Operational accident…



If you get too close to an enslaved animals, there is a high risk.
But crocodile was generous … at least the owner could keep his head!

Best regards and good night from Venus


The bleeding zone





This is the reality of a rabbit slaughterhouse in Spain.

– Rabbits are transported in containers after a stressful 12-hour trip.
– They take them to the “bleeding zone” and hang them upside down.
Terrified wait watching while others are killed right in front of them.
– And, then, it is their turn to also be HANGED, DEGOLLATED and DISPELELED for meat.

Is it only in Spain?

No! This is how it works in all totalitarian, fascist systems, as well as the system of human animals, which they have constructed against all other animal species.

This fascist system of the stronger race enables us per se to practice the worst torture, injustice and exploitation of other animal species, with the only justification not to belong to the same species.

Every totalitarian system has perpetrators and victims.
We are on the side of the victims.


My best regards to all, Venus


EU and USA: death blow on Mako sharks


Commentary by Peter Hammarstedt (Sweden) – captain of Sea Shepherd



Europe kills the fastest shark in the world, while African countries struggle to save the shark from extinction.



Last week, Senegal and Canada submitted an application to the International Atlantic Tuna Conservation Commission (ICCAT) for strict guidelines to protect the shortfin maco after a 2017 study showed that the world’s fastest shark species, itself if the catch rate was zero, there would only be a fifty percent chance of recovering.

Gabon, The Gambia and Liberia supported the application, which provides for a ban on carrying short-fin makos on board, even if they were “accidentally” killed.

The three African coastal states conduct patrols at sea together with Sea Shepherd.


dead mako sharks in Liberian waters


The participants in the convention of the Washington Convention on the Protection of Species had previously voted for a trade ban on short-fin mako products.

To our horror, despite the efforts made by the African bloc, the application was smashed by the European Union and the United States.

These made a weakened countermotion, which contradicted the best scientific recommendations.Unfortunately, this is not surprising since European fishing vessels are largely responsible for catching shortfin macos.


The failure of the application is devastating, but it gives me hope to see how our African partner countries play a pioneering role in the question of better shark protection measures.

I am proud of Gabon, The Gambia and Liberia, who are fighting for the shortfin mako, and I trust that in future African coastal states will increasingly work for shark protection at international gatherings and conferences.

In addition, although the country is the largest market for shark fins, China has voted for measures to protect the short fin maco.

Sea Shepherd thanks the Gambia, Gabon and Liberia and the other 13 supporters of Senegal’s application for their strong commitment to nature conservation at the ICCAT meeting.



Up to 11,000 sharks are killed by humans every hour. Shark populations have decreased by 90% in the past century and a quarter of all shark species are threatened with extinction.
The supporters of Senegal’s application understood the urgency of shark protection and the importance of better protection measures for the heavily exploited shortfin mako.


My comment: “In their 400 million year evolution, the Mako sharks became the perfect hunter and even survived the dinosaurs, ”said marine biologist Ralf Sonntag for the International Animal Welfare Fund (IFAW).

And now they were brought to the brink of extinction by humans because of a shit soup!

The Mako shark is also known as the “cheetah of the oceans”. It can reach a speed of 69 km per hour. It is the fastest shark in the world.
Unlike other fish, sharks breed only slowly. Females only reach sexual maturity from the age of 18 and only have a few cubs every few years.

Spain is the main exporter of Mako sharks. European, especially Spanish and Portuguese, fishing vessels are responsible for 65% of the reported shortfin mako catches between January and June 2018.

The sharks are on the Red List of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) as highly endangered!

The human animal should be on the red list as the most dangerous animal in the world.

I had invested high hopes on the Corona Virus that he would kill some millions of us, humans. So that the animal and natural world can recover a little.
But obviously he’s a weakling.



My best regards to all, Venus


Alaska (USA): Breaking News – Alaska Airlines to Stop Sponsoring Iditarod Dog Race After 40 Years.

See all the pictures and videos here:



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Following years of pressure from PETA and just days before the 2020 Iditarod begins, Alaska Airlines has confirmed that this will be the last year it sponsors the deadly race.

The company had been supporting the race—which forces dogs to run about 1,000 miles through Alaska’s rugged terrain and extreme temperatures—for at least 40 years.

This victory follows PETA’s behind-the-scenes meetings with officials, pressure on social media, protests outside the airline’s headquarters, and e-mails from nearly 100,000 of our members and supporters like you.


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Now, urge Chrysler and the remaining sponsors to follow Alaska Airline’s lead and cut ties with the deadly race.

https://support.peta.org/page/1058/action/1?utm_source=PETA::E-Mail&utm_medium=Alert&utm_campaign=0320::ent::PETA::E-Mail::Victory%20Alaska%20Airlines%20to%20End%20Longtime%20Iditarod%20Sponsorship::::aa%20em&ea.url.id=405599&forwarded=trueHuge news!

Urge Chrysler and Others to Stop Sponsoring the Cruel, Deadly Iditarod

Dogs in the Iditarod are forced to run approximately 1,000 miles in under two weeks. On average, they must run 100 miles a day, with only a few brief periods of rest. They’re subjected to biting winds, blinding snowstorms, and subzero temperatures. Many pull muscles, incur stress fractures, or are afflicted with diarrhea, dehydration, intestinal viruses, or pneumonia.

During the 2019 Iditarod, more than 230 dogs were pulled off the trail—likely because of exhaustion, illness, or injury. Just one day after crossing the finish line, Oshi died from aspiration pneumonia—probably from inhaling her own vomit, which is the leading cause of death for dogs who don’t survive the race.

In late 2018 and early 2019, a PETA eyewitness worked at two dog kennels owned by former Iditarod champions and found widespread neglect and suffering. Dogs were denied veterinary care for painful injuries, kept constantly chained next to dilapidated boxes and plastic barrels in the bitter cold and biting wind, and forced to run even when they were exhausted and dehydrated.

Please send e-mails to the following executives urging them to end their support of the Iditarod:

  • GCI CEO Ronald Duncan at rduncan@gci.com

  • Matson CEO Matthew J. Cox at mcox@matson.com


Then, use the form below to ask Chrysler and Donlin Gold and its parent companies—Barrick Gold Corporation and NOVAGOLD Resources, Inc.—to sever their ties with this abusive race, in which dogs are run to their deaths.