We, AnimaNaturalis were in Salamanca with CAS International and witnessed the martyrdom of the little ox in the hands of would-like-to be bullfighters.
Nobody around us was complying with the security standards that were set to prevent the spread of COVID19.
Not only was it an unscrupulous show, but one that threatened public health.
We filed a complaint about these events.
The complaint demands that those responsible and organizers be punished according to the seriousness of the facts.
“The capacity of 50% was exceeded, the interpersonal distance of 1.5 meters was not respected and adequate protection measures were not used at all times.
At the same time, the regulations that regulate prevention measures for bullfighting professionals were also breached”, Gascón mentions. Allowing this type of show is not only cruel to animals but an attack on public health. “
AnimaNaturalis and CAS International have requested that the organizers and promoters of these events be penalized for having deliberately risked the health of the spectators and of all the people who have been in contact with them in the following days.
We would have loved to take these people to court for the pain and suffering of animals, but we are ashamed that this is still completely legal.
But we will not stand idly by.
And I mean…Haven’t the Spanish had more than enough death and pain in the last few months?
Not a single bull was massacred in the arenas for four months. The coronavirus paralyzed the industry.
We thought that would mean the end of the bullfight.
But the bull mafia is able to survive and upholds a “tradition” that has been evidently invented by Jitanos and during the course of the darkest time on humanity, namely the time of the Inquisition.
At least Corona has done it, and Spain’s most famous bull hunt “San Fermin” fails! for the first time since the Spanish Civil War.
Bullfighting is already heavily subsidized by the Spanish state.
The Italian animal welfare organization LAV even accuses the industry of illegally collecting money from the European Union.
This is the result of a new study by LAV Vice President Roberto Bennati.
It is about 130 million euros annually from an EU fund that is intended for the production of “high-quality meat”.
“The industry says they breed animals for meat production. In reality, they breed them for bullfighting. This is where the law is being abused.
The rules of the European Union are deceived in a fraudulent way, “he says.
Words of a murderer: “We demand justice for the bullfighting industry,” said matador Pablo Aguado.
“It should be treated in exactly the same way as all other cultural areas. This is the most important cultural festival in Spain and we want it to be treated that way”.
And we are of the opinion that animal abusers and animal killers must be punished much more severely than just losing their jobs.
My best regards to all, Venus