Ami Niglöv and Hasan Qela from the association of Animal rights calls on the us in a letter to the editor on the DN View, to celebrate an animal-friendly easter by foregoing eggs for the vegetarian options. They argue that the conscience feels better when no animals need to be tormented and die.
Debattörernas involvement in the issue of animals in the egg industry shines through. It really is wonderful to people who care about animals and are willing to spend on their diet for the animals ' sake.
But I have no problem with my conscience when I eat eggs. I talked with my family and no one had noted no remorse in connection with either eggs or meat. It samvetsproblem that the debaters are trying to solve does not exist.
the tone is typical of animal rights activists. They are trying to change society on the level of the individual. We have on the individual solved literally zero problems in the society.
Take smoking for example. Society with common political solutions as the tobacco tax, rökrutor, a ban on smoking in the tavern and the age limit reduced consumption of tobacco.
I agree with the debaters about what is happening in the egg industry is terrible and that the whole industry should be shut down. The sooner, the better. But even I feel a few pangs when I eat eggs.
started advocating common solutions and push politicians to impose them would transition into a botanical society go much faster.