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Student Org ‘Students Opposing Speciesism’ Wants to End ‘Human Supremacy’

Student Org ‘Students Opposing Speciesism’ Wants to End ‘Human Supremacy’

“Speciesism is defined by SOS as ‘the belief that all other animal species are inferior to humans,’ but SOS seeks to it that ‘all animals deserve equal respect and consideration.'”

Um, what? Yes, PETA backs this student organization that has been growing on college campuses.

I mean, we with cats know they own us, but still!

From Campus Reform:

Students Opposing Speciesism (SOS) is a quickly growing organization in the U.S. and Canada that aims to achieve “total animal liberation” and opposes “human supremacy.”

Backed by PETA and run by students aged 13 to 24, the organization has seven registered “hubs” on college campuses, including UC Davis, UT Austin, the University of Maryland, and others.

Speciesism is defined by SOS as “the belief that all other animal species are inferior to humans,” but SOS seeks to it that “all animals deserve equal respect and consideration.”

“[I]n the ways that matter the most, [animals and people] are all the same,” their website states.

As an example of speciesism, SOS cites the cruelty towards chicken embryos in the meat industry.

Back in April, SOS placed an undercover worker in a hatchery. SOS writes on its Instagram that the undercover worker “described the nightmare the embryos were subjected to.”

“One moment they were curled up, warm and secure, inside an eggshell—the next, they were on the floor, under the heel of a boot, or drowning in a bucket of rotten egg waste and the putrid remains of their siblings,” according to the undercover worker, “…before being trucked off to be raised and slaughtered for their flesh.”

The treatment of chicken embryos in hatcheries described by SOS closely resembles the treatment of human embryos in the abortion industry.

Testimonies of past abortion providers describe the mangled bodies of babies before they are sold to Tissue Procurement Organizations.

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Could we have a spinoff version of Naked and Afraid, where the contestants aren’t volunteers but are drugged and transported, unconscious, to wake up on the show set, there to determine for themselves and the audience whether or not human supremacy is a worthwhile concept?

Our future world leaders, ladies and gentlemen… /eyeroll

The Gentle Grizzly | August 25, 2022 at 5:13 pm

Initiation to the group is to spend in the zoo’s cat house display of African felines. On the feline side of the bars.

“all animals deserve equal respect and consideration.”

I wonder if they’re going to protest against efforts to control malaria mosquitos and Guinea worms in Africa.

George_Kaplan | August 25, 2022 at 6:26 pm

Odds are SOS would defend the treatment of aborted babies.

So the leftists are abandoning Darwin and the theory of evolution?

But, but, science!!!

It is our duty to survive long enough to procreate. Lesser species, and lesser individuals from our own species are to be competed against!!

Winner take all; eat or be eaten.

JackinSilverSpring | August 25, 2022 at 11:39 pm

These people are in an institution of higher learning.? Yeah, they should be in an institution, the kind that makes sure you’re not a threat to yourself or anyone else.

More languages on ballots.

… some are more equal.

Replace”dog eat dog” with “they/them eats they/them.”

Here is the audio for an excellent lecture regarding whether animals are equal in value to human beings. It demonstrates the extent to which children have been indoctrinated, and the resulting cognitive dissonance.

https://ecommons.cornell.edu/handle/1813/7681

The audio for the entire course is here:

https://blogs.cornell.edu/envirobaer/religion-ethics-and-the-environment/

Can’t wait to give up my house for the oppressed Japanese beetles that I gassed this year to protect my trees.

Fine, let’s put all in a pit or whatever w/hungry lions, rampaging Rhinos, stampeding elephants, & super venomous snakes. See how that works out.

    90A in reply to 90A. | August 26, 2022 at 9:32 pm

    And they want us to forgive their student loans or else pay it off for them. Sheeeeeese…….

run by students aged 13 to 24? That’s age discrimination against us old dogs!

I asked my cat what his pronouns are, and not only did he? not reply, he? looked at me like I was stupid.