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Shark Bait: Change in China Town – Gordon Ramsay

Janice Jameson

March 24, 2015




In Gordon Ramsay's Shark Bait, the world's most famous chef will expose the shocking practices that are threatening the existence of one of the earth's most amazing creatures and confront the illicit fishermen, traders and diners who are responsible for the shark's precipitous decline.

Gordon Ramsay returns to London and arranges a meeting with the chinese restaurant community in China town. Chef Ramsay shows the group his footage and encourages the restaurant to make a difference and ban Shark Fin soup being on the menu.

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mhrby1985
- 6 Years ago

So while your points about their ability to feel pain does make the “it’s
torture!” objection sort of mute, it still doesn’t adress the primary
object: We are endangering the species for this practice. So while the
individual shark might not be hurt, as it is unable to feel pain, we are
hurting the entire species and driving them to extinction.

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wizard7794
- 6 Years ago

ching he huang!!!

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BigUpToNJ
- 6 Years ago

@mhrby1985 ok, you make that happen and give me a percentage of any money
you make 😀

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Baran A
- 6 Years ago

gordon you are a beast.Please don’t stop because this shit is disgusting..

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Hyperion Inc
- 6 Years ago

Well done Gordon, while there are many celebrities that use their fame for
good, you’re the first celebrity chef I know that is doing more for the
world than just putting together food in a kitchen.

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willchen19920929
- 6 Years ago

LOL they’re chinese~ I’m a chinese and i know how we are smart enough to
show the good side on camera then go home and dont give a fuk about this~
LOLZ i kidd~ ppl in china are stopping to eat shark fins but it’s
definately going to take more time than killing the last shark on this
planet

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Brian
- 6 Years ago

@MangaFlare do you have any idea how those cows and chickens are raised?

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Baby J
- 6 Years ago

; shark fin has been in chinese culture for centuries due to its elusivity,
because fishermen long before did not have the equipment and techniques
they have now in catching sharks and de-finning them, thus making it an
exclusive ingredient in food in the past. even though it does not have any
distinct taste (or nutrition, for that matter), tradition is what keeps
many generation X and Y chinese hold on to the prestige of consuming it.
e.g. a sign of prosperity for future when served at weddings

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starbase101
- 6 Years ago

This just further reaffirms my decision to have been vegetarian for 25
years and vegan for the last 7 years. No species on this planet deserves to
be born and raised into a life of slavery only to later be butchered and
consumed by a race of ecological herbivores in denial. Gordon, you’re cool
and I love all your shows. I’m happy you’re using your celebrity status to
try making a difference here.

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DennisTheta
- 6 Years ago

You go Gordon !!!

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thomas eey
- 6 Years ago

Retarded Americans: Chickens, Pollution, Racists

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Eiki Shiki
- 6 Years ago

You should probably look up how foie gras is made. And sharks, from what we
know of their nervous system, don’t feel pain, so the “torture” is purely
from a humans anthropomorphic view. You might as well say. “If plants were
animals, felt pain, could make decisions, and were demonstrably sentient,
we wouldn’t eat them!” Yeah, sure, but they aren’t. And sharks don’t
function as much more than a swimming grinder.

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mhrby1985
- 6 Years ago

@BigUpToNJ As has been pointed out by some others, there are many key
differences: 1) We make sure the population of chickens and cows are stable
and are not endangering them as species 2) We do not torture them to death,
but give them the quickest death with the least pain possible, at least at
most slaughter facilities, there will always be bad places that are not up
to code tho 3) We use far more than 5% of the animals for consumption

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Nattaphorn Henry Price
- 6 Years ago

@88thebrian I do. But i don’t see any point to your reply. What’s your game
?

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missaggiebaby
- 6 Years ago

I wonder how those restaurants are doing, if they’ve stuck with not selling
shark fin

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mhrby1985
- 6 Years ago

@BigUpToNJ Those compactors sounds horrible! What are the US regulations on
that? I know that here in Denmark, slaughtering them by any other means
than instant death by a boltgun (incorrect name, not sure how to translate
the Danish term for it into English), which is the most humane way of
killing the animal. Besides that, there are guidelines about the presense
of other animals (they cannot witness others being killed, as that would
induce mental torment into the animal)

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andreasegde
- 6 Years ago

Shark fin tastes like shit, and it does not make you sex life any better.
Fact.

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ReFLeXive
- 6 Years ago

They need to find use for the whole entire shark’s body. Not just cutting
off it’s fins(legs) and throwing them back in the ocean…. terrible. I’m
Chinese btw… either use the whole thing or don’t use it at all.

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George Pooperman
- 6 Years ago

Your awesome Ramsay the guys that kill sharks are fucking stupid ass
idiots!!!!!

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bronzenrule
- 6 Years ago

Your dismissal…*

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ZhangtheGreat
- 6 Years ago

The Chinese have started experimenting with breeding/farming wild animals
as well to keep their population numbers up. We all know about the panda,
and certain parts are now doing so with tigers. Ultimately, this is the
best way to save an endangered species. Laws don’t work unless there’s an
incentive to follow them. If there’s still a high demand for shark fin
soup, then there needs to be a way to raise and breed the animals.

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BigUpToNJ
- 6 Years ago

@mhrby1985 we should find a way to grow and harvest sharks then, and teach
them how to or have them invest in something like that, i mean they are
already spending a ton of money on them anyways, and that would eliminate a
lot of violent slaughter of sharks. i saw some slicing the spine which i
think kills it as fast as any other animal. plus have you seen video of
some piggies in the US being like compressing by a giant compactor and you
hear squealing for like 4 seonds then they slideoutdead

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Viet Nguyen Hoang
- 6 Years ago

it is different from killing a duck because shark is a part of the ocean
ecosystem and their extinction will certainly disturb the system in a way
that we can not foresee. Plus, Isn’t it better to keep our planet colorful
and diversified?

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Nattaphorn Henry Price
- 6 Years ago

That’s interesting to know. Over here in Thailand, i don’t see shark fin
soup sold in restaurants. Maybe special restaurants but normally all i see
are whole sharks. So yeah, i wonder what their reason is to not prepare
shark meat.

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Shazzia Miah
- 6 Years ago

The bloody Chinese will eat anything and because of them cats, dogs, mice,
snakes, sharkes, etc, etc are treated horrendously. I saw a documentary on
one of the Chinese meat markets and I cried after watching it and couldn’t
get it out of my head for ages, it was horrendous and the Chinese behave
like cold hearted, greedy, ignorant savages. They kill animals for the most
ridiculous reasons like their medicine. They are the only country in the
world that seem to eat anything that moves no matter what it is. Every
other country at least has something that they don’t eat but the Chinese!
You can’t put anything past them…. From cockroaches to ants to snakes.
There isn’t anything they won’t eat and they seem to have no emotion,
feeling or empathy whatsoever for anyone or anything other than there self.


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