Friday, October 24, 2008
That is,... lazy, Un-Organized Cowards;
Well most of you know that I been trying to get the anti-horse slaughter "movement" moving, FOR YEARS,...that is, trying to inspire them to go out DEMANDING & DEMONSTRATING for the cause of the horses and ending slaughter, encouraging them to get active. I have even showed them how in DC and Saratoga last summer, with my one woman campaigns that went really well.
All the anti-slaughters seem to want to do is sit around faxing and phoning and emailing representatives and going off to summits once or twice a year and writing articles and rebuttals while waiting for their various bills to pass. I have been met with nothing but opposition and critisism for my "extremist" views! lol I am hardly an extremist, though I do have PASSION for my causes and I think thats what the anti-horse slaughter "movement" is lacking, among other things like UNITY, UNLIMITED devotion to the cause, determination and committment to see it end IMMEDIATELY, to go "one step further" in the "fight,"...to STOP ASKING and start DEMANDING,etc. When will they ever learn? By NOT protesting & demonstrating & DEMANDING they are ALLOWING it to continue.....
"The limits of tyrants are prescribed by the endurance of those whom they oppress. If There Is No Struggle, There Is No Progress"-F. Douglas
How hard do we struggle to end horse slaughter when all we do is ask nicely to have it end? How hard do we struggle when we leave it up to our politicians to decide? Where do YOU personally draw the line in the fight to end horse slaughter, and why?
If you really want to end horse slaughter quickly, get busy and get "moving" for the cause,...ACT UP a little, and have fun too! Its easy, and, believe it or not, it works!
"Continuous effort - not strength or intelligence - is the key to unlocking our potential." - Winston Churchill
“It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brushfires in people’s minds.”--Samuel Adams
"To stand in silence when we should be protesting makes cowards of us." - Abraham Lincoln
"Whatever your fight, don't be ladylike."
- Mother Jones
"Fight Like Their Lives Depend on It, Cause They Do." - CJ/MK
"I may be a majority of one, but truth is still truth"
- Mahatma Gandhi
Click on title above for more angst from a disillusioned, disappointed, and lonely, tired old lady warrior for the cause.