Germany: There is no animal product which is eaten or worn which is not associated with pain and suffering.


Dear Mark,

I was visiting this shop today, where five years ago I had glued labels against fur on the price tag of fur articles.
I just wanted to know if and how much fur is still sold there.
In the women’s department I found a lot of fur. No fur coats anymore, that’s been out of fashion anyway.
But a lot of fur collar, furry parts in jackets and coats.
This shop is expensive and elegant.
How can such a department store justify selling fur?
I had this thought, when I had an expensive jacket with a fur collar in my hand. And tried to find out from which victim this came.
I found this “information” about the origin of the fur, and I photographed it, although the saleswoman was very angry.


The Label Says it All

Produced with ‘care and respect’ on European fur farms!


Have a look here on the links below at the care and respect which is shown on European fur farms.

The last video shows conditions at ‘Europe’s finest fur farm – as run by the Chairman of the European Fur Breeders – see what you think about the ‘care and respect’ undertaken.



This explanation is nothing but a shameful lie.
Like the “bio-lie” with photos of happy cows, who only spend their whole life in dirty, dark stables, but the meat mafia tells the stupid consumers that they only enjoy meadows and sun.
This company wanted to tell us that only the finest animals are used according to the European furry regulations.

Ready to die ? – A fur farm employee and one of her prisoners.



What in fact means: only the best bodies are tortured, massacred, skinned, even under the blessing of the European “animal protection” regulations, which for most animals nothing else is, but considered the lucrative and criminal rules of a crime syndicate called EU !!.

This outrageous lie about the “painless” origin of the fur, seems to me to be a defense of the fur industry.

The effect of education, the protests from the animal rights scene and the organizations is apparently so strong, that they should invent a fairy tale to calm the conscience of the furriers.
“I wear fur too, but animals don`t have to suffer”
“I eat meat, but no animal has to spend his life in hell!”


“I wear fur too, but animals don`t have to suffer”

This is the “bio-lie” which in Germany is also called “Tierwohl”.
This is how the meat mafia works, so the fur mafia works.
The worst is that there are stupid and indifferent consciences who like to believe such lies.
So that they can continue with calm conscience as an accomplice in this industry of torture and brutal exploitation.

There is no animal product which is eaten or worn which is not associated with pain and suffering.

We did it, and we made this world for the animals to hell.
Everyone has to realize this at last, and it is our task to make this reality known to all people.

my best regards




Due to concerns on animal welfare and ethics, fur farming bans are increasingly widespread. Next to that, more and more countries are phasing out fur farming or are adopting stricter regulations that cause fur farms to close down.

The first countries to ban fur farming were the United Kingdom (2000) and Austria (2004). In December 2012, the Netherlands, which is the EU’s second largest mink producer, passed a ban on fur farming and will phase-out mink production entirely by 2024.

In Croatia a fur farming ban is adopted in 2007 with a 10 year phase-out period for existing farms.

Slovenia banned fur farming in March 2013 with a three year phase-out for existing farms.


Other countries that banned fur farming are Bosnia and Herzegovina,


and the Republic of Macedonia. 

The most recent country to adopt a fur farming ban is Czech Republic (August, 2017). 

Proposed legislation to prohibit fur farming is currently being considered in Belgium, Germany and Luxembourg.

Partial bans

Before The Netherlands adopted a mink ban in 2012, fox and chinchilla fur production was already out-phased in the mid-1990s.

In 2009 Denmark introduced a similar ban including a phase-out period on fox farming. 

Hungary adopted a ban on mink, fox and raccoon dog farming in 2011 and only allows rabbit and angora farming.