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Re: “The hit documentary Blackfish has a message as dubious as its methods

Humaniacs all have the same goal.....extinction of animals in captivity or domesticity. Here, in these comments, they admit that they want captive breeding to end so that orcas will no longer be in an environment where they are in contact with humanity.

Humaniacs anthropomorphise traits to animals that arguably don't exist, claiming that they are "unhappy" in their captive state. And they know this, HOW? Orcas at Sea World may or may not be happy....but if unhappy, you'd know by expressions of depression....lethargy, withdrawal and other traits that we DON'T see in these animals at Sea World.

Accidental deaths of trainers happen with many types of large animals,including horses and dogs. It's a risk that is associated with the activity.

Collapsed dorsal fins do not indicate mental status; they occur in wild orcas also, and is believed to be due to varying factors, including changes in hydrodynamic pressure, general nutritional, activity and fitness levels:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/119426027/Flaccid-Fin-Sydrome-by-Wende-Alexandra-Evans

Humaniacs want us to spay and neuter our dogs and cats until none are left, too.

These extremists are not pro-animal. If animals in the wild are injured, killed by their companions or go extinct, they actually don't give a flying fig. And if humans can never enjoy contact with animals again, they will have fulfilled their misanthropist mission.

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Posted by Geneva Coats on 12/27/2013 at 11:34 AM

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