First they came for the humans but I was not a human, so I remained quiet

Just try it

Just try it

Their call for the removal of humans from the planet spurned, environmentalists now demand the eradication of cats.


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11 responses to “First they came for the humans but I was not a human, so I remained quiet

  1. “What difference does it make “

  2. Walt

    Dude –
    After they snuff all the cats, then they will go after the cat ladies, who as we all know, are bat shit crazy. Like this lady:

    And if you think about it, men are just like dogs, and women are just like cats. It’s true!!

    So what if they don’t stop the killing after all the crazy cat ladies are gone, and decide to go after all females!! Why not? Because they are just like cats, so logic dictates you snuff them all. Right?

    And then, after all the women are gone, they may as well snuff all the men, right? Because why hang around if all the pussy is gone? What would be the point?

    What do you think?
    Your Pal,

  3. Fred2

    Man, I despise cats, but where do all these freaks and misguided “soi-disant do gooder” crusaders to do stuff come from and why do they get 15min (or , depressingly, more) of fame? Don’t they have a life or something productive to do in life?

    • Libertarian Advocate

      Fred2: Astonishingly enough, the answer lies in an exchange between Jack Byrnes and Gaylord Focker on Byrnes’ preference for cats over dogs. Cats are inherently independent creatures that eschew close attachments with humans, but are happy to benefit – on their terms – in inter-species relationships.

      Extrapolating this theory and applying it to the very bizarre Gareth Morgan of New Zealand: Control freaks DESPISE independence, hence their emotional need to obliterate the existence of those who express it.

      Perfect metaphor for the liberal statist mindset, no?

  4. Mickster

    Greenwich police will collect unwanted firearms at the GPD HQ, 11 Bruce Place, on Feb. 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

  5. People who are gaga about birds have always hated cats. I guess he’d prefer to be overrun by rodents too.

    • Anonymous

      I. Love. Cats. A lot. I am a crazy cat lady. I also love dogs. And birds. And other animals. This New Zealander guy is a LOONY. Back to the Middle Ages and the Plague, etc for New Zealand. In the meantime, I have a cat (or two or three) to cuddle on my lap while I watch football, or movies, or work at my computer. I also have a dog at my feet, and to play fetch with, and take long walks with. Small joys in life that make the difference.

  6. Zippy from Delray

    Dang! Thar be a zillion ferel cats in Al Dente’s neighborhood, Good thing though. If not for the cats, they’d be overun with roof rats. They dont call it Boca Raton fer nothing.

  7. TheWizard

    Yes, they can have my cats.
    When they pry my cold, dead fingers from around them….

  8. Duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuude

    Keep in mind this jihad is in New Zealand, where the cats (and other animals brought over by Europeans) are “displacing” the native species. I for one would LOVE to send Special Forces over there to train the native birds in kitty-counter-insurgency, but alas…
    Here’s a phrase that might send a shiver up the ol’ spine — “New Zealand has an image of being 100% pure.” Pure, as in “Final Solution to the Fluffy Question” pure it seems.