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production is the reasoning behind the way our food is produced. It brings you inside slaughterhouses, chicken farms, and factory farms dealing with produce to show you how this mass production is possible. They infuse not only plants but also animals with chemicals to make them grow faster and be able to be shipped out faster. I will not forget the way that the animals were being treated in that film either. Chickens were being kicked and thrown around, being tortured by the chemicals put into them that they can’t even walk, and being slaughtered. Cows and pigs are treated the same way. An interviewee says, “A culture that just uses a pig as a pile of protoplasmic inanimate structure, to be manipulated by whatever creative design the human can foist on that critter, will probably view individuals within its community, and other cultures in the community of nations, with the same type of disdain and disrespect and controlling type
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mentalities.” This quote is pretty much saying that the way we treat our animals that are being eaten is a huge reflection on our country as a whole. In Eating Animals the argument about eating animals is presented in a very relatable and eye opening fashion, which seems to be the overall rhetorical strategy of this author throughout. He compares our food eating with the eating of dogs. Almost every person in our country would never fathom eating dogs, a man’s best friend! But
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