Thomas Brückner
Thomas Brückner

As Pythagoras (6 Centuries B.C.) said, "What the humans are doing to the animals, the same will come back to them all."

Kenneth George Harman
Kenneth George Harman
  • Thomas Brückner

Serious! He said that!?

Emily Dadi
Emily Dadi
  • Thomas Brückner

true!!!

Ernesto Renard
Ernesto Renard
  • Thomas Brückner

Hope so.........................

Jill Rodgers
Jill Rodgers

WTF is wrong with Ingra, u understand, but can't sign? IDGI, please explain

Kathy Kelly
Kathy Kelly

most important documentary ever made regarding animal and human unconcousness towards them or just plain ignorance, should be required viewing in every learning institution,

Maryann Laukaitis
Maryann Laukaitis

OMG this needs to stop.all of it.there are people sitting in prisons that have done serious crimes.it's time to use them not the animals................Where is JESUS i am so ashamed .

Sharon Brock
Sharon Brock

I couldn't watch it I can just imagine how horrible it is

Vanessa Oates
Vanessa Oates

definitely too painful to watch...amazing how cruel humans can be

Vanessa Oates
Vanessa Oates

an idle bystander contributes equally

Jessy Setano
Jessy Setano
  • Vanessa Oates

absolutely!

Jeannie Olver
Jeannie Olver

Just a glance, sorry but to painful to watch, inhumane. <3

Alba D'Agostino
Alba D'Agostino

I have see video where dogs and cats are killed with gas or with injection, I was shock when I see that video. Is no reason to kill animals, animals have the rights to live a life like humans, perhaps on this planet are so many asshole who abuse of them because they can t talk or defend theyself .I feel sorry for animals who are treated or killed for humans stupidity.

Christopher Jones
Christopher Jones

@ Colin Wright: To expound, when you say (accurately) that "Livestock can be phased out over the course of their natural lifespans," do you also realize that at one time PETA did not favor companion animals (dogs, cats, birds, etc.) either, and wanted the practice stamped out? Their thinking (noble) was to minimize the possibility of animal suffering. They cite No-Kill modality examples of underfunded shelters / poor caretaking, etc., being cases of neglect, which sadly happens. But is this...

@ Colin Wright: To expound, when you say (accurately) that "Livestock can be phased out over the course of their natural lifespans," do you also realize that at one time PETA did not favor companion animals (dogs, cats, birds, etc.) either, and wanted the practice stamped out? Their thinking (noble) was to minimize the possibility of animal suffering. They cite No-Kill modality examples of underfunded shelters / poor caretaking, etc., being cases of neglect, which sadly happens. But is this plain incompetence or mismanagement of an otherwise capably humane system? If so, then meat-eating animal advocates could use the same argument. Humane treatment is the goal - the methods are the debate. Finally, do those with the approach that "karma's a bitch, or what comes around goes around, or god will get these abusers," etc., get a pass (to simply standby and rationalize justice coming from something / someone else instead of making a difference themselves) from you?

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