How a girl was force-fed in the heart of Geneva and died

Geneva is one of those cities where you can easily spot people walking in their real murdered and skinned alive animal fur coats and where the French culture has spread so much that even though producing foie gras is illegal in Switzerland, people buy it and eat it as voraciously as in France.

Maybe precisely because it is illegal to force-feed ducks and geeseĀ  in their country, three farmers decided they will force-feed a young girl they caught in the streets of Geneva…

One of the farmers roped the girl…

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She screamed and tried to escape…

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But the farmer was stronger…

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And a second farmer began to prepare the food…

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And the force-feeding began…

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The girl tried to escape one more time but she couldn’t…

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They continued to force-feed her…

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Again…08

and again, helped by a third farmer…

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It is an incredibly painful procedure…

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and if the girl struggles when the tube is thrust down her throat, or if her oesophagus contracts with the urge to vomit, she runs the risk of suffocation and fatal perforation of the neck…

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Insertion of the tube causes lesions which become germ-infested and painfully inflamed.

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The unbalanced and forced over-feeding causes fatal diseases of the digestive system…

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Immediately after the force-feeding session the girl suffers from breathlessness and diarrhea…

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The enlargement of the liver makes it difficult to breathe, and all movement is painful.

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This results in the liver becoming almost ten times larger than its normal size, and the girl develops an illness, hepatic steatosis…

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The farmers realized they will not have to slaughter the girl themselves, as she had died from the consequences of the force-feeding…

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The farmers are happy to be cutting her liver soon…

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She just couldn’t take it and died, just like one million birds die during the force feeding period in France alone…

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People stared at the girl and the satisfied farmer…

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And most of them (if not all) thought: “Maybe I shouldn’t buy foie gras anymore…”

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“For is this suffering worth my few seconds of enjoying foie gras?”

Here is the video of what happened:

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GenevAnimaliste

Published in: on December 7, 2012 at 5:20 pm  Comments (4)  
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