Tue, 11 Sep 2012 7:14a.m.
Each weekend activists protest outside one of Wellington's French restaurants, trying to force foie gras off the menu.
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17/10/2012 8:58:00 p.m.
All animal products should be banned. I am French and very much against Foie Gras but also all forms of animal exploitations. The world is Vegan if we want it. The body has no biological need to animal "foods".
9/10/2012 11:31:03 a.m.
Great work protestors and I cant help but agree that if this is a French delicacy then maybe these foreign chefs should stick to producing it in France? This is undoubtedly a cruel product and has no place in our society. Just because a couple of drop-kick passers by would eat it doesn't mean they would be making informed ethical choices.
24/09/2012 4:57:31 p.m.
Eating animals is evil and immoral and it's disgusting for continuing to do so. Foie gras should be banned. We'd all live a happier and healthier life if we led a vegan lifestyle free of meat products and the cruelty of murder for which innocent animals endure.
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