Yes, really! I kid ye not.
Or does he just want to eat him?
"Was not the Christian religion born of the crucifixion? Of God, in human form, dying on the cross like an animal without rights?"
"There is nothing in Scripture that states that the Ten Commandments apply only to humans. Far from it, God seems to incrementally introduce fairer treatment for more animals."
"Men seem to lock themselves into very wicked ways through long tradition, practices which God attempts to save them from."
Total fantasy, of course.
And like many a believer in a fantastic creed, he drives deeper and deeper into fantasy and unreality.
Our Lord and Saviour, JESUS CHRIST, became MAN for us. He did not become animal.
Et homo factus est...
Et animal factus est...
To liken Him to an "animal without rights" and merely "in human form" is a supreme blasphemy, as I need hardly add.
He then fantasises over the Ten Commandments, pretending they are for animals as well as men and that animals can choose not to murder, commit adultery, covet, lie and, in other ways, sin, when he knows perfectly well that they have no such power of free will.
He pretends, next, that it is all about God incrementally introducing "fairer treatment for more animals".
Where does it say so in Scripture, doctrine or tradition?
Ah, err, well.... nowhere actually. But - hey! - why should that worry Mr Fantasy?
And, of course, he is opposed to "long tradition". He has to be! If not he'd have to admit that the Church never taught the nonsense he comes out with and that all Christian tradition is against him.
Poor fellow, I fear we may see him, ere long, manning the barricades in the manner of David Koresh and his Branch Davidians of the aptly named Waco, or Jim Jones, the Jonestown leader in Guyana.
It mauled her.
His view is about as far away from Roman Catholicism - or, indeed, any form of Christianity - as even the most bizarre and evil of creeds are.
His is a deadly, evil creed which seeks not to raise animals up to the level of humans (which is, anyway, impossible) but to drag man down to the level of dumb animals.
Man was not destined to be an animal but rather a rational being, free to choose to obey his Creator. Thus, to try to make of him an animal results only in making him far lower than any animal and more like a devil.
Cannibalism is the logical flip side of animal liberationism.
If men are no more than animals then they can, like animals, be subject to abortion, infanticide, abandonment, euthanasia, cannibalism and a host of other actions which animals, acting from mere instinct, do to each other but which, for men, endowed with reason and free will, to do to each other, would be deeply evil.
His odious and detestable creed is truly diabolical and, did he but know it, the invention of a satanic mind.
Let us pray for him and those like him that they may be released from the spell that has been cast over them and which has darkened their reason to such an extent that they cannot distinguish, any longer, between men and animals.
He used to say "I am no admirer of the poacher, particularly as I am a vegetarian".
Let us never forget what he did to men, this great "animal lover".