“We assume that all these other creatures with whom we share the earth are here for us, and only for us. We assume, in effect, that we are everything and they are nothing.”

 

Matthew Scully

 

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Shame on South Africa’s Captive Lion Industry!! (Part One)

Shame on South Africa’s Captive Lion Industry!! (Part One)

“On 17 May 2019, an Amendment to the Animal Improvement Act, 62 of 1998, was issued by the then Department Of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. In this amendment, lion, cheetah, rhino and giraffe have been added to the list of ‘farmable animals’, along with almost 30 other wild animal species.” Cath Jakins, Blood Lions Coordinator 28 October 2019.There is something morally wrong when wildlife becomes intensive breeding in captivity. We all know how awful intensive farming is for farm...

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Here we go again…Badger Cull 2019

Here we go again…Badger Cull 2019

DEFRA and Natural England appear to have learnt nothing from the previous badger culls!Ministers have approved the addition of 11 new cull areas and reauthorization of the 29 cull areas from last year. Up to 64,000 badgers could be killed this autumn. Last year’s cull was a maximum of 42,000 badgers with 32,000 badgers killed. The ludicrous thing is there is no concrete evidence that badgers are mainly to blame for the spread of bovine TB in cattle! In fact, DEFRA has admitted to looking at a...

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The Race Is On To Develop The First Commercial Octopus Farm

The Race Is On To Develop The First Commercial Octopus Farm

You’ve gotta love an octopus! Octopuses are the most fascinating and intriguing creatures you are likely to ever come across. Outwardly they are difficult to describe other than their obvious eight arms. But inwardly they are renowned for their high intelligence, blue blood, boneless structure, three hearts and nine brains. Yes a total of nine brains! The main brain is in their head between their eyes. They also have eight smaller neural centres or for argument’s sake, mini brains, that is one...

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= The Warrior Code =

A Warrior must have heroic courage to rise up above the masses who are afraid to act

A Warrior commits to perform an action and it is as good as done

A Warrior will always fight to protect the vulnerable and unprotected

A Warrior will suffer pain silently but will always strike at the right moment

A Warrior seeks to act rather than talk

A Warrior has spirit which is never broken

A Warrior is genuine in every moment of time

Take heed of the Warrior for their belief in justice allows only right or wrong

“If you stay committed, nothing can pull you back from your goal.”

George Pulikuthiyil

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