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November 23, 2015 -
MINK FREED FROM CAGES
According the Dutch media, thousands of mink were released from cages at a
fur farm in Putten early in the morning of November 20.
March 24, 2015 -
anonymous report, from
"Well, you came with the key of your hunting lodge in your green
pocket, and your rifle to your shoulder for a nice morning of killing
wild boar. But you can throw the key away, just like the lock is gone
and your murder monument was made accessible for any passerby.
You can put the hut upright and replace the hardware, but know
there will always be someone who will come back again to knock over your
cabin. Or maybe once light it.
Find an honest hobby. You can do it!
January 14, 2015 -
PUT OUT OF USE
"On Sunday the 11th of Januari, another two hunting towers were put out
of use, against the brutal attacks on innocent animals which humans call
'the hunt'. It's plain execution by human monsters: the everyday fate of
Since there's so much talk going on about 'the freedom of the West'
being attacked by religious groups, we want to state that it's time to
acknowledge that freedom should not apply to humans only. The
destruction of human privilege is rightful and necessary. REVOLT!
i am a deer
i am a wild boar
i am a fox
i am a pheasant
i am a goose
i am a hare
#I am an animal
January 3, 2015 -
DISMANTLED, TRAP REMOVED
"A swamp tale
Elves are known as doers and are naturally opposed to any form
domination and oppression. In 2014, elves prevented the killing by
hunter scum of at least 2000 wild animals (a conservative estimate) by
performing mischief (kattenkwaad).
Sadly this year too, animals will have to flee from 'fauna
Their land is still dotted with hidden killing fields. So among other
things, a swamp-fairy in the belgian cross-border region stumbled across
four hunter's seats and a poison trap. Shocked by the discovery of these
murder attributes, the little elf considered the options to do something
about this situation. Should he open a twitter or facebook account with
ALF-graphics as a profile picture and -cover and 'support' direct action
this way, or maybe send an article to the newspaper, organize a peaceful
protest, a petition or distribute flyers? But the elf realized that no
hunter will stop firing his deadly ammunition because of such actions.
At least, certainly not yet in the coming century.. Humans learn new
things awfully slow and still consider all other animals as 'products'.
They call this 'nature'.
The little elf called all swamp residents together for a
was held hidden in the cane. From the Egret to the Fox, all animals were
unanimous: something had to be done now! So the elf volunteered and took
off to battle.
Unfortunately, because of the cumbersome presence of humans the first
hunter's seat had to be skipped: for security reasons elves can never
show their face to humans.
The tree trunk that supported the second seat had grown around its steel
cross connections, so without cutting the tree this hunter's seat could
not be taken down. However, the canvas behind which the hunters tend to
hide themselves was cut loose and hidden somewhere in the swamp, with a
birch trunk on top to allow the canvas to sink through the ice. At the
top of the seat, the elf also found a pair of rubber coated stainless
steel supports, in which hunting rifles could silently be laid down. No
more so: they were disassembled by the little elf and hidden elsewhere
in the swamp.
A bit further from the scene lay an even more cowardly murderous device,
a toxic trap 'to combat brown rats'. Releasing poison in nature.. this
made the little elf very angry. Stupid, ignorant humans! The little elf
took out the deadly poisoned block from the tube and carefully wrapped
it in a garbage bag. At a later date the poison will be returned to the
already poisoned human society.
The third seat had a three-part steel ladder, but the elf had two
wrenches. He took the disassembled ladder also with him, to let it
disappear into the swamp..
The fourth hunter's seat was fixed to a tree with a chain, but the
little elf had a bolt-cutter in his backpack. With a beautiful arch, the
ugly monster landed on the swamp soil. The little elf was just about to
cut loose the same kind of canvas fabric as found around the second
seat, when a human caught him virtually red-handed. Quickly the little
elf covered his face. Luckily elves know very well how to flee through
forests and swamps without leaving any trace..
Among others, foxes, deer, hares, geese, pheasants, muskrats, beavers,
otters and wild boar see themselves caught between asphalt and concrete
each and every year, to serve as 'nature spotting thrill' for humans,
and on top of that be hunted down, run over by cars, shot or poisoned,
all on behalf of an industry which is called 'nature conservation' or
'-management'. Due to this reality, elves that get tagged by keyboard
warriors as 'extreme' and 'counterproductive' are proud of receiving
such moral criticism."