Thought of the Day. Trillions of unborn animals saved from torture and slaughter. January 25, 2017

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Today’s Thought:

The TPP was estimated to increase animal production and slaughter by several billion annually. Initial estimates were between 4 and 8 billion. By killing TPP those 4 to 8 billion creatures will not be bred or slaughtered. Over his 4 year term, Trump saved some 25 billion animals from slavery and murder. And has saved perhaps trillions over the years to come.

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Thought of the Day. Trillions of unborn animals saved from torture and slaughter. January 25, 2017

  1. Won t China s taking the US s place in TPP mean the animals will suffer anyway? On 25 Jan 2017 8:04 a.m., “Armory of the Revolution” wrote:

    > Roland Vincent posted: “Instead of merely posting status updates on > Facebook, I am now posting each apothegm, thought, observation, and > witticism, here, as a Thought Of The Day. Status updates on Facebook > disappear into the ether and cannot be relocated by readers. Before you ” >

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    • Animals will continue to suffer all over the world so long as people can profit by killing them. Under TPP, the US would have been a net exporter of beef, pork, and poultry, and a net importer of hard goods, electronics, textiles, steel, and produce. The US would have been the largest customer of the other Pacific Rim nations. In turn, US agribusiness would have had expanded markets, allowing increased slaughter of cows, pigs, and chickens. Much of the demand in those new markets would have been created and driven by advertising and promotion by US companies. China or some other nation could conceivably enter those markets in our stead, but the great likelihood is that they would not be capable of meeting demand, let alone increasing it. The net effect would be to drive up the cost and price of meat. Fewer animals would die than if we were part of the TPP.

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