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Vegans, I just read that France have made it compulsory that all slaughterhouses contain cameras, is

Author : mermaid

Submitted : 2017-10-22 13:25:35    Popularity:     

Tags: France  read  Vegans  compulsory  difference  

One can only hope. https://www.rt.com/news/373638-france-sl... A difference to who. The cameras are there to ensure that regulations are not broke

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One can only hope.

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A difference to who. The cameras are there to ensure that regulations are not broken. To make sure that the slaughter is as quick and painless as possible. But it's not going to make one particle of difference to you or others of your mind-set. Because you've got it into your head that there is torture going on. You've got it into your head that anyone who could do a job like that is a sadist. When shown proof that is not true, it won't change your mind.

probably not. Slaughtering an animal is a quick and efficient process. the whole idea of "torture" is just ludicris as it wastes time and does NOTHING to improve meat which is the bottom line.
Yes, there are some weirdos hired who may harm and animal unnecessarily, just like schools sometimes hire weirdos that turn out to be pedophiles..no one tells the truth on their job applications.

You have some odd answers!

The intention of the video cameras is to ensure that existing rules and regulations are not broken. All aspects of the handling and treatment of animals will be filmed and the footage will be viewed by animal welfare officers and veterenarians. I can't see how this is going to encourage people to become vegan!

I would assume that it will make it less likely that slaughterhouses or individual workers will break existing rules and laws and that the mistreatment of animals in slaughterhouses will be reduced.

Obviously, this is a good thing, something the majority of people want. This is why the change in the law was proposed and that the French parliament voted for it.

Not to the livestock, they don't care what they look like on TV.

Yes.
European law requires that animals be stunned before slaughter,but the UK has an exemption to that law when It comes to Halal slaughter.
There's no cultural or religious excuses now.
Having camera's In French slaughterhouses ensures that all the animals will be stunned & killed humanely.

nope

It might.

But slaughter, in its least reprehensible form is still slaughter. It's still reprehensible.

Doubtful



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