Category: News Articles

FAREWELL PALERON, FAREWELL SAUSAGE: THE BUTCHERS IN THE VIEWFINDER OF RADICAL MILITANT

The Koz Post “Butcher, assassin!”, “Meat is murder!”: radicals in their own words and sometimes violence in their acts, some activists of the cause of animal attack in the last few months to butchers, to the indignation of the meat sector, which calls for the State to counter “terror”. The nights are usually calm in …

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Vandalism Or Vigils? Vegans Are Divided Over How To Get People To Quit Meat

Huffington Post Instead of radical veganism, some activists want to show it’s “fun, accessible and attractive to people.” Butchers in France called for police protection after six people were arrested following incidents of vandalism at shops selling meat and dairy products. In the U.K., a family-run butcher was sprayed with the words “Stop Killing Animals. …

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Police consider drones to monitor badger cull protesters

Devon and Cornwall police warn activists as cull zone is massively expanded The Guardian (UK) Police have warned badger cull protesters that they may use drones to try to keep order in the far south-west of England following heightened tensions between activists and officers. In an email to protesters seen by the Guardian, a Devon and Cornwall officer …

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MASSIVE GDPR BREACH FROM BADGER KILLER’S ACCOUNTANTS

UK Badger Cull List of Killers- Click Here. [Press Office note: If you are in the UK, take the opportunity to personally let those who are murdering innocent badgers for pleasure and profit know your disgust. The information and links below, including a map detailing their locations, detail the names and contact information for many …

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Data breach sees farm names end up in hands of animal rights activists

Farmers Weekly An accountancy firm waited two months to inform clients of a data breach that eventually saw farmers’ names and addresses end up in the hands of animal rights activists. The breach occurred after accountants and financial planners Old Mill uploaded a mailing list containing 7,363 names and addresses to its webspace. Although not …

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Fur Farm in Hjo, Sweden Closes After Raid

Three weeks after thousands of mink were released from cages at his fur farm in Hjo, Sweden, Knut Indebetou has decided to close the farm. “It’s not worth the effort,” he explained. Indebetou has been the target of activists for several years. http://www.landlantbruk.se/lantbruk/det-finns-ingen-lonsamhet-for-mink/  (In Swedish)

1 Dolphin, Hundreds Of Other Animals Trapped In Closed Aquarium

Urgent Action needed!! Honey the Dolphin plus Hundreds Of Other Animals Trapped In Closed Aquarium in Japan Honey the dolphin is reportedly isolated, sunburnt, and showing signs of mental distress Hundreds of sea animals are currently trapped in a Japanese aquarium that’s been closed for months, say local animal rights groups. One dolphin, 46 penguins, …

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Bears liberated from ‘torture cages’ in Vietnam after 21 years

(MENAFN – Asia Times) Five moon bears that had been held captive for 21 years in southern Vietnam were rescued in a recent operation by an animal rights’ group. Animals Asia, a global non-government organization, rescued the five bears from a bile farm in My Tho in the Mekong Delta, according to tweets on its …

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Animal Liberation Front Founder Proposes New Definition Of Veganism

The campaigner wants to see a moral imperative to educate others about animal exploitation Two animal rights activists are calling for a new definition of veganism to be implemented across the board. Animal Liberation Front (ALF) Founder Ronnie Lee and campaigner Tony Harris created the new definition – which includes a moral imperative to educate …

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Former Seattle man, an alleged domestic terrorist, arrested in Cuba after 12 years on the run

(NATIONAL) – Joseph Mahmoud Dibee, 50, formerly of Seattle, an accused domestic terrorist and 12-year fugitive, has been apprehended and returned to the United States to face federal criminal charges in Washington state as well as in California and Oregon. The announcement was made Monday by Assistant Attorney General for National Security John C. Demers, …

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ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS SET FIRE TO ZOO

Newsweek A pro-animal rights anarchist group has set fire to a zoo in France in protest at what it believes to be the illegal imprisonment of wildlife. Activists running the website Le Laboratoire Anarchiste claimed responsibility for the attack on the Peaugres Safari park in France’s central Ardèche region last week, The Local reported. Luckily, the blaze …

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Animal rights activists, facing 60 years in prison, to visit farm where they removed baby pig during ‘open rescue’

BY TAYLOR HARTMAN BEAVER COUNTY, Utah – Five animal rights activists, who each face 60 years in prison, will visit a farm where they allegedly took a piglet who was dying in 2017, demanding that they are allowed to inspect it to see if conditions have improved. The activists, who are members of the animal rights …

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Ag Alliance: Animal rights activists focused on ‘animal liberation’

By AGDAILY Reporters From taking extreme action to liberate livestock to discussing the reproductive rights of female animals, animal rights activists covered it at all at their latest conference. And the Animal Agriculture Alliance has all the details, releasing a report today with their observations from the Animal Rights National Conference, held June 28 through July …

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French butchers issue plea for police protection from vegans after spate of attacks

The Telegraph French butchers have issued a plea for police protection against vegans, whom they blame for a series of attacks designed to “spread terror” among meat-lovers. The butchers say they are coming under “physical, verbal and moral” attack from vegans and animal rights groups in the land of the “steak frites”, and warn that …

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Founder of Marineland dies

ONTARIO, CA (WIVB) – The man behind a major Niagara Falls tourist destination died on Saturday.John Holer founded Marineland in Niagara Falls, Canada in 1961. Since then, the park has transformed in size. Marineland has faced criticism from animal rights groups in recent years. According to a lawyer for the park, Andrew Burns, Holer died peacefully at home, comforted …

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