Today I had the unpleasant task today of dispatching one of my chickens. My children called her 'henny' and I've had her (an orange Mille Fleur d'Uccle Bantam) for well over nine years - a very long time for a small bantam breed. I keep a small flock of about 5-7 birds for eggs. I have bred Wyandotte's in the past, and if anyone was thinking about getting chicks for their small holdings or even gardens, Wyandotte's are an excellent choice. Breeding chicks means my children have seen them from the very moment they hatch to the moment they die - the complete life cycle - which reinforces the understanding of what 'life' is.
Killing is never a pleasant experience. I shoot rats around my neighbouring farm - and I hunt and fish for wild meat. But one thing I oppose is hunting for sport, the so called 'blood sports'. And I absolutely oppose animal cruelty. It is absolute alien to both the National Socialist and Aryan worldview. I respect the fact that nature is structured within a food change. In fact the top five most intelligent species on Earth ALL EAT MEAT. It is also true at ALL LIFE IS MAINTAINED BY DEPRIVING OVERS FROM THEIRS. After all - fruit and veg are living things. But there is a huge difference between killing for food and killing for fun. It has also been proved beyond doubt that people who hurt and attack animals when young grow into adults who attack and abuse children in later life.
We eat to survive. Without hunting our ancestors would not have survived and our great race would not exist.
I have a sister who is vegetarian. I also have good friends who are too. Their reasons however are worlds apart. Whilst my sisters view came around as nothing more than a fashionable statement (after all she'd happily wear makeup tested on animals or eat Mc
shit donalds, my friends object to modern day farming practises, to the mass production of animals, to the chemical additives put in our meat etc. The latter ideas are something I can totally relate too. With all the additives in meat and milk it is not a bad idea to be a vegetarian in this 'chemical age'.
One of the problems we face today is if we want to eat healthy we need to import expensive foods like avocados and the likes. The problem is these are not native and we create air pollution importing them. All this points to more reasons we need to take control of our own food production.
Eat what is in season.
Eat what is locally produced.
Eat organic food when you can.
Grow it yourself!