HIGH SPEED SLAUGHTERHOUSES A GIANT STEP BACKWARDS

The worst incidences in animal slaughter occur in slaughterhouses where line speeds are increased.  Gail A Eisnitz in her book 'Slaughterhouse' talks of pigs surviving the stunning process and having their throats slit, then being dumped into scalding water fully...

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The psychological toll on Slaughterhouse Workers

Killing and dismembering sentient beings has an enormous toll on the workers who do it. https://yaleglobalhealthreview.com/2016/01/25/a-call-to-action-psychological-harm-in-slaughterhouse-workers/?fbclid=IwAR2Wnb-qR6ejmmFTf805k0-eS2qC7Tw-R03pL224KUUhAdRXtYR9bxPo0DY

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Activists should be compassionate and calm

'Compassion and Calm'All the forms of activism and outreach are valuable, but activists need to be respectful and inclusive, writes End Animal Slaughter contributor Sonja Penafiel Bermudez.                                              As an animal rights...

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‘I’ve Seen You In The Meat Aisle’, by Emily Murphy

I’ve seen you in the meat aisle Seen you choosing what to eat Eyeing up their body parts In rows all nice and neat. I’ve seen you grabbing bottled milk That wasn’t made for you And I know you never think about The suffering they knew. I’ve watched you fill...

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Foxes in the Hen House

Jacinda Ardern and the New Zealand Government appear to have  a blind spot in Brand Kindness, writes Save Animals from Exploitation’s Campaigns Officer MONA OLIVER. Tens of thousands of NZ animals are still enduring horrendous conditions on ships bound for countries...

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We’re sorry, Dr Drip….

The story of Dr Drip highlights what is wrong in the horseracing industry, write Lynley Tulloch and Sandra Kyle. Dr Drip was an American multi-stakes winner, a racehorse with an impressive pedigree, bred for big things.   During his career he earned a barrel...

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Why are human beings cruel?

It may be hard to understand the precise origins of human cruelty, but the harm our actions cause to non-human animals need not be difficult to change writes End Animal Slaughter's SANDRA KYLE. There are a number of theories about why human beings exhibit cruel...

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Veganism is Not a Fad – It is a Revolution

Getting on to 25 percent of the entire world is now vegetarian/vegan, and the number keeps growing. The end of animal agriculture is on the horizon. End Animal Slaughter predicts that by 2025 slaughterhouses in the Western world will be closed, exploited workers will...

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It’s Time to Challenge the Status Quo around Speciesism

End Animal Slaughter contributor LYNLEY TULLOCH knows who the animal 'terrorists are' - and it's not the activists! "In Australia, as in New Zealand and elsewhere, the animal agriculture industry terrorises millions of animals as a matter of routine. They hold them in...

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Finding Our New World

We too are animals, and we create our world within our own minds writes End Animal Slaughter Contributor PAUL STEVENSON. When we begin to extend our circle of compassion to include all beings we will transform not only ourselves, but the world we live in. For...

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Why fishing is wrong

The notion of 'ahimsa' provides a clear path to guide moral treatment of other animals, writes End Animal Slaughter's Sandra Kyle Today I found a photo of the Prime Minister of New Zealand’s partner, a celebrity fisher with his own television show, holding an enormous...

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Why vegans don’t wear leather and you shouldn’t either

End Animal Slaughter's Sandra Kyle has been visiting India for more than twenty-five years, and has recently returned from her latest trip. In the second of a series of articles for this website on the state of animals in India, she looks at illegal trafficking of...

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The plight of the ‘Sacred Cow’ in India

End Animal Slaughter’s Sandra Kyle recently visited India to receive  the Phillip Wollen Animal Welfare Award.  The Award was presented by the Haryana-based Teachers’ Association for Animal Rights, and was given to her by prominent Animal Rights activist...

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Today, 8 April 2019, slaughterhouses are in lockdown all over Australia as activists stage their peaceful protest against the mass killing of innocent animals. One of the leaders is Patty Mark, who has protested against slaughterhouses for decades. Read about Patty in...

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Should CCTV cameras be mandatory in slaughterhouses?

  There are a number of countries around the world, including Israel the UK and France, that have made the installation of CCTV cameras mandatory in slaughterhouses.     Here in New Zealand there have also been calls for CCTV cameras. not only in slaughterhouses...

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Pig tries to defend friend from slaughter

In this heartbreaking video a pig about to be killed in northwestern China is defended by another pig who rushes to his aid when his friend starts to scream.   True change will only come about in human affairs and relations when we begin to extend our circle of...

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Fishing for Mammals

At least one trillion fish are slaughtered each year for human consumption.  As End Animal Slaughter contributor Dr Lynley Tulloch writes, overfishing and by-kill caused by drift nets and bottom trawling has a devastating impact not only on individual fishes and and...

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