A special effort is needed from everyone.  If you do nothing else, please share this information.

 

Please educate yourself as to the differences between animal welfare and animal rights.  Animal welfare endeavors to ensure well-being and treatment of animals.  Animal rights activists want extinction of domesticated animals as well as, hunting, fishing, rodeo, circus, meat eating etc.

 

added 7/1/09

 

here from Homeland Security, a must read

 

PETA andf HSUS are slammed by DHS for terrorist ties!!

 

Finally, maybe someone will listen. Please spread this far and wide -

On this link, you can copy and paste the html code right into your blogs,
and don't forget to "twitter"

Please reference PAGE 9 - lists HSUS and PETA as terror support groups. This
is an official DECLASSIFIED HOMELAND SECURITY DOCUMENT.

<http://www.scribd.com/doc/12251436/DHS-Eco-Terrorism-in-US-2008<http://www.
scribd.com/doc/12251436/DHS-Eco-Terrorism-in-US-2008>>

Once you are at the website of the document from Scribd, you can click on
the full page icon so it is easier to read. Happy reading! Feel free to
cross post FAR & WIDE! You can also go to the tab that says "share" and it
will take you straight to your blog source.

 

also

 

Date: Wednesday, July 1, 2009, 5:44 PM

 

 

Banner Week For HSUS: High Finance and Higher Education Spell High Anxiety For Real Animal Advocates

By Mark 

Posted: June 25, 2009

Is it just me or have the folks at the Humane Society of the United States launched a full blown assault for the hearts, minds and bank accounts of gullible Americans? Like a bad case of fleas, the animal rights crackers seem to be showing up at every turn.

So it appears to be time to point out a significant distinction: there is a difference between animal rights and animal welfare...a big difference. HSUS spends in excess of $100 million
a year trying to discredit people who actually raise and care for animals from domestic livestock , to pets to exotic animals.

Animal welfare is the title that should be reserved for those who actually care for animals and break a sweat tending to the daily needs and comfort of critters from abandoned companion animals (your local animal shelter), to those that provide us with eggs, milk and protein, to those who work to sustain exotic species for educational purposes or to protect them from extinction.

So what is really behind the ever-present puppy eyes and cute kitties used as a front for HSUS? A group that is kindred to PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) in itsī goals...No meat. No dairy. No animal agriculture, and apparently no conscience. Period.

The massive donations given each year with the intent of easing the suffering or improving the lot of these creatures, instead goes toward lobbying to pass laws that most Americans would run away from screaming if their intent wasnīt disguised so well. Instead of helping shelters and animals directly, they works hard on eventually removing pets from our homes, meat from our tables, leather goods from our closets and animals from zoos.

Their latest affront is a very public move to expand beyond straight contributions from uninformed consumers to try to get into your wallet on a daily basis. It seems HSUS has partnered with Bank of America on a new World Points Platinum visa/check card and for every $100 you charge,=2
025 cents goes to perpetuate the HSUS fraud. HSUS is not affiliated with your local shelter so if you want to contribute, do so directly to your local shelter. If you want to let Bank of America know they have been suckered by a slimy corporate con, you can reach them at:

Bank of America Corporate Center

100 North Tryon Street

Charlotte, North Carolina 28255

 

Heard enough? - Well there is more. The world of Higher Education may never be the same. The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) now has plans to educate the next generation of professional animal rights activists. HSUS has received a license as a higher education degree-granting institution by the District of Columbia Education Licensure Commission to offer a Bachelorīs Degree in Humane Leadership and a Masterīs in "Community Leadership." (Yes, tax dollars will likely be providing them funding soon, just like a real institution of learning).

The curriculum includes advocacy management courses which will help assure the next generation of "minority animal activists" will be even more professional in manipulating and misleading the public. Upon the announcement of the new college animal rights course work one observer asked: "If someone takes the HSUS advocacy management class and advocates against them do they flunk?"

 

 

Mark K. Lambert

National Corn Growers Association

Senior Communications Manager

(314) 210-6138

email: 
Lambert@ncga.com

web site: www.ncga.com

blog:  www.corncommentary.com


 

 

 

Check out the information on these websites.  If you are moved to do so, please join/donate to the cause.

 

 

The American Sporting Dog Alliance

 

The unified voice of sporting dog owners nationwide....and more.  Read their website.

 

http://www.americansportingdogalliance.org/index.html

 

Read their Christmas letter.........

 

http://www.dynadaux.com/xmasletterasda.htm

 

 

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Responsible Pet Owners Alliance

 

 

http://www.responsiblepetowners.org/index.html

 

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PetPAC  Protecting the rights of pets and owners

 

http://www.petpac.net/

 

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Top off your research by Googling topics like

 

 

Humane Society of the United States Animal Rights

 

PETA or People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

 

PETA kills animals

 

Make this fight one of your New Year's Resolutions.  I have.

 

If you have a web presence and you have a stake in this fight,

 

I encourage you to also put information out there so that

 

when anyone surfs to your site they also have the opportunity

 

to be enlighted to the fact that one day their rights could be gone.