Recently we uncovered the story that the animals were resorting to physical violence as means to fight back against climate change and our destruction of their habitat.
You might say: ‘We deserve what we get!’ But you’re wrong.
We don’t like to be outdone. We’re showing the animals that we can take it up another level. We are pumping what’s left of their natural environment full of drugs. Take that, suckers!
Drugging the animals: breaking down the strategy
The path of the drugs is simple. Into you, into your sewage, into lakes and rivers. Into the marine plants and animals. Into the animals that eat marine plants and animals. And so on. Studies show that of the 98 (!) most common pharmaceutical drugs, 69 were found in abundance in fish and insects.
Results showed, for example, that brown trout in one creek were being exposed each day to the equivalent of a quarter of a daily human dose of antidepressants. In another location, a platypus eating its normal diet of aquatic insects was being exposed to half of the daily dose for antidepressants. (– Times Union)
It’s a rock solid move that the animals have no defense for. What are they going to do, reverse osmosis? HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA. Fat chance! But I hear what you’re saying: ‘At least they aren’t depressed!’ Those things are fun to say, but it’s a incredibly cynical attitude that we’d prefer you take somewhere else. We don’t have any idea what these drugs do to animals. We barely know what they do to us.
“Pharmaceutical use is increasing worldwide,” she said. “We don’t know the ecological consequences of exposure to this pollution. What does it mean to be a platypus or trout with more than 60 drugs in your tissues? If you told your doctor that you were taking 60 different drugs, they would be very concerned.”
It’s perhaps worth mentioning that if you drink unfiltered water from the tap, and you live downstream of anything, you likely have 60 different drugs flowing through your body. This is how far we’re willing to take this!
The animals think they can take us down? THE ANIMALS CAN’T TAKE US DOWN!
Literally, they have no chance. They have no idea what they are up against. We are so intent on their destruction, nothing will stop us. Not even if it means throwing ourselves down the same well.
If you want to win, go see your doctor and get as many drugs as you can.
This point was hammered home by House speaker Pelosi as part of her victory speech following the recent mid-term elections where she repeatedly explained how her party will work to subsidize the pharmaceutical industry. If the government can pay for the drugs and make them cheaper to the consumer, she explains, we can get more people taking more of them, which means more cash in our pockets, and quicker destruction of our animal enemies.
‘Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing,’ she concludes.