Liberation. This is my new tradition for Thanksgiving, a holiday I’ve never felt I could identify with. First as a Native American woman and more recently because of the massive genocide that currently takes place on this day. My life has been deeply changed within the past year. I found the fire that lights me up inside. I know that my purpose on this broken planet is to save the lives of the innocent, to reconnect my fellow earthlings with their hearts, and to bring liberation to as many souls as I can.
I’ve been into the depths of hell where animals lives are stollen from them, where families are torn apart, and children are mutilated and forced to feel the worst pain you could imagine. This hell exists here, right in front of us. In farms, in auction houses, in slaughterhouses. I’ve seen with my own two eyes, the true cost and I can tell you with utmost certainty, it’s not worth it. This is the fourth year since I freed myself from the grips of cruel, outdated traditions. This is the first year I walked an innocent to her freedom. It’s time for new traditions. Time to live in line with our values. It’s time to stand up and speak up loudly for what is right. It is time to take action and no longer stand by waiting for something to happen. We make the future, we have the power to change the course of history, we have the duty to intervene, and we have the obligation to do everything in our power to help other beings no matter their species, gender, or religion. No matter if their skin has a different pigment to our own, or if they have scales, fur, or feathers. All beings deserve to have freedom and life. Join me on the side of history that respects all families not just our own. On the side of justice and the intolerance to injustice of all kinds. The side of love and rejection of hate. It’s time for Liberation.
Liberation for the animals.
Liberation because we are all animals.
100 turkeys liberated.
📸: @kevin_lee_baker - 6 hours ago