Day: December 19, 2018

Four sets for 196 burned animals!

 

österreichische Flagge

 

Fire in stable near Villach, Austria. 196 goats dead.

VILLACH. In a Kärntner Milchziegenbetrieb 196 goats were killed in a fire on Monday night.

As the police reported, the fire had broken out in the factory in Fürnitz (market town Finkenstein, Bez Villach) around 21 clock. Five horses could be saved in time. In use were numerous fire departments of the district Villach with a total of 196 men.

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https://www.nachrichten.at/nachrichten/chronik/Brand-in-Stall-bei-Villach-196-Ziegen-tot;art58,3084827?fbclid

My comment: That’s all! And only from this newspaper!

So much value sets the press on a mass, agonizing death of 196 living beings. No questions, no criticisms, no accusation, how could something like that happen in the 21st century, in a “modern” stable with 196 inmates, who, until their cruel death, brought good money to their slave-keeper!
And if it were humans? Perhaps the Minister of the Interior of Austria would have announced his resignation, because if 196 people burn is a national tragedy.

The real tragedy that we experience every day is the Fascist morality of the people, based on the principle: “they are only animals, people are worth more”!

My best regards, Venus

Finnish fur farms: a horror industrie!

 

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Mink, foxes and raccoon dogs are kept in tiny cages and suffer terrible wounds when fighting each other. Foxes are bred to a huge size and fattened morbidly. The more fat the animal is, the more fat is the profit.

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These conditions were not uncovered in China, but in Europe, in Finland. Now cruel conditions on fur farms were revealed there!

We have reported several times on the terrible conditions in fur farms in China. But did you know that fur farming also has a long tradition in Finland? In Finland about 2.1 million mink, 2.2 million foxes and 134,000 Finnraccoon, that is the name for raccoon dogs, are bred. And how was rediscovered now: in terrible conditions.

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