animal farming: planet’s worst enemy

THE PLANET’S WORST ENEMY: Our investigators used drones to obtain rarely-seen evidence of the environmental destruction caused by factory farming.

What they witnessed at this farm was shocking (Video)

Animal Equality

And I mean… We currently have self-sufficiency in beef of 96% in Germany and by the end of the year, it will not be 91%.

There is already a lot of meat coming from South America, where the animals are kept up to 40,000 in a lot of cattle and are already cutting down the rainforest because we Europeans buy their meat.

If bull fattening is stopped in Germany, the South Americans will clear even more forests.
Anyone who can count two plus two can also think for themselves who is causing the deforestation.

What do the cows eat?
Because in order to manage their 30-40 liters + per day, they have not been given grass for a long time, but also high-energy soy.

Less than 10% of the soy produced worldwide is consumed by humans, the majority of soy production is not used to make tofu, but to feed animals.

“Everyone should eat what he wants” – that is the gospel of the meat-eaters!
Not everyone can eat what they want.
We don’t eat people either.

We don’t send our children to work either, but to school and, as a rule, we don’t drive 180 in the 30 zones.

So what would be the problem if we in the developed western countries finally start eating ethically correct?

And by the way: We will no longer experience the horrors of climate change that our grandchildren and great-grandchildren have to endure.

But the survivors will hate us all for our environmental crime.

My best regards to all, Venus


P&G Sleigh Pig Unit in Scotland- Pigs ‘hammered to death’!

Animal Equality’s undercover investigation has revealed a number of serious legal violations at P&G Sleigh Pig Unit in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, a ‘quality assured’ pig farm which is owned by senior pig industry figure, Philip Sleigh.

Animal Equality sent letters outlining the breaches of animal welfare legislation to the relevant authorities, urging them to take immediate action against this facility using the full force of the law.

A criminal investigation is underway.

As individuals, the best thing we can do to help pigs just like the ones we filmed on this farm is keeping them off our plates and encouraging others to choose plant-based alternatives to animal products too.

Animal Equality has investigated 10 British pig farms within five years, finding severe animal suffering and flagrant disregard for animal welfare in every single one.

This is yet another case of an accredited ‘high welfare’ farm flouting the law.

The recordings of the undercover research show:

● Female breeding pigs who are repeatedly artificially inseminated and are forced to give birth and suckle their piglets in cages so small that they cannot even turn around

● Piglets who routinely have their tails cut off with a hot blade and their teeth cut off with pliers, without any anesthesia or pain relief

● Piglets that are killed directly on the premises because they are classified as too small or too weak

● Animals hit with a hammer

● Pigs hit against the hard, concrete floor

● Sows with labia injuries and severe prolapses, in which the uterus or internal organs protrude from the body

● a pig with an extremely severe uterine prolapse that was forced to stand and walk for over a minute and a half before being killed

● Pigs raised in poor, dark conditions

● Pigs living in pens flooded with water and feces without access to dry bedding

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And I mean…Philip Sleigh helped to draw up welfare standards as chairman of the pig’s standard-setting committee of Quality Meat Scotland (QMS), a public body to which he had been appointed as a director by the Scottish government.

He resigned from QMS this month after being informed of this undercover footage shot at the P&G Sleigh Pig Unit in Aberdeenshire that showed a worker hammering pigs to death and sows with severe injuries, including organs protruding from their bodies.

This is “high welfare”!!!

“A love of farming goes back several generations in my family,” said Sleigh in an interview of 2019.

“My father was a farmer, my grandfather was a farmer and my great-grandfather was also a farmer, so that runs in my blood.”

We don’t know what runs in his blood. But certainly on his hands are tons of blood from tortured pigs

Philip Sleigh describes himself as an “advocate for keeping his pigs happy and to ensure his herd remains happy and healthy, he is fastidious about how they are cared for”!

“I talk to them every day,” he said (

That is how psychopaths always talk!

To qualify for the Specially Selected Pork label, pork must be produced in a way that meets the strict standards required by Quality Meat Scotland’s quality assurance schemes.

QMS has now removed Sleigh’s farm from its quality assurance scheme.

The lawbreaker Sleigh declined to comment when approached at his farm today.

The unit-concentration camp has not been closed down as far as we know.

My best regards to all, Venus


Vietnam: Update – Four Paws Have Rescued Little ‘Cam’ The Bile Bear . Now At Sanctuary Ready For A Cruelty Free Life.

We did an appeal on 23 April to get little Cam bear rescued from his torment as a bile bear – do you remember ?

Vietnam: Lets Get Cam the Bear Out of His Bile Farm Cage Now – Please Donate If You Can. – World Animals Voice

We participated and donated to help with the rescue.  Well the great news from Four Paws is that Cam has been rescued and is currently under quarantine at the rescue facility in Nihn Binh.

Here is the latest from Four Paws which we received today, 30/4/21:

Success: Young bear Cam is safe now 

But this was anything but an easy rescue! We found the underweight and exhausted Asiatic black bear in a very stressed condition as the owner had moved him to another tiny cage before we arrived. Even though Cam was given voluntarily to us, the circumstances meant our team and the bear didn’t get the time they needed to calmly walk into the transport crate. But our experienced staff made the best of the situation as well as the short time and succeeded with this challenging and rushed mission. 

After a short drive the bear and the team have arrived safe and sound at our BEAR SANCTUARY Ninh Binh.

Cam is currently in the quarantine station, where he will receive veterinary care from FOUR PAWS Viet veterinarians and caretakers over the next few weeks. To settle in he got some watermelon and honey treats to enjoy and recover.

Thank you for all your unconditional dedication and support.

Find out more about Cam’s new home by clicking here:

BEAR SANCTUARY Ninh Binh – a FOUR PAWS Project (

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