#1 point, cruelty Well, first of all, About 500 million land animals now in the Thailand are raised for dairy, meat and eggs each year and they all got killed in more than 400 slaughterhouses from the factory farming that are exist around the country. However, the cruelty towards these animals is unbelievable. On today's factory farms, animals are crammed by the thousands into filthy, windowless sheds and confined to wire cages, gestation crates, barren dirt lots, and other cruel confinement systems. These animals will never raise their families, root around in the soil, build nests, or do anything that is natural and important to them. In some cases, they live without daylight.
There are many instances throughout the essay when they detail the poor treatment of pigs and cows in the US. These farmers receive no consequences for their ill actions towards the livestock. Singer and Mason suggest that altering the words used to refer to these animals could possibly help reduce the amount of mistreatment towards them. Most livestock animals are kept in stalls that reduce or restrict their ability to move around comfortably. These animals are forced to repetitively give birth, either for creating more meat or producing as much milk as possible, without any concern for their health or wellness.
This is what happened in Russia in the early 1900’s. This is what happened in Animal Farm by George Orwell. John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton said it best, “Absolute power corrupts absolutely.” In Animal Farm, the animals, representing Russia’s people, were upset with the management of the farm. They were eating only enough to stay alive, so they finally had a breakthrough and Rebelled against the humans on the farm, representing the Royal Family in Russia. When the pigs came into power they had seven commandments by which all of the animals need to live.
The rooms where the meat would stay had leaky roofs where water dripped onto the meat. The rooms would be dark, rats would be all around the meat, and when the workers would grab the meat they sometimes would sweep rat dung off the meat. The workmen would deal with this by putting poisoned bread neat the meat so the rats would eat it and die. But either way, these rooms wouldn’t become any cleaner by putting meat, dead rats, and poisoned bread together. Within only one year of the book being published, tons of copies were sold.
Large number of animals are killed in the laboratory every day. These experiments also delivers inaccurate results, and always spread new diseases. Large numbers of animals are severely suffered and killed in laboratories for many company products. They are rudely dragged out of the cold, hard steel cage, thrown into the laboratory and being cutted alive, smothered with cosmetics products and even forced to smoke cigarette, these cruel experiments lost the animal‘s ability to see, hear and smell. Research shows approximately a hundred million animals were killed each year, and 95% of the animals had suffered animal testing, Animal testing must stop to prevent numerous number of animals being abused and killed.
The documentary Food Inc. touches on these topics and shows how little consumers know about what they eat and where it derives from. The documentary Food Inc. shows how most people are under the fallacious belief that their foods are grown on appealing farms often depicted on the packaging of the product themselves. In reality only a few of these farms are present and large factory farms have replaced most of them (Food Inc.). Food Inc. displays how viciously animals are being treated from their living conditions and at slaughterhouses. The documentary also shows how animals are given antibiotics to make them grow much more rapidly.
Most of the animals in the factories do not see sun lights at all, and some of them have diseases. Therefore farming in a factory is controversial topic around the world. In spite of this argument, I think factory farming is not a bad idea of producing meats and eggs. There are some positive parts of this factory farming. Lot of people has that the factory faming spread diseases to other animals and it is unhealthy.
Gangs in prison There are gangs in every prison and the guards have to keep a look out for them; recruiting new inmates “fresh meat” as the inmates call them. They victimise an inmate to join their gang. Gangs are viewed as a means of survival in a prison starved of any morals, and murder and violence is just normal routine. Many prisons are let off with being the worst prisons in the world due to the upkeep of the prison not through the violence decreasing. Venezuela’s prison La Sabeneta is one of the worst prisons due to that they have one guard to every 150 inmates.
They are born and only given enough food to keep them alive, the capable animals are worked to the bone, and once useless they are slaughtered with hideous cruelty. ‘’No animal in England knows the meaning of happiness or leisure after he is a year old.’’ Old Major wants this misery and slavery to stop and for the animals to live freely. As the land was not ‘poor’, it was fertile and the climate was good, they were capable of affording an abundance of food to support a large amount of animals. They could live in comfort but yet they continued in miserable conditions, with their produce being stolen by man. ‘’Remove man from the scene, and the root cause of hunger and overwork is abolished for ever.’’ He says that they could become rich and free overnight.
Millions of animals are poisoned, blinded and killed every year in out-dated product tests for cosmetics, household-cleaning products, personal-care products, and even fruit juices. Imagine being an animal in a laboratory, having no control over any aspect of your life, living inside a locked closet, not choosing when and what you eat, what you do with your time or even deciding when the lights go on and off. This would be your life; deprivation, isolation, misery. Studies have shown that there are various biological differences between humans and animals in the way each react to chemicals, resulting in unreliable data and the health of consumers compromised for scientific values. Tests showed that when 12 substances were tested on rabbit and human skin only two out of twelve results were similar.