Strangely enough, if one is consistent in defending all animals, one is called an extremist
Strangely enough, if one is consistent in defending all animals, one is called an extremist. If, on the other hand, one is not morally consistent, and defends only some animals, one is criticized for being inconsistent. So apparently, the choice is between either being morally inconsistent or being seen as an “extremist”. I’d rather choose the latter, since justice requires moral consistency, and I am a strong believer in truth and justice.
~ Kenneth Cassar (June 18, 2008)