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In the religion of modern medicine, the rite of vivisection is central. In the past, cats were crucified for the sake of "scientific curiosity." Pregnant bitches disembowled to observe the maternal instinct in the throes of pain. Experimenters in an American university cause convulsions in dogs and cats, to study their brain waves during the seizures, which gradually become more frequent and severe until the animals are in a state of continual seizure, which leads to their deaths in three to five hours. The experimenters then supply charts of the brain waves in question, but have no idea how they could be put to practical use.

In this age of 'advanced' research, animals are crucified under the flag of cancer research-which has not yet yielded any cures, but a host of techniques for infecting animals with cancers they don't normally get. Induced cancer is obviously not the same as cancer we get. This is proof that the only rodent for human disease test is a human. Proof that infecting animals with cancer is a radical fraud that has no scientific validity.

Imagine being buried alive... in a cramped, dirty place. Suddenly, a light is seen and a white-robed devil stabs are you with a syringe in an attempt to watch as cencer eats you alive.
Such is the so-called 'humane' treatment of animals. They involve 'no pain but a mere pin-prick'. Imagine the experiments that 'require' pain. Such as 'behavioral' research.

rats and mice are sacrified for so-called 'safety-testing' of drugs. This is ignorance, because the drug will be found safe for mice, not humans. The consumers are the real test subjects.

Animal experimentation is morally wrong, and medically misleading-it is a brutal torture which harms animals and humans which thus should not be allowed to continue.

Abolish animal research/vivisection! Show mercy to the animals mutilated and driven insane by the means of so-called "scientific curiosities". Abolish the medical fraud that condones animal suffering and sadism, performed only to fulfill the petty needs of mankind. But what may not kill an animal may kill a human.
Motivated by the money and having the disdain for human and animal health alike, the disease of vivisection has created an iatrogenic plague that not only goes unnoticed, but is praised for its "cures" (harms) that it creates. "Abuse and cruelty to animals goes on behind closed doors, fueling the economic needs of the commercialized biomedical giant."1 Animal "research" is "...a medical fraud in that it has not helped humanity, nor has it helped animals."2 Every year, the millions of animals killed yield no miracle cures for cancer, or the other diseases that strike fear and hysteria in the hearts of people everywhere. Perhaps if this practice is stopped now, the escalation of harms to humanity will falter.
"In the Religion of Modern Medicine, the rite of vivisection is central."3 In the past, cats were crucified for the sake of "scientific curiosity". "Pregnant bitches disembowled to observe the maternal instinct in the throes of pain."4 "Experimenters in an American university cause convulsions in dogs and cats, to study their brain waves during the seizures, which gradually become more frequent and severe until the animals are in a state of constant seizure that leads to their deaths in three to five hours; the experimenters then supply several charts of the brain waves in question, but no idea how they could be put to practical use."5 Today this tradition is continued--but in this age of "advanced research", animals are crucified under the flag of cancer and disease research--which has not yet yielded any cures, but a host of techniques for infecting animals with cancers and diseases they would not normally get. Induced cancer is obviously not the same kind of cancer that humans get from their genetic background and environment (appendix fig.1). An experiment was performed at the Sloan-Kettering Institute where cancerous cells have been injected into human patients. Within two to three weeks, the healthy patients rejected the cancerous cells, proving that cancer research on animals is a fraud. Despite all of this "research" leading to "progress" in chemotherapy and radiation, in the U.S. more women between the ages of 30 to 34 die of cancer than from any other cause. Mortality from breast cancer remains unchanged since the 1950's, rather, it is growing. This is proof that the only "model for human disease is a human."6 A dog or a cat or a guinea pig or a goat is not human, and thus proves that vivisection has no scientific validity. However, the supporters of this systematic slaughter of life--life capable of emotion--back up their so called "findings" and "benefits" to humanity by providing the number of animals killed and the results (appendix fig.2). Upon examination, no results are seen. No cures for cancer, no cures for Parkinson's or Alzheimer's disease. The only benefit seen is "research" (meaning: no results, lots of money, lots of mass graves for animals). The word "studies" is also seen "studies of..." The question raised is how can a human disease, in this case Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease, be "studied" on primates? Even primates, to whom we are very genetically similar, do not get human diseases. Our primate cousins may ingest strychnine without harm, while it is deadly to a human.
In that table, it shows that 12-15 million rodents were sacrified for safety testing of new drugs. In many cases, this safety testing harms humans, since the drug is found to be safe for rats. We are not rats. The perfect illustration of the harm to human health cased by this safety testing is the infamous Thalidomide Disaster. After years of testing, thalidomide was deemed the safest possible sedative for pregnant women, the researchers having found no side effects in their test animals. How wonderful! A sedative for rats! However, when used on humans, it produced numerous birth defects. Animal experimentation was responsible for one of the largest disasters in medical history. Another mistake made by vivisection is the discovery of anesthesia. The experimenters observed that chloroform cuased manic excitement in dogs, and thus denounced it as a sedative, setting back medical advancement for years. The ancient and lengthy cure for a damaged liver (diet) gives way to little liver pills, which are likely to cause more disorders than they cure--but that's good news for our vivisector friends! Now they can make more money by making drugs for those pesky iatrogenic disorders, and so on.
A miracle cure was found by vivisection that seemingly made up for its cruelty-antibiotics. Unfortunately "this has created, and is still creating stronger bacteria and weaker humans"7--an iatrogenic plague which no one has tried to stop because of the economic gains for the industry. The use of laboratory animals to study the biological "mechanisms" of the major diseases that afflict human form, on the basis of profitable interventive, rather than preventive medicine--"because of the primary focus of such research, the primary focus of such research, the primary beneficiary is not humanity"8, but our money-grubbing friends in the biomedical industry. The cancer treatment of chemotherapy, much of which is based on animal research, is not proving effective in treating most forms of cancer, even though an estimated 200,000 rae subjected to it and it's iatrogenic and sometimes fatal effects.
"A dog or your baby?" This question seems to stop any individuals from questioning man's brutality. This is a stupid question. The answer is that neither has to be killed, because of the many alternative available, which are cheaper and will lessen the margin of error such as: clinical observation and computerized fell experimentation. If vivisection is as morally right as it's pratitioners claim it to be, then why is it done behind closed doors?


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1 Fox, W. Michael, Inhumane Society, p. 75
2 Ruesch, Hans, Slaughter of the Innocent, p 23
3 Ibid., p. I
4 Ibid., p. 1
5 Ibid., p. 3
6 Fox, W. Michael, Inhumane Society, p. 92
7 Ruesch, Hans, Slaughter of the Innocent, p. 330
8 Fox, W. Michael, Inhumane Society, p. 74
9 Skinny Puppy, "Killing Game", Last Rites

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