In a new advertising blitz called “The Scarecrow” by Chipotle Restaurants, the subject of mass “animal farming” today and the fast food world that it supplies food for is the clear and main theme of this campaign. The horrible and inhumane treatment of animals as they are needlessly injected with drugs and plumped as well as brutally killed in order to supply corporations and fast food chains is a tragedy. Meanwhile, the billions raked in from consumers isn’t even used to help life on earth nor to come up with different ideas on new food production concept to feed the masses, but is given to the GMO/Monsato suits who use deadly poisons and steroids fto make larger modified fruit and vegetables and who also injected the animals for the same reasons. This works against the very reason we eat fruit and vegetables in the first place which is to stay healthy and alive. This video is fantastic and thought provoking and made me cry. What we do to animals today would be equivalent of aliens from a much bigger galaxy that were 100’s of feet tall invaded earth and then did the same horrid things to humans. What if they killed humans even past the need of just surviving on us for food alone? What if they did it just for optional choices in their cuisine. Or maybe they would do it for sport because the human heads on an aliens wall (like we do with animal heads) are a great trophy which validates their hunting as a sport. Hey, it’s survival of the fittest and it is all worked out by nature because after all, we are on the lower end of the galactic food chain than the advanced aliens who invaded earth right?. Would that make it OK to you if this were the situation? No, and I don’t think it is justified or right to do to animals.
Born Irish Bostonian transplanted from my hometown of Los Angeles to New York City where I now call Hell's Kitchen my home. I am a creative and artistic person living life as a positive and spiritual person. Lover of people with good humor, live shows be it concerts, Broadway, or local bands, and new experiences that can be educational, inspiring, and fun such as museums, festivals, or traveling. I consider my friends as family, and my family as friends. Whether or not it's one or one hundred people you may have to call as either the genuine payoff is love, understanding, and gift we should cherish. View all posts by Garrett Kimball