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“Animal Liberation IS a War!” – In memory of Barry Horne

March 17, 1952 – November 5, 2001 The following post is courtesy of Red Black Green Barry Horne died in prison on 5 November 2001, while serving an 18 year sentence for arson  against companies involved in animal abuse. It is still the longest sentence ever given to an animal rights campaigner but Barry will always be remembered for…
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How to Join the ALF

The few, the brave — The ALF wants you! Camille A. Marino April 28, 2018 When new activists ask “how do I join the ALF,” they are essentially wanting to know how they can become effective instruments in the struggle for Animal Liberation. With all of the information that is available online, I think we…
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UK official infiltrated Animal Liberation groups to sabotage them

Camille Marino March 20,2018 Yesterday, March 19, Conservative councillor Andy Coles was named as a spy in an Undercover Police Inquiry in the UK. And the Peterborough Telegraph is reporting that the Tory member of Parliament has confirmed to them that he was, indeed, working with undercover law enforcement to infiltrate and disrupt Animal Liberation…
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Freedom’s Journey: Liberated Pig Takes First Steps into His New Life

In the early morning hours of January 6, 2018, NIO Florida activists liberated a pig who was left out in the freezing cold, locked in a filthy cage with no food & water. We never intended to take off our masks and go public, but we needed to raise money to place him in a…
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Message from Prisoner Tomas Vasquez – International Support Needed

Tomas Vasquez was arrested at a fur farm demonstration on November 25, 2017 and is now facing deportation. We need to support him, share his story widely, make phone calls, and exert some international pressure. Whenever an acivtist is in the hands of the state, that person must know that the rest of us are…
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Rabbits liberated in solidarity with Walter Bond

On November 16, in a recorded telephone message, ALF prisoner Walter Bond announced he was going on hunger strike; he called for his supporters to call the prison and for solidarity actions. He was thrown in solitary confinement. The hunger strike officially ended at Day 6 when the prison agreed to make sure he was…
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A blueprint for effective activism and winning

Anonymous There are two big issues that are preventing us, animal liberation activists, from being as effective as we can be right now. First, we lack coordination, especially here in the United States. We go and protest a restaurant once and never go back. We go and leaflet outside a target and never go back.…
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My First Time (with a brick and a handbill)

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…
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