Bristolians travelling by bus are treated to a hardhitting bus poster educating the public to go vegan, live vegan, stay vegan and teach vegan as a justice-for-all philosophy that includes non-human animals as well as humans.
At the centre of these posters is a mother cow with her calf, with a message saying that “my milk is for my babies, not for you”, with reference to the fact that dairy milk is taken from a mother cow, artificially impregnated to give birth to a newborn child, so that humans can take away the milk from her baby for their own pleasure and convenience. To make things worse, the baby calf is then sold on to the veal trade, whilst the mother cow, having had to endure losing her baby shortly after its birth, remains on the receiving end of a cycle of artificial impregnation, birth and separation from her offsprings, until she is finally spent and incapable of producing milk. She is then sacrificed for hamburger meat.
Fronting this poster campaign right now is cartoon character and the world's first guitar-playing pig Pig Freud, who has now become a spokesperson for all non-human animals over the planet with his passionate music-playing. After a satisfactory Autumn Tour in the UK last year during which he raised over £3,600 in support of regional grassroots volunteer-led vegan projects, Pig Freud is embarking on another new billboard campaign, with billboard posters speaking out for his fellow non-huamn animals as well as bus posters splattered across various parts of Bristol, so that his human counterparts will begin to think about where their animal food comes from and whether they should be using animals as replaceable resources in their food.
To see Pig Freud's other posters in his poster campaign, click on the link here:
Pig Freud has recently launched a crowdfunder in support of his new poster campaign in Bristol. Pig Freud has worked extremely hard in bringing these posters into life as well as garnering support for his valuable work for animals. He'd absolutely love it if you could give him further backing by donating at the link here:
Pig Freud is also doing charity collections in support for his crowdfunder, as well as performing live, at the upcoming VegfestUK Bristol vegan festival, taking place on May 21st 22nd at the Amphitheatre on the Harbourside. Pig Freud's gig is on Sunday May 22nd at 5pm on the Buskers Stage, a performance for which he's practising hard to get more people thinking about the personhood and moral status of all animals. With around 15,000 visitors expected over the whole weekend, it is Pig Freud's wish that this year's VegfestUK will further inspire tens of thousands of people to re-think their diet and lifestyle choice in consideration of the preferences of his fellow animals not to be used as property for humans.
To find out more about VegfestUK Bristol, read the event programme at www.bristol.vegfest.co.uk/programme
To buy tickets to VegfestUK Bristol, visit the link here: www.bristol.vegfest.co.uk/admission
Join the Facebook event for Pig Freud’s gig at VegfestUK Bristol – https://www.facebook.com/events/1732639800283181/
To apply for charity collecting for Pig Freud's crowdfunder at VegfestUK Bristol, email email@example.com with dates preferred.
from Vegfest UK