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If Hell Really Does Exist Most Humans In The World Probably End Up There!

By Arthur Poletti

Are you one of the millions of callous, unaware, delusional, immune from empathy, ill-fated humans in the world that willingly and thoughtlessly condones and supports some or most of the massive, *completely unnecessary* hideous forms of never ending torture and brutal premature deaths of millions of precious creatures every day?

The most repulsive, gruesome, unimaginable tragedy’s that happen every day are overwhelmingly supported by most people in the world, including *most religious and government* leaders. The never ending worst possible kinds of completely unnecessary forms of cruelty and sufferings forced upon the innocent, helpless, animal race represent the worst crimes in history.

Wise up now!! Do not be unwilling or reluctant to know the real truth. Become aware now of why you and those whom you love should not participate, support, promote, or condone any of the many different types of despicable and sickening forms of cruelty to animals.





You might be shocked to know that in the United States alone approximately 660,000 animals are killed for meat every hour. A surprising quantity of animal flesh is consumed. The average American consumes in a 72 year lifetime approximately 11 cattle, 3 lambs and sheep, 23 hogs, 45 turkeys, 1100 chickens and 862 pounds of fish. Bon appetite!


Published by: Himalayan Academy, California & Hawaii

“While we ourselves are the living graves of murdered beasts, how can we expect any ideal conditions on this earth?” George Bernard Shaw



Please read the articles and view the associated videos revealing some of the many *man made* disgustingly cruel forms of torture and death to millions of precious and irreplaceable animals every day and than ask yourself do you really want to continue supporting any of this? Do you really think that in the end you will get away with it?


Earthlings






(1) Factory Farms, Slaughterhouses, Animal Testing: (Authorized Torture and Murder)

(2) Turkey Slaughter (What A Way To Prepare For A Happy Thanksgiving)

(3) Rabbit Slaughter: (Here Comes Peter Cotton Tail)

(4) Fur Farms: (Imagine How Horrible Your Life Would Be Without Fur?)

(5) Hunting: (Do You Really Want To Teach Your Children This Is Okay?)

(6) Circus Cruelty: (See What Happens Behind The Scenes)

(7). Bull Fighting (Man is a clever animal who behaves like an imbecile). Albert Schwitzer

(8) Rodeo Cruelty (For People That Are Immune To Kindness)

(9) Dog Fighting (Pets Just Like Yours)

(10) Bear, Fox, Rhino, Deer, Seals, Elephants, Whales (They Were Not Put On Earth For This)

Animal flesh eaters, hunters, factory and slaughterhouse workers, animal testing workers, circus, rodeo, dog and bull fighting fans, together you can play a huge role in changing the world society to a kinder, safer, healthier place to live and to thrive, in peace and harmony with the earth.

For the sake of all animals, all humans, the earth, and the earth’s atmosphere.

Arthur Poletti is the author of the short story: *God Does Not Eat Meat*

Read it for free online at: http://www.all-creatures.org/book/gdnem.html

Arthur also volunteers as a promoter of the most magnificent *free* online one hour documentary film ever produced titled: *A Sacred Duty* http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9RxmTGHZgE

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20 Comments leave one →
  1. July 20, 2010 2:19 pm

    I have a pretty good idea what these videos will show and frankly I don’t want the images in my head.
    I would say however, there’s something we’ve all failed to see.
    It was said by St. Paul ” It’s a sin to step on a blade of grass ”
    The meaning I take from this is that were all pretty well in a dielema with any of this life as we need to intake energy in order to fuel the body.
    Reverence in all things would be certainly a better way and aknowlegment in the form of blessing would soften the blow.
    Killing an animal in a brutal fashion is wrong. Cutting a field of grain is wrong. Doing so in a humain fashion is the best we can do.

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    • jude permalink
      March 13, 2011 11:20 am

      your statement is nonsense and saint paul was a brutal and wicked man who never even knew jesus.i do not listen to a word he said.a plant cannot be compared to an animal and besides,plants are harvested.apples fall from the tree as do other fruits.human beings do not need any animal product to survive period.on top of that,humans have absolutely no dietary requirement for trans fats and cholestrol which is only found in animal products.that says it all for me.consuming animal products causes suffering and that is selfish.

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    • Bill Ventura permalink
      December 6, 2011 3:19 am

      So, because we have to consume plants to survive, we should then also murder and consume animals for something tasty to snack on?

      Yeah that makes all kinds of sense.

      Also, plants don’t have central nervous systems.
      They don’t think or feel anything.
      But if you truly are so concerned about uprooting a non-thinking, non-feeling mass of plant cells in order to survive, feel free to become a fruitarian.

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  2. July 24, 2010 12:00 am

    thank you

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  3. Amberley Reeks permalink
    October 3, 2010 10:25 am

    Hell – for humans in another dimension, unfortunately, doesn’t exist;
    what, however, unfortunately, exists, is HELL for most animals which come across humans, are in their hands or in their mercy. Humans deserve TRUE HOLOCAUST to animals. Is this to call Humanity? Humans do not only that, they are truly devastating the whole mother earth. Do they think to be almighty? They will be tought another truth!

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  4. Luke Thomas permalink
    November 7, 2010 8:51 am

    Most Christians believe-and I heard this COUNTLESS times-“God put animals on earth for us to eat.” Just tell these numb-nuts “And that’s why God put MRSA and VRE infections on earth-to eat humans.”

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  5. claudian wegman permalink
    November 7, 2010 9:23 am

    “There is something so very dreadful, so satanic in tormenting those who
    have never harmed us, and who cannot defend themselves, who are utterly in our
    power, who have weapons neither of offence nor defense, that none but very
    hardened persons can endure the thought of it” -Cardinal Newman

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  6. Richard Hurcomb permalink
    January 9, 2011 5:35 am

    Has anyone realized that in the beginning, God gave Adam and Eve a plant based diet? The finest diet that mankind could have was provided by God. It was only after the flood that mankind was permitted to eat animals, and only certain “clean” animals. The result of this however was the shortening of our lifespan.

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    • January 9, 2011 10:34 am

      Thanks for your thoughts, Richard. Yes, I’ve mentioned that often, but there is always (invalid) rationalization, people will grasp any (euphemistic) excuse to continue their contribution to suffering and death, including biblical events or passages after the flood that (apparently) approve slaughter. The same people refuse to accept all the other barbaric acts biblically “approved”. Cafeteria Christians: personal interpretations to embrace godly endorsement, no matter how ludicrous or inaccurate.

      Here is an essay by Marc Bekoff, you may find it interesting:

      “Oh, I know animals suffer, but I love my steak”: The self-serving resolution of the “meat paradox”

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      • Richard Hurcomb permalink
        January 9, 2011 1:46 pm

        Stacey. The article you suggested I read was most interesting. Thanks for the reference.
        Do you think there might be a reason why the plant based diet is gaining strength today more so then anytime in our (U.S.) history? When you research this subject you find that it basically started in the early 1800’s or at least in the late 1700’s. It seems to have started on two fronts. One front was from people wanting to show compassion to animals and the other front was an effort to live the way God originally planned for us to live. The first group resulted in what is known today as the Mother Earth society. The other group became known as The Unity Church started by Charles Fillmore, The Seventh Day Adventist Denomination, and to a lesser degree, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormons). All these religious denominations either went completely vegetarian and some to plant based diets or they went largely in that direction. They attributed their desires of eating a plant based or vegetarian diet to God the Father whose desire is for us to be holy as He is holy. This not only is to be a spiritual experience but a lifestyle experience also. For through an improved lifestyle toward the plant based diet can one become more obedient to the original desire God had in mind for us. However, most of Christendom looked at the Acts 10 story of Peter and Cornelius and thought that God was giving mankind permission to eat anything that was alive. (Fortunately for us, we humans were excluded from their list.) This was an unfortunate misunderstanding of the chapter, for towards the end of the story, Peter says: “Ye know how that it is an unlawful thing for a man that is a Jew to keep company, or come unto one of another nation; but God hath shewed me that I should not call any man common or unclean.” Acts 10:28 You see, Peter was Jewish and Cornelius was not Jewish. As you can see for yourself, this story has nothing to do with God giving mankind permission to eat unclean animals. As for the clean animals; long before there were Jewish people God instructed the Israelites on how to kill the animals they were to eat in the most “humane” way. Today we have gone away from this counsel and have killed animals in such a way that the animal is terrified before his death. But this was not the way it was meant to be.
        Now today we have many plant based dieters of both groups. The first group depends upon science as their instructor and the other group depends upon the bible as their source as well as science, so long as science does not contradict God’s original intent for man. For our scientist’s are learning what God has already created. They have a long, long way to go before they understand what God has already told us in the bible. Because of our rebellion God has permitted that which He would prefer we didn’t do. We have suffered the consequence of our rebellion through diseases and a shortened life as well as a mind less able to comprehend holy living. But as we begin to obey our Father who created Mother Earth, we reap the benefits.
        Nice posting with you.

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    • Mary Devore permalink
      January 9, 2011 4:41 pm

      Hello Richard…..

      Fancy Meeting you in a place like this. :) Even if the Bible did not exist, and even if the Garden of Eden had never been planted, and even if I hadn’t been raised in a “vegetarian” church, and even if “God” was not a Vegan, I would STILL be a Vegan. My reasons for being a Vegan have nothing to do with Holy Writings or Belief Systems. My reasons are, Strictly, my Love for the Animals, My Abhorrence of the Pain, Cruelty, Misery, and Torture inflicted on them before they are Murdered, AND my complete disgust with the human race for exploiting and oppressing the Animals, as well as oppressing the humans whom are hired to assist in the Holocaust of the Animals. I mean – really – if I have to go to Heaven and watch Jesus firing up the Bar-b-que Pit for a party, I think I would rather go to Hell. Talk to you later Richard.

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      • Richard Hurcomb permalink
        January 9, 2011 6:45 pm

        Hi Mary,
        You have a good answer there. That’s what the 1st group is all about; the love for animals and the disgust of humans. And for that matter it is what the bible is about also. But the bible tells us that humans are very important. Even more important than the animals; for Jesus never died to save animals from the sting of death. He gave humans custody over animals. That didn’t give humans the permission to torture animals before killing them. It, in fact, gave the humans the responsibility of protecting animals and if they were to be killed, to do it in a way that was humane. I would presume that you see what God has seen and despises what He despises in our handling of animals. But the difference is that He still loves humans; which is fortunate for us since we are humans. If we could concentrate on hating human actions and love humans because God loves us, we could put our emotions in a proper place and work to encourage others in the proper treatment of animals with love in our hearts for the people we are encouraging.
        That way, with love, we could demonstrate God’s love for both humans and animals.
        Great posting with you, Mary.

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  7. January 10, 2011 12:37 pm

    Thank you Stacey, Richard, and Mary for your excellent comments—- When I stopped eating all animal flesh in 1990 it had nothing to do with God or the Bible and everything to do with the completely unnecessary hideous cruelty to animals. However,if there truly is a God in heaven who is the supreme symbol of kindness and life and love for all creatures with a soul the only logical conclusion a rational person should make is that God is firmly opposed to any form of cruelty to every animal on earth and that God wants all animal factory farms and slaughterhouses to close. Certainly if there is a Heaven, you can be sure that animals are not tortured, murdered, and eaten there. Therefore, since there is no animal flesh in Heaven now might be a good time for flesh eaters to start eating only plant based foods. In my opinion,verses in the Bible written by men for the benefit of men suggesting that God authorized or condones eating animal flesh are inaccurate or deceitful. In my opinion Mahatma Gandhi was very serious when he once said “The Life Of A Lamb Is No Less Important Then The Life Of A Human Being” I believe if there is a God, God agrees with Gandhi. Lastly, in my opinion an all powerful God sees each one of us for what we really are, not necessarily what we profess to be. God knows whether we are geniune or a fraud.

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  8. jude permalink
    March 13, 2011 11:27 am

    jesus belonged to a jewish sect called the essenes who were strict vegetarians(vegans) also,many believe that he travelled to India between ages 13 and 30 and studied buddhism,hindouism,jainism,ahimsa,yoga(non violence)etc.2000 years ago those religions were vegetarian or vegan.many also believe that he did not die on the cross.they believe that he was resuscitated(not resurrected) and that he returned to Kashmir,India where the exact location of his tomb is known.the truth has been altered and twisted to suit those in power and their corrupt agendas.

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  9. December 2, 2011 6:40 am

    Christians must realize Jesus was executed for a crime against Rome. His anger over the slaughter in the Temple. He must have remembered, “thou shalt not kill” and realized it wasn’t specific. All life is precious, who shall set the bar at some arbitrary level? Only when the bar is at zero will we all not feed on ourselves. God did not create animals to suffer in cages then tortured so their dead flesh could reside in us. He would not have rested on the seventh day to witness all he created if it was only about us.

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  10. Talitha Boshoff permalink
    December 3, 2011 1:12 am

    Animals are my favourite people. I feel sick!!!!!!

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  11. janine permalink
    December 6, 2011 1:17 am

    I agree with all of this. Fur farms are the most disgusting and horrifying things I have ever seen in my entire life.I saw the video on it a few years ago and will probably never be able to erase those images from my head. That is a completely unnecessary EVIL. As far as eating meat an killing livestock for meat… it is different and as much as I love animals I’m not sure I could live without ever eating meat again. But their needs to be stricter laws to make sure the animals are killed humanely and not in the disgusting and cruel ways they are currently doing it.

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  12. christina permalink
    December 7, 2011 11:34 pm

    its one thing to go out and kill an animal that roams freely as even other animals do so to stay alive, but to hold them into captivity just for killing is immortal wrong!!!

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