Re: Theos-World Re: Whale slaughter...please enter "blog" comment.
Feb 10, 2008 04:43 AM
by Cass Silva
The Australians are taking the evidence to the International Courts.
Richard Semock <email@example.com> wrote:
Someone mentioned earlier that there is video exposing the Jap ships
that are slaughtering whales so the expose part has been taken care
of and now all we have to do if I hear you right, is sit back and let
nature take the proper course of action. I don't mind waiting, I can
use the time to read thru the SD a couple more times, what do you
plan to do while you are waiting.
I have to admit tho that I feel somewhat like a dharma bum in this
scenario and I don't think the whales will like this plan none too
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Martin <Mvandertak@...> wrote:
> Check out the letter of the Maha Chohan, its all laid
> out there...
> On war you can go short: don't support people who kill
> or who want to kill.
> No harmonic/loving mind would want to kill, the other
> minds should be locked up.
> Thou shall not kill, not even the air you breathe:
> when breathing out you could think I am nature owned,
> when I breathe I give life and renew what is
> Even the worst enemies of humanity shouldn't be
> killed, since nature ( who is the one who actually
> decides when some1 or something has to die)has a
> special treatment for them...you just track the
> enemies down and expose them, thats all.
> --- MKR <mkr777@...> wrote:
> > While we speak of the cruelty to animals, we should
> > also keep in mind the
> > maiming, death and destruction casued in wars and
> > sacrificing of healthy
> > young men and women for the sake of "world peace",
> > "national security",
> > "democrary", "freedom", "emancipation of women" etc.
> > Also when we look at
> > people (even theosophists) who organize
> > treatments/therapies for those
> > coming back from war with mental problems, these are
> > the same people who say
> > not a word about the war itself which is the root
> > cause of all these
> > suffering. This reminds me of the comments of Ted
> > Turner, the guy who
> > started CNN said before the war -- it is the dumbest
> > thing to do and he
> > repeated it even recently.
> > mkr
> > On 2/9/08, adelasie <adelasie@...> wrote:
> > >
> > > Interesting comparison, Cass,
> > >
> > > ...as barbaric as a savage eating the heart of a
> > lion to transfer its
> > > strength to the eater.
> > >
> > > The "savages" might have known more than we do
> > about the unity of all
> > > life. To pray to the animal to come so that the
> > people might be fed,
> > > or the courage might be shared, to use all the
> > parts of the animal
> > > for goods that would be made by hand, the only
> > source of such goods,
> > > to express gratitude to the animal for its
> > sacrifice, to face the
> > > animal on foot with hand made weapons, this
> > presents quite a
> > > different scenario. Now we use technology to
> > create weapons that no
> > > animal could survive. Do we use all the parts of
> > the animal and waste
> > > nothing? Do we express our gratitude to another
> > life form for its
> > > sacrifice that we may live? Do we kill an animal
> > so that our tribe
> > > can survive? Or are we motivated by profit above
> > all?
> > >
> > > It seems reasonable to realize that the Japanese
> > are not the only
> > > nation engaged in some such activity. Maybe we are
> > the "savages."
> > >
> > > Adelasie
> > >
> > >
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been
> > removed]
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