Paul McCartney is commemorating his 78 th birthday early by advising fans to watch a compelling video he made about slaughterhouses for PETA a years earlier.
The rocker turns 78 on 18 June, however he has actually chosen to get the events began a week early.
In a visitor blog site for the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), the former Beatles star composed: “All I’ve ever wanted for my birthday is peace on Earth – including for the animals. That’s why this year I’m urging fans to watch a video I hosted for PETA, titled Glass Walls. We called it that because if slaughterhouses had glass walls, who would want to eat meat?”
In the movie, which has actually currently been seen by over 20 million people, McCartney tells video footage of turkeys and chickens being restricted to unclean sheds by the 10s of thousands and pigs that are mindful while their throats are cut.
“In the age of COVID-19, the video also serves as a reminder that when animals are packed together in filthy conditions, disease runs rampant,” a news release checks out.
“Whether you’re worried about diseases that spring from slaughterhouses, the animals who suffer terribly and needlessly, or the catastrophic impact of the meat industry on our environment, please watch this short video and share it with your friends,” stated McCartney.
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