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Thursday, January 15, 2015

Nature's way

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One of the problems anti hunters have is cognitive dissonance. They see reality. They reject reality. They substitute their own version of how the world should turn and then demand the rest of the world fall into lock stop.

They say "It's natural. It's nature's way."

Nature is a bitch and I do not mean a female canid. Here's some more quite graphic proof. Did I mention graphic?

Need something even more disturbing? How about chimps dining al fresco on still-living lunch.

Animal rights activists are always anti-hunters. Many anti-hunters are ARA, but not always. Regardless, they think an animal ripped apart and eaten alive is more acceptable than an animal that dies in seconds from a shot.

How can they think this?

The excuse is - the animals don't know any better.

Science is rapidly proving animals DO know what they are doing and have far better cognitive functions than we suspect, especially among the higher order critters like primates and cetaceans. They know exactly what they are doing. Chimps are great examples of this. Consider orca attacks on baby whales in which the orcas eats the jowls and tongue, leaving the rest of the baby whale hanging in the water.

Cognitive dissonance states otherwise.

Nature's way is that carnivores, of which humans are one species of many, catch and eat other animals. Humans just happen to have tools, as do so many other animals, that makes the task easier and less taxing on the body.

If lions on the African plains could understand the workings of a .30-06 and use it, you can absolutely bet they'd be popping antelopes at a few hundred yards and walking up leisurely to have lunch.

That is absolutely nature's way.

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