(05:07) Pigs are shipped by truck from Canada to the Oakland, California area. They are then loaded onto shipping containers after 36 hours of transport. Seven days and 4,000 miles later, the pigs arrive in Honolulu Harbor. The temperature, the stress, the horrific conditions are as horrific as you can imagine. The screaming is unbearable. This is for the Hawaiian tourist industries determination to provide "traditional" luaus (pig roasts) for the million dollar industry. The "finished products" are labeled "Island" as if the animals had been raised in the Hawaiian Islands.