The animal rights movement is getting stronger

 

 

 

New Zealand. In New Zealand, animal rights activists have stood in front of a meat shelf and thus blocked access to the goods. They blocked the shelf so customers could not buy meat. The vegan activists protested completely in black and taped their mouths shut. In addition, they held signs saying, “Stop eating animals” or “It’s not food, it’s violence.” Only the police were able to escort the troops from the supermarket.

A member of the DirectAction Everywhere group filmed the action.

The video is now on YouTube:

 

 

In the video, a man is heard saying angrily, “Go away, you disgust me” !!!

When the police are finally called, protesters decide to leave while shouting,

“It’s not food, it’s violence.”

 

And we mean: We thank the active and courageous activists.

 

 

Anyone who has taken part in any such or similar action knows that there will always be aggression, insults, and often even physical violence, but over the years we’ve gotten so “thick skin” that we do not care.

Bei the way, the voice that shouted, “go away, you disgust me” is the rage against those who hold the mirror of truth in front the face of the meat consumers in the supermarket.
Because most people know the truth, but a confrontation with it would mean that they finally have to act right and stop eating animals.

In the end, and when the activists are led out by the police, the meat-eaters will buy nevertheless their meat, but any direct action against the empire of Carnismus will lead more and more people to stop eating animals.

Then this system would cease to exist.

Without demand, no meat.

My best regards to all, Venus

 

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