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About live animal export
Every year millions of Australian animals are
exported live for slaughter. Cattle, sheep and
goats are sent all through the Middle East and
South East Asia — to countries where animal
welfare laws do not protect them. Tens of
thousands of animals don't survive the sea
j our ney and
those that do,
disembark into
countries where
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t r a n s p o r t e d ,
handl ed and
then slaughtered
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ways . Mos t
a n i m a l s
s l a u g h t e r e d
overseas have
their throats cut while they are fully conscious,
leading to an incredibly painful and prolonged
death.
Over the past seven years Animals Australia
has conducted investigations in the Middle East
into the treatment of exported Australian
animals. The evidence from these
investigations across seven different countries
has consistently revealed the willingness of
Australia's live export industry, and consecutive
Federal Governments, to export live animals to
the Middle East regardless of how cruelly they
will be treated. Only last November, Animals
Australia investigators once again documented
horrendous abuse of Australian sheep in
Kuwait. The footage, which aired on ABC1's
7.30 Report, outraged Australians, yet once
again the Federal
g o v e r n m e n t
mai ntai ned i ts
support of this
cruel trade.
Indonesi a has
been the main
destination for
Australian cattle
with 4.6 million
exported to this
country over the
past decade.
Animal protection groups had hoped that the
treatment of cattle in Indonesia would be better
than that of sheep in the Middle East because
of the greater level of Australian industry
involvement. What we have discovered
however, is that we couldn't have been more
wrong. Evidence gathered in Indonesia reveals
that the involvement of Meat and Livestock
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Against Animal Cruelty Tasmania Inc is a not-for-profit organisation based in Hobart,
Tasmania. Our aim is to eliminate all exploitation of and cruelty to all animals within
our state and beyond. We strive to facilitate change through awareness raising,
liaising with government and industry and non-violent action.
(continued p3)
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AACT is continuing to work hard for all non-
human animals in Tasmania. We try to take our
efforts to where they are needed but, sadly,
exploitation of non-human animals is rife within
these borders. We need virtually to be
everywhere at once and yet clearly this is
physically not possible. We therefore try to direct
our efforts to where they will be most effective.
We are a not-for-profit group and we rely on
volunteers to get our message out. This limitation
means that we can only respond to a certain
number of situations within the capacity of our
active membership. We would like to do more but
it requires that more people do something. If you
are passionate about something that you know is
wrong, and want to change it, then contact us and
find out what can be done.
Since our last newsletter we have been
campaigning against wildlife killing seasons for
native ducks, Short-tailed Shearwaters and Brown
Quail. We are trying to change the culture in
Tasmania that has normalised this recreational
killing. We are working to instil a sense of horror
and revulsion at this “killing for fun” attitude in
order to create a change in perception within the
wider community. We hope eventually to convince
the powers-that-be to end the killing.
We recently had success with improved
community attitudes to wildlife at cemeteries and
on golf courses. Llanherne Golf Club decided to
shelve plans for lethal control of Native Hens on
their course and adopt a more tolerant approach
to living with them instead after criticism from
AACT and local residents. In response to public
outcry over plans to kill wildlife at Kingston
Cemetery, Millingtons took the bold step of
cancelling the shooting and meeting with AACT to
discuss alternatives. These are positive moves
that bode well for better future relations between
humans and wild creatures.
We are currently forging ahead with plans for our
premier event AnimalFest on October 1
st
. If you
have skills to offer, either in preparation, or on the
day, please contact us. We would be very happy
to hear from you as we really want this to be
bigger and better than anything we have done
before.
Our management committee has changed a
recently with both Suzanne Cass and Melegueta
Mattay departing. A very big thankyou to them
both for all the time gave and dedication they
showed.
Please consider making a bequest to AACT in
your will. A bequest is a way to see that your
support for non-human animals continues well
into the future.
If you are wondering what you can personally do
to help non-human animals, phone or email us
and we are more than happy to give you a few
ideas. You might be surprised at how much you
can do by giving a small amount of your spare
time. Make a point of making a difference in the
lives of non-human animals every day.
Coor di nat or ' s Cor ner Chris Simcox
Upcoming Events
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Collectors needed all over Tasmania.
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exciting than ever before. Watch for more details.
AACT Committee
Chris Simcox - Coordinator
Neon Lang - Treasurer
Valentina Marshall - Secretary
Clare Knight
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Hazel Howie
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Australia (MLA) and LiveCorp in Indonesia has actually contributed to and facilitated brutal
treatment of Australian cattle.
The evidence gathered against Australia's live trade during the recent Indonesian investigation
and in the Middle East in the eight years prior is damning. No amount of profit, no amount of
excuses can justify Australia's continued involvement in live animal export — the associated
cruelty inflicted on animals — and the message that we are sending to other nations as to what is
acceptable treatment of animals.
When Australia's live trade was exposed as supplying cattle to Egypt in the full knowledge that it
was routine practice for cattle to have their leg tendons slashed to disable them prior to slaughter
— the Federal Government should have ended the trade then and there. This further evidence of
Australian interests knowingly supplying animals to even worse abuse in Indonesia demands that
the Federal Government acts now.
In a historic union — Australia's two peak animal welfare bodies RSPCA Australia and Animals
Australia have joined forces to demand the Gillard Government immediately halt the live trade to
Indonesia and then announce an end date for live animal export. If you care about animals then
please add your voice and help us end this cruel trade once and for all.

The Indonesian investigation
In March 2011, Animals Australia visited 11 abattoirs to document the treatment and slaughter of
Australian cattle in four Indonesian cities. RSPCA Australia conducted a scientific assessment of
the investigation (available for download at www.banliveexport.com).
Evidence from this investigation revealed that Australian cattle are being routinely brutalised and,
in the worst cases, tortured prior to slaughter on a nightly basis in Indonesia.
Of the 50 slaughters observed:
• every slaughter facility breached international animal welfare guidelines
• most animals were subjected to abuse through eye gouging, kicking, tail twisting and even
tail breaking
• cattle experienced an average of 11 cuts to the throat with one animal having his throat cut
33 times
• half of all Australian animals observed showed signs of consciousness more than 1.5
minutes after their throat was cut; and
• one animal with a broken leg was tortured for 26 minutes before being killed.
Most alarming, is that Australia is aiding and abetting this cruelty through taxpayer-funded
equipment being installed in Indonesia — equipment that is internationally condemned as being
inhumane. Restraint boxes installed in Indonesia by Meat and Livestock Australia and LiveCorp
have been condemned by the world's leading slaughter expert Professor Temple Grandin as
“breaching every humane standard all around the world,” and “absolutely atrocious and
unacceptable”.
Evidence gathered once again reveals the willingness of Australia's live export industry to supply
animals no matter how brutally they will be treated, and even to actively contribute to and
facilitiate brutal treatment by supplying inhumane equipment.
This is not an industry worthy of Australian government support. The RSPCA and Animals
Australia are demanding that the Gillard Government announce an immediate halt to the trade to
Indonesia and an end date for all live animal exports.
Shocking Live Export Investigation (continued from p1)
(continued p4)
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Watch the investigation report documentary (accessible at www.banliveexport.com)

AACT Now

Write to the Prime Minister Julia Gillard and tell her to end live exports immediately:
www.pm.gov.au/contact-your-pm
PO Box 6022, House of Representatives, Parliament House, CANBERRA ACT 2600

Write to Senator Joe Ludwig, Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry and tell him to end
live exports:
senator.ludwig@aph.gov.au
GPO Box 2477, Brisbane Qld 4001

Write to or ring your local MP and express your disgust about this brutal and cruel industry and
ask that it be stopped now.
Salamanca Market Stall-
AACT continues to have a presence at the
Greens Salamanca Market stall on a monthly
basis. The stall is always full of informative
material and interesting items for sale.We are
keen to get some extra help to keep the stall
going so please tell us if you can lend a hand
for an hour or two.
Killing at cemeteries and golf courses
We have taken on the cemetery and golf course
killing and won (see Coordinators Corner). This
is largely due to the outcry from concerned
members of the public. Thankyou!
Updates on AACT's current campaigns:
1. Exposing institutionalised animal cruelty:
AACT has been getting the Ban Factory
Farming billboard and the new Stop Animal
Testing billboard into prominent locations,
particularly in the north of the State. Paying for
advertising space to keep the billboards
displayed is quite costly. Please consider a
donation to AACT to help continue getting these
important message where they can be seen.

2. Raising awareness of the ongoing
Tasmanian war on wildlife:
The campaigns against duck, quail and
shearwater killing have been in full swing.
Check this issue for updates and take a look at
our website for more details. We continue to
fight against the ongoing wildlife carnage.

Coming Events
See page 2 for details of what is coming up, as
well as looking at our website and Facebook
page. We will also send out email alerts for
upcoming events. We ask members to refer to
the “What’s On” section of our website, as other
actions may arise at short notice, in response to
media reports or new animal rights issues that
come to light.
With the support of members, AACT looks
forward to advocating on behalf of and
furthering the compassionate and respectful
treatment of all non-human animals.
We always welcome input and participation
from our members in AACTivities and this is
especially important as we plan future events.
If you would like to volunteer on our stall for any
event, please contact AACT on 0408 970 359
or email info@aact.org.au.
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Shocking Live Export Investigation (continued from p3)
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In our every day lives we learn, we seek out
knowledge, read books, ask questions and
listen to others telling us how “it” is. But,
how often do we question the content of our
knowledge? And when we do, are we simply
seeking out more facts to help us come to a
decision on the knowledge we have sought?
Invariably, we have come to rely upon facts
to be the foundation and often, the entire
content of the choices we make, from the
smallest of detail to life itself.
This can be frustrating as facts don't always
appear when and as we need them, even
with the help of modern technology that has
us swimming in more facts than ever before,
that's if you have the patience to wade
through and find the one you are content
with.
Where do facts come from? Largely, in one
form or another, facts are scientifically
based and we have come to 'need' science
so badly in westernised societies, we can’t
seem to see a way with out it. What do the
majority of us that don't have the scientific
brain to fully appreciate and understand
these facts do? Is it possible we simply rely
on the likes of industries and other
professionals to tell us what we should
believe? Why do we place the highest of
importance on facts? Could it be we are
fearful of what might happen to us if we
don't have them, or on the flip-side, is it a
way to justify ignorance - “I don't know the
facts, so I cant actually do anything about
that problem”.
How many of us actually enjoy researching
and reading facts? I, for one, certainly don't
call it one of my favourite activities! Imagine
if we were to let go of that invisible string
that attaches what we simply must know
purely to a fact, and then we create a new
one, imagine the different journey that could
be embarked upon, one of truth, enthusiasm
and utter joy perhaps? But what is that,
what do we replace the facts with? Or,
should it be more about balance? The
following is excerpt from Jonathan Safran-
Foers book “Eating Animals” explains
exactly what I am on about.
“Facts are important – but they don't, on
their own, provide meaning – especially
when they are bound to linguistic choices.
What does a precisely measured pain
response in a chicken mean? does it
mean pain? what does pain mean? No
matter how much we learn about the
physiology of pain – how long it persists,
the symptoms it produces, and so forth –
none of it will tell us anything definitive.
But place facts in a story, a story of
compassion or domination or both – place
them in a story about the world we live in
and who we are and who we want to be –
and you can begin to speak meaningfully
about eating animals”.
Or you can begin to speak meaningfully
about the very essence of life itself.
A Factual lmbalance
Clare Knight
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Dear Colleagues:
As long as we think the issue is the treatment of animals, we will seek to make that treatment more
“humane.” But because animals are property, that goal is unreachable as a practical matter. The
treatment of animals will always constitute torture under the most “humane” circumstances. And the
“treatment” (or welfarist) approach ignores that it is morally wrong to kill animals even if we treat them
“humanely,” which we cannot do anyway. Welfare “reforms” not only fail to provide any significant
protection for animals; such reforms actually make matters worse because they encourage the public to
feel more comfortable about animal exploitation and to continue to consume animals and animal products.
The problem is use, not treatment. The goal is to abolish animal use, not to regulate treatment. The
means to the goal? Go vegan and educate others about veganism.
***************************
If you are not vegan, go vegan. It’s easy; it’s better for your health and for the planet. But, most important,
it’s the morally right thing to do. You will never do anything else in your life as easy and satisfying.
The World is Vegan! If you want it. www.TheWorldisVegan.com
The Abolitionist Approach in a Nutshell
©2011 Gary L. Francione
(reprinted with kind permission from www.abolitionistapproach.com - Comments 21-04-2011)
Fish are what they are, fish! – but do we really
know what that is? For centuries there has been
a misconception about these animals, (yes they
are animals) simply because they
live and breathe water, so we
took it upon ourselves and
assumed they did not feel pain,
fear, happiness or be able to
perform mental tasks – we even
made an assumption that they
had a 3 second memory!
We have found every way
possible to drag them from their
aquatic homes. No matter where
that may be, we'll find them and
rip them out, causing them
immense pain and suffering - and
destruction to entire aquatic
ecosystems along the way.
We've begun mass farming them
in underwater cages, we use them
for “sport”, we keep them locked up as pets, we
experiment on them and we eat them for the
mere taste or because we're told its healthy to
do so.
It doesn’t matter what the reason, the facts are
overwhelming us now, that fish do have the
ability to feel pain and can most certainly suffer,
so we should not be deliberately causing them
pain. Studies proved years ago that fish have
these abilities plus more - they can
communicate with each other, make tools,
teach friends, learn through trial
and error, they can complete
mental tasks too complex for
dogs, and they are steeped in
social intelligence. Perhaps this
has been difficult to come to
terms with because if we know
they suffer, we must change the
way we treat them.
Humanity needs to take a
moment and think about fish and
their individuality, what we do
know about them and how much
we don't know. The time has
come for us to connect to fish, for
moral reasons, and because we as
earthlings, are all connected.
Oxford scientist Dr Donald Broom,
scientific adviser to the British
government says - "The scientific literature is
clear. Anatomically, physiologically, and
biologically, the pain system in fish is virtually
the same as in birds and mammals."

Connect to fish, and help others do the same.
Connect to Fish
Clare Knight, AACT Aquatic Animal Campaigner
The blue throat wrasse is
targeted in Tasmania and
used in live fish trade to Asia,
Sydney and Melbourne. Photo
courtesy Jon Bryan.
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Wildlife Killing Seasons Wrap-up
Chris Simcox
The killing seasons for native ducks, short-tailed shearwaters and native quail have finished for
another year. The bloodshed has ended and tens of thousands of native birds are dead. That
means these species get a respite, but only until next year. If we combine forces and act now we
may be able to avert future killing.

It is a sad indictment of a Government when it continues to
allow these killing season despite the cruelty involved, and
despite such seasons contributing to large declines in bird
numbers. Other States have banned duck and quail shooting
and nowhere else in Australia are shearwaters able to be
legally killed. We are continuing to campaign for an end to all
killing seasons in Tasmania.

Minister Brian Wightman has the power to decide whether
these seasons are declared again in 2012. We have just met
with him and planted the seeds of suggestion that these killing
seasons be stopped forthwith. If he is convinced that the
community is outraged by this “killing for fun” attitude then he
can be persuaded to end it. Write to him, or better still, ask to meet
with him and voice your opposition. Now is a good time to do it, and
it is a chance to make a difference.

What you do today will impact on what happens tomorrow. Make
today the day you make the decisive step of changing the mind of a
politician. This one act could potentially save the lives of many
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Making Language Fairer toward All Animals

Does language need to change to become fairer for all animals, nonhuman and human? If so,
what needs to be changed and how can these changes come about? Jane Goodall, the world-
famous researcher of the lives of chimpanzees and other nonhuman animals, provides an
example of needed changes and how they can be made. In her 1990 book Through a Window,
Goodall recounts that in the early 1960s, when she started her research in Africa, scientists in her
field gave numbers, not names, to the chimpanzees they were studying. When Goodall submitted
her first scientific paper for publication, the editor returned it to her to be amended. Everywhere
that she had written he or she to refer to a chimpanzee, the word had been replaced with it.
Similarly, every who had been replaced with which. In an effort to rescue the chimpanzees from
‘thing-ness’ and restore them to ‘being-ness,’ Goodall stubbornly changed the words back, and, in
the end, she won.

In the area of the connection between language and humans’ views of other animals, the key
book is Animal Equality: Language and Liberation by Joan Dunayer (2001). This book presents a
catalogue of changes that need to be made in many realms of language use, such as hunting,
research using nonhuman animals, and, of course, using nonhuman animals for food. Tables 1
and 2 presented later in this paper are based on Dunayer’s work.

Speciestist and Nonspeciesist Language

Dunayer uses the term speciesist for beliefs and language and other practices that do not treat
nonhuman animals with the same respect accorded to humans or that in other ways differentiate
among species of sentient beings in a way that signals members of some species are lesser than
others. Table 1 describes speciesist language in the sphere of vocabulary. Table 2 provides
examples of speciesist language in the spheres of grammar and usage. In each table, the first
column contains speciesist language, the second column contains nonspeciesist alternatives, and
the third column contains sentences that provide first speciesist and then nonspeciesist examples
of the language element depicted in that row. Explanations accompany language items in
columns one and two.

Table 1. Examples of speciesist and nonspeciesist vocabulary (based on Dunayer, 2001)
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(Paper presented at the World Vegetarian Congress, Brazil, 8-14 November 2004)
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We need your help to collect important funds to maintain a voice, and provide ongoing
advocacy, for all non-human animals in Tasmania. Put aside an hour or two to help AACT
raise money for those who need us. Register today: 0408 970 359 or info@AACT.org.au
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Speciesist Vocabulary (with Vegetarian Vocabulary Examples
Anything
(nonhuman animals are seen
as things)
Anyone, anybody
(nonhuman animals are
sentient beings)
There are many crows and other birds in that tree. If a bullet is fired into the tree,
anything could be hit and die.
There are many crows and other birds in that tree. If a bullet is fired into the tree,
anyone/anybody could be hit and die.
It (nonhuman animals are
sexless things)
She, he, they, he or she
(NHAs have sexual
characteristics, just like
humans)
When an animal is ill, take it to a veterinarian.
When a nonhuman animal is ill, take them/her or him to a veterinarian.
Which (which is used for
NHAs, plants, and objects)
Who (who is used with
sentient beings)
The monkeys which live near the temple are a gregarious lot.
The monkeys who live near the temple are a gregarious lot.
Animals, dumb animals, lower
animals (separates humans
from other animals and other
animals from each other in a
prejudicial or hierarchical
way)
Nonhuman animals, other
animals, fellow animals,
nonhuman persons (links
humans and other animals
as one group of sentient
beings)
Vegetarianism is better for human health and the health of animals.
Vegetarianism is better for human health and the health of our fellow animals.
Animal instinct (suggests that
useful behaviors of NHAs are
not the result of intelligence)
Instinct, intelligence
(stresses that some
similarities exist between
human mental capacity
and that of other animals)
The clever behaviors of the crow are based on animal instinct.
The clever behaviors of the crow are based on intelligence.
Higher animals (implies that
some animals are superior to
others and have superior
claim to rights)
Mammals, vertebrates (a
physiological classification,
not a value judgment)
Gorillas are one of the higher animals which eat a vegetarian or largely
vegetarian diet.
Gorillas are one of the vertebrates who eat a vegetarian or largely vegetarian
Inhumane (implies that
humans are the only typically
kind animal and that cruelty is
normal for other animals)
Cruel (doesn’t accord
humans special status)
Factory farm owners are inhumane to keep animals in cages so small that they
can’t even turn around.
Factory farm owners are cruel to keep animals in cages so small that they can’t
even turn around.
Sire, gestation, feed on
(separate terms for NHAs)
Father, pregnancy, eat
(same terms for humans
and NHAs)
Whether the mother is a Great Dane, or a tiny Chihuahua, the gestation period
is the same, approximately nine weeks.
Whether the mother is a Great Dane, or a tiny Chihuahua, the pregnancy period
is the same, approximately nine weeks.
Aquarium animal, zoo animal
(don’t call aquariums and
zoos what they really are)
Aquaprison inmate, zoo
inmate (call aquariums and
zoos what they really are)
One of the zoo animals, an orangutan, just gave birth. Will the baby be returned
to the wild?
One of the zoo inmates, an orangutan name Myrtle, just gave birth. Will the baby
be returned to the wild?
Euthanize, put down
(euphemisms; soft words for
hard deeds)
Kill, murder (reflects what
too often happens when
NHAs are used in
research)
After the experiment, the researchers euthanized the chimp, because it was in a
great deal of pain, pain that the experimenters had caused.
After the experiment, the researchers killed the chimp, because she was in a
great deal of pain, pain that the experimenters had caused.
Abattoir, meat-packing plant,
processing plant (conceals
the facility’s main purpose
from an NHA perspective)
Slaughterhouse (from an
NHA perspective, clearly
names what the facility
does)
The broilers were taken to the meat-packing plant for processing.
The Tyson employees took the captive chickens to the slaughterhouse.
beef, pork, giblets, foie gras,
veal (disguises the food’s
origins)
Cow flesh, pig flesh, bird
organs, goose or duck
liver, calf flesh (candid,
out-in-the-open name)
Tender white veal lightly breaded and pan fried, served with a romaine onion
salad and foie gras.
Tender white calf flesh lightly breaded and pan fried, served with a romaine
onion salad and goose liver.
Hedging when attributing
emotions and thought to
NHAs (implies NHAs don’t
have emotions and thoughts)
The pigs appeared to be scared, and they seemed to be thinking of a way to
escape.
The pigs were scared, and they were thinking of a way to escape.
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Thank you to:
• The following Salamanca Market businesses for
permanent AACT collection tins:
- 100% Fresh Squeezed Juice
- More than Skin Deep

• The State Cinema for sponsoring AACT
advertisements.

• Jamie McArthur for printing AACT banners at
discounted rates.

• The following kind donors of prizes for the 2010
AACT Quiz Night:
- Lush Cosmetics
- Kathleen McLaren


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2 Tbs olive oil
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2 Tbs hoisin sauce
¾ cup toasted pecans or walnuts chopped
3 Tbs tamari soy sauce
1 tsp dried oregano
½ tsp dried sage
salt &ground pepper to taste

Method
In a food processor, mince mushrooms and parsley.
Remove and set aside. In a saute pan over medium
heat, warm 1 Tbs olive oil and cook onions and garlic
for 5 to 6 min. Transfer onion mixture to large size
bowl and combine minced mushrooms and parsley,
bread crumbs, tahini, hoisin sauce, chopped nuts,
tamari, oregano, sag, salt and pepper. Place mixture
in fridge for at least half an hour. Mixture will be soft,
but you should be able to form patties. Add additional
bread crumbs or tahini, if needed. Create patties using
your hands. In a saute pan, warm remaining 1 Tbs oil,
fry patties over medium heat for 3 to 5 min on each
side, until lightly browned and crispy. Be careful to
keep patties intact.

Serving variations
Instead of making patties, roll into small balls and
lightly saute in pan. Alternatively put mixture into loaf
pan and bake at 180 degrees for 20 to 25 minutes.
Enjoy!
Cruelty Free Recipe
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kicking.” and “absolutely atrocious and unacceptable”. Evidence from this investigation revealed that Australian cattle are being routinely brutalised and. and • one animal with a broken leg was tortured for 26 minutes before being killed. Of the 50 slaughters observed: • every slaughter facility breached international animal welfare guidelines • most animals were subjected to abuse through eye gouging.com). in the worst cases. tortured prior to slaughter on a nightly basis in Indonesia. The RSPCA and Animals Australia are demanding that the Gillard Government announce an immediate halt to the trade to Indonesia and an end date for all live animal exports. is that Australia is aiding and abetting this cruelty through taxpayer-funded equipment being installed in Indonesia — equipment that is internationally condemned as being inhumane. Restraint boxes installed in Indonesia by Meat and Livestock Australia and LiveCorp have been condemned by the world's leading slaughter expert Professor Temple Grandin as “breaching every humane standard all around the world. If you care about animals then please add your voice and help us end this cruel trade once and for all. (continued p4) 3 HQFRXUDJLQJ DQG VXSSRUWLQJ FUXHOW\ IUHH OLYLQJ . No amount of profit. When Australia's live trade was exposed as supplying cattle to Egypt in the full knowledge that it was routine practice for cattle to have their leg tendons slashed to disable them prior to slaughter — the Federal Government should have ended the trade then and there. tail twisting and even tail breaking • cattle experienced an average of 11 cuts to the throat with one animal having his throat cut 33 times • half of all Australian animals observed showed signs of consciousness more than 1.Shocking Live Export Investigation (continued from p1) Australia (MLA) and LiveCorp in Indonesia has actually contributed to and facilitated brutal treatment of Australian cattle. In a historic union — Australia's two peak animal welfare bodies RSPCA Australia and Animals Australia have joined forces to demand the Gillard Government immediately halt the live trade to Indonesia and then announce an end date for live animal export.banliveexport. This is not an industry worthy of Australian government support. Animals Australia visited 11 abattoirs to document the treatment and slaughter of Australian cattle in four Indonesian cities. Most alarming.5 minutes after their throat was cut. Evidence gathered once again reveals the willingness of Australia's live export industry to supply animals no matter how brutally they will be treated. RSPCA Australia conducted a scientific assessment of the investigation (available for download at www. no amount of excuses can justify Australia's continued involvement in live animal export — the associated cruelty inflicted on animals — and the message that we are sending to other nations as to what is acceptable treatment of animals. This further evidence of Australian interests knowingly supplying animals to even worse abuse in Indonesia demands that the Federal Government acts now. and even to actively contribute to and facilitiate brutal treatment by supplying inhumane equipment. The evidence gathered against Australia's live trade during the recent Indonesian investigation and in the Middle East in the eight years prior is damning. The Indonesian investigation In March 2011.

We will also send out email alerts for killing and won (see Coordinators Corner).au GPO Box 2477. Exposing institutionalised animal cruelty: With the support of members. Paying for advertising space to keep the billboards We always welcome input and participation displayed is quite costly.org. Killing at cemeteries and golf courses Tasmanian war on wildlife: The campaigns against duck.pm.Shocking Live Export Investigation (continued from p3) Watch the investigation report documentary (accessible at www. treatment of all non-human animals. Parliament House.banliveexport. Thankyou! actions may arise at short notice. Check this issue for updates and take a look at our website for more details. Raising awareness of the ongoing or email info@aact. as other members of the public. This upcoming events.au. please contact AACT on 0408 970 359 2. in response to media reports or new animal rights issues that Updates on AACT's current campaigns: come to light. as well as looking at our website and Facebook We have taken on the cemetery and golf course page. particularly in the north of the State.au/contact-your-pm PO Box 6022. CANBERRA ACT 2600 Write to Senator Joe Ludwig. HQFRXUDJLQJ DQG VXSSRUWLQJ FUXHOW\ IUHH OLYLQJ 4 . event.ludwig@aph.gov.gov. 1. AACT looks AACT has been getting the Ban Factory forward to advocating on behalf of and Farming billboard and the new Stop Animal furthering the compassionate and respectful Testing billboard into prominent locations. Please consider a from our members in AACTivities and this is donation to AACT to help continue getting these especially important as we plan future events. We ask members to refer to is largely due to the outcry from concerned the “What’s On” section of our website. Minister for Agriculture. If you would like to volunteer on our stall for any important message where they can be seen. á$$&7LYLWLHV 5HSRUW Salamanca Market StallAACT continues to have a presence at the Greens Salamanca Market stall on a monthly basis. Brisbane Qld 4001 Write to or ring your local MP and express your disgust about this brutal and cruel industry and ask that it be stopped now. House of Representatives. quail and shearwater killing have been in full swing.com) AACT Now Write to the Prime Minister Julia Gillard and tell her to end live exports immediately: www. We are keen to get some extra help to keep the stall going so please tell us if you can lend a hand for an hour or two. Fisheries and Forestry and tell him to end live exports: senator. Coming Events See page 2 for details of what is coming up. We continue to fight against the ongoing wildlife carnage. The stall is always full of informative material and interesting items for sale.

ask questions and listen to others telling us how “it” is.au 5 HQFRXUDJLQJ DQG VXSSRUWLQJ FUXHOW\ IUHH OLYLQJ . on their own.com. What does a precisely measured pain response in a chicken mean? does it mean pain? what does pain mean? No matter how much we learn about the physiology of pain – how long it persists.$ )DFWXDO .“I don't know the about the very essence of life itself. Ric & Jo Easton PO Box 12 Sheffield TAS 7306 (03) 6491 1439 www. so I cant actually do anything about AACT extends its sincere thanks to Bio-Distributors for their financial support. that problem”. should it be more about balance? The following is excerpt from Jonathan SafranFoers book “Eating Animals” explains exactly what I am on about. facts are scientifically based and we have come to 'need' science so badly in westernised societies. imagine the different journey that could be embarked upon. is it a Or you can begin to speak meaningfully way to justify ignorance . a story of compassion or domination or both – place them in a story about the world we live in and who we are and who we want to be – and you can begin to speak meaningfully about eating animals”.biodistributors. from the smallest of detail to life itself. certainly don't call it one of my favourite activities! Imagine if we were to let go of that invisible string that attaches what we simply must know purely to a fact. Bio-Distributors supply certified organic food and other organic products. we can’t seem to see a way with out it. facts. even with the help of modern technology that has us swimming in more facts than ever before. one of truth. for one. what do we replace the facts with? Or. and so forth – none of it will tell us anything definitive. This can be frustrating as facts don't always appear when and as we need them. read books. we seek out knowledge. Where do facts come from? Largely. how often do we question the content of our knowledge? And when we do. But place facts in a story. that's if you have the patience to wade through and find the one you are content with. How many of us actually enjoy researching and reading facts? I. are we simply seeking out more facts to help us come to a decision on the knowledge we have sought? Invariably. But.PEDODQFH Clare Knight In our every day lives we learn. enthusiasm and utter joy perhaps? But what is that. in one form or another. “Facts are important – but they don't. provide meaning – especially when they are bound to linguistic choices. What do the majority of us that don't have the scientific brain to fully appreciate and understand these facts do? Is it possible we simply rely on the likes of industries and other professionals to tell us what we should believe? Why do we place the highest of importance on facts? Could it be we are fearful of what might happen to us if we don't have them. the entire content of the choices we make. and then we create a new one. or on the flip-side. the symptoms it produces. we have come to rely upon facts to be the foundation and often.

and The blue throat wrasse is destruction to entire aquatic targeted in Tasmania and come for us to connect to fish." It doesn’t matter what the reason. used in live fish trade to Asia. that goal is unreachable as a practical matter. not to regulate treatment. we use them scientific adviser to the British for “sport”. (yes they are animals) simply because they live and breathe water. the pain system in fish is virtually do so. The treatment of animals will always constitute torture under the most “humane” circumstances.” which we cannot do anyway. go vegan. and they are steeped in social intelligence. Welfare “reforms” not only fail to provide any significant protection for animals. the facts are overwhelming us now. we must change the way we treat them. moral reasons."The scientific literature is experiment on them and we eat them for the clear. that fish do have the ability to feel pain and can most certainly suffer. We've begun mass farming them Sydney and Melbourne. AACT Aquatic Animal Campaigner Fish are what they are. Perhaps this has been difficult to come to terms with because if we know they suffer. The problem is use. we will seek to make that treatment more “humane.Comments 21-04-2011) Dear Colleagues: As long as we think the issue is the treatment of animals. it’s better for your health and for the planet. Photo courtesy Jon Bryan. they can complete mental tasks too complex for dogs. Francione (reprinted with kind permission from www. in underwater cages. physiologically. and help others do the same.&RQQHFW WR )LVK Clare Knight. fear. learn through trial and error.they can communicate with each other. we keep them locked up as pets. causing them we don't know.” But because animals are property. such reforms actually make matters worse because they encourage the public to feel more comfortable about animal exploitation and to continue to consume animals and animal products. fish! – but do we really know what that is? For centuries there has been a misconception about these animals. teach friends.com .com HQFRXUDJLQJ DQG VXSSRUWLQJ FUXHOW\ IUHH OLYLQJ 6 . so we took it upon ourselves and assumed they did not feel pain. Oxford scientist Dr Donald Broom. the same as in birds and mammals. The goal is to abolish animal use. what we do that may be.abolitionistapproach. Anatomically. The World is Vegan! If you want it. We have found every way Humanity needs to take a possible to drag them from their moment and think about fish and aquatic homes. You will never do anything else in your life as easy and satisfying. not treatment. The means to the goal? Go vegan and educate others about veganism. for ecosystems along the way. Connect to fish. *************************** If you are not vegan. are all connected. so we should not be deliberately causing them 7KH $EROLWLRQLVW $SSURDFK LQ D 1XWVKHOO ©2011 Gary L. www. It’s easy. we'll find them and know about them and how much rip them out. And the “treatment” (or welfarist) approach ignores that it is morally wrong to kill animals even if we treat them “humanely. The time has immense pain and suffering . we government says . make tools. and mere taste or because we're told its healthy to biologically. Studies proved years ago that fish have these abilities plus more . and because we as earthlings. it’s the morally right thing to do. But.TheWorldisVegan. happiness or be able to perform mental tasks – we even made an assumption that they had a 3 second memory! pain. most important. No matter where their individuality.

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Table 1 describes speciesist language in the sphere of vocabulary.org george@vegetarian-society. Examples of speciesist and nonspeciesist vocabulary (based on Dunayer.At locations across Tasmania We need your help to collect important funds to maintain a voice. Explanations accompany language items in columns one and two. and provide ongoing advocacy. Similarly. the second column contains nonspeciesist alternatives. and the third column contains sentences that provide first speciesist and then nonspeciesist examples of the language element depicted in that row. not names. Register today: 0408 970 359 or info@AACT. Vegetarian Society (Singapore) www. the worldfamous researcher of the lives of chimpanzees and other nonhuman animals. when she started her research in Africa. When Goodall submitted her first scientific paper for publication. the editor returned it to her to be amended. Brazil. every who had been replaced with which.vegetarian-society. research using nonhuman animals. in the end. In each table. the word had been replaced with it.au HQFRXUDJLQJ DQG VXSSRUWLQJ FUXHOW\ IUHH OLYLQJ 8 . and. she won. such as hunting. provides an example of needed changes and how they can be made. 2001) [see next page] 2011 AACT Tin Shake 29th July . Table 2 provides examples of speciesist language in the spheres of grammar and usage. using nonhuman animals for food.6SHDNLQJ 9HJHWDULDQ 7RZDUGV 1RQVSHFLHVLVW /DQJXDJH George Jacobs. 8-14 November 2004) (continued from previous issue. concludes next issue) Making Language Fairer toward All Animals Does language need to change to become fairer for all animals. In an effort to rescue the chimpanzees from ‘thing-ness’ and restore them to ‘being-ness. Put aside an hour or two to help AACT raise money for those who need us. for all non-human animals in Tasmania. This book presents a catalogue of changes that need to be made in many realms of language use. to the chimpanzees they were studying. Speciestist and Nonspeciesist Language Dunayer uses the term speciesist for beliefs and language and other practices that do not treat nonhuman animals with the same respect accorded to humans or that in other ways differentiate among species of sentient beings in a way that signals members of some species are lesser than others. Table 1. the key book is Animal Equality: Language and Liberation by Joan Dunayer (2001). the first column contains speciesist language. Goodall recounts that in the early 1960s.’ Goodall stubbornly changed the words back. Tables 1 and 2 presented later in this paper are based on Dunayer’s work. In her 1990 book Through a Window. nonhuman and human? If so.org.org (Paper presented at the World Vegetarian Congress. In the area of the connection between language and humans’ views of other animals. of course. scientists in her field gave numbers. and. Everywhere that she had written he or she to refer to a chimpanzee. what needs to be changed and how can these changes come about? Jane Goodall.

just like humans) Who (who is used with sentient beings) Which (which is used for NHAs. Tender white calf flesh lightly breaded and pan fried. Will the baby be returned to the wild? Euthanize. the pregnancy period is the same. After the experiment. giblets. approximately nine weeks. feed on (separate terms for NHAs) Father. take it to a veterinarian. pregnancy. vertebrates (a physiological classification. Aquarium animal. zoo inmate (call aquariums and zoos what they really are) One of the zoo animals. The monkeys who live near the temple are a gregarious lot. just gave birth. Tender white veal lightly breaded and pan fried. Higher animals (implies that some animals are superior to others and have superior claim to rights) Inhumane (implies that humans are the only typically kind animal and that cruelty is normal for other animals) Gorillas are one of the higher animals which eat a vegetarian or largely vegetarian diet. pig flesh. When an animal is ill. and objects) Animals. goose or duck liver. Sire. the researchers euthanized the chimp. served with a romaine onion salad and goose liver. nonhuman persons (links humans and other animals as one group of sentient beings) Instinct. anything could be hit and die. soft words for hard deeds) Kill. an orangutan name Myrtle. because it was in a great deal of pain. The pigs appeared to be scared. approximately nine weeks. fellow animals. zoo animal (don’t call aquariums and zoos what they really are) Aquaprison inmate. Will the baby be returned to the wild? One of the zoo inmates. calf flesh (candid. The pigs were scared. If a bullet is fired into the tree. an orangutan. intelligence (stresses that some similarities exist between human mental capacity and that of other animals) Mammals. It (nonhuman animals are sexless things) She. other animals. clearly names what the facility does) Cow flesh. The monkeys which live near the temple are a gregarious lot. and they seemed to be thinking of a way to escape. out-in-the-open name) Hedging when attributing emotions and thought to NHAs (implies NHAs don’t have emotions and thoughts) HQFRXUDJLQJ DQG VXSSRUWLQJ FUXHOW\ IUHH OLYLQJ 9 . murder (reflects what too often happens when NHAs are used in research) After the experiment. There are many crows and other birds in that tree. When a nonhuman animal is ill. they. just gave birth. eat (same terms for humans and NHAs) Whether the mother is a Great Dane. pain that the experimenters had caused. or a tiny Chihuahua.Speciesist Vocabulary (with Anything (nonhuman animals are seen as things) Vegetarian Vocabulary Anyone. anybody (nonhuman animals are sentient beings) Examples There are many crows and other birds in that tree. the gestation period is the same. The clever behaviors of the crow are based on animal instinct. bird organs. Vegetarianism is better for human health and the health of our fellow animals. dumb animals. Whether the mother is a Great Dane. veal (disguises the food’s origins) Slaughterhouse (from an NHA perspective. Factory farm owners are cruel to keep animals in cages so small that they can’t even turn around. pain that the experimenters had caused. lower animals (separates humans from other animals and other animals from each other in a prejudicial or hierarchical way) Animal instinct (suggests that useful behaviors of NHAs are not the result of intelligence) Nonhuman animals. he. not a value judgment) Vegetarianism is better for human health and the health of animals. plants. he or she (NHAs have sexual characteristics. The broilers were taken to the meat-packing plant for processing. meat-packing plant. served with a romaine onion salad and foie gras. Gorillas are one of the vertebrates who eat a vegetarian or largely vegetarian Cruel (doesn’t accord humans special status) Factory farm owners are inhumane to keep animals in cages so small that they can’t even turn around. or a tiny Chihuahua. take them/her or him to a veterinarian. put down (euphemisms. anyone/anybody could be hit and die. gestation. and they were thinking of a way to escape. The Tyson employees took the captive chickens to the slaughterhouse. If a bullet is fired into the tree. pork. processing plant (conceals the facility’s main purpose from an NHA perspective) beef. the researchers killed the chimp. foie gras. because she was in a great deal of pain. Abattoir. The clever behaviors of the crow are based on intelligence.

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