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#1 by Charez » Mon May 09, 2016 18:49

Look at the horrible video :cry:
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2xg9gw

According to the Organization PETA, in France, there are every minute 5 animals that die while undergoing tests, worldwide the number increases to 25 animals that die every second. Animals that are locked up for months in cages and forced to undergo ingestions forced of irritants to the skin and eyes, which undergo irradiation and mutilation and which are intentionally contaminated.

The PETA organization therefore issued the list of trademarks, that early September 2015 perform tests on animals, and that despite the new rules in force in Europe relocating in China to achieve their crap of tests!

Most of this for make up for womens while you are more beautifull without any :?

More than 100 million animals every year suffer and die in cruel chemical, drug, food, and cosmetics tests as well as in biology lessons, medical training exercises, and curiosity-driven medical experiments at universities. Mice, rats, birds, and cold-blooded animals—who make up more than 95 percent of animals used in experiments—are not covered by even the minimal protections of the Animal Welfare Act.

To test cosmetics, household cleaners, and other consumer products, hundreds of thousands of animals are poisoned, blinded, and killed every year by cruel corporations. Mice and rats are forced to inhale toxic fumes, dogs are force-fed pesticides, and rabbits have corrosive chemicals rubbed onto their skin and into their eyes. Many of these tests are not even required by law, and they often produce inaccurate or misleading results. Even if a product harms animals, it can still be marketed to consumers.
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#2 by shashwathsriram » Mon May 09, 2016 23:36

Terrible
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#3 by valerie » Mon May 09, 2016 23:40

I'm not going to look at it. I don't need to.

I'm an animal rights activist and I have a hard time dealing with all the
cruelty that animals undergo. There's a lot of evil, cold hearted, cruel
people in this world.
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#4 by lotoole » Tue May 10, 2016 00:15

This is a matter that is very important to me. I won't use any makeup that has been tested on animals. I stopped eating meat or fish decades ago. I hope everyone educates themselves about the unfair way that animals are treated every day. Much of our power may lie in our pocket books and how we spend our money. If we refuse to purchase unethical products, we can change business practices. I encourage everyone to read Wayne Pacelle's (CEO of the Humane Society of the US) new book, "The Humane Economy".
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#5 by MilanoMils76 » Tue May 10, 2016 01:27

I am also an animal rights activist. I just can't see animal suffering. There are lots of petition we signed but this case is still going on and on, it is really heartbreaking.
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#6 by The_Helper » Tue May 10, 2016 02:15

I'm not going to watch the video. Because if I do, I know I wouldn't be able to stop my tears! :cry:

I'm not an activist, but I'm an animal lover (that includes human beings. )
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#7 by zegon » Tue May 10, 2016 05:57

I will not watch the video, even if it's completely free. ( i'm a free freak )

For then i know that i will feel bad and today i want to be able to think about things a little nicer.

However, i think that birds are a bit dodgy, when they put their feces on my car, but they just bully me all the time and i have not done them any harm ...

...yet :mrgreen:
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#8 by True-Democracy » Tue May 10, 2016 06:12

A good way that these terrible things against animals can change for the better is by adjusting our consumer behaviour.

Consumers have the power to change corporations forcing them to not use animals for profit anymore.

Lost my appetite long ago for watching videos like this or videos showing cruel and inhumane animal slaughter or tranports ect., it just makes me angry beyond belief.

I am proud to say that i am one of many that provide financial support for pro animal rights activists whenever it is needed.

And i try to financially support local animal shelters and clinics too.

Take a look here --> click me for change (change your flag on the upper left)
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#9 by Marcel-R6 » Tue May 10, 2016 06:42

Why not use volunteers on Death Row? Or is that too harsh?
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#10 by harsha_vdn » Tue May 10, 2016 07:06

Violence is on everyone - humans, animals, mother Earth, ocean-species and what not? Why -- human greed.

Unless we start reducing our needs, we are directly/indirectly responsible for it.

Amazon Rain Forest, Deforestation, Forest Conservation - National Geographic Magazine --- If we lose Amazon rain-forests, can you imagine any life on earth?
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#11 by True-Democracy » Tue May 10, 2016 07:19

Sorry for bumping but i forgot to post this:

Look at this please: day-346-going-undercover-into-a-spanish-pig-farm/

The images in the above link are not bloody but grimm so i suggest you all to read the page, look at those images and check out the links on the right side of that site.

This link only shows an animal farm located in spain, now imagine what goes on at other animal farms in europe.

My last words to this topic: "the cruel treatment of all animals worldwide just makes me angry".
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#12 by pindokhan123 » Tue May 10, 2016 07:45

I watched this video and i have to say it is heart wrenching :cry:

Animals too have feelings,they can sense pain, how dare they do this!
I love animals,even if its something slimy or ugly like a snail , i haven't got the heart to hurt it,i will just remove it.

There is no need for this,don't they know that all living organisms are made from living cells,so why don't they take cell samples, DNA and blood and test on that instead of putting that poor bugger through unnecessary pain and misery :evil: :evil:


Also to add something else here,i am against those who eat dogs and cats,,you got no beef or chicken there? :shock:

I think this is cruelty as well,especially when every second person in the world has either a cat or dog,or bunny,guinea pig,,list can go on.
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#13 by Charez » Tue May 10, 2016 08:13

Can you imagine when the guy come back at home and his wife ask him

How was your day ?

Good,
i killed 7 cats, 17 monkeys, 9 dogs. Can i get a hug ?
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#14 by lotoole » Tue May 10, 2016 10:52

People are always asking me how they can help animals if they don't feel they can afford to donate to good causes or perhaps they just cannot afford to adopt any more homeless animals. Besides adjusting their consumer behavior and only purchasing cruelty free products, a really great way they can help is to open a Clixsense account and direct their earnings to a good cause. It's easy, it's free and over the course of a year, they can easily find themselves being one thousand dollar donors to the organization of their choice.
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#15 by Charez » Tue May 10, 2016 11:53

Well, using animals for food and for tests is a bit different i think.

Using for food is part of the chain food. But no need for such treatments, it is sure

For beauty products there are alternatives, you can use paint.
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#16 by valerie » Tue May 10, 2016 12:03

I believe much of this begins at an early age.

All children should have one or more animals and learn at their early age
how to care and respect animals. I think it not only would teach them
how to respect and care for animals, it would make them better adults
overall.

My ex husband was one of TEN children, and the oldest boy. His family
owned several hundred acres of land and his father worked for what is
known as the TVA (a protected land that spans several states).

When I was in high school dating my soon to be husband, I will never
forget hearing him often say "I'll be a little late in the morning, it's my
turn to feed'. He would drive to school and pick me up also. So on
school days when it was his morning to feed the animals, he would
run a little late.

All those ten children love animals and grew up with respect for them.
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#17 by Charez » Tue May 10, 2016 12:24

Marcel666 wrote: Why not use volunteers on Death Row? Or is that too harsh?

Yes, they could use some criminals. They will save money.
No need to buy animals the companies save money. Less people in prisons who cost money to citizens. Everyone happy

We will still see some humans rights associations telling there is no dignity, but when the guy killed 20 people, or raped children, no questions asked
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#18 by BouldRake » Tue May 10, 2016 13:21

Some good reasons for not testing on criminals include, just off the top of my head, Hugh Callaghan, Paddy Hill, Gerry Hunter, Johnny Walker, Billy Power, Dick McIlkenny, Tim Evans, James Richardson, Kirk Bloodsworth, Patrick Dils, Hermine Rupp, Pietro Valpreda, Dolores Vasquez, Sally Clark, and Stephen Downing,
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#19 by zegon » Tue May 10, 2016 14:05

BouldRake wrote: Some good reasons for not testing on criminals include, just off the top of my head, Hugh Callaghan, Paddy Hill, Gerry Hunter, Johnny Walker, Billy Power, Dick McIlkenny, Tim Evans, James Richardson, Kirk Bloodsworth, Patrick Dils, Hermine Rupp, Pietro Valpreda, Dolores Vasquez, Sally Clark, and Stephen Downing,

Wow, do not say you could all those names in your head, if it is so, then you have an incredible memory.

Better and more memory than my computer.
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#20 by BouldRake » Tue May 10, 2016 14:22

It's easy - they're the ones with songs about them.
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