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MessageSujet: never buy wool 🎁 martyr,blood ,death, tears, agony, genocid   Lun 22 Oct - 12:16

https://www.peta.org.uk/blog/10-reasons-not-to-wear-wool/

https://www.peta.org.uk/blog/forget-wool-eco-friendly-vegan-fabrics-are-the-future/

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MessageSujet: Re: never buy wool 🎁 martyr,blood ,death, tears, agony, genocid   Lun 22 Oct - 12:18

10 Reasons Not to Wear Wool

Many people have never considered the impact that the production of wool garments has on the animals whose fleece is used. Sheep are gentle individuals who – like all animals – feel pain, fear, and loneliness, yet the wool industry treats them as nothing more than wool-producing machines, showing them little to nothing in the way of respect and compassion. Here are 10 reasons why we shouldn’t wear wool:

Sheep are abused for wool.

PETA and its international affiliates have exposed the rampant cruelty in shearing sheds across Australia, South America, the US, and the UK. In PETA Asia’s recent investigation of UK shearing sheds, sheep were seen being beaten, stamped on, thrown, and mutilated by workers. This abuse is standard in the wool industry.

Lambs face terrifying procedures – without any painkillers.

Castration and tail-docking are just a couple of the painful mutilations that lambs are forced to endure, often without any painkillers. A tight rubber ring is placed around male lambs’ scrotums, and sharp tools are used to cut out their testicles. By the time lambs reach just 6 weeks of age, workers cruelly cut part of their tails off as they tremble in terror. In Australia, in a barbaric procedure called “mulesing”, workers force lambs onto their backs, restrain their legs between metal bars, and carve huge chunks of flesh from their backsides. Instead of bonding with their mothers and exploring their surroundings, as they would in their natural environment, these terrified lambs are subjected to a living nightmare.

Shearers work at reckless speeds.

Shearing isn’t just a haircut. It’s usually a violent, horrifying experience for sheep. Shearers are generally paid by volume, not by the hour, which encourages them to work as quickly as possible. And in Australia – the world’s top wool producer – illegal drug use is rife in the industry. Workers recklessly shear as many as 200 sheep a day – leading to rough handling and frequent injuries to the animals. Sheep are commonly deprived of food and water for 24 hours before they’re shorn so that they’ll put up less resistance.
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MessageSujet: Re: never buy wool 🎁 martyr,blood ,death, tears, agony, genocid   Lun 22 Oct - 12:19

Millions of sheep die from exposure each year.

Sheep are shorn in the spring, just before some breeds would naturally shed their winter coats. However, many are shorn prematurely, leaving them exposed to harsh weather conditions without any protection from the cold. To make sure that they always have enough sheep to make a profit, farmers simply breed them to bear more lambs in order to offset the deaths.

Wool is one of the most environmentally damaging materials.

According to the groundbreaking “Pulse of the Fashion Industry” report, wool is one of the four most environmentally damaging materials. Since it’s one of the lucrative co-products of the unsustainable meat industry, this is hardly surprising. Land has been cleared and trees have been cut down to make room for grazing sheep, which has led to erosion, increased soil salinity, and decreased biodiversity. Here in the UK, environmentalists are highlighting the negative impact of sheep farming on the land.

Sheep are gentle, loving, intelligent animals.

Studies have proved that sheep are gentle, sensitive animals who are not only emotionally complex but also highly intelligent. Just like humans, they visibly express emotions – showing signs of depression when they experience stress or isolation – and they can recognise different facial expressions in humans. Like dogs, they wag their tails when stroked, and they’ve been known to nuzzle humans affectionately in order to get their attention. Sheep all have unique personalities, and they don’t deserve to suffer horrifically in the wool industry.

Sheep don’t naturally need to be shorn.

It’s a myth that sheep would overheat if they weren’t shorn. In nature, they produce just enough wool to protect themselves from extreme weather conditions. They only grow excessively heavy fleeces when humans breed them specifically to do so, which can cause them to suffer from infections.
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MessageSujet: Re: never buy wool 🎁 martyr,blood ,death, tears, agony, genocid   Lun 22 Oct - 12:19

Every sheep used for wool will eventually be sent to slaughter.

The misery isn’t over for sheep even once their wool production declines. Each year, millions of them are exported to other countries on extremely crowded, filthy, disease-ridden ships to face a terrifying slaughter. These live-export voyages often last weeks, during which many sheep perish as a result of the appalling conditions on board. When the survivors arrive at their destination, they’re typically dragged from the ships and thrown into the backs of lorries and cars. Most animals’ throats will be cut while they’re still conscious.

Rabbits also suffer for wool.

Angora rabbits are exploited for the wool industry, too, as their soft fur is used as angora wool. These gentle, socially complex animals are typically kept inside small, filthy, bare cages and face the ordeal of live plucking up to four times a year. During this process, they’re often physically restrained as workers tear out their hair, leaving only the fur on their heads. PETA’s exposé of Chinese angora farms reveals the horrifying screams the rabbits make while being plucked, a process they’ll endure repeatedly for two to three years before ultimately being killed.

We can stay warm with cruelty-free wool alternatives.

Buying garments made of wool is bad for animals and the environment. But fortunately, as people are becoming increasingly concerned with the way their clothes are made, there are more alternatives to wool now than ever before Some durable, warm, and stylish alternatives include organic cotton, hemp, and synthetic fibres – and you can even buy fleece made fromrecycled plastic bottles! To find brands that sell fashion-forward wool alternatives, take a look at our list of companies using the “PETA-Approved Vegan” logo.

What You Can Do

The best thing that you can do for sheep is to refuse to buy wool. It’s easy to check labels and tags before you buy clothing and other items. If they mention “wool”, leave the item on the shelf and look for an animal-free alternative. Please share this list to help more people learn the truth about the cruelty of the wool industry
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MessageSujet: Re: never buy wool 🎁 martyr,blood ,death, tears, agony, genocid   Lun 22 Oct - 12:21

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MessageSujet: Re: never buy wool 🎁 martyr,blood ,death, tears, agony, genocid   Mar 23 Oct - 11:10

please human race , share this link to all this world, in watsap, sms, instagram, forums 🎁 send an email with this link to all your kontacts pleaze 🎁 share it on twitter, comments of pics, sites, private mesages, facebook , blogs, myspace 🎁 coments of videos 🎁 social networks etc 🎁 thank you so much 🎁

https://www.bustle.com/articles/148252-7-reasons-wool-is-cruel-unnecessary-just-plain-baaaa-d

http://www.veganpeace.com/animal_cruelty/wool.htm

horrific italian wool https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_G-625zvcM

wool in 60 sekonds

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEnPPuItF5k

pregnant sheep whipped, cut up for patagonia- approved wool producer — act now

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ab-hyeao5D0

angora wool https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wjy8e8KNhbM

patagonia supplier network's workers skin lambs alive

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7nKvgaMEaU

if barbers acted like sheep shearers and farmers

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYZU8Z82dxE
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MessageSujet: Re: never buy wool 🎁 martyr,blood ,death, tears, agony, genocid   Mar 23 Oct - 11:21

wool in reverse https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtR0NdDoAsY

inside the us wool industry: sheep maimed, cut and left to die

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aE66ZC7RJQA

if humans wer treated like sheep

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4VyS98KgTQ

sheep kicked and hit for wool

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qpKAvpFiYs

joanna krupa stripped bare and beaten , just like sheep for wool

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WnmRGcgsp6c

sheep thrown, kicked, cut for wool

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UtXuEuDVitQ

wool farmers caught abusing sheep aGAIN

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVpenvzH7NE

cruel : sheep stomped on, punched for wool

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euJieWG3Gxc
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MessageSujet: Re: never buy wool 🎁 martyr,blood ,death, tears, agony, genocid   Mar 23 Oct - 11:23

please share all these videos on cellphones, on the internet to save sheep 🎁 thanks 🎁

The Cruelty of Wool

Sheep, who are not native to Australia, are gentle individuals who, like all animals, feel pain, fear and loneliness. But because there is a market for their fleece and skins, they are often treated as nothing more than wool-producing machines. In nature, sheep grow just enough wool to protect themselves from temperature extremes. The fleece provides effective insulation against both cold and heat. But because of breeding and genetic mutilation, sheep raised by the wool industry produce excessive amounts of wool. Shearers are usually paid by volume, not by the hour, which encourages fast work without regard for the welfare of the sheep. Says one eyewitness: “[T]he shearing shed must be one of the worst places in the world for cruelty to animals… I have seen shearers punch sheep with their shears or their fists until the sheep’s nose bled. I have seen sheep with half their faces shorn off…”. In Australia, many lambs are also forced to endure a gruesome procedure called “mulesing”, in which huge chunks of skin and flesh are cut from the animals’ backsides, sometimes without any painkillers. This is done to prevent a condition called “flystrike”, even though other, humane methods exist.

Mulesing

Within weeks of birth, lambs’ ears are hole-punched, their tails are chopped off, and the males are castrated without the use of anaesthetics. Male lambs are castrated when they are between 2 and 8 weeks old, either by making an incision and cutting their testicles out or by using a rubber ring to cut off blood supply – one of the most painful methods of castration possible. Every year, hundreds of lambs die from exposure or starvation before the age of 8 weeks, and mature sheep die every year from disease, lack of shelter and neglect. Many of these sheep who survive on the farms are then shipped to the Middle East on crowded, multi-level ships. These live exports, which can last for weeks, go to countries where animal welfare standards are ignored or non-existent. The suffering sheep are forced off the ships, loaded onto trucks and dragged by their ears and legs, often to unregulated abattoirs where their throats are slit while they are still conscious.

sheep live exportWoody the Rescued Lamb - Stop Live Export

No amount of fluff can hide the fact that anyone who buys wool supports a cruel and bloody industry. There are plenty of durable, stylish and warm fabrics available that don’t contribute to animal suffering. Please join the millions of people all around the world who know that compassion is in fashion.

Save a sheep – don’t buy wool.
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MessageSujet: Re: never buy wool 🎁 martyr,blood ,death, tears, agony, genocid   Mar 23 Oct - 11:24

What’s wrong with wearing wool?

As with other industries where animals are raised for a profit, the interests of the animals used in the wool industry are rarely considered. Flocks usually consist of thousands of sheep, and individual attention to their needs is virtually impossible. Many people believe that shearing sheep helps animals who might otherwise be burdened with too much wool, but without human interference, sheep grow just enough wool to protect themselves from temperature extremes.

Australia produces about a quarter of all wool used worldwide. Within weeks of birth, lambs’ ears are hole-punched, their tails are chopped off, and the males are castrated without anesthetics. Shearers are usually paid by volume, not by the hour, which encourages fast work without regard for the welfare of the sheep. Says one eyewitness: “[T]he shearing shed must be one of the worst places in the world for cruelty to animals … I have seen shearers punch sheep with their shears or their fists until the sheep’s nose bled. I have seen sheep with half their faces shorn off …”

In Australia, the most commonly raised sheep are merinos, specifically bred to have wrinkly skin, which means more wool per animal. This unnatural overload of wool causes animals to die of heat exhaustion during hot months, and the wrinkles also collect urine and moisture. Attracted to the moisture, flies lay eggs in the folds of skin, and the hatched maggots can eat the sheep alive. To prevent this so-called “flystrike,” Australian ranchers perform a barbaric operation—mulesing—or carving huge strips of flesh off the backs of lambs’ legs and around their tails. This is done to cause smooth, scarred skin that won’t harbor fly eggs, yet the bloody wounds often get flystrike before they heal. Every year, hundreds of lambs die before the age of 8 weeks from exposure or starvation, and mature sheep die every year from disease, lack of shelter, and neglect. To learn more, visit PETA.org.
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MessageSujet: Re: never buy wool 🎁 martyr,blood ,death, tears, agony, genocid   Mar 23 Oct - 11:26

take action https://investigations.peta.org/sheep-killed-italian-wool/

The wool industry

Wool investigation

Sheep are gentle individuals who, like all animals, feel pain, fear, and loneliness. But because there’s a market for their fleece and skins, they’re treated as nothing more than wool-producing machines. If they were left alone and not genetically manipulated, sheep would grow just enough wool to protect themselves from temperature extremes. The fleece provides them with effective insulation against both cold and heat. Shearers are usually paid by volume, not by the hour, which encourages fast work without any regard for the welfare of the sheep. This hasty and careless shearing leads to frequent injuries, and workers use a needle and thread to sew the worst wounds shut—without any pain relief. Strips of skin—and even teats, tails, and ears—are often cut or ripped off during shearing.

A PETA investigation of more than 30 shearing sheds in the U.S. and Australia uncovered rampant abuse. Shearers were caught punching, kicking, and stomping on sheep, in addition to hitting them in the face with electric clippers and standing on their heads, necks, and hind limbs. One shearer was seen beating a lamb in the head with a hammer. Another even used a sheep’s body to wipe the sheep’s own urine off the floor. And yet another shearer repeatedly twisted and bent a sheep’s neck, breaking it. In Australia, where more than 50 percent of the world’s merino wool—which is used in products ranging from clothing to carpets—originates, lambs are forced to endure a gruesome procedure called “mulesing,” in which huge chunks of skin are cut from the animals’ backsides, often without any painkillers.

Within weeks of birth, lambs’ ears are hole-punched, their tails are chopped off, and the males are castrated without any painkillers. Male lambs are castrated when they are between 2 and 8 weeks old, either by making an incision and cutting their testicles out or with a rubber ring used to cut off blood supply—one of the most painful methods of castration possible. When the lambs’ testicles don’t fall off as expected, shearers often just cut off them with clippers. Every year, hundreds of lambs die before the age of 8 weeks from exposure or starvation, and mature sheep die every year from disease, lack of shelter, and neglect. Unwanted Australian sheep are shipped to the Middle East on crowded multilevel ships. These voyages, which can last weeks, go to countries where animal welfare standards are non-existent. The suffering sheep are dragged off the ships, loaded onto trucks, and dragged by their ears and legs to slaughterhouses—which are often unregulated—where their throats are slit while they’re still conscious.

No amount of fluff can hide the fact that anyone who buys wool supports a cruel and bloody industry. There are plenty of durable, stylish, and warm fabrics available that aren’t made from wool or animal skins. Please join the millions of people all over the world who know that compassion is the fashion. Save a sheep—don’t buy wool.
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