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dimanche 13 août 2017

CAMERAS DE SURVEILLANCE DANS LES ABATTOIRS ANGLAIS.. OUI MAIS...

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TOUS LES ABATTOIRS AU ROYAUME UNI VONT DEVOIR INSTALLER DES CAMÉRAS DE SURVEILLANCE!!!!! A DIT THERESA MAY.
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 PAS DE QUOI SE RÉJOUIR PLUS QUE ÇA, DIT L' AUTEUR, CAR LES CONDITIONS D' ÉLEVAGE  NE VONT PAS CHANGER.
 LES ANIMAUX  SERONT TOUJOURS CONDAMNES A VIVRE SOUS ÉCLAIRAGE ARTIFICIEL,  SANS JAMAIS VOIR LE JOUR, SAUF LE JOUR DU TRANSPORT VERS L' ABATTOIR!!
SANS VOIR UN BRIN D' HERBE, NI JAMAIS UN RAYON DE SOLEIL..

 PLIES SOUS LE POIDS DE LEUR CORPS ARTIFICIELLEMENT RENDU OBÈSES ....LES PATTES DANS LEURS EXCRÉMENTS OU DANS LES CADAVRES DE LEURS CONGÉNÈRES DÉCÉDÉS..
....POUR LES HABITANTS PRÈS D' UNE FERME INDUSTRIELLE LE SCÉNARIO EST AUSSI
LUGUBRE..

LES MALADIES CAUSÉES SONT RÉELLES, ASTHME, ET EXPOSITION A DES  MICRO PARTICULES D' ANTIBIOTIQUES  CONSTATES  DANS LES DÉCHETS  DES EXCRÉMENTS ....
IL A ÉTÉ  MIS EN ÉVIDENCE QUE LA PROXIMITÉ D' UN ABATTOIR  CAUSAIT UN ACCROISSEMENT DE CRIMES SEXUELS ET DE VIOLENCE
PIRE ENCORE, LES SEULES PERSONNES VOULANT ENCORE ACCEPTER CE TRAVAIL ET TUER DES ANIMAUX A LA CHAÎNE SONT LE PLUS SOUVENT DES PERSONNES INSTABLES ..  CES  EMPLOYÉS  ACTUELLEMENT SONT SOUVENT DES IMMIGRES...
TITRE D' UN LIVRE INTERESSANT EN TURQUOISE..
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It was announced this week that all slaughterhouses in England will have to install CCTV cameras, in a Government move to try to improve animal welfare on UK farms. As a lover of animals, you’d think I would be thrilled at this news. Instead I can’t help but continue to wonder why on earth we are killing animals in the first place. It shouldn’t be a question of whether or not it’s caught on camera.
I went vegan two and a half years ago, much to the shock of my Turkish family who brought me up on kofte (like meatballs), et borek (pastry with meat inside) and homemade kebab. My grandparents grew up in a small village in Cyprus and could rarely afford the luxury of meat. They left the war-torn country for the UK in the 1950s, worked for years in low paid jobs and began to eat meat dishes. Meat was a luxury – why would I choose to give up a luxury?
Let’s start with the obvious argument – animal welfare. These new measures to put cameras in slaughterhouses might mean something if the very process of raising animals to kill them wasn’t cruel in and of itself. The Government claims that these cameras will help uphold animal welfare laws. But under these apparently protective laws farm animals are allowed to be overfed until their legs break from carrying their own weight, are kept crammed in sheds barely seeing a shred of natural daylight in their lives, and live knee deep in their own faeces and the remains of animals who have died around them. This all happens before they get to the slaughterhouse, and it’s all completely legal.
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........ The Department of Health has found that those living within 150 metres of intensive pig farms “could be exposed to multi-drug resistant organisms” in the air that they breathe. Piles of animal manure left in pits regularly run into rivers, cause oxygen depletion and kill river life – 30 per cent of the nitrogen that pollutes water in the EU comes from livestock. The European lung foundation found that emissions from livestock farms cause asthma and COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) patients living nearby to experience more exacerbations. Living near a livestock farm in the UK, though not as dangerous as the US, is still a health risk....
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...in an interview for the book Slaughterhouse: The Shocking Story of Greed, Neglect, and Inhumane Treatment Inside the US Meat Industry by Gail A Eisnitz.


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...There are increasing cases of slaughterhouse workers being treated for PTSD, as well as workers’ physical health being at high risk. One US study that took data from more than 500 counties between 1994 and 2002 found that when a slaughterhouse was introduced into a community, violent and sexual crime rates increased.  
Is this really a surprise though, when workers are forced to kill hundreds of animals a day – to become desensitised to blood and death – that they suffer mental ill-health or sometimes even increasingly violent behaviour after? No human should have to do that job – and of course it falls predominantly on immigrants into communities, who are struggling to find work elsewhere – after all, who would chose to work in a slaughterhouse?