The Cost of Doing Business

Posted by Eleventh Hour on March 15, 2015

 

 

UCLA's Vivisector David Jentsch's car burned by dedicated activists March 6, 2009 on Beverly Glen Boulevard in Los Angeles

Vivisector David Jentsch’s car burned by dedicated activists March 6, 2009 on Beverly Glen Boulevard in Los Angeles

 

by The Resistance

For the purpose of this analysis, “business” is defined as any enterprise which exists for the purpose of profiting from the Animal Holocaust. Unlike the Jewish Holocaust which stained Germany during a finite period of war waged by the Nazis, the Animal Holocaust permeates all of society, its purveyors remain largely anonymous, while the scope and depth of atrocities defy quantification.

“War Criminal” is defined as any individual mercenary engaged in said business. For example, in this paradigm, a vivisector is rewarded, both economically and with a façade of respectability, for intentionally and deliberately blinding, poisoning, injecting, mutilating, burning, sickening, maiming, or otherwise torturing their restrained and trembling victims. In the context of war, the concept of what is legal or illegal becomes irrelevant. And just as Josef Mengele was a war criminal in Nazi Germany, we must recognize the crimes of every mercenary engaged in the vile and violent assault on non-human individuals as identical. They are all war criminals engaged in business that shock the conscience …… especially vivisectors.

Absent in history books are any arguments suggesting that Nazi Germany should have been defeated and the Jews liberated through petitions, peaceful and non-confrontational protests, prayer. The reason may be because these ideas are absurd. We wonder how many strongly worded letters were written to Adolf Hitler, politely asking him to mend his ways. We wonder if non-profits sprung up to report human rights violations by Nazis to the Nazi administrators enforcing the Holocaust. Ultimately, however, we wonder why these ineffective courses of action are not only prevalent, but vehemently promotional as the Holy Grail of “strategic” activism when the object is Animal Liberation.

Let’s understand that tactic is neither moral nor immoral and all attempts to debate this issue must be dismissed as irrelevant noise. When negotiating tactics and the strategies within which they are employed, the only constructive discussion we will entertain will resolve solely around effectiveness. But we will not proceed without noting that our community, while adhering to the model discussed above, has repeatedly demonstrated a propensity to criticize progressive activists and condemn revolutionary forms of activism while failing to offer any alternative courses of  action. The subject of movement collaborates and how they serve the interests of the enemy is far too extensive to treat here. But our community should begin to recognize that when the mainstream trumpets in moderation to the detriment of the enslaved,our own “movement” becomes a vehicle to promote the interests of institutional abusers. In no uncertain terms, this is a form of collaboration.
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Queen guitarist Brian May and Yourofsky promote compassion with TV ad!

Posted by Eleventh Hour on March 17, 2015

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Brian May, guitarist for the legendary rock band Queen), urges people to watch Yourofsky’s life-changing speech about ethical veganism: http://youtube.com/watch?v=U5hGQDLprA8
Yourofsky is the founder of ADAPTT. All of his writings are posted on www.adaptt.org.

Gary Yourofsky is a vegan activist who has given 2,660 lectures to more than 60,000 people at 186 schools in 30 states and several Israeli cities/schools. His lecture has been translated into more than 30 languages for over 10 million YouTube hits.

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Walter Bond Update!

Posted by Eleventh Hour on March 16, 2015

 NIO Editorial: April 16th will be Walter’s birthday again, log on to his support page below and let’s show support with a birthday gift or donation …

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Please write Him and make a Donation Today!

Walter Bond
37096-013
USP Marion
PO Box 1000
Marion IL 62959

WALTER EDMUND BOND (37096013)
3/11/2015 8:23:46 AM
Update

Hello Everybody,
I am no longer in the CMU!!! I have been placed in the general prison population of Marion. Since 2010 I have been in lockdown units no bigger than a few parallel hallways and 3 outdoor cages. Today I will go outside unimpeded and look at the sky without staring at it through a cage.

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(going forward, use the same address when sending mail to Walter Bond, minus the “CMU” If you have already sent mail recently to Walter specifying the location “CMU” he will still receive it. The same goes for current magazine/newspaper subscriptions and book orders.)

 

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BREAKING: Federal Investigation of UF’s Illegal Wild Monkey Experiments Demanded

Posted by Eleventh Hour on March 16, 2015

PRESS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
March 9, 2015

          Today, Eleventh Hour For Animals has just filed a complaint with the USDA demanding a mandatory Federal investigation into the secret and potentially – illegal “research” to which the University of Florida is subjecting wild monkeys along the Silver River in Marion, Co Florida.
Exclusive images captured by Freelance Photographer Graham McGeorge. and published last month depict a wild macaque with a primitive tracking collar device attached tightly around his neck.
According to  Graham McGeorge, who was able to physically see this monkey, “when I spotted the macaque, he was  distressed and had distanced himself from the troop, he also had deep wounds and cuts to his neck with blood on his chest!”
In the complaint, Eleventh Hour’s Senior Lab Investigator, Karen Kline, states “Rhesus Macaques have lived along the Silver River for nearly 100 years. Yet the attached communications with the Department of Environmental Protection demonstrate that UF has taken the position that, since these primates were trapped and brought to this county almost a century ago as  an “invasive species” they are entitled to no protection. Eleventh Hour maintains that since the disturbed colony of macaques was, in fact, born at Silver River, the latest of many generations must be afforded the same protection as indigenous species. In the State of Florida, experiments on wild animals are illegal. Therefore UF’s “research at Silver River is illegal.”
The University has been less then forthcoming about the exact nature of their interest in the Silver River macaques. Therefore, Eleventh Hour has filed 2 open Records Requests to ascertain the details of the experiments as well as the source of funding. The group filed a further request with Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Department to secure all licences that UF may have purchased over the last 10 years. Ms. Kline goes on to document that, at the very least, the University of Florida had admitted to and supplied Eleventh Hour with proof of their negligence.
“We’ve heard several conflicting accounts from UF and have an example to show here. This first statement was published in the Ocala Post on March 5, 2015, by UF Assistant Vice President Janine Sikes and states “The monkey was observed with her her group, feeding, grooming and behaving normally.”

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Once again I ask, Minister of Propaganda who lied to Florida Media, saying they are only exploiting one Wild Monkey!

Posted by Eleventh Hour on March 9, 2015

 

Breaking News:
Documents obtained by 11th hr. prove that UF is conducting research, on at least 8 Wild Monkeys, in the Silver River Park area and these collars are to be left on these monkeys for a time period of 1 year, contrary to the 2 months they want the media to print.
In all actuality, one can clearly view the picture and know the collar was on much longer than “2 months”
Experiments on Wild Animals in Florida is Illegal!
More breaking news to follow as our investigation continues!

 

 

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Ocala photographer believes monkey was harmed by UF researchers

Posted by Eleventh Hour on March 6, 2015

NIO Editorial: Although UF claims their only contact, with this monkey was by a gps satellite for tracking purposes they still claim  “Other than the abrasion caused by the collar, the macaque appeared in good health. The monkey was observed with her group, feeding, grooming, and behaving normally.”
With this,I will add Graham McGeorge’s comment, when he first spotted the monkey on Jan. 31st, 2015 “When I spotted the macaque, he seemed distressed and had distanced himself from the troop, he had deep wounds and cuts to his neck with blood on his chest!”

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Source: Ocala Post

Ocala, Florida — Graham McGeorge has spent the last five years photographing a feral colony of Rhesus Macaques, a type of monkey, along the Silver River in Ocala, Florida. But for the past several weeks he has been looking for answers.

On February 20, Ocala Post was contacted by Karen Kline from Negotiations Are Over, in reference to a particular monkey McGeorge had been photographing.

Kline stated that on January 31, 2015, McGeorge had stumbled upon a monkey wearing a GPS collar, which appeared to be constricting the monkey’s neck and rubbing it raw.

Concerned for the well-being of the monkey, McGeorge said he immediately contacted Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. He was then referred to the University of Florida, because that is who placed the tracker on the monkey.

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WARNING: Feeding Wild Monkeys Will Endanger Their Freedom!

Posted by Eleventh Hour on February 28, 2015

 

 

NIO EDITORIAL:  Edwin Way Teale once made a statement, which we at NIO hope may help, put this issue into it’s proper perspective, for those who believe they are helping, when you are actually endangering their freedom, by feeding the wild animals  “Those who wish to pet and baby wild animals ‘love’ them. But those who respect their natures and wish to let them live normal lives, love them more.”

 

 

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by Graham McGeorge

My good friend and guide, CaptainTom O’Lenick has thirty years experience on the Silver River. Everyday he experiences situations like this, and I quote him after his trip yesterday “Twice saw folks in boats feeding them so close they did not realize that they were in danger. They do not think about the fact they are supplying the state with fuel to attempt to control The Monkeys instead of posting and enforcing not feeding them for public safety reasons.”
CaptainTom O’Lenick nails it in his above quote. You should never feed “ANY” wild animals. It is a death sentence!

 

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Open Letter To ARA’s from Brian Vaillancourt

Posted by Eleventh Hour on February 27, 2015

Editorial note: To paraphrase Fred Hampton, you can jail the revolutionaries. But you’ll never jail the revolution. – The NIO Resistance

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 by Brian Vaillancourt

NIO and All ARA’s,

2 yrs. have passed 5 1/2 yrs. to go Prison has simply become a place where I live.
The punishment aspect has faded away, I’ve become accustomed to my environment “my world” I’ve even become comfortable – if the courts think they have accomplished Punishing me, they have not. 5 1/2 yrs. will not produce which has not been produced.

I will not become institutionalized, on the contrary, I am strong minded – I’m using this place as a monastery of sorts, a college dormitory.  will be stronger physically, spiritually, mentally – I am taking advantage of everything I can. The yard, the college, the gym, the weights, the books in the library, the wise guys the programs – EVERYTHING – I am doing my time it does not do me. I focus on shutting the outside world out as much as I can to an extent – my world is behind these Razor Wires and Walls to a degree this is helpful, in the sense that I am being fully present  in the currently arising instant. I am well centred, though far from perfect,  just a strong sense of self. This Hostile World, is not forever.
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Why We Test On Animals (Still!)

Posted by Eleventh Hour on February 26, 2015

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by Emily Moran Barwick
Non-animal tests are generally more reliable, less costly, and always more humane. So…why the F**K are we still testing on animals? i go over the top reasons, including how YOU are paying for it! for more resources, see the blog post: http://wp.me/p3VBHs-6n

Animal Testing Video Series: http://goo.gl/EMjCKY
How It Doesn’t Work: http://goo.gl/vO8a5i
Why We Are Still Doing It: http://goo.gl/nqLQX1
How There Are Real & Better Alternatives: http://goo.gl/uRjIUH
How it Hurts Humans: http://goo.gl/WkQaOj
The Criminalization of Activists Fighting Animal Testing: http://goo.gl/Aap94R
The Ice Bucket Challenge & Animal Testing: http://goo.gl/aY2h2v
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“Face Of Innocence”

Posted by KKline - Managing Editor on February 21, 2015

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by Graham McGeorge

Rhesus Macaques have frequented the Silver River since the 1930’s. Brought here against their free will almost ninety years ago, they are still considered an invasive species. At what point do they earn the environmental protective rights of the native animals ?

The University of Florida is conducting research on these monkeys and the state is turning a blind eye. This abuse and cruelty has to stop now!

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