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    • Magnus K
    • 30.05.10 | 16:27 (IDT)

    "On the other hand, barbaric traditions such as hunting of wild animals, killing of whales and culling of seals is permitted in Norway. Yet another case of descriminatory vilifying of the Jews. " Explain why the killing (and eating, indeed they are not killed for the sake of killing as you insinuate) of FREE animals is bad if you can please!!! Why is this WORSE than the industrial killing of sheep, cows etc. in slaughteries??? You make no philosophical sense at all. As for whales, how many do we kill? Are the one we kill (and EAT, use the oil etc.) endangered. They are not, and with the name Erik, which you don`t deserve considering your cruel insinuations and villification of what is most probably your own country, you should know this. Culling of seal? I had no idea we CULLED seals. We hunt and kill seals, yes, but cull them? The majority are still alive and the seals are doing fine. So shooting wildlife (and USING/EATING it) is bad, huh? Cutting the troath of a sheep is GOOD then?What illogical nonsense. You are right about one thing, and one thing only, and that is the law and the climate it was written in. Now, however, the law does not at all stay in effect to discriminate against jews, as you in your ridiculousness say, but due to the political power of animal rights groups etc. Is it hypocritical? I think yes, but it has nothing to do at ALL with jews. I come from the countryside, and Norwegian authorities do NOT allow us to slaughter our own animals anymore (I am talking about sheep and not dogs and cats here...), which is annoying for people who own small non-industrial herds, but has NOTHING to do with JEWS!!!!

    from the article: New Zealand outlaws kosher slaughter
    First published 12:22 30.05.10 | Last updated 12:22 30.05.10
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