Semantics Hide Animal Murder
Thursday, May. 07, 2009 at 12:46 PM
language is an obfuscating tool
to bag: verb for killing a deer or other stalked animal
to harvest: "
cull: another verb for murdering animals
thin the herd: phrase for slaughtering animals
shuck: rip coprophagous oysters from the muscles connecting
them to their protective shells
pork: objectivist term for subdivided murdered pigs' cadavers
beef.: objectivist term for subdivided murdered cows' decomposing corpses
mutton: objectivist term for subdivided murdered sheep's putrefying carcasses
veal: objectivist term for a baby cow's murdered decaying flesh
pate: objectivist term for the smashed livers of tortured geese
The word bovine is struck from tuberculosis to obscure
the disease causing nature of cows' milk
Kine Pox or Cow Pox: changed to smallpox to obscure
the eating of cowflesh as an origin of the disease
Wool Sorters' Disease.. changed to anthrax
study: verb for kidnapping, torturing and murdering lab animals
pith: to shove a needle into the brain of a living frog
field dress: to remove the skin from a mammal, pull out his
biotechnology: new term for vivisection animal
stock market: term for many corporations invested in animal
and people slaughter
They're not vermin but rats and mice
They're animals' ground up bones not mad cow marshmallows.
They're not anglers but stranglers
They're animals' ground up fat, not beef tallow.
Pigs don't live in sties. They live in homes they make... when they are free.
It's not feed they eat. It's food, though it often contains
the rotting parts of Mad Pigs and Mad Cows
It's not a lion's lair. It's his home.
It's not a fox's den. It's his home.
It's not an eagle's aerie. It's his home.
They're not meat... but the victims of serial killers.
He's not venison but a murdered deer
She's not caviar but a ripped up sturgeon
She's not leather but skin ripped off a cow
She's not a broiler but an innocent nonverbal chicken.
He's not jerky but a slaughtered skinned turkey.
He's not got Chronic Wasting Disease but Mad Deer, cervine spongiform
She the chicken doesn't have leukosis, but leukemia, a disease
transmissible by eating her corpse.
It's not Avian Flu or West Nile Virus but Mad Bird, avian spongiform encephalopathy
They're not ecoli but colon bacteria multiplying in a dead animal's
They're not 'it' but 'he or she'
They're not 'head' but cows.
They're not hunters but stalkers or ambushers.
It's not a pod of whales or a school of fish or a pack of dogs
or a flock of birds... it's communities of living beings.
clear: to murder many trees
pluck: to kill a flower
mow: to decapitate dandelions, shred sapling trees
timber: word for slaughtered trees
lumber: word for felled trees