Is Monsanto trying to kill off bee colonies in order to introduce a â��new and improvedâ�� species of bee that will only pollinate Monsanto crops?
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by arpitme4 years ago
I believe yes, because killing is itself a violent act and if it is involved in the process of making food, it will definitely makes them more violent.
by mrnasir3 years ago
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_100What Non-Muslims said about Him?http://www.gainpeace.com/index.php?opti … Itemid=105
by Uplifterx4 years ago
I never figured out, despite my experience of living a lifespan of 45 years, why humans kill and torture animals for food. Why do Muslims and Christians still practice killing animals for meat? Is that allowed in their...
by Paul Swendson6 years ago
Is it possible for pro-life and pro-choice people to find any common ground? Too often, the argument becomes fixated on the morality and legality of abortion, which are both worthwhile topics. But in the end, I think...
by bonetta hartig7 years ago
that is what organisations such as Care 2 and the Humane Society of the United States are up against in their fight to stop the slaughter of baby seals for the fur trade in Canada- what are your views on this industry
by Deforest4 years ago
Why would they do that? Necessity to maintain our soldiers' objective, to stand up and kill! Our army reached its top record in July, with 38 deaths. 26 among the active-duty, 12 among the reserve and guard! A 44%...
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