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‘Glass Walls’ Goes Italian!

Written by PETA | July 5, 2013

Italian rock star Red Canzian, who has been vegetarian for 17 years and vegan for four, launched PETA’s new italiano version of “Glass Walls,” which will surely have a big impact on the big boot. After watching Paul McCartney’s “Glass Walls” video about the mutilation, deprivation, and violence inflicted on animals in the meat, dairy, and egg industries, Red was inspired to host an Italian version. We’re releasing this video in Italy subsequent to Paul’s show in Verona, Italy, where Red and Paul met backstage and snapped the pic below. Check out the video and find out why everyone would be vegetariano if slaughterhouses had glass walls!

What You Can Do

If you’re still eating meat, dairy products, or eggs, please watch “Glass Walls“—we’re sure you’ll be ready to take the Pledge to Go Veg after you do. And if you’re already enjoying cruelty-free foods, send your friends to Meat.org to view the video and to find out how to go vegan. Obviously, they’ll be in great company. 

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  • Claudine Tucker says:

    Watching this video has reinforced my will to go Vegan; however, I am feeding my pets supposedly organically raised chickens. Some people have told me that grocers are probably mislabeling milk, egg, and poultry products as being from cruelty free farms. I can’t seem to make it to a real Farmer’s Market that is only open on Saturdays until noon or 2:00 p.m.; therefore, I am relying on the honesty of my local grocer that ‘Simple Truth’ products are from cruelty free farms. Unfortunately, the whole chicken I prepared yesterday had a broken leg at the femur area; therefore, I am suspicious that all these labels are false advertising gimmicks. More transparency needs to be part of the policy to let people know what farms the meats, poultry, and dairy products are coming from. Instead, Congress has passed some legislature in U.S. that bars any such information to be given at all to the consumers. I do believe that is a gross and unjust intervention on the part of Congress on civil liberties. Obviously, your report answers the political, economic side to this extremely sad, heartbreaking reality we live in today.

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