Saiom Shriver

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ZZ Was Hitler A Vegetarian

Jonathan Kellerman's creation, the detective
Milo Sturgis, states that Hitler was a vegetarian.
That is true, and yet he killed more animals than
.99999999999999999999% of humanity. He provided
animal flesh for the generals and other guests
of his dinner table. He provided slaughtered animals'
meat for the entire German army. His tanks crushed
nesting birds, gophers, rabbits, chipmunks, squirrels
etc. while destroying their homes. He ordered the bombing
of millions of civilians with the collateral damage of trillions of animals, birds, frogs, bumblebees. T Raber has cited the millions of
pets abandoned when their human companions were sent to
concentration camps.

All those who wage war on other countries, provinces, tribes are responsible for the deaths besides of human beings of numberless animals. All who wage war harm innocents.

Submitted: Thursday, July 31, 2014
Edited: Friday, August 01, 2014

Topic of this poem: war and peace

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