Lambs to the Slaughter

When lambs are loaded on trucks, as they are sent to the slaughterhouse, I doubt the driver, or the farmer or basically anyone tells them that this is where they’re going.

I wonder what the lambs are thinking.

If they could talk, some would probably say “we’re doomed”, and others would stomp on them and say “shut the hell up, can’t you see everyone is getting anxious” or “why can’t you be more positive”.

Maybe anxiety is natures way of telling you that something bad may be coming your way. If you’re in a rustling truck, driving far away from the farm, it’s appropriate to feel anxious. It’s telling you to be aware of whats going on, and think of an escape route.

The lambs see the butcher, but they don’t know what they’re looking at. The guy is not going to scream “I’M HERE TO KILL YOU ALL”, he’ll whisper reassuringly “come here little friend, follow me”.

Don’t listen to him.

Run away.

 

Author: prescienta

Prescientas ruler

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