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Old September 24th, 2003, 02:21 PM
Rainer Wolfcastle
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Default Ride The Aussie Death Ship Of Animal Cruelty(was Hey Australia - How Many of The 60,000 Sheep Did You Tourture or Kill Today?

Avoid Australia. They allow ships filled with 60,000 sheep to be
tortured on long deasth ship voyages to nowhere. See below. Tell you
friends what a TRULY EVIL country Australia is.

(Rainer Wolfcastle) wrote in message . com...
I guess they papers are saying 50,000 today. Did you murder 10,000
yesterday?

Lying & cruel Aussies.


http://www.abc.net.au/ra/newstories/...ies_952215.htm
http://www.theage.com.au/articles/20...082991895.html


SYDNEY, Australia -- Animal welfare groups are demanding that more
than 50,000 sheep marooned aboard a ship in the Persian Gulf be
humanely slaughtered as soon as possible.

The sheep had originally been destined for Saudi Arabia but
authorities there refused to allow the ship to dock, citing an
outbreak of disease among some of the animals on board.

That was six weeks ago.

Now, with temperatures soaring aboard the Dutch-owned MV Cormo
Express, Australian animal welfare groups are demanding the animals be
humanely killed before they succumb to infection and heat exhaustion.

"It's going to become a floating charnel house soon enough," RSPCA
Australia president High Wirth said, adding that the situation on the
boat had become "really desperate."

The case has attracted widespread media attention in Australia with
newspapers dubbing the vessel "the ship of death."

Saudi authorities refused to accept the sheep because some of the
animals were suffering from a low-grade infection known as scabby
mouth disease.

The percent of the shipment infected is disputed by Australia, which
has since sought to find an alternative port for the sheep -- even
offering them for free to anyone in the region willing to take them.

So far, that offer has drawn a blank.

In the meantime Australia has suspended shipments of livestock to the
Middle East pending efforts to negotiate a deal with the Saudis
guaranteeing that all future exports will be unloaded.

No entry
On Tuesday Pakistan became the third country to refuse to accept the
sheep after authorities in the United Arab Emirates also blocked entry
to the vessel.

That prompted to animal welfare groups to call for the sheep to be
swiftly and humanely killed to end their suffering.

"The only way to end the suffering is to have them dead. It's either
do it on board or find a port...and send them to an abattoir," RSPCA
Australia's Hugh Wirth said.

According to another welfare group, Animals Australia, the ship has a
"captive bolt gun" on board, which could be used to stun the sheep
before their throats are cut.

The group's executive director, Glenys Oogjes, told Reuters the
carcasses could then be fed into a destroyer, or macerator, on board
and the remains could be mixed with water before being pumped into the
sea in international waters.

Australia is the world's largest exporter of live animals, with Saudi
Arabia being its principal market.

The trade is worth millions of dollars a year to Australian farmers
but animal welfare groups say it causes unnecessary suffering to the
animals during their transportation and after their arrival in the
Middle East.

  #13  
Old September 24th, 2003, 02:44 PM
Rainer Wolfcastle
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Default Hey Cruel Aussies-How Many Sheep Did You Torture Today? ( Hey Australia - How Many of The 60,000 Sheep Did You Tourture or Kill Today?

Hey you Aussie vermim - how many sheep did you torture today?


More on Australia's cruel death industry:

http://www.abc.net.au/worldtoday/con...03/s952952.htm

(Rainer Wolfcastle) wrote in message . com...
(Rainer Wolfcastle) wrote in message . com...
I guess they papers are saying 50,000 today. Did you murder 10,000
yesterday?

Lying & cruel Aussies.


http://www.abc.net.au/ra/newstories/...ies_952215.htm
http://www.theage.com.au/articles/20...082991895.html


SYDNEY, Australia -- Animal welfare groups are demanding that more
than 50,000 sheep marooned aboard a ship in the Persian Gulf be
humanely slaughtered as soon as possible.

The sheep had originally been destined for Saudi Arabia but
authorities there refused to allow the ship to dock, citing an
outbreak of disease among some of the animals on board.

That was six weeks ago.

Now, with temperatures soaring aboard the Dutch-owned MV Cormo
Express, Australian animal welfare groups are demanding the animals be
humanely killed before they succumb to infection and heat exhaustion.

"It's going to become a floating charnel house soon enough," RSPCA
Australia president High Wirth said, adding that the situation on the
boat had become "really desperate."

The case has attracted widespread media attention in Australia with
newspapers dubbing the vessel "the ship of death."

Saudi authorities refused to accept the sheep because some of the
animals were suffering from a low-grade infection known as scabby
mouth disease.

The percent of the shipment infected is disputed by Australia, which
has since sought to find an alternative port for the sheep -- even
offering them for free to anyone in the region willing to take them.

So far, that offer has drawn a blank.

In the meantime Australia has suspended shipments of livestock to the
Middle East pending efforts to negotiate a deal with the Saudis
guaranteeing that all future exports will be unloaded.

No entry
On Tuesday Pakistan became the third country to refuse to accept the
sheep after authorities in the United Arab Emirates also blocked entry
to the vessel.

That prompted to animal welfare groups to call for the sheep to be
swiftly and humanely killed to end their suffering.

"The only way to end the suffering is to have them dead. It's either
do it on board or find a port...and send them to an abattoir," RSPCA
Australia's Hugh Wirth said.

According to another welfare group, Animals Australia, the ship has a
"captive bolt gun" on board, which could be used to stun the sheep
before their throats are cut.

The group's executive director, Glenys Oogjes, told Reuters the
carcasses could then be fed into a destroyer, or macerator, on board
and the remains could be mixed with water before being pumped into the
sea in international waters.

Australia is the world's largest exporter of live animals, with Saudi
Arabia being its principal market.

The trade is worth millions of dollars a year to Australian farmers
but animal welfare groups say it causes unnecessary suffering to the
animals during their transportation and after their arrival in the
Middle East.


Sick Aussie *******s.

  #14  
Old September 24th, 2003, 02:46 PM
Rainer Wolfcastle
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Default Australia-How Many Sheep Will You Torture Today? Australia's Cruel Death Industry You Tourture or Kill Today?

Aussie animal torture is a big industry "down under." Down under also
refers to hell where Australia's animal torturers should go.

http://www.abc.net.au/worldtoday/con...03/s952952.htm

Monsters.

(Rainer Wolfcastle) wrote in message . com...
(Rainer Wolfcastle) wrote in message . com...
I guess they papers are saying 50,000 today. Did you murder 10,000
yesterday?

Lying & cruel Aussies.


http://www.abc.net.au/ra/newstories/...ies_952215.htm
http://www.theage.com.au/articles/20...082991895.html


SYDNEY, Australia -- Animal welfare groups are demanding that more
than 50,000 sheep marooned aboard a ship in the Persian Gulf be
humanely slaughtered as soon as possible.

The sheep had originally been destined for Saudi Arabia but
authorities there refused to allow the ship to dock, citing an
outbreak of disease among some of the animals on board.

That was six weeks ago.

Now, with temperatures soaring aboard the Dutch-owned MV Cormo
Express, Australian animal welfare groups are demanding the animals be
humanely killed before they succumb to infection and heat exhaustion.

"It's going to become a floating charnel house soon enough," RSPCA
Australia president High Wirth said, adding that the situation on the
boat had become "really desperate."

The case has attracted widespread media attention in Australia with
newspapers dubbing the vessel "the ship of death."

Saudi authorities refused to accept the sheep because some of the
animals were suffering from a low-grade infection known as scabby
mouth disease.

The percent of the shipment infected is disputed by Australia, which
has since sought to find an alternative port for the sheep -- even
offering them for free to anyone in the region willing to take them.

So far, that offer has drawn a blank.

In the meantime Australia has suspended shipments of livestock to the
Middle East pending efforts to negotiate a deal with the Saudis
guaranteeing that all future exports will be unloaded.

No entry
On Tuesday Pakistan became the third country to refuse to accept the
sheep after authorities in the United Arab Emirates also blocked entry
to the vessel.

That prompted to animal welfare groups to call for the sheep to be
swiftly and humanely killed to end their suffering.

"The only way to end the suffering is to have them dead. It's either
do it on board or find a port...and send them to an abattoir," RSPCA
Australia's Hugh Wirth said.

According to another welfare group, Animals Australia, the ship has a
"captive bolt gun" on board, which could be used to stun the sheep
before their throats are cut.

The group's executive director, Glenys Oogjes, told Reuters the
carcasses could then be fed into a destroyer, or macerator, on board
and the remains could be mixed with water before being pumped into the
sea in international waters.

Australia is the world's largest exporter of live animals, with Saudi
Arabia being its principal market.

The trade is worth millions of dollars a year to Australian farmers
but animal welfare groups say it causes unnecessary suffering to the
animals during their transportation and after their arrival in the
Middle East.


Sick Aussie *******s.

  #15  
Old September 24th, 2003, 03:49 PM
RIck Measham
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Default Ride The Aussie Death Ship Of Animal Cruelty(was Hey Australia - How Many of The 60,000 Sheep Did You Tourture or Kill Today?

Rainer Wolfcastle wrote:

Avoid Australia. They allow ships filled with 60,000 sheep to be
tortured on long deasth ship voyages to nowhere. See below. Tell you
friends what a TRULY EVIL country Australia is.


OK, you started out as an ill-informed ****. Now you're just a troll.

If you truly meant to inform people about Australia's evil-ness, why post to
aus.* newsgroups?

So now I'm crossing your bridge and kill-filing you.
  #16  
Old September 24th, 2003, 04:02 PM
[email protected]
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Default To Rainer Woflcastle [was Hey Australia etc]

On Wed, 24 Sep 2003 17:46:20 +1000, Craig Welch
wrote:

On Wed, 24 Sep 2003 01:07:24 -0500, wrote:

Please stop posting to rec.travel.australia+nz as it is of no
relevance to this newsgroup.


Please killfile threads in which you have no interest.


Not every news reader has the ability to killfile.

Some people have to pay for to get Usenet.

Cath

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Old September 24th, 2003, 04:43 PM
Tourette's
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Default Ride The Aussie Death Ship Of Animal Cruelty(was Hey Australia - How Many of The 60,000 Sheep Did You Tourture or Kill Today?


"Rainer Wolfcastle" wrote in message
om...
Avoid Australia. They allow ships filled with 60,000 sheep to be
tortured on long deasth ship voyages to nowhere. See below. Tell you
friends what a TRULY EVIL country Australia is.


http://www.moggies.co.uk/articles/se.../nz_rspca.html

Chew on that Rainer, you trolling buffoon.

---
Tourette's


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Old September 24th, 2003, 10:13 PM
Mike Price
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Default To Rainer Woflcastle [was Hey Australia etc]

On Wed, 24 Sep 2003 10:02:27 -0500, wrote:


Not every news reader has the ability to killfile.


Pretty sad sort of newsreader that doesn't
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Old September 24th, 2003, 10:41 PM
LDL
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Default Australia-How Many Sheep Will You Torture Today? Australia's Cruel Death Industry You Tourture or Kill Today?

Snip the bull**** out

It seems that you are the only person replying to yourself and not replying
to others in this forum.

Sharp as a bowling ball.


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Old September 24th, 2003, 10:59 PM
Thom
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Default Hey Australia - How Many of The 60,000 Sheep Did You Tourture or Kill Today?

On Wed, 24 Sep 2003 09:50:48 +0800, "Mosley Jones III"
wrote:


"Rainer Wolfcastle" wrote in message
. com...
I guess they papers are saying 50,000 today. Did you murder 10,000
yesterday?

Lying & cruel Aussies.


the sheep are on a Dutch boat and owned by Arabs,


The company is called VROOB b.l. and their website is
http://www.vroon.nl
Click on the FLEET button and you will get the sheep stuff.

it is you that is not interested in the welfare of the sheep, but in
vilifying Australians


Considering that 74% of Aussies opposed Bush's invasion of Iraq its a
puzzle why this guy hates us.

THOM






http://www.abc.net.au/ra/newstories/...ies_952215.htm
http://www.theage.com.au/articles/20...082991895.html


SYDNEY, Australia -- Animal welfare groups are demanding that more
than 50,000 sheep marooned aboard a ship in the Persian Gulf be
humanely slaughtered as soon as possible.

The sheep had originally been destined for Saudi Arabia but
authorities there refused to allow the ship to dock, citing an
outbreak of disease among some of the animals on board.

That was six weeks ago.

Now, with temperatures soaring aboard the Dutch-owned MV Cormo
Express, Australian animal welfare groups are demanding the animals be
humanely killed before they succumb to infection and heat exhaustion.

"It's going to become a floating charnel house soon enough," RSPCA
Australia president High Wirth said, adding that the situation on the
boat had become "really desperate."

The case has attracted widespread media attention in Australia with
newspapers dubbing the vessel "the ship of death."

Saudi authorities refused to accept the sheep because some of the
animals were suffering from a low-grade infection known as scabby
mouth disease.

The percent of the shipment infected is disputed by Australia, which
has since sought to find an alternative port for the sheep -- even
offering them for free to anyone in the region willing to take them.

So far, that offer has drawn a blank.

In the meantime Australia has suspended shipments of livestock to the
Middle East pending efforts to negotiate a deal with the Saudis
guaranteeing that all future exports will be unloaded.

No entry
On Tuesday Pakistan became the third country to refuse to accept the
sheep after authorities in the United Arab Emirates also blocked entry
to the vessel.

That prompted to animal welfare groups to call for the sheep to be
swiftly and humanely killed to end their suffering.

"The only way to end the suffering is to have them dead. It's either
do it on board or find a port...and send them to an abattoir," RSPCA
Australia's Hugh Wirth said.

According to another welfare group, Animals Australia, the ship has a
"captive bolt gun" on board, which could be used to stun the sheep
before their throats are cut.

The group's executive director, Glenys Oogjes, told Reuters the
carcasses could then be fed into a destroyer, or macerator, on board
and the remains could be mixed with water before being pumped into the
sea in international waters.

Australia is the world's largest exporter of live animals, with Saudi
Arabia being its principal market.

The trade is worth millions of dollars a year to Australian farmers
but animal welfare groups say it causes unnecessary suffering to the
animals during their transportation and after their arrival in the
Middle East.




 




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