O Anna Niemus


Hitler And Churchill


Peter Singer, Jewish animal rights activist, was asked about
Hitler's vegetarianism and he replied
'If Hitler had a nose should I cut off my own? '

Hitler banned vivisection, was a vegetarian, and
one of his last acts was to release animals from the Berlin Zoo
during Churchill's bombing

However

1. Hitler supplied meat to the German army...
killing billions of animals for this
2. Hitler's bombs destroyed billions of animals as well as people
3. Hitler's tanks drove over nesting birds, toads, sapling trees

History is full of individuals who can bomb and burn by the billions
and yet can like Churchill instruct a butler to put a ladybug outside
or like Hitler love nonverbal beings.

We are all walking temples of God, whether we are young souls,
green sour hard fruit, or older souls, sweet ripe fruit.

Submitted: Thursday, July 24, 2008

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