Factory farms constitute the most intense cruelty that the human race is capable of. They are, in fact, concentration camps...
in which sentient, sensitive beings live out their all-too-brief lives deprived of fresh air, sunlight, space in which to move about and stretch their legs or wings, and the ability to live in social communities suited to their natures. Their suffering is so intense and unrelieved from birth to death that insanity is a regular consequence of life in an animal factory.
The helpless animals’ minds are simply crushed by pain and deprivation. Norm Phelps
“Poor animals! How jealously they guard their pathetic bodies…that which to us is merely an evening’s meal, but to them is life itself.” T. Casey Brennan
original post from CCTV for ALL Slaughterhouses