Ban on bull fighting.
Sorry, couldn't find a regular article.
So yeah, Catalonia is the first region in spain to ban the sport. Hopefully this will set a precedent.
Also my thanks go to the BBC news channel for accidentally showing a bit of vagina on TV this morning. lol
Thank you very much NAZI libtards
killing an ancient tradition dating back to the roman gladiators game.
Yeah well, first off: Catalonia is a troll country inside Spain, they do everything to piss off the the other spanish countries and are trying for separation a long time. At least they're not terrorists like those filthy basques...
Second, it's pure hypocrisy to ban killing a single bull in public while there are thousands of cows and bulls killed in slaughterhouses everyday in Europe. Not a vegeterian fag here, and if you don't like bull fights then don't watch them. It's not like hunting down wild animals or hunting deer anyway, the bulls get breed for this sport. At least they can fight in an arena, while they will now get an iron bolt between the eyes after this amendment passes through. It's just hypocrisy.
What happen to the bull killed in the bull fight? Do the organizer cook the meat and sell it to the audience?
WTH? People here actually for bull fighting? Generally it's not like the bull has a fighting chance. It runs around aimlessly while the bull fighter throws spears at it. Eventually after bleeding out for a while and running around it collapses. A bolt to the head seems a little more humane.
It's not the sport or the killing that people take issue with, it's that the bull is basically being teased and tortured to death for the sake of entertainment.
Originally Posted by morten
actually yes, it's not THAT fast to butcher a bull but it does get butchered and eventually sold and eaten. Afaik is not so cheap either :P
Originally Posted by kazenohirameki
Yes, it's rather inhumane but wild animals hunting is inhumane too, don't you think? And people didn't make any issue about that.
Originally Posted by Stuyvesant
If it's for food, I don't have any problem with that. Eventually, it all goes back to the ecosystem.
Originally Posted by Digital_Eon
By the way, I've seen documentary...I think about life in the ice-cover plain or sort...and one of the family caught a seal and they ate the whole seal raw, sparing nothing. It's a bit gruesome but it's quite educational.