No good person could look into the eyes of an animal and think that a meal was more important than their suffering.
KATHARINE HAY: ‘Members of Direct Action Everywhere, an international grassroots network of animal rights activists, entered Touro Steakhouse in West Street, Brighton. About 20 of them held signs with photos of animals that were being served up in the steakhouse with placards saying “It’s not food, it’s violence” and “Until every animal is free”. One of the activists gave a speech urging customers to question their food, saying: “No good person could look into the eyes of an animal and think that a meal was more important than their suffering.” The vegans then played recorded audio of animals being slaughtered in an attempt to put people off eating.
The activists stood around the restaurant with the animal recordings making customers “listen to their screams”. The activists persisted for half an hour then continued the demonstration outside shouting: “What do we want? Animal liberation! When do we want it? Now”. A spokeswoman for Direct Action Everywhere Brighton, said: “In a time where we are experiencing mass environmental destruction, largely due to our unsustainable and unethical food choices, it is paramount that we put our egos and selfishness aside and accept that we are all connected’. SOURCE…