Animals Are Not Voiceless

August 6, 2009 by
“When you know that the creatures on your tray come, struggling and squealing, from the chopping block, then you are making their extreme anguish your greatest delight.”the Srimad Bhagavatam, “(Buddha) Against Animal Sacrifice”, 964 – 1032 AD
Animals are not voiceless. Not only are humans animals themselves, but other animals also have voices too. In fact, most animals can communicate things which cross many specie barriers, including the one with humans. You do not need to be a cow, a pig, a chicken, a dog, or a mink in order to understand the content and meaning of screams of terror or the wailings of anguish.
When other animals are beaten, incarcerated, tortured, made to suffer, being slaughtered, and watching/smelling/hearing their kin being slaughtered, and imminently expecting their own slaughter to come, their voices and meanings communicated are absolutely clear. Read the rest of this entry »

Know Your Rights!

August 1, 2009 by

If you take away anything from this, take at least this much, when approached or visited by FBI or any other law enforcement agency, it is your right to say the following words: “I do not waive any of my rights. I do not wish to speak with you.” And then let the community and an attorney know about any such visit.

What should you do if law enforcement agents come to question you?

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Simon Blowtorches A Dog for Fun (Video Script)

February 1, 2008 by

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In “Introduction to Animal Rights: Your Child or the Dog?”, Gary Francoine uses a hypothetical situation.

Imagine that your neighbor, named Simon, enjoys burning his dog with a blowtorch. His only defense for doing it is that he enjoys it.┬áNormal people in the community are shocked and disgusted. So these normal people angrily talk about Simon’s actions as they eat hot dogs, hamburgers, or chicken nuggets.

So, why is it wrong for Simon to blowtorch his dog for fun?

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