Extreme Animal Rights Groups: Do They Really Help Animals?
Posted on May 28th, 2008
Editorial By Zuzana Kukol
More than half of US households own a pet. Most are too busy to research the current politics behind the animal rights versus animal welfare movement.
Animal welfare, AW, movement wants to improve the conditions of animals, animal rights, AR, movement, in the long run, is against any and all animal use, even as pets.
The problem is, many animal rights groups are wolf in sheep clothing, pretending to be animal welfare. But upon close inspection it is clear they don’t do anything for the animals, most money is spent in high salaries, fancy offices and lobbying. Read More
The agenda of groups like the Humane Society of the United States are funded by people that have no idea how the money is being used. Our best weapon against this is to educate people about what these groups really spend their money on and how this adversely affects food production in the United States.