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The silence is deafening. #AgGag

factory farms mega corporations transparency

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#1 Shortpoet-GTD



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Posted 01 March 2014 - 06:07 AM

Big ag has decimated the notion of freedom of the press.

Looking for transparency and facts on factory farms? Keep looking because it's becoming

"The legislation carries a sentence of up to a year in prison and a $5,000 fine for people
who secretly enter and record agricultural operations.
Idaho now joins Iowa, Utah and Missouri as the fourth state to have a bill making
it illegal to film on farms."

(Bill Maher also interviewed a guest on last nights show; Christopher Leonard whose
book "The Meat Racket" speaks to that very issue)


The movie Food, Inc. also spoke to this issue of food giants and their secretive operations.

Do we have any idea what they're doing-what chemicals are used-how the animals
are treated?
Not so much.
Food giants will continue to treat us like mushrooms, kept in the dark, covered in
manure; as long as we let them.

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