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||ExplicitPodcast #5: The Animal Welfare Objective: Anything But Veganism||In this podcast, I discuss welfarism as an objective that is inimical to abolition as an objective, and why abolitionists take the rights of nonhuman animals and veganism as a moral baseline seriously because nonhuman animals are sentient, because [...]||10/2/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitWOARadio #4: How to answer a question about veganism: extended remix||In this podcast, I tackle how to answer a question about veganism, why beeganism is a moral and intellectual problem (bees are animals!), and why promoting veganism remains critically important to nonhuman animals.||8/31/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitWOARadio #3: “The Pseudo-Zen of Regulated Animal Use Activism, Now with Even More OMMMM!||In this podcast, I address the finer points of some of the logic behind animal advocacy that promotes regulated animal use rather than the abolition of animal use. Learn helpful things like: the “indirect approach” is really a cop out; evidence matt[.||8/19/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitWOARadio Podcast #2: "What the eff is a veg*n? Go vegan, stay vegan and say vegan!"||Once again, I battle the poor audio quality of my headset and my inability to enunciate properly to wonder ‘what the eff is a veg*n?’ in order to promote animal rights, veganism, the abolition, not the regulation, of the property status [...]||8/14/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitNew podcast: I would throw 1000 ancient redwoods out of a lifeboat to save one kitten!||New (first) podcast: “I would throw 1000 ancient redwoods out of the lifeboat to save one kitten!” In this podcast, I take on non-vegan green primitivism, ecofascism and more. Since it’s the first podcast, I’m still debating [...]||8/13/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
There's no original thought here only a lot of borrowed ones. Seems pretty self-obsessed but I can't figure out why, as the host is totally boring. I guess some people like to listen to themselves talk. A lot.