Third farm sabotage report

Received anonymously:

Several fattening camps in France, here dairy farm, sheep farm, laying hens and ducks for “foie gras” in Loire-Atlantique, were painted with messages making the connection between animal slavery and epidemics of zoonotic viruses, past, present & future.

While the number of clusters increases in France, many of them in slaughterhouses, the media continue to obscure the link between flesh consumption and pandemics, governments are NOT taking the necessary actions to protect the population, but are releasing billions from public funds to save the economy.

We have the duty to force them to make that connection and act accordingly.

Because beyond the human victims of Covid19, there are trillions of victims of speciesism every single year.

This thirst for blood is total nonsense.

(original French text ):

Plusieurs camps d’engraissement, ici de vaches laitières, moutons, poules pondeuses, et canards gavés pour le foie gras en Loire-Atlantique, ont été tagués avec des messages faisant le lien entre l’esclavage animal et les épidémies de virus d’origine zoonotique, passées, présentes ou futures.

Alors que les clusters se multiplient en France, principalement dans des abattoirs, que les médias continuent à occulter le lien entre zoophagie et pandémie, les États ne prennent PAS les mesures nécessaires pour protéger la population, mais débloquent des milliards d’euros d’argent public pour sauver leur économie.

Nous avons le devoir de les forcer à faire ce lien et à agir en conséquence. Parce qu’au-delà des victimes humaines du Covid19, les victimes du spécisme se comptent par milliers de milliards chaque année.
Cette soif de sang est un non-sens total.

Plusieurs autres fermes seront nos cibles dans les jours qui suivent.
Nous exhortons les animalistes du monde entier à faire de même.
On ne remporte pas une guerre avec des fleurs comme seules armes

And we say.. thanks to the brave activists!
We just want to add one little thing: the thirst for blood is not just total nonsense.
It is a generated propaganda by the meat and dairy mafia in order to convince this society to a daily crime, the worst in human history.

Best regards to all, Venus


Palawan: the rainforest belongs to animals and its indigenous people


The island of Palawan is a UNESCO Man and Biosphere Reserve – a certified ecological and cultural treasure. But now the provincial government wants to open up areas of rich biodiversity and indigenous land to industrial plantations.

Palawan is the home of numerous endemic species – some of them, like the Hornbill, Treeshrew, and Philippine Pangolin, are just a few on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.

The entire island is a UNESCO Man and Biosphere Reserve and its southern regions the ancestral domains of the Pala’wan indigenous people.

Those living in the remote uplands, such as the Tau’t Batu, have limited contacts with the outside and possess a rich oral tradition and profound environmental knowledge.

In spite of these ecological and cultural values, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources has entered into a joint venture with Lionheart Agrotech, an industrial grower of hybrid coconuts.

It appears that the company has also encroached on the Mount Mantalingahan Protected Landscape, one of only ten sites of the global Alliance for Zero Extinction in the Philippines and one of the 11 key bird areas in Palawan.


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Please support the indigenous peoples’ resistance with your signature – we need to bring international pressure to bear before these ecological and cultural treasures disappear forever!

Please sign our petition and help preserve one of the last true slices of paradise in the Philippines!


And I mean…In 2015, many demonstrations, petitions, and direct resistance took place with the aim of preventing the planned coal-fired power plant on the Philippine island of Palawan.

And the goal was achieved!! on June 6, 2015, the City Council of Puerto Princesa passed “a decision that strictly rejects the construction of a coal-fired power plant on Palawan”.

The fight is not over yet.
Let us make hope out of our fear.
This struggle to save the last paradise in the world with its indigenous and animal inhabitants defines our values and principles.

We find out every day that we have a lot more civil courage than we thought.

My best regards to all, Venus