I AM NOT a scientist but I can put two and two together – these are my thoughts on the Covid-19 pandemic.
Mother Nature is kind and giving, and she gives us all we need to survive on planet Earth.
It seems to me that when Man (notice I didn’t use the word ‘mankind’ as I find more and more that some humans are not that kind at all) preys upon nature’s most vulnerable endangered animals, Mother Nature dishes out payback.Read more
Why Man needs to consume rare and endangered animals in the 21st century is beyond my comprehension.
It has been going on for far too long.
We have all seen bears in cages with tubes sticking out of them to extract their bile – health-giving if digested, apparently.
We have all heard of a dining table with a hole cut in it so that greedy rich men can slice open the skull of a monkey strapped underneath and feast on its brain while the animal is still alive.
And what about endangered tigers consumed for their virility-producing properties?
Then there is the magnificent rhinoceros, killed for its horn which is powdered and sold to fat rich men to get an erection – have they not heard of Viagra?
That’s enough – I could list more – but it only makes me angry.
But wait, there is just one more endangered animal that deserves a mention – the pangolin.
Evidence points to a pangolin as the original carrier of the Covid-19 virus.
They eat bat droppings, and why Man would need to eat this endangered animal is once again beyond my comprehension.
Mother Nature provides all the animals we need to eat – cows, sheep, pigs, chickens and more.
The sooner we stop the sale of endangered animals for human consumption, the better.
Mother Nature is not happy, and what with climate change and rampant human consumption, I don’t blame her.
It’s now payback time, and payback is a bitch
The whole world is on its knees because we disrespected the Mother who has provided us with the most.