Peter Young & Walter Bond Speak Out

Posted on August 19, 2010. Filed under: Animal Cruelty, Humanitarian Issues, Specieism |


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Peter Young: One thing I learned early on: There are people who do, and people who criticize. And those two character types rarely overlap. The critic-to-doer ratio is easily 20-to-1. Anyone who steps up and brings their beliefs into action – whether as a grassroots activist or A.L.F. operative – subjects themselves to the attention-seeking chatter of the other 98%.

I don’t think those critics are relevant because they don’t do anything. And I think in activism, you forfeit your right to have an opinion about what others are doing when you don’t do anything yourself….

http://thomaspainescorner.wordpress.com/2010/08/18/%c2%ab-breaking-fbi-raids-utah-activist-house-for-the-second-timecointelpro-provocateurs-and-prisoners-an-interview/

Walter Bond: Do what you can to raise awareness about the plight of farmed animals, the environmental and ethical impacts of animal exploitation, and the positive impact of veganism. To have a greater knowledge of these issues than the general public and not speak out is complicity. Please do not be complicit in the holocaust against animals and the Earth.

http://thomaspainescorner.wordpress.com/2010/08/18/walter-bonds-official-statement-it-is-not-a-metaphorical-holocaust-that-they-suffer/

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