Support Camille by boycotting the University of Florida

Posted by on February 22, 2012

 

by NIO Florida

On February 4th 2012, the University of Florida orchestrated the arrests of Lisa Grossman and Camille Marino during an energetic protest at their formal alumni celebration, Gator Gala. It is important to note that none of the other 30 activists present were isolated by police. This is because since winning our lawsuit on December 30th 2011, we have systematically exposed the horrors to which they subject innocent monkeys. Throughout January 2012 we realized quantifiable gains weekly, initiated a global campaign against UF, damaging their reputation and funding on countless fronts. Our staged arrests were a blatant attempt to shut down NIO Florida and stop the bleeding.

Unfortunately for them, while Marino has remained incarcerated since February 4th, an angry, mobilized community of activists have come together to intensify the pressure on UF. Over the past 2 weeks our Boycott the University of Florida Campaign has gained 12,000 supporters. Please sign the growing petition <a title=”boycott UF petition” here.

From jail, Camille is urging everyone to support her by focusing their attention on the monkeys imprisoned at UF. Every activist must commit to stop enrollment at UF until the monkeys are liberated and primate experimentation is banned. We need every activist in the states and abroad to intervene. Explain to prospective college students and their families that if they apply to the University of Florida, they will be complicit in funding heinous monkey torture. We need to understand that if we as a global community focus our energy on boycotting this one university, we can shut them down if they refuse to stop animal experimentation. Our success here will prove to have devastating consequences for the vivisection industry in every university throughout this country.

Animal liberation will be achieved when the detriments of animal abuse outweigh the benefits.

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3 Responses to “Support Camille by boycotting the University of Florida”

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  3. Diane Symons Says:

    There is no reason to do this torture on these innocent monkeys. Anyone in the medical field knows that animals are not the same as us. In the 1950’s they tested a drug (I will not say the name but I know people will know) on monkeys for pregnant woman. They used monkeys, dogs. It stopped them from having morning sickness which is very normal and a good sign when pregnant it is the body rejecting a foreign being. It is normal then the body gets use to it and the baby continues to grow all natural. Doesn’t need man to help. The medicine was given to woman so they don’t get morning sickness god forbid. What happened…the monkeys babies came out find,,,the dogs babies were all normal. The humans babies were born without arms or legs. So your testing s dangerous using animals they are not the same as humans. Keep tested keep abusing…one day this might happen again a mistake. Well it worked on the monkeys why not humans. We waste our tax money, on this that should not be done. Stop the suffering get a normal job n research. People wanting to help monkeys are not terrorists…I think we are going after the wrong subjects. The people who strap bombs on there children are terrorists. Not animal lovers. We want life and peace …. Terrorists want to destroy. No connection.

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