Mexico: Sinaloa bans bullfighting-Super!

10 February 2021, CAS International (Comité Anti Stierenvechten)
Mexican state Sinaloa prohibits bullfighting

The government of the Mexican state of Sinaloa has agreed to prohibit bullfighting. Sinaloa is the fifth state in Mexico with a recent ban on bullfighting, after Sonora, Guerrero, Coahuila, and Quintana Roo.

Dog fights are also prohibited.

In parliament, a unanimous vote was taken in favor of an extension of the current animal protection law. In addition to the ban on bull and dog fights, wild animals must be better protected. Unfortunately, cockfights are yet allowed to take place in Sinaloa.


Bullfights take place in the city of Mazatlán every year, during Carnival.

This is the only town in Sinaloa where bullfights are held.
Mexico is one of the most violent countries in the world and within society, there is increasing support for a ban on bloody spectacles with animals because they would stop a development towards a peaceful society.

Animal suffering is also an important argument to prohibit this type of cruel event. 7 out of 10 Mexicans are in favor of a ban on bullfighting.

Animal Protection Law

Some other new points have been included in the amended animal protection law.

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And I mean…During a bullfight in Puebla (Mexico) in May 2019, a 500-kilo bull runs at the little murderer, impaling her face with his horns.
Blood shoots from her face, as it also sheds from his deep wounds.

She falls motionless on the floor, is operated on for hours, and is not allowed to enter the arena for six months. Unfortunately only for six months!

One of the toreros was killed in a bullfight in southern Mexico in 2015.
A bull victim took the bull killer Eduardo del Villar by the horns in the arena of Seybaplaya in the state of Campeche and tore open the artery in his thigh.

Juan José Padilla (39), unfortunately, had a lot of luck in Zaragoza, Spain, in 2011, he only lost one eye when the robust bull victim managed to defend himself against his killer.

He returned, he can’t stop killing and continues to kill in Mexico

An eleven-year-old mini-killer massacred six bulls in a bullfight in his native Mérida, Mexico, in 2009.

Unfortunately, he got away with no injuries, instead, he got the two ears of the dead animals as a trophy, and his dream is to get into the Guinness Book of Records as a super potent bull killer!

Unfortunately, the “accidents” with the human killers were too few compared to the 250,000 bulls (in Spain) that are brutally murdered annually.

This perversity, which in Mexico – as well as in Spain – is sold as something “festive”, “artistic” and a “fair competition” for stupid tourists and can only inspire a few dull, mentally weak proles, is now banned in one more city of Mexico!

We are happy about this decision, very happy in fact!
Countries that maintain these medieval spectacles are tarnishing their country’s reputation.

My best regards to all, Venus