A group of vegan activists had spent a lot of time on the preparation in the form of kropsmaling and props, before the Thursday got into position and posed as the dead sea creatures in front of fiskemarkederne along the Barangaroo Wharf in Sydney.
the Group was from dyrerettighedsorganisationen PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment and Animals, ed.) and was painted from head to toe in dark blue colors. Also had the fake fish-hooks seated at the mouth to symbolize the fish kills, they protested against. The protest was lying on a blue tarpaulin.
Aktivisternes fiskeprotest comes only a few days before Sydney's annual fish and seafood-marathon, which is known under the name of the Festive Frenzy. In the course of the 36 hours will be tons of marine animals, according to PETA sold for human consumption.
- the Festive Frenzy is a 36-hour showing of the true hell, the fish must be through when they get caught in the net, pulled away from their vandhjem and sliced open, just so their meat can be sold to consumers, says Emily Rice, who is the spokesperson for PETA.
the Organization calls in the same token, consumers in the christmas good spirit, to choose vegan food for christmas.Updated Date: 23 December 2019, 11:41