Earthlings - Monday Night Movies
Using hidden cameras and never-before-seen footage, Earthlings chronicles the day-to-day practices of the largest industries in the world, all of which rely entirely on animals for profit.
A ground breaking documentary that is perhaps one of the most vital movies any human on this planet should watch today. It is a movie that examines the 5 major areas of our dependence on animals – pets, food, clothing, entertainment and research.
It is one film that is perhaps the hardest to watch, and at the same time, it is the one that needs to be watched the most – by everyone.
Yes this movie is going to make you cringe at times and evoke some serious emotion, but that is not a good enough reason not to see it. In fact, we need to get back into feeling deeper today, as our world has turned too many of us into programmed, emotionless robots. Yes it is inconvenient to find this out. Yes it is going to make you rethink your ways, and yes it may lead you to make some major changes in your life, but that is what evolution of the human being and spirit is all about.
Earthlings shines light on some topics that have been forgotten. The purpose of this documentary is not to scare people into becoming vegans, but to make people aware of how animals are being treated.
How much longer are we going to pretend that this doesn’t exist, or that it does not happen, or that it doesn’t impact us personally?
In summary, Earthlings is a movie that is gaining momentum, as humanity is called to evolve and find a new and more loving and sustainable way of existing. It acknowledges its purpose, in that it is demonstrating how animals have come to serve humankind.
Ignorance has gotten us to a point today in history where chronic diseases are raging. People cry over the family member they lose or over their own pain and suffering, but so few are making the connection.
Our environment is in a state of crisis. Our waters are heavily polluted, as is our air and soils, while microorganisms are going all out of control of their symbiotic balance with us. Yet again, so few are making the connection.
In conclusion, this movie is not trying to make you feel “bad” or “sad” or pointing any fingers. It is simply saying “WAKE UP AND MAKE THE CONNECTION“.
It is not too late to change the way we treat our fellow earthlings, change the way we treat each other and change the way we treat the planet.
Questions and answers will follow the movie session with the founder of Animal Action Day, Aldwyn Altuney as our special GUEST SPEAKER.
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