(fly) – Murderers!
Murderers! “DON’T EAT MY FAMILY” “I DON’T DRINK MILK” – They’ve been like this for a week now.
They’re so annoying. I’m fed up! – That’s because their association
for animal, plant and mineral rights
will soon hold elections and Laura wants to be president.
She’s excited. It’s normal. – Humans and animals: Get together!
Stop stealing their milk. Let’s pet worms, horses,
cows, dogs and cats. Let’s kiss scorpions,
let’s hug lions… well, may be pigs better… Murderous carnivores! Egotists! It’s time to unite
with animals. (ovation) Hand in hand…
paw in hand. (ovation) Animals, welcome.
Plants and minerals, too. “VOTE FOR LAURA” Let’s go! – President!
President! – I’m fed up! She is becoming more and more
annoying. She makes me feel guilty. – You have the right to eat meat
without being called murderer. – It is my right! I’m fed up. – But think a little. Laura is anxious
about the elections. She wants to be
elected president. It’s normal. Think and be a little
more sympathetic. Even if she is a vegetarian
she is a good person. – You are right. – I have an idea.
We could make her a poster. – Yes, yes! – Will you help me?
– Alright. – Do you like this one? – I like the shape. I love it!
It’s perfect. This is the one. – With animals…not bad.
But this is the best one. – Look at this one. – In Obama’s style? – Yes. This one?
– Yes. – How do we give it to her? – We could hang it in her bedroom as a surprise.
– Perfect! “Yes, we can”. We would like to come in
to give Laura a surprise. – Sure, come in. (mystery music) – Have you seen this picture?
This is unbelievable. – Where should we hang it? – No! I have an idea!
– Why did you take a picture? – I’ll tell you later.
Let’s go! (oriental music) – I’m sensing some negative energy.
That’s normal, you slaughter animals in here. Thank God I’m here to help you. That will purify the atmosphere. It’s a ritual from native
American Toltecas. (ritual music) Everything is clean now. I’m so nervous!
The election is tomorrow. – We got something for you. – Vote for me! Thanks! So much work! – Tito helped too. – I chose the colours. – I thought you were annoyed with me because I fight
against animal abuse. – Not at all! We love
to be called murderers while we are eating! – You have to understand the concept. The sense of togetherness
between humans and animals, where there’s no room
for murder or abuse. Don’t you have a conscience?
Don’t you have a sense of justice? (ovation) We are all brothers and sisters! (ovation) Reject abuse and murder…
It’s the beginning of a new era… (flamenco music) When I was a kid my grandfather would take me
to bullrings and… Look: (applauses and ovation) (flamenco music) I know it’s a contradiction…
I’m against the slaughter of bulls, against animal abuse. But it’s also true that I have
these happy childhood memories. I’m ashamed,
I admit it. – It’s OK. We won’t tell anyone.
Don’t worry. – We’re good friends. – Thanks! – But if you want us to keep the secret
you must accept two conditions. First, no more demonstrations
in the dining room. Enough! And second… – Yes. And second: whenever we want
to put sugar in our coffees we will ask you
to do it. – That’s enough!
That’s sexism! It’s not fair!
Carnivores and chauvinists! I can’t stand this!
It’s not fair! – President!
President! – Murderers!
– Nazis! – They’re eating meat! – Let’s go! – What’s your favourite sign? – The swan. – Excuse me. You know
what’s mine? President. – President? Congratulations! (applauses and ovation) (he types) – We are all contradictory. That someone can enjoy
torturing animals is beyond my understanding. But the fact that Laura
is a bit contradictory is something I like. It makes her…
a real person.