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Firstly, human beings have a moral obligation to protect higher animals.

Higher animals, such as mammals and birds, are born with an advanced nervous system which can enable them to feel. Therefore, like humans, higher animals also have the right to live and not to suffer abuse.

Secondly, animals are innocent, but humans can be good or evil.

Animals should be forgiven for killing others, because animals have low intelligence and thus cannot understand that their behaviors bring suffering to other individuals. However, adult humans are intelligent enough to be able to understand other individuals' feelings. Therefore, if an adult human has killed or abused a higher animal, this human is evil.

Thirdly, human beings must fight against the cruel natural laws.

Human morality is empathic. Therefore, human beings must fight against the cruel natural laws and protect all higher animals.
 

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I think he means that we are vegans on here so what you are saying is unnecessary. That is not the case. Your views are interesting as people on this site have a variety of reasons for being vegan. Most of us have voiced our views on this forum, and it is nice that yours are added.
 
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