Fabrice Nicolino, Author of “The Meat Industry Threatens Our World”  
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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.

HOST (IN FRENCH): Concerned viewers this is the Stop Animal Cruelty series on Supreme Master Television. In his latest book entitled “The Meat Industry Threatens our World,” Fabrice Nicolino, a French journalist, author and environmental advocate explores the history of the bloody and violent livestock industry.

Mr. Nicolino (m): The people, the public needs to know exactly where meat comes from and how the animals are treated.

Mr. Nicolino (m): We delegate it in fact to men and women who are far removed from us, geographically, socially, and mentally.

We delegate them to treat the animals as objects. We delegate them to take care of killing the animals in slaughterhouses and we don’t want to see that.

Mr Nicolino (m):  “As long as there will be slaughterhouses, there will be battlefields.” I agree 100% with that. I think that there is a deep link, symbolic and mental, between slaughterhouses, this terrible way of treating the animals, and the dreadful way that humans are treated in certain crises, in certain appalling wars.

HOST: The book, published in late 2009, has received great attention in France as it is the first work ever in French that investigates the nation’s factory farms.

In the book Mr. Nicolino also analyzes the production of animal products across the globe and concludes that the entire system is a clear and present danger to the survival of humanity and our planet. 

For more details on Fabrice Nicolino, please visit
Fabrice-Nicolino.com or Bidoche-Lelivre.com
“The Meat Industry Threatens Our World” is available at Amazon.fr