Cow Eaters Protecting Cows
 
BY: STEPHEN VOITH

Apr 29, ANGELICA, NEW YORK (SUN) The judges in this case (as well as the ones in the Courts below) should all recuse themselves if they are eating the cow, because by default they will be biased towards our beneficient religious practice of venerating and protecting cows. As we see, the judges unanimously agreed that we were wrong in our First Amendment arguments.

I ask: How can men who are daily complicit in the murder of innocent animals be trusted to fairly pass judgement on those who are by example and precept doing the opposite? The Vedas state that protection of cows is scientific, it's not 'Hindu' only, it's meant for everyone, because everyone is sustained by the cow's milk, therefore she's everyone's Mother and if you take part in murdering your mother, how are you even cultured, let alone religious?

From Srimad Bhagavatam, Canto 1, Ch7, Text 37, P (By HDG A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, the authorized Indian Cultural Ambassador to the West):

According to Manu, the great author of civic codes and religious principles, even the killer of an animal is to be considered a murderer because animal food is never meant for the civilized man, whose prime duty is to prepare himself for going back to Godhead. He says that in the act of killing an animal, there is a regular conspiracy by the party of sinners, and all of them are liable to be punished as murderers exactly like a party of conspirators who kill a human being combinedly [in the Holy Bible, also, it is stated in Issaih 66.3: "He who slayeth an ox is the same as he that killeth a man."]. He who gives permission, he who kills the animal, he who sells the slaughtered animal, he who cooks the animal, he who administers distribution of the foodstuff, and at last he who eats such cooked animal food are all murderers, and all of them are liable to be punished by the laws of nature. No one can create a living being despite all advancement of material science, and therefore no one has the right to kill a living being by one's independent whims. . . .The material world is itself a place always full of anxieties, and by encouraging animal slaughter the whole atmosphere becomes polluted more and more by war, pestilence, famine and many other unwanted calamities.

In Canto 1, Ch 17, Text 6, Veda further states:

You rogue, do you dare beat an innocent cow because Lord Krsna and Arjuna, the carrier of the Gandiva bow, are out of sight? Since you are beating the innocent in a secluded place, you are considered a culprit and therefore deserve to be killed.

In the PURPORT, it is further elucidated:

In a civilization where God is conspicuously banished and there is no devotee warrior like Arjuna, the associates of the age of Kali take advantage of this lawless kingdom and arrange to kill innocent animals like the cow in secluded slaughterhouses. Such murderers of animals stand to be condemned to death by the order of a pious king like Maharaja Pariksit. For a pious king, the culprit who kills an animal in a secluded place is punishable by the death penalty, exactly like a murderer who kills an innocent child in a secluded place.

And finally, in Ch 5, Text 9, P, it is written:

To kill cows means to end human civilization.

So, as i've written before, since Columbine, animal cruelty cases have been more stringemtly punished in courts across the country because social scientists, Prosecutors, DAs, Judges, etc., have determined that 'violence to animals leads to violence to and between human beings.'

So cows are animals also, and the Vedic aphorisms from 5,000 years ago are today in modern american Courts being fully affirmed and validated . . .

Which is why these demoniac Judges have affirmed the demonic Decisions of the two lower courts.

Because they are first violent and cruel to the most defenseless (and deserving of their care) living being, Mother Cow, and next, by definiton (since Columbine) these "ROGUES" (pseudo-Judges, at least in how they've judged the Cow Protectionists' Case) have then been violent to we humans by their callously disregarding the good religious/cultural activities that we are daily performing to the same species that these rogue so-called judges are regularly eating during their lunch break as they pose as upstanding Judges (and 'upholders of the U.S. Constitution') - and forcing us for years to go out of home for hours on unfamiliar ground to care for our beloved family members.

Just see! They all eat the cow, whom we revere, and then they "unanimously" force our cows into exile.

As we have said since 2001: 'Where ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise' . . .

om tat sat,

Stephen Voith