England: Saving Seals – By Mark.



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Saving Seals by Mark.

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The Corona show goes on and on …


The dream of a few is to accumulate so much power that they can rule and exploit the rest of humanity.
For this purpose, an epidemic is very welcome.

Because according to the will of leading billionaires and heads of government, it can be extended for years.

Merkel said: “The pandemic will not go away until we really have a vaccine.
Even if the numbers get a day better, it won’t go away (the pandemic) until we really have a vaccine that we can use to immunize the population. “

And so the continuation of the “epidemic dictatorship” becomes a necessity!

It goes without saying that vaccination itself is of no use because the virus will soon mutate. That’s why Gates and Merkel prefer to rely on the second wave. It shouldn’t slow down the resounding success of the pharmaceutical industry.

The entire “banana republic” is now desperately waiting for the second, third and fourth wave of COVID-19 disease.

Nice that Merkel has already understood it. Then we still need 80 million vaccinations.

So another 2-3 years!

Regards and a good night from Venus


Austria: nobody needs the horse carriages anymore


While the animal rights activists in Chicago can celebrate a success for the 🐎horses, the carriages drivers in Vienna are currently even being supported with tax money 💔.

The big city in the USA is no longer extending the concession of the carriage companies at the end of the year. 🎉 This will allow a gradual exit until 2021 and the horses no longer have to pull carriages on the stressful 🚌roads with ❄wind, weather and 🌡heat.

Vienna, on the other hand, sets a completely wrong goal and also promotes continued existence in the city center instead of putting the tax money into improvements for the animals.

Right now there would be a chance to finally banish this outdated tradition, which is associated with a lot of animal suffering, from the city center or to let it run completely, as many cities have already shown us. We want a better life for the carriages horses in Vienna❗ Support us now 📝 http://www.vier-pfoten.at/fiaker


We therefore ask together with FOUR PAWS:

-Enough shade places for hot days
-Adequate supply of water & roughage
-A limit on working hours & annual health checks
-At least on the non-working days, free movement in the paddock with fellow species
-Fiaker rides ONLY in green areas


Petition: https://help.four-paws.org/de-DE/wiener-fiakerpferde-raus-aus-der-innenstadt


For more…at: https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2020/05/14/austria-nobody-needs-the-horse-carriages-anymore/


And I mean…Horses, which are actually escape and herd animals, have to make their rounds in the middle of big cities under noise and exhaust gases on hard asphalt or cobblestones.

In Vienna specifically  and according to the Fiaker Law, working hours (with arrival and departure) may be 14 hours per working day.

The drivers do not feed the animals in the city, but only in the barn at night. Horses need continuous access to roughage, everything else is cruelty to animals.

There are taxis, bikes, buses, trams, subways, S-Bahn trains, our own feet … Why does a tourist have to explore the city on a horse carriage? The horses stand around all day long – would the driver be able to endure this? Motionless and forced?

A coachman’s statement in an undercover video of Four Paws:
“The horse must also earn its feed, otherwise we will make liver cheese out of it. There is no other alternative. Either way. The truth is brutal.”

Primitive animal exploiters have no right to use the word “truth” in their mouth.

Because the truth is that no one needs horse carriages more, only the ones who with the suffering of the horses are making money.

My best regards to all, Venus


England: Great News – Intensive Pig Facility Planning Application Has Been REJECTED !

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Some good news for once which has just been sent to us.

Remember the petition link that we had about submitting objections to an intensive pig farm in Lincoln, England:


Well the news just supplied to us is that the planning application for this facility has now been REJECTED !

Peta tell us:

We won! Following a massive public outcry, along with a 25,000-strong PETA petition (including your signature), an application for a cruel factory farm near Harmston, Lincolnshire, has been rejected

Mark, thank you for helping to spare nearly 2,000 pigs at a time the horrors of an intensive farm.

As the good news from Lincolnshire came during the COVID-19 outbreak, let’s remember that eating animal flesh hurts us all. Pathogens like the ones behind COVID-19, SARS, bird flu, and swine flu flourish on filthy factory farms, at bloody abattoirs, and at meat markets.

Join PETA in urging the World Health Organization to call for an end to live-animal meat markets: Sign it here and watch the video:


Thank you to everyone who supported our request to get this planning application shut down. Your voices have been heard – over 25,000 of you.

Good news for pigs, and good news that another potential intensive farming site has bitten the dust.

Regards Mark


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Animal abuse for stupid tourists


All over the world, animals are being misused as a tourist attraction. Selfies with wild animals are booming, but these animals are exploited and mistreated like the jaguars in Mexico.

It is a cruel business!

First, America’s largest cat was deprived of its natural habitat for the benefit of humans, now they are being misused for tourism. They are harrowing pictures of how they are forced into chains and then swimming for tourists.

A few years ago, when a large organization announced in the media that the number of highly endangered jaguars in Mexico had increased, these animals, as well as the endangered elephants in Asia, were “cashed”.

Social media likes to pose with exotic animals, the rarer an animal is, the more you boast of being able to take a selfie with such an animal. Likes are more valuable than the health of a wild animal.

It is often forgotten that these animals are exploited and abused for precisely this reason.

Two jaguars sit chained in a boat in Cancun, Mexico.


The jaguar found on the American continent is an endangered species. Jaguars are individual animals and can survive in many different habitats. They usually occur near water and prefer marshlands or tropical rainforests.

Just last year, ultra-right-wing President Bolsonaro caused outrage when he released the endangered Jaguar in Brazil for the trophy hunt.

But the jaguar is also exploited in Mexico, for tourism. National Geographic photographer Steve Winter, through his social networks, denounced the “abusive practices” behind some of the tourist attractions used by Cancun jaguars.

He accused Cancun’s tourism companies of exploiting jaguars to benefit from the entertainment of tourists.

JetSki drivers and their tourists are getting ready to dive with 2 tame jaguars in Cancun, Mexico. People need to know more about the big cat trade and selfie industry. From Thailand to South Africa, big cats are often the face of the wildlife trade. If you see your friends or family taking part in activities like this picture or petting boys, tell them that such companies are often associated with breeding programs, illegal body parts and boy trafficking,Steve Winter writes on Instagram.

The Mexican “Mexican News Daily” presented the photos of Steve Winter, which caused outrage in Mexico. It was announced that swimming with jaguars in the Caribbean had already ended and that the photos were older.



But in the research, you can still find current photos that show tourists with jaguars, so on Roatan, Honduras.

“The cruise jetty in Coxen Hole takes about 30 minutes.
You cross over with a small boat. Entry without transfer costs around $ 35. Otherwise 59 for the smallest package.
Now for the negative: Various animals are kept there, all unfortunately in far too small cages. A lion with behavioral problems and a tiger with a jaguar. Please consider carefully whether you want to enjoy yourself at the expense of the animals. A stay on the island only with sunbathing, snorkeling, swimming is also nice …writes a tourist on tripadvisor.de

Cruise tourism is booming in the Caribbean, so you can swim with wild stingrays on a small sandbar off the Cayman Islands.

There is a selfie for the social networks incl.

The trend takes on a whole new dimension when you want to photograph yourself and an exotic animal. So also in the Cayman Turtle Center, because a turtle is taken out of the water and a selfie is made.


Cayman Turtle Farm – Image: D. Schreier


Platforms like Instagram host hundreds of thousands of wildlife selfies. World Animal Protection researchers who analyzed wildlife selfies for a 2017 report found that the number of wildlife selfies posted on Instagram increased by 292% between 2014 and 2017 (!!!)


Celebrities have also contributed to the popularity of selfies in wildlife: Roger Federer and Margo Robbie pose with Quokkas in Australia, Justin Beiber with a tiger, Kim Kardashian with an elephant and Taylor Swift with a kangaroo.

In New Zealand, tourists were caught dancing with endangered sea lions for selfies, hunting rare yellow-eyed penguins, and trying to hug the shy and reclusive kiwi bird.

The handling of wild animals is cruel for the animals, like the lions in Africa. They are kept in captivity on so-called lion farms under terrible conditions. The commercial lion breeding industry in South Africa, for example, is cruel, barbaric, macabre!

On large cat farms in South Africa, lion and tiger cubs are born into a life of exploitation. Some are snatched from their mothers in the wild, while most are bred in fast breeding facilities.

In South Africa, cats often begin their lives at petting courts, where they serve as entertainment for paying visitors.
Young lions are also often used for tourist attractions, such as walking with a lion.

Their lives end deadly when they are shot by wealthy international hunters. Skins and heads are taken as trophies by the wealthy trophy hunters, and bones are legally exported under the “skeleton quota”, which is only valid in South Africa.

Especially on vacation, many use the camera to take a souvenir picture with animals. Most of these animals are exploited and mistreated, which should not be supported under any circumstances. Avoid taking selfies with wild animals!



And I mean… One of the biggest advantages of the coronavirus is the end of colonial tourism.
At least in this year!

Cruises, long-distance trips to Asia, adventure tourism, safaris, trophy hunting, bullfighting, fiestas with bull sacrifices… this mass invasions to exotic countries that exploit and abuse animals to death for a few dollars … all of this has paralyzed the animal-friendly Corona.

For the moment.
Everyone has to go on vacation at home or (highest offer) in a campsite, where the occupancy of guests is strictly controlled and the stay must be at least one week.
So the regulations in Germany.

There is great hope that this year this selfies society, with its hysterical urge for fun at the expense of other beings, will have to cure its selfies disease with picnic photos.

My best regards to all, Venus