Day: March 27, 2019

UK: ‘Blue Planet’ Episodes – Some Amazing Footage of the Wild From the BBC.



Quite rightly, the (UK) BBC has a reputation the world over for producing some amazing wildlife programmes. We would like to share some of them with you.

‘Blue Planet’ is the latest series on UK television; some amazing footage from all over the globe.


Regards Mark

world wildlife day

A proof of thanatophilia



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Just when we thought we had seen everything, all kinds and models of human stupidity and human nonsense about the abuse of animals, another horrible practice appears.
And leaves us speechless, alone because one with the carcass of a murdered animal over the shoulder can walk around undisturbed. And because it is legal.

These two-legged species we must call a filthy sack, witch has the psychopathological symptom of the Thanatophilia!


My best regards, Venus


Canada: Politicians Just Don’t Understand Why The World Hates Them So Much. Lets Go Clubbing – Seals or No Seals !


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This is the time of year once again when Canadians will start smashing in the heads of young seal pups.

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Does Canada not realise that it is hated the world over for allowing this hunt to take place each year ?

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Why does the World hate me ? – says the animal abuser

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Why does the World hate me ? – says the animal abuser


Below are a few facts and links which we hope will give you more information on what is going on. Like all hunters, the Canadian government is supporting those which murder seals – ‘they take our fish’ – OUR fish ?? – or do they mean beings of the sea which are taken as a food source by other animals of the sea ?


It is illegal in Canada to hunt newborn harp seals (whitecoats) and young hooded seals (bluebacks). When the seal pups begin to molt their downy white fur at the age of 12–14 days, they are called “ragged-jacket” and can be commercially hunted.

Hunters in Canada target harp seal pups because of their soft fur. But law prohibits hunters from killing pups that have yet to grow out of their white coat, like this baby’s. Harp seals aren’t endangered, but melting ice because of climate change is killing pups.

In recent years, hundreds of thousands of seals have been killed annually in the commercial seal hunt. More than one million seals have been slaughtered in the past five years alone. These kill levels are among the highest witnessed in Canada in half a century.

Regards Mark.


Further reading and learning:


Regardless of brain dead Canadian politicians; there are always brilliant real men

– Paul Watson and the late Bob Hunter.


Paul Watson and the late Bob Hunter block the movement of the ‘Arctic Endeavour’ – thus attempting to save the murder of whitecoat seal pups.

In March of 1976, he and Paul Watson (now Sea Shepherd) stood on the heaving ice floes off the coast of Labrador as a large sealing ship bore down on them.

As the vessel bore down on them and the ice cracked and split beneath their feet, I (Paul) said to Bob,

“when it splits, I’ll jump to the left and you to the right.”

Bob looked straight ahead and calmly said, “I’m not going anywhere.”

And he meant it.

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Below – the late Bob Hunter – saving seals !

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ALF frees death candidates


Today is also a good day, because we can start with sensational news!




Received anonymously from @ALFUKpress (click here for video from the action):

We decided after reading recent hit reports from other activists that it was time we did something about it as well.

The game farm at ‘Chilmark Common’ is just south of the village of Chilmark. We found 8 very large pens each pen had approximately 400-600 birds, totaling somewhere between 3,200-4,800!


These breeding birds would have gone on to produce tens of thousands of offspring that would have been reared in factory farm conditions, to be put into pheasant pens in the late summer then shot. By releasing the breeding birds now, we hope that far fewer birds will go on to be shot this Winter.

We removed fence panels from the end of each pen, then walked through the pen and hearded the pheasants out, closing the pen behind us after each one so that they didn’t run back in.

It was an incredible sensation to be amongst all these birds, who were making their first flights without bashing into a net. We hope they find peace in the surrounding woods.

Animal Liberation Front,

My comment: Growing pheasants in large farms (factory farming, like any other) is only for sale to hunters at certain times. These hunters, who are mostly rich or even aristocrats, have large hunting grounds, where pheasants (and other breeding birds) are kept to be shot down.

In order to make it easy prey later and to avoid injuries due to the density in factory farming, the beak tips are tilted or the animals get grotesque masks, view barrier in front of the eyes or beak barrier.

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It is a feudal hunting practice and a very expensive business. For the breeders, for the area owner, and for the psychopaths, who pay dearly to shoot the animals.

In this case: not only animals are liberated here, but a business of about half a million Euros has certainly been destroyed.

Thanks ALF!


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My best regards, Venus