Abstract Human life is precious, then how about animals? Ending human life is considered as unethical and this is against the law. However, this does not apply to animals. Even though most families treat their animals as part of their family members, animal euthanasia is still a controversial issue nowadays. Millions of dogs are euthanized in each year and several methods are used by the veterinarian to put the animal to death.
Banning Horse Slaughter Horsemeat has been discovered in the U.S food supply, and is dumped on the dinner plates of unsuspecting consumers. Not only do Americans overwhelmingly oppose slaughtering horses, but horses are not raised for food and over the course of their lives they receive a wide variety of drugs and other substances that make their meat tainted. Being sold for slaughter is one of the many challenges horse’s face to merely live their lives free of abuse and suffering. Hope can be found in the homes and hearts of millions of people ready and willing to protect them. Whether you ride horses, own them, or just love them, I urge you to play a part in their protection through adoption, donations, volunteering or advocacy.
Although many people would develop faint and be emotional if they saw an animal they invested a significant measure of time with slaughtered, the speaker is unmistakably used to this and has even lost count of the cows. This deadness is in all likelihood a numbing impact of growing up encompassed by this lifestyle. The author engrains grisly images even further into the audience, by finishing the poem with a harsh realization. The cow possesses velvety margarine that was made while it was still alive and is utilized to "slather her chops,"(31). The figurative dialect creates visual images and meaning all through the poem from its encompassing of a childlike adoration for a cow.
In Jurgis’ first job, the health standards are extremely low. As I said before in my summary, “ Animals that are diseased were thrown in with the rest, rats constantly run over the meat and eat the meat, and when a human worker would fall into the meat chute, their screams would be ignored and they we packed with the rest of the meat.” If anyone of these things happened in a meat factory, the factory would be shut down and any person high up the imaginary latter would be sued extensively. Another thing that I learned is that you should never commit to an idea before it is proven. Sinclair dedicates this book to his believe that socialism is a better system of government than capitalism. This book was written in 1906 before the rise of the most notable socialist country, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or the USSR.
During their ride in the rail cars to another camp they were not given food for three days so when they had the chance to get bread that was thrown to them, they would fight for it. Indifference can become extremely dangerous because once you start getting to out of hand because you become brain washed to what you’re doing to innocent people. Such as treating people like they’re animals and that they don’t matter. You start to get in a groove where you look at everyone and think you’re better than them and you have the control. “Faster, you tramps, you flea-ridden dog!” “Faster you filthy dogs” (85).
For example: Old Major uses the repetition of comrades throughout his whole speech. He does this to show that all the animals are equal. He starts almost every sentence with “Comrades…”. Old Major also uses hypophora. “Is it because this land of ours is so poor that it cannot afford a decent life to those who dwell upon it?
Is skipping that ten-minute drive to the shelter really worth putting a pet in that bad of a situation? These animals are starving, dehydrated, lonely, and sometimes even injured or hunted by another animal that wants to eat them. A quote on Pinterest says,”Life on a chain is no life at all. If you don’t want them in your home, you shouldn't have them.” This quote is trying to say that
Zoos can’t provide the amount of space that a animal have in the wild. Meaning if the space does not suit the animal it will stress out causing the zookeeper to have to kill the animal. “ That means tigers and lions have around 18,000 times less space in the zoo then in the wild”.Zoos are becoming more dangerous for animals. 3,000 to 5,000 stressed animals are killed each year in zoos. Do you believe that over 400 animals are killed a month, 13 a day,1 every 2 hour all killed in zoos.
A person cannot just take a sack of crawfish from a farmer and pour it directly into a cooking pot. Rice straw, dead fish, and all types of other foreign debris remain in the sack. In addition these crawfish strait from the farmer are not purged and contain intestinal waste. For some, the constraint is not cleaning the crawfish, it is trying to find a place to buy some. If I wanted to cook steaks for 20 of my friends, I could go to Sams, Walmart, or just about any meat market and I could pick up these steaks.
The definition of the word slaughter is ‘to kill in a violent or brutal manner.’ (n.d.,2017) In our minds we recognize violence as being wrong and immoral no matter who the victim may be. Unfortunately, disgusting acts are happening every day behind the closed-doors slaughter houses around the world. Many others and myself, believe that theses slaughter houses should be shut down for some obvious reasons. They have horrible living conditions, they are harming our environment, and they are unnecessary for our survival. First of all, slaughter houses everywhere are being exposed for mistreatment of animals.
Fast food companies and meat processors are uninterested in the possible risks consumers are susceptible to when unskilled workers handle the meat. The analogy links the main idea to the title of the chapter. Schlosser has chosen to present information in this way because it emphasizes the cruelty meatpacking workers endure, they are fired right before benefits become available to them. He wants to affect/influence his readers by demonstrating to them how meatpacking industries only care about making a large revenue each year. 8 paraphrase - repetition of “blood” and “injuries”: “We wade through blood that’s ankle deep…” (171) “Indeed, the rate of these cumulative trauma injuries…” (173) Repetition Schlosser’s use of the device relates to topic and/or purpose by emphasizing the grotesque conditions not only meatpackers and cleanup crews undergo, but also the unsanitary condition in which the meat is cut.
Food inspection has been one of the biggest issues for humans health. And back in the day there was no inspection for it. And many people would get sick from the meat especially they would buy, it was an essential source of protein and back then there wasn’t vegan people everyone used meat. Based on document D meats would get stored in a dark room of course rat is one of the big problem when it come to food. In order to get rid of the rats they used rat poison and when they would get the meat there was dead rats in there as well their poison and they would drag the meat on the ground
Paul McCartney once said,” If slaughterhouses had glass walls, everyone would be vegetarian”. At the same time, these animals are tortured and most never see the light of day and workers are underpaid, overworked, and taken advantage of but people turn a blind eye when they are told about how the animals and employees are treated. Meatpacking employees are constantly injured on a daily basis. Schlosser, in Fast Food Nation, states, “ The injury rate in a slaughterhouse is about three times higher than the rate of a typical American factory”. If the employers are being careless about the safety of their employees, does that mean they are careless when it comes to the meat?
However, their attempts weren 't as successful as they had hoped because animal rights are still being fought for today. Animals are living things and should not be tested on as an object or inhumanely killed as a source of food. According to HFA’s Campaign to Stop Slaughterhouse Abuse, in slaughterhouses, animals are put on conveyer belts to speed up the butchering process. The farmers take into consideration not the well being of the animals, but only the efficiency of how many can be killed in a day. Pigs are dumped into boiling water so if they don 't burn, they drown.