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Teenage Girl 22/06/29(Wed)15:01 No. 24870 ID: 685988

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One of the biggest bourgeois things that has plagued the modern (or rather POST-Modern) world is dog culture.

No other animal on earth gets more blind support for merely existing than dogs.
Cats are beloved too, but they're subject to disdain. In fact, cats are the only beings, after children in which comical abuse towards in fiction is allowed.

Misopedia is a very popular sentiment in the west, especially America and UK.
Yet, dogs are just like children: loud, messy, stinky.

But even worse: they shed, eat garbage and bodily waste, and may chase after anything that moves.

But yet, these antics of the dogs are worshipped as cute by humans.
Yet, if kids acted like that, people would consider that as "lack of discipline".

But that's not all.
While dogs are chaotic , they are the biggest victims of dog culture.

They're forcefully bred in puppy Mills.
They're neutered and given strict training
Then, if they're brought, they're locked away on chains in the backyard.
If they're indoor type, they're not allowed outside by themselves.
They cannot use the toilet or shower nor feed themselves, yet they're not allowed to even be roaming the streets by themselves.

Although post-90s America has become very lax on dogs in public spaces, they're also become more possessive of dogs freedom of range.
Helicopter parenting is not just affecting children. It's now a dilemma for domestic dogs.

And as misopedia is becoming more normalized to the point of legality, dogs are being allowed to substitute as children, with all the lack of social independence they suffer.

But also, more than that is general misanthropy that dog culture encourages.

Here in burgerland, people will stop for a dog running across the road, but not for a human.
Men often buy dogs to get attention from women.
Especially if said dogs are those notorious small dogs.

(I actually had a boomer friend whom used to carry his two pet Chihuahuas on the public bus to get attention from any female passerby. I fucking hated that, feeling bad for those poor doggos stick in small cage all fucking day. I used to play with them alot.)

People think that dislike of dogs is sociopathy or signs of delinquency.
People think dogs having their own social media page is cute.

I can go on and on about the absurdities of dog culture, but I leave you with this.

Dog spelled backwards is God.
And Westerners, especially Angloids, have made dogs their god because doggos are the most easily malleable creatures.
You don't have to do much get them to like you other than be forceful. They willingly sacrifice any common sense or shred of differing opinion for their master.
Only an antisocial breed of human would love dogs more than their fellow man because of that.

DOG CULTURE IS SLAVERY:https://youtu.be/2Ao_GKW97hM

Teenage Girl 22/06/29(Wed)15:29 No. 24871 ID: 7d197c

anon what

Teenage Girl 22/06/29(Wed)17:55 No. 24873 ID: 272320

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Under Capitalism all animals become commodified for consumption. Not just dogs, though, they might be the most obvious and overt examples. Animals under capitalism are ment to be objects not living beings.

Teenage Girl 22/06/29(Wed)19:49 No. 24878 ID: 685988

Ironically, eating dogs and cats is labeled animal abuse in the west.

Teenage Girl 22/06/30(Thu)04:40 No. 24880 ID: 838b0b

anon, it's typically seen as only chinese who eat cats and dogs. It's because they're cannibals as their culture is connected to underground societies from pre-flood.

Teenage Girl 22/06/30(Thu)16:16 No. 24884 ID: 86a54c

>underground societies from pre-flood.

You talking about the Nephilim?

And why are the Chinese considered cannibals for eating cats and dogs?
Horses, oxen, donkeys, etc have helped humans for centuries.
Yet, they're slaughtered for meat or medicine.
What have dogs and cats done for humans other than mere pest control?

Teenage Girl 22/07/01(Fri)02:28 No. 24895 ID: 8e548a


>What have dogs and cats done for humans other than mere pest control?

You normally paste based as fuck shit on here, but I think you're looking at this from the wrong angle. You could easily simplify any animal's value to human society. Plus, dogs are usually more trustworthy than humans. Shit, a dog won't care if you're white or black or whatever.

Teenage Girl 22/07/01(Fri)15:04 No. 24899 ID: 1d9273

>What have dogs and cats done for humans other than mere pest control?

Companionship? Not to mention dogs definitely helped our ancestors to hunt. On top of that, cats were worshipped in ancient Egypt. You do realize it's possible to develop bonds with animals just like we do with other humans? Goddamn, anon, grow some empathy.

Teenage Girl 22/07/01(Fri)15:40 No. 24900 ID: 538147

I never said no, but the problem is: people give too much credit to cats and dogs while neglecting other animals.
Yes, I said dogs helped hunt and yes, Egyptians have worshipped cats, but, dogs and cats are given too much attention while horses, donkeys, cows, pigs, birds, etc are seen as meat, and nothing else.

Teenage Girl 22/07/02(Sat)02:01 No. 24902 ID: 2c5d28

>Horses, oxen, donkeys, etc have helped humans for centuries.
There is archaeological evidence dogs were the first animals domesticated by humans more than 30,000 years ago (more than 10,000 years before the domestication of horses and ruminants).

Teenage Girl 22/07/02(Sat)17:33 No. 24908 ID: ee9246

It is kinda fucked up it's normalized to eat swine. Don't get me wrong, they've been a food source for thousands of years and taste really fucking good but pigs are actually very intelligent. Pigs in slaughterhouses have been known to make eye contact with humans as a sign for help.

I watched a documentary once called Earthlings that shows how animals are treated inside massive slaughterhouses. It's really inhumane how the animals are treated in there. They're seen more as objects than living things and the workers there often abuse them for fun and/or take out their frustrations on them. I think it's disturbing but it's an undeniable reality of the needs of the world which we've created.

Teenage Girl 22/07/02(Sat)21:36 No. 24909 ID: 2c5d28

>It's really inhumane how the animals are treated in there. They're seen more as objects than living things and the workers there often abuse them for fun and/or take out their frustrations on them.
How is this any different to prison? And what is the alternative, do we release them, execute them or keep them "locked up for the greater good".

>I think it's disturbing but it's an undeniable reality of the needs of the world which we've created.
It's reality, you have to accept it. What we have cultivated as food has allowed the human race to grow both by population and as a species. If we had not we'd still be living a hunter-gather lifestyle and make no mistake, millions of us wouldn't be here.

Teenage Girl 22/07/03(Sun)14:20 No. 24912 ID: fbd5e6

I don't think animals would need to be in prison. What I meant by it being an unfortunate part of our reality is that humanity has grown way too excessive. There's so fucking many of us and all of these people need to be fed, thus these hellish, massive-scale industrial slaughterhouses were born. There's no other way to meet the demands. I think it's terrible but there's nothing I can do to stop it.

Teenage Girl 22/07/03(Sun)16:35 No. 24914 ID: 1250ca

This is why I advocate for tax free/mandatory vasectomy and hysterectomy.
Now that abortion is de-legalized and is unethical and messy after the first trimester anyway, we should focus on fertility control.

We should also have mandatory competency tests for people whom wanna have kids.

Eggs will be harvested and out into cryogenic storage.
They will be tested for hereditary defects.
Sperm will be tested for any hereditary defects.
People with innate developmental disorders will be neutered and will be not allowed to reproduce although they can adopt.

Money and education level will be de-emphasized although still considered.

Teenage Girl 22/07/09(Sat)12:01 No. 24987 ID: f04b56

Honestly, I'd rather trust a dog than a boomer or a millennial. At least dogs love you unconditionally, they don't sell you out to foreign interests or whine about TFW NO GF like we're supposed to give a fuck.

Teenage Girl 22/07/10(Sun)04:27 No. 25004 ID: 9989e1

Boomers and millennials have damaged psyches like the dog culture they create.

Teenage Girl 22/07/10(Sun)06:22 No. 25008 ID: 521c39


>Boomers and millennials have damaged psyches like the dog culture they create.

Dogs are fine. Maybe people go overboard, but like I said, give me a dog anyday. Although, I personally prefer cats.

Teenage Girl 22/09/27(Tue)22:02 No. 25290 ID: 314c8c

This is why God has to destroy the earth.
He has done it before and He must again.

Man is not above the animals, he is the worst kind of animal.

Teenage Girl 22/09/29(Thu)00:46 No. 25292 ID: cd7142

So it turns out that (by pure coincidence I'm absolutely sure) that the drug laws in many US states are written with approximately the same language, including one key phrase "man or other animals."

You can think what you want about colloidal silver. I don't have much of an opinion beyond recognizing that silver does have antimicrobial properties and at the worst it's not going to hurt you unless you try to be stupid. Anyhow, the government came after a guy by the name of Alfred Adask for selling it on the side, because he was being a bad goy. And he successfully argued his way out of prosecution by claiming that the language "man and other animals" is a violation of his freedom of religion because he does not consider man to be at the level of an animal. You can disagree, but I always thought that was a clever little loophole he found in the face of unfair persecution.

Teenage Girl 22/09/29(Thu)13:37 No. 25294 ID: 314c8c

Was he represented by Saul Goodman?

Teenage Girl 22/09/29(Thu)21:43 No. 25295 ID: fc6545

hehe this was before breaking bad. That would be a sketchy thing to go pro se with because of the cost of an appeal. I don't really remember but I know he knows enough people to have gotten either some really good advice or some pro bono work.

Whatever it was he got lucky for sure. They were out to brankrupt him. He's a pretty good thinker, though. Went on to often write the big middle piece for the International Forecaster.

Teenage Girl 22/09/30(Fri)23:15 No. 25298 ID: db7574

Breaking Silver.
The parodic sequel to Breaking Bad

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