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Feature for Tuesday, July 23
As New and Old Welfarists Take Aim at Animal Rights
old vs. new welfarists
It is fairly clear that, to some extent or other, the welfare vegans have allowed themselves to be diverted from their education work, claiming that this fight between old welfare and new welfare itself amounts to vegan education. That, of course, is nonsense.
Animal Rights/Vegan Activist Strategies

Feature for Monday, July 22
Captain Paul Watson Ambushed and Arrested in Greenland
Paul Watson
The crew and Foundation have no means of contacting him and have had no further news. At the time of writing, Watson remains in custody and it is unknown whether Denmark will allow Mr. Watson to be extradited to Japan.
Litigation Articles / Animal Rights/Vegan Activist Strategies

Feature for Sunday, July 21
Interpreting Bible Passages
Lamb Krishna
Interpreting Bible passages can vary quite a bit from one person to the next because we all think differently. Even the Holy Spirit helps us with interpreting Bible passages as we apply them to our lives, or as we want to interpret them, and these may not be the same. Sometimes people apply Bible verses and passages to prove or disprove a point.
[Pictured is Krishna from Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary]
An Bible Sermons

Feature for Saturday, July 20
Banana Carrot Cake or Bread
banana carrot cake
Banana carrot cake or bread is a delightfu vegan treat to go with any meal or as a dessert or snack. Preparation time is about 15 minutes, and baking time in a microwave oven is only 10 minutes at 1000 watts. Baking time in a conventional oven at 350 degrees F. could take 30 minutes. Since this recipe contains no preservatives, we suggest storing any leftovers wrapped or covered in the refrigerator.
Vegan Recipes

Feature for Friday, July 19
Foie gras ban overturned in New York State. Here’s why that’s bad for birds
foie gras cruelties
On the farms, geese and ducks have long metal tubes pushed down their throats to pump their stomachs full of high-calorie food daily for months. This process can cause injuries to their beaks and throats, psychological distress, and multiple organ failures before they are eventually slaughtered. The intention is to cause the birds to develop a debilitating health condition called hepatic steatosis, or fatty liver disease. All foie gras comes from birds who are diseased.
Foie Gras Articles / Litigation Articles / Meat and Dairy Articles

Feature for Thursday, July 18
In-Ovo Sexing: Does not make the egg industry humane or ethical
culling male Chicks
In-ovo sexing, a technological invention hailed as a solution to this ethical dilemma, allows farmers to determine the sex of developing embryos within eggs, ostensibly offering a way to avoid the mass culling of hatched male chicks. However, as we delve deeper into this topic, it becomes apparent that while this may address one aspect of the industry's ethical concerns, it fails to respond to the broader issues inherent in egg production.
Egg Production Articles

Feature for Wednesday, July 17 July 17 Newsletter Cape Fur Seals rabies
Dairy industry sexual exploitation of Bulls — Animal factories poison everything — Cape Fur Seals and rabies — can we save Florida’s Key Deer? — Total Ethics Fashion [book] — how Chickens let you know if/when they want attention — ‘running of the Bulls’ 2024 — poems: Bearing Witness, Living Carousel (Pony ‘rides’), irrational and endless speciesism — bird flu testing is shoddy and dangerous — ‘homesteading’ is another term for backyard butchering — and more…
Image from Rabies Strikes Cape Fur Seals: Unprecedented Threat to South Africa's Coastal Haven Weekly Newsletters

Animals Slaughtered:

Number of animals killed in the world by the fishing, meat, dairy and egg industries, since you opened this webpage.

0marine animals
0cows / calves
0pigeons / other birds
0donkeys and mules
0camels / camelids