字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Imagine, overcrowded conditions so intense that Death is all around you. Feces and urine, and the conditions are so tight that you can't learn to walk properly. That's just the beginning. Next, you get crammed onto a truck, drive for hundreds of thousands of miles with no food, no water. Again, crammed. Feces, urine, Death all around you. Again, just the beginning of the massive suffering that is going to take place. You arrive at the plant and they load you off of the truck onto a conveyor belt, which immediately grabs your legs and shackles you upside down before it swings you through an electrified bath. Followed by a neck slicer, before you get dumped into a scalding bath of hot water. Massive suffering is what I'm talking about here. I'm talking about the trip from beginning to end for billions of chickens every year. And the unfortunate thing is that they are so stressed out and so crazed by the events transpiring, that many of them, nine billion or more in fact a year, never quite get electrified. And never quite get their necks cut before they're dumped into that scalding hot, boiling bath. That is what the chicken has to look forward to. Because the Humane Society Action Group that regulates cruelty to animals in the slaughterhouse does not participate with poultry. It is essential at this time that we take a look at the suffering of these animals, and take an action to get humane conditions put in place in the poultry factory.