Animals In Print
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From 2 January 2006 Issue
Guidelines of the Animal Liberation Front (ALF)
Animals In Print is including this article for information only and doesn't support illegal activities as we endeavor to pursue the liberation of animals through legal activities only.
We do report the news, as other news media's, such as television. This next article explains the guidelines of the Animal Liberation Front so you may have an understanding of their actions. This isn't an endorsement by Animals In Print, only a news report.
The ALF is one of the most active liberation groups in existence, and has historically operated under certain specified guidelines, which many other groups do not. These guidelines were developed long ago and are widely known and published, though they have changed in the past and may do so again:
To liberate animals from places of abuse, i.e., laboratories, factory farms, fur farms, etc., and place them in good homes where they may live out their natural lives, free from suffering.
To inflict economic damage to those who profit from the misery and exploitation of animals.
To reveal the horror and atrocities committed against animals behind locked doors, by performing direct actions and liberations.
To take all necessary precautions against harming any animal, human and non-human.
Any group of people who are vegetarians or vegans and who carry out actions according to these guidelines have the right to regard themselves as part of the Animal Liberation Front.
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