Wednesday, November 18, 2009

A Closer Look at Animal Rights Organizations

Today’s animal rights movement has never wavered from its ultimate aim: the complete abolition of a long list of consumer choices that most Americans enjoy. These include meat, dairy foods, hunting, fishing, zoos, aquariums, circuses, rodeos, fur, leather, wool, and silk.

Activists even want to do away with vital medical research that uses animals. PETA co-founder and president Ingrid Newkirk once proclaimed: “Even if animal research resulted in a cure for AIDS, we’d be against it.” And PCRM recently filed a complaint against a hospital whose doctors were using pigs to hone their surgical skills—the most realistic option available for medical training.

Inch by inch, groups like PETA, PCRM, and HSUS continue to advance toward a society that views human beings as no different from (and no more important than) barnyard livestock and lab rats. Giving legal “rights” to Babe and Rover is an integral part of an animal rights future...

The Center for Consumer Freedom exposes the ugly underbelly of America's animal rights movement in many ways. But if we hope to protect ourselves from the pantheistic paganism of the animal rights organizations, we must do what we can to inform others about what these groups are really into.

So, to season your conversations and letters to editors and politicians, check out this page on the website of The Center for Consumer Freedom and pay special attention there to the easy-to-read (but fascinating and infuriating) Pdf files they've created concerning People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM), and the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS).

Each is entitled “7 Things You Didn’t Know” and they will quickly introduce you to the deception, manipulation and hunger for tyrannical power behind these groups.