Slaughterhouses are the incubators of human fascism

Every single animal you have ever eaten had feelings, hopes, dreams, and a unique personality.

Every single animal brought into this world for the sole purpose of exploitation has a story.

Like male chicks ground alive on the day they are born, their story can be very brief.

Or like dairy cows that are repeatedly and forcibly impregnated and milked to the point where they can no longer bear calves to be taken from them on the day they are born, where their bodies can no longer produce milk efficiently.
Their stories are longer.

What they all have in common, however, is that their stories are very tragic stories.
Made by the fascist law of the stronger species

Don’t get involved in the daily animal holocaust.
Nothing humane even happens inside of slaughterhouses
Slaughterhouses are the incubators of human fascism.

Regards and good night, Venus

Poland: The Price of A Fur Coat. Terrible animal suffering revealed on huge Polish fur farm.

From ‘Respect for Animals’ – Nottingham England.

Against the Fur Trade.

Terrible animal suffering revealed on huge Polish fur farm

“This is a shocking investigation. The suffering of these animals can scarcely be imagined.

I personally know what impact seeing these atrocities first hand and close up can have.

As the undercover activist says in the video, some of the things he has seen will live with him forever.

I still live with some of what I saw in UK fur farms more than 20 years ago and it is not easy, but is certainly one of the things that has driven me on to work to end this disgusting industry.”

Mark Glover, Respect for Animals

Respect for Animals’ colleagues at the Fur Free Alliance, Otwarte Klatki, have today released the results of a two-month long investigation using an activist as an undercover farm employee.

The farm in Goreczki is potentially the biggest mink farm in the world, with around 500,000 animals kept in small cages.

The worker documented shocking cases of cannibalism, open wounds and untreated sick animals. He also recorded the reality of working conditions on fur farms: low wages, little training and lack of employment rights. This is of real importance because the fur trade is currently trying to reimage itself as sustainable and ethical. These claims are lies and this investigation is further evidence of the moral bankruptcy of the fur industry.

The undercover activist, called Yevhen, used a phone and hidden camera to document the distressing conditions on the mink farm.

Yevhen agreed to openly speak on camera about his experiences.  The activist describes dead mink found every day in cages, and the shocking “hospital” – supposedly for sick animals, but where they did not receive veterinary help, instead simply killed by gassing or dying untreated and in agony.

This is the reality of industrial fur factory farming. This is why fur farming must be banned.

Take action!

Add your name to this letter to the Polish Embassy, calling for fur farming to be banned:

You can read our full coverage of this vital investigation here:

Regards Mark

Germany: The elephants are presented in the Wuppertal Zoo like in a circus

The African elephants in the Wuppertal Zoo are abused for commercial purposes.

In order to generate additional income, Wuppertal Zoo offers guided tours behind the scenes and interactions with the elephants.

The elephants are forced to take part in photoshoots, elephant rides, weddings, and other events.

They are made compliant with the elephant hook. The elephants only obey because they are afraid of punishment.

Zoo director Arne Lawrenz announced in January 2019 that he would end the use of the elephant hook and switch elephant husbandry to “protected contact” after renovation work, but without giving a specific schedule.

So far, however, the elephants are still exposed to violence and defenseless. Since then, three more baby elephants have been born.

Gus, Tsavo, and Kimana now expect the same fate as their fellows.


Facit: The Wuppertal Zoo abuses elephants for special events such as weddings and guided tours behind the scenes. Among other things, the animals are forcibly forced to pose for photos with visitors or to carry visitors on their backs.

Please appeal to the mayor, the members of the city council, and the zoo to work for an end to elephant abuse.

Online petition: Elephants are beaten in the Wuppertal Zoo and abused for events – please stand up against animal cruelty!

Petition on this link, sign, and share:

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And I mean…Why are the elephants still being beaten at Wuppertal Zoo?

In order to generate more income, the Wuppertal Zoo uses African elephants as a living backdrop for photos with stupid zoo visitors and forces the animals to take part in weddings and other events. When keeping in “direct contact”, the elephant keepers stab and hit the animals with elephant hooks in their sensitive skin areas to make them compliant.

Already in childhood, the elephants are subjugated in this way so that from an early age they associate the hook with pain and obey out of fear.

Wuppertal Zoo even offers weddings in the elephant house. At wedding shoots, the elephants have to show tricks and pose with the bridal couple.

In March 2020 the baby elephant Tsavo was born as a new prisoner at the zoo.

It is uncertain how long the newly born Tsavo will grow up in “direct contact” in the Wuppertal Zoo and whether he will also be made compliant with the elephant hook, like the elephant child Tuffi.

The next female elephant is also expecting offspring in the Wuppertal Zoo. Tika was artificially fertilized so that she too could give birth to another “cute” baby elephant that would attract as many visitors as possible.

Does this unborn animal child also expect blows with the elephant hook? Or will it be separated from his family like Tsavo’s siblings and passed on to other zoos?

Both are to be expected because this zoo is run by people who have degraded these sensitive animals to living photo backdrops and gymnastics equipment and only want to earn money with them.

And because there are still mindless parents who believe that a visit to the zoo increases their children’s education and knowledge about animals.

My best regards to all, Venus