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Posted 14 March 2009 - 10:11 PM

Barack Obama recently touted increased shipment of pig cadavers to China and chicken cadavers to Russia. He drags foreign leaders to mammal murder joints.

He is bombing animals in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, and elsewhere (Yemen,

Philippines, Colombia). The NIH in his administration is worse than ever, funding the

baking to death of primates in Nevada etc.

http://all-creatures.org/saen. The USDA under his direction still muzzles the truth about

Mad Cow, Mad Pig, Mad Chicken, Mad Fish etc. in the US. http://www.madcowboy.com The recent brutal roundup

of mustangs in Nevada was done by BLM at the request of BP. He has not fired the NASA

vivisectors who are irradiating squirrel monkeys at Brookhaven. http://www.pcrm.org/...anexp/nasa.html Obama has nominated to the Supreme Court a woman who was silent as dean of Harvard Law about Harvard torture of primates, dogs, cats, mice, etc.



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http://all-creatures.org/saen


True citizens expose the injustices of their governments.

Those of us who love our American people hate to see our government

in the control of those who kill people and animals.



One has, they say, no right to judge any individual. But we have a right to work for change. We do not support arson because it takes the lives of small mammals, birds,

insects and potentially of human life. Each person's conscience is sovereign.

When PETA picketed the home of Caspar Weinberger because the DOD

was shooting dogs to give surgical practice, he graciously answered the door

and discontinued the program. Unfortunately, goats then became the new

scapegoats. It is our belief that people have a constitutional right to picket

the homes of vivisectors and to acquaint their neighbors with their occupations.

But the FBI under Bush appointed Robert Mueller with the help of livestock and poultry

agribusiness senators Inhofe Coburn Izakson and Chambliss has criminalized such pickets..



Justice Dept.

funding tasering and burning of pigs at Univ.

of Wisconsin
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http://www.tonglen.o...Experiments.htm

Unlike trustbuster Theodore Roosevelt who broke up the animal flesh cartels of Swift, Armour, etc. the Reagan, Bush 1 and 2, Clinton regimes

allowed Tyson's, Cargill, Smithfield and other slaughterhouse cartels to

grow monstrously. http://www.yum.com/c...y/ourbrands.asp (KFC, Taco Bell, Long John Silver's

Wing Street, A&W Rootbeer, Yum Restaurants etc.)


FBI war on animals and their protectors violates US Constitution

http://engforum.prav...ad.php?t=243426

Justice Dept. funding tasering and burning of pigs at Univ.

of Wisconsin


http://www.tonglen.o...Experiments.htm

FBI's role in quashing 1st amendment rights of activists

http://www.inclusive...imal_rights.htm

FBI Agent arrests man at Virginia circus demo for wearing an animal mask

http://www.greenisth...mask-felon/417/

FBI Cover up of Ft Detrick And Dugway Proving Grounds Primate Sacrifice

in Weaponied Anthrax Research


http://www.sheilacas...ax-coverup.html

FBI Propaganda Amplified by KTVU re illegal arrests of animal rights

activists picketing homes of UC Berkeley vivisectors


http://www.indybay.o...20/18572413.php


US Military's War on Animals

http://www.peta.org/feat/military

http://engforum.prav...ad.php?t=237798

US Air Force Pig Tasering And Other Experiments at Brooks AFB

which has also irradiated primates


http://www.stopanima...serAirForce.asp

Navy killing whales with sonar and propellers is sued by

several groups.
http://www.hsus.org http://www.cousteau.org' class='bbc_url' title='External link' rel='nofollow external'> http://www.cousteau.org

http://www.nrdc.org

Army's Dugway Proving Ground Experimenting With Weaponized Anthrax on

Animals


http://www.ph.ucla.e...xperiments.html

Soldiers Trained To Kill And Eat Animals

http://www.projectce...t-tame-animals/

Donald Rumsfeld's American distribution rights to vivisector Roche's ineffective scam

drug Tamiflu


http://urbanlegends....bl_bird_flu.htm

Human casualties in Afghanistan are underreported. Animal casualties

are censored. Afghan War Killing Some of the last 100 snow leopards in Afghanistan along with hibernating bears buried, sealed alive in caves,

big horned sheep and countless other species.


Afghan and other war effects of landmines on people and animals

http://www.bmj.com/archive/7007a1.htm

Top brass Require Soldiers To Abandon Pets When Deployed Overseas

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/7475495/

Depleted Uranium in Iraq at 81 Times The Average Gives Cancer to People and Animals

http://www.inmotionm...in/pr_uswc.html

Ft Campbell Kentucky sprayed thousands of blackbirds with detergent in

winter so that the loss of oil would cause their deaths by freezing.


Ann Free of the Birmingham News wrote that the heat from their bodies

rose visibly (as their souls rose invisibly)

Ft Campbell Kentucky live pig stabbings

http://www.peta.org/...em.asp?id=12794

Army's Ft Sam Houston: rats immersed in boiling water for 10 seconds..

and then infected on burned areas


http://www.downbound...sting_s/274.htm

DOD: Goats substituted for dogs.. shot at Wound Labs for surgical practice.

http://www.downbound...sting_s/274.htm

Ft Detrick: Rabbits bound by steel rods while mosquitoes feast on them

http://www.downbound...sting_s/274.htmWhen the

When the US Navy violated India's treaty with the US in which the latter promised

not to use primates in military research, Indira Gandhi cancelled primate export

to the US
.However the tortured primate doesn't distinguish among the private

or military uniforms of those who brutalize him

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CIA

The CIA's program of sending untold billions to aid the Taliban was part of

its weapons dissemination of spreading tens of thousands of stinger missiles

throughout the world with their destruction of human and animal life. The CIA's

role in killing trillions of animals is too extensive for this page.



NIH barbarism and negligence

http://www.stopanimaltests.com

NIH gives Harvard's underground labs more $ than any other univ

http://engforum.prav...ad.php?t=211593

NIH funding of Columbia Univ. Cruelty

www.ColumbiaCruelty.com

NIH lies to children with coloring books teaching them that vivisectors don't harm animals

http://current.com/i...rimentation.htm

NIH funds UC Davis research which has made primates crazy.

http://pets.groups.y...9/messages/5997

When IPPL publicized UC Davis getting primates for testing from the San Diego

Zoo, the Zoo was forced by the public to stop.

For many years Anthony Fauci has been active at NIH in advancing animal agony.

http://engforum.prav...ad.php?t=115390

http://engforum.prav...ad.php?t=141370

NIMH has criminal neglect in warning the public that toxoplasmosis gondii, a disease

of undercooked animal flesh, is correltaed o schizophrenia.

http://schizophrenia...ourcetype=HWCIT



EPA

http://www.stopanima....com/us-gov.asp EPA requires that insecticides

be tested on dogs.
EPA testing on animals and approving lethal insecticides

and rodenticides


http://www.peta.org/.../epa/index.html

EPA negligence in breaking up Smithfield and other factory farms' waste operations

has poisoned many fish in the oceans and streams from pfiesteria.


The EPA has allowed wholesale destruction of animal habitat by

cattle ranchers, factory farms, uncontrolled development

The EPA has not regulated building with wood which destroys animal habitat

and causes fires which burn animals. Rewarding those who build with brick stone

stucco block and other nontree environmentaly friendly materials and penalizing

those who build with wood is the first step.

The EPA has not sufficiently helped those fighting antedeluvian ordinances

requiring mowing.
http://engforum.prav...ead.php?t=62938

The EPA has not mandated the posting of utility lines underground to prevent

the dismemberment of trees by monopolistic utility companies.

The EPA has not sufficiently encouraged wind, solar, thermal and other

alternatives
to killer coal and nuclear energy which cause mass destruction

of trees and lung problems in humans and animals through acid rain

The new EPA has put a hold on mountaintop removal (but the administration

is still removing mountaintops with daisy cutter bombs in Afghanistan)


http://www.celsias.c...aintop-removal/

The EPA has not yet required utilities to protect against the murder of as many

as 100,000 fish a day sucked in to their intake valves


EPA has not yet helped the Center For Biological Diversity and worldwide

environmental groups in the campaign to end the trapping of turtles for

Japanese and other Asian market turtleshell jewelry.



USDA Opposition to Mad Cow Testing. USDA

hiding the truth as well about Mad Pig Mad Sheep Mad Lamb

Mad Deer Mad Elk Mad Chicken Mad Turkey Mad Fish

Mad Milk

USDA: Revolving door between USDA and animal flesh industry

http://news.muckety....y-concerns/3821

(Ann Veneman, USDA Secretary, was mentored by

Lyng of the American Meat Inst. before going on to UNICEF)

http://www.commondre...008/0610-17.htm

USDA, Monsanto, Dairy Industry Poisoning Children With School

Lunch Program


http://www.lipmagazi...green_172.shtml

http://www.notmilk.com

USDA Muzzling Mad Cow Truth

http://madcowboy.com/

http://www.maddeer.org

http://www.rense.com/general6/cow.htm (USDA muzzling list of

ingredients containing Mad Cow, Mad Pig, etc.)

USDA is mandated to investigate animal research labs. Its criminal

neglect in this area joins many other areas.


USDA's US Forest Service through the criminal policy of controlled burns

has set millions of acres on fire, burning people, animals, trees, buildings.


USDA gave 2700 ineligible millionaires (many of them in animal agriculture)

subsides.


http://news.yahoo.co...or_millionaires

USDA's Plum Island facility has long had bioterror and other research

USDA's WIC program under the guise of helping pregnant and young mothers

and their children is a dairy farmer subsidy which furthers animal killing

and spreads ovarian, cervical, prostate, uterine and breast cancer because

of the female hormones given cows and chickens. www.pcrm.org

www.notmilk.com The US government fought the EU's prohibition against

such hormones.

USDA Attempts to Destroy Food Coops

in Washington, Giant and Safeway along with USDA agents,

have sent agents into the coop movement. Elsewhere the USDA has cooperated

with other grocery chains.

USDA Subsidizes Meat Fish and Dairy Industries' Energy Intensive Labor

Intensive Products Through Food Stamps
The religious beliefs of spiritual

and ethical vegetarians and vegans are violated by these subsidies. Food

stamps for animal products add to American obesity.

USDA and Commerce Depts. pay under programs such as Market Promotion

Program for commercials for McDonald's, KFC.



Homeland Security

is placing deadly pathogens in Manhattan Kansas close to people and animals.

www.mail-archive.com/cia-drugs@yahoogroups.com/msg12339.html

http://www.dhs.gov/x...orial_0762.shtm

The bureaucratic overlay of yet another federal agency which in the hands

of Chertoff spent 100 billion a year enhancing its own war profiteers has been

a nightmare.


US Fish and Wildlife Service trying to kill hundreds of sea lions

along with Oregon and WAshington state agencies...

for the salmon fishermen who want to continue their

suffocation of salmon uninterrupted

Continues to promote hunting and fishing in violation of the teachings of

most religions and though the percentage of hunters in the population is

the smallest in history. 100% are taxed for the blood sport of 1 to 5%

(depending on the state.. Pennsylvania having the most)

http://portland.indy...03/387113.shtml

4 of the many ways the Bureau of Land Management kills

and otherwise harms animals


http://groups.yahoo....abuse/message/9

Why is this agency not informing the public of the dangers of cancer, choking, heavy

metals, arthritis, anaphylactic shock, food poisoning, etc. associated with fish consumption?


http://www.peta.org/...splay.asp?ID=52


US Commerce Dept promotes McDonald's and KFC around world..

building a hospital with McD in Brazil


http://www.commerce....ts/DEV01_005295

http://www.mcspotlight.org http://www.kfccruelty.com

http://www.yum.com/c...y/ourbrands.asp


NASA

NASA exploded hundreds of animals over 5 states when Lockheed's

obsolete shuttle blew up. The public was not informed that NASA Glenn

captive animals were secreted into the hold, preventing a docking mechanism.


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The unregulated NASA which has helped make Lockheed the world's biggest

armsmonger defends its mass slaughter of animals.


http://history.nasa.gov/animals.html

NASA sent 'hogtied' chimps and other primates into space to die there

circling in the lonely void.



Dept of Transportation: Through the instigation of Senators Feingold,

Grassley and Harkin, ratified by the Diebold Senate, the minimal protections for baby chicks in transit

were eliminated. They are now no longer under abimal status but are

classified as commercial mail, denied the requirements of protection from

freezing, heat, suffocation, smashing, thirst.


FDA, puppets of international pharmaceutical vivisecting pricegouging

manufacturers of lethal products, often fails to act about dangerous food:

It has not removed many carcinogens such as monosodium glutamate

from foods. It allows MSG under the label 'natural flavorings' in McDonald's,

Burger King, Campbell's and hundreds of other products.

FDA allows an evil stew of 5 different viruses

in animal flesh (biophages)


http://video.google....708508701171310



FDA allows carcinogenic irradiation of animal flesh.

Just as the cut, burn and poison school of the cancer treatment

industrial complex (surgery, radiation and chemotherapy) lethal side effects

such as radiation burning of organs and melting of organs, so with

irradiated meat.

http://www.organicco...rradapprov.html

FDA considers dismembering human beings again with thalidomide

www.junkscience.com/news/thalidomide.html

(Thalidomide did nothing to the pregnant captive dog victims on whom

it was tested but it created many children with deformities in 1959.)

FDA allows lethal monosodium glutamate which causes

the "Chinese restaurant headache syndrome" to be

labeled 'natural flavors' and added to foods
. It's not

a flavor agent. It's a meat tenderizer because it

breaks down muscle and brain cells.

www.MSGTruth.org

Toxic Animal Flesh

http://engforum.prav...ad.php?t=197819

Poisonous Fish Flesh

http://engforum.prav...ad.php?t=175623


Atomic Energy Commission.. The Atomic Ark 4000 animals deliberately

sacrificed.. burned alive in atom bomb testing

http://www.downbound...sting_s/274.htm


Nuclear Regulatory Commission Nuclear power plants (as well as other

utilities) kill billions of fishes annually in their water intake. The nuclear waste

dumped secretly into the world's oceans is concentrated in fish flesh and

causes cancer to people, animals and fishes. Nuclear plants make briefcase

atom bombs' fuel more accessible. From Three Mile Island to Chernobyl,

the lethal nature of nuclear power is known.


US Social Security Administration

invests income in butchers, vivisectors, and war profiteers in violation

of the religious beliefs and 1st amendment rights of many faiths


Medicare gives money and energy to the international pharmaceutical

vivisector network


US Supreme Court While the US Senate became ostensibly elected

by the people in 1916 to 17, the unelected US Supreme Court whose

members have been nominated by unelected White House residents and

ratified by a Diebold Senate remains the chief

opponent of democracy in the US. Numerous times, justices have ruled

against animals. Justice Alito, nominated by Bush, twice broke his promise

to recuse himself in cases involving Vanguard in which he was invested

while on a circuit court. Vanguard is heavily invested in animal slaughter and

torture.

http://www.law.corne...ope=onlysyllabi The animals have contempt for the

Supreme Court, some of whose decisions on their victimization are at the

above link.

(Unlike Justice William O Douglas who expanded American law writing a brief

on the legal standing of sentient trees, most justices have had little respect

for animals' inherent rights.)


Federal Communications Commission

One of the reasons Americans are at this moment the fattest people in the

world is that the FCC allows more animal flesh ads on public air waves than

any other country.
The government has regulated the advertising of toxic

alcohol and cigarettes, but animal flesh causes more deaths and illness

than booze, tobacco, traffic accidents, drugs and soldier deaths combined.


The FCC and Congress have not yet redressed the cancellation of animal

rights public service spots on most stations.



In serving pricegouger cartels such as Verizon and ATT (connected through management

to KFC www. kfccruelty.com) to charge 4 times as much for cellphones as

is charged in India,
the FCC has made animal rescue and all forms of animal

rights work more expensive.



The FCC has allowed Romney and Bain Capital owned Clear Channel to continue to operate despite

broadcast acts of brutality to animals.


http://www.petitiononline.com/lovepigs


Immigration

Immigration is a controversial issue. Because slaughterhouses, so agonizing

to animals, cause the highest turnover of any industry, illegals are more employed

in slaughterhouses than any other industry. Mexicans are giving way to

Guatemalans.


The fences proposed by immigration officials further decimate animal habitat.


Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms

The ATF war on marijuana and poppy plants through fires and insecticdes

from ecoterrorist cropdusters ... poisons and burns animals, birds, reptiles,

insects, fishes.


Securities and Exchange Commission

has neglected the prosecution of Nelson Peltz, Don Tyson, and other

billionaires whose blood money fortunes and power were built on violation of law.


US Patent Office

The government's role in facilitating Monsanto and other

patents of publicly owned seeds and genes has harmed the diversity on

which animals depend.


US Labor Dept.

Ray Kroc, founder of McDonald's chain, gave Richard Nixon 1 million dollars

and in return received an exemption from minimum wage for fast food chain

employees. That was later rescinded, but fast food workers and illegals

are among the lowest paid people in America. This has allowed animal butchers

to amass power and money.


US Postal Service

is facilitating junk mailer deforesting and placing the burden on the poor whose

first class stamps cost ever more. In addition, USPS trust fund monies are

going to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.


The USPS does not have recycled materials.


It is very wasteful to print out a 5 or 6 inch receipt for every purchase of

1 stamp.



Centers For Disease Control has become the Centers For Primate Torture and Suppression of Cures


CDC Scapemousing

http://cleveland.ind...674_comment.php


The CDC based in Atlanta Georgia has helped the Fulton County Health Dept.

carry on a campaign against vegans. CNN's Sanjay Gupta and the CDC's Gerberding

both have dual roles as they also work at primate and cat crucifying Emory Univ

http://www.emorylies.com


The CDC has ignored its public reponsibility to acquaint the public with the data

that meat is the primary cause of death in the US. Like the USDA and FDA, the

CDC has been criminally liable in suppressing the truth about Mad Cow, Mad Pig,

Mad Sheep, Mad Fish, Mad Deer etc.

http://engforum.prav...ad.php?t=197819


Dept of Education

Through text books, through animal products which cause children's

leukemia force fed to students in school lunch programs, through biology

classes in which students become frog killers, children are

indoctrinated to become animal abusers. It is not only the content of text books

but that publishing houses push for deforesting very expensive textbooks over

internet available texts.

http://www.animalrightshistory.org

http://www.stopanima...orEducation.asp

http://www.postpoems...ers/animalpoems

http://engforum.prav...ead.php?t=66911



IRS

It is the IRS which forcibly steals the taxes of American poor to fund

the barbarisms listed in this thread.and which cooperated in the sting

directed by Henry Paulson against Eliot Spitzer for having indicted animal slaughtering Goldman Sachs.


US Information Agency has helped in the takeover of National Public

Radio, once a decentralized college radio network, by the Pentagon. Kevin

Klose was moved in from the USIA to control NPR. NPR holds 200 million dollars

in McDonald's stock and receives monies from American taxpayers.


The Interagency Coordinating Committee on the Validation of Alternative Methods

has failed miserably, wrote the Washington Post.


US Senate


is responsible for all the abuses above.

voted 94 to zero to club Pribilof Island seals in the early 70's.

Has not used its considerable clout to help stop the clubbing of Canadian seals.

Now the US Senate has allowed the Inuit to join Japan, Norway and Iceland

who publicly have slaughtered whales. (Does Canada which funds the clubbing

of Newfoundland seals look the other way when unmarked vessels of Canadian

fishermen slaughter whales..?) http://www.harpseals.org

http://www.seashepherd.org http://www.greenpeace.org

(The Inuit with a higher animal and fish flesh diet than others have the lowest

life expectancy when one discounts war, childhood diseases, famine etc.)


US Coast Guard

Did not allow animals in the water during the New Orleans' flooding to enter CG boat

Consumer Product Savety Commission

mandates vivisection


Peace Corps

Even the Peace Corps has been used to promote the animal slavery and slaughter of Heifer International.

Peace Corp and Heifer Int'l: spread animal agony


The Peace Corps has been encouraging degrees

in 'poultry science' and 'animal husbandry'

http://www.peacecorp...gestu.associate




Government-hired Mercenaries.

The Red Cross was not alone in New Orleans in forcibly separating people from

their pets. Untold thousands of dogs, cats, birds etc. died in the New Orleans

floods as Blackwater Security men, armed with machine guns, patrolled the

streets, keeping animals out of shelters.


Government Bioterror

Manhattan Kansas, like Utah, Ohio, Maryland, DC, Iowa etc. will house deadly

pathogens. Semanticists have obscured the animal flesh origins of disease. Smallpox was originally called kinepox or cowpox. Anthrax was originally called wool sorters'

disease.

www.mail-archive.com/cia-drugs@yahoogroups.com/msg12339.html

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To be added:

NASA's decades of animal torture, including primates imprisoned in restraining

chairs for months at a time.. their legs paralyzed..

CIA, insecticides such as DDT, heparin and other drugs containing

Mad Pig and other animal parts, pig valves used in transplants

.. failure to eliminate the skinning alive which occurred at Iowa Beef

Processors etc.





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http://engforum.prav...d.php?p=2762595

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Posted 14 March 2009 - 10:16 PM

Nuclear Test Sacrificial Victims

Animals shot into space to die circling the void
in loneliness. Animals used in nuclear testing
etc. etc.

While the 167 Bikinians were getting ready for their exodus, preparations for the U.S. nuclear testing program advanced rapidly. Some 242 naval ships, 156 aircraft, 25,000 radiation recording devices and the Navy's 5,400 experimental rats, goats and pigs soon began to arrive for the tests. Over 42,000 U.S. military and civilian personnel were involved in the testing program at Bikini.

People, animals, birds, reptiles, insects, fishes, plants
are all expendable to those who want more and more
powerful WMD's

All wars are wars on people animals birds and fishes as well.

The soldiers of our country and many others have become the dead and wounded victims of government leaders. Gore Vidal's writings and other historians' document that Franklin Roosevelt let hundreds of American soldiers drown at Pearl Harbor in order to let the attack galvanize the US into WW2.

Lyndon Johnson with the lies of the Tonkin Gulf incident caused the deaths of
tens of thousands of American soldiers.

Soldiers have died in Iraq and Afghanistan lied to by Bush and Obama
and Clinton about the World Trade Center origins, labout the Highway
of Death, about the British oil interests in Iraq since the
Turkish were defeated by British imperialists etc.

Every purple flowering plant is a purple heart tree fed by the blood
of soldiers who were regarded as expendable by those with agendas
other than protecting them.


33 Of The Ways Current Wars Harm Animals


It is likely that military in other countries harm animals. Citizens
of the US have a duty first to end cruelty at home.


BOMBS WHICH BURN
1 People animals birds are killed by bombs, rockets, missiles.
LAND MINES
2 People animals birds are blown apart by mines of war profiteers
both when forced into service as dolphin or dog minesniffers
or as unsuspecting victims of mines... A rhino whose legs
were turned to jelly by a landmine in Africa was one
of billions of animal, bird and other victims of landmines.
USE OF ANIMALS AS WEAPONS CARRIERS
3 The US Navy has electroshocked porpoises
and turned them into weapons carriers. (See Day of the
Dolphin by Lilly)
EMBARGOED SHIPS
4 Animals die on livetransport ships in wartorn ports after standing in their own waste, dying of hunger and thirst
BOMBING OF OIL REFINERIES
5 Whales, dolphins, fishes, turtles, sea birds are killed in oil spills from bombing power plants. 15,000 tons of oil
have been dumped into the Mediterranean by the Israeli
bombing of a Lebanese power plant.
ZOOS BULLDOZED AND BOMBED
6 Animals are bulldozed (killed or backs broken) in zoos in wartorn areas.*
The Nazis bombed London zoos. Churchill retaliated
bombing the Berlin Zoo. The Israeli Defense Force
bulldozed the Gaza Zoo, breaking the backs of those
who survived deaths by crushing.
ENTOMBED BY BOMBS
7. Bears and other animals are sealed into Afghan caves by bombs
WHALES DOLPHINS KILLED BY SONAR OF NAVY SHIPS
8 Naval warships' sonar kills whales.
DEVOURED
9 Animals are seized, slaughtered and eaten by armies.
10 Animals disoriented by bombs run away from their homes.
REFUGEE AND SOLDIER ABANDONMENT
11 Animals are abandoned by refugees and by soldiers
ordered overseas.
INSTITUTIONAL SHUT DOORS
12 Animals are not allowed in to all refugee camps. The US Red Cross
after a worldwide outcry re its gunbacked separation of people
from animals has begun to change its rules on this.
ANIMAL HABITAT DESTROYED
13 Animal habitat (trees, orchards, vines, plants, watersheds) are destroyed by daisy cutter, bunker
buster and other bombs, cruise missiles etc. Tanks crush
sapling trees and add to the desertification of the planet.
They create erosion ruts and cause mudslindes in areas
with rain.
DEPLETED URANIUM
14 Depleted uranium is giving animals as well as people
cancer,81 times the average in Baghdad.
BOMBING OF REFUGEES
15 Animals as well as people have died as supply convoys
were foiled by bombed roads and bridges, and as
convoys have been fired upon. In the Highway of Death
bombing directed by G H W Bush, 250,000 white flagged
surrendering soldiers as well as refugees with donkeys,
cats, dogs, goats, cows, chickens etc. were carpet
bombed and bulldozed into graves.
UNABLE TO ESCAPE ROPES
16. Some abandoned animals are left tied up without war
and are dying of thirst and or heat or cold
UNCONSCIOUS DRIVERS
17. Motorists racing to get out of bombing areas are
mowing down goats, cats, dogs, chickens, sheep on the roads.
PROPELLER AND TANK DEATHS OF BIRDS, MARINE MAMMALS, FISHES
18. Naval warships carve up marine mammals in their
propellers as jetfighters carve up birds in their propellers.
Tanks have crushed untold trillions of small mammals,
ground nesting birds, frogs, snakes, ants in anthills,
and countless other species.
ALCOHOL RELEASED ABUSE
19. American soldiers drinking have shot
tigers and lions in the Baghdad Zoo.
CHECKPOINT VIOLENCE
20. Donkeys and dogs have been shot at Israeli govt checkpoints
NASA VIOLENCE
21.NASA's military missions have involved secreting
animals aboard. This is unpublicized. Many secreted animals
were with the astronauts blown apart by Lockheed and
other Bonapartes
MILITARY RESEARCH
22 Animals die in military weapons research labs. Primates
have been irradiated at Barnes Air Force Base in Texas.
23 They have been put in restraining chairs for months
at a time in astronaut studies at Bethesda Naval and
elsewhere.
24 Animals die in military contract 'vaccine' research.
25 When PETA was successful in cancelling the US Dept
of Defense use of living dogs as target practice for the
(unnecessary) training of surgeons, the DOD simply
substituted goats, making them truly scapegoats.
26. Chemical and biological weapons from weaponized
anthrax to nerve gases have been developed on captive
animals for many decades. Recently biological weapons
developed by George Merck of the Merck pharmaceutical
company were destroyed after 45 or more years in
storage.
27.
. In weaponized anthrax development by the CIA
and Ft Detrick, 4000 primates were detroyed in just
1 experiment before captive primates and 1 billion dollars was given to Battelle
of Tennessee. The books of Leonard Horowitz document
the abuse.
For a list of other atrocities, see
http://www.peta.net/feat/military
MILITARY SURVIVAL TRAINING
28. US soldiers in survival training are taught to club,
knife and otherwise kill animals from Dugway Proving
Ground in Utah to Okinawa.
http://www.peta.org/feat/wargames/
29. Fort Dix iin New Jersey is stabbing and burning animals
http://getactive.pet...mpaign/fort_dix
30.. Video of dog stabbing by US military
http://getactive.pet...olivia_military
31. Bolivian military with connections to US military
are stabbing dogs. www.stopanimaltests.com
SOUND BOMBS HARM DOGS' EARS
32. Israel's sound bombs have been reputed to
explode the wombs of Palestinian women. They harm
animals with sensitive hearing such as dogs and cats.
EXTERMINATION OF BIRDS AND OTHER BEINGS AT
MILITARY BASES

33 At Ft Campbell, Kentucky detergent was sprayed in winter
on thousands of blackbirds to destroy their feather oil.
Ann Free, Schweitzer biographer, wrote that as their lives
seeped out in heat and rose as mist, so did their souls rise
to God.
Many bases such as those in Aviano Italy employ exterminators.
The lethal insecticides they have used have destroyed
the brains of some soldiers as well.




In the war of the Israeli government against the Lebanese
people, a million animals died in an oil spill
created by a power plant bombing. Cows have died of thirst
on boats unable to land liveshipped animals. Animals
have died as relief supplies can't get into the many crisis
areas. The Olmert regime fired upon relief workers.

* The IDF killed many Gaza zoo animals
bulldozing the cages while the animals
were in them.. gazelles had their
backs broken. Many zoos are prisons.

http://www.peta.org/feat/wargames/

Historians Will and Ariel Durant wrote that Caesar's armies marched on vegetables.
Some US Army nutritionists have been working on more vegan options for vegan
soldiers and all soldiers, because of superior health.



American soldiers are required to kill docile animals during military “survival skills” training courses and are instructed to use their bare hands, rocks, or blunt instruments on chickens, rabbits, goats, and snakes as part of “emergency food procurement exercises.”


Reports reveal that animals die a slow and agonizing death after being bludgeoned, strangled, or decapitated. An Army course manual instructs soldiers to kill a chicken “by placing its head under a strong stick, placing both your feet on either end of the stick ... and pulling vigorously until its head is pulled off.” Another Army manual says, “You can club small mammals or step on them.”

Department of the Air Force Instructor Guide: Basic Combat Survival Training Field Training
INSTRUCTIONAL AIDS:
1. Club to kill animal
2. Knife
3. 550 cord (to suspend animal and tie live animal to tree)
4. Containers/utensils for cooking




The U.S. Army, Air Force, and Marines have confirmed that at least six military courses currently engage in these exercises year-round, and there have been many reports of others. Government documents show that two Air Force bases alone use more than 1,500 rabbits each year, at a cost of more than $10,000.1 According to a 1997 Department of Defense (DoD) report, the Air Force kills more rabbits in its “survival skills” courses than does the entire DoD in all its research facilities combined.2 Estimates reveal that well over 10,000 animals are used every year in military food procurement exercises.

Typically, soldiers either carry their own animals in a backpack for several days before killing them or the animals are taken by vehicle into the woods, where they are “liberated” and then “recaptured,” says Sergeant Fredrickson of Dugway Proving Ground. Eyewitness accounts describe soldiers who are “required to stroke the rabbit to calm it, then bash it on the head ... the rabbits don’t always die with the first blow.”

The military claims that these exercises are a necessary part of troop preparation. Major Tammy Miracle of the Massachusetts National Guard claims that killing docile animals “prepare[s] a soldier to fight in today’s modern battlefield.” She admits that although “this type of training may seem unusual ... readiness remains to be the Army Guard’s overarching priority.”

These exercises, however, fail to teach relevant skills to soldiers who may one day experience life-threatening adverse conditions. It is pointless for a soldier to practice killing small domestic mammals and birds, considering that in a real-life survival experience, few would have trouble killing such an animal if survival depended on it. After all, soldiers do not practice by killing other humans in order to be effective in combat situations. In the past, there have been occasions when such exercises were canceled after receiving national exposure3—yet thousands of animals continue to suffer each year on military bases that pursue this training.

Please contact your senators and representative and request that they introduce language into this year’s Defense Appropriations Bill that explicitly prohibits the use of your taxpayer dollars to purchase live animals for military “survival skills training.” If you don’t know their contact information, please call the Congressional Switchboard at 202-225-3121, provide your state or zip code, and ask to be transferred to their offices or click here to obtain the information through a web page.



1 Fairchild Air Force Base, WA 99011-8648; United States Air Force Academy, CO 80840-6260
2 “Department of Defense Animal Care and Use Programs 1997”
3 United States Army Dugway Proving Ground; Massachusetts Army National Guard

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(While poster thinks the alleged tape of Muslim abuse
of animals may have been a black op of the IDF
there is much useful information in the following article:)
http://www.peta.net/feat/military

Hundreds of Thousands of Animals Killed Annually in Cruel Military Experiments
News programs have been airing ghastly video footage from Afghanistan that shows dogs dying agonizing deaths in al-Qaeda military experiments. One tape shows a dog trapped in a room with vapor rising. The dog begins licking his lips (increased saliva is one of the first signs of poisoning), loses control of his hindquarters, and is eventually seen lying on his back, moaning. However, these cruel experiments are nothing new—nor are they confined to Afghanistan. The war on animals is an international one.



From Tel Aviv to Tehran to Texas, dogs and other animals are being poisoned and otherwise tortured in chemical, biological, and conventional warfare experiments. PETA has equally barbaric, secretly shot footage, from 1977, of Israeli soldiers injecting— and killing—dogs with what appear to be nerve agents.

No matter where you stand on international conflicts, it is a painful fact that the Israeli army has also blown up unanesthetized pigs with Scud missile explosives and conducted other painful experiments on dogs, monkeys, doves, mice, toads, and guinea pigs. An article in the March 17, 2000, issue of Ha'aretz, Israel’s most respected daily newspaper, reported that experiments carried out by the Israel Defense Forces on animals were so horrific that the soldiers forced to conduct the experiments had to seek psychological counseling.

The United States military has a long history of conducting cruel animal experiments.

Uncounted Casualties
Each year, at least 320,000 primates, dogs, pigs, goats, sheep, rabbits, cats, and other animals are hurt and killed by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) in experiments that rank among the most painful conducted in this country. Because these figures don’t include experiments that were contracted out to non-governmental laboratories or the many sheep, goats, and pigs often shot in wound experiments, the total number of animal victims is actually much higher. The cost to taxpayers for these military experiments is estimated to be in excess of $100 million annually.

Top Secret
Military testing is classified “Top Secret,” and it is very hard to get information about it. From published research, we do know that armed forces facilities all over the United States test all manner of weaponry on animals, from Soviet AK-47 rifles to biological and chemical warfare agents to nuclear blasts. Military experiments can be acutely painful, repetitive, costly, and unreliable, and they are particularly wasteful because most of the effects they study can be, or have already been, observed in humans or because the results cannot be extrapolated to human experience.

Sample Experiments
Burns and Blasts: As far back as in 1946, near the Bikini Atoll in the South Pacific, 4,000 sheep, goats, and other animals loaded onto a boat and set adrift were killed or severely burned by an atomic blast detonated above them. The military nicknamed the experiment “The Atomic Ark.”

At the Army’s Fort Sam Houston, live rats were immersed in boiling water for 10 seconds, and a group of them were then infected on parts of their burned bodies. In 1987, at the Naval Medical Institute in Maryland, rats’ backs were shaved, covered with ethanol, and then “flamed” for 10 seconds.

In 1988, at Kirtland Air Force Base in New Mexico, sheep were placed in a loose net sling against a reflecting plate, and an explosive device was detonated 19 meters away. In two of the experiments, 48 sheep were blasted: the first group to test the value of a vest worn during the blast, and the second to see if chemical markers would aid in the diagnosis of blast injury (they did not).

Radiation: At the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute in Maryland, nine rhesus monkeys were strapped in chairs and exposed to total-body irradiation. Within two hours, six of the nine were vomiting, hypersalivating, and chewing. In another experiment, 17 beagles were exposed to total-body irradiation, studied for one to seven days, and then killed. The experimenter concluded that radiation affects the gall bladder.

At Brooks Air Force Base in Texas, rhesus monkeys were strapped to a B-52 flight simulator (the “Primate Equilibrium Platform”). After being prodded with painful electric shocks to learn to “fly” the device, the monkeys were irradiated with gamma rays to see if they could hold out “for the 10 hours it would take to bomb an imaginary Moscow.” Those hit with the heaviest doses vomited violently and became extremely lethargic before being killed.

Diseases: To evaluate the effect of temperature on the transmission of the Dengue 2 virus, a mosquito-transmitted disease that causes fever, muscle pain, and rash, experiments conducted by the U.S. Army at Fort Detrick, Maryland, involved shaving the stomachs of adult rhesus monkeys and then attaching cartons of mosquitoes to their bodies to allow the mosquitoes to feed.

Experimenters at Fort Detrich have also invented a rabbit restraining device that consists of a small cage that pins the rabbits down with steel rods while mosquitoes feast on their bodies.

Wound Labs: The Department of Defense has operated “wound labs” since 1957. At these sites, conscious or semiconscious animals are suspended from slings and shot with high-powered weapons to inflict battle-like injuries for military surgical practice. In 1983, in response to public pressure, Congress limited the use of dogs in these labs, but countless goats, pigs, and sheep are still being shot, and at least one laboratory continues to shoot cats. At the Army's Fort Sam Houston “Goat Lab,” goats are hung upside down and shot in their hind legs. After physicians practice excising the wounds, any goat who survives is killed.

In 1992 and again in 1994, doctors with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine testified before Congress on military animal use and worked with the General Accounting Office in an investigation of Michael Carey’s experiments at Louisiana State University. Carey shot 700 restrained cats in the head to “model” human injuries. As a result of the investigation, Carey’s cat-shooting experiments were halted.

Other forms of military experiments include subjecting animals to decompression sickness, weightlessness, drugs and alcohol, smoke inhalation, and pure oxygen inhalation.

Animal Intelligence
The armed forces conscript various animals into intelligence and combat service, sending them on “missions” that endanger their lives and well-being. The Marine Corps teaches dogs “mauling, snarling, sniffing, and other suitable skills” needed to search for bombs and drugs.

A series of Navy tests of underwater explosives in the Chesapeake Bay in 1987 killed more than 3,000 fish, and habitats for hundreds of species have been destroyed by nuclear tests in the South Pacific and the American Southwest.

Military Reform
The military’s tracking system lists approximately 725 military experiments using animals. Such tests are as misleading as they are cruel. Animals often respond to chemical agents and antidotes differently than humans. A rat’s respiratory system differs greatly from that of a human, and rats are more susceptible to toxins because they are unable to vomit. Mice have a genetic tendency to develop lung tumors, rendering much of the research on physiological effects of exposure invalid. Regarding skin tests, a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services report said, “Since laboratory animals have fur and do not have sweat glands on most of their body, they do not provide optimal models for dermal exposure.”

Mustard gas, first used in World War I, continues to be a favorite agent for Department of Defense animal experimenters. A 2005 research article highlighting the collaboration between University of Maryland at Baltimore (UMB) and Department of Defense experimenters in an experiment involving mice is entitled "Development of Formulation for Preventing Half Mustard Induced Damage to Skin."

The article's summary notes the following: "UMB and Department of Defense researchers have developed a novel formulation that offers substantial prevention against 2-Chloroethy-ethyl sulfide induced tissue damage in animals. Because of the similarity in the mechanism of CEES action with actual sulphur mustard, it is predicted that the formulation will also be effective in offering prophylactic as well as post-exposure prevention against tissue damage caused by sulphur mustard." The military should use this treatment, which "inactivates the toxic agent, reduces inflammation, and promotes tissue healing," and stop conducting needless mustard gas tests on animals.

Under the banner of defense use, animals have been used to test bullet trajectories when blocks of gel are better, as they allow military weapons experts to permanently freeze the bullet trail, something that doesn’t happen with a sheep or dog; they’ve even been put in slings and shot so that medics could practice cutting away dying tissue, when there are far superior ways to train medics.

Innocent Victims
Animals don’t wage wars; why should they suffer because humans do? All nations must reject chemical and biological weapons tests on animals. It makes no difference to the dog writhing in convulsions whether the man administering the poison gas was Afghan, Israeli, or American. All citizens of the world should come together for the peaceful purpose of condemning and demanding an end to this form of terrorism on innocent animals.

You Can Help
In 1993, the General Accounting Office (GAO) began an investigation of the military’s animal experimentation program. Ask your Congressional representatives to contact the GAO and express support for a thorough and complete investigation.

If you don’t know their contact information, please call the Congressional Switchboard at 202-225-3121, provide your state or zip code, and ask to be transferred to their offices or click here to obtain the information through a Web page.

Please also ask them to urge the DoD to implement alternatives to live-animal experiments.

Please contact President Elect Barack Obama and demand an immediate end to U.S. military experiments on animals:

15 Ways AntiHealth Departments Connected To Pharmaceutical
Servants of the CDC Operate

1.Across the country, many health
departments ignore the many salmonella and ecoli violations
at mega fast food outlets while bringing down great force on small
operations.
2. In league with realtors, health departments bulldozed brick
homes, harrassing homeowners as they attempted to create a scarcity
of housing and consequent high rents. Now with tens of thousands
of homes vacant in big American cities, the rent bubbles still have not burst.
3. Many health departments enforce compulsory mowing ordinances
which violate the first amendment
4. Health department directors and sanitarians, building inspectors
are unelected.
5. Health departments are eliminating fireflies, monarch butterflies,
dragonflies, and countless diverse species as they spray poisons in
the air of communities, poisoning the waters and air, violating
the will of the people and enriching huge chemical companies.
6. Health departments in concert with the CDC are deliberately
misclassifying Mad Cow, Mad Pig, Mad Chicken, Mad Fish, Mad Deer
and other BSE deaths as meningitis,
encephalitis, leukemia, Alzheimer's, brain tumors etc.
7. Health departments have given orders to remove centenarian trees
as they dictate to homeowners what they can do on their own
property.
8. Health departments have been involved in a genocidal war against
rats and have violated the spiritual beliefs of Franciscans, Buddhists,
Hindus, Sufis, Jains and many others whose religions teach that all life is sacred.
9. In many cities a mayor can use many agencies in a coordinated
attack against his political opponents.
A disgruntled neighbor can activate
the local health department,
building inspection, animal control,
police, fire inspectors can give
a constant parade of harrassers to
someone. Health department officials have
been known to threaten calls to the building
inspector unless their privacy invading
'sanitarian' is allowed in.
10. Through compulsory pet
vaccinations, through promotion
of Glaxo, Roche, Aventis, Chiron
and other war profiteer 'flu' shots,
health departments enable
the engorging of international
drug companies.
11. A Canton Ohio health department
director threatened a resident with
jail because she was feeding a stray
cat.
12. Health departments comb
the yards of the poor for feces
from their pets while ignoring
factory farms and slaughterhouse
operations (Smithfield, Tyson's, Perdue,
Cargill, Ohio Fresh Eggs, DeCoster's) which
dump untold trillions of gallons
of feces and urine into the
water systems.
13. In many cities, the local health
department has pressured city councils
into trapping cats and dogs rather than spaying them. Why? Because
laboratories such as Harvard, UC Davis,
Univ of Texas, Univ of Wisconsin, Yale,
Cornell, Princeton, Yerkes, Emory
want a constant stream of animals
to kill.
14. Raccoons are being poisoned
with what the public is told
is rabies vaccine.
15. The socalled West Nile Virus comes
to carnivorous birds and is misnamed
.. the CDC and Health Dept. in order
to avoid panic about the pandemic
of Avian Spongiform Encephalopathy
or Mad Chicken has lied about this.


http://www.animalaid.org.uk (search for war on animals)
http://engforum.pravda.ru (put frankensteins in search)
http://www.stopanimaltests.com
http://www.worldanimalnet.org
http://www.wspa.org (Australian branch) re animals trapped
in live shipment boats in Beirut harbor
http://www.chai-online.org (Gaza Zoo bulldozing)
http://www.peta.net/feat/military (all but 1 item factual)
http://www.indymedia.org.uk (re Glaxo and Oxford
vivisection)
http://english.aljazeera.net ocean creatures dying from
massive oil spill generated by Israeli bombing of power
plant
www.madcowboy.com
www.maddeer.org
www.mad-cow.org
http://www.jewishveg.com/schwartz
http://spot.acorn.net/fruitarian


The Air Force Experiments On Animals
http://www.stopanimaltests.com

PETA has obtained sickening video footage of another series of Taser experiments, which were funded by the Pentagon's Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate (JNLWD) through the Department of Defense (DoD). The JNLWD commissioned the Air Force Research Laboratory to "evaluate the behavioral effectiveness" of Taser's products at Brooks Air Force Base in Texas.

Here are the chilling details of one Taser experiment on 11 pigs:

Each pig was initially exposed to the output of one of five randomly selected TASER-like devices for 15 seconds. There was a minimum rest period of 45 hours between succeeding exposures .... The initial exposures were accomplished while the pigs were pressing a panel for a food reward. After the second exposure, independent of the devices they were exposed to, the pigs refused to approach the bar and food well. Therefore, the test chamber was reconfigured; the panel press apparatus and food well were replaced with a bowl that contained food. After the third exposure, the pigs refused to approach the food bowl and vigorously resisted entering the test chamber.
Read the full report.

A one-second jolt with a Taser has been known to cause excruciating pain. One reporter recounted, "Taking the jolt, my knees gave out and the quick blast felt like it lasted 10 minutes. All I could see was red, and the pain was like an extreme migraine headache and how I imagine a whack in the back with a baseball bat would feel." After being subjected to an intolerable 15 seconds of electric current, it's no wonder that the animals refused to go back into the chamber. Even when they had been cruelly fasted for up to 48 hours, they balked, knowing what would happen to them.

In the protocols, the experimenters documented the following:

Pigs "vocalized loudly and ran in circles."
Most pigs "ran in circles. While being tasered, some of the swine jumped, either against the wall or over a wall."
One pig who was Tasered "was able to jump back and forth over a 2.5-ft wall."
One pig who was Tasered "was able to jump against the wall and its front hoof reached 6 ft off the ground."
The Air Force Video: Where's the Sound?
PETA was denied video footage of these experiments until our attorney filed a complaint. When we finally received the DVD, it was obvious why the Air Force was reluctant to release it. The animals were shown screaming and convulsing horribly, one after the other; they were deliberately and repeatedly subjected to prolonged electric Taser shocks. But the videotape did not have an audio track, and we've had to file another appeal for the full, unedited version as well as photographs that we know exist.

PETA wrote to the Air Force Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) members who approved this pitiless, revolting experiment—which was designated a category 3 experiment ("Pain or distress without analgesia"). We sent them a copy of the DVD so that they could see for themselves what they had approved. We asked them to favor non-animal test methods and refuse to sign off on any other protocols that involve blatant suffering.

Experiments on Animals—Not Good for the Air Force's Reputation
One member of the IACUC, John Ziriax, wrote that this experiment "will be a very high visibility project. This is a feature that has both good and bad consequences. On the good side, done well, this experiment could enhance the reputation of Brooks as a DoD bioeffects research laboratory. On the bad side, anything less than quality work has the potential for doing damage to our collective reputation and our ability to continue doing research with animals."

Take Action
Please write to Dr. James Jauchem, who presided over these experiments. Ask how these crude tests could have passed muster, and explain that they reflect very poorly on Brooks Air Force Base. Politely tell him that this does not qualify as "quality work" and that weapons experiments on animals must cease.

James Jauchem, Ph.D.
AFRL/HEDR
8308 Hawks Rd.
Brooks Air Force Base, TX 78235
james.jauchem@brooks.af.mil

Please also write to:

Col. David Karcher, Director
Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate
3097 Range Rd.
Quantico, VA 22134




Who are the billionaires for whom government agencies work?

Nelson Peltz: billionaire owner of Arby's, Wendy's Kraft
Warren Buffett, billionaire owner of Dean Foods
Don Tyson: billionaire owner of the largest network of
pig and cow slaughterhouses
Philanthropist Ted Turner, funder of many charities, but his 2 million acres in the US
are raising bison for slaughter, a cause of animal agony, human disease and global heating.
NPR: owner of 200 million in McDonald's stocks
Yum Foods, Kentucky based.. world's largest restaurant conglomerate
owner of KFC, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut etc.
http://www.yum.com/c...y/ourbrands.asp
Steve Feinberg of the Cerberus hedge fund, who bought 226 Burger King outlets
and 900,000 acres of a deforesting paper company.
Michael Bloomberg, [/B]funder of vivisection at Johns Hopkins
Bill Gates, funder of vivisection at Duke University which maintains
a partnership with the Atkins Foundation (the toxic Atkins
diet condemned by the AMA and with Smithfield, largest
pig butcher in the US)
http://www.kfccruelty.com
Karl Albrecht Germany 87 20.0 Germany
animal and fish flesh monger Aldi's which carries virtually
no vegan burgers, no vegan ice creams, no tempeh or hummus
David Rockefeller who owns cattle ranches in Argentina
and a sheep ranch in Australia as well as a collection of 50,000
impaled beetles. Rockefeller Univ. is a major vivisector.


The heirs of Winthrop Rockefeller, father and son, with
their Winrock Farms cattle ranch in Arkansas.

At least 5 Secretaries of State, including Henry Kissinger
and Dean Acheson,
were made so because of their
connection to the Rockefeller Foundation. They were
trained in protecting its assets. The latest Secretary of
State, Hillary Clinton, was heavily invested in slaughterhouse
and vivisection products before being forced to divest.

To know in what billionaires are invested
www.forbes.com
http://engforum.prav...ad.php?t=221515

While Warren Buffett dumped his McDonald's stock he is
still heavily invested in animal slaughter.

Others
http://engforum.prav...ad.php?t=221515
Gioia Family connection to Topps Meat
http://news.muckety....s-meat/39?rLink

(There are tens of thousands of billionaires, centimillionaires
and decamillionaires for whom the government agencies work)

For other billionaires see http://www.forbes.com
annual list of the biggest thieves in the world

[B]Intimidating vegetarian and vegan groups


Decades ago, the US Govt told Seventh Day Adventist vegan
hospitals that unless they served meat they would lose
federal funding. The SDA caved in. Unfortunately, Loma Linda
Hospital, an SDA one, is involved in vivisection and murdered
a ****** for a heart transplant to a human.

The US Army's helicopters were buzzing the vegan community
called The Farm in Summertown Tennessee until Senator Al
Gore stpped in to stop it.

Because most of Sai Baba's 100 million followerse are vegetarian
or vegan and because they work actively to promote
a world without slaughterhouses, the US Govt as well
as those of the UK, Australia have spread disinformation
about the only man in history to have 100 million people believe
him an avatar.
http://www.sathyasai.org

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Posted 14 March 2009 - 10:19 PM

Guess we could always test them on PETA members...
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Posted 14 March 2009 - 10:23 PM

Central Intelligence Agency Animal Research

The CIA's illegal torture prisons in Romania, Poland and elsewhere have ostensibly been shut down
but their animal torture continues.

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CIA gave 1 billion to Battelle Memorial Inst. in Tennessee to develop weaponized anthrax.
http://www.tetrahedr...thrax_espionage
4000 primates were murdered in just the first round of experiments at Ft Detrick. Counlless other
primates were sent from Ft Detrick to Battelle.

In 1962, CIA affiliated research of 3 vivisectors at Univ of Oklahoma involved injecting LSD into
a 'surplus zoo' elephant. The elephant died.

http://www.erowid.or..._history4.shtml
At Ohio State as well, LSD research was conducted by the vivisecting psychology department.
For other OSU research: go to http://www.pcrm.org http://www.poetwill.org

Martin Seligman at Univ of Pennsylvania shocked dogs repeatedly for the CIA.
http://www.insidehig...8/07/22/torture

The CIA, Skinner and primate vivisection
http://emsnews.wordp...ia-experiments/

CIA forced surgery on a cat, putting in a transmitter. The cat was run over by a taxi.
Unfortunately reporters made a joke of the cat's suffering.

http://mprofaca.cro.net/spycats.html
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CIA straps cameras onto pigeons, echoing the countless deaths of pigeons in WW1.
http://www.nytimes.c...-at-museum.html

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The Commonwealth countries are all involved in mass
genocide of animals.

That is perhaps the main reason for their sharing of Echelon
satellites which spy on their citizens.

Canada

The previous Canadian PM was on NPR not as a statesman but
as a shill for Canadian cow flesh.
The present fraudulently elected PM Harper continues
to pay Newfoundland seal clubbers to massacre baby seals.
Many around the world are responding by boycotting the
Canadian Olympics

Canada advertises the hunting of bears.
It deforests old growth woods.
It kills animals in Afghanistan

The UK
kills primates and other animals in testing
promotes British animal flesh
kills animals in Afghanistan

Australia
has created drought with its deforesting livestock economy
kills 6 million kangaroos a year

New Zealand
is involved in the barbarism of live shipments of sheep and
cows aboard ship

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Posted 14 March 2009 - 11:03 PM

Ft Detrick Maryland Killed 4000 Primates in Just 1 Weaponized
Anthrax Experiment Before shipping Primates and Samples
to Battelle Memorial Labs of Tennessee, Columbus and
West Jefferson Ohio.

Battelle received 1 billion from the CIA

rockcreekfreepress reprinted from
http://www.sheilacasey.com/2009/02/ny-times-complicit-in-fbi-anthrax-coverup.htm\
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NY Times Complicit in FBI Anthrax Coverup

BY SHEILA CASEY / RCFP

Back in 2001, just months after the anthrax attacks that killed five people,
several articles came out in mainstream newspapers that pointed clearly to the
CIA and Army as the most likely sources of the weaponized anthrax. Articles in
The Baltimore Sun, Miami Herald, Washington Post and New York Times laid out the
facts that incriminated Battelle Memorial Labs in West Jefferson, Ohio, and the
Army's lab at the Dugway Proving Grounds in Utah as the only logical sources for
the anthrax. These facts, as reported in 2001, include:

1. For over a decade, Army scientists at Dugway have been making weapons-grade
anthrax that is "virtually identical" to the anthrax used in the attacks.

2. The anthrax used in the 2001 attacks was extremely concentrated, with a
trillion spores per gram. The Dugway anthrax had a similar concentration.

3. The FBI was increasingly focused on US government bioweapons research
programs as the source of the deadly anthrax.

4. Both the lab in Utah and the lab in Ohio received anthrax samples from the
United States Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID)
at Fort Detrick, although USAMRIID deals only with wet anthrax and ships it wet.

5. The investigation was focused on the Dugway anthrax, and Dugway was described
as the only facility that was known to be weaponizing anthrax.

6. One FBI official said that the CIA's anthrax was "the best lead we have at
this point."

7. Army officials said that Fort Detrick did not have the equipment for
weaponizing anthrax.

The FBI has never explained what became of this initial focus on the labs in
Utah and Ohio. Instead, after the death of Fort Detrick anthrax researcher Bruce
Ivins in July, 2008, the FBI attempted to make the case that Ivins was the
murderer and all other suspects had been cleared of suspicion.

Since Ivins' death, the media have, with very few exceptions, passively
swallowed the line dispensed by the FBI, and have acted as little more than
stenographers in parroting the hollow arguments presented by the FBI that Ivins
is guilty.

On December 12, 2001, The Baltimore Sun published a seminal article by Scott
Shane that clearly laid out just how strong the evidence was against the Dugway
Proving Ground in Utah. Subtitled "Organisms made at a military laboratory in
Utah are genetically identical to those mailed to members of Congress," Shane's
article also includes this eyebrow-raising line: "Scientists familiar with the
anthrax program at Dugway described it to The Sun on the condition that they not
be named."

Apparently Shane has forgotten all that he reported seven years ago. Now with
The New York Times, Shane's latest piece, published January 4, 2009, raises
troubling questions about the independence of The Times, and the memory hole
that Shane must have used to shunt away all that he once knew about the case the
FBI code-named Amerithrax.

Shane calls his 5,200 word article "the deepest look so far at the
investigation." Titled "Portrait Emerges of Anthrax Suspect's Troubled Life," it
is primarily a hatchet job on Bruce Ivins. Filled with innuendo and
unsubstantiated allegations, the purpose of the article is clearly to solidify
the perception that Ivins was the killer, and to pooh-pooh the widely held
belief that the anthrax came from a CIA or military lab in Utah or Ohio.

Shane dismisses these beliefs breezily, stating: "The Times review found that
the FBI had disproved the assertion, widespread among scientists who believe Dr.
Ivins was innocent, that the anthrax might have come from military and
intelligence research programs in Utah or Ohio." Not a single piece of evidence
is presented to back up this sweeping claim.

Halfway through his article, Shane springs another shocker on us. "By early
2004, FBI scientists had discovered that out of 60 domestic and foreign water
samples, only water from Frederick, Maryland, had the same chemical signature as
the water used to grow the mailed anthrax."


Really? Do FBI scientists think that anthrax researchers go to the kitchen sink
for the water they use to grow the anthrax? According to Wikipedia, biochemistry
labs use only highly purifi ed water, such as double-distilled. Distilled water
is created by boiling water and collecting the steam. To obtain double-distilled
water, the process is done twice, so that all impurities and minerals are
removed. Distilled water has the same chemical signature, namely none, no matter
where in the world it originates.

It is unprecedented to have a major development in a high profi le case go
unreported for a full five years. Not only has the FBI never before mentioned
this so-called discovery about the signature of the water, but when they were
specifically asked if anything could be learned from the water, they said no.

The question came up on August 18, 2008, when the FBI held a science briefi ng
to follow up on the highly publicized August 6 press conference by DOJ attorney
Jeff Taylor. The science briefi ng was hosted by Dr. Vahid Majidi, Assistant
Director of the FBI Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate.

Dr. Majidi was asked: "In your looking at the elemental and chemical properties,
could you tell anything about the water that was used to fi lter this anthrax,
and did that do you any good?"

Dr. Majidi replied: "No. No."

Yet here we are, five months later, with Scott Shane telling us that the FBI has
known since 2004 that the anthrax was grown near Fort Detrick, because of the
chemical signature of the water.

Beyond these outrageous claims, Shane's article is busy assassinating Bruce
Ivins' character. We have Nancy Haigwood saying of Ivins "he did it," for no
apparent reason other than she doesn't like him and thinks he's odd. She also
thinks Ivins vandalized her house 27 years ago and impersonated her. No reason
is given for why she believes these things.

Shane editorializes heavily. He charges that Ivins was "chipper" even as five
people were dead or dying of anthrax inhalation, and was relishing his moment in
the spotlight. No evidence is presented for how Shane reached these conclusions
about Ivins.

Words Shane uses to describe Ivins (including quotes from others) are: corny,
dour, scary, provocative, emotionally laden, thin-skinned, aggressive, goody two
shoes, very sensitive, creepy, possessing an unnerving hubris, stressed,
depressed, rude, sarcastic, nasty, devious, jumpy and agitated.

We find out that Ivins had been a nerdy, awkward teenager, was not popular in
high school, and was still bitter about this.

He liked to eat a mixture of peas, yogurt and tuna for lunch and wore outdated
bell-bottoms, practices that, according to Shane, got him labeled an "oddball."
The words odd, oddball or oddities appear five times in Shane's article.

The final reference, regarding "a man whose oddities, for many people, made the
FBI's anthrax accusation more plausible," tips Shane's hand. His constant
harping on Ivins oddness betrays the poverty of the FBI's case, which Shane
acknowledges has "yielded nothing more persuasive than a strong hunch" that
Ivins was the killer.

Fortunately for many of us, being odd is not a crime.

But was Ivins odd? The Frederick News Post published a letter from Amanda Lane
on August 10, 2008 that includes: "I want to shout from the mountain tops that
Bruce was the kind of man we look up to … He was a decorated scientist and the
humblest of men who didn't use his title as a status symbol. He picked up a mop
or emptied the trash without a moment's hesitation. If he thought you were
having a bad day he would offer candy or a catchy tune to cheer you up. If
someone had to stay late to accomplish a task, Bruce would work with you so that
the task would get completed faster.

"He was not the greatest athlete, but he was the best cheerleader present at
every game to support his friends. I will truly miss his good humor, as there
are few people in life who measure up to this man. I hope that he knew how much
joy he brought to my life and others around him. If I learned anything from
Bruce, it was to enjoy life and to always smile. His friendship brightened so
many lives. I hope that Americans will remember Bruce for the funny and
compassionate person that he was, because that is all Bruce knew how to be."

Although Shane does mention that Ivins' colleagues cherished him, the
implication is that they didn't really know him, as "he hid from them a shadow
side of mental illness, alcoholism, secret obsessions and hints of violence."

The New York Times has published a hit piece, devoid of incriminating facts,
more gossip than journalism. Shane's article raises disturbing questions about
the relationship between The New York Times and the US government. What happened
to the FBI's original focus on the CIA and Army labs? Who is behind the drive to
pin the attacks on a dead man who possessed neither the means nor the motive to
carry them out? And why is The Times acting as a PR arm for those with an agenda
that has nothing to do with journalism?

Sheila Casey is a DC-based journalist. Her work has been published by the
Chicago Sun-Times, Reuters, the Denver Post, Dissident Voice and Common Dreams.





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Posted 14 March 2009 - 11:47 PM

Light in the Darkness

Dr Faust, chief of the USDA Fruit Labs, told a reporter he had
seen centenarian apple trees drop 2 tons each of free food.
http://spot.acorn.net/fruitarian

Loan shark capitalism promotes scarcity systems because
systems of high yield for all don't make them money.

Abbatoir economics creates 100 to 1000 lbs of toxic food
per acre. Dairy products create a few times more.
Potatoes yield 80,000 lbs an acre. Fruit and nut trees
with vines interspersed can create more than 450,000 lbs
per acre. Fruit is 450 to 4500 times more productive per
acre than the screams of the slaughterhouse.
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Posted 15 March 2009 - 06:34 AM

State Govt. Barbarisms
(an almost infinite list)

Alaska's Republican governor
http://engforum.prav...n, bears, moose

Iowa: Both Iowa's senators acted for animal genocide businesses
by working to pass a bill classifying baby chicks not
as God's creatures but as commercial mail to bypass
safety conditions.

Pennsylvania has the most hunters of any state, in percentage.
That is in the single digits.

Tennessee: Battelle is doing internationall condemned
weaponized anthrax testing in a Tenn. lab

Texas
http://engforum.prav...ight=strickland
Gov Perry's connections to vivisector Merck

Virginia: Though Britain has banned foxhunting with more
than 2 dogs, Virginia continues, especially in the Charlottesville
area to allow the ancient barbarism.



Arkansas.. gave rise to the Tyson conglomerate

Illinois' state govt. is electrocuting fish
It is the corporate headquarters of the world's biggest
restaurant butcher. http://www.mcspotlight.org

M states, Maine, Maryland and Massachusetts: all involved
in kidnapping lobsters and boiling them alive.

www.lobsterlib.com

Wisconsin: Feingold (see Iowa) also worked on antibird legislation.
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Posted 15 March 2009 - 06:38 AM

Corrupt Senators (virtually all with emphasis on
the Western livestock state senators and southern poultry
state senators)


The Senate passed the criminal AETA bill which was pushed
most by Coburn and Inhofe of Oklahoma and Izaksom and Chambliss of Georgia.

John Cornyn of Texas, elected through vote fraud
.. was part of a hunting party which killed over 400
cage raised birds released in nets in front of him.. (in 1 day)

Joseph Lieberman of Connecticut.. Pfizer's voice in the Senate..
Pfizer incinerates in New London CT incinerator alone, a truckload
of dead animal victims daily

George Voinovich of Ohio
1. as governor authored legislation which made the mourning
dove a hunted bird
2. when a German factory farmer was banned and jailed
for cruelty to animals and nearly killing a worker with nicotinic
insecticides, Voinovich invited him to Ohio with a red carpet
which turned out to be a carpet of blood.. 1/2 million birds
were killed in a tornado.. many of them without food
or water .. and without feathers..in the 30 degree weather
... were finally bulldozed alive into graves by Buckeye which
became Agrigeneral and now has another name

Dianne Feinstein, war profiteer and insider trading who has illegally
funneled billion dollar contracts from the govt. to her husband.

Feingold,
Harkin Grassley... removed protections for baby chicks
in transit
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Just great. Another thread for sb11 to talk to herself in.

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Posted 15 March 2009 - 07:20 AM

Posted Image
Above: victim of a mouse vivisector, a peer of Cascade

You might want to check out http://www.worldanimalnet.org
The 20,000 animal rights groups there are only a fraction
of those in the world

The vivisector mentality is an iceberg
in a warm sea

Perhaps you believe you have to kill mice in order
to heal human beings. But Einstein dreamt his theory of
relativity (source: his autobiography) There are thousands
of examples of scientists who received revelation, scientists
who were not inflicting pain.
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Posted 15 March 2009 - 07:30 AM

Yes, well, SB11 happens to be a former lover of someone who wrote a song about her:

SB = Sherry Bendal

You didn't notice how Bush, who actually did believe in freedom via his Texas hickabillyism, got snookered by Cheney and any-else who could wooze him.

Anyway... you're from a northern American State closer to fresh water than California, so... you can understand...

What if we actually did have to deal with climate change moving things north such that we could use the border to filter out *******s?

Are you able to look into your heart and know that regardless of the ****ups of being human evolved from dust and mud, that you are not an *******?

Do you know how to choose to do good?

Personally, the way I deal with it is I pray and dare God to present himself as opposition if He thinks He can do it better that me (plus I add the proviso that that if I'd doing something wrong I will accept His objection... but He never stops me... which tells me something about how Him and Mosus's heavily issued discussions went on that mountain.)

So... The problem we have here is ... a punit square of:

_______smart | dumb |
good..|..........|..........|
evil....|..........|..........|


Check a box... Where do you and or those worthy of surviving and hanging onto fit into?
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Posted 15 March 2009 - 07:36 AM

Can somebody explain to my why at the end of the cold war the cheezy, baby-faced victors didn't bother to notice that half the deal of the Russians not getting as much money from their sale from oil in order to keep buying their daughters blue-jeens that those retarded dicks on the other side did not have jobs ready for them???
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Dear Cascade, Are you still working as a mousekiller


Yes, harming furry little animals is what I do. Now carry on with tinfoilhatman Omicron. It's a good fit for you.

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Posted 16 March 2009 - 04:47 PM

Meat Industry Dominated USDA fights against food
stamp reform... reform which would give stamps for
fruits vegetables but not for meat fish and dairy
which add to the health costs of Medicare, cause
animal agony, human disease.

http://www.pcrm.org/...ht-feds-on-food


Don Barnes' refusal to continue irradiating primates at Barnes AFB
inspired the movie Project X with Matthew Broderick and Helen Hunt.

http://oai.dtic.mil/...ifier=AD0722053


People tend to think of San Francisco as a liberal area.
Yet its elected politicians Dianne Feinstein and Nancy Pelosi
are warwagers. In addition UC Berkeley administration
worked with the FBI and Schwarzenegger to pass an
unconstitutional bill limiting the right to picket.

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Federal prison authorities are refusing to grant vegan prisoners

vegan meals in Minnesota:


Warden English is responsible

FCI Waseca

Federal Correctional Institution

PO Box 1731

Waseca, MN 66093

Edited by sb11, 03 November 2011 - 01:13 PM.

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Posted 16 March 2009 - 05:08 PM

Army's Dugway Proving Grounds in Utah Confirms Weaponized Anthrax
Experiments

http://www.ph.ucla.e...xperiments.html


Last Updated

14 Jun 2003 (before Rupert Murdoch bought the paper)
Source: Wall Street Journal, December 14, 2001.

SPECIAL REPORT: AFTERMATH OF TERROR
Army Confirms Experiments With Anthrax at Utah Facility
By JOHN FIALKA and GARY FIELDS, Staff Reporters of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

The U.S. Army confirmed Thursday that it has experimented in the last few years at a Utah facility with powdered forms of anthrax that could be used as a weapon, but said all of the material had been accounted for.

Army officials refused to say if the powdered anthrax -- manufactured to test defensive decontamination methods, they said -- was the same as the Ames strain that was used in the mailing attacks. The Dugway Proving Grounds in Utah does have that strain, and Federal Bureau of Investigation officials said they are now waiting for scientists to determine if it was used in powder form by the lab.

The FBI has been aware since October that the facility was experimenting with powdered anthrax and has questioned personnel there about the matter. But a senior law-enforcement official working on the case said, "to say someone from Dugway is the culprit is pure speculation. ... We've been working very closely with the Army, and they've been very cooperative."

Army shipping records show that anthrax was sent to Dugway Proving Grounds from the Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases at Fort Detrick, Md. At Dugway, the anthrax was used as part of small-scale, regular experiments to test detection equipment and decontamination gear to better equip U.S. soldiers against biological weapons, Army officials said. The effort was launched after the Gulf War.

The Army said in a statement that "all anthrax used at Dugway has been accounted for. There is a rigorous tracking and inventory program to follow the production, receipt and destruction of select agents."

FBI officials say they have been surprised by the widespread use of anthrax in laboratories and research universities. "It's been eye-opening for us," a senior FBI official said Thursday. "The way the science community works, it's very freewheeling and free-sharing."

Tim Moore, director of research for the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, whose school has been contacted by the FBI, said there is a "very different culture of how scientists deal with their [anthrax] cultures. When I was in grad school the lab was a mess. There were cultures that had been in there for 15 years; nobody knew who they belonged to."

Meanwhile, federal health officials said they will meet this weekend to discuss whether to offer anthrax vaccinations to thousands of people who may have been exposed to the dangerous bacterium.

About 9,000 people in Florida, Washington, New York and New Jersey were told to take antibiotics for 60 days to stave off anthrax infections. As that deadline gets closer for many, some health officials wonder if the course was long enough to prevent anthrax spores in the lungs from causing infection. Evidence that many people didn't finish the regimen also has raised concerns; many of the postal workers at the Brentwood facility where contaminated letters were processed have told health officials they didn't finish the regimen.

Officials must decide if the possibility the vaccine may protect people is worth the possibility of adverse reactions to it. They also must decide how much of the 220,000 doses transferred from the Defense Department to the Department of Health and Human Services stockpile should be used rather than saved for potential future outbreaks. Vaccinating all the people deemed to be at risk would require at least 27,000 doses.

Postal officials also said they are considering issuing fliers to New Jersey residents in the hopes of securing more leads over the mailer of four anthrax-tainted letters postmarked Trenton, N.J. The proposed flier, to be sent out before Dec. 25, could include images of the letters, the FBI's profile of the mailer, the idiosyncrasies of the mailer's handwriting, and information about the case's $1.25 million reward.

-- Sarah Lueck, Chad Terhune and Kathy Chen contributed to this article.
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Posted 17 March 2009 - 10:38 AM

http://www.downbound...sting_s/274.htm



This factsheet was completed by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). Please direct any questions or comments to PETA directly at 757-622-7382 or info@peta.org.

Military Testing: The Unseen War


When news reports tally the casualties of war, or when monuments are erected to honor soldiers, the other-than-human victims of war--the animals whose bodies are shot, burned, poisoned, and otherwise tortured in tests to create even more ways to kill people--are never recognized, nor is their suffering well known. The 1987 movie "Project X" offered only a glimpse of the kind of experiments that go on far from public view but at taxpayer expense.

Uncounted Casualties

The U.S. military inflicts the pains of war on hundreds of thousands of animals each year in experiments. The Department of Defense (DOD) and the Veterans Administration (VA) together are the federal government's second largest user of animals (after the National Institutes of Health). They account for nearly half the estimated minimum of 1.6 million dogs, cats, guinea pigs, hamsters, rabbits, primates, rats, mice, and "wild animals" used, as reported to Congress in 1983, the last year for which government figures are available.(1) Because these figures don't include experiments that were contracted out to non-governmental laboratories, or the many sheep, goats, and pigs often shot in wound experiments, the actual total of animal victims is probably much higher.

The House Armed Services Committee voiced its concern "about the use of animals in medical and other defense-related research" in its report on the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 1995.(2) At committee hearings, DOD revealed that its use of animals in experiments has increased 36% in the past decade, but that it spent $180 million on research using 553,000 animals in the last fiscal year.(3)

Top Secret

Military testing is classified "Top Secret," and it is very hard to get current information. From published research, we know that armed forces facilities all over the United States test all manner of weaponry on animals, from Soviet AK-47 rifles to biological and chemical warfare agents to nuclear blasts. Military experiments can be acutely painful, repetitive, costly, and unreliable, and they are particularly wasteful because most of the effects they study can be, or have already been, observed in humans, or the results cannot be extrapolated to human experience.

Sample Experiments

Burns and Blasts: In 1946, near the Bikini Atoll in the South Pacific, 4,000 sheep, goats, and other animals loaded onto a boat and set adrift were killed or severely burned by an atomic blast detonated above them. The military nicknamed the experiment "The Atomic Ark."(4)

At the Army's Fort Sam Houston, live rats were immersed in boiling water for 10 seconds, and a group of them were then infected on parts of their burned bodies.(5)

In 1987, at the Naval Medical Institute in Maryland, rats' backs were shaved, covered with ethanol, and then "flamed" for 10 seconds.(6)

In 1988, at Kirkland Air Force Base in New Mexico, sheep were placed in a loose net sling against a reflecting plate, and an explosive device was detonated 19 meters away. In two of the experiments, 48 sheep were blasted: the first group to test the value of a vest worn during the blast, and the second to see if chemical markers aided in the diagnosis of blast injury (they did not).(7)

Radiation: At the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute in Maryland, nine rhesus monkeys were strapped in chairs and exposed to total-body irradiation. Within two hours, six of the nine were vomiting, hypersalivating, and chewing.(8) In another experiment, 17 beagles were exposed to total-body irradiation, studied for one to seven days, and then killed. The experimenter concluded that radiation affects the gallbladder.(9)

At Brooks Air Force Base in Texas, rhesus monkeys were strapped to a B52 flight simulator (the "Primate Equilibrium Platform"). After being prodded with painful electric shocks to learn to "fly" the device, the monkeys were irradiated with gamma rays to see if they could hold out "for the 10 hours it would take to bomb an imaginary Moscow." Those hit with the heaviest doses vomited violently and became extremely lethargic before being killed.(10)

Diseases: To evaluate the effect of temperature on the transmission of the Dengue 2 virus, a mosquito-transmitted disease that causes fever, muscle pain, and rash, experiments conducted by the U.S. Army at Fort Detrick, Md., involved shaving the stomachs of adult rhesus monkeys and then attaching cartons of mosquitoes to their bodies to allow the mosquitoes to feed.(11)

Experimenters at Fort Detrick have also invented a rabbit restraining device that consists of a small cage that pins the rabbits down with steel rods while mosquitoes feast on their bodies.(12)

Wound Labs: The Department of Defense has operated "wound labs" since 1957. At these sites, conscious or semiconscious animals are suspended from slings and shot with high-powered weapons to inflict battlelike injuries for military surgical practice. In 1983, in response to public pressure, Congress limited the use of dogs in these labs, but countless goats, pigs, and sheep are still being shot, and at least one laboratory continues to shoot cats. At the Army's Fort Sam Houston "Goat Lab," goats are hung upside down and shot in their hind legs. After physicians practice excising the wounds, any goat who survives is killed.(13)

Other forms of military experiments include subjecting animals to decompression sickness, weightlessness, drugs and alcohol, smoke inhalation, and pure oxygen inhalation.

Animal Intelligence

The Armed Forces conscript various animals into intelligence and combat service, sending them on "missions" that endanger their lives and well-being. The Marine Corps teaches dogs "mauling, snarling, sniffing, and other suitable skills" needed to search for bombs and drugs.(14)

Thousands of animals also fall victim to military operations and even military fashion. A series of Navy tests of underwater explosives in the Chesapeake Bay in 1987 killed more than 3,000 fish(15), and habitats for hundreds of species have been destroyed by nuclear tests in the South Pacific and the American Southwest.

And as if weapons tests didn't kill enough animals, the Air Force recently awarded a New Jersey company $5.2 million to manufacture 53,000 leather flight jackets, in an effort to "enhance esprit" among its pilots. At 3-1/2 goat skins per jacket, the result will be that 185,500 African goats will lose their lives so that U.S. pilots can sport a World War II "look."(16)

References

"Alternatives to Animal Use in Research, Testing, and Education," U.S. Office of Technology Assessment, 1986, pp. 50-51.
Krizmanic, Judy, "Military Increases Animal Experiments," Vegetarian Times, August 1994.
Ibid.
Tom Regan, "We Are All Noah," 1985.
Burleson, "Flow Cytometric Measurement of Rat Lymphocite Subpopulations After Burn Injury and Injury With Infection," Archives of Surgery, 122:216.
Wretland, et al., "Role of Exotoxin A and Elastase in the Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Strain PAO Experimental Mouse Burn Infection," Microbial Pathogenesis, 2:397, 1987.
Phillips, et al., "Cloth Ballistic Vest Alters Response to Blast," Journal of Trauma, Jan. 28, 1988.
Dubas, et al., "Effect of Ionizing Radiation on Prostaglandins and Gastric Secretion in Rhesus Monkeys," Radiation Research, 110:289, 1987.
Durakovic, "Hepatobiliary Kinetics After Whole Body Irradiation," Military Medicine, 151(9):487.
"Obscure Office Drafts World War III Script," Washington Post, May 27, 1984.
Watts, et al., "Effect of Temperature on the Vector Efficiency of Aedes Aegypti for Dengue 2 Virus," American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 36(1):143, 1987.
Dobson, et al., "A Device for Restraining Rabbits While Bloodfeeding Mosquitoes," Laboratory Animal Science, 37(3):364, 1987.
"Goats Shot to Teach Army Doctors Skills," Williamsport Sun-Gazette, March 5, 1986.
"Uncle Sam Wants You, Too, Fido," Time, June 18, 1984, p. 33.
"Fish Deaths Cancel Navy Blast Tests," Washington Post, October 1, 1987.
"Air Force Needs a Few Goat Jackets," San Francisco Chronicle, April 8, 1988.
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Posted 17 March 2009 - 11:02 AM

Animal Rights and the FBI

I
God is Truth. The FBI has criminalized the ancient right of citizens
to obfuscate when interrogated. But the FBI frequently lies ..
the practice is defended under names such as proper police procedure.
II
The FBI is currently jailing activists for picketing the homes
of vivisectors .. 'violating their privacy'. Yet the FBI records every keystroke,
downloads every email, monitors every phone call,
opens every piece of snail mail and in some cases puts tails on
activists.


Nor does the FBI fulfill its duty to sue the banks, other corporations, search engines, ad agencies, pharmaceutical manufacturers
who set spyware and cookies to snoop on Americans and
to violate their email with commercials for Pfizer and other
products.
III
Many activists have been falsely accused by the FBI of
violence, as provocateur infiltraters into groups stage
acts of violence,* as jail house snitches are bribed by early release
from prison to lie.
Yet no one defends the violence of
genocidal butchers of animals and laboratory inflicters of pain
more than the FBI, servants of mammon's concentrations.

(The list of FBI informant acts of violence is endless
and includes the murder of Violet Liuzzo, civil rights activist)

One by one the souls of FBI agents will be lit with the torch
of compassion.. until none will harm the innocent.
May God awaken FBI Director Mueller to the rights of all sentient beings.
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Posted 18 March 2009 - 05:06 PM

Bolivian military cruelty is a contrast to Bolivia's

role as the first country in the world to

ban circuses because of animal cruelty

http://getactive.pet...olivia_military

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Time to include rats and mice

Though they are mammals, mice and rats are not yet covered

by the US Animal Welfare Act. They are the

most tortured creatures in the world.


37 of the ways Militaries around the world harm

animals


http://engforum.prav...613#post3005613

Governor Kasich's cruelty to people and animals
http://engforum.prav...-ohio-governor/
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Animal Rights and the FBI

I
God is Truth. The FBI has criminalized the ancient right of citizens
to obfuscate when interrogated. But the FBI frequently lies ..
the practice is defended under names such as proper police procedure.

No such right ever.

II
The FBI is currently jailing activists for picketing the homes
of vivisectors .. 'violating their privacy'. Yet the FBI records every keystroke,
downloads every email, monitors every phone call,
opens every piece of snail mail and in some cases puts tails on
activists.

Warrants are obtained when needed due to the suspected and often actual criminal activity of the environmental extremist.

Nor does the FBI fulfill its duty to sue the banks, other corporations, search engines, ad agencies, pharmaceutical manufacturers
who set spyware and cookies to snoop on Americans and
to violate their email with commercials for Pfizer and other
products.

The FBI does not bring about civil actions. That would be the Justice Department. FYI, spammers are being sued and criminally prosecuted.


III
Many activists have been falsely accused by the FBI of
violence, as provocateur infiltraters into groups stage
acts of violence,* as jail house snitches are bribed by early release
from prison to lie.
Yet no one defends the violence of
genocidal butchers of animals and laboratory inflicters of pain
more than the FBI, servants of mammon's concentrations.

Sure they have... None of these environmental terrorist even such much as violated a traffic law.


(The list of FBI informant acts of violence is endless
and includes the murder of Violet Liuzzo, civil rights activist)

Killed by the Klan which has numerous supporters on Pravda. Truly a travesty of justice but 1960s America was not a good place.

One by one the souls of FBI agents will be lit with the torch
of compassion.. until none will harm the innocent.
May God awaken FBI Director Mueller to the rights of all sentient beings.

Sorry but Americans are meat eaters...
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Posted 18 March 2009 - 05:29 PM

I am against growing number home animals on cost wide. creatures. Stop rising and selling dog and cats just for their sake. :pray:
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