Unlike his friend who likes to pretend to be a vegan, the second one is simply a Joy-ful vegetarian and a fan of Gary “I love to repeatedly think about violent r*pes” Yourofsky.
The friends also love lanes, especially the “stay in your” kind. They also agree on something that is, very sadly, quite pathetic. They believe that we cannot judge something unless we have a detailed historical knowledge of it. People cannot possibly oppose the blowing up innocent children by an army, they agree, because the reason hundreds of bombs are being dropped on small children is, well, “complicated.”
It is not acceptable for vegans, for example, to argue against dropping bombs on innocent children simply as a matter of justice. Don’t call for a ceasefire because the population of the bombed area are all “abusers,” even – apparently – the new born infants and the young who are being massacred in their thousands. We cannot protest the amputation of children's limbs, often without any pain relief at all, because we just aren't aware of all the political ins and outs.
Where the Right Brothers come unstuck is when they oppose the human use of other animals. In this case, it appears that no historical knowledge is required. Seemingly, no precise details are needed before the condemnation of this killing. No, there is simply “no excuse” for this form of mass killing. No appeals to culture or religious tradition is satisfactory here.
The Right Brothers are a little lost when it comes to vegan animal rights. The Right Brothers are wrong. Don’t be like the Right Brothers.