The images in the following program
are very sensitive and may be as disturbing to viewers as they were to
us. However, we have to show the truth about cruelty to animals.Lynne Sneddon (f):
found in a range of fish and we’ve studied rainbow trout, carp, saber
fish and stickleback so there’s wide range of fish that show these
HOST: Gracious viewers, this is Stop
Animal Cruelty on Supreme Master Television. Today, June ８th is World
Oceans Day as declared by the United Nations.
This year’s theme
is: 『Our Oceans: Opportunities and Challenges.』 In honor of this
important occasion, we focus on the widespread, savage treatment of
marine life, specifically our bright fish friends who have emotions, are
capable of feeling pain and wish to live free and in peace just as any
of us do. Their will to live is certainly obvious through visual
observation of their desperate struggle for life when caught.
suffer immensely, not only from suffocation but some are crushed to
death after being thrown onto fishing vessels while others are still
alive when their throats and bellies are cut open.
the United Nations, in ２００５, commercial fishing operations took ９０
million tons of fish from the oceans. However this huge figure does not
even begin to give one an idea of the true scale of death caused by the
Sadly some still hold the belief that fish
are lower level beings incapable of experiencing feelings. But this is a
complete myth and the opposite is true.
For more details, please
the following websites:
PETA India www.PETAIndia.com