Pamplona’s Weeklong ‘Running of the Bulls’ Leaves Dozens of Bulls Slaughtered, at Least 29 Humans InjuredYoutube.com/DangerTV
Pamplona’s Running of the Bulls has ended, leaving behind a trail of injured humans and an even longer trail of slaughtered bulls.
In Pamplona, Spain, 42 bulls will be stabbed to death this week. Will the mayor relegate the Running of the Bulls to the history books—where this archaic bloodbath belongs?
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Today, 54 protesters staged a “crime scene” cordoned off with yellow tape in Pamplona to call for an end to the annual torture and killing of bulls.
Every year, a barbaric bloodbath takes place at the San Fermín festival in Pamplona, Spain – and most people are totally unaware of it.
No young bull will ever again be stabbed to death by men with spears in the Castilla y León region of Spain.
Many of the tourists who go to Pamplona to run with the bulls have no idea what happens to the animals afterwards.
Tormenting bulls for entertainment is as dangerous to them as it is to the human riders. The difference is, the bulls didn’t consent.
More than 100 activists marched to the beat of drums towards the Plaza Consistorial in Pamplona, Spain, holding signs proclaiming, “Stop the Bloody Bullfights.”
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind