Macaca monkeys: efficient agriculture slaves


The animal “staff” is used wherever the palms are too high and the work is too uneconomical or too dangerous for humans.
For macaques closely related to rhesus monkeys, the 6-hour day is worked from 7 to 10 o’clock in the morning and from 2 to 5 o’clock in the afternoon on palm trees up to 25 meters in height.

There are no rewards. Not diligent are whipped in the old slave style.

First of all, the human being gains respect with the same means that a monkey-bob applies: with blows, strangulation on the collar, and threats.

We are talking about the modern slaves, the macaca monkeys of Thailand.

The next time you use coconut milk while cooking, look at the packaging. If they come from Thailand, the nuts were probably picked by monkeys.


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Pink, blue and green chicks are sold as toys in markets!



The trend is originally from Asia, but anyone who believes that it is just a trend from Asia is wrong. Especially at Easter the business with colorful chicks is booming in the USA and, as already written, in Europe.

If you look for colorful chicks on Twitter, you will find it in markets in Spain. In these countries, the dye is even partially injected into the not yet hatched chicken egg.

For dyeing, many of the poor animals are placed in large vats, doused with paint and then “mixed” and colored.

At the markets they are then sold and usually put to four or five in PLASTIC BAGS!

There the chicks wait without water, food or air and suffer hellish torments.


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