Day: July 30, 2018

Spitzenbergen: Murder as part of eventful days!

 

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In the Norwegian island group Spitzenbergen a bear has been murdered.
From a guard who accompanied a ship cruise. He was allegedly attacked by the bear, who actually lived there, and as self-defense he shot the homeowner.

 

Polarbärenangriff auf Spitzbergen

In the news, we read: The man was, according to the Hapag Lloyd Cruises with other guards – but gone without tourists – on land.
Earlier, a spokesman for Northern Norway’s emergency services said the attack had come when a group of tourists landed in a small boat on an island. Spitsbergen is a group of islands belonging to Norway. Only about 3000 bears live there.

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Germany: a circus country!!

 

Germany

This text is translated directly from the German web page: GTG Aachen:

Appropriately to the topic animal and habitat reached us today this sad picture, which does not have to be commented, because it speaks for itself:
They see a tiger who lives his life in the circus.

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When? Today!!

Where? Aachen*, downtown, on a soulless, paved parking lot.
Why? This is a question that, with the best of intentions, has no reasonable answer, and which must dispel the compassionate nature of a circus visit.

A commentator woman, obviously from this city, wrote: “I have called everywhere, I have always been told that we are not responsible, or that everything is allowed. I should not get upset, then… you would have to get the cows from the meadow too”!!!

(*Aachen is, with 245,000 inhabitants, the westernmost German city. Aachen borders the Netherlands and Belgium).

There is an answer to this “why”. It is a reasonable explain why still existe such pictures.

Because German society is a perpetrator friendly society.
It’s an animal cruelty, there’s a culprit, and this guilty person must be punished for it-Basta!
Every inhabitant of this city who sees this cruelty to this animal, is morally obliged to report it. Not only a woman, not only three or five persons, but 5.000 People!

Without “if” and “but”, just “now and here” I alert the veterinary office and I tell of an animal cruelty, with a circus Tiger.
But this civil courage is missing.
Our cowardice call the most “tolerance”!

That’s why animal torturers and criminals are getting more and more powerful!

 Best regards, Venus

 

Mass tourism is a form of neocolonialism.

 

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Following PETA Asia’s exposé of the abusive treatment of working animals at Petra, Jordan, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been signed to make major improvements to animal welfare at the UNESCO World Heritage site.

The MoU includes plans for the introduction of eco-friendly electric vehicles to carry tourists and the installation of modern veterinary clinics, where the animals would receive regular care. Other plans include new water stations to ensure that animals have access to fresh drinking water and a prohibition on forcing animals to walk dangerous paths or carry heavy loads.

At Petra, more than 1,300 horses, donkeys, mules, and camels are forced to carry tourists or pull carriages in the city every day, and they’re suffering terribly. Handlers routinely whip and beat them as they haul tourists on a gruelling 6-mile trek in the sweltering heat, and they’re given no water or shade. Donkeys are forced to carry tourists up and down the 900 treacherously steep and eroded steps to the city’s iconic monastery. If they resist or falter, the beatings intensify.

 

Esel in Jordan

This MoU is a monumental step in the right direction and has the potential to transform the lives of the hundreds of working animals who have suffered incessantly for the sake of tourism. PETA is thrilled that change is coming to Petra, as it might mean an end to the beatings and other forms of abuse at the site.

Remember: Petra isn’t the only place where animals are exploited and subjected to violence – this is the daily reality for millions of living beings around the globe. To end cruelty to animals everywhere, we must continue to take action.

https://www.peta.org.uk/blog/change-is-coming-for-animals-in-jordan/

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Dicke touristin auf esel

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It’s not just Jordan, I agree with PETA.
The Taxi-Animals suffer similarly in Greece, in Spain, in Berlin, in Vienna …
It has developed an industry tourism in the last 30 years.
Every idiot wants to experience “nature” and “exoticism”, and he does not care if he destroys the environment or if animals suffer.
That’s what a fun society is called.
it has to be banned to sale this spiteful form of fun: making selfies with Tieger slaves, riding camels to death, using carriages as taxi – cabs and dragging elephants in the heat as a transport means all day long.

Mass tourism is a form of neocolonialism.

Best regards, Venus