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From Ian About Cruelty and Uselessness of Experiments - 13 Feb 2013
I've just read the latest newsletter and had a look around the site. I am still extremely annoyed at the way monkeys are used to experiment on in the UK where I live. I will be writing to my MEP (member of European Parliament) to ask for an end to be called on Government grants being paid to companies experimenting. After doing some research, it appears most of the results of tests are INVALID.
If you torture a monkey, scare it,
beat it and slap it about, make it suffer from severe stress and make it
feel worthless - how can test results be accurate. Various chemicals and
hormones can be released, blood pressure can go up, metabolism can either
speed up or slow down severely - loads of things can happen. The monkey
will probably be suffering from a mental illness and chemicals in the brain
could be imbalanced, so once again the test is not accurate. Also, how do
we know if any permanent damage has been caused that will lead to false
results in the future? Some of the monkey videos made me sick - one poor
monkey was held tightly by the arms and a lab "person" was hitting the poor
thing in the face with a plastic stick, which resulted in having teeth
knocked out - all because the monkey was scared to open it's mouth to have a
tube shoved down it's throat. Anyone could see it was scared, they even put
their fingers in it's nose until the monkey was forced to open it's mouth,
then rammed a plastic stick in and rubber tube. At that point I wanted to
get the lab people, tie their hands and feet and put them in a room with the
monkeys they hurt - I am sure they would be ripped apart. What an excellent
video for youtube!
I am convinced that
the people who dream up restraint devices, experiments and how to traumatise
and hurt a monkey are definitely suffering from a form of mental illness.
Research has shown that people who torture animals are often living a
fantasy and getting sexual gratification from it. They like to dominate,
overpower, enforce their own feelings and enjoy seeing others suffer. A lot
will go on to harm and even kill people one day.
Micro-dosing can be used, we can now use computers to work out what will happen and people in the UK can volunteer to test some drugs in return for payments. You were right about the animals on your site, the looks on their faces - begging for help, I just wish I was part of The ALF and could go releasing animals and completely disrupt testing in the UK. Sorry for going on about it, but there are some seriously disturbed people in the World.
Reply from Frank and Mary
Your analysis of why testing on animals isn’t reliable is absolutely
In the Love of the Lord,
Frank and Mary
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