Day: June 2, 2020

We do not owe animals pity, but justice!

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The deliberate transformation of a living being into a bundle of suffering and silent despair is a crime – what else should be a crime?

No animal ever tortures only to torture, but man does, and this makes the human species a malformation of evolution.

Fight for animal rights, they have only us.

Regards and good night from Venus

Austria: great aktion against meat consumption

Austria: Association against animal factories (VGT)


Experts worldwide warn of the danger of animal use as one of the greatest risk factors for the development of new, dangerous diseases.

Activists protested in front of meat counters against animal use and meat production.

Balluch Aktion jpgText: “Your factory farming leads to pandemics
or DIE”

Animal welfare activists protested in front of meat counters against animal use and meat production as a breeding ground for new diseases.

balluch 2“Meat kills”


Experts worldwide, like the VGT (Association against animal factories), warn of the danger of animal use as one of the biggest risk factors for the development of new, dangerous diseases.
Habitat loss and hunting of wild animals, as well as intensive animal husbandry, are ideal breeding grounds and sites for new pathogens.

Balluch mit plakatDr.Dr. Martin Balluch (founder of the association) at the action


Corona in slaughterhouses

Not only the wildlife markets suspected of origin have to be criticized. The corona outbreaks in numerous US and German slaughterhouses show how quickly dangerous germs can also spread in this system. The exploitation of the animals meets there with mostly poor working conditions for the staff – a combination that causes maximum damage.

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“Worldwide, not only animal rights activists but also medical doctors and other experts are now calling for a rethinking of the animal use system. We cannot ignore this risk as a human being,” said VGT activist Lena Remich.

“With this campaign we want to draw your attention to the fact that we not only have to look at the wild animal markets, but also that we have to change something directly in our company. Animal production, intensive animal husbandry, slaughter, meat consumption – something has to change here!”


And I mean… I quote a comment that just shows that we deserve a second corona:

“It has nothing to do with animal welfare, nothing with veganism, nothing with ecology or sustainability. It is simply a dangerous form of actionism that we cannot tolerate. No matter in which area.
A limit was crossed here”.

The border has long been crossed in all slaughterhouses around the world.
Of unscrupulous meat producers, farm owners, and their lobbyists in government posts who use our money to conduct criminal and (often) illegal business with the “livestock” animals.
No slogan in the world can be hard enough to describe this hell.

Such apolitical and indifferent idiots are the feed of this fascist system.

We would like to thank the activists for their great action!

My best regards to all, Venus

Alpaca: “Fleece of the gods” with the torture of animals

A disturbing, first-of-its-kind PETA undercover investigation reveals that workers hit, kicked, tied down, and mutilated pregnant, crying alpacas in Peru, the world’s top alpaca producer.

This groundbreaking footage highlights just some of the abuse documented at Mallkini, the world’s largest privately-owned alpaca farm, near Muñani, Peru.

Mallkini is owned by the Michell Group, the world’s largest exporter of alpaca tops and yarn.

Terrified of being pinned down and totally defenseless, they cried out, spit, and vomited in fear as workers grabbed them by the ears.

Alpaca-screenshotWorkers tied them tightly by the legs into a restraining device reminiscent of a medieval torture rack and pulled hard, nearly wrenching their legs out of their sockets.


When the workers stitched them up, most were never even given a topical numbing spray, which would have been inadequate anyway for gaping wounds.

According to one veterinarian, “The workers are inflicting excruciating pain and torture by sewing up wounds on fully conscious restrained animals without proper pain control”.

_Alpaca-with-wounds_jpgShorn alpacas bled from the torso and hips.


Afterward, the workers threw them onto the concrete floor and even stood on their necks.
Some alpacas froze for several minutes, apparently exhausted after their ordeal.

Alpacas--0-36-screenshotThey slammed pregnant alpacas onto tables.


Mallkini workers pulled alpacas up off the floor by the tail and yanked them around. According to one veterinary expert who reviewed the footage, such “excessive force applied to the bones, joints, and soft tissues in the area” would cause dislocations, fractures, and severe permanent nerve damage.

alpaca blutend jpgShearers worked quickly and carelessly, leaving the animals bleeding from deep, painful wounds. This alpaca bled from the mouth


After talks with PETA, ESPRIT will now phase out alpaca. And as a first step, Gap Inc. (which owns Banana Republic, Athleta, and more) and the H&M group (including its eight brands) have cut ties with Michell, which had supplied them with alpaca.

Please, see for yourself, and join us in helping these animals.

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And I mean… Michell claims that shearing causes alpacas “no harm”!!
On the video, however, serious cruelty to animals is confirmed.
Every industrialization of animals and their products is associated with slavery, torture, and exploitation.

On the Michell Group website, we read following hypocritical information, which serves to preserve this murderous business:

“At Michell, we are the pioneer and leading company in the field of transforming this noble fiber into luxurious yarns, working harmoniously with nature, the environment, and with the utmost respect for the local population.

Our ranch named Mallkini, has the goal of improving Alpaca breeding, improving the herds and animal live, training local breeders, and contributing to the sustainable development of the communities in the Puno region”.

Of course, the company always sells the argument that the business with wool is most important for people living in the heights of South America, especially near the Andes. “We help people who are really poor and live without heath … just to maintain their alpacas and their families”.

To support the human species, we should forgive every crime against animals.
Is it ethical?

If the Michell Groupe wanted to ensure the survival of the Puno people with organ trafficking of human animals, we would call it crimes against humanity.

Those who have rights are respected.
Those who have no rights are despised.

My best regards to all, Venus