Christmas

a We are at the gates of the holidays. Gradually, our environment is changing affectionately colored lights, fir, wreaths, carols, gifts, best wishes for a better world, not to mention the opulent tables full of the most eexquisitos manjaresu. a is like a slow but sure to warm up the engines, in this case rather of ovens and stoves, to the big count down in the kitchens of many homes. Moved as an invisible spring begins large deployment: Shrimp, lobster, lamb, ham (pork), foie gras (liver, turkey, duck or goose), quail, rabbits, salmon, cod, chicken, calves and so long and endless. Both suddenly one question: what is celebrated at Christmas? A contest to see who is capable of cooking or eating more species of animals? Nope. Christmas is a holiday Christian in commemorating the birth of Jesus of Nazareth. a It is incredible that he was born of pacifism is concluded with the largest massacre of the year. It is disconcerting that the one on your birth you were closed the doors of all households, who received him alone in offering shelter and warmth were the animals: cows, oxen, calves and lambs.

. . He is killing the descendants celebrate their benefactors. to Jesus came to this earth to help people, but also to the animals! a In intensive livestock farms around the world twice animals barely survive inhabitants has the planet. Spain has 43 million inhabitants and yet the Spanish livestock farms are six times more animals than the Spanish inhabitants who live a sad life and expect a painful death.