Many people have been asking me to comment on the Cincinnati Animal Prison's psychotic, knee-jerk decision to murder Harambe, the gorilla, after a child snuck into the primate enclosure.
First, they should've thrown the parents into the enclosure ALIVE. This would've intrigued and distracted Harambe, and in all likelihood he would've grabbed the parents and let the kid go.
Then, maybe one of those heartless gawkers could've rescued the boy even though NONE of those 'humans-are-great, animals-don't-count-so-we-put-them-on-display-in-cages-as-a-form-of-entertainment, humans-are-the-kings-of-the-world' hypocrites jumped in to rescue the kid in the first place! WTF?
Once the kid was safe, the parents should've been shot in their heads, without harming the gorillas in any way. In case any dipshit is gonna claim my comment is racist because the parents are black, screw you. But to appease any irrational folks who scream racism at every turn without realizing that black people AND white people AND all other humans suck equally, shooting Jack Hanna and Ted Nugent in their heads instead would've been fine with me, especially if I was flown in to pull the trigger!
Then, after the primates went to sleep for the night, the worthless human corpses should've been retrieved and served up to the lions for breakfast. Ya know, all that Circle of Life shit people love to espouse ad nauseum!
This plan of action would've SAVED Harambe and spared the lives of a few cows, pigs and chickens, too, who are always fed to the lions. Sounds like a win-win-win (kid, Harmabe, & hungry lions) for all involved!
Human lives are NOT more important than animal lives! Besides fleas and ticks, humans possess the dubious distinction of being the only expendable creatures on this planet. We bring nothing positive to the table as we are destroyers, attackers and takers. Our extinction would benefit the air, the water, the forests and the animals. But if bees or ants became extinct, the ecosystem would either collapse completely, or be devastated and altered dramatically. That's how important animals are to the planet, and how unimportant humans truly are!