(note: this picture is said to be about 20 years old. we hope to have a recent one shortly)
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This woman didn’t think she was making enough money in a veterinarian practice where she could help animals, so she is now making a generous 6-figure salary in the animal torture sector.
According to a confidential source,
Matt Miner’s Black Mask Studios published LIBERATOR comic series about young vigilantes taking action for abused animals has been picked up as a T-shirt at Hot Topic, with 30% of profits to benefit animal rescue work.
From the backup story ‘UNLOCKING’ in the LIBERATOR volume 1 trade paperback (written by Fabian Rangel, Jr., art by Jonathan Brandon Sawyer, colors by Doug Garbark and letters by Crank!) the shirt features Jeanette, the woman lead of the series, pondering her teenage years with the caption “I learned more about life from punk and hardcore records than I ever did at school.”
If you ever get tired of eating a traditional turkey dinner during Thanksgiving or boring old ham during Easter,or guinea fowl during Kwanzaa, maybe you should consider the other other white meat. It has been a long-standing tradition throughout the centuries to chow down on the slow simmered remains of our fallen enemies, but this culinary art form received little recognition in western culture. Like the tomato, which was once thought to be poisonous, human flesh is actually a very healthy alternative to the hormone-injected meat you find at your local supermarket, and eating a person is not a soul crushing sin like some conservative religions want you to believe. The fact is that human flesh is both flavorful and full of the essential nutrition our bodies need.
Source: Jane Velez-Mitchell
In Hendry County, Florida there’s a plan to open a new facility to breed thousands of monkeys for laboratory experiments. Critics have a variety of questions, like where those monkeys would come from.
Florida state senator Dwight Bullard, whose district includes Hendry County and who is a member of the Committee on Environmental Preservation and Conservation, expressed his concerns to Jane in an on camera interview, asking “We’re talking about 3,000 primates. If 2 or 3 of them get loose, what does that mean?”
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By Aran Mathai and Camille Marino (Simulposted with Non-Humans First)
The philosophy of “Total Liberation” teaches that human rights equal animal rights, and that Animal Liberation activists need to build an inclusive liberation movement by aligning ourselves with the left to the exclusion of all other political affiliations. In theory, this may seem to make sense, but in reality in a world where 99% of the human race exploits non-human animals this is not only counterintuitive but grossly offensive. How can the issues of human beings that take part in the holocaust of over 50 billion animals a year for food alone be equal to those of innocent animals? How can we consider the interests of a single species (humans) equal to the 200 plant and animal species we cause to become extinct each day?
Source: Eleventh Hour for Animals
Gemini, holocaust number 11F22, is a female beagle/maltese that was born into slavery inside UF on June 15, 2011. At her birth, her vet records indicate she was strong and healthy. At the direction of vivisector Thomas J. Conlon, Gemini began being drugged as a puppy to induce Glycogen Storage Disease which, according to their own protocol, causes “enlarged livers” and “severe kidney complications,” and “seizures and even death.”
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Camille Marino will be speaking with Kevin Storm on Sunday about Eleventh Hour for Animals’ most recent exposes on the taxpayer-funded holocaust inside the University of Florida and other current events in Animal Liberation.
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Walter Bond is an imprisoned Animal Liberation Front operative who in the Summer of 2010 was arrested for the A.L.F. Lone Wolf arsons of the Sheepskin Factory in Denver, Colorado, the Tandy Leather Factory in Salt Lake City, Utah and Tiburon Restaurant in Sandy, Utah.
269Life is a movement which was founded on the 2nd of October 2012, and has since become an international phenomenon. Steadily growing, activists worldwide rally under its banner for animal liberation. About a year ago, 269Life activists began working on founding the first farm animal sanctuary in the whole middle east, and the first for the movement as well. An ideal piece of land has been procured in the northern part of Israel, and the dream has now become a reality. Everyday progress is made towards the sanctuary being ready to accommodate animals rescued from the routine and egregious horrors of the food industry and other kinds of institutionalized abuse.
Numerous undercover investigations have revealed the horrors taking place within the lab – animals being poisoned, primates being cut open without anaesthetic, puppies being punched in the face. HLS has become synonymous with cruelty and murder.
During the past decade, compassionate and fearless people have joined SHAC and dedicated themselves to saving those animals. We’ve all played our part in this revolutionary campaign. Through determination, anger and groundbreaking new tactics, we’ve decimated the finances and reputation of the massive multinational corporation HLS. With intelligence and hard work we’ve consistently found out which companies have been working with or funding HLS and then made them a target. As a result, hundreds of companies have pulled out of dealing with the lab, including some of the world’s largest and most powerful financial institutions.
Huntingdon Life Sciences have become the most protested animal testing lab in history. Thousands of actions have taken place against them – in one year alone, almost 800 demos took place.
Alongside the legal protests carried out by SHAC activists, there have been relentless and hard hitting ALF actions carried out against HLS’ suppliers, customers and financial backers. Courageous freedom fighters have risked breaking the law to commit direct action in the name of animals. In one example, 129 rabbits were liberated from Huntingdon’s supplier Highgate Rabbit Farm. On other occasions, 14 beagle dogs were liberated from HLS’ US site and a boat belonging to a Bank of America executive (they were providing financial services to HLS) was sunk, along with the message “money means nothing – life means everything”. These are just a few examples of the hundreds of actions that have taken place. Without the bravery and creativity of these activists, all of those rabbits and dogs would have been murdered in useless experiments and Bank of America would no doubt have continued supporting HLS.
It’s through this innovative combination of SHAC’s high profile lawful protest activity and the ALF’s unconventional, but highly effective tactics, that the campaign against Huntingdon Life Sciences has been so successful.
Right now HLS is over $100 million in debt, is struggling to win or keep customers, has steadily decreasing year end profits and is at serious risk of bankruptcy. The only reason they’ve survived this long is because of the UK government.
Due to vested interests in the vivisection and pharmaceutical industries and seeing the affect animal rights campaigners were having on HLS, the UK government stepped in and saved the laboratory from closure with a multi-million pound loan and private banking and insurance facilities. The authorities have also increasingly targeted SHAC campaigners with harassment, arrests, raids and imprisonment. Since 2007 dozens of activists have been arrested, with some receiving lengthy prison sentences – in some cases, up to 11 years. Campaigners have also been given extreme bail and licence conditions to silence them from speaking out against animal testing and isolate them from the animal rights movement.
SHAC was no longer just fighting HLS; we were fighting the government – a much larger and more powerful enemy.
Despite this, SHAC continued to resist repression and campaign against HLS, raising awareness of the 70 thousand animals locked away behind the barbed wire fences.
But, after more than 10 years of organising the SHAC campaign and having sent shockwaves throughout the entire vivisection industry, our opposition has evolved. The global animal abuse and legal landscapes have changed and so it’s time for us too, to change our tactics.
With the onslaught of government repression against animal rights activists in the UK, it’s time to reassess our methods, obstacles and opponent’s weaknesses, to build up our solidarity network for activists and to start healing the affects of repression.
Although we’re announcing the closure of the SHAC campaign, it will always be an important part of our history and a reminder of the ingenuity and power of the animal rights movement. SHAC will continue to inspire activists around the world to join the struggle against animal testing and take on those who profit from abuse and exploitation.
It’s our knowledge and ability to develop and focus our tactics in the most effective ways, which will continue to make us a threat to the animal exploitation industries.
With the fires of liberation and justice burning in our hearts, we look to the future.
Now the question everyone should be asking is…
What are we going to do next?
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