London – Animal rights activists turn Trafalgar Square’s fountains blood red and claim coronavirus could have been averted if humans stopped eating meat

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WAV Comment – the Conservatives who are supposed to be led by Boris Johnson and have a large majority in parliament which can vote through legislation; have routinely failed in their protection of animals.  They have done nothing to stop Badger killings; have done nothing to stop live exports, despite their own CAWG harping on about how terrible it is, but again not doing anything about it;  and they have done nothing to stop trophy hunting and more.  From all this it can be deduced that the Conservatives and Mr Johnson are all talk and in reality; NO action.  People dont forget.

 

Animal rights activists turn Trafalgar Square’s fountains blood red and claim coronavirus could have been averted if humans stopped eating meat – as police arrest two for criminal damage

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8512859/Trafalgar-Square-fountains-turn-blood-red-Animal-Rebellion-activists-pour-dye.html

 

All photos via Daily Mail newspaper.

 

The waters of Trafalgar Square's fountains have been dyed red by activists who are claiming the coronavirus crisis could have been prevented by going vegan

 

 

  • Animal Rebellion dyed waters of Trafalgar Square’s fountains red today
  • Protesters claim coronavirus crisis could have been prevented by going vegan
  • Activists are demanding end to ‘climate-destructive and exploitative industries

 

Two activists have been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage after the waters of Trafalgar Square’s fountains were dyed blood red.

Animal Rebellion are claiming the coronavirus crisis was caused by eating meat and the activists called for an end to ‘climate-destructive and exploitative industries’ which they claim caused the pandemic.

 

Demonstrators held placards reading 'the government has blood on their hands' as they waded knee-high into the red waters today

 

Demonstrators held placards reading ‘the government has blood on their hands’ as they waded knee-high into the red waters today.

Photographs show a female activist standing knee high in the red water wearing a face mask and holding a pink placard.

She was then approached by Metropolitan Police officers who talked her out of the fountains before escorting her away.

London Metropolitan Police said: ‘Two people have been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage following an incident at the fountains in Trafalgar Square earlier today.

‘They remain in custody. ‘

Animal Rebellion tweeted: ‘Animal Rebellion have now dyed the Trafalgar Square fountains red, symbolising the blood that is on the hands of the UK Government

‘We are here today to demand that the government prevent future pandemics by ending animal farming and transitioning to a plant-based food system.  

‘This crisis could have been prevented.

 

London Metropolitan Police have said two activists were arrested on suspicion of criminal damage Animal Rebellion  the Government has 'blood on their hands'

 

The science tells us that 3 out of every 4 new infectious diseases originate from animals.

‘The UK Government must protect the people, not support climate-destructive and exploitative industries’.

Stephanie Zupan, a representative of Animal Rebellion said: ‘The Government must now begin a transition towards a plant-based food system, or risk future zoonotic pandemics of catastrophic proportions.’

Animal Rebellion said the action was coordinated with protests in 20 cities, including Bristol, Brighton and New York.

Kieran Blyth, another representative for the group, said: ‘These unsatisfactory and dangerous measures will only increase the risk of future pandemics.

‘The Government are playing with the potential of tens of thousands more deaths.’

 

Photographs show a female activist standing knee high in the red water wearing a face mask and holding a pink placard

An Animal Rebellion protester stands in the fountains at Trafalgar Square in London this afternoon

Protesters holding signs gather around Nelson's Column in Trafalgar Square today to protest against animal farming

An animal rights and environmental activist holds a sign inside a fountain whose water was turned red after protesters poured coloured dye into the clear water

People relax around the fountain by Nelson's Column in Trafalgar Square, London, this afternoon

 

 

 

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