eleventhhour1@protonmail.com

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activist, author, former political prisoner

All inquiries, suggestions, submissions, or tips about abusers should be addressed to eleventhhour1@protonmail.com.

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2 Responses

  1. Marcia Mueller says:

    Hi Camille,

    I just want to let you know I’ve been reading your book. I’m very impressed with your dedication and your willingness to take the consequences in fighting for the research animals at UF. I also find what happened to you very worrisome. Obviously, the exploiters and abusers are running scared. For a while, they did not take the movement seriously. Now that they do, they are fighting back, and they have the political power and money to get nasty.

    I’m not surprised that the University of Florida stalled your request for information, but fighting back over your printing public domain information sounds as if that should have been illegal for them and not for you. Chaining yourself to the library at WSU looks like peaceful protesting to me. As for the posting charge, there are death threats or perceived threats occurring all the time now. How do they determine which ones are significant? Do the animal-related ones get more attention and retribution?

    I agree so much with your assessment of the status of the movement, with the “banging the gong” on FB and on the Internet. We’re in a closed circuit preaching to the choir, spending our days clicking and liking and selecting emoji’s. It may feel as if we’re doing something but I don’t think it is transplanting to anything good for the animals.

    The organized groups are fighting among themselves, arguing for welfares versus rights and engaging in pissing matches and hissy fits. I’m noticing more calls for intersectionality but feel as you seem to about that movement. Their social justice warriors are not ready to fight speciesism and are unwilling to join with us. So it’s a one-way street.

    You have been so actively engaged and have paid the price for it. But I’m wondering about where next. Are our numbers great enough to be successful through protests? Through violence? Through direct action campaigns?

    I keep thinking about SHAC. They really damaged Huntingdon Life Sciences. More results like that would be nice. But as you know, SHAC success prompted the AEPA and the AETA, and groups like Mercy for Animals and their undercover investigations led to attempts at ag-gag laws. Now Iowa is attempting to make stores buy eggs from battery hens, even though that is not customer preference. I found the laws resulting from your of posting public domain information on NIO really scary. Then, of course, there is the Southern Poverty Law Center’s declaration that animal rights groups are terrorists.

    I’ve been in this for decades, and it seems to be getting worse instead of better with all the new laws and ways of blocking our fight. Sometimes we just seem stalled. I note that Roland has taken to writing small blurbs similar to the 140 and then 280 restrictions of Twitter. It does seem to be the extent of the attention span now.

    I was wondering if you were thinking about bringing NIO back. I note that you were working through the Internet in Iceland. Have you considering using a Tor browser with or without a VPN to reach the deep/dark web? I know it wouldn’t be good for disseminating information broadly, but it might be helping for discussions/plans, etc., without trolling and snooping.

    By the way, I saw in your book that you were reading Ward Churchill. I just read his Pathology of Pacifism, and there was much in it that I agreed with.

    Anyway, I want to congratulate you on your book and on your dedication to the fight for the victims in the labs. Maybe if we all had to earn our credentials in prison, people would take us even more seriously. On the other hand, the opposition would also get nastier and more threatening and restrictive. There’s no doubt where all the power lies.

    In the meantime, thank you for all you have done. I can only imagine the frustration.

    Marcia marciamueller0000@gmail.com

     

    • admin says:

      thank you so much for your thoughts, marcia — you wrestle with a lot of issues that i’ve been engaging myself.

      as i become more seasoned, i know that we need every approach. but let me say that i don’t consider fb an “approach.” it is a substitute for activism and allows us to feel like we’re doing something when we aren’t. i think we need everything, but what we really need are focused campaigns like shac and like nio that subvert the infrastructure. and the problem is not that one of us is occasionally arrested. the problem is that we never have 50 more people taking their place.

      but, i get it. the laws are scary.

      thanks again for all your support and friendship

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