The ship was hired by Australasian Global Exports, based in Australia, to transport the cattle.
“Our thoughts and prayers also go with the ship’s officers, crew and other employees and their families,” said Australasian Global Exports.
Here one speaks of a tragedy and one means the 43 human persons of the occupation.
Now, after this accident, New Zealand’s Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) has announced that New Zealand will TEMPORARILY stop live cattle transports.
He’s got a problem because it’s about human victims.
If the occupation had saved themselves, neither the minister nor the press would speak of a tragedy.
As was the case with similar tragedies in the past.
We remember the ship accident with “Queen Hind”- cattle truck in Midia, with the 14,000 sheep in autumn 2019.
The same transports, over the same wrecks, are still going on, despite our protests, because: All crew members – 22 Syrian nationals – were rescued at that time!!
We notice again whose life counts.
We mourn for the animal victims of the Gulf Livestock 1.
Our sad thoughts are with the drowned animals.
There were several pregnant mothers on board who, according to the law, never had to be transported.
Soon these mothers would have a small family too, perhaps on the floating coffin of the Gulf Livestock 1, if they had to bring their babies on board in those 17 days under appalling conditions
Usually, in such cases, self the crew rescues first, but this time the Typhoon “Maysak” kept justice on board!
We are firmly convinced that if in the future a “Maysak” will more and more often decide the fate of people and animals in animal transports, animal transports will soon be abolished.
We will continue to fight the floating and moving coffins, now more than ever, and we believe that we will soon be able to do it.
My best regards to all, Venus