Category: Humanity

Crazy quotes from liberals about humanity.

"I do not believe that a human being has a right to life … I would rather have medical experiments done on our children than on animals."

‘I would rather have medical experiments done … on our children than on animals.’

“I do not believe that a human being has a right to life … I would rather have medical experiments done on our children than on animals.”-Unknown person, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. Photo by Upsilon Andromedae. Quote Source: Lukman Harees’ The Mirage of Dignity on the Highways of Human ‘Progress’ Read more →

"We in the Green movement aspire to a cultural model in which the killing of a forest will be considered more contemptible and more criminal than the sale of 6-year-old children to Asian brothels."

Carl Armery: Cutting Down Forests is Worse than Sale of Children to Brothels

“We in the Green movement aspire to a cultural model in which the killing of a forest will be considered more contemptible and more criminal than the sale of 6-year-old children to Asian brothels.”-Carl Armery, Green Party in West Germany. Photo by McD22. Quote Source: http://www.aim.org/wls/author/carl-amery/ Read more →

"We are not interested in the utility of a particular species, of a free-flowing river, or ecosystem to mankind. They have intrinsic value, more value - to me - than another human being, or a billion of them."

David Graber: One Billion Humans are Less Valuable than Rivers

“We are not interested in the utility of a particular species, of a free-flowing river, or ecosystem to mankind. They have intrinsic value, more value – to me – than another human being, or a billion of them.” By David Graber, Biologist with the U.S. National Park Service. Photo by Nithi Anand. Quote Source: http://www.thealternativeview.com/thewildlandsproject.htm Read more →

"Given the total, absolute, and final disappearance of Homo sapiens, then not only would the Earth's community of Life continue to exist, but in all probability, its well-being would be enhanced. Our presence, in short, is not needed."

Paul Taylor: Earth Better Off Without Humans

“Given the total, absolute, and final disappearance of Homo sapiens, then not only would the Earth’s community of Life continue to exist, but in all probability, its well-being would be enhanced. Our presence, in short, is not needed.”-Paul Taylor, author of Respect for Nature: A Theory of Environmental Ethics. Photo by Niranjan Ramesh. Quote Source: Respect for Nature: A Theory… Read more →