The Current Abuse Of Animals Under Greedy Capitalism

Farmed animals—those raised for the meat, dairy, and egg industries—are among the most abused in the United States, in numbers that are so staggering as to be almost incomprehensible. Investigations and industry whistleblowers have discovered abuses on farms and in slaughterhouses that are so horrific, most people cannot even bear to witness them. Despite their vast numbers, and the severity of the abuses they experience, farmed animals receive only miniscule protections by our legal system today. As a result, American National Socialists who lobby Congress seek to develop creative legal strategies that allows to improve and expand upon current law, looking toward a day when farmed animals receive basic protections under our legal system.

The Humane Methods of Livestock Slaughter Act is similarly limited. Originally passed in 1958, the Act requires that livestock be stunned into unconsciousness prior to slaughter. This is usually accomplished through electrocution when dealing with pigs, and captive bolt stunning for cows, goats, and sheep. The Act excludes birds, who make up more than 90 percent of the animals slaughtered for food, as well as rabbits, fish and other animals routinely raised for human consumption. It also permits ritual slaughter in which the animal is not rendered unconscious before slaughter. Unfortunately, enforcement of this Act has been inconsistent, and animal protection activists continue to uncover and expose pervasive and horrific violations of it.

The National Socialist Agenda For Animal Protection

In the United States, most White Americans favor laws protecting animals.  National Socialists believe in strong animal protection laws as well and believe Congress is the place to start to pressure for those laws.

I. Elimination of inhumane kosher slaughtering and cruelty.

a.) Some countries have already banned kosher slaughtering as inhumane to animals, i.e,  New Zealand and Holland.

 

II.  Unbearable torturing and suffering in animal experiments should be outlawed. 

 

III. Commercial animal trapping is inhumane and should be outlawed.


 
 
IV. Animal welfare and protection should be a mandatory subject taught in American schools. The world becomes what you teach!

 





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