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Meat consumption is nature’s greatest enemy

UN report on agriculture-Article from the German magazine “Der Spiegel” 

To say it right from the start: an organic steak alone is not enough to save the world.

At least not if it is eaten daily.

According to a recent study, meat consumption is the world’s biggest destroyer of nature, and this includes organic meat. Only with more plant-based nutrition can the dramatic loss of biodiversity and ecologically sensitive habitats

Cattle breeding in South America Foto: Martin Harvey / Getty Images

The global meat industry and intensive agriculture have become the main drivers of this destruction of nature. The loss of habitats and biodiversity has never been as dramatic as in the past 50 years.

The reason is the reallocation of natural ecosystems for feed production or grazing land.

The more intensive agriculture that relies on pesticides and monocultures is particularly problematic. This would permanently destroy the soil, which in turn would lead to even more reallocation of natural land.

In addition, large amounts of fossil energy, fertilizer, and water are needed to produce meat.

This is being fueled by the trend towards more and more cheap food.

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And I mean...It is the crime of cheap beef: the EU is the third most important buyer of Brazilian beef in terms of sales.
In 2018 imports increased significantly.

115,333 tons of imports were already registered in the first ten months of 2018. That was 22 percent more than in 2017.
The quantities are likely to increase by the end of the year.

At just under 58,000 tons, the Argentinians delivered 40 percent more.

Beef from these two countries is comparatively cheap. While Brazilian goods cost the equivalent of around 217 euros / 100 kg, according to EU data, 374 euros / 100 kg must be created for EU goods.

Thousands of hectares of primeval forest are being cleared in South America, and a unique ecosystem is threatened.

Companies are creating huge areas there for growing soybeans – especially for German meat producers.
Most of the soy harvest ends up in Germany as feed for animal fattening.

The future plantations look like open wounds, freed from trees, armadillos, and wild boars.

Prepared for growing soybeans in gigantic monocultures.

Soy cultivation / South America / Paraguay

Breeders and fatteners have made Germany the largest soybean importer in Europe, with imports totaling 3.7 million tons of soybeans and 2.8 million tons of soybean meal in 2016.

The German importers get most of the deliveries from South America – and according to research by the Mighty Earth Organization, they also buy the lion’s share of the soy for which the Gran Chaco is cleared in Argentina and Paraguay.

Our capitalist system doesn’t know any other direction, it has to go on and on.

“As a matter of fact, nothing else can be given as the purpose of our existence other than the knowledge that it would be better not to be there”.

My best regards to all, Venus


Freedom instead of fattening Report

This is our answer to conditions in turkey farms that go beyond the worst imagination of what is done to the animals on the fattening and breeding farms.

Pictures of ARIWA Organisation like we published yesterday on our blog look totally different.

The rescued turkeys Claudius, Bibo, Jolanda, and Jasmin now live on the farm 🦃 and they live fine.



This is the life they deserve.


30,000 turkeys were officially “killed and disposed of” in two Brandenburg facilities in the last 10 days.

Most of these animals are probably still healthy. However, since they can no longer be “recycled”, the motto is: caught, hung up.

Where animals are treated as goods and life counts for nothing, the phrase “dangerous pathogen” has nothing to do with the danger for the turkeys concerned.

It’s all about the economic risk for those who wanted to kill these turkeys anyway – just for a profit.

The tragic thing is that it is precisely this commercial animal use itself that poses the greatest risk for the further spread of avian flu and many other infectious diseases.

We are doing it consciously, knowingly, deliberately … almost from inferior basic motives.

My best regards to all, Venus