Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Unbelievable Video Exposes the Unimaginable Cruelty of Australia’s Live Export Industry: Australian Wool Industry and Cattle to Middle East to Blame

Unbelievable Video Exposes the Unimaginable Cruelty of Australia’s Live Export Industry: Australian Wool Industry and Export of Cattle to Middle East to Blame

I really can’t express the horror you will see in the video that you will find on this link. For those of you with a heart, you can also find how to act to stop it. It is beyond imaginable. Very sick people. At the very least, Australian wool industry is to blame. On top of that, it’s the Australian cattle industry as well.

The point is that there are no slaughter standards in these countries such as Oman, Kuwait, and Egypt. So, like savages, they have fun slitting throats with dull knives.

The Australian government (in other words, Australian business) temporarily suspended live exports to Egypt, but they need to halt them to all countries. If they are to slaughter, let them do it in countries with some legal standards.

Article and Video:

Further Abuses of Australian Animals Exposed in Gruesome Investigation

http://www.savethesheep.com/f-ausliveexport.asp

In January 2006, in conjunction with Animals Australia, PETA conducted an undercover investigation in the Middle East and North Africa to expose the handling and slaughter conditions endured by sheep who are exported to these destinations from Australia. Contrary to the claims of the Australian government and live-export industry, we found no improvement in the way that animals are housed, handled, and killed in the Middle East. Watch the video footage.

Australian sheep and cattle are kicked, beaten, and dragged off boats by their ears and legs and are left to die in barren feedlots. They are bound up and thrown into the trunks of cars, and they are slaughtered in prolonged and cruel ways that are illegal in the United States, Europe, and Australia. Click here to help stop the abuse of sheep in the wool industry. Australia's most popular investigative current-affairs program, 60 Minutes, recently aired an extended feature exposing the industry's lies and highlighting the continued abuses that animals endure. In response to the massive outcry caused by the exposé, the Australian government suspended live-animal exports to Egypt.

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