Category: Farm Animals

the bio-lie

 

The bio- lie is invented by the meat and milk mafia. To calm the conscience of the population.
It is created for those  who are afraid to look at pictures.

It is for those who avoid responsibility and action against animal crime.

The meat mafia knows it and systematically tries to develop distraction strategies.
One of these is the bio-lie.
There is nowhere human slavery, so there is nowhere humane animal farms.
There is nowhere a human murder, so there is nowhere humane slaughter.
Eating meat is murder.
Eating animal products is murder.
This machine of death needs helpers, these are the carnivores.
Do not join.

Best regards, Venus

Essex, UK: The suffering of turkeys in an award-winning turkey farm!

 

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The organization Animal Equality has published on 16.01.2019 a video.
It shows how the meat mafia works: with lies and deceit for the meat consumers, and with torture and suffering for the animals.

Consumers are cheated that they have animals from animal-friendly attitude on their plate, and pay accordingly expensive.
But the turkeys are kept and maltreated like the other turkeys of a non-award winning farm next door.

Eating animals is not just a crime against animals.
It is also politically wrong.
Because so cooperates the carnivore with a fascist system that uses animals as claves and consumers as useful idiots.

(It follows the translation of the video, the video is without sound):

This award winning company in Essex, UK advertises large, airy stables.
In fact, the turkeys live to a thousand, in crowded halls.

The only employment material for the animals in this barren environment is this old chair. Boredom causes the curious and the intelligent birds to pick each other.

Therefore as a precaution they are cut off sensitive beaks.

But! This painful procedure does not prevent the animals from developing aggression in such an un-natural environment.

The wounds become easily infected and usually remain untreated.

Hidden cameras show how this turkey is picked again and again for 15 hours by its conspecifics.

Lack of control by the workers means lasting pain and certain death for them. Some birds are even eaten alive by conspecifics.

The floors are littered by the bodies of those who have not survived.

The workers just let them lie between the living.

Some were eaten to the bone..

These birds had to stay in a van all night. That’s how they spent the last hours before they died.

Their lives end up like the lives of these birds from another farm nearby.

Without checking that the turkeys are dead, their bodies are torn apart.

The End.

Best regards, Venus

 

There is no ethical murder!

 

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These images are from the slaughterhouse of Moudon in the canton of Vaud, Switzerland. In this local slaughterhouse, the body parts of the slaughtered animals are supplied to companies like “HappyMeat” who claim that it is an ethical solution for consumers.

However, behind this facade hides a reality they would rather keep a secret: scared, struggling animals who try to escape, who have a will to live and want to avoid death. Even though the Swiss legislation on animal welfare is respected, the killing of individuals who have a will to live is unjustifiable.

There is no ethical murder.

Credit: https://swiss-slaughterhouses.ch

Best regards, Venus

 

 

 

 

England: Positive News for Badgers – The National Trust Will NOT Allow Culling On Its Land.

 

England

 

Learn a great deal more about the Badger cull in England by reading the following link data:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Badger_culling_in_the_United_Kingdom

 

Badger cull: Blaming wildlife while neglecting cheap farming improvements ‘severely hampering’ bovine TB fight, review finds:

https://www.independent.co.uk/environment/badger-cull-bovine-tuberculosis-tb-cow-cattle-farm-defra-bacteria-a8630511.html 

 

Finally; a positive move for Badgers who are supported on the whole by the British public; but who are unfortunately culled at present due to misinformed government and advisors.

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The National Trust says it will NOT bow to pressure from the industry and allow badger culling to take place on its land as part of government efforts to eradicate TB.

In a statement, a National Trust spokesman said: “As a major landowner with many farming tenants, we understand how devastating an outbreak of bovine TB can be.

“That’s why it’s important for us to play our part in tackling this disease by finding a practical solution to prevent its spread among badgers, between cattle and badgers and among cattle.

“Given the evidence currently available, we don’t believe that the widespread culling of a protected species is the right approach to managing bovine TB.”

 

Read more on this story at:

https://www.fwi.co.uk/livestock/health-welfare/livestock-diseases/bovine-tb/national-trust-blocks-badger-cull-request-and-favours-vaccination

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Scotland (UK): January 2019 News from ‘Onekind’.

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https://www.onekind.scot/

Dear Mark,

We’re very pleased to let you know that the Scottish Government has announced a series of animal welfare commitments this week. The Minister for Rural Affairs and the Natural Environment, Mairi Gougen MSP revealed the Scottish Government will be introducing CCTV in abattoirs, strengthening the fox hunting ban, and increasing the maximum sentences for cruelty to animals. Other commitments include legislation to regulate animal sanctuaries and re-homing centres, and licensing dog, cat and rabbit breeding.

In her opening statement, Mairi Gougen MSP commended groups like OneKind for their hard work stating that she was “heartened and impressed by their commitment.” You can watch the full statement here.

 

CCTV in Slaughterhouses

Following our campaigning, we’re thrilled that the Scottish Government has committed to introducing compulsory video recording in all relevant areas of slaughterhouses in Scotland. We launched our campaign for mandatory CCTV in slaughterhouses in 2016 and worked closely with Animal Aid on it. We presented a 10,000-signature petition to the Scottish Government, held a briefing event for MSPs, and our supporters responded to the government’s consultation on the issue .  This is a fantastic move, and we’d like to thank everyone who supported us on this campaign. We couldn’t have done it without you all!

 

Fox Hunting

Significantly on the issue of fox hunting, the Scottish Government will reduce the maximum number of dogs that can be used to flush a wild mammal towards a gun for shooting to two, and intends to discourage trail hunting, which is used in England as a pretext for hunting foxes.

The Scottish Government intends to implement the recommendations made by Lord Bonomy in his review of the Protection of Wild Mammals (Scotland) Act 2002. These include improved definitions of hunting, removal of the word “deliberately” from the main offence, tightening up on the drafting of exceptions and reversing the burden of proof so that an individual is required to show that an exception applies.

Speaking on the announcement, OneKind’s Director Bob Elliot said:

“At first sight we welcome the reduction of the number of dogs permitted for flushing to two, but obviously we remain concerned at the proposal to license greater numbers in some cases. There will be no gain for animal welfare if this provides a new loophole for fox hunts to exploit, although we entirely accept the Minister’s intention is to prevent this happening.

“The changes will make the legislation more effective and enforceable, but ultimately we support a full ban on all use of dogs to chase and kill sentient wild mammals. We continue look forward to the proposed Member’s Bill expected from Scottish Green MSP, Alison Johnstone, and very much welcome the Minister’s acknowledgment of those proposals.”

 

Animal Welfare Commission

We’ve been pressing for the establishment of an Animal Welfare Commission for Scotland to provide expert advice on the welfare of domesticate and wild animals in Scotland, so we’re delighted that it has been announced by the Scottish Government. We expect the commission, which will be the first in the UK, to be founded on the recognition that animals are sentient beings and therefore there is a duty on the government and its agencies to pay full regard to their welfare.

Overall, we’re delighted by the commitments but of course there’s more that we want to call for. We’ll be looking for an outright ban on fox hunting and a full ban on the use of snares. We’ll also be calling for regulating on the use of animals in displays, like reindeer at Christmas, and pushing for a ban on mountain hare culling and continue to fight the welfare issues concerning the intensive farming of salmon .

Yours,

Sarah