ANIMAL rights activists aim to destroy farms in spite of their working towards better animal welfare.
PETA activists invade barns in Lower Saxony, Germany spreading fear and terror amongst local farmers.
Extremists are taking sensational photographs and videos, intending to lure livestock producers into violent clashes.
They later publish the obtained media on the Internet to attract global media coverage.
PETA also uses the pictures to pursue their vegan agenda and lower the demand for animal products.
Minister of Agriculture for Lower Saxony, Christian Meyer says that the authorities are fully aware of activists’ actions.
Mr. Meyer stated: “The control of farms is a matter for the state and not for animal rights activists.”
“With “manipulated and one-sided video recordings”, the animal rights movement provoked a “bear service” to their concerns, because farmers are outspoken in the fact that they are improving animal welfare.
“What is also clear is the same supposed “animal allies” who protest loudly about photos of sheep and cattle put on the Internet, which were cruelly directed by their predators.”