Remembrance Day For Animals|
posted on November 7, 2019
Remembrance Day for Animals in War
Tens of thousands of animals have died during combat and being use as weapons of war. Domestic animals include dogs, pigs, oxen, camels, and horses. Elephants, pigeons, and rats were also used for transport and bomb detection. Dolphins and sea lions are presently abused by the military.
Canada: In addition to military bases, there are universities and hospitals also conducting experiments. In the 80s Lifeforce exposed US military funded experiments at the University of Western Ontario. Live monkeys were used in laser weapon tests on their eyes.
The Canadian military continues using thousands of live animals for testing chemical-weapons and military training.
In Memory of These Forgotten Victims
“Lifeforce believes that all people and animals have rights to their freedom. Musicians, artists, and others formed a very powerful peace movement against racism and wars in the 60s, 70s, and 80s. In view of ongoing wars and the violence affecting all life the song, “Simple Song of Freedom” still needs to be heard.” A new peace movement for all life is desperately needed,” stated Peter Hamilton, Lifeforce Founder, “This time a “peace” movement must include animal rights and oppose speciesism.” Simple Song of Freedom SIMPLE SONG OF FREEDOM.
Lifeforce is raising funds for online and on location Memorials for fellow animals with whom we share this planet. They continue to suffer and die in various ongoing human battles. They are the unwilling victims of painful, unnecessary experiments.
Please donate to Lifeforce’s Memorial Campaign:
In Remembrance for All Life.
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