#2778] DeHumanized - DeAnimalized - Spending
Fortune On Pets - Little On Wild Species
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The western society spends a fortune on pet animals while wild animals barely survive in nature, in the forests. We are a strange species indeed. World and national statistics should be published on the amount of money spent by humans on pet animals and that spent on the preservation of wild animals. Geneticists should also study if pet animals will not change into degenerate species' with the passage of time and become 'deanimalized' as we are becoming 'dehumanized'.
Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living,
Volume II Chapter 3 Of Consciousness
We try to lift the veils of mystery all around us in every direction. We will never cease to do it and some day we will succeed. What incredible miracles a human being, humanity and the Earth are! Let us eliminate all wars, violence, armaments, injustices, wrongnesses and corruptions from the miraculous humanity we are meant to be and soon will be.*
We need a world-wide consciousness of what is wrong, evil, mistaken, condemnable. What an important, new University Department that would be! I would even like to see a World University on Evils and Wrongnesses in the World.
UN News: UN Chronicle, United Nations News Service, UN Wire Archive
References: Earth Charter, Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Rights of: Children,Women, IndigenousPeople
To Be Written: Rights of Nature, Birds, Animals, Fish, etc.
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Channel-billed Toucan Daph Chloe at en.wikipedia[CC-BY-SA-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
August 3, 2013
Costa Rica's Zoos Set To Close, Animals To Be Returned To The Wild
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica -- Costa Rican officials say they plan to close both of the country's public zoos next year so that animals can be freed from their cages. But the foundation that runs the animal parks said Saturday it is trying to keep them operating.
Environment Minister Rene Castro announced in recent days that the 97-year-old Simon Bolivar zoo in central San Jose will become a botanical park next year. Another zoo west of the city, the Santa Ana Conservation Center, also would close. Together they hold 400 animals of 60 species, including a lion, crocodiles, monkeys and a tapir.
The Environment Ministry said the animals would be released into the wild or sent to rescue centers.
Costa Rica banned circuses with animals in 2002 and has also barred sport hunting.
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