The monkeys brothels of Indonesia.

From 1973 to 2005, the orangutans lost almost half of their living space, according to WWF. This is due to forest changes and fires. Today they are threatened with extinction. Only 50,000 specimens should still live in the wild.


The idea of a monkey brothel is just absurd, but cruel reality Photo:

Many orangutan females have to live in Indonesian brothels – and have sex with humans there. The word “animal cruelty” would have to be reinvented for these institutions.
When orangutan females have been recruited and found by the “pimps,” they are threatened with immediate death because brothel operators are interested in the newborn females.
They are sold into sex slavery. Here is the motto: the younger, the better. Young monkeys are easy to educate and get used to humans.

Young orangutans who fall into the hands of this prostitution ring experience hell on earth. They are distributed among villages and trained as domestic servants.

In a zoo in Bangkok monkeys are dressed as Gogo- girls or trained as kickboxer and abused.
When they land in the brothel, there are agonizing years before them. The females are shaved and made up. Dozens of men pass each other every day for sexual satisfaction in a dark room, where the animals are tied to a bed. The strong animals do not fight because they are used to humans.

Monkey brothles work because they are cheap. The customers do not have much money.

In the wild, the animals are up to 50 years old. In the brothels seldom older 20 years. The animals suffer depression and memory loss. Some monkeys try to end their lives.

Therefore, the brothels cannot be prohibited:

Indonesia is dominated by corruption and poverty. Attempts by animal welfare groups to liberate the monkey sex slaves can only be undertaken with heavy police intervention. The villagers perform armed resistance. Animal trade is a billion-dollar business, that competes in Asia with drug and arms trade.

Comment:This article is one year old. But I announce it now, because so far it has received very little attention.
And as far as I know, nothing has changed.



South Korea: Korean May Newslatter. 




CHINA: the new concentration camp for animals!

In seven floors skyscraper 30,000 pigs-slaves are fattened.


Pigs that use elevators are not uncommon in China. In multi-floors pig farms, the animals are driven from floor to floor, depending on their stage of development.

A private Chinese agricultural company already operates two seven-stores pig farms in the country, with four more to follow. The pig high-rise buildings would have many advantages, says Jiang Wei, who is responsible for the breeding of pigs here:

“The environment and the temperature control system are very good here and that will certainly reduce the deaths among the piglets. There will be a higher survival rate and the mother pigs will produce more piglets. In this case, we have to invest less and have higher productivity. “!!!

The high-rise pig house, where Jiang Wei works, is home to about 30,000 animals. A special ventilation system and other devices should ensure that each floor can be operated independently of the other floors. Even viruses could not jump from floor to floor, the operators say.

But even in China, there are doubts about the alleged safety of these factory farms on several floors. Scientists say the risk of disease and epidemic disease with the number of kept animals.

Regardless, the high-rises for pigs in China are currently in vogue. Pig farms are to be built here soon, which even have 13 floors.

A private Chinese agricultural company already operates two seven-floors pig farms in China, with four more to follow. The pig high-rise buildings would have many advantages, says the operator.

But even in China there are doubts about the alleged safety of these mass animal husbandry on several floors.


Comment: In Maas Dorf near Halle (Germany) is a pig high-rise too. On six floors, approximately 500 sows are kept, which every year thousands of piglets in the world have to bring.

The animals are transported to the individual floors with elevators, there is no outlet.

Already in 2015 and 2016, the organization “German Animal Protection Office” revealed massive violations of the law and filed criminal complaints.

Now there are again shocking images from the pig high-rise, which again clearly show offenses and animal cruelty. The animals are kicked, abused and killed.

On 13.03.2018, the organization has now reimbursed the third complaint against the operator of the pig tower.
There has also been a huge demonstration with 650 people in front of the high slaughterhouse.

Television stations, radio stations or newspaper offices; whether regional or national – many media reported and thus brought a wide range for the fight of the “German Animal Welfare Office” but also for the common fight against animal cruelty and the exploitation of animals.

The activists of the “German Animal Protection Office” are sticking to their goal: they want to get the pig high-rise closed. And the same must be done by the animal rights activists in China!











UK: From 4/5/18; ALL Slaughterhouses Have 6 Months Maximum To Introduce Compulsory CCTV Cameras.

Positive News.

There can be no ‘good news’ when it involves facilities that kill animals; but after many years of campaigning, UK residents are now going to see CCTV installed in all UK slaughterhouses as a requirement of law.

 The legislation came into force on 4/5/18, and premises that do not already have CCTV now installed will have until November to comply.  We at SAV are sure that this new legislation will prevent currently unseen abuses of animals during their final minutes of life at the slaughterhouse.

We also welcome the fact that if veterinarians using the CCTV footage find welfare breaches, a slaughterhouse can be given a welfare enforcement notice, have its staff’s licences suspended or revoked, or be referred for a criminal investigation.



Legislation requiring mandatory CCTV in all slaughterhouses in England comes into force today (4/5/18). Premises will have until 5 November to fully comply.

We hope the presence of CCTV will help stop the horrendous and illegal additional abuses revealed time and again by our extensive investigations. It is terrible enough that animals should be at the slaughterhouse at all, without being subjected to being kicked, punched, beaten and burnt with cigarettes to name but a few awful issues we uncovered. Further information is available on the government website.

We welcome this positive news on a long-fought campaign. But we will continue to encourage people to go vegan, since this is the best way to protect farmed animals. If you aren’t already vegan please sign up to our Summer Vegan Pledge today!


CCTV to be introduced in all slaughterhouses in England in 2018

Defra will take forward plans following extremely positive reaction from the industry, welfare groups and the public

A summary of responses published shows that of almost 4,000 respondents, more than 99% were supportive of the plans.


Legislation to make CCTV cameras mandatory in slaughterhouses in England to safeguard animal welfare has been laid in Parliament by Environment Secretary Michael Gove.

The legislation will come into effect from May 2018, once it passes through Parliament, at which point businesses will have six months to comply.



Under the proposals, Official Veterinarians [OVs] from the Food Standards Agency [FSA] will be given unfettered access to the last 90 days of footage.

It is believed this will help them to ‘monitor and enforce animal welfare standards’.

If OVs find welfare breaches, a slaughterhouse can be given a welfare enforcement notice, have its staff’s licences suspended or revoked, or be referred for a criminal investigation.


The government has said it plans to increase standards for farm animals and domestic pets in England by updating these statutory animal welfare codes.

Breaches would result in a welfare enforcement notice, the suspending or revoking of staff licences or referral for a criminal investigation.

Unrestricted footage

FSA chairwoman Heather Hancock said the watchdog supported compulsory CCTV in abattoirs, since voluntary adoption by slaughterhouses had reached a “plateau”.

She said: “We look forward to the introduction of a comprehensive requirement for using, accessing and retaining footage from CCTV in abattoirs.

“We see CCTV as an invaluable management tool for business owners to help with compliance with official controls and to improve animal welfare standards across the industry.”

British Veterinary Association (BVA) president Gudrun Ravetz said the mandatory CCTV in all areas of slaughterhouses was “essential” to safeguarding animal welfare.

“We are particularly pleased to see a commitment to official veterinarians having unrestricted access to footage, which the BVA has been calling for,” he said.

“Vets’ independence and unique qualifications help ensure that the UK will continue to have the highest standards of animal health, welfare and food safety.”



Vietnam: Stop The Bloody Boar Fights – Petition To Sign.


ACT NOW: Stop Bloody Boar Fights in Vietnam!

Shocking footage has emerged of a pack of dogs ripping a terrified boar limb from limb, as part of a LEGAL organised dog fight. Urgent animal protection laws are needed to end this savage cruelty. Sign the petition now!

Devastating footage on social media shows crowds cheering as an exhausted boar runs for his life. His screams of pain and fear can be heard as he is set upon by a pack of baying dogs… trained to kill.


Petition link –


The footage has sparked outrage in Vietnam, but these organised ‘death battles’ – between dogs and boars fleeing for their lives are nothing new in Vietnam. One crowd member even commented, “We will continue doing it because it isn’t illegal.


And boar aren’t the only victims of this vicious blood sport…


Dogs used as killing-machines are treated as nothing more than sporting equipment. Often chained, mutilated, and treated cruelly to make them more aggressive.


Two years ago, the Vietnamese government passed its first Animal Health Law. Yet, there are currently no laws to protect animals from harm, or punish animal abusers.

When barbaric cruelty like these sick organised dog fights can go unpunished, and leave authorities powerless to act, urgent changes are needed…

Please, join us in calling on the Vietnam Government to update the law to include animal protection regulations, and strong punishments for those who commit acts of violence against animals.

Act now, call for urgent animal welfare laws in Vietnam. Please, sign the petition now…

Petition link –






17/5/18. ?? Dont Know What To Call This !

Free-ranging nightingales should be captured for animal experimentation!

The animal welfare associations of the Federal Government, Berlin and Brandenburg are sounding the alarm.

It’s about three nightingales and about the principle.

An animal experiment with nightingales, initially rejected by the Brandenburg authorities, has now been approved. For the experiment, three male nightingales who live free in the nature are to be captured. According to the German Animal Protection Association, these are said to bear offspring in the laboratory with three captive-bred females, which will then be used for animal experiments.


The prehistory: The Behavioral Biologist Dr. Daniela Vallentin is planning an animal experiment in which nightingales will be drilled out of the skull to implant probes into their brains. At the end of the experiment, the animals are killed. The biologist is interested in the neural principles of vocal communication of birds. She hopes to gain insight into human autism from the results of the experiment. For this there should be subsidies from the EU amounting to 1.5 million euros.

The Animal Welfare Association for Berlin (TVB), the German Animal Welfare Association and its regional association Brandenburg strictly reject such animal experiments.

The animal rights activists make it clear that the transferability of the findings of nightingale songs to a complex neurological developmental disorder such as autism is highly questionable. “We urge the state of Brandenburg to withdraw the permission to catch the nightingales. Wild animals, including their offspring, should not be used for animal experiments”.

The Brandenburg State Environmental Agency responded differently. It granted permission to capture three male nightingales in this country, presumably in Potsdam city. A spokesman for the agency emphasized that nightingales with 25,000 breeding pairs are not on the list of endangered animals. Their stocks even increase year by year by two percent. In addition, they have made it to the condition that the animals are released in time for the winter train back to freedom. The offspring is then scheduled for the experiments.

Ellen Schütze, leader of the animal welfare association of Brandenburg, is outraged.

What is being planned at the Free University is pure basic research in her eyes.

Or as she puts it: “It’s all about scientific curiosity.” Animal experiments could not be justified. She submits to the scientist that the reference to human diseases primarily serves to justify the application. For medical research, there are other possibilities beyond animal testing.

Schütze and her fellow campaigners are annoyed, that different standards are being measured across the border. According to the motto: If something is not allowed in Berlin, you just go to Brandenburg and thus circumvent the conditions. Therefore, they call for uniform nationwide regulations on animal testing.

The Free University had no comments on Wednesday.

Comment: And we thought we had seen everything!!
Our sadistic conspecifics make it possible to shock us, to disguast us, to be ashamed of the moral decay of our species.