Archive for August, 2017

My First Time (with a brick and a handbill)

Sunday, August 27th, 2017

by Walter Edmond Bond (37096013)

I remember the first time I was ever in a riot. It was Martin Luther King Day in Denver, Colorado and the ku klux klan and assorted nazi, fascists and skinhead scum had turned out to spew their invective racist garbage from the steps of the capital. Our mayor was mayor Wellington Webb. He was incredibly distraught with the fact that the kkk had come to town and obtained legal permit to gather and rally on the capital. So he organized a counter march and demonstration of which I took part.

Tens of thousands of people marched in protest. the march started in Aurora on Colfax Avenue and ended in Denver proper right in the center of downtown and in front of the racist scum. the klan and assorted wing nuts were heavily protected by police and riot squad. as a sea of people gathered the kkk began screaming racial epithets and slurs and laughing at the protesters. And that’s when…………..


Being whole after the war

Thursday, August 24th, 2017

I feel like a soldier who’s just returned from the battlefield. I’m not the same person I was when I took my first steps; I don’t think the same way, I don’t interact with people in the same way, and I’ve definitely been forever stripped of my naivete about the motivations of those who comprise our community. While women or those who female-identify are responsible for up to 85% of the actual hands-on work for the animals, it is primarily a patriarchy of white men who are responsible for maintaining their reputations, their brand names, and their donation base at the expense of the animals. Going forward, I think one of my main focuses will be on personal empowerment; if we want to be effective for the animals, unfortunately, we also need to be whole and focused in the sea of toxicity that pollutes our community. So for continuity, I’m republishing a Facebook status I put up last night.

Camille Marino
August 24, 2017

I talk from a place of honesty; whether it an expression of anger or joy, I think people connect with authenticity. And right now I’m in a state of evolution, not saying much. I’m coming back from a literal public lynching – an evisceration of my reputation, my work, and all of its related personal devastation. I survived, but not without damage. And while I get ready to publish my memoir and finish filming for a documentary about my activism — both painfully honest — I’m trying to learn how I can best benefit animals at this point in my journey. I’m thinking that what I need to be doing is share my struggles with other activists to help empower you. I’ve yet to meet anyone is this movement who’s not been damaged by all the suffering we see.


Ethics vs Science

Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017

The world’s first genetically modified primate, a baby rhesus monkey named ANDi

by Louis Eagle Warrior

Where are you?

In his 1983 book, “Slaughter of the Innocent,” the brilliant Swiss author Hans Ruesch exposes the madness of humans in that, “ . . . mice, rats, guinea pigs, hamsters, dogs, cats, rabbits, monkeys, pigs, turtles; also horses, donkeys goats, birds and fish – are slowly blinded by acids, submitted to repeated shocks, or intermittent submersion, poisoned, inoculated with deadly diseases, disemboweled, frozen to be unfrozen and refrozen, starved or left to die of thirst, . . .”

This book and his other book, “Naked Empress/The Great Medical Fraud,” Dr. Sharpe’s book, “The Cruel Deception,” and Broad and Wade’s, “Betrayers of the Truth,” spotlight the fraud, and the horrors of animal experimentation, what we know as vivisection.


Let’s help Infectious Disease Enthusiast Drusano celebrate his 68th birthday

Tuesday, August 15th, 2017

Simulposted with Eleventh Hour for Animals

Time is running out so let’s put our heads together and come up with something special to help vivisector George Louis Drusano, an infectious disease enthusiast, celebrate his 68th birthday next Tuesday, August 22. 🙂


This morning’s call from law enforcement proves what I already knew…

Monday, August 14th, 2017

Camille Marino
August 14, 2017

Five weeks after winning my first lawsuit against the University of Florida, UFPD Sergeant Jeff Moran personally orchestrated my very first arrest at a UF Protest in 2012. Documents obtained through public records requests demonstrate that he also orchestrated two extraditions to get me out of Florida, the first torturous excursion cost UF a grand total of $536.50. Having failed to silence me, he then set out on a mission to extinguish my work from the internet and attempted to have me imprisoned for 5 years for the banned video, Defiance is a Virtue. This online video which he alleged constituted a probation violation was reported in the news as my having committed “wire fraud.” Jeff Moran tried every dirty trick to shut down Eleventh Hour for Animal’s campaign to expose primate experimentation at UF.


Radicals would rather die than Compromise about Animal Liberation

Monday, August 14th, 2017

Camille Marino
August 14, 2017

I have felt the sting of being ostracized by a mainstream Animal Rights movement that has historically been far more offended by my words and tactics than by the war criminals who carve up animals with impunity. That’s as it should be. My goal is Animal Liberation. Theirs is not offending a complicit public, also known as a donation base. Having been further marginalized by an Animal Rights patriarchy that sought to silence me for having the audacity to stand alone with my truth and integrity against fraudulent patriarchs who’ve repeatedly betrayed activists and animals, my name is now radioactive even for those who pose as the “militant” beacons of our community. This community, built upon compromise and appeasing various power bases, serves as the instrument which moderates all who fall victim to it’s allure. I stand as a bonafide outsider — a radical, a revolutionary, who has literally fought with my body and blood to maintain my ability to speak for Animal Liberation.


BITING BACK! A Radical Response to Non-Vegan Anarchists

Monday, August 7th, 2017

by xvxFuckCompromise

While there are certainly a number of radicals who recognize the oppression of non-human animals and are fighting against it, we continue to see non-human animals offered as food items at many radical potlucks, bookfairs, and other anarchist gatherings. We believe this is a hierarchical form of oppression worthy of a much needed anarchist critique.

This short essay will attempt to address some of the most common anarchist objections to veganism. We aim to inspire a praxis of insurrectionary anarchy and eco-defense by asserting a position against speciesism and the objectification of non-human animals.


Introducing UF Vivisector Barry J. Byrne’s Pompe Disease & Muscular Dystrophy Experiments

Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017

Courtesy of Eleventh Hour for Animals

The Mayo Clinic describes muscular dystrophy as “a group of diseases that cause progressive weakness and loss of muscle mass.” And the NIH National Library of Medicine describes infant-onset Pompe Disease (a rare form of muscular dystrophy):

“Infants with this disorder typically experience muscle weakness (myopathy), poor muscle tone (hypotonia), an enlarged liver (hepatomegaly), and heart defects. Affected infants may also fail to gain weight and grow at the expected rate (failure to thrive) and have breathing problems. If untreated, this form of Pompe Disease leads to death from heart failure in the first year of life.”