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THE ANIMAL RIGHTS AGENDA
 

HSUS and the Big Lie!
HSUS FINANCIAL OPERATIONS REPORT YEAR END DEC 31, 2006
With total net assets of $198.4 mil (which includes $30.4 mil in bequests), the HSUS has expensed only $6.6 mil for animal care facilities!!  MORE....

PeTA, The Dirty Secret
http://www.thecommunitypaper.com/
by lyle e davis
Most everyone we know loves cute little puppies, cute little kittens, cute little monkeys, cute little squirrels . . . animals are warm and cuddly and fuzzy and loyal and . . . . well, they're just nice.  MORE....

Who's Bankrolling The Enemy:
(Here's how the AR group, focusing on the HSUS, load their bank accounts)
While this was originally written in 2005, its education about AR groups is timeless and informative for ALL of us.

ActivistCash.Com
http://www.activistcash.com/

Animal Scam.Com
http://www.animalscam.com

The Center for Consumer Freedom
http://www.consumerfreedom.com/index.cfm

PETA Kills Animals
http://www.petakillsanimals.com/

Physician Scam
The Cancer (Animal Rights) Project
http://www.physicianscam.com/


The animal rights platform sets the goals for ending the use of animals.  The animal rights agenda was published in Animalsí Agenda magazine in November 1987.


1. We are firmly committed to the eventual abolition by law of animal research, and call for an immediate prohibition of painful experiments and tests.

2. The use of animals for cosmetics and household product testing, tobacco and alcohol testing, psychological testing, classroom demonstrations and dissection, and in weapons development or other warfare programs must be outlawed immediately.

3. We encourage vegetarianism for ethical, ecological, and health reasons.

4. Steps should be taken to begin phasing out intensive confinement systems of livestock production, also called factory farming, which causes severe physical and psychological suffering for the animals kept in overcrowded and unnatural conditions.

5. The use of herbicides, pesticides, and other toxic agricultural chemicals should be phased out.

6. Responsibility for enforcement of animal welfare legislation must be transferred from the Department of Agriculture to an agency created for the purpose of protecting animals and the environment.

7. Commercial trapping and fur ranching should be eliminated.

8. Hunting, trapping, and fishing for sport should be prohibited.

9. Internationally, steps should be taken by the US government to prevent further destruction of rain forests.

10. We strongly discourage any further breeding of companion animals, including pedigreed or purebred dogs and cats.

11. We call for an end to the use of animals in entertainment and sports such as dog racing, dog and cock fighting, fox hunting, hare coursing, rodeos, circuses, and other spectacles and a critical reappraisal of the use of animals in quasi-educational institutions such as zoos and aquariums.

12. Advances in biotechnology are posing a threat to the integrity of species, which may ultimately reduce all living beings to the level of patentable commodities.