Erik Marcus wrote:
Animal Aid’s autumn investigation took a different approach to gaining footage. Volunteers sneaked into seven UK slaughterhouses and planted hidden remote video cameras. They allowed the cameras to run for days or weeks, and then compiled this footage and released it to the public. The video made headlines across Britain, and the public uproar paid off immediately: within a week Britain’s Food Standards Agency recommended that all slaughterhouses in the country be outfitted with video cameras.
Well, now an Israeli animal rights group has added a brilliant new twist to the approach taken by Animal Aid: they’ve installed a spy cam in a factory egg farm, and are broadcasting the images in real time directly to the web.
Here’s a screenshot of the webpage:
When I was a kid, they said the videos were staged.
Many years later, they said the videos were just a few bad apples.
Then, they said the undercover investigators should have stepped in themselves and stopped the cruelty.
What will they say now?
FACT: animal abuse is rampant throughout ALL animal enterprise.
If you care about animals, the path to take is clear: VEGAN.