Another day, another instance of live cattle exported from Australian being shockingly tortured during the slaughter process. They are our animals and we have a right to protect them from such cruelty.
This is not a one off instance. It has happened time and time again and we only know about it from anti animal cruelty activists. Each time our government assures us that all is ok, that they have the processes in place to prevent such things, that each is an isolated instance.
So how come it just keeps happening, again and again and again?
The Liberal Party when it was in office did little and the Labor Party in office has put some good processes in place to prevent cruelty. Well, that is the theory. In practice it hasn't work. The video evidence makes it obvious.
As clear as the nose on your face, live animal exports must be stopped.
One of the less pleasing aspects of Anzac Day just past was hearing how when a horse was badly injured in a battle was not immediately killed, but its vocal chords were cut, as the horse's screams upset the soldiers.
We are supposedly the superior beings, yet we don't care for the animals that give us sustenance, clothing, amusement and a lot more.
Sooner or later, gay marriage will happen in Australia. Sooner or later, live animal exports will be stopped in Australia. Both are inevitable.