Animal Rights Activism: What's the Best Way?

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Animal Rights Activism: What's the Best Way?
Comments by Maynard S. Clark - 28 May 2009

Again, presumption is not evidence; on the basis of:

(a) just not knowing - nobody's knowing - AND

(b) PETA's disinterest in GETTING real data on 'numbers saved' NET (not gross, since we KNOW "anecdotally" that some folks have made SOME decisions on the basis of PETA's influence in THEIR individual lives),

I dispute (though I do not deny, I DISPUTE) any claim that NET numbers of animals saved is greater BECAUSE of PETA.

Again, I DO believe the offices of PETA can do SOME things relatively well; I do NOT think one ought EVER to write ANY organization OR person 'a blank check' of endorsement, and PETA has in some areas a very bad track record of offending the majority of folks on issues TANGENTIAL to our reasons for supporting them. I'd urge us to find someone else who can do the job better.

They FAIL to bring onto the same page the kinds of people who need to be endorsing pro-animal and vegan values.

Maynard S. Clark

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