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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.

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