Russia:  ‘I have no sympathy for the animals…’


 ‘I have no sympathy for the animals… I feel a deep satisfaction’:

Barbarity of Russian fur farms where thousands are slaughtered to make $1m coats and blankets then left to rot in stinking corpse mountain

Further Information on Fur:

This is not related to the above, but for great anti fur campaigning, visit Respect for Animals (Nottingham England) at  







Tax This !


Dear Mark, I send you my thoughts on the results of popular vote in Turkey. My central idea is: when a people decides for its dictatorship, the whole world is stirring up, but the people do it voluntarily. If we decide for the dictatorship of the animals every day, nobody cares.

Best regards Venus


When the folk decides… Actually I am not active for human rights. I would even say: I left that to other people, they do it better, and I have full respect for them. I do not write about the result in the popular vote in Turkey because I want to comment on it politically.

I see this only as a just tighten for a people that abolish their own rights, as always have done with the animal rights. But this result has sparked great joy for me also for another reason: Turkey is finally out as an EU candidate.

A country with the worst illegality in the transport of animals in Europe, a country of brutal slaughterhouses, remains permanently out of the EU. I do not want to say that if Turkey got soaked, it would have improved. Many countries, however, with similar crimes in animal transport are nevertheless in the EU. But at least the country will not receive any subsidies from the EU.

Strangely, the new dictatorship was chosen according to the will of the people. The same thing we recently had with the democratically elected Trump. By this I will say: a people can vote for (example Turkey) or against (example UK vote) its dictatorship.

These results in Turkey have raised the following question for me: what would be the result of a popular vote in Germany for meat tax. Because mass animal farms produce so much CO2, every meat consumer has to pay tax for the environment and animals.

I guess, and I’m even betting, that about 80% of the interviewees would be against taxation, and they would practically decide further for the dictatorship of the meat barons and the misery of the animals. The animals experience a dictatorship every day according to popular decision: we have decided to torment them, kill, to slaughter, eat, bear, enslave them.

I am therefore against popular decisions, which serve as safeguards of the ruling class. And I am now glad that this people and not only the animals will experience a dictatorship. Although still with a difference: the people has decided for this, the animals have not.





The Visitor Map Is Back – And Updating !


Well you should be able to see now that we have re introduced our visitor map to the site.

We did this on 18/4/17 and we are now letting things get started.

Currently the map shows that we have had 25 visits between 18th March and April.  This is not correct as we have access to daily view figures regardless.  Figures are updating by the minute. For example, for each day of 14th, 16th and 17th April for example we have had over 120 visits on each individual day.  Sometimes we hit 250+ visits in a day – so we are currently unsure if the system is just trying to do ‘catch up’ or if these are figures for 18/4 1700 GMT onwards, which was when we re established the system.

We are going to let it do its own thing for a few days and see what happens.  We will be making any changes as necessary.  Regardless, it is nice to have our visitor map back so that we can see where all our visitors are coming from.

The map is on the left hand side below the long list of monthly archives.

If you click on the map you can see the locations and national flags of all the visitors. No names are given, just the town or city of the visitor – ‘New York’ for example.

Enjoy ! – SAV.