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jeudi 5 mars 2015

ACTION:PETITION POUR NOS BOVINS EUROPEENS



 CETTE VIDEO ATROCE MONTRE LE TRANSPORT  DES BOVINS  VENANT D' EUROPE, TRAVERSANT LA ROUMANIE ET LA BULGARIE PARFOIS SUR BATEAU AUSSI
 CES TRANSPORTS SONT  CATASTROPHIQUES POUR LES BETES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

PUIS LES ANIMAUX ARRIVENT  EN  ISRAEL, A  GAZA ET EN EGYPTE.

TOUS  CES ANIMAUX PROVIENNENT D' EUROPE , ALORS QUE CE TRAFIC EST OFFICIELLEMENT ARRETE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
MAIS IL EST VRAI QU' UNE FOIS LES ANIMAAUX PARTIS, PERSONNE EN EUROPE NE SE PREOCCUPE DE SAVOIR CE QU'IL LEUR ARRIVE, NI DE LA MANIERE DONT ILS SONT TRAITES, ET ABATTUS
 JUSTE DU FRIC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
CEPENDANT RIEN QU' EN 10 MOIS EN 2014 27000 ANIMAUX ONT ETE AINSI CONDAMNES AUX PIRES SOUFFRANCES

 CE SONT NOS VACHES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  ET NOUS SAVONS COMMENT ELLES TERMINENT LEUR VIE.. EGORGEES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 MERCI DE SIGNER ET DE PARTAGER

 VOUS AVEZ LE CHOIX ENTRE UNE VIDEO COURTE.. ET UNE VERSION NORMALE ET C' EST ICI  SUR LA PAGE DE SIGNATURE

 POUR LEUR DIRE ASSEZ DE CES COMBINES!!!!!!!!!!!!



I've got a secret to tell you. And I need your help to expose it.
When we received a tip-off about a hidden trade in European farm animals we knew we had to find out more. But to do that our Investigation Unit had to visit one of the world’s most volatile border crossings, the Israeli‑controlled Kerem Shalom border, where the Gaza Strip, Israel and Egypt converge. They brought back some shocking evidence, which I’m sharing with you today.
What they found was a trade in cattle, transported from the EU, being sent alive into war-torn Gaza to be slaughtered. They tracked down animals who had travelled thousands of miles by land and sea from Romania and Hungary – via Israel – to Gazan slaughterhouses where, frankly, it just isn’t possible to slaughter an animal without causing immense suffering.
EU data makes it look like this trade doesn’t exist. No EU country reports live exports to the Gaza Strip or anywhere else in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT). But, according to figures obtained from the Israeli authorities in the first 10-months of 2014 alone, 27,000 European animals crossed into the OPT.
The truth is this isn’t exactly a secret anyone is trying to hide. It’s just that when animals are exported live out of the EU, anything could happen to them. No government official really knows where they go, how they are treated, or how they are killed. Once animals leave the EU, the European Commission washes their hands of them.
In recent correspondence with Compassion, the head of the European Commission said that although EU law states that ‘full regard should be paid to animal welfare’, that doesn’t apply to animals being traded. I don’t think that’s good enough. Do you?
Thank you for your support. With your help, we'll keep up this fight as long as it takes.