[Discuss Animal Rights] Re: call the dc police now, legal protesters being illegally arrested
- --- In discussanimalrights@y..., Colleen Klaum <wildfawn1@y...>
>------------------My apologies, Now maybe you can explain how you
> You got the wrong SHAC dear.
> *Colleen* (Catwoman)
are in contact with convicted felons, and are urging others to do so
as well. Have you been associated with known felons for a long
time? Is this group (SHAC) an organization that also supports
felonious activity? Just wondering...
The Blue Max
- Unfortunately Remi you are probably right that you wont see much
change in your life time. But that is the nature of change. It is
slow. I still believe it is a far better route to take than
resorting to hate mongering and terrorists acts. I don't think they
will bring about good change either and the back lash will propel the
AR movement in the wrong direction all together.
I don't think saying you hate capitalism is an assumption. I'm
making an educated guess based on a pattern I've noticed from your
previous posts. If you do like capitalism, then I appologize and
say, yeah, we at least have one thing in common.
--- In discussanimalrights@y..., remi7db <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> Chcoa, your long, long reply I think deserves an answer. First, in
> another post you were talking about not making assumptions about
> another, and yet...you're saying "I hate capitalism". Please be
> consistent. Secondly, I am already doing some of the things you
> advise us, ar people, however, I don't think I'll live long enough
> see much of a change...
> --- In discussanimalrights@y..., chcoa <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> > The great thing about capitalizm (which I'm sure you hate btw) is
> > concept of suppy and demand. It's a great checks and balance.
> > by finding out which companies have anti-ar practices and boy-cot
> > them. Spred the word everywhere about them. IF they start
> > money, they will think about changing their ways. The dollar is
> > powerful. Then find out if they are breaking any laws and get
> > law working for you not agaist you. Write letters to their share
> > holders (you know the people with the real power) and let them
> > what horrible things are going on at their company. Send in a
> > of ex-consumers and show them in a dollar figure how much money
> > are loosing each day, month, year. Protest PEACEFULLY infront of
> > building. Find out what companies buy there product and protest
> > write them. Lobby in government for these causes. Educate. Get
> > job teaching even if it's on the street corner. Have children
> > teach them. I could go on. Blowing up something is not only the
> > cowards way, it's also lazy and the least intelligent way. When
> > hear of orgs doing things like this, I don't want to listen to
> > cause. I want to hear how many of them were caught and thrown in
> > jail. To quote Colleen, "whatever happend to peacefull