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PETA – HSUS Followers WAKE UP! Your supporting killers

Posted by admin on April 16, 2008

IGNORANCE HAS BEEN AND CONTINUES TO BE YOUR WORST ENEMY.

DOMESTIC TERRORISTS

For years we’ve been amused by the ridiculous complaints and accusations of animal rights groups such as People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, Friends of Animals, the Humane Society, and others. They have tried to encourage our young people to drink beer instead of milk, cried foul about casino patrons playing tick-tack-toe against chickens, vilified Burger King because their veggie burgers are cooked on the same grill with meat patties, and filed lawsuits against McDonalds for labeling French fries and hash browns as vegetarian items, because they are fried in vegetable oil that contains traces of beef essence.

Hardly a week goes by that people with common sense don’t get a chuckle from the antics of these supposedly well-meaning imbeciles. We ignore their inane babblings and smile at their suggestions concerning relocation of prairie dogs. We shake our heads at their attempts to control deer population through contraception, and we just about busted a gut when a couple of them sued the state of New Jersey because they hit a deer with their car.

The problem is that they’re not funny anymore. They’re dangerous.

The basic premise of animal rights groups is that animals are just as important as people, if not more so. Alex Pacheco, former director of PETA, said, We feel that animals have the same rights as retarded children. PETA’s president, Ingrid Newkirk, said, Six million Jews died in concentration camps, but 6 billion broiler chickens will die this year in slaughterhouses.

Chris De Rose, director of Last Chance for Animals, said, If the death of one rat cured all diseases, it wouldn’t make any difference to me. A rat’s life, in other words, is as important as the lives of countless people.

Many people think of the Humane Society as a group interested only in helping animals that have been abandoned or abused, certainly not a radical organization. But its vice president, Michael W. Fox, said, The life of an ant and that of my child should be granted equal consideration.? Not much doubt where Fox stands.

These attitudes are disturbing, but most of us have not associated animal rights activists with actual violence in the past. All that has changed. Pacheco, who is now head of an animal rights fund-raising company, recently said, Arson, property destruction, burglary, and theft are acceptable crimes, when used for the animal cause. These people have no regard for the property or safety of other humans.

One of the main problems in combating these space cadets is that they are seen as people who are sincerely trying to do The Right Thing. They are not. Their efforts are aimed, not at obtaining rights for animals, but at controlling the lives of the rest of us. We need to wake up and smell the litter box. They want to take away our freedom, and maybe our lives.

On September 11, 2001 , the day of the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington D.C. , The Earth Liberation Front and its sister group, the Animal Liberation Front, took credit for burning a McDonald’s in Tucson . Nine days later the ALF set fire to the Coulston Foundation primate-research facility, and claims to have been the group that set fire to two meat trucks in New York in March, 2001, and placed other incendiary devices beneath trucks in Canada in 2000.

FBI special agent David Szady said, Make no mistake about it; by any sense or any definition, (ELF) is a domestic-terrorism group. ALF uses the same tactics, as do many other groups.

The problem has reached the point where even our federal government recognizes the threat. On February 12, 2002 , U.S. Congress held a hearing on eco-terrorism, at which Craig Rosebraugh, former spokesman for ELF, was called to testify. When asked about the 137 attacks the ELF took credit for during 2001, including the fire-bombing of a Vail ski resort which resulted in $12 million in damages, Rosebraugh pled the Fifth Amendment more than 50 times.

ELF’s website opens with a picture of a burning building the direct work of its members. The first page contains an article entitled Setting Fires With Electrical Timers An Earth Liberation Front Guide. There is no question that David Szady is correct.

David Barbarash, of the ALF, sells books online that contain instructions for criminal activity. The ELF and ALF brag that they have caused $45 million in damages since 1997.

The 2002 national animal rights conference was held in Washington , D.C. , June 28 , July 3. One of the highlights was a speech by Captain Paul Watson, founder and president of The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. Watson quoted Timothy McVeigh, who said he considered dead women and children to be collateral damage, a by-product of war.

Watson was also quoted as saying, There are 30 million plus species on this planet. They’re all earthlings. They’re all equal. And some are more equal than others, I admit. Earthworms are far more valuable than people. He also said, There’s nothing wrong with being a terrorist, as long as you win.

Last June PETA hired Gary Yourofsky as its National Lecturer, planning to have him tour the nation and speak to educators and students. Yourofsky founded Animals Deserve Adequate Protection Today and Tomorrow, and is a strong advocate of terrorism. He has a tattoo displaying the symbols of the ELF, and once said that if an animal abuser were killed in the process of burning down a research lab, I would unequivocally support that.

We are involved in a war against eco-terrorists, and one of the main problems we face is the difficulty in recognizing the enemy. Some of these groups, such as the Humane Society of the United States , are viewed as benign animal lovers. Many of them adopt names that conjure images of cuddly kittens and playful puppies in order to lure honest people into opening up their wallets. When all else fails, they lie. PETA, for instance, claims to eschew violence, yet the organization makes large donations to ALF.

This is a war we will not win unless, and until, we acknowledge the fact that animal rights activists are people-hating criminals, no less a threat to the American way of life than Al Quida. Even those groups that do not actually condone violence are guilty, since they encourage citizens to become involved in the overall cause. There is no middle ground left.

We’ve laughed at the animal rights wackos long enough. It’s time to start taking them seriously . . .

The Animail Rights Activist and the Humane Society’s eventual goals will completely destroy the rural culture of America. The time has come that everyone must help stop these groups.

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Gamefowl breeders to dispel myths about gamefowl from AR groups and lawmakers with live year long video

Posted by admin on April 3, 2008

From Darren’s Blog

For months now gamefowlfacts.org has planned an unprecedented effort to dispel many of the myths surrounding gamefowl, cockfighting, and gamefowl enthusiasts. Not unlike many previous efforts at promotion of gamefowl, this effort has already faced it’s share of doubters. Of course, I would be claiming psychic abilities if I were to pretend that I can predict every facet of the outcome of this project. I do, however, believe that this project will serve the poultry community in many ways, perhaps while simultaneously discrediting many of the myths that have been brought into light by the Animal Rights movement.

This gamefowl live video feed project promises to provide around-the-clock live video feeds of the entire first year of the lives of a number of gamefowl. Several webcams will capture the activity beginning with the placement of eggs in an incubator, and ending a year later when those eggs have become mature gamefowl. This monumental task will result in countless hours of footage, all to be kept on DVD as documentation of every action made by the subject fowl.

The first twenty-one days of the project, admittedly will be as entertaining as watching paint dry, but this footage will also serve two purposes. The first purpose will be verification that the eggs placed in the incubator will be the same eggs that hatch into gamefowl. The second will be educational in nature. This video feed could serve to educate people all over the world, from kindergarten classes, to beginning poultry enthusiasts in regards to incubation. I can certainly envision 25 first graders sitting around the classroom computer with wonder in their eyes as they watch the chicks emerge from the eggs and take their first steps into the world.

Next, the video will show these chicks as they grow in the brooder. Viewers worldwide will be able to observe the daily activity of these chicks as they interact with their miniature world inside the brooder. We will be able to see the thermometer and make observations regarding the behavior of the chicks as they seek warmth, or as they move away from the heat, this could become priceless to a beginner who is unsure of optimum temperatures as the chicks mature. We will be able to make notations of which chicks spend more time at the feeder, and compare that information to the growth rate and overall health of the chicks. We will also see the inevitable pecking order as it is first established in front of the feeder, and how it carries out through the duration of the project. It will certainly be interesting to learn if the chick who is at the top of the pecking order remains at the top as the chicks mature into young stags and pullets.

Webcams will show feed sacks as they are opened, and the feed dispensed into the feeder. Closeups will be shown of the feed label, and this will serve to dispel the myth that gamefowl enthusiasts feed our fowl a special diet to make them more aggressive. The aggressive behavior will certainly surface, however the fowl will never leave the camera’s watchful eye, proving that special drugs are not administered to create fighting machines. These chicks will not receive any medication other than wormer or antibiotics, and specifics regarding the types used will be presented so that beginners may learn, and those who have been misled may be enlightened.

Inevitably, the scene will become violent and bloody as the young males begin to become aggressive. They will be separated when this behavior warrants such, however, we will not be able to foresee the exact day that this happens, therefore the scenes on that particular day may not be for the faint of heart, before the caretaker of the fowl notices the situation. Of course this will enlighten many, as these young fowl who have been raised as brothers their entire lives now seek the death of his former friends. Since these young fowl have spent their entire lives in front of a camera, this will prove that no special training was used, and no drugs administered. These young warriors will be simply following their instincts, and following their destiny that was predetermined from the moment that the egg was laid. Surely no viewer will be able to deny what his own eyes have shown him as these half grown roosters begin to fight, and show no signs of quitting.

The opponents of cockfighting and gamefowl have long said that game-fowl, if not given training or special drugs, will behave just as other poultry in regards to aggression. Most poultry will fight for a minute, or perhaps two, until the weaker, or less valorous, individual accepts defeat and runs away. Game fowl, on the other hand will only behave this way for the first few months of their lives. At some point before the year has ended, the gameness that God provided them with will take charge, and these individuals will forget about pecking order, and seek the destruction of every other male in the group. Our fraternity will have video evidence to serve as proof of such, thanks to this project.

Of course, in spite of the video evidence, the leaders of the animal rights movement will deny what is obvious, or more likely ignore the existence of this video footage. The architects of this project make no claim otherwise, as they are aware that many or our opponents refuse to admit error, as such admission would certainly blemish their credibility as well as their bank accounts. I do, however, believe that many individuals will believe their own eyes and accept the truth for what it is. Perhaps this could serve to, in some small way, prove the dishonesty of our opponents, as well as change the perception of many in regards to the fowl that we love.

I certainly hope that once this project is complete, a full set of DVD footage will be supplied to Congress along with transcripts of testimony given by animal rights leaders, as proof of the perjury that has been committed. Perhaps this could serve as a step in the right direction for game fowl enthusiasts, as our lawmakers realize that they have passed new legislation based upon dishonest testimony. Perhaps this could become evidence used as cockers across the nation file lawsuits against the HSUS, PETA, SPCA and similar organizations for libel. The possibilities of the benefits brought about by this project are seemingly endless if we look for them, instead of looking for excuses.

These are my thoughts, and I am Darren U. Talissen.

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Animal-rights terrorism threatens life-saving medical research.

Posted by admin on March 29, 2008

I found this article over on the “As The Blood Flows Blog.

Carrie D. Wolinetz

Each day might start with the search under your car for a bomb or the shrill ringing of the phone, signaling yet another anonymous death threat.

There’s the examination of property damage before you’ve had your morning cup of coffee. Maybe this time it’s broken windows, a flooded house or just hateful graffiti. Then there’s the sick worry as you send your children to school, knowing they will be stalked, threatened or denigrated in front of their peers. And the fear as you handle the mail each day, wondering if razors or worse await you upon opening it.

Sadly, this is the daily reality faced by many scientists throughout the country. The underground animal-rights extremist movement, groups that advocate personal attacks, arson and vandalism, is attacking scientists, and their families, for using laboratory animals in the pursuit of knowledge to treat and cure diseases.

Terror campaigns are currently under way against researchers in Utah, California and Oregon and have included explosive devices, arson and personal assault.

The use of animals in research has been instrumental in our development of human medical treatments. Statins and other drugs for heart disease, chemotherapies for cancer, insulin for diabetes, vaccines to prevent childhood disease – nearly every medical advancement of the past century has been made using animal research.

Animal research also directly benefits animals themselves; the majority of veterinary advances are a direct result of research involving animal models. Furthermore, the use of animals in research is highly regulated. Federal, state and local laws and review boards ensure that lab animals are treated well and used only when necessary. 

 While we have made significant progress in generating cell-culture techniques and computer simulations, no technology yet exists to replace the intricate interplay of biological systems that takes place in a living animal.

Medical researchers dedicate their lives to finding the breakthroughs to combat the diseases that strike us and our loved ones and in doing so use animal models. This makes them prime targets for groups like the Animal Liberation Front, whose Web site includes detailed instructions for arson and building bombs.

Scientists have a serious responsibility, not only in ensuring the animals they use receive the best care, but also to educate the public about the importance of animal research. Unfortunately, it is tough to talk about what you do when speaking out could result in your children being threatened by hooded thugs.

Prominent scientists, from California to Ohio, have given up promising avenues of research in order to escape the harassing and terrifying campaigns launched against them by ALF and similar groups. These are lauded as successes by the anonymous cells of animal activists, who have escalated their attacks.

“The only reason why people like [researcher's name] sleep well at night is because we let them,” taunts a communiqué from the Animal Liberation press office Web site.

“Look out behind you,” warns another ominous message, “what’s going to be next . . . spray paint, broken windows or fire bombs?”

Taxpayer dollars are wasted as labs are vandalized and animals are harmed in misguided attempts at liberation. Universities and municipalities must go to great lengths to protect their scientists, such as the recent protest ban passed by the Salt Lake County Council.

Although polls show that Americans overwhelmingly support medical research and reject the use of terrorism, there has been surprisingly little nationwide outrage over the tactics of these extreme animal-rights activists.

Last June, our headlines were dominated by the discovery of unexploded, incendiary devices left by al-Qaida under cars on the streets of London. What failed to receive national attention was a nearly identical incident that occurred less than a week before, when animal-rights activists left the same kind of device under the car of a scientist working at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Why are we comfortable calling the perpetrators of one act terrorists while ignoring the other? Scientists deserve to work in safety and security, and with the support of the American people who seek treatments for breast cancer, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other debilitating diseases.

It is time for all of us to recognize the danger posed by animal-rights extremists and to oppose this threat of our nation’s medical-research enterprise. Those who wear lab coats should not have to live in fear.

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Past Cockfighters Looking For Animal Rights Debate

Posted by admin on March 23, 2008

Over at gamefowl facts past cockfighters have  opened up an area for animal rights vs. animal welfare debate and discussion on their game fowl message forums. They have agreed to allow animal rights activist to post in the animal rights debate section of their messagage forum.

According to the rules for debate this is what they are saying.

This forum will at some time or another lead to heated discussion.
You see gamefowl breeders and animal rights activist don’t get along. You don’t like us and we don’t like you. The biggest reason for this is lack of knowledge or the unwillingness to seek the truth on your part.

Animal rights activist and some of the general public are deceived by extreme groups that will lie out of their mouths to make a profit off the sheep that listen to or follow them. Here at Gamefowlfacts.org we invite you to jump on in this forum and talk to us. Do you have the courage to listen to us, have a good debate with us over what you think you know? Can both sides have discussions without name calling going on?

Its my hope that the animal rights visitors that look at our site every day will join on in and talk to us man to man, women to women and if needed get a little heated.

Good debates often become hot so to say. However if you are animal rights then you may not post anywhere on our site other than in the five sub forums under “Animal Rights Discussion & Debate”. Don’t break this rule, don’t get crazy on us, don’t resort to hatred and name calling or your gone. Remember you are a guest in our house. We do not have the same privilege on animal rights sites because they will not let the truth be known and our post are deleted within minutes. If you dig down deep you will find out why we cant post on your sites and begin to learn who really has something to hide.
Enjoy,
JD

There you have it. I hope everyone has fun and maybe each group can learn something from one another.

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The debate on animal rights vs animal welfare

Posted by admin on March 4, 2008

If your looking for a good animal rights debate forum that will allow both sides to express its views then you should check out this animal rights debate forum that is on a massive game fowl breeders website. I think you will enjoy the entire message forum even if your not into debate.

Just thaught I would let my readers know this was on the web. Have fun all!

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PETA – PETA’s blood lust exposed! PETA’s deadliest year ever

Posted by admin on January 20, 2008

THIS POST IS NOT FOR THE WEAK AT HEART.

IF YOU CANT TAKE THE TRUTH ABOUT PETA THEN LEAVE NOW!

PETA Euthanizes 97% of Animals in its Care

Sunday, January 13, 2008

“Death toll up to 17,400; report describes PETA’s deadliest year ever.”

An official report from People for The Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) shows that the animal rights group put to death more than 97 percent of the dogs, cats, and other pets it took in for adoption in 2006. During that year, the well-known animal rights group managed to find adoptive homes for just 12 pets. The non-profit Center for Consumer Freedom (CCF) is calling on PETA to either end its hypocritical angel-of-death program, or stop its senseless condemnation of Americans who believe it’s perfectly ethical to use animals for food, clothing, and critical medical research.

Not counting animals PETA held only temporarily in its spay-neuter program, the organization took in 3,061 “companion animals” in 2006, of which it killed 2,981. According to Virginia’s Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS), the average euthanasia rate for humane societies in the state was just 34.7 percent in 2006. PETA killed 97.4 percent of the animals it took in. The organization filed its 2006 report this month, nine months after the VDACS deadline of March 31, 2007.

Pet lovers should be outraged,” said CCF Director of Research David Martosko. “There are thousands of worthwhile animal shelters that deserve Americans’ support. PETA is not one of them.”

In courtroom testimony last year, a PETA manager acknowledged that her organization maintains a large walk-in freezer for storing dead animals, and that PETA contracts with a Virginia cremation service to dispose of the bodies. In that trial, two PETA employees were convicted of dumping dead animals in a rural North Carolina trash dumpster.

In Southampton County, Virginia, another PETA employee currently faces criminal charges in a dog-napping case. Andrea Florence Benoit Harris was arrested in late 2006 for allegedly abducting a hunting dog and attempting to transport it to PETA’s Norfolk headquarters.

“PETA raised over $30 million last year,” Martosko added, “and it’s using that money to kill the only flesh-and-blood animals its employees actually see. The scale of PETA’s hypocrisy is simply staggering.”

WARNING THE FOLLOWING IMAGES ARE NOT FOR THE WEAK

CNN News with more proof that Peta is not a friend to animals, gamefowl, poultry or even remotely close. They are however getting rich from supporters that seek not the truth.

When will Animal Rights Supporters realize that these radices’s groups including the HSUS are in for money and not for their love for animals?

If you missed my last article on Is the HSUS (Humane Society) really who you think they are? you should read it now.

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Is the HSUS (Humane Society) really who you think they are?

Posted by admin on January 20, 2008

I will begin this blog with an introduction about the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS). On this blog you will never read anything that can not be backed up with FACTS.

I hope you enjoy it.

YOUR HUMANE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES.

You might be one of the millions of Americans who have received fundraising letters from the Humane Society of the United States. Seeing the furry faces of Fido and Fluffy, you might even have sent a donation, thinking you were supporting animal shelters and pet adoption. But rather than help animals in need, your money instead lined the pockets of radicals who labor for animal liberation.ActivistCash examines the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) — a sprawling institute for animal rights masquerading as an animal-welfare charity. HSUS does not run a single animal shelter, and spends a miniscule portion of its millions giving to groups that do. This intentional deception has made it the richest animal-rights group on earth.

The unsuspecting pet owner who receives frequent HSUS fundraising appeals may be shocked to learn about the group’s deep connections to many other radical animal-rights and environmental groups. Here are a few selections from our profile, highlighting more disturbing facts about HSUS:

The current goals of this misnamed “Humane Society” have nothing to do with animal shelters. The group took aim at the traditional morning meal of bacon and eggs with a tasteless “Breakfast of Cruelty” campaign. HSUS even wants to put an end to lifesaving biomedical research: as early as 1988 the group’s mailings demanded that the U.S. government “eliminate altogether the use of animals as research subjects.” HSUS has never budged from this extreme position.

Even seasoned animal-rights veterans raised their eyebrows in April 2000 when the Humane Society of the United States sent John “J.P.” Goodwin as its emissary on an anti-fur junket to China. Goodwin was not just any animal-rights zealot: he was an avowed member of the terrorist Animal Liberation Front (ALF). Less than a year later, HSUS identified Goodwin as their newest legislative affairs staffer.

HSUS continually gets low scores from established charity watchdog groups. Charity Navigators recently gave the group only one star (out of four). It gave no stars to HSUS’s Earth Voice International, and one to Humane Society International and the Humane Society of the United States Wildlife Land Trust. Worth magazine gave HSUS a “D” rating for spending as much as 53 percent of its expenses on fundraising. An online rating service Give.org noted that the huge HSUS corporate family does not have an active governing board overseeing the overall structure, and criticized the organization for holding only three board meetings during 2000, two of them on the same day. Read the rest of this entry »

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