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Thursday, April 21, 2011

The Fate of Dairy Calves: A texas Farm

I don't need to add any narrative to this as the video speaks for itself.  What I do need to point out is that Agribusiness is pushing for a law that makes filming these atrocities a Felony and The Corporate Owned Slime that are Lawmakers will no doubtfully pass into law.  What kind of a country do we live in  when exposing atrocities perpetrated on living beings become a the Felony and not the act itself ? 

Evil doesn't like when a light shines on it.
Agriculture Industry Pushes To Make Undercover Filming Of Farm Animal Abuse Illegal




2 Comments:

veganelder said...

We live in a country that condones the torture of human animals, would that it were that we didn't, but we do. Torturing our fellow animals is not a leap for us. We are openly becoming the criminal horror show that we secretly (more or less) have been since our inception.

GildedOne said...

No surprise there then. It was only a matter of time that they addressed the problem of slaughterhouses the wrong way - instead of outlawing the atrocities, they outlaw the making public of said atrocities. I'd be willing to bet this still won't stop people from going undercover. It needs to be shown.

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