I’ve asked you for sources just so I can learn more about you are saying, however as i have repeated over and over again this is not the context of the topic.
The topic is to discuss the morality in eating animals that have been killed in a cruel manner and that video is just an example of cruelty so it doesn’t matter if this video just compiled 1 out of 300 farms in one state. I did not post those videos for the sake of raising awareness about the existence of farms.
There are Christians all over the world, not all of them have the procedures as the west.
In Spain, there is tradition called bull fighting. In prior to eating the bull, they allow it run around the town and people can throw/stab or whatever damage or fun they want until it collapses and dies. So the topic is.
In China, their is a belief by some people that the greater the animal suffers, the better the meat… so various markets such as in Wuhan do things such as blow torch live dogs, stuff live koala’s in boiling pots (also crucifying them to walls and punching them to death), and other forms of sadism… etc.
In other countries, there is a delicacy known as monkey brains. What they do is they put a live monkey inside a table with it’s head sticking out of the hole, and the person beats it to death.
This is what the topic is about. If a christian goes to these places and decides to try to eat something exotic, is it morally wrong to eat animals that have been killed this way?
I don’t understand why you are arguing about “that video doesn’t represent the entire farm industry” as if this about the farm industry itself, i’ve been explaining to you what the topic is about over and again.