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Earthlings: Animal Slaughter Movie
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I'm not pro on cruelty among animals. Please don't hurt me.
I just say:

some jobs are mind-numbing and soul crushing.
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onibrotonel wrote:

I'm not pro on cruelty among animals. Please don't hurt me.
I just say:

some jobs are mind-numbing and soul crushing.


Makes you wonder how those people are just weeded out.
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So idealistic.
But what about my ideals?
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Hmm you know I watched the video and was left with only one question. Why is it humans complain about how humans kill other animals but no one stops to ask the Tiger about how he made his kill? While a few parts of the video I will disagree with such as the dog in the Trash Truck. I noticed they show a scene of a hunter taking a deer by bow and in my opinion there is nothing wrong with that. Humans have been taking deer by bow for a long time now and I seriously doubt they ever asked themselves how the deer felt. For those that think we shouldn't hunt deer go for a evening drive in Northern Missouri. We have way too many deer here.
Now a personal pet peeve of mine is Catch and release fishers complaining about people who keep the fish. What is more humane catching and keeping your limit of fish to eat or repeatedly hooking fish and stressing out the fish all day because you like flipping out some fake food for the fish to bite on?
That aside I'd like to point out that I am not for senseless torture of animals. However all these people saying that slaughter houses all have horrible ways to kill an animal I suggest this to you. Find a faster, cheaper, more efficient way to kill these animals. In fact for all the money spent trying to stop the slaughter of animals I'm sure they could have instead found a faster cheaper more efficient way. How about a guillotine like device the cow puts its head thru to get food then Bam! near instant decapitation.

Btw anyone know how to make a cat go "woof!"?

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Not much more I can say that's already been said. The animal needs to be dead before one can harvest it. We don't need sick fucks in the workplace that want to torture the animals rather than kill them. Skinning that dog alive was horribly sick. I don't know what they were putting the monkey in either... The fact is that there are better ways to kill animals with efficiency without torturing the poor thing to death. People act like modern day Nazis in the food industry.
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Watching things like that just remind me of how much I honestly fucking humankind.. People in those videos should be beat / fucking raped / castrated / and murdered the same way they murder those animals!!! I am NOT a part of PETA and never will be a part of those wack jobs but the things in that video were going way to far..
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could you even stand this brutality?


Ignore it and turn a blind eye, that's reality. It's what I do, it's what everyone does, it's what happens, it's what will happen.

Why OP do you plan on doing something?
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pandrasb wrote:


could you even stand this brutality?


Ignore it and turn a blind eye, that's reality. It's what I do, it's what everyone does, it's what happens, it's what will happen.

Why OP do you plan on doing something?


Part of me says "sure", but the majority of me says "no". If I were to do something, mind as well have me join PETA. They're the leading organization to stop animal cruelty, and I wouldn't even get a peep out to the world about this brutality. What my point is in the video, is the "brutality behind it all". The heartlessness in the peoples eyes as they literally skin some of them alive and whatnot. Like the dog being skinned. Or the monkey in a blender... (I think it was a blender).

It's just to open others' eyes, but I alone cannot commit to do anything to stop it all. That's what the whack-jobs at PETA are for, honestly.
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