This is no La-Z-Boy
An Animal Rights Article from All-Creatures.org

FROM

White Coat Waste Movement
May 2014

vivisection taxpayer waste
As one manufacturer boasts in its sales catalog: "the neck plate attaches around the yoke base plate on both the macaque and baboon restrainers and prevents the animal from raising its arms above its shoulders ... the waist plates are designed to prevent the primate from having access to its lower body."

Fellow Taxpayer,

BREAKING — as I write this, big government bureaucrats are shopping for custom-made chairs ... but they're not in the market for a La-Z-Boy!

Armed with an annual budget of over $1 billion dollars, the government's National Institute on Drug Abuse is conducting secretive and horrifying taxpayer-funded experiments they don't want you to know about.

nonhuman primate chair vivisectionNIDA forcibly addicts monkeys, baboons, and smaller animals to heroin, Angel Dust, cocaine, and crystal meth, before it painfully withdraws them from these illegal, recreational street drugs. Guess who pays the bill?

Taxpayers!

This must end now.

Please follow this link to make your most generous, tax-deductible contribution of $15 or as much as you can afford to ramp up our fight against NIDA's taxpayer-funded "White Coat" animal abusers.

To make matters worse, our team has obtained evidence that NIDA is about to waste more of your money on so-called “ergonomic” restraint chairs! (Note: “woman-owned small businesses” are encouraged to respond to NIDA’s new chair advertisement).

As one manufacturer boasts in its sales catalog: "the neck plate attaches around the yoke base plate on both the macaque and baboon restrainers and prevents the animal from raising its arms above its shoulders ... the waist plates are designed to prevent the primate from having access to its lower body."

Some taxpayer-funded restraint chair experiments are so painful that the only way to force the primate to "cooperate" is through prolonged water deprivation ... for up to 23 hours per day. Is this how you want your tax money spent?

Let's be clear about something: this isn't "science." It's taxpayer-funded torture!

We've had enough of this senseless government waste and abuse — and that's why I'm writing you today.

Our team has developed a new, aggressive, and unprecedented campaign to take the fight directly to the NIDA's taxpayer-funded "White Coats."

And with your immediate tax-deductible contribution of $15 or as much as you can afford, we will:

  • Confront the big government, taxpayer-funded animal experimentation lobby with hard-hitting TV, print, and radio advertisements that hold the animal abusers accountable. Follow this link for a sneak peek of our first ad.
  • Enact an all-out media blitz to show taxpayers how their money is being wasted on painful, wasteful, and unnecessary experiments on animals.
  •  Develop a state-of-the-art digital campaign that will persuade and activate a new generation of taxpayers to rally politicians and bureaucrats against forced taxpayer-funded animal experimentation.

So please make your most generous tax-deductible contribution of $15 or as much as you can afford to save more lives now.

Remember: every dollar you contribute to save dogs, cats, primates, and all animals trapped in the government's taxpayer-funded laboratories is tax-deductible!


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