We operate a mass animal hell.


Each year, millions of live farmed non-human animals are transported thousands of miles for slaughter—or to places where they will be fattened for slaughter. Live export, defined as “the commercial transport of livestock across national borders,” is still a widespread global occurrence, with around 3 million non-human animals shipped each year from Australia alone.

Every year 416 million animals are transported within Europe or across borders to third countries.

The individuals that are shipped, usually cows, sheep, and pigs, face cramped and overcrowded spaces, extreme temperatures, and exhaustion and dehydration due to lack of food and water.


Secretly taken pictures also show lambs born on board. They lie on the feces-covered floor of the ship. Such births at sea are actually prohibited by law.
But animals are considered as things.

Furthermore, with no room to move, they often become drenched in their own and other individuals’ excrement. It’s estimated that more than 100,000 litres of urine and faeces accumulate on a typical live-export ship every day.


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Many of those who face this fate do not reach their final destination and instead die in transport. High levels of ammonia, due to the build-up of urine, cause the air to become toxic, choking and burning those on board.

In low temperatures, the container becomes like a freezer, and in higher temperatures, like an oven.

Live exports exist because we consider animals not as individuals but as things.

We must stop evaluating animals as our slaves.
We do not practice mass animal husbandry.
We operate a mass animal hell.

“Wherever we humans take the right,
to sacrifice an animal for our purposes,
We commit not only a wrong, but a crime”.
Karlheinz Deschner (German religion critics)


My best regards to all, Venus


Romanian Sheep Exports – Kuwait Arrival Now Dealayed to 2/8/19. Almost 2 Weeks Later the Scheduled.

Romanian Sheep shipping news – 20/7/19.

Date – 20/7/19 – 10-25hrs GMT


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According to all the information over the past week, the Al Shuwaikh which has been sailing from Romania to Kuwait with 70,000 live sheep, should have arrived at its destination in the early hours of this morning.

Instead, from information we have obtained, the vessel is still only just half way down the Red Sea; and now the expected arrival date (ETA) has changed to 2/8/19; which is nearly another 2 weeks away !


We are trying to find out if this vessel has had any issues which have delayed it (it is well known for past problems at sea); and we will publish these if we find out.#

God knows what the conditions are like on board for the animals; now that the journey appears to be destined to take more than twice its scheduled sailing time.

Obviously the Romanian government does not care about the suffering of animals; as it ignored the requests from the EU and other authorities to stop the sailing before it even commenced. This is Romania, an EU member state which does not comply with EU legislation, and which certainly does not give a toss about the suffering of animals; as we have seen for years regarding their approach to stray dog control.


This sailing is just one of many that are carrying livestock all over the world by sea. We wanted to follow this, giving you reports each day so that you can get a feel for the suffering the animals on board will be suffering. Now it appears that these poor Romanian sheep have over another week at sea before they reach their destination in Kuwait; only then to be greeted by ritual slaughter under the name of Eid.


Red Sea temperatures on 20/7 are between 38 and 43 degrees.

In Kuwait port today the temperature is 40 degrees.

EU Regulations (1/2005) for animals in transport, say that animals must not be transported in temperatures above 30 degrees.









the “most dangerous” animal

Who is the “most dangerous animal”?
While the child lay unconscious on the ground, Jambo sat near him to protect him from other curious gorillas, this happened in 1986!
The gorilla died in 1992 at the age of 32 years of a burst artery.



Binti-Jua, the gorilla lady, was on hand in 1996 when a three-year-old climbed over the barrier and fell more than five meters. She took the unconscious boy in her arms and lovingly cared for the child, while the passers-by watched in disbelief.

Binti-Jua protected the little boy until finally the paramedics arrived. Then she carried him cautiously to the front door of the enclosure and laid it tenderly.

And in May 2016, another kid in the zoo the US city Cincinnati fell into a gorilla enclosure. This time, the gorilla Harabe was not so lucky, he was shot in the rescue attempt.
Therefore, one wants to take their livelihood from the last remaining gorillas in the Congo?

Who is really the “most dangerous animal” now?




And I mean…Three identical events, but two different reactions from the side of the human animal.

The third time in May 2016 (I remember the case) Silverback male Harambe reached for the child and was shot ten minutes later by the most dangerous and cruel animal in the world, the human.

With the right of the stronger. The fundamental fascist right of man to other animals.

Best regards, Venus