As an animal lover, this article struck my heart. I have covered a lot about the UN’s Agenda 21, Depopulation and “Wildlands” Project, as well as the mass animal die offs worldwide and their likely being caused by a collection of toxins in the environment being dispersed by chemtrails, radiation, GMO grains and more. There are articles by Christians addressing PETA’s equating of animal with human life, making man equal with animals, which is wrong. But I have not read anything (until now) discussing the very evil agenda to end all human/animal relationships, which is also destroying the perfect design of God’s creation.
Ringling Brothers Circus’ final show was last night (May 21, 2017). You can watch it HERE.
Christian Observer | Contributing Writer | May 20, 2017
Everyone has seen the sad commercials of abused animals, the ones where the charity organization begs you for money, and you may have heard rumors that some of those organizations only donate a fraction of the money towards their cause but I’m going to present some real numbers and why you shouldn’t support them. First, let’s look at the history of the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS). According to Dr. Lowell Baier, a legal and environmental historian, in his 2015 book titled Inside the Equal Access to Justice Act writes:
“A federal court has determined that the HSUS’s tactics to pursue its agenda have been notorious in distorting the truth and harassment. This was said in regards to a lawsuit HSUS initiated 14 years ago over the alleged mistreatment of 42 Asian elephants under the Ringling Brother’s Care.”
The US district court for the district of Columbia found that the lawsuit against Ringling Brothers was quote: frivolous, vexatious, groundless and unreasonable from inception:
“This lawsuit also uncovered a related violation of the corrupt organizations act by the defendant attorneys hiring a former circus employee Tom Rider to be posed as a paid plaintiff who perjured himself and the lawyers attempted to conceal from the court at least $190,000 in payments to rider.”
Basically, HSUS were found guilty of framing this circus. And the Ringling Brothers were never convicted of animal abuse.
The question is, if the Humane Society of the United States has the nerve to commit fraud before a federal judge, can we trust them? Can we trust that this deceit was merely an isolated incident? Perhaps a kamakazi stunt committed for a higher cause? We see their heartfelt commercials begging for donations, but can we trust they are telling the truth about where your donations are actually going? To examine an organization’s true priorities, you have to look at where their money is being spent. But first, let’s have a look at their background.
Wayne Pacelle is the CEO of the Humane Society of the United States, and according to waynepacelle.org, the organization was founded by Fred Meyers in 1954. The organization took on animal cruelty issues and campaigned in support of child welfare and feminism.
In 1994, Wayne Pacelle, then Executive Director of the Fund for Animals, was hired on staff with HSUS to revitalize their Government Affairs department. He expanded the organization’s public relations, communications work, and brought People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) on board as their public relations firm.
According to peta.org, PETA is another donation funded animal rights group, founded by Ingrid Newkirk in 1981. HSUS and PETA represent each other.
Some views in favor of the HUSUS.
- Fact: The Humane Society of the United States does donate to animal shelters every year.
- According to Humanewatch.org, an organization set out to hold HSUS accountable to their word, we know that they donated at least $500,000 to shelters annually since 2010. This suggests that, they might have lied about that one thing, but that doesn’t mean they lie about everything. If the cause is strong enough, it’s worth it to forgive.
- Fact: They help expose animal abuse.
- According to an animal welfare study published in 2017, conducted by another animal rights affiliate, the aspca.org, “Each year, approximately 1.5 million shelter animals are euthanized.” HSUS strives to re-home these pets instead, and lower that number.
Here’s the problem… According to public documents recorded at the Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, made available at their website at humanesociety.org, the company is recorded to have received over $240 million dollars every year for quite some time. The report reveals HSUS’s net assets alone of $233 million. The money is reportedly spent on pensions plans, compensation packages, lobbying, salaries for their 700 employees, fund raising costs and magazine advertisements to children. What this means is, less than half of 1% of their donations actually go to shelters! Ultimately, HSUS raises enough money to finance animal shelters in every single state, with money to spare, yet it doesn’t operate a single shelter anywhere. In 2008, they reported to the IRS contributions of only $3,500 to shelters nationwide. According to whoattackshsus.org, an organization created to defend HSUS, There are an estimate of about 3,500 animal shelters in the U.S, so that’s $1 per shelter that year! More recently though, HSUS claims to have donated $46.3 million towards charities on their 2015 tax returns, but that number is currently under FBI investigation for lying to the IRS, reporting their non-existent fundraising-related costs as money spent on charity.
They have a shameless and blatant record of dishonesty. Did you know that your local Humane Society, those shelters you see in every county, have NOTHING to do with The Humane Society of the United States? The HSUS has no shelters of their own. They intentionally call themselves a name that is similar to the Human Societies, to earn your trust. They even run a website called, “humanesociety.org,” to insinuate affiliation with your local Humane Society Shelter. And by the way, the regular haven humane societies were established first. According to their website, they claim to “Directly care for thousands of animals—pets and wildlife—each year” – how can they say they Directly care for when they don’t even run any shelters? They say they run five shelters, but if you research those sanctuaries they actually are not run by them at all. You can’t believe anything they say without vigilant investigation. They call themselves a non-profit organization when they in fact are a multi-million-dollar conglomerate, corporation.
If their profit from donations is well over 200 million annually, surely some of the money would contribute to less unnecessary euthanasia, right? I mean, this is why people donate in the first place. But these donations are not going towards the rehoming of these animals like their commercials promise. They believe they can solve over population of cats and dogs by killing them, instead of re-homing them like their ads say. HSUS and their partner organization PETA are radically pro- euthanasia.
According to investigations.peta.org/, PETA euthanized over 72 % of their shelter animals in 2015, and 81% the year before. In fact, PETA are advocates for the genocide on all pit bulls. Author and attorney, Nathan Winograd wrote to Ingrid Newkirk, the founder of PETA, inquiring about this and also asked, “how, as an animal rights organization, PETA could oppose non-lethal programs for feral cats in shelters?”
“Most people have no idea that any pit bull that comes through the front door doesn’t go out the back door alive. From San Jose to Schenectady, many shelters have enacted policies requiring the automatic destruction of the huge and ever-growing number of ‘pits’ they encounter. This news shocks and outrages the compassionate dog-lover… but PETA, supports the shelters’ pit-bull policy… People who genuinely care about dogs won’t be affected by a ban on pits.”
She then adds,
“We do not advocate ‘right to life’ for animals.”
Instead of using its annual budget of $240 million to negotiate a better life for these animals, Newkirk has been offering to do the pounds killing them herself, killing more animals than 80% of the animal control shelters in the State of Virginia.
“I would go to work early, before anyone got there, and I would just kill the animals myself. Pet ownership is an absolutely abysmal situation brought about by human manipulation. Eventually companion animals will be phased out, and we will return to a more symbiotic relationship, enjoyment at a distance.”
Do you think that the people who donate to this charity feel the same way?
What does Wayne Pacell, the CEO of HSUS have to say on that.
According to Ted Kerasotes’s book Bloodies,” Wayne Pacelle states in an interview:
“I don’t have a hands-on fondness for animals. I’ve personally never loved an animal before.” When asked, “Would you envision a future with no pets in the world?” and further replies,
“If I had my personal view perhaps that might take hold. In fact, I don’t want to see another cat or dog born. We have no problem with the extinction of domestic animals.“
Funding their campaigns brings us closer to end of all human/animal relationships.
HSUS advocates for the legislation to ban the sale of pets and working animals. That means the end of police dogs, medical service animals, livestock herding dogs, the preservation of species in zoos. Farm chickens, in fact, farms animals altogether! Funding their campaigns brings us closer to end of all human/animal relationships.
How are they doing it? By tricking people into donating to them. One of their tactics is to pirate pictures of abused animals. If you reverse image search some of their disturbing images of animal abuse, you’ll find that they’re actually sourced from Vietnam, Columbia, India and other third world countries. And they exploit these photos to amass pity and manipulate the public into donating. Receiving millions in sympathy donations every year, they aren’t applying their money the way they promise and that is what makes them corrupt.
According to an organization that provides comprehensive coverage of government documents and journals, In March 2015, The Mexican legislature passed a bill to ban the use of animals in circus performances. Instead of fining individual cases of animal cruelty, which are more rare in circuses than in normal domestic pet ownership, animal rights extremists managed to ban all ownership of exotic animals in Mexico. Circus animal owners were threatened with a $225,000 fine if they did not comply, yet no sanctuaries were provided for the newly retired animals. Circuses were raided, animals were seized. Some were euthanized, sold for their skins and taxidermy. According to Veterinary Doctor Teresa Moreno, who studied Veterinary Science and Zootechnics, all 1,298 animals from 80 circuses were seized. But, less than a year and a half later, only 300 are still alive.
Whether you are for or against the circus, it’s clear to see that these tigers and elephants died unnecessarily. This is what happens when people advocate for charities they don’t fully understand.
14 years of unproven allegations by HSUS against Ringling Brothers, they were never found guilty of animal abuse. In 2015, after the ban of animals in Mexico, the Ringling Brothers here in the US voluntarily retired all of their elephants. Come the day after tomorrow, their remaining tigers will perform their last show to. This final selfless act serves a way to protect their animals from the potential clutches of this deceitful cooperation.
So what do we do about it? If you’re an animal lover, donate to your local Humane Society. Those are the real animal welfare activists who don’t want to euthanize, who are normal every day people like you me without any political agendas. Those are the real hero’s, helping innocent animals every day. Donate to Kershner and contribute to the preservation of exotic species. Or volunteer at your local animal rehabilitation center. Be sure to be conscious of the difference between animal welfare and animal right activists. If you’re not interested in communal contributions, at least spread the word and expose HSUS for impersonating the real thing.
There is nothing humane about the Humane Society of the United States.
- April 14th, 2007, HSUS made a public statement calling out a Georgia puppy mill asking for donations. Later, it turns out that the puppy mill never existed.
- There’s a difference between animal welfare and animal rights. Animal welfare is the preserving of animal life under human care, such as animal rehabilitation centers and your local shelter. When you fund Animal Rights, you are funding the end of animals raised under human care all together.
- Mexico is now realizing the damage and the mass carnage that has been left behind. They are now understanding the Greens Party and Animal Rights are extremists who acted on emotion not based on any scientific evidence. They are talking about now reversing the ban.
- The Animal Liberation Front is on the FBI’s domestic terrorist watch list.
Inside the Equal Access to Justice Act