Killing a human is typically regarded as humane *only* when that human is in so much pain (and, often, inevitably moving towards death) that they *want* to die, in which case the act of killing becomes merciful. Yet when people are talking about nonhuman animals, killing is somehow morally permissible if you're inflicting death upon someone living a "good life". Do you see what I'm getting at? Think about it: how can you extend to animals the right to live "happy lives" while denying them the right to live in the first place? Doesn't that strike you as incredibly counter-intuitive? It should, because it makes no fucking sense.
Nonvegans, animals in so-called "humane" farms still suffer a great deal, but even if we pretend for a second that there's a farm out there where animals don't suffer at all (and, just to be clear, no such farm exists in the real world), can't you see how the act of killing is harmful in itself, even without being accompanied by suffering? How can killing in the name of palate pleasure ever be regarded as "humane"? And much more fundamentally, how can slavery ever be carried out humanely? And, yes, I've just used the word "slavery". The process whereby sentient beings are commodified isn't called "farming"; it's called SLAVERY.
If you think about all the excuses you're currently using to justify your refusal to go vegan, you'll realize that none of them make sense. Your excuses don't make sense, and neither does your belief that humans are superior to all other sentient beings with whom we're supposed to be sharing this planet. Reject all that senseless violence and discrimination, and go vegan today.
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