Animal rights activists know this, but still demand that animal testing be prohibited. Click through my Amazon affiliate link or find other ways to Support this Site. It is common to write off terrorist activity and the vicious statements of animal rights leaders as "extremist," while maintaining that the majority of people in the animal rights movement have benevolent intentions.
The group publishes information about Huntingdon and its shareholders, stockbrokers and customers, and encourages its members to stage loud protests outside these businesses and the homes of their employees.
As Michael Fox, vice president of The Humane Society explains, "The life of an ant and that of my child should be granted equal consideration. Not if the animal "rights" terrorists plaguing Huntingdon Life Sciences have their way. But man-hatred is not limited to a few leaders, it is inherent in the very notion of animal "rights.
Today, animal rights advocates want to make the progress of medical science impossible—so that rats may live. But will it occur? I did not write this article. According to a recent story in The Wall Street Journal, "there has been a series of violent attacks on people and property linked to the company.
By attempting to destroy the essential, life-preserving medical testing industry, SHAC and their allies reveal the man-hatred contained in the notion of animal "rights. Rights make it possible for individuals to coexist peacefully, trade and produce, provide for their own lives, and pursue their own happiness, free from the threat of violence.
But more research and testing are needed and much of it must be done on animals. To attribute rights to animals is to ignore the purpose and justification of rights—to protect the interests of man.
The "protests" often include violence, breaking and entering, property damage and death threats.
Millions of people will die unnecessarily if it is not permitted. Scientists are closer than ever to finding cures for AIDS, cancer and other deadly illnesses.
Some animal rights leaders are even openly in favor of criminal action. Ominously, the crimes against Huntingdon are not isolated incidents; animal rights terrorists commit more than 1, crimes annually. Huntingdon tests new medical products on animals—mostly rats and mice—to help determine if the products are safe and effective for human use.
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