What happens to cows after they no longer produce enough
milk for the dairyman? What is the fate of most male calves? They end
their lives in brutal slaughterhouses. Some meat eaters delude themselves
into thinking that twenty-first century slaughter is compassionate. Some
people eat only Kosher meat, trusting that animals slaughtered
Kosher-style die with no pain.
The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)
have concluded an eight week undercover operation (mid-July thru
mid-September 2004), filming so-called acts of compassionate animal
slaughter at the largest Glatt Kosher Slaughterhouse in America, located
Holier-than-thou meat eating Jews claim that killing and
eating animals is justified, so long as the act is done with compassion.
You be the judge. WARNING: The following is graphic, and the truth will
make most people sick:
The 40 minute version:
Tiny URL: <http://tinyurl.com/4fuod
The 5 minute version:
Tiny URL: <http://tinyurl.com/3nd78
If you did not view the above film(s), here is what you
* Kosher slaughterhouse workers shock cows in the face
with electric cattle prods.
* Blood sprays horizontally with great force out of each
* Slaughterhouse workers rip out cow's tracheas while the
animals are still conscious.
* The animals are then allowed to run in pain, screaming,
as blood drains from their bodies.
* Still conscious, one leg is tied and the animal is
hoisted and decapitated.
Are you angry and disgusted? Ask God to damn phony Jewish
Kosher slaughter, or, contact a Jewish activist who is prepared to
dedicate his life to doing something
about this injustice:
Jewish Scholar, Richard H. Schwartz
President of the Jewish Vegetarians of
North America (JVNA)
Phone (718) 761-5876
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