Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Animal Holocaust

Out of curiosity, I went on a food and health documentary binge on Netflix. After watching Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead, I was mesmerized. I followed up with Forks over Knives and Food Inc.

I’m disgusted by the abuse and unethical living arrangements these poor animals are forced into. PLEASE take the time to see how animals are tortured. My heart absolutely breaks for them.

These companies only have one thing on their mind, MONEY. There is so much evil in this world.

The media lies so much and gets away with it, because of power and money. For example, one of the meat companies slaps a label on their products that depicts a pretty red barn with lush rolling green hills in the foreground, with the sun protruding off in the distance.

Than it transitioned to that companies slaughter house and the ACTUAL animal’s living conditions. These demonic companies pump preservatives into the animal feed, to fatten them up faster and guess who’s eating those preservatives, you are. How the fuck do you think they're able to charge $1 for a burger or chicken sandwich nowadays? The cows, pigs, chickens and other animals are taken from their families, locked in cages, whipped, force fed, chained and slaughtered.
So the next time you order fast food, just know you're eating the lowest quality food humanely possible.
And this isn’t just Fast food corporations who are guilty. Tyson, Perdue and all the mass meat packaging companies are just as wicked. Perdue denied all interviews with the Documentary, which just shows how freaking shady they are.

This world needs a serious wake up call.
(My final for last years painting class) It's shitty, but I love the message
I know I am only one voice but to help my little farm friends, I’m changing my lifestyle.
I am proud to say I am fully committing to a Pescatarian diet and I'm working my way into veganism. These Documentaries have opened my eyes and I can't knowingly partake in such cruelty.  


  1. I have read that Purdue does a good job raising chickens. They tout the cleanliness of their operation. I don't know about the others.

  2. Dude, I totally get you there....I watched the SAME documentaries on Netflix not too long ago and felt the same way. The problem? I fucking LOVE meat. Like over the tope love meat. So cutting it out? Not really an option for me. BUT...I can be aware of not buying from companies like that...which I TRY to do. It is hard though sometimes.

    My cousin did some work at Perdue in North Carolina. He came back from the job and showed me pics on his phone of the conditions with were so gross. I then freaked the fuck out when I realized he could have gotten in a TON of trouble for taking those pictures....those people ARE Nazis, man.

  3. I always wonder what aliens would think if they landed here and watched us eat the other species.