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MessageSujet: Re: CIRCUS    Jeu 2 Aoû - 11:45

25 JULY 2012

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Take Action to Help Ailing Elephants Now


Imagine if you had to walk to work every day while suffering from a debilitating medical condition that caused your joints to ache and your feet to throb. At work, you'd be kept on your feet constantly and forced to perform physical labor for long shifts. You'd be given no chance to recuperate (much less retire), and when you slowed down or balked, your boss would hit you with something resembling a fireplace poker or would stick the pointy end of the instrument under your chin and drag you around. When you weren't working, you would live in chains and wouldn't be given any medication for pain.

That's pretty much what life is like for Karen, Nicole, and Sara—three elephants who are shunted from town to town by Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus.

Recently, independent exotic-animal veterinarians and a retired elephant manager, with nearly 100 years of combined experience, observed the elephants while the circus was in Charlotte. According to their official reports, all three elephants are suffering from lameness—a painful condition that can be made worse by the awkward contortions required to perform circus tricks and by a meager "life" on the road. Nicole and Karen also suffer from arthritis, and Sara, who is only 10 years old, is well on her way to developing the disease. Ringling has ignored all recommendations that Nicole be excluded from performing certain routines, and now she is in such poor physical condition that experts insist that keeping her on the road constitutes "unnecessary cruelty."

Elephants are meant to move about, roaming for miles over grass and soft terrain and engaging in activities that come naturally to them. These hurting girls are not meant to stand on urine- and feces-covered cement for hours on end or to be beaten and forced by Ringling to perform harmful, unnatural tricks that strain their aching muscles and joints.

Please take a minute of your time to help spare Karen, Nicole, and Sara from additional suffering by politely urging Secretary of Agriculture Thomas J. Vilsack to stop folding to pressure from Ringling and to immediately seize these ailing elephants before it's too late—foot disorders and arthritis are the leading reasons for euthanasia in captive elephants.

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* (Edit Letter Below) I was shocked to learn that the USDA continues to allow Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus to force elephants who are suffering from painful and crippling arthritic conditions to perform grueling circus tricks in its shows. Recent observations by veterinarians and elephant experts have shown that nothing has improved for Karen, Nicole, and Sara--three elephants with Ringling who continue to exhibit serious lameness and stiffness.

This unjust and illegal cruelty cannot continue to be ignored. These endangered Asian elephants have no hope at a healthy life unless the USDA--which, after all, is the government agency responsible for monitoring their welfare--steps in. The circus has made it very clear that turning a profit comes first, even if means that the animals must suffer. Please make the responsible decision to act on the abundance of information and immediately seize all ailing elephants from Ringling.

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MessageSujet: Re: CIRCUS    Dim 9 Sep - 9:46

September 28, 2010

Ailing Elephants Forced to Perform


Imagine if you had to walk to work every day while suffering from a debilitating medical condition that caused your joints to ache and your feet to throb. At work, you'd be kept on your feet constantly and forced to perform physical labor for long shifts. You'd be given no chance to recuperate (much less retire), and when you slowed down or balked, your boss would hit you with something resembling a fireplace poker or stick the pointy end of the instrument under your chin and drag you around. When you weren't working, you would live in chains and wouldn't be given any medication for pain.


That's pretty much what life is like for Karen, Nicole, Bonnie, and Minyak—four elephants who are shunted from town to town by Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus.


Please click here to join us in asking the U.S. Department of Agriculture to immediately seize these ailing elephants before it's too late—foot disorders and arthritis are the leading causes of euthanasia in captive elephants.


Thank you for standing up for Karen, Nicole, Bonnie, and Minyak!

http://www.ringlingbeatsanimals.com/?c=causesringlinglame0910
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MessageSujet: Re: CIRCUS    Dim 9 Sep - 9:47

December 1st, 2010

Tokio Hotel Says 'No' To Circuses

Although their success in the U.S. is only just starting to grow, in many other parts of the world, the members of the German rock band Tokio Hotel are already bona fide superstars, with millions of albums sold worldwide. And with four number one singles and an MTV Video Music Award (VMA) for Best New Artist under their belt, it won't be long before they take over America's airwaves. Of course, thanks to peta2, you'll be able to say that you knew about them first. Check out Tokio Hotel’s PSA to learn more and then take our pledge to boycott circuses that use animals!


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Speaking of the VMAs, Tokio Hotel first caught the attention of peta2 staffers and supporters after the band's red-carpet arrival at the awards show back in 2008. The group of heartthrobs demanded attention by rolling up to Paramount Studios in Hollywood while standing on top of a head-turning monster truck. It was a much-welcome alternative to T-Pain's tasteless entrance, which neither the members of Tokio Hotel nor peta2 were pleased about. Of T-Pain's arrival, the band's lead vocalist, Bill Kaulitz, said, "It was sheer cruelty—it was that." Tokio Hotel guitarist (and Bill's brother) Tom Kaulitz added, "I hate zoos and circuses. People shouldn't take their children to either one."

We couldn't agree more. Animals in circuses are denied everything that is natural and important to them. Taken from their mothers only a few weeks after birth, baby elephants are tied down, locked in chains, physically and mentally abused, and struck with sharp metal bullhooks, all so that they can be forced to perform unnatural and often painful tricks. Animals are not here for our entertainment and do not belong in cages or circus tents. The tragic loss of many animal and human lives in circuses has proven this point.

Take a stand against this injustice by sharing this information with your friends and pledging never to attend circuses that use animals.

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Elephants and other animals in circuses are kept in chains for days on end, beaten with bullhooks, denied everything that is natural and important to them, and forced to endure a life of misery--all for the sake of a few meaningless tricks. By signing my name, I pledge never to attend a circus that uses animals.
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MessageSujet: Re: CIRCUS    Dim 9 Sep - 9:47

December 21, 2009

In June 2009, PETA Germany asked Princess Stephanie of Monaco to use her influence as patron of the International Circus Festival and urge organisers to stop using wild animals. It is not yet clear whether wild animals will continue to be exhibited, but we urgently need your help to show the organisers that their festival is spectacular enough without animals! The suffering of animals in circuses is an issue that has been addressed in many European countries, with Austria, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, and Sweden all having banned wild animals in circuses.
Training wild animals is only possible through violence and pressure. Investigators for PETA US and our other international affiliates have consistently discovered that circus workers beat elephants, tigers and other wild animals in their face or on their head, ears, trunks, legs and other parts of their bodies with bullhooks and other objects .
Highly intelligent and sensitive animals are transported thousands of miles through all weather conditions in boxes that are not sufficiently ventilated. When they are not being forced to perform, these animals are locked up in tiny cages or chained in plastic tents – instead of swimming in rivers, climbing trees or roaming with their herds. Deprived of everything that is natural and important to them, they often develop stereotypic behaviour patterns and die prematurely. Please support our efforts to end the suffering of these animals by writing to the festival organisers and asking them to leave the cruelty out of the circus.

http://action.peta.org.uk/ea-campaign/clientcampaign.do?ea.client.id=5&ea.campaign.id=5252

Urge 34th International Circus Festival of Monte Carlo to Stop Using Wild Animals

Keep animals out of the circus!

In June 2009, PETA Germany asked Princess Stephanie of Monaco to use her influence as patron of the International Circus Festival and urge organisers to stop using wild animals. Lions, elephants and sealions are going to be performing at the festival, but we urgently need your help to show the organisers that their festival is spectacular enough without animals! The suffering of animals in circuses is an issue that has been addressed in many European countries, with Austria, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and Sweden all having banned wild animals in circuses.

Training wild animals is only possible through violence and pressure. Investigators for PETA US and our other international affiliates have consistently discovered that circus workers beat elephants, tigers and other wild animals in their face or on their head, ears, trunks, legs and other parts of their bodies with bullhooks and other objects.

Highly intelligent and sensitive animals are transported thousands of miles through all weather conditions in boxes that are not sufficiently ventilated. When they are not being forced to perform, these animals are locked up in tiny cages or chained in plastic tents – instead of swimming in rivers, climbing trees or roaming with their herds. Deprived of everything that is natural and important to them, they often develop stereotypic behaviour patterns and die prematurely.

Please support our efforts to end the suffering of these animals by writing to the festival organisers and asking them to leave the cruelty out of the circus.

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MessageSujet: Re: CIRCUS    Dim 9 Sep - 9:49

News du 4 septembre 2007 : Remove Tonka and Luna From Travel With Ringling!




The Plight of Tonka and Luna

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Luna and Tonka, two elephants traveling with Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, urgently need your help. Apparently considered too dangerous and unpredictable to walk from the train to the arena with the other elephants, Luna and Tonka are usually trucked instead. This denies Luna and Tonka the brief opportunity to stretch their legs and walk after spending up to several days chained in cramped, filthy boxcars.
The misery that Luna and Tonka endure week after week is unacceptable. If Luna and Tonka are so dangerous that they aren't always allowed to walk with the other elephants, they shouldn't be on the road at all.
Please help Tonka and Luna. Write to the USDA and urge the agency to remove Tonka and Luna from travel!
Tonka and Luna have suffered similar abuse at the hands of the circus industry. Twenty-three-year-old Tonka was born at Circus World—a failed circus theme park built by the owner of Ringling, who sold it to the Mattel toy company (hence the name Tonka).
Luna was born in 1984 at a circus trainer's facility. Before she was even 1 year old, both she and Tonka were transferred to Bobby Moore's Performing Elephants, where they stayed until their transfer to Ringling about 18 years ago.
In 2006, PETA's circus monitors saw signs that trouble was brewing for these two elephants, described by former Ringling employees as especially dangerous. Not only did we see handlers repeatedly yelling at Luna and Tonka, we also videotaped a handler leaving a bloody bullhook wound behind Tonka's earflap and a handler embedding a bullhook into her chin.
The circus is no place for animals. In the wild, elephants roam for many miles a day, play in the mud, swim in ponds, and spend time with their loved ones. In circuses, elephants are beaten and gouged with sharp metal bullhooks. They spend their lives in chains, being dragged around the country and forced to perform tricks that are confusing and unnatural to them.
Since Ringling refuses to do right by Tonka and Luna and remove these elephants from travel, we are asking the USDA to step in. Please contact the USDA and politely demand that action be taken to get Tonka and Luna off the road!
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MessageSujet: Re: CIRCUS    Dim 9 Sep - 9:49

News du 1er mars 2008 :

You Can Help Animals Abused for 'Entertainment'‏

Few speak out as loudly or as effectively for elephants, tigers, and other animals who are forced to perform in circuses and other forms of "entertainment" as PETA. With your immediate support, we will be able to escalate the fight against the fear and abuse that animals in the entertainment industry often endure.

https://ebiz.isiservices.com/peta-e/peta/donation.asp?section_code=C08M186Q&ask4=--25-35-50-100-o

Our work for these animals gets results, and their abusers know it.

For years, PETA has fought against the hideous cruelty that takes place behind the scenes at Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. We've recorded eyewitness accounts of a savage beating of an elephant by Ringling's head elephant trainer, taken sworn statements concerning animal abuse from former circus employees, and documented dozens of alleged federal violations related to animal care.

Thanks to your support, Ringling has been losing ground not just with authorities and the public but also with corporate sponsors.

https://ebiz.isiservices.com/peta-e/peta/donation.asp?section_code=C08M186Q&ask4=--25-35-50-100-o

When PETA learned in 2007 that family—restaurant chain Denny's was partnering with Ringling, we immediately sprung into action. After multiple attempts to urge the corporation to sever its ties with these documented animal abusers went unheard, we launched a massive campaign in a way that only PETA can. We targeted the company through protests at Denny's headquarters, mailings to every Denny's restaurant in the country, a spoof Web site, thousands of calls and e-mails from our supporters, and even a shareholder resolution calling on the company to end its affiliation with Ringling.

Weeks ago, we learned that—thanks to your invaluable support and after a little more than five months of campaigning—Denny's has ended its partnership with Ringling. The company now joins MasterCard, Visa, Liz Claiborne, and Sears, Roebuck & Co., which have all ended their sponsorships of Ringling as a result of PETA's efforts.

Despite important victories like this one, the long history of Ringling animal abuse that PETA has uncovered, and ever-dwindling attendance for its shows, the circus still refuses to retire its animal acts.

With your generous contribution today, PETA can continue to pressure Ringling and other circuses to stop the abuse of elephants, tigers, horses, and other animals and cancel animal performances for good.

Thank you for all you've done to help with this important win in the fight against Ringling's cruelty and for everything you do to help end the abuse of animals in the name of "entertainment."
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MessageSujet: Re: CIRCUS    Dim 9 Sep - 9:50

News du 09 juin 2008 :

PETA's undercover investigators have obtained disturbing video footage of the horrific abuse inflicted on animals in circuses :

http://www.petatv.com/tvpopup/Prefs.asp?video=training_and_tragedy_revamp_3-08

In the footage, Tim Frisco—an animal care director in the Carson & Barnes Circus—instructs would-be trainers to use steel&-tipped bullhooks to force elephants to perform tricks. Frisco embeds the sharp metal hook into an elephant's sensitive skin, causing her to bellow in pain, as he says, "Sink that hook into 'em. When you hear that screaming, then you know you got their attention!"

I know how upset this image of elephant abuse must make you, but we must not look away. The suffering of animals in circuses is covered up and ignored. It is up to PETA and caring people like you to vigilantly confront this abuse—and its perpetrators. I need your help to stop this cruelty and make sure that the perpetrators are punished. :

https://ebiz.isiservices.com/peta-e/peta/donation.asp?section_code=H08Q671U&ask4=--25-35-50-100-o

Frisco, the man we caught on tape, learned his barbaric training methods from his father, who was himself a former trainer for the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. Ringling has long been an unrepentant abuser of animals, but the following PETA victories demonstrate the difference that your generous support can make:

https://ebiz.isiservices.com/peta-e/peta/donation.asp?section_code=H08Q671U&ask4=--25-35-50-100-o

We're driving away Ringling's national sponsors. Grocery chain Harris Teeter has informed us that it will follow other major corporations—including Denny's, MasterCard, Visa, Liz Claiborne, Lukoil, and Sears, Roebuck & Co.—in distancing itself from the trail of dead animals that follows the circus.

We've uncovered evidence that has prompted the U.S. Department of Agriculture to open six investigations into Ringling's possible violations of the Animal Welfare Act.

Our constant presence has given several former Ringling employees the courage to come forward and tell the public about the systematic cruelty that they witnessed. This has given the circus another black eye—and it's convincing compassionate families to spend their money elsewhere.

For the last two years, PETA's circus monitors tracked the circus at every stop. Day and night, they kept their cameras rolling. It was difficult and sometimes dangerous work. Our staffers were threatened and even attacked by Ringling employees, but we continued our work to protect these exploited animals. And we're showing the video footage shot by our monitors to officials of businesses and major cities like Chicago. We're showing them what Ringling doesn't want ticket buyers, corporate partners, and government authorities to see.

By donating to PETA online today, you can help us keep the pressure on Ringling and all circuses that use animals and make it clear that you will not tolerate the torture and humiliation of these sensitive, beautiful animals for the sake of entertainment. :

https://ebiz.isiservices.com/peta-e/peta/donation.asp?section_code=H08Q671U&ask4=--25-35-50-100-o

Thank you for speaking up for these often forgotten victims of the entertainment industry. Your voice and support can provide these animals with hope.

What makes our video documentation even more disturbing is the knowledge that this is how circuses treat animals every single day. :

http://www.petatv.com/tvpopup/Prefs.asp?video=training_and_tragedy_revamp_3-08

How else could they get them to perform such confusing, painful, and dangerous stunts? It's time to retire these abusive animal acts permanently. Can I count on your help today? :

https://ebiz.isiservices.com/peta-e/peta/donation.asp?section_code=H08Q671U&ask4=--25-35-50-100-o

Two ways that you can help animals abused in circuses :

Make as generous a gift as you can to support Peta's vital work to expose- and stop- circus cruelty. :

https://ebiz.isiservices.com/peta-e/peta/donation.asp?section_code=H08Q671U&ask4=--25-35-50-100-o

Show this shocking video to your friends and family so that they can see firsthand how circuses abuse elephants to make them perform. :

http://getactive.peta.org/PETA/join-forward.html?domain=PETA&r=zdXI7L1qN-g6&
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MessageSujet: Re: CIRCUS    Dim 9 Sep - 9:50

Noticia del 5 de octubre de 2008 :

Imagine you are a little boy or girl, and you are enslaved and forced to work. You get no rest, you are far, far away from your home with not the slightest comfort or attention, and living in deplorable conditions. They shove disgusting food at you and you have no chance to share your pain with other people like yourself or who could understand what you are going through. On top of all that, you can't tell your captors how much it hurts, because they don't communicate the way you do, and besides they aren't interested in listening to you or knowing how much you are suffering.


Every single day, at least twice, they dress you in their ridiculous garish outfits, and one of their hangmen forces you onto a stage where they prod your body to move in ways foreign to you, performing acts that you have learned through extreme methods of torture. While you do this, there is a mass of humanity laughing, shouting and dazzling you with bright lights which frighten you; you fear for your life every time you have to go through this painful act.



Unlike your mum, who you can see is even sadder than you, and each day more resigned to die, and deeper in desperation . . . you still harbour the illusion of a different life … and one night when you get the chance, you break out of your prison and escape. …



But you don't know the outside world, it's not your world, and a car knocks you down and kills you.



Last night Hilda was run over on the highway between Mexico and Tulancingo, just outside the town of Ecatepec where one of the many travelling circuses had set up to perform and torture animals. Maybe Hilda's suffering ended when she was killed, but no doubt the circus will soon replace her with another like her who will suffer the same torments.



As if that weren't enough, all they said on the news was that Hilda 'caused' a serious accident on the highway.



They say that elephants have a prodigious memory. Say a little prayer for Hilda, and don't forget what happened to her on this day.



NEVER GO TO A CIRCUS THAT USES ANIMALS FOR ENTERTAINMENT.
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MessageSujet: Re: CIRCUS    Dim 9 Sep - 9:51

October 27, 2009

Connecticut speaks out for the animals at Ringling Circus in Bridgeport

Please join with In Defense of Animals, PETA, CT for Animals, Compassion in Entertainment, and other concerned groups and citizens to speak out against the miserable lives of the animals in the Ringling Brothers’ and Barnum & Bailey Circus as it plays in Bridgeport, CT – the home of PT Barnum himself.
The Arena at Harbor Yard
600 Main St. Bridgeport, CT.
http://www.arenaatharboryard.com/
We will be holding signs and distributing informational literature at the following times:
Oct. 29, Thurs. @ 6:00 pm for the 7:30 show
Oct. 30, Fri. @ 9 am for the 10:30 students’ show AND @ 6:00 pm for the 7:30 show
Oct. 31, Sat. @ 4:00 pm to inform people coming out of the 2:00 show AND going into the 6:30 show
Nov. 1, Sun. @ 2:45 pm to inform people coming out of the 1:00 show AND going into the 5:00 show
The animals need your voice to end their suffering!
Please call <860> 836-7761 with questions.

In Defense of Animals, located in San Rafael, Calif., is an international animal protection organization with more than 85,000 members and supporters dedicated to ending the abuse and exploitation of animals by protecting their rights and welfare. IDA's efforts include educational events, cruelty investigations, boycotts, grassroots activism, and hands-on rescue through our sanctuaries in Mississippi, Mumbai, India, and Cameroon, Africa.
In Defense of Animals is a registered 5013 non-profit organization. We welcome your feedback and appreciate your donations. Please join today! All donations to IDA are tax-deductible.
In Defense of Animals
3010 Kerner, San Rafael, CA 94901
Tel. <415> 448-0048 Fax <415> 454-1031
idainfo@idausa.org
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December 17, 2009

Imagine you are a little boy or girl, and you are enslaved and forced to work. You get no rest, you are far, far away from your home with not the slightest comfort or attention, and living in deplorable conditions. They shove disgusting food at you and you have no chance to share your pain with other people like yourself or who could understand what you are going through. On top of all that, you can't tell your captors how much it hurts, because they don't communicate the way you do, and besides they aren't interested in listening to you or knowing how much you are suffering.

Every single day, at least twice, they dress you in their ridiculous garish outfits, and one of their hangmen forces you onto a stage where they prod your body to move in ways foreign to you, performing acts that you have learned through extreme methods of torture. While you do this, there is a mass of humanity laughing, shouting and dazzling you with bright lights which frighten you, you fear for your life every time you have to go through this painful act.

Unlike your mum, who you can see is even sadder than you, and each day more resigned to die, and deeper in desperation . . . you still harbour the illusion of a different life … and one night when you get the chance, you break out of your prison and escape. …

But you don't know the outside world, it's not your world, and a car knocks you down and kills you.

Last night Hilda was run over on the highway between Mexico and Tulancingo, just outside the town of Ecatepec where one of the many travelling circuses had set up to perform and torture animals. Maybe Hilda's suffering ended when she was killed, but no doubt the circus will soon replace her with another like her who will suffer the same torments.

As if that weren't enough, all they said on the news was that Hilda 'caused' a serious accident on the highway.

They say that elephants have a prodigious memory. Say a little prayer for Hilda, and don't forget what happened to her on this day.

NEVER GO TO A CIRCUS THAT USES ANIMALS FOR ENTERTAINMENT.
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