Thursday, December 11, 2008

Tis the Season of Giving

Traditionally this is the major season of giving. Giving to those you care about, your family, your friends, people you work with and some charity. Money is tighter than we have seen for many, many years and that means we must be very, very careful about where our charity dollars end up.

If you want to give a donation to help some dogs in need, then give to your LOCAL Animal Rescue group or Shelter. Whatever you do, do not give to H$U$ or PETA unless your goal is in keeping the the ideals of eliminating all domestic animals, the bulk of the human population or domestic terrorism. Harsh words about a soft topic? You bet, and will good reason. See below for something I didn't write, but that I truly believe every dog, cat, or other animal owner needs to read, think about and then pass on to at least 50 other people. Now that would truly be in the best spirit of giving.

Full page ad in the NY Times today, page A39. Contents as follows.

Why is the Humane Society of the United States Helping a Terrorist Group Raise Money?

On Saturday, a Humane Society of the United Stats vice president will deliver a keynote speech at a fundraiser for an animal-rights terrorist group.The Humane Society of the United States claims to oppose violence in the name of animal rights. But on Saturday it's helping raise money for the Humane League of Philadelphia, an organization allied with a vicious, violent gang of convicted animal rights terrorists.

The Humane League of Philadelphia was founded as "SHAC Philly," a chapter of Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty (SHAC). The FBI calls SHAC a "terrorist" group. It's tactics have included death threats, violent assaults, blackmail, and arson. In 2006, SHAC was convicted on federal terrorism charges. It's national leaders remain in federal prison. Also in 2006, the Humane League of Philadelphia's president was convicted of Making Terrorist Threats against an employee of a drug company.

According to media reports, he threatened to kill her children. Judges have issued three different restraining orders against the Humane League of Philadelphia and its president, in order to protect biomedical research companies and their business associates from violence, vandalism, stalking, and identity theft. The Humane League of Philadelphia is required by law to post these restraining orders on it's own Internet home page. (Following is a diagram with boxes and arrows, showing the evolution of the Humane League of Philadelphia.)

2001 Violent American animal-rights radicals start "SHAC USA," basing their operations in Philadelphia.

July 2002 Philadelphia SHAC activists establish a local chapter called"SHACE Philly."

Nov. 2002 SHAC Philly changes its name to "Hugs For Puppies."

Mar. 2006 SHAC USA and six of its national leaders are convicted on federal terrorism charges.

Nov. 2006 The president of Hugs For Puppies is convicted of Making Terrorist Threats against the children of a pharmaceutical company employee.

May 2008 Hugs For Puppies changes its name to "The Humane League of Philadelphia."

Nov. 2008 The Humane League of Philadelphia announces that a Humane Society of the United States vice president will keynote its Dec. 13 holiday fundraising gala. The Humane Society of the United States claims to be a mainstream, peaceful advocate for animals. Why is it helping a terrorist group raise money? There's a lot you don't know about the Humane Society of the United States.Learn more at

Please give to a local animal welfare group you know and trust. Remember, "friends don't let friends give to HSUS or PETA" or groups that are affiliated with them.


  1. Anonymous9:52 AM

    I've read this only in one other place now. Have anyone actually seen the ad in the NYTimes? I can't seem to find it anywhere.. and on it says the ad appeared on Page A13 of the 12/11 Times, not on page A39 as you indicate here.

  2. Anonymous6:48 PM

    Ask yourself: Who are the people behind the ad? What is their motivation for running the ad? Look them up in Wikepedia. Could it be the tobacco, alcohol and chemical industries, among others behind the group running the ad? Is the motive to slander and undermine animal rights groups that cut into their profits? Nah...

  3. Cynthia Eliason10:49 AM

    Someone who doesn't believe in her opinion strongly enough to attach her name to it wrote:

    > Is the motive to slander and undermine animal >rights groups that cut into their profits? >Nah...

    The motive is to expose the TRUTH about animal rights groups. It's not slander if it's the truth.

  4. In answer to the first question. The NY Times NYC addition had the ad on one page and the NJ edition had it on a different page. So both page numbers were correct, depending on which edition you had in hand.

  5. Greetings from petdefense (
    You may have seen or heard already, about the new Crusade........please check it out and help us? Already had 400 people check it out today, and hoping people pitch in and make this happen. We can't gain momentum without help. I will be personally contacting other Hunting orgs and the Foxhound people, and also the poor owners of the seized dogs in WV where there was no animal abuse. HSUS' credibilty needs to be highly questioned. Why not us be the ones to do it. Thanks!