USA: Cats baited with fish hooks deserve justice.

USA: Cats baited with fish hooks deserve justice.

To sign the petition and read more – go to:

https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2019/04/12/usa-petition-cats-baited-with-fish-hooks-deserve-justice-please-sign/

Ukraine: Naturewatch (UK) train police to fight animal abuse.

Ukraine: Naturewatch (UK) train police to fight animal abuse.

Read more and see pictures at:

https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2019/04/12/ukraine-naturewatch-england-brings-training-to-ukrainian-police-to-fight-animal-abuse/

England: Royal baby to be Vegan ?

England: Royal baby to be Vegan ?

Read more at:

https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2019/04/12/england-royal-baby-to-be-vegan/

Trump – Wikileaks is not my deal.

Trump – Wikileaks is not my deal.

Strange; he talked about it so much when he was campaigning. Memory loss ?

See the videos at:

https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2019/04/11/trump-wikileaks-is-not-my-deal-in-life/

 

 

 

AIDS research: the senseless suffering of the monkeys

“Among people”: A film by Christian Rost and Claus Strigel

 

At the far end of Austria near the czech boarder one of the most special places on earth can be found. At this focal point the moral challenges of our civilisation collide: guilt, responsibility and compensation. In an abandoned safari park, hermetically sealed off from the rest of the world live these fourty chimpanzees formerly used in pharmaceutical experiments. Infected with HIV and hepatitis viruses. Traumatized, deranged and highly aggressive.

They hate humans and have every reason to. Their guards are the same ones they already looked after in the lab. They have become emotionally close to them and become fellow prisoners. Now they accompany the primates in their first steps into a new life.

Today they manage the unique rehabilitation project, aiming to get the chimps out of their lifelong isolation into species appropriate groups.

The fight against AIDS is a billion dollar market. The development of “new” agents at the expense of the animals does not help the patient. For biotech and pharmaceutical companies, the business is highly profitable. Investors earn money.

Thailand: Baby elephants rescued from deep muddy pit.

Thailand: Baby elephants rescued from deep muddy pit.

It took over 5 hours to get them all free.

Watch the video at :

https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2019/04/11/thailand-national-park-rangers-in-thailand-rescue-stranded-baby-elephants-from-deep-muddy-pit/

 

 

Germany: crime continues in slaughterhouses

 

This slaughterhouse in the district (Lower Saxony) has systematically slaughtered sick, severely injured animals and, under unlawful circumstances, already delivered dead animals. Completely destroyed dairy cows were dragged with rope winches into the animal transporters with the full consciousness of slaughterhouse employees.
On the farms, the old dairy cows, who could no longer walk, were dragged by cable winch into the vans – the animals had to suffer incredible pain here.

The images are from the period March and April 2019.

 

The German dairy industry produces tens of thousands of so-called “downers” every year. The turbo cows have an expiry date and after 5 years these animals are ready. They can barely stand, collapse or eat anything.

These animals had to be redeemed. Since both the emergency slaughter and the skinner cost money, one becomes “creative” and transports the animals across Germany to the only insiders known slaughterhouses.

SOKO Animal Protection has filed criminal charges against the parties and cooperates with the authorities. But the authorities are also part of the problem, because on 16 days of hidden camera use no inspector could be seen. The controls are gladly registered and one is with the supervisors “by you”.

 

Friedrich Mülln (SOKO Organisation) says about this documented scene:

“One of the worst scenes I have ever seen.
With the full power of the rope and over the exhausted body, the rope cuts into the eye of the cow. For minutes.
The farmer says: This is economy.
Everything for the milk ..”.

How can such a thing happen … in our modern Germany ..asks the one, who always says:
I also eat little meat, but …
I am also against factory farming, but …
I’m really animal loving, but …

They originate primarily from the “good people”.

There is only one being who has the right to judge about animal crime: a being of great wisdom, foresight and infallibility. A being full of justice and kindness: Man himself!

Who will be  responsible for this crime? The politics, the veterinarians, the farmers, the animal transport companies, the slaughterhouses, the food industry or the consumers?  Who of those..all, one or none?

For more…at: https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2019/04/13/germany-crime-continues-in-slaughterhouses/

My best regards, Venus