Becky said: My initial reaction to seeing the Israeli film was admiration. I dont see it as a particularly shocking, although of course I accept that others will. But Ive been desensitised because of research Ive done on the dairy industry.
I think it doesn't shock her because she is a raving loon.
I immediately wanted to be involved and thought, God, I couldnt do the branding that sounds terrifying. But then I thought about it more and realised why not Ive never felt so passionately about anything.
I like the bit about her husband also being a dedicated vegan.
I will bet cashy money that:
A: He wasn't even a vegetarian when they met,
B: He only went down that path to get in her kecks
And C: He'd probably kill for a bacon butty if he thought he could get away with it without her knowing.
Just confirms what a load of crap these people talk.... in the UK at least "branding" has not been done using hot irons for decades ... the numbers that are seen on the rumps of dairy cattle are "freeze branded" using liquid nitrogen that causes the black hair to re-grow permantly white thereafter .(most dairy cows are black and white )
But hey when did the truth ever get in the way of loony campainers