Refugees seeking asylum in Australia could help finance the now troubled live cattle export industry in Australia?
A follow up to: “Australian Moral Empathy Leans Toward Cattle Not People”
OK, now the dust has settled, Australia spent yesterday celebrating it’s ability to stand up for Cows, we should all be congratulated!
Unfortunately we may have missed a couple of points.
1. The rights we fought for yesterday – the right to have cattle humainly slaughtered – in Indonesia, actually doesn’t take place in 100% of Australian Abitoirs, just ask the RSPCA
On average refugees seeking asylum in Australia pay a people smuggler $US5000, if Austalia sanctioned the export of refugees from Indonesia – cutting out the middle man, people smugglers – via cattleboat from Indonesia. Cattle at the moment are worth $400 per cow in Indonesia, the math on this isn’t Newtonian. A person Exported from Indonesia is worth 12 times that of a cow, now all we need to do is fill those empty cattleboats :: Read the full article »»»»