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activist, author, former political prisoner

Non-violence and other delusions inside a culture of death

“For me, nonviolence was not a moral principle but a strategy; there is no moral goodness in using an ineffective weapon.” -Nelson Mandela Camille A. Marino April 24, 2018 Not surprisingly, as ethical vegans we are largely guided by our ethics; almost imprisoned in our own little box of moralizing while strategy and effectiveness pound…
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Ethical Veganism Doesn’t Help Animals

This interview was published in late 2011 and the original post on Let Them Eat Meat no longer exists; it is being republished from the Animal Liberation Front website where it still resides. When this article first appeared, I was widely and vocally condemned by many vegans for having the audacity to express these ideas.…
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the vegan objective is to dismantle speciesism

by Felix King The word vegan has a very specific objective and definition, it’s to dismantle speciesism. It doesn’t have to be set up in behavioral terms other than believing and acting on that belief that animals are equal. Speciesism is a systematic oppression as is racism, sexism, queerphobia etc. It all stems from the…
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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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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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