REFLECTIONS FROM A TRAVELLING VEGAN

REFLECTIONS FROM A TRAVELLING VEGAN

End Animal Slaughter contributor MAYA COHEN-ROHEN'S family getaway triggered reflections on the ugly reality behind New Zealand's picturesque fields and peaceful herds.     A ski-ing holiday was just the ticket for vegan mother and author, Maya Cohen-Ronen  ...

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The Enlightened Omnivore

The Enlightened Omnivore

Our ability to eat many kinds of foods has led to our success as a species.   But continuing to eat other animals is ethically unacceptable because of the immeasurable suffering it causes, writes End Animal Slaughter Contributor PAUL STEVENSON.     Man the...

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Rivers of Blood Flow in Religion’s Name

Rivers of Blood Flow in Religion’s Name

Muslim festival Eid al-Adha was completed this week with the 'sacrifice' of hundreds of millions of animals worldwide (10 million in Pakistan alone).    Every Eid, in designated areas, rivers of blood flow and blood and animal carcasses litter the streets.  ...

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Changing The World In Bite-Sized Chunks

Changing The World In Bite-Sized Chunks

Veganism offers an immediate and logical alternative to the reality of the slaughterhouse, writes PAUL TRITSCHLER.  The author recounts childhood memories of roughly handled and severely distressed chickens, and a pig born on a slaughter truck sliding out of the slats...

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‘Thumping’ and other slaughterhouse terms

‘Thumping’ and other slaughterhouse terms

Do you know what ‘Thumping’ or ‘PACing’ means?   It is a slaughterhouse term used to kill piglets (and also baby goats) by swinging them around and pounding their heads against concrete.     The  act of murdering innocent animals in slaughterhouses, and the cruel...

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‘There Is a Sense of Trust Between Us’

‘There Is a Sense of Trust Between Us’

This moving  story of human/non-human friendship is one of the most unusual we have seen.  It is the story of a Japanese Diver and his friend Yoriko, a humphead wrasse.  The wrasse is a large, diverse and remarkable fish.  There are more than 600 species of wrasse,...

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‘An Earth Without Insects?’

‘An Earth Without Insects?’

  Eighty percent of the biomass of insects has disappeared in just thirty years, and intensive agriculture, particularly the heavy use of pesticides, is  the main driver of this collapse.     The decline in populations worldwide is devastating not only for the...

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They Tried to Escape Their Fate

They Tried to Escape Their Fate

Standing at slaughterhouse gates bearing witness to the animals, Save Movement activists all over the world take photos and videos to share on social media.  This documentation clearly show that animals are worried and fearful.    On the trucks going to the...

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