Also this is the end of this stupid debate. I do not want to hear any more of the stupid excuses you give these people for their actions.
Well I think that is more than enough of you saying stuff of this nature. You never have a right to call what other people say stupid on this forum even when they are arguing with you. Furthermore, you never have the right to say a debate is over, you may only step out if you no longer desire to continue. (Although, you should keep in mind that means whatever side you are putting forth will no longer be heard unless others hold it.)
All of your ughs and sighs and cursing are unwarranted and unacceptable on a debate forum. Bring yourself up to a polite and appropriate standard otherwise go back to arguing with people on tumblr.
Now, back to your arguments:
Ok, then why did they not want their faces shown. It seems like to me you are trying to make this out as they are doing a service to the community which they are not.
Because as in all communities on this little marble in space, people exist who do not agree with their actions. Sadly for them, the anti-hunting community tends to be a bit overboard in their expression. I have absolutely no qualms with hunting and even some interest in it, if I did it I would consider that in a very small and petty way I was helping feed others and keep nature in check. However, I would not want my face shown to others because I'm in no mood to have people picketing my house and screaming murderer at me.
You can shame people about near anything to the point they won't show their face. Feminists did it to Joss Wheadon in the most hilarious form of cannibalism I've seen this century.
I find this funny you guys are attacking farmers that kill a lot of animals, but i bet they are willing to show their faces in public. On the other hand you guys are defending people that are ashamed and refuse to have their faces shown.
It isn't that we're attacking them for killing a lot of animals, we're bring up farmers to show that your standard isn't being well-thought out at all and comes from a place of ignorance. I don't think anyone supporting hunting is against farming because we realize both play a vital role in feeding our population while checking nature's.
Beyond this, we're pointing out that farming as a standard has fallen quite low with all the animals being bred having generally speaking awful lives in which they're bred to suffer in dank, tiny rooms sometimes with holes permanently set in their bodies, unable to move only to be killed. You can say a lot about hunting, but you cannot say that up to that point the animal didn't have a pretty natural and happy existence.
Not all killing is equal. Killing animals in a farm to feed billions of people vs line up animals to be killed by some rich people as a game.
Is your standard of what you think farming is from picture books? That's pro-farmer indoctrination, mate!
As we pointed out, farming ain't some fluffy good thing life for the animals involved. It sucks for them.
As we pointed out, hunting ain't the evil you're making it out to be. The animal does get used after the fact and it isn't a game just for rich people. My causins and many of my uncles hunt. We are not a classically wealthy clan by any means. Actually, the hunting of deer and other creatures is a very necessary supplement to the food that...wait for it...FARMING gives to that part of my family. And this is partially because my family is of the few who refuse to breed and farm animals in conditions that are destructive to the animal living a happy life. Their chickens run about playing and aren't fed shit that makes them so fat they cannot mate. Their pigs aren't nailed into the ground so they cannot move. They're slopped leftovers and allowed to roll around in their own poopy like happy creatures do. Their cows aren't chained in place with holes in their stomachs to remove the stuff it cannot digest. They're running about on the land eating grass.