We ask the shopkeeper and his customer to wear their mouth masks when shopping.
Otherwise, our law enforcement officer will visit the shop again.

Have a good night, Venus


USA: the case “Lattin”

PETA has obtained new records revealing that serial bird killer Christine Lattin, now at Louisiana State University (LSU), has embarked on another installment of her continuing effort to rid the world of joy with a new round of pointless experiments that involve killing and dismembering birds.

This time, it appears that they may violate local bird protection laws.

Lattin has tormented and killed birds in bizarre experiments since 2008. The mountain of bird carcasses left after past experiments have led to such banal “discoveries” as “birds do not like captivity” and “birds think crude oil tastes icky.”

That her sadistic experiments have not contributed to the promotion of science, however, is apparently no matter to the Louisiana Board of Regents, which awarded her more than $117,000 to torment and kill 184 wild-caught sparrows over a three-year span that began in June 2019.

This is what passes for science, and it’s unfortunately in line with Lattin’s previous cruelty, which included feeding birds crude oil, wounding their legs, plucking large amounts of their feathers, and causing them stress and fear by confining them to cloth bags and giving them drugs that damage their adrenal glands.

Lattin must not continue her reign of terror on wild birds. Killing these sensitive, trusting beings who have chosen to live in such close proximity to humans is unjust and wrong.

Please, take action below and urge LSU to end her cruelty.


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And I mean: in some ways, Lattin’s story is nothing new. PETA and other animal rights groups have hounded researchers for decades in hopes of shutting down animal experiments in the United States and elsewhere.

Oversight systems in laboratories favor experimenters and often fail the animals they are supposed to protect. Birds are excluded from the only law that offers any protection for animals in laboratories.

No experiment is illegal.

That’s why Lattin has gotten away with killing at least 250 birds, as well as chemically damaging birds’ adrenal glands, wounding their legs using a biopsy punch (with no painkillers), rattling their cages every two minutes, restraining them in a cloth bag and feeding them crude oil. And she’s looking for more victims.

These experiments cause massive suffering and aren’t applicable to conservation, human health, or other birds. This is a crime funded by taxpayer money.

For its part, PETA says it has no intention of ending its campaign. “We’ll stop the moment Yale says ‘No more,’ and not 1 minute before that.  We looked at Lattin because her experiments are so horrible,” says Kathy Guillermo, a senior vice president at the organization in charge of the Lattin campaign.

“If she was a 60-year-old male with tenure, we’d been doing the exact same thing.”

But Lattin is equally defiant. “I am not going to stop,” she says. “PETA is not going to win.”

Of course! This is the language of all psychopaths who have no regrets and no moral concerns about their actions.

My best regards to all, Venus

Spain: VIDEO: Teary Reunion of A Man And His Donkey After Quarantine Will Warm Your Spirit,



VIDEO: Teary Reunion of A Man And His Donkey After Quarantine Will Warm Your Spirit

Posted by Katie Valentine | May 26, 2020

See the reunion video here:

Ismael Fernández broke down in tears while reuniting with his beloved donkey, Baldomera, after spending over two months apart because of a mandatory coronavirus quarantine.

During the lockdown, Fernández’s brother cared for Baldomera, and the two siblings kept in touch through video chats. Even so, Fernández, who lives about 20 miles away from the mountain that Baldomera calls home, still worried that the donkey would not remember him when they finally met again.

Baldomera quickly soothed his friend’s fears, running up to Fernández to greet him with love and affection.

“Hello!,” Fernández excitedly said, greeting his animal companion in Spanish. “What’s up? Where is my little donkey?”

“I am not embarrassed for you to hear me cry,” he continued, “because here is one of the best demonstrations of unconditional love that exists.”

As life slowly returns to normal in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, heartwarming moments like this one remind us of the virus’s impact on all friendships and the joy of reuniting with those we miss so dearly.

USA: New Investigation Reveals Just How Dangerous High-Speed Slaughter Is for Both Humans and Animals.




New Investigation Reveals Just How Dangerous High-Speed Slaughter Is for Both Humans and Animals

Posted by Katie Valentine | May 29, 2020

Non-profit animal rights organization Mercy For Animals has released a shocking video detailing the horrifying processes used in high-speed poultry slaughterhouses. Innocent animals are subjected to agonizing torture and workers are put in danger due to the pace at which they’re required to work.

An undercover investigator captured the sobering hidden-camera footage at a Maryland poultry factory, where fully-conscious birds are shackled and hung upside-down, immersed in electrified water, and slit across the throat. At one point during the investigation, a facility-wide power outage forced helpless birds to spend over an hour dangling from their feet as they waited to die.

Under recently revised USDA standards, slaughter lines can move at hazardous pace, killing up to 175 chickens per minute. This forces employees to work at an unreasonable rate, jeopardizing their safety and increasing their risk of injury.

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has drawn much-needed attention to the inevitable hazards of slaughterhouse and factory farm environments, where workers are required to stand shoulder-to-shoulder and frequently come into contact with live animals, giving dangerous zoonotic viruses potential opportunities to “make the jump” to human hosts.

This investigation makes it clear: high-speed slaughter has to go.

The imperial status quo is not working


Caricature: Hatzopoulos


My best regards to all, Venus


Media propaganda


Not consuming meat and animal products is not just compassion for the animals.

It is also a blow to the fascist system of exploitation, a blow to the meat and milk mafia, which are the main partners of every political system in the world.

Being a vegan is a politically correct action.

Regards and a good day from Venus