Politicians Protect Meat Industry by Making Activists Criminals
The meat industry depends, more than anything else, on walls. The walls of farms and slaughterhouses prevent consumers from seeing what the production of their food really looks like. They prevent journalists and activists from exposing unethical, even criminal acts within. They enable corporations to paint happy, bucolic pictures of their operations that bear no resemblance to the reality of modern-day factory farming.
Tags: Animal Justice, Animal cruelty, Animal rights
This article originally appeared on Transcend Media Service (TMS) on 4 Nov 2019.
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