Day: December 24, 2020

The graves of the others

This is how we deal with animals that exist only because of us, that we have made our own, but that are therefore also entrusted to us.

When the self-created situation gets out of hand, we dig trenches and kill entire populations.

We even have our own term for it: “Culling”, says Wikipedia, “describes the precautionary killing of animals, usually to prevent the spread of animal diseases.”

China, Denmark, the Netherlands, Germany … we fed the whole world with graves.
We give kill commands everywhere.

17,000,000 animals here, 3,000,000 there, 5,000 there, and so on.

It is us, the people, who made the animals sick. And again the animals have to die for it.

Yes, you can learn to kill. Every war, every terror, proves this.

Nevertheless, we despise the massacres of people, but we consider the massacres of animals to be normal.
Because for us, animals are lower beings.

Such system structures are not normal they can be described as psychopathic. Mentally, morally, socially healthy people with decency do not need such disgusting, exploitative system structures.

But maybe this time the whole animal cruelty industry will go up in smoke.
Thanks to Corona, swine-chicken-cattle flu..and others, which come

And maybe here the circle closes in a particularly macabre way and now we ourselves are drawn into the pit of the others.
This brings us at last to the truth of what Pythagoras said: “Everything that humans do to animals comes back to humans”

The question must be, why should we in the developed western countries NOT immediately start to behave ethically correct towards animals and start a plant-based way of life?
Instead of a radical rethinking, we find ourselves again in medieval thought structures that continue to turn us into criminals.

Veganism is a promising way to save us from a coming disaster and not to be criminals against animals anymore.

As long as we slow down rapid and radical changes out of fear of the future or system conformity, we have exactly the same chances of survival that the dinosaurs had after the great meteorite impact: none at all.

We will definitely fail if we continue as before.

My best regards to all, Venus

England: A Christmas Message From Viva! – Check Out the Videos and Links.

WAV Comment: Don’t rely on government for making changes; or you sometimes wait forever; it is people power that brings about change. Be a power person and defend the animals.

Dear Mark,

 I would like to take a moment to thank you for all of your generosity this year and to wish you a safe and relaxing Christmas.

In a year which has brought us much uncertainty and loss, we have continued our fight for animals thanks to your support. Despite the challenges this year has brought, we are proud of our achievements and accomplishments. 

  • We launched our documentary, HOGWOODon Amazon Prime and racked up an impressive accolade of awards and reviews.
  • We launched 60 powerful billboards in the East Midlands and went on to launch 80 more.
  • We made waves with our 3 in 4 campaign – connecting pandemics to the exploitation of animals with our videos going viral and fantastic national coverage – and continued sharing the vegan message with Slash the Risk.
  • We went undercover on 13 factory farms – broadcasting the footage on national media with major exclusives.
  • We launched our one week vegan challenge, V7, with incredibly positive success and feedback.

You’ve been with us through it all.

A special Christmas message to wish you our sincerest thanks, from myself and everyone at Viva!.

Yours for the animals

Juliet Gellatley
Founder & Director


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A Christmas Message and Video of the Latest Rescued Bears First Christmas From Animals Asia. But for Many; Christmas Day Will be the Normal – Constant Suffering.

WAV comment:  we have just had this Christmas message, and video of the rescued bears from Jill – Animals Asia founder.  We are attaching a link below, so if you can give anything to support their rescue work this Christmas; please do.

We have tried on this site to cover some bear rescues this year; Cotton Blossom is one I especially remember; and it is great to see several of them having their first Christmas without cruelty; away form the suffering they endured in their confinement and bile extraction.  Lets wish them all a super cruelty free first Christmas; but also; remember that there are hundreds of bears out there for whom Christmas Day will be just like any other – bad food, cage confinement; no medical attention; all topped with the suffering of bile extraction.  It wants to make you continue and bring this terrible cruelty and suffering to an end – the sooner the better,

Regards Mark


I’m so thankful for you, Mark.

It truly warms my heart that despite everything the world has thrown your way this year, you’ve continued to support our work to improve the lives of Asia’s abused animals. You should feel proud.​

I want to wish you and yours a bear-y merry Christmas, on behalf of everyone here at Animals Asia, including, of course, the beautiful rescued bears whose lives you’ve filled with so much joy – 11 of whom will be celebrating their first-ever Christmas!

I know that it’ll be a Christmas unlike any other. But I hope that after such a turbulent year, you’re able to spend some time with those you care about most and can enjoy some festive cheer. 

As a small token of our appreciation, we’ve put together a special Christmas video for you.

You see, Mark, not a single one of our rescued bears was on Santa Paws’ Jill Robinson, MBE, Dr med vet hc, Hon LLD
Founder and CEO, Animals Asia

naughty list this year. Not even cheeky Sunshine who likes to give her furry friends a nudge on the bottom and quickly run away before they notice. So he paid our brave, beautiful rescued bears an early visit.

Watch as Cotton Blossom, Alice, James and more precious bears open their Christmas gifts and fill up those big round bellies with some of the most delicious festive treats… 

Once again, thank you so much. Your love and compassion for Asia’s animals have been a warming ray of sunshine in these dark and uncertain times. 

Wishing you and your family good health and so much happiness this special festive season,

Jill Robinson, MBE, Dr med vet hc, Hon LLD
Founder and CEO, Animals Asia


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