Ladies and Gentleman,
I know, it has been a little while since I last posted, and I apologise for my inconsistency, however, recently I discovered something that simply ought to be shared because of its monumental significance.
Recently I signed the petition to help save the wolves in Montana from being unjustifiably slaughtered to extinction.
Now, yes, I live in Australia, so what right do I have to have a beef with something that is occurring in another country that I have no ties with?
I would answer that question with another. What right do we as people have to sanction the genocide of an entire species?
I understand that every day several species go extinct and maybe it has become justifiable in human culture to simply watch as animals on Earth are extinguished. But to stand by and do nothing, even when we know that something cruel and inhumane is occurring, is that not criminal? Ethically and morally, if not for any other reason?
Maybe signing the petition will do very little; but it’s a start though – and if doing the right thing is no longer worth anything, then what is the point to being alive?
I personally would like to live in a world where humans are not the only animals walking the planet. What about you guys?
I signed the petition at this particular address:
If you believe as I do that this is an important cause, please feel free to sign this petition.
Thank you for reading guys!
Have a great weekend!