Croatia: Incompetent Idiots – This Is How EU Member States Treat Their Animals.


Animals at the port of Rasa, Croatia – an EU member state since July 2013.

From the video it is obvious that the people involved in handling the animals are complete and utter incompetents – how so often we are witnessing this now – representatives of the EU and its alleged ‘high animal welfare standards’ !

The careless use of electric goads, tail twisting and abuse to get animals to move –  all signs of incompetents who do not have a clue about handling animals.

And then one escapes and takes a tour of the port; pathetic incompetence regarding ensuring that all access routes / gates are secured.  What a joke to have to witness the efforts of idiots to try and bring the animal back under control and to get it back loaded onto the ship.

The sad part about all this is that once they reach Turkey; no doubt more clowns will be responsible for the unloading; and the eventual ritual slaughter of the poor creatures.

EU  Pathetic Incompetents – From the very top down.





Croatia joined the EU in July 2013.

Watch the video above to see the high standards of animal welfare within Croatia – EU member state !

To really put the icing on the cake; we have also had today contact from the EU telling us how wonderful everything is regarding animal welfare.

Here is their message:

Animal welfare: the Commission adopts a report on the impact of animal welfare international activities

Today the Commission has adopted a report on the impact of animal welfare international activities on the competitiveness of European livestock producers in a globalised world. The report reviews the main international activities carried out by the Commission in the last decade and evaluates their outcomes in promoting animal welfare standards globally as well as in contributing to ensure a level playing field between EU and non-EU operators.

Animal welfare international activities are a long-term investment, based on awareness raising, capacity building and funding. The report highlights that the Commission, together with the Member States, has played a prominent and decisive role in raising global awareness on animal welfare, leading to significant results both at bilateral and multilateral level. The issue of animal welfare is now included in the dialogue with non-EU countries, inspiring a number of voluntary initiatives in this area. The document also stresses that the global promotion of EU standards on animal welfare contributes to the long term objective to improve animal welfare in the world and reduce unfair trading practices, by valorising the added market value of products obtained under such standards.

The Commission’s report and related preparatory study are available on our Animal Welfare – International Issues webpage


Croatian MEP List:


We have today (26/1) sent a copy of the above video to ALL Croatian MEP’s.

We await their responses – if they bother – to see what exactly they have to say about animal welfare in the country of the EU which they represent.





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