occupational risk…

in an exotic way…


in any case, we liked the show very much
the only thing that didn’t work is that the bite force was too weak

Regards and good night, Venus


USA: the Mengele’s of the Primate Center in Wisconsin

For six months, PETA USA covertly investigated at the Wisconsin National Primate Research Center (WNPRC).



It is one of the most famous primate laboratories in the United States, which keeps nearly 2,000 monkeys in barren steel cages and bleak, windowless rooms.

The investigation shows: The highly intelligent animals were grossly neglected, driven insane by the extreme conditions of their captivity, and attacked by traumatized conspecifics.

Monkeys at WNPRC spend every day and every night locked inside barren metal cages. They never feel the warmth of the sun on their backs or the earth beneath their feet. Stripped of their autonomy, they’re unable to make decisions regarding the most basic aspects of their lives.

Baby monkey Cocoa was attacked by a stressed adult monkey who made deep, painful cuts on his face


Constant, unremitting captivity causes these smart, sensitive animals extreme psychological distress, leading some to injure each other and themselves.

Incompatible animals were forced to live together in just a few square feet of space, and a monkey named Ellie lost part of her ear in a fight with a cage mate.

A baby monkey named Cocoa by PETA’s investigators was attacked by a stressed adult macaque. Little Cocoa had deep cuts on her face that had not healed properly even months later.

The fingers, toes, or tails of many monkeys were so badly injured that some of them had to be amputated. One employee said some of the animals were kept solitary “because they are assholes who do not contract with the others”!!

Macaques roam wide grasslands and lush forests in their natural habitat. In the test laboratory of the WNPRC, however, they ran back and forth or in circles, screaming loudly.

The macaque lady Princess was apparently so desperate that she pulled her hair out. However, it continued to be used as a birthing machine.


One frustrated monkey, known only as r12050, mutilated his own leg down to the muscle. With nothing to occupy his mind, picked and scratched compulsively at the open wound.


Please sign the petition: https://secure.peta.org.uk/page/26847/petition/1

For more…at https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2020/10/02/usa-the-mengeles-of-the-primate-center-in-wisconsin/


And I mean… the main problem is that this shit is financed with our money.
Anyone who says animals don’t suffer in experiments is uninformed or an absolute fool.
Animals are used for experiments because they cannot defend themselves and therefore they are at the mercy of psychopaths.

That is the ethical basis for all animal testing.

The mere fact that humans are still allowed to experiment on animals and torture them as they please only shows what criminal system we are dealing with.

Anyone who knows and has studied the history of the Third Reich” knows what animal experimenters feel.

The way they act is 100% identical to the mass murderers of that time.
Down to the last detail.
Even Zyklon B is still used to kill laboratory animals.

It is not possible to keep insane people out of this area, they work with the full support of an equally sick system. 


My best regards to all, Venus


A ban on single-use plastic straws, stirrers and cotton buds has come into force in England.

A ban on single-use plastic straws, stirrers and cotton buds has come into force in England.

The measure, originally due to start in April, makes it illegal for businesses to sell or supply the items.

People in England use an estimated 4.7 billion plastic straws, 316 million plastic stirrers and 1.8 billion plastic-stemmed cotton buds each year.

Environmental campaigners welcomed the ban but called for a crackdown on further single-use items.

An exemption will allow hospitals, bars and restaurants to provide plastic straws to people with disabilities or medical conditions that require them.

Environment Secretary George Eustice said the government was “firmly committed” to tackling environmental “devastation” caused by single-use plastics.

Campaigners welcomed the move but said the items formed only a “fraction” of the plastic waste littering the environment.

Sion Elis Williams, of Friends of the Earth, said ministers “must also do more to challenge our throwaway culture by forcing a shift away from all single-use materials in favour of reusable alternatives”.

Tatiana Lujan, of environmental law charity ClientEarth said straws, cotton buds and stirrers were “some of the most pointless plastics out there” and the ban on them was “a no-brainer”.

But they remained “a tiny fraction” of single-use plastics, she said, adding that countries such as Ireland and France had “shown far more ambition” with targets on reusable packaging and deposit return schemes.

Mr Eustice said the government was “building plans” for a deposit return scheme to encourage recycling of single-use drinks containers.

The Welsh government has said it is also considering a similar ban on plastics.

A number of national restaurant chains ditched plastic straws before the ban was announced.


Sky news – https://news.sky.com/story/plastic-straws-cotton-buds-and-stirrers-banned-in-england-from-today-12086176