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dimanche 3 juillet 2016

TEMOIGNAGES D' EMPLOYES D' ABATTOIRS USA

Operation Glass Walls

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OPERATION ENQUETE AUPRES DES EMPLOYES D' ABATTOIRS
 TOUT EST A LIRE
 C' EST ENCORE PIRE QUE CE QUE L' ON NOUS DIT HABITUELLEMENT
 IL Y A AUSSI DES VIDEOS
 ET DE NOMBREUX TEMOIGNAGES ONT TRAIT A L' HYGIENE..
 AU HASARD QQ UNS PLUS BAS..


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 In the United States and across the globe, farmed animals and slaughterhouse workers are often hidden from the public eye, shielded behind private walls and isolated in remote locations.
Undercover footage regularly reveals shocking animal cruelty in animal factories. The meat industry usually responds by condemning their workers, and assuring the public that those involved will be punished. Thus, instead of the abuse being addressed as standard practice, each case is treated as an “isolated incident”.
These mixed messages leave many of us wondering who to trust and what to believe.
So what really happens in an everyday slaughterhouse?
In Defense of Animals is tearing down the wall of secrecy, and informing consumers by asking the workers themselves.

1) “I’ve seen thousands of cows go through alive. Sometimes they have all the skin out and they’re all peeled. You can tell they’re alive because when you look at their eyes, you can see tears…” – U.S. Slaughterhouse Worker.
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..........................3) “A lot of the guys drink and drug their problems away. Some of them end up abusing their spouses because they can’t get rid of the feelings.” – U.S. Slaughterhouse Worker.
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............7) “The company won’t allow workers to leave the line when they have to go to the bathroom. Sometimes they have to relieve themselves on the floor.” – U.S. Slaughterhouse Worker.  
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12) “Pigs on the kill floor have come up and nuzzled me like a puppy… two minutes later I had to kill them… I can’t care.” – U.S. Slaughterhouse Worker..

.........13) “Mucous and blood clot defects on the animal’s flesh don’t count unless they are over 2 cm long. The USDA has set tolerance limits at 35 defects per carcass..” – U.S. Meat inspector, affidavit.
 LA DERNIERE MAIS BCP D' AUTRES SUR LE LIEN..

IL Y A DES VACHES EN GESTATION ET LE  VEAU TENTE DE SORTIR NAITRE DONC.. ALORS QUE L' EMPLOYE ABAT LA VACHE....


 19) “What they usually do is when the cow’s guts fall onto the gut table, they rip the uterus open and pull these calves out. It’s nothing to have a live cow hanging up in front of you and see the calf inside kicking, trying to get out.” – U.S. Slaughterhouse Worker.



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