ASPCA Pledge to Fight Animal Cruelty

Pledge to Fight Animal Cruelty

Sunday, June 17, 2007

Slaughter of the Innocent

“A dog is crucified in order to study the duration of the agony of Christ.

A pregnant bitch is disembowled to observe the maternal instinct in the throes of pain.

Experimenters in an American university cause convulsions in dogs and cats, to study their brain waves during the seizures, which gradually become more frequent and severe until the animals are in a state of continual seizure that leads to their death in 3 to 5 hours; the experimenters then supply several charts of the brain waves in question, but no idea how they could be put to any practical use......

Beagles, well known for their mild and affectionate natures, are tortured until they start attacking each other. The ‘scientists’ responsible for this announce that they were ‘conducting a study on juvenile delinquency.’

from Hans Ruesch’s immortal 1976 book, Slaughter of the Innocent:

Vivisection is, for many, a particularly horrendous form of animal abuse, despite the number of animals killed being fewer than those used in other areas of animal abuse, such as factory farming. But anybody who has seen the filmed and photographic evidence for themselves can testify to the gut-wrenching horrors animals are subjected to in vivisection laboratories, and which can surely only be the result of diseased minds?

These experiments have nothing to do with progress, but rather the furthering of careers, and the huge amounts of money to be made by the countless companies involved in the carnage, which of course includes the biggest money-spinner of all, the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.


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