2020: the year the whole world went full retard

Coronavirus deaths in the Netherlands have plummeted. Still, the government has ordered the slaughter of 10,000 captive mink, the first sign of a potential US-style mass cull.


Bred in captivity for their fur, mink are subjected to some appalling conditions throughout their short lives. However, the coronavirus pandemic has introduced a new threat to the lives of these creatures.


After their handlers infected mink on Dutch farms with Covid-19 in April, and after at least two farm workers caught the disease off the mink, the Dutch government ordered 10,000 of the animals to be culled on Wednesday.

Farmworkers in protective clothing will gas the mink en masse before a disposal plant takes care of the bodies and the farms are disinfected (!!!)

In the course of the coming days, all eight affected companies should be cleared. There are still around 150 fur farms in the Netherlands.

From 2024, breeding mink is prohibited after a court decision.

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Animal rights activists say the cull should herald the end of fur farming in the Netherlands for good. The country is one of only 24 worldwide that allows mink farming.

However, it’s not just animals in the fur trade that the coronavirus threatens. In the US, sicknesses at meat processing plants forced some facilities to shut down, leaving farmers with no choice but to cull their herds.

Tens of millions of pigs, cattle, and hens have been or will be slaughtered due to the shutdowns.

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Moreover, the US recorded its first case of coronavirus in a dog last week.

The disease has been found in tigers, lions, and cats in the US, and early reports of the animal to human transmission in China sparked fears of pet euthanasia and led to hundreds of pet cats and dogs being abandoned in the city of Wuhan in February.

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In the Netherlands, coronavirus infections have closed at least three meat processing plants in recent months. While no herds have been culled yet, the idea is not an alien one to Dutch farmers.

More than 100,000 cattle in the country have been culled since 2016 as a result of EU phosphate regulations.

Hopefully, that day won’t come. Daily coronavirus deaths in the Netherlands have plunged to 15 as of Friday, down from a peak of 234 two months earlier.

A total of 210 new cases were reported on Friday, down from a high of 1,335 in early April.



And I mean…The authority speaks of the evacuation of the fur farms and the gassing of the animals. As if we were in Hitler’s time.

Has the Dutch government never heard of a release?
Even if part of the mink is run over, the rest will live in freedom.
That would be a humane solution.

But because criminal governments provide support to the mass murderers in the animal industry, the 10,000 mink have to fall a victim.

It looks like a financial bankruptcy of this branch in the Netherlands.
Hopefully, the operators commit suicide..

My best regards to all, Venus

2 thoughts on “2020: the year the whole world went full retard”

  1. The month I spent in the Netherlands revealed to me that most affluent Dutch are arrogant, bigots. They think they are the smartest, best humans on the planet and everyone else is scum. In the same way Jews think of themselves as Gods chosen race. Too bad that the whole human race is dumb as a rock. This is the beginning of the end of the human race. Good riddance, what a terrible animal! Expunge and start over Evolution, THE HUMANS FAILED TOTALLY, TRY A DIFFERENT ANIMAL. However, the survival instinct is sociopathic, and that is a mental problem that no creature can overcome to become a smart civilised society. I see no hope for the universe ever producing a advanced civil society ever.


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