Relist Wolves

Wolves act purely on their survival instincts; moral beings

behaving as nature intended. Wolves do not self reflect,

& have no other options other than living as designed.

Nature is harsh, yes, but that isn’t to say it is ‘unethical’.

The human animal has the ability to:

self reflect

empathize with other species

& the option to cause more, or less suffering.

The difference between wolf species, & human species

is that wolves are intrinsic to nature itself.

Nature, while harsh, is not unethical.

The human animal is unethical because it is our willful choice to cause

unnecessary suffering.

Wolves are neutral beings, &

does not cause unnecessary suffering by an act of will,

instead by existing in the way nature intended.


Published by Hyde

Vegan Abolitionist Animal activist, AntiSpeciesist, artist, poet, writer, chronic illness fighter

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