Save the Fluffies
kate at the.link.ca
Tue Dec 15 00:56:39 EST 1998
Secret Celebrity (secretceleb at innocent.com) wrote:
: 'Animal Rights' in Britain is becoming a frontguard for a hardcore of
: semi-terrorist drop-outs whose media stunts and intimidatory techniques are
: in contradiction to the essence of their cause.
: Recently they released thousands of Mink into countryside around the New
: Forest and Shropshire.
: The Mink went on to establish themselves in the local ecosystems and
: permanently unbalance the food chain in the surrounding areas.
: Their current crusade is in the name of science: a government 'pledge' in a
: pre-election leaflet.
: As media bait they have a 'Mr Horne', currently serving 18yrs for Arson.
: Having been on hunger strike for 65 days, 'Mr Horne' is now close to death,
: which (should it occur) will doubtlessly lead to a series of attacks on
: individuals and property.
: IMO these actions only serve to drive a stake between the rights movement
: and the scientific community, further polarising the resolve of the two
: As it appears to the general public at large, the 'Animal Rights' movement
: has no real agenda ... only to attract media attention to their garbled
: message by whatever means they have at their disposal.
: S(peakers) C(orner)
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