Should bullfighting be abolished?

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Should bullfighting be abolished?




by Janic » 17/11/22, 08:26

Reminiscent of circus games, bullfighting has raised questions since the status of animals has changed under the law on violence to which animals (including humans!) are subject.
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Re: Should bullfighting be abolished?




by Remundo » 17/11/22, 08:50

abolish it I don't know.

there would undoubtedly be a priority for the obligation of slaughter by stunning.

But I don't like bullfighting either.
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by Macro » 17/11/22, 09:52

Remundo wrote:abolish it I don't know.

there would undoubtedly be a priority for the obligation of slaughter by stunning.

But I don't like bullfighting either.



Slaughter without stunning... Here then... Is that still done???

In the last century, I worked for 18 months in the veterinary services in the sanitary inspection in the slaughterhouse .... the sheep were electrified, the cattle and the pigs stunned with the "matador" ....

https://www.bing.com/search?q=matador+p ... af6f9a7cce

Who is it that you don't stun the animals before bleeding them....
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by Forhorse » 17/11/22, 09:54

In France it is forbidden to touch the genitals of an animal (you risk 2 years in prison if you do so, and even 3 if it is your own animal) on the other hand, massacring an animal in public, no problem...
I like the logic (or rather the absence of logic) of our laws!
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by Christophe » 17/11/22, 10:59

If they eat the bull afterwards the answer is no!

On the other hand, the same rule should be applied if the Toreador loses...

Suddenly there would be less passion for Corrida I presume...

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Re: Should bullfighting be abolished?




by Janic » 17/11/22, 12:43

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On the other hand, the same rule should be applied if the Toreador loses...
already prohibit the use of torture tools that injure the animal, but it would be a massacre among bullfighters
Suddenly there would be less passion for Corrida I presume...
not necessarily! What attracts the crowds is the taste of blood flowing, by this means or others like in the Roman arenas or the death camps!
"Give them bread and games and I'll take care of the rest" Caesar would have said! Like what nothing has changed since! : roll: :(
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by Christophe » 17/11/22, 12:47

You didn't quite understand the meaning of my message: the return of social cannibalism... : Mrgreen:
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by Janic » 17/11/22, 12:51

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You didn't quite understand the meaning of my message: the return of social cannibalism...
Or just cannibalism. "Do you like your grandmother? So resume!"
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by phil59 » 17/11/22, 18:14

2 cannibals together:

One says; I don't like my mother-in-law at all....

The other responds: Take at least the vegetables.

For bullfighting, I'm not for it, but what % does it affect? How many are there per year, and how many bulls does it affect? too much no doubt, but, having the desert medal because with about 40 years with the same camel ...

By dint of prohibiting everything, it will soon be necessary to make requests in 3 copies to have the right to breathe, and to expire next to someone.
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by Christophe » 17/11/22, 19:41

Bullfighting is peanuts in terms of kg of meat!

On the other hand, the Halal slaughter is very disgusting and it is millions of kg of meat per year in France!!

The ratio of halal suffering to bullfighting must be 1 to 1 at least!! : Mrgreen:

Ah yes but to say that is racist!

On the other hand, attacking the Franco-Spanish traditions is quite natural for the pseudo defenders of animal suffering!! Bunch of crazy wokists!

All this is part of the great plan for the Africanization of Europe...
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