Government Regulator Cautions Media About Misleading “Animal-Rights” Videos Fur Council of Canada, June 10, 2000 – The Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has warned broadcasters to ensure the “balance, accuracy and pertinence” of video materials provided by animal-rights groups.
We hear it over and over again: attacks by Earth and animal liberationists are becoming more “personal” and more extreme. We are also told that no one has ever been killed by these “liberation” zealots who engage in criminal acts to rid the Earth of its “enemies”. Alas, it’s a myth. It’s been personal for…
Humane Society Claim Mislabeling of Fur Trim Americans are noted for their love of domesticated cats and dogs, our cherished pets. We have selectively bred a wide range of animals that are clean, loyal and rewarding companions. There truly is a pet for everyone, no matter what the lifestyle or need.
Beverly Hills Coalition for NO on A April 1999 – A growing coalition of who’s who in Beverly Hills has joined with the Chamber of Commerce, restaurants, leather and fur stores and a host of other Beverly Hills merchants and citizens to fight Measure A, an initiative on the May 11 city ballot.
FUR COMMISSION USA COMMENTARY, FEBRUARY 9, 1999 Once again the Humane Society of the US is under the spotlight for the inaccuracy of its information – this time over a critter called a Furby.
In August 1999, the first Safe Farms Support Rally was held in Wisconsin – an outpouring of frustration from farmers and other concerned citizens at the escalation of attacks from animal rights terrorists. (See also the Press Kit Special Feature : Regulating the Conflict Industry.) The National Animal Interest Alliance wants to stop animal rights / eco-terrorism. Endorse…
Open Letter from the International Quorum of Film & Video Producers