence or preferenceBy the horseThe most beautiful conquest of walking beings according to their own statementsThat we can discover neighing of satisfactionIn front of the disappearance of the horse butcher's in which it finishedSquared bloody and suspended by legsThen cut into steak, rib steak, and other one delicious piecesTo continue by the oxRuminating its despair  Not to bring himself at a hunger strikeTo have only the skin on bones and no more serveOf minced beef in the first Mc Do of the street corner Then the pigHaving lost its pride to hear proclaim everywhereThat everything is good in itAnd to see itself transformed into sausage, ham, black puddingWithout speaking about its feet prepared to the vinaigrette and its paunch stuffedThen the sheepBleating its rage yes its rage we do not exaggerate Not only to be devoured by wolvesBut also by men from its ribs up to its leg of muttonThen the gooseHaving lost the faith in a GodWho does not prevent the walking beings to force-feed itTo revel in its foie grasThen the duck quackingIt had enough to finish candied in the plate of above-saidThen the pigeon crooningIts will not to be pigenholded as a sucker 
 
Then the turkey gurglingIts protests to no longer be of this famous farce and to no longer be a laughing stock Then the cow bellowingIts refusal to give its famous kick to return the ballAnd we do not continue to break sugar on its back's turnedUnder the pretext it has the habit to making an insidious attack with its kicks in FranceThen the dog barkingAnd swore to stop barkingAt the passage of the caravanProvided the followers of Confucius do not are feasting anymore of itThen the frog croakingThat it was not sure any more to be also proud asIts thighs are appreciated at the point to be considered asDelicious dish by French walking beings that their brood be cursedThen the snail gurglingBy thinking no more than of escaping this beautiful country the FranceWhere after a fast of several daysTo make it disgorge it is washed with plenty water Scalded and prepared according to one thousand recipesThat it did not care whether they are tastyThen the veal mooingThat it would like that men stick to their proverb" Of a veal we hope for an ox and of a hen for an egg "It could so disappear from platesWhere it met itself cut in cutletThen the capon singing its cock-a-doodle-doThat it would still agree to be an eunuch to become a vizier But not to replace the turkey as the main dish in the ChristmasThen, but let us finish this enumerationBecause I hear the recriminations of our academicians of our academyIn front of this continuous continuation of "then" endlessBy the chickenThat we see cacklingAgainst the comments of this king for whom Paris was well worth a massAnd who once became king thanks to his not very Catholic conversion proclaimedAlas alas alas three times alas for our Gallican goose"I do not want there to be so poor peasant in my kingdom thatHe did not every sunday his chicken in the pot "These complaints and protests reached the ears of wild animalsWho summoned pets in the good city of ValladolidFamous for the controversy that opposed among others, Las Casas to SepulvedaWhich leads to the generalization of the slave trade in America,Since there could be no question of turning the Indians into slaves,
 
As proved they were creatures of God in contrast to their similar black The wilds animals told them about these words :What have you gained to accept your tamingOtherwise go from raw meat for the carnivores your brothersIn cooked meat for menComment which provoked the indignation of pets and this retort:If we gained nothingWe lost nothingIsn't it sirs tigers lions wolves and hyenasYou've lost something irreplaceableFreedom Noticed the aforementionedBeautiful freedomThan to be constantly on the alertMade petsTo what the gnu addedI confirmFreedom is hard to bear When we are only food in the eyes of the strongestAs for your freedomIt seems that it does not stop decreasing to the point that if zoos did not existMany of you would have disappeared from this planetAdded petsI confirmOur housing does not stop to shrink It is not more than a pocket handkerchief Approved our gnuWild animals exclaimed:We did not say our last wordIncurring on behalf of pets this fine remark:You can't teach an old dog nor an old monkey new tricksThe gnu says then:I confirmThe men do not usually run with the hare and hunt with the hounds Nor put water in their wine Nor eat humble pieWild animals addressing the gnu:Do not be in a bad mood, do not come to put the ill-feeling between usYou go to be the fall guys ill-feeling or notForecast pets

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ambitious and clever! what a great idea!
mike carvell added this note
we need whole new peoples government thanks
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Thanks for comments
Shyam Adrift added this note
amazing fable Jean!
Carl F Maulbeck added this note
the ox - "Ruminating its despair" and the sheep "Bleating its rage" are perfectly emblemmatic of our harvesting selfishness, and, I love the ending - "We shall know how to take the bull by the horns" - we better, excellent, jean-pierre
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