1. The world is waking up. It will take a couple of generations for the pendulum to reverse its swing, but its definately slowing down.

  2. If people standing up for the helpless animals are considered extreme and out to lunch, then that says a great deal about where we’re at right now. Merv Wiseman, the pres of the NL Federation of Agriculture, makes his living by keeping mink and foxes in incredibly cruel, tiny cages for their entire lives. Then he kills them so he can sell their skin and fur. Not cool Mr Wiseman.

  3. Thank you animal activists and Anonymous for the Voiceless. Animal agriculture MUST go down if we want to survive on this planet and start doing the right thing about the animals with whom we share the world.

  4. We don’t need to eat animals to be healthy and thrive. Anyone who can prove otherwise in the face mountains of scientific evidence and millions of healthy vegans, many of them professional athletes, has successfully debunked veganism. But if you can’t, then there’s no justification for murdering innocent animals just to satisfy your tastebuds.

  5. I am very proud to of these people for having the courage and dedication to stand up for what is right. The world is changing for the better and these people are helping the transition.

  6. the Federation of Agriculture is not pleased, because they don’t like the public to see what they are up to and what is considered standard practices

  7. mr. wiseman from federation of agriculture thinks that activists SHOWING the footage of factory farms are extreme and out to lunch?? But what does he think of the footage of things being done to animals which are VERY extreme. Mr. Wiseman (now that name is an oxymoron) has a VERY vested interest in saying what he said …which really amounts to not much.

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