|Forum topic by DKV||posted 543 days ago||604 views||0 times favorited||8 replies|
543 days ago
Sixteen Sacramento area veterinary clinics and county animal shelters held the annual Spay Day for qualified low income residents. Below is a quote:
“Spaying and neutering dogs and cats leads to better health and improved behavior, and reduces the number of animals entering area shelters.”
I started thinking that if you reworded the quote to read: “Spaying and neutering men and women leads to better health and improved behavior, and reduces the number of people entering the prison system.”
Society could control crime and rampant low income population growth through a program of this type for human beings. Any young individual that showed signs of unlawfullness and/or anti-social behavior would automatically be spayed or neutered.
The amount of money saved through the program would be tremendous. Just think, dramatically reduced welfare programs, reduced court and prison costs, reduced mental and physical assistance programs…I could go on and on. The world would become a eutopia of sorts where only the socially responsible would reside.
I do admit that some, through no fault of their own would have to be helped through life but the cost savings would be so great that the few requiring assistance would become a drop in the bucket compared to what we currently spend on those that choose not to be part of the functioning human race.
The cost savings could be put into science programs to solve the problem of those born without full mental or physical capabilities that would more than likely cause them to be a burden on the rest of us.
I’m guessing there are those out there that agree with me and will say so. I’m also guessing there are those out there that agree with me but are afraid to say so because they have been taught/brainwashed into believing it is our duty to take care of those that choose not to participate or as they say “those less fortunate”. Well guess what? My program is taking care of those less fortunate. Rejoice, we now have the answer!
-- 2014 will be a different year...at least for me it will.