Rated V — Very vegan friendly post. May offend some non-vegan readers
Every molecule of “meat” represents a return on investment in the multiple trillion dollar industry that scavenges the hide and the marrow of our barnyard friends. Meat and meat byproducts, mechanically separated flesh, slime pink, love pink.
Workers eking out a living in inexpressibly incomprehensible “meat-processing centers” risk emotional evisceration. As a wise man never said: “if you can’t take the PTSD, stay out of the death camp.”
Did I mention that those rectal returns on investment increase as processing technology drives down production costs? Where do those profits accrue? To the workers? No. They are funneled elsewhere. Here’s a hint: think financial-market capital traders. New York City?
There are worksites where people invert pork rectums for a living.
Consider spraying compressed air into pig skulls? What? This is done to prevent “resource waste.” Remove brain before directing the skulls to the bone-crushing mills.
Remove all brains and keep your brains right. I got my mind right boss. My factory floor poster suggestion. Display at the employee entrance.
Use squeegees to direct blood from the stainless steel cutting stations and slough it into the collection containers provided for that purpose. Remember — blood is the lifeblood of our prosperity.
Waste not — do not waste animal lives.
Consumers enjoy factory-farm-fresh sausage served with factory-farm-fresh eggs. Healthy profits rely upon advertising campaigns, you don’t want to squander resources by sullying a good name with idle talk of screams, stench and pollution. “Bob Evans — down on the farm.“
Take a look at the geography of animal processing. Contrast and compare with the geography of our prison-industrial complex. How are they similar?
See not, hear not, know not. Because complicity sucks — a lot.
Did any Soylent Green consumers know about rectal processing? It’s not just a camp classic.
Thanks for shuddering.