Event: They cut open cows & burn pigs
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Date: Sat, 30 Nov 2002 20:25:24 -0000
Subject: NOTMILK - They Cut Open Cows & Burn Pigs
Have you ever been to an animal rights
demonstration? If not, Sunday's New York area
event will be the most symbolically important
one of our generation. Ask your ten closest
friends to join you, and become one of those
individuals who turns this world into a gentler
place for animals.
At the conclusion of this column I include undercover
photos taken inside of Huntingdon's lab. These are
very painful to see, and the vision of these pictures
might motivate you to insure that we forever put an
end to such horrible torture.
Please join a few hundred demonstrator/protestors
on Sunday, December 1, 2002 at 11 AM in New Jersey.
For more information:
Mention the name "Huntingdon Life Sciences" to
animal rights activists, and you will elicit the
guttural responses of abhorrence, revulsion
These are the people who intentionally burn pigs with
blowtorches in the name of science so that experimental
creams can be used to ease unbearable suffering. They
kill and dissect cows after human genes are implanted
into bovine cells so that a wide range of new genetically
engineered foods and medicines can be grown in milk.
Clinical investigators conduct scientific trials for
pharmaceutical companies, and have been conducting
their "business" for 50 years.
These are the men and women of science who poison
stray dogs. These are the researchers who have
purchased kidnapped pets, and drilled into chimpanzee
brains, and castrated cats in the name of science.
These are the bad guys in Disney-like rescue movies
who little children boo and hiss in theatres and later
wake up screaming to during nocturnal terrors. These
are the men and women whose real-life actions make
Cruella DeVil (101 Dalmatians) seem like Mother Teresa.
Tomorrow is the 50th birthday of Huntingdon, and a
special celebration is planned. Hope you can make it!
When: 11 AM
Where: East Millstone, NJ (Colonial Park)
NJ Turnpike to Exit 9 (New Brunswick) to
Route 18 North
Take the Rte. 27 South Exit towards Princeton
Loop under the bridge, pass through one light, make
a right onto Easton Avenue
At the train station make the second left onto Hamilton Ave.
Hamilton turns into Amwell Road
(Stay on this road for about 15 minutes)
After seeing Mile Marker 19, you will see the Shady Brook
Herbery. Shortly after, Mile Marker 18 will follow.
After seeing that, make a right onto Mettler's Road
The lab is on your left
PARKING is available at Colonial Park (on your right)
just before Huntingdon Lab.
Undercover photos taken at Huntingdon:
This thinking, feeling primate is not here voluntarily.
Would you have the courage to look into his eyes?
Is the experiment over? When alive, this creature
had pain receptors, emotions, and cognitive
processes equal to that a four-year-old human child.
Was this one with the big floppy ears your pet?
Do dogs show love and feel pain? Did this one
deserve this kind of end?
Veterinarians must wear gloves and masks when
operating on live animals. No such precautions
are taken here, and painful infections often
result. Is this Nazi Germany or New Jersey?
This is not your typical Easter photo. Bunny
rabbits should not be subjected to this:
Look at those sad eyes:
Wouldn't you like to reverse positions?
"Live in peace with the animals. Animals bring love to our hearts, and warmth to our souls."
"He who is cruel to animals becomes hard also in his dealings with men. We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals." Immanuel Kant
Be the voice for the voiceless, join our group today:
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