26th September, Belgium.

Received anonymously via email:

“In the night of September 26Th 4 antispeciesist activists liberated 8 rabbits from a breeder farm in Belgium.

Thousands of rabbits are kept here in caged systems, from newborns who stay 6 weeks until their slaughter, to male breeder rabbits used as artificial insemination sperm donors.
We’re sorry we couldn’t carry more as we had to walk trough ditches, through cornfields and encounter bulls in the field.

A re-visit is planned. Now all rabbits have a chance to live somewhere where they are loved and cherished. Some little rabbits even jumped for joy as they came into their new home that night.

We encourage everyone to lobby to end these cage systems and ridiculous welfare ‘park’ systems, and plea for a total ban on rabbit meat in stores.

Get active. Take action. Empty all cages.”


Late summer, USA.

Received anonymously via email:

“Late this summer animal liberation activists carried out two raids on fur farms in Idaho and Utah. Fencing was ripped down and nearly 2,000 mink were released allowing them to clamor toward freedom. Both farms sat near the edges of mostly undeveloped public lands, allowing plenty of habitat for the newly freed native predators.
Walking through a large field, quietly climbing a barbed wire cattle fence, and crossing the road in clear view of the house associated with the first farm proved easy. It became clear there was no visible electronic security, and the activists bet heavily that the faint barking was from a neighbor’s property, or at least from a dog contained within the fur farmer’s house.
Cage after cage, row after row, shed after shed, latches were opened and nesting boxes removed allowing the mink to escape to their rightful home. They spaced out the releases in order to disperse the noise from disturbed mink away from a singular location. The surreal and beautiful moment where the mink explored in the moonlight will be carried in the hearts of those that gazed upon them for a lifetime. The approving chorus from coyotes in the nearby hills still echo in their ears.

Days later, these activists found themselves before another sprawling fur farm complex. Watching for nearly an hour to be sure there was no movement from within the compound, they sat patiently, preparing to penetrate the property and rip down another fence. As they sat they could hear the scratching and faint chirping of imprisoned mink.
Beneath a bright moon, nearly full and neon pink behind the haze from the massive nearby wildfires, they proceeded to the perimeter. Cutting vertically though the chain link from top to bottom in two places 20’ apart, they prepared the fence to be felled by just a few quick snips along the top when the time came. This helped disguise the preparations should a security vehicle pass. The small wire cutters they thought to pack this time also quickened their work on the chicken wire at the base.
Several sheds were completely emptied. Its previous inhabitants were much more lively than the last farm too – screaming, running, and climbing the eight foot tall perimeter fence. More than 1100 were released and then the fence was toppled for all to make their escape.

Caging the wild is a heinous offense against life – against freedom. Every cage is worth emptying, and to begin this work is not difficult. Pressure from animal liberation activists, a declining demand for the products and economic downswings have come together to push the archaic fur industry further than ever towards full collapse. Wiping fur farms off the landscape is a worthy and attainable goal. What’s needed now is for the reader to reflect on what is stopping them from picking up where others left off.

As the fur industry teeters on the brink of collapse these efforts intend to push it over the edge. At this point, actually, finding operational farms seems to be one of the hardest parts. The rest is straight forward.

These activists lamented at one point that this activity wasn’t better training for assailing human prisons, too, but know any action can sharpen skills useful for confronting every industry.”


8th September, France.

VIA: BiteBack Magazine

“In France around September 8th, 2020.
We had been thinking about it for a while now, we had to get on it, because if we didn’t, we knew no one else would do it for us.
We have prepared ourselves. and we went there. Dressed all in black, gloved, masked, and armed with our determination and our rage against speciesism. We had only one thought in mind : destroy what allows them to kill.
We dismantled 4 hunting towers and we filmed ourselves to make the resistance visible. We want to show the oppressors that they will not be able to continue their murders with impunity, and motivate other antispeciesists to take action now.
You just need to find accomplices in this struggle, or to act alone, to know the basics of the security culture, to equip yourself, and to get outside, where non-human animals are persecuted.
While the change in lifestyle remains significant, it is insufficient in the face of the daily atrocities that non-human animals endure in captivity or in the wild. Let’s not be afraid to confront the oppressors and the State directly, because our demands are fair, and must be taken seriously, otherwise the struggle is doomed to failure.
For a fairer world for all.

“En France aux alentours du 8 septembre 2020.
Cela faisait déjà quelques temps que nous y pensions, il fallait que l’on s’y mette, car si nous ne le faisions pas, nous savions que personne d’autre ne le ferait à notre place.
Nous nous sommes préparé.e.s. et nous y sommes allé.e.s. Habillé.e.s tout en noir, ganté.e.s, masqué.e.s, et armé.e.s de notre détermination et de notre rage contre le spécisme. Nous n’avions qu’une seule idée en tête : détruire ce qui leur sert à tuer.
Nous avons démantelé 4 tours de chasse et nous nous sommes filmé.e.s pour visibiliser la résistance. On souhaite montrer aux oppress.eurs.euses qu’iels ne pourront pas continuer leurs meurtres impunément, et donner envie aux autres antispécistes de passer à l’action dès maintenant.
Il suffit simplement de trouver des complices de lutte, ou d’agir seul.e, de connaître les bases de la culture de sécurité, de s’équiper, et de foutre les pieds dehors, là où les animaux non-humains sont persécutés.
Même si le changement de mode de vie reste important, il est insuffisant face aux atrocités quotidiennes que subissent les animaux non-humains en captivité ou en liberté. N’ayons pas peur de se confronter directement aux oppress.eurs.euses et à l’Etat, car nos revendications sont justes, et doivent être prises au sérieux, sans quoi la lutte est vouée à l’échec.
Pour un monde plus juste pour toutes et tous.


August and September, France.

received anonymously via email:

“Several offensive actions during August and September in Ile de France, Maine et Loire, Loire Atlantique and Mayenne:

Hunting towers were destroyed, farms spray painted and six geese were rescued.

As long as the truth is not restored, as long as the victims of the specism are not at peace, you won’t have it either.
Animalist resistance will never stop.”


18th September, Online.

VIA: innocentbadger.is

“Anonymous Communique recieved:

When we first read about the Carcase Management System (CMS) website back in February after a leak from the NFU, we knew the secrets it held would be priceless to the anti cull movement. All of the cage trappers, free shooters and assorted badger cull helpers all log, all of their badger killing information onto a single website. Locations searched for badger setts are logged, as are kills, who did the killing, what time etc etc.

Thanks to some obvious clues in metadata it was only minutes before we discovered the url: www.ggkkzz.info/Accounts

Since that discovery back in February we have been gaining regular access to the site, pushing deeper and further into huge piles of data including crime reports, shooters identities, locations of kills and email addresses of those involved.

On Tuesday, the NFU IT people finally spotted us and have since made some minor adjustments to try and protect the site. But unfortunately for them it is too little, too late, we are in the system and will continue to edit and scrape data, we were also changing records (including crime reports) as they come in. This year’s data on kills sent to Natural England will be based on our false reports, making the continuation of the cull completely pointless.

Going through the records of shooters, we were not completely surprised to find Fieldsports TV presenter Charlie Jacoby had attempted to kill badgers back in 2017, although he went out on 4 different occasions, he never actually managed to shoot any badgers. (see the image above)

Every shooter and cage trapper and helper who is involved in the badger cull has to log on to this system, using their email addresses which we now have. Attached are just a handful, we will be releasing more of the data in the coming days and weeks.”


22nd August, Netherlands

received anonymously via email:

“Four shooting structures destroyed in the south of the Netherlands
around august 22th.”