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activist, author, former political prisoner

Solidarity Action for Walter: March to Close Slaughterhouses in Mexico

On Sunday, November 20, thousands of protesters gathered in Mexico to march for Animal Liberation and shut down slaughterhouses. This action was dedicated to Walter Bond who is on hunger strike. This act of passive resistance is to protest the lack of a vegan diet and other civil rights abuses where he is incarcerated at…
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Walter Bond is in solitary confinement

I learned last night that Walter Bond was in solitary. It’s now been posted on his Facebook Page by his support staff so it’s official. His support site is down so it appears the most current information will be published here and I will update on my site as information becomes available. We know that…
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Ellen Ericksen – abusers really wish she would just be quiet!

Those who actively abuse animals or benefit from their enslavement want to ignore us. And, clearly, Ellen Ericksen makes that impossible. This article almost screams “Why doesn’t she just shut up?” And I think it outlines a brilliant example for any activist fighting against the injustice that permeates our society. Never relent. Never be silent.…
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ALF Prisoner Walter Bond on Hunger Strike

Walter Bond has endured excessively harsh and punitive treatment inside the prison-industrial complex since he was first arrested in 2010. He has now begun a hunger strike and it is incumbent upon every Animal Liberation activist to support him, call the prison, and plan your own solidarity actions on his behalf. An Eleventh Hour for…
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How “Love & Peace” Kills Animals

“Species membership is not a valid reason to place anyone outside the circle of moral compassion or beyond the reach of effective defense.” ~Lindy Greene “The time for civil discourse has expired.” ~Camille Marino by Lindy Greene & Camille Marino Globalization is predicated upon slave labor. Both animate and inanimate resources are expended to the…
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Review of “White God”

Spending a quiet Saturday night at home with my dogs, I asked for suggestions about something to watch on Netflix. And when an accomplished film producer recommended the award-winning White God, I was curious to explore what’s been called “a beautiful metaphor for the political and cultural tensions sweeping contemporary Europe.” What I found, however,…
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Exposure is our most lethal weapon

Camille Marino November 7, 2017 Despite the fact that I’ve never set foot in the state of North Carolina, I was just trespassed from my fourth university – NCSU. Let’s understand exactly what this piece of paper means: VIVISECTORS FEAR EXPOSURE! It is the most lethal weapon we possess if we are ever going to…
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the art of guerrilla activism

“Don’t confuse rebellion with terrorism.” Camille Marino November 4, 2017 Traditional guerrilla warfare is a strategy. It is where a small group of combatants employs irregular tactics in an effort to effectively combat a larger, well-equipped military. When the US invaded Viet Nam, the northern villagers were unable to fight toe to toe with our…
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Semantic Subterfuge – an AL perspective on the Las Vegas Massacre

Camille Marino October 3, 2017 On Sunday night, a 64-year old white male named Stephen Paddock opened fire at the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The current human wreckage stands at 59 people dead and another 527 injured. We know that Paddock was a retired accountant with no criminal record, a…
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Our job is to send them to hell

camille marino september 27, 2017 Aside from saving animals, collectively and individually, we have one job – to send those who profit from animal abuse to a hell of their own, something akin to the hell in which they’ve entombed animals on earth. The holocaust is so omnipresent and pervasive, that it’s easy to be…
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