If Factory Farms had Glass Walls, would you eat conventional Meat?

Via on Dec 8, 2009

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It’s not about killing, merely: it’s about cruelty. And, ahimsa.

Paul McCartney for PETA:

Egad. You may not become vegetarian after watching this video (I dare you to get through two minutes of it)…but you’ll certainly support restaurants that offer local, free range meat, and buy your groceries more carefully. Gare-on-teed.

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7 Responses to “If Factory Farms had Glass Walls, would you eat conventional Meat?”

  1. The Smiths Indeed says:

    Simply shocking. Meat is murder.

  2. Via Facebook:

    Tom F
    what about the animals suffering at peta's headquarters? the thousands of animals that peta "puts down" every year?

    in 2008, peta took in 2,216 animals, had 7 of those animals adopted, and killed a total of 2,124. these are numbers from peta. this happens every year.

    don't believe it? here's the documenting paperwork from peta:… See More

    http://tinyurl.com/jdp3w

    more info: http://www.petakillsanimals.com

  3. Via Facebook:

    Tom F
    what about the animals suffering at peta's headquarters? the thousands of animals that peta "puts down" every year?

    in 2008, peta took in 2,216 animals, had 7 of those animals adopted, and killed a total of 2,124. these are numbers from peta. this happens every year.

    don't believe it? here's the documenting paperwork from peta:… See More

    http://tinyurl.com/jdp3w

    more info: http://www.petakillsanimals.com

  4. Via Facebook:

    Tom F
    what about the animals suffering at peta's headquarters? the thousands of animals that peta "puts down" every year?

    in 2008, peta took in 2,216 animals, had 7 of those animals adopted, and killed a total of 2,124. these are numbers from peta. this happens every year.

    don't believe it? here's the documenting paperwork from peta:… See More

    http://tinyurl.com/jdp3w

    more info: http://www.petakillsanimals.com

  5. Via Facebook:

    Tom F
    what about the animals suffering at peta's headquarters? the thousands of animals that peta "puts down" every year?

    in 2008, peta took in 2,216 animals, had 7 of those animals adopted, and killed a total of 2,124. these are numbers from peta. this happens every year.

    don't believe it? here's the documenting paperwork from peta:… See More

    http://tinyurl.com/jdp3w

    more info: http://www.petakillsanimals.com

  6. [...] The cruelty in the conventional animal factory world is startling, horrific—we’ve all seen those PETA videos, but how many of us have made it through even one? I haven’t, and I try once a week [...]

  7. [...] least switch to free range (even though it’s hardly free enough) we could begin to lessen the daily unholy suffering of our otherwise out-of-sight out-of-mind animal friends. Bea I realize there will be “incremental” change. I know too that less [...]

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