Wednesday, January 30, 2008

HSUS Activists Torture Animal For Promotional Video

© By Othmar Vohringer

Members of the Humane Society of the Untitled States (HSUS) were caught on video by Pro-seal hunt filmmaker Raoul Jomphe as they contributed for hours to the suffering of a badly injured seal for a promotional video.

According to the Ottawa Citizen
“…the animal rights activists pulled the dying seal out of the water as it tried to escape, and continued filming their promotional video. It is not known how the seal was wounded.”
Raoul Jomhe said.
"If I had been on the ice with my family and kids, I would have told them to turn around, and I would have killed the seal myself, because it was disturbing for me to see that."
To me this is just another piece of evidence of what I have known allalong. Animal rights activist groups such as the HSUS and PETA are hypocritical. While they try to maintain the cuddly animal loving face in public behind the scenes they are among the cruelest animal abusers.

This is not the first documented case of animal rights activists purposely abusing animals to gain promotional film footage that they than use for their knee jerk propaganda.

To learn more about the animal rights and their continued animal abuse I recommend these two reliable resources. (Exposing the animal rights movement) and PETA Kills Animals an affiliate organization of the equally recommended

Updated by Othmar Vohringer on March 30, 2008

It seems that the above event is not a first for them either. They staged an identical
event 4 or 5 years ago.

In another example they had an article written that appeared in several papers wailing about the record slaughter of seals that year, describing the horrors they had seen, the blood, the cruelty.

The problem? There hadn't BEEN one. The event was canceled and postponed. They didn't know, hadn't been there. The article was made up.

In another case, footage of sheriff department and vets darting tigers in a trailer was edited and a voiceover stated it was a "canned hunt". HSUS again.

Want to bet this footage turns up soon on network and cable TV? Without a mention of it being staged?

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Tracy said...


Othmar Vohringer said...

The link doesn't work and copy pasting it into Google leads nowhere. Besides, to be honest, I do NOT want to see a “heart-wrenching” promotional video were animals have been purposely abused by an organization that pretends in public to care about animals.

The suffering the HSUS caused this animal no doubt will be blamed on the seal hunters who have nothing to do with it. It is disgusting, if not criminal, how far some will go to promote a false image of hunters and to further their hypocritical agenda.


Indy said...

Yes! Thank goodness for people willing to expose the cruel aw/ar movements for what they are. Great post and good for pointing out that news article as well. I've submitted this onto a few more sites, the more people realize just how truly cruel animal activism really is, maybe one day enough of them will wake up and fight the insanity instead of promoting it and causing needless suffering to both humans and animals. You've probably seen enough animal rights/welfare fanaticism to recognize it for the anti-human religion it is.Their idea of good entertainment is either torturing animals and people, or at least fantasizing about it while blaming their sick ideas on the rest of humanity so they can get everyone else clammering for bans on this or that, whittling away our rights bit by bit.

Anonymous said...

This is not the first time they have staged "cruelty" videos. ARs have posted images of a screaming baby monkey, clinging to the front bars of the cage, where it is obvious that someone is pulling the baby's leg and frightening it and causing it pain. Then there was the young man in Toronto, Canada, who got caught with a mutilated cat carcass in his refrigerator, and was also in possession of multiple copies of a "cruelty" video, showing the cat being tortured and skinned alive. These were probably being made for recruitment meetings, of the type often arranged on college campuses, to be shown to naive young students. The perpetrator got off of any serious charges, by saying that he was making an artistic statement about cruelty! Question: Are animal rights groups PAYING for amateur promotional / recruiting videos and other forms of bogus "evidence"? How about the very lengthly video of a hog being attacked by a young man in a farmyard, who was repeatedly slashing at it's throat as it staggered around. He was continually laughing and mugging for the "hidden" (not) camera that his friend was keeping between the lapels of his coat as he followed him around.
Gee.. I guess maybe there is not so much cruelty around, if the ARs have to manufacture it to "prove it exists", as did the young man who kidnapped and skinned someone poor pet kitty!

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