Another Fake Animal Welfare Group

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The quotes seemed designed to show them as extremists and/or insincere liars. The National Animal Interest Alliance is an association of business, agricultural, scientific, and recreational interests dedicated to promoting animal welfare, supporting responsible animal use and strengthening the bond between humans and animals. By the way, it's not only the name, but the web site is also designed to be deceiving with pictures of cute animals and strong human/animal relationships.

On What the Animal Ag Alliance Thinks of Us

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The industry calls us all "animal rights activists" and of course uses the ridiculous "extremists" (read: a person with a principle manifested in her actions) and the Communications Director of the AAA, Philip Lobo, says of extremists, "many of whom are vegans, who are willing to use drastic measures in their attempts to impose their dietary choices onto others." The Humane Society of the United States is the big bully on this strange playground.

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Animal Researchers Promote Sob Stories

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I don't believe they are working for human welfare. I think they are clever cowards who use extremists to hide their work and to obfuscate the truth about what they do to animals and whether it is truly necessary. I posted on this blog about quitting because of the New Iberia scandal in Louisiana in which the Humane Society found primates being abused. I don't support animal research and I have no sympathy for animal researchers.

The True Costs of the Rhetoric of Terror Continue to Mount – Part 1

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The word ‘extremist’ runs a close second. Extremist’ connotes a fanatical whacko incapable of being reasoned with. Their concerns can’t be legitimate if they are “fanatical extremist terrorist whackos.” The rhetoric of terror has been used to “justify” human rights abuses in Guantanamo. With surprisingly little fanfare, President George W. Bush signed the “ Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act ” into law this past Monday (November 27, 2006).

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