by Camille Marino
I’ve remained silent for the past 48 hours while a community of animal-abusing terrorists assassinated the character of everyone associated with NIO. Vivisectors are the enemy. We do not want your approval. We do not want to discuss anything with you, only traitors to the animals would validate you by participating in your staged debates, we will never be complicit in your atrocities, and, in truth, the only interest we have in you is to eliminate you.
But one issue needs to be put to rest once and for all. I stand behind every single word I said and I will equivocate about nothing. But in Dario Ringach’s article published yesterday, I hear the Footsteps of Giants, he — like every one of his objectivity- and empathy-deficient ghoulish peers — is citing death threats that I allegedly issued. So let’s put this front and center and deal with it once and for all.
Here’s Dario Ringach’s allegation and my response. I eagerly await his forthcoming commentary:
You are part of NIO? So you approved of this:
“Students also need to understand that making the wrong choice will result in a lifetime of grief. Aspiring scientists envision curing cancer at the Mayo Clinic. We need to impart a new vision: car bombs, 24/7 security cameras, embarrassing home demonstrations, threats, injuries, and fear. And, of course, these students need to realize that any personal risk they are willing to assume will also be visited upon their parents, children, and nearest & dearest loved ones. The time to reconsider is now.”
And you don’t call this a threat? What do you call it?
- darioringach March 31, 2011 1:24AM
For a community of alleged scientists, the comfort with which you draw inferences wholly devoid of critical or objective analysis is quite astounding. Perhaps you’ve all genuinely forgotten that truth is the fulcrum that propels real science …
Tell us, Dario, why is it that you decided to stop experimenting on primates? As one who tortured and blinded monkeys for a living, isn’t it true that you feared your children would incur the retribution owed to you for your crimes?
Why, Dario, does Jentsch and every other professional animal-abusing terrorist have 24-hour surveillance and hired thugs to protect them in the personal prisons you all call “homes”?
Are these or are these not Jentsch’s words:
“Because of my fear, I experience anxiety when I see a stranger walking down the street or an unknown car driving through the neighborhood. I take defensive measures to be sure that I am safe in my home. I already had a security guard posted at my house, and now I am having surveillance equipment installed. I have tried to minimize the impact so that I can live my life as normal as possible in the face of these threats, but it is difficult. I have to be wary and vigilant even when I am in my own home. I have had to have difficult discussions with my neighbors. ” (See No. 34) -UCLA Vivisector J. David Jentsch (August 24, 2010)…
The threat, Dario, is to impart objective information only — this vision of what awaits them should they follow in the path of violent animal-abusing sadists like you who ply their trade in nondescript dungeons for blood money.
Welcome to the wonderful world of the veteran vivisector….
Are we clear?
Now, please, in your own words, tell us all how a sociopath interprets those words.
- Camille Marino March 31, 2011 9:57AM
If he ever responds, this discussion may be followed HERE. But I wouldn’t hold my breath….