Do Animal Welfare reforms reinforce the idea of animal exploitation?

Do Animal Welfare reforms reinforce the idea of animal exploitation?


Our most powerful weapon is truth. Instead of challenging this system of animal agriculture, I think we’ve reinforced it I think welfare reforms is a great example because people who buy eggs in California do think that the eggs are happy eggs They think animals are not dying from cannibalism at 4 times higher than the rates that they’re dying in the battering-cage facilities. They think they can go and buy these products and have a happy face. And Whole Foods is doing things because people have put pressure on them to do things. Now imagine if instead of just a few dozen activists around the country, if we had thousands and millions of activists protesting not just Whole Foods, but Walmart, Costco, Trader Joe’s as well. Subtitles by the Amara.org community

5 thoughts on “Do Animal Welfare reforms reinforce the idea of animal exploitation?

  1. Direct Action Everywhere get a real job. you do not have the rights to disrupt and tell people what to buy or what to eat and that is the truth

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