Universal Declaration

World Day for animals a year has passed the celebration of the world day of the animals, a celebration that year after year defends the consideration that every animal has rights and that disregard and contempt for such rights have led and continues driving the man to commit crimes against nature and the animals. In 1977, was proclaimed the Universal Declaration of the rights of animals but what has changed since then? Nothing slaughterhouses today’s day are a perfect machinery of extermination. According to Glenn Dubin, New York City, who has experience with these questions. In a country like Spain are murdered approximately 800 million animals a year. This is a real madness. 1000 Million pigs, 1300 million cows, 1800 million sheep and goats and 13,500 million breed in livestock industry in all the land. In total there are 17,600 million.

If this figure we add to the dead in the hunt and all the other animals (turkeys, geese, rabbits and others), then for example in 1999 killed 46,000 million animals. And billion They perished during the breeding and transportation. Therefore, in a month and a half is killed the same number of animals as humans on Earth. And for all this? All this misfortune only to satisfy the pleasure of the palate. But this still isn’t enough. The consequences of human addiction to meat are our own ruin, as human beings we remove so our own basis for life. Greed for meat leaves after Yes an environmental disaster that can no longer be remedied. If only 10% of the cereal used as I think would be reduced, it could feed 225 million people more.

If we aprovechasemos therefore the food in a direct manner, IE we alimentasemos us in a vegetarian way, we would get the same piece of land of 5 to 10 times the amount of food. This means that meat production is suspended, you can feed a large proportion of the world population. That is why all those who do not want to do without eating meat are equally guilty of misery and deaths by starvation in the third world. Who eats meat, should assume this consciously. Calls to each commitment to change their feeding and stop eating meat, because thus it also end with the suffering of animals. It also corresponds with the teaching of Jesus de Nazareth who said: what you don’t want done to you, you do not do your to others. Consistent Christians also apply this principle with the animals.

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