Monday, December 30, 2013

Animal Rights Whackjob quote of the day on the importance of vivisection to save human lives.

"You could die tomorrow. I wouldn't sacrifice my goldfish for you." Another commented: "If you had died as a child, no-one would have given a damn."

Italian woman defies animal rights militants after online abuse


An Italian woman who declared in an internet posting that she owed her life to medicines developed from testing on laboratory mice has gone on national television to answer abuse from animal rights militants.


Oh and by the way they share that sentiment with a rather famous animal rights whackjob named Adolf Hitler


Nazi Germany was the first country to ban vivisection in the world, enacting a total ban in April 1933. The measure to ban vivisection was a huge concern and was put forth to the Reichstag as early as 1927. High ranking Nazis such as Hermann Goring, Heinrich Himmler and Adolf Hitler were very concerned about animal conservation, particularly pertaining as to how animals were butchered. 

No comments: