367, Murder King
"PETA are welcoming the statement from Burger King that they will be sourcing more food from ethical sources. Personally I question how any institution that breeds life to cage and kill it can be considered ethical. But also, the figures that Burger King are talking about sound an awful lot more like a token gesture than a committment to helping fight environmental damage and animal suffering. This editorial comment will no doubt be lambasted and it said that any advancement in animal welfare should be welcomed. I would argue that animals are not the property of humans and if we did not treat them as such we would not need to consider their welfare. They should be free and not bred into a life of serving human purposes."