England: The Hogwood Farm Investigation is now On Video – Join the Team.

England: The Hogwood Farm Investigation is now On Video – Join the Team

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https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2019/08/28/england-the-hogwood-victory-truth-is-now-on-video-donate-to-support-the-campaign/

EU: Make Sure you Sign to Stop animal Cages In Europe.

EU: Make Sure you Sign to Stop animal Cages In Europe.

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https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2019/08/28/eu-make-sure-you-sign-to-stop-animal-cages-in-europe-links-below/

Venus is taking a short vacation

 

 

To all who love and read this blog,

I’m 10 days away, everyone needs a little vacation, right?
I will think of you and miss you too.
But on the 7th of September I am back and active again.

With love to all, Venus

 

Slovenia and Wallonia ban Halal slaughter

 

With a clear decision, the Slovenian Constitutional Court ended a lengthy discussion on the slaughter of animals without anesthesia, meaning the flesh “halal”, as demanded by Islam. This remains banned in Slovenia, the judges unanimously confirmed. The Muslim community has requested the review of this law.
The ban on anesthetic slaughter also comes into force in Wallonia.

No violation of religious freedom

 

The country’s supreme court argued that the constitution did not allow animals to be easily avoided for unjustifiable causes and that the law did not disproportionately affect the right to religious freedom.
The Muslim community sees this differently, arguing that the method of ritual slaughter prescribed by Islamic law, which does not provide for stunning, is an integral part of the Muslim religion – and thus also of its religious freedom.

Shedding is considered an animal torture

However, the Constitutional Court insists that the protection of animals against torture contributes to the observance of important moral principles.
A state can prohibit acts that run counter to the basic rules and moral framework of a society without unduly interfering with the right to religious freedom, said the judges, who unanimously passed their decision.

Animal welfare law: no slaughter without anesthesia

The animal protection law prohibits not only the ritual slaughter in Islam, but any kind of slaughter without anesthesia. Although this hampers access to Halal meat, it does not prevent it because Halal-standard slaughter is possible abroad, the judges argued.

 

http://www.wochenblick.at/slowenien-verfassungsgericht-verbietet-halal-schlachtung/

My comment: Josef Schuster, President of the Central Council of Jews in Germany (ZJD) has a different opinion: “The ban on the slaughter without stunning, which is now also in force in Wallonia, is another sign that religious freedom is under attack across Europe.” !!

His hope “… that the European Court will lift the ban …” will hardly be fulfilled. A ban on slaughter without stunning does not violate religious freedom, ritual slaughter is not a service of God. It is a barbaric animal cruelty!

 

At the same time we condemn without prejudice the annually thousands of “false stunning” in German slaughterhouses.

Despite decades of protests from animal rights activists and responsible citizens, these crimes continue to be practiced, even though they are unlawful under the law.

It is disappointing and shameful for President of ZJD not to understand that animals are sentient beings, our fellow creatures with the same feelings, sensitivities, sensations, needs and social structures with which cold-blooded people commit the worst crimes as if they were not animals, but machines or objects.

What is this life-despising religion that allows an archaic, gruesome, anesthetic-free slaughter of animals?

 

 

“For the animals every day is Treblinka,” said the countryman of Mr. Suster, Isaac Bashevis Singer, and not only in relation to the shafts.
The President of the Central Council of Jews should urgently recall these words of a Jew.

Best regards to all, Venus

 

The world: a cemetery

 

August 28, 2019 – 9:49 am, Greenpeace

 

Everything we see down there is dead”

If you have not seen it with your own eyes, it’s hard to imagine what the fires are doing in the Brazilian rainforest. “This is not just a forest fire, it’s a cemetery, everything we see down there is dead,” says Greenpeace activist Rosana Villar. She flew over the affected area to get an impression and she is appalled. In the video we show how the local people suffer from the fires.

 

 

The G7 wanted to support the Brazilian government with money for firefighting.

But the president, Jair Bolsonaro, does not want to accept the help. Instead, he demands that the French president apologize to him. He now had to take criticism from his governors. The regional leaders of the Amazon region fear a huge image damage, if Bolsonaro continues to do so.

“If Brazil isolates itself at the international level, it will face serious trade sanctions against our producers,” said Flavio Dino, the head of state of Maranhão. “I think we should now take care of our problems,” says Hélder Barbalho, governor of Pará.

Defense Minister: “It is not out of control”

The number of fires has now increased to 82,000, as the Brazilian space agency INPE announced. Many fires were apparently laid by farmers, who want to create more space for fields around pastures.

But because it is just as dry in the region, the flames repeatedly attack forest areas and cause great destruction.

The government has now sent the military to the Amazon region to fight the fires. About 2,500 soldiers, 15 aircraft and helicopters and ten ships are in operation, said the Ministry of Defense.

Some fires had already been pushed back. Is the situation serious? ” Yes, but it has not got out of hand, “said Defense Secretary Fernando Azevedo. Hopefully he will be right, because the dry season has just begun.

 

 

If you look at space from space, it seems that also parts of Africa are completely burning: every red dot represents a fire within the last seven days – the earth’s surface in parts of central and eastern Africa is barely recognizable.

 

 

In addition to Brazil and Africa, Indonesia is also suffering from devastating forest fires: According to the Indonesian Ministry of the Environment, 42,740 hectares of rainforest were affected by fires nationwide in the first five months of this year – even before the dry season had even begun. That is almost twice the area of the previous year.

With a total of 95 million hectares of tropical forest, Indonesia is one of the most important countries for rainforest protection.

 

https://www.wetter.de/cms/karte-der-nasa-zeigt-wo-die-welt-unbemerkt-brennt-4394095.html

 

My comment: Nobody really seems to know what kind of biblical catastrophe threatens our planet. That’s why nobody seems to care.
In contrast, every minute was recorded during the fire of Notre Dame and within days were collected over 900 million euros in donations.

Will a restored cathedral help us if we have no more air to breathe?

My best regards to all, Venus