WHY WE EDUCATE ABOUT ANIMAL RIGHTS AND OTHER NON GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS
Educating About the Activities of Animal Rights and Other Non-Governmental Organizations
Why do we focus so much of our attention on educating the public about animal rights and other non-governmental organizations (NGO's)? Animal rights organizations and other NGO's pose a grave threat to agriculture, animal ownership, and our very way of life. Over the years via fundraising under the guise of animal welfare and other initiatives, these radical non-governmental organizations (NGO’s) have grown into massive lawmaking entities.
Animal Rights Is Not Animal Welfare
First and foremost, it is important for the public to understand that animal rights is not the same as animal welfare. They have nothing to do with each other. However, animal rights groups have used animal welfare as a ruse to raise funds from goodhearted people who are simply wanting to help animals.
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Why Education is Important
Animal rights and other NGO's have had a 20+ year head start with their campaign to push their ideology. These groups are now all interconnected, sharing staffing, ideology, projects, lawsuits and writing, funding and marketing legislation. In this day and age of social media, silence is acceptance. By and large, their misinformation campaigns have gone unanswered. Below is a chart produced by Animal Agriculture Alliance that shows some (but not all) of the major NGO's and their connections: