DES MOINES, Iowa — A 2012 law that banned undercover recording at agricultural production facilities in Iowa has been struck down.
The law, signed by then Governor Terry Branstad, made it illegal for anyone to go undercover as a worker at an agriculture production facility for the purposes of recording the treatment of animals. Activists decried the law, saying it kept them from informing the public about potential inhumane or illegal activities….
All meat eaters are eating adrenaline, which is sought out by the luciferian elite http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2013/09/adrenalized-blood-drinking-addiction-among-the-global-elite/ and enhanced by cruelty in slaughterhouses. Regular ingestion of the “fight or flight” hormones (adrenaline and cortisol), especially in the absence of the physical exertion normally associated with them, is bound to have chronic effects on aggression and anxiety levels in the population.
“Stunning” before slaughter is supposed to be more humane but it may well be that it allows such hormones to more thoroughly permeate the flesh by allowing circulation before the blood is drained. Is a dying animal less traumatized if it’s electrically or physically head-injured before its throat is cut? I don’t know, but this claim seems suspiciously convenient for the carnivore. Kosher and halal slaughtering methods prohibit stunning, and might actually be motivated by such considerations.
In any case, animals aren’t stupid just because they can’t speak the queen’s english. They can hear what’s going on in the next room. They can smell the blood and the decay.
There is no humane way to kill a sentient being. But if you want to avoid overtly satanic influences in your food and body chemistry, this is something you might want to be conscious of. Vegetarianism is more humane, cheaper and almost certainly healthier if it’s done right.