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  • The Modern "Animal Novement" in a Nutshell (4) - Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach
    to do The World is Vegan If you want it Gary L Francione Board of Governors Distinguished Professor Rutgers University 2014 Gary L Francione Related posts The Modern Animal Movement in a Nutshell 1 The Modern Animal Movement in a Nutshell 3 The Modern Animal Movement in a Nutshell 5 The Modern Animal Movement in a Nutshell 2 Speciesism in a Nutshell Share this entry Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Share on Vk Share on Reddit Share by Mail Français Visitez notre site miroir français Recent Posts Guest Essay This is Why New Welfarists Should Stop Equivocating on Moral Principles Concerning Animals A Response to Mercy For Animals Incremental Reform in the Human Context Is Not Analogous to Welfare Reform and Single Issue Campaigns in the Nonhuman Context The Animals Need YOU A Report from the Intersectional Justice Conference Why Welfare Reform Campaigns and Single Issue Campaigns Necessarily Promote Animal Exploitation When Intersectional Justice Means Promoting Meat Fish Dairy Imagine If There Were a Real Animal Rights Movement Challenging Peter Singer s Paternity Claim Business As Usual VegfestUK and the Animal Welfare Industry The Vegan Society Senior

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  • The Modern "Animal Movement" in a Nutshell (3) - Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach
    do The World is Vegan If you want it Gary L Francione Board of Governors Distinguished Professor Rutgers University 2014 Gary L Francione Related posts The Modern Animal Movement in a Nutshell 1 The Modern Animal Movement in a Nutshell 5 The Modern Animal Movement in a Nutshell 2 The Modern Animal Novement in a Nutshell 4 Speciesism in a Nutshell Share this entry Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Share on Vk Share on Reddit Share by Mail Français Visitez notre site miroir français Recent Posts Guest Essay This is Why New Welfarists Should Stop Equivocating on Moral Principles Concerning Animals A Response to Mercy For Animals Incremental Reform in the Human Context Is Not Analogous to Welfare Reform and Single Issue Campaigns in the Nonhuman Context The Animals Need YOU A Report from the Intersectional Justice Conference Why Welfare Reform Campaigns and Single Issue Campaigns Necessarily Promote Animal Exploitation When Intersectional Justice Means Promoting Meat Fish Dairy Imagine If There Were a Real Animal Rights Movement Challenging Peter Singer s Paternity Claim Business As Usual VegfestUK and the Animal Welfare Industry The Vegan Society Senior Officer

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  • The Modern "Animal Movement" in a Nutshell (2) - Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach
    to do The World is Vegan If you want it Gary L Francione Board of Governors Distinguished Professor Rutgers University 2014 Gary L Francione Related posts The Modern Animal Movement in a Nutshell 1 The Modern Animal Movement in a Nutshell 3 The Modern Animal Movement in a Nutshell 5 The Modern Animal Novement in a Nutshell 4 Speciesism in a Nutshell Share this entry Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Share on Vk Share on Reddit Share by Mail Français Visitez notre site miroir français Recent Posts Guest Essay This is Why New Welfarists Should Stop Equivocating on Moral Principles Concerning Animals A Response to Mercy For Animals Incremental Reform in the Human Context Is Not Analogous to Welfare Reform and Single Issue Campaigns in the Nonhuman Context The Animals Need YOU A Report from the Intersectional Justice Conference Why Welfare Reform Campaigns and Single Issue Campaigns Necessarily Promote Animal Exploitation When Intersectional Justice Means Promoting Meat Fish Dairy Imagine If There Were a Real Animal Rights Movement Challenging Peter Singer s Paternity Claim Business As Usual VegfestUK and the Animal Welfare Industry The Vegan Society Senior

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  • The Modern "Animal Movement" in a Nutshell (1) - Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach
    The World is Vegan If you want it Gary L Francione Board of Governors Distinguished Professor Rutgers University 2014 Gary L Francione Related posts The Modern Animal Movement in a Nutshell 3 The Modern Animal Movement in a Nutshell 5 The Modern Animal Movement in a Nutshell 2 The Modern Animal Novement in a Nutshell 4 Speciesism in a Nutshell Share this entry Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Share on Vk Share on Reddit Share by Mail Français Visitez notre site miroir français Recent Posts Guest Essay This is Why New Welfarists Should Stop Equivocating on Moral Principles Concerning Animals A Response to Mercy For Animals Incremental Reform in the Human Context Is Not Analogous to Welfare Reform and Single Issue Campaigns in the Nonhuman Context The Animals Need YOU A Report from the Intersectional Justice Conference Why Welfare Reform Campaigns and Single Issue Campaigns Necessarily Promote Animal Exploitation When Intersectional Justice Means Promoting Meat Fish Dairy Imagine If There Were a Real Animal Rights Movement Challenging Peter Singer s Paternity Claim Business As Usual VegfestUK and the Animal Welfare Industry The Vegan Society Senior Officer of

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  • Oh, No: Another Woman Does What Everyone Else Does - Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach
    with Jones just as they were with Bachman and calling her names and making misogynistic and sometimes explicitly violent statements about her So here s the question what is the difference between these two women and everyone else who isn t vegan Answer There is no difference So this sort of event should help anyone who is paying attention recognize that speciesism and sexism are deeply intertwined If you are not vegan please go vegan Veganism is about nonviolence First and foremost it s about nonviolence to other sentient beings But it s also about nonviolence to the earth and nonviolence to yourself The World is Vegan If you want it Gary L Francione Board of Governors Distinguished Professor Rutgers University 2014 Gary L Francione Related posts Some Thoughts on Melissa Bachman and the Lion Compassionate Violence is Not the Solution Moral Behavior and Moral Significance Human Rights and Animal Rights Perfect Together On Violence as Entertainment Share this entry Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Share on Vk Share on Reddit Share by Mail Français Visitez notre site miroir français Recent Posts Guest Essay This is Why New Welfarists Should Stop Equivocating on Moral Principles Concerning Animals A Response to Mercy For Animals Incremental Reform in the Human Context Is Not Analogous to Welfare Reform and Single Issue Campaigns in the Nonhuman Context The Animals Need YOU A Report from the Intersectional Justice Conference Why Welfare Reform Campaigns and Single Issue Campaigns Necessarily Promote Animal Exploitation When Intersectional Justice Means Promoting Meat Fish Dairy Imagine If There Were a Real Animal Rights Movement Challenging Peter Singer s Paternity Claim Business As Usual VegfestUK and the Animal Welfare Industry The Vegan Society Senior Officer of Advocacy and Policy

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  • A Moment of Silence for Donald Watson, Founder of The Vegan Society - Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach
    It s about starting a conversation or planting a seed In other words The Vegan Society was doing a thoroughly incompetent job getting people excited about veganism Rather than trying to figure out how to reinvigorate Watson s message of interspecies justice and nonviolence for a new generation and for a world that desperately needs to hear that message The Vegan Society decided to abandon that message in favor of the idea that if people buy vegan products it s all okay And given that everyone buys some vegan products The Vegan Society can declare victory make everyone feel good for buying vegan products and get donations and bequests of gratitude because the Society is putting its stamp of approval on their non veganism on their flexible veganism on their vegan consumerism It s all great for the Society s business and it s great for consumers who can buy their indulgences for exploiting animals by making a donation Only the animals lose Is it hard to educate about morality in 2014 Yes it most certainly is But it was also difficult in a different way in 1944 when Donald Watson was trying to deal with these issues in a world that was just emerging from the horrors of World War II the rise of dictators and tyrants and the nightmare of the Holocaust Watson met the challenge in 1944 The Vegan Society in 2014 has not In fact it has capitulated to defeat The Vegan Society claims that its message of vegan consumerism is the only way to get young people to become interested in veganism claiming that Facebook likes on the charity s page now exceeds 1 000 a week compared with 100 to 200 previously But the Abolitionist Approach Facebook page which promotes veganism as a moral baseline is at almost 60 000 likes has gone up about 40 000 in the past year or so and a big chunk almost 40 is the age group 18 34 And not one paid boost The idea that a strong moral message does not appeal to the public in general or to young people in particular is nonsense The Vegan Society has just decided that it can bring in more money by selling it all out and putting a stamp of approval on non veganism flexible veganism and vegan consumerism A moment of silence for Donald Watson That is the least we can do for someone whose progressive vision and message of nonviolence has been betrayed and abandoned If you are not vegan please go vegan Veganism is about nonviolence First and foremost it s about nonviolence to other sentient beings But it s also about nonviolence to the earth and nonviolence to yourself The World is Vegan If you want it Gary L Francione Board of Governors Distinguished Professor Rutgers University 2014 Gary L Francione ADDENDUM JULY 3 2014 Dr Matthew Cole one of the co authors of the study in the British Journal of Sociology has publicly stated that his study provides no support whatsover for the conclusions that the Vegan Society have drawn from it that this was made clear to the Society in the strongest of terms several weeks ago and that their continued references to it are unjustified Click on image to enlarge ADDENDUM JULY 4 2014 I posted this at http goo gl RWPXym I have been a vegan for 32 years I have written for The Vegan and I was interviewed in The Vegan as part of a series on animal ethics that included Tom Regan Peter Singer and me I have great respect for Donald Watson and his progressive vision and I wrote the entry on Watson in The Cultural Encyclopedia of Vegetarianism 2010 Despite this in 2011 I was banned from the Vegan Society on line discussion forum because I objected to the Society accepting paid adverts that promoted and praised non vegan restaurants and inns I wrote about the matter here http goo gl 41TlKQ At the time I predicted that the Vegan Society would soon explicitly embrace and promote some version of flexible veganism And that is exactly what they have now done The Vegan Society is trying to blame those who see veganism as a moral baseline for the failure of the Society to be more successful in attracting new members No the vegans were not the problem The problem was that the Society has lacked creative and dynamic leadership for a while now I believe that there were some staff in the past who had good ideas but they were stifled by a rather smug and reactionary Council of Trustees Those staff members are gone In any event the Society utterly failed to present the exciting vision that motivated Watson in a way that is relevant for a world that needs that vision more urgently in 2014 than it did in 1944 And now in a desperate and most cynical attempt to get a greater share of charity donations the Vegan Society has installed leadership that is overtly hostile to veganism as a moral baseline and the Society has completely abandoned and betrayed Watson s vision I note that the current Chair of the Council of Trustees notes on his bio that he used to work at the RSPCA I suggest that we have a moment of silence for Donald Watson http goo gl N59Fi3 And then I suggest that those of us who see veganism as a moral baseline get on with promoting Watson s message of nonviolence and interspecies justice Unfortunately The Vegan Society will not be an ally in that effort Gary L Francione Board of Governors Distinguished Professor Rutgers University ADDENDUM July 4 2014 Vegan Society CEO Jasmijn de Boo has issued a statement in response to significant negative reaction that the Vegan Society has received in response to abandoning veganism as a moral baseline de Boo states We are aware that there has been some misinformation going around about the Love

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  • Monday: Your Choice - Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach
    they go vegan is it any surprise Animal organizations all promote vegetarianism and happy exploitation Not one promotes veganism as an unequivocal moral baseline It is our responsibility to make clear that if animals matter morally we are obligated to go vegan If someone cares about animals but wants to do less that should be their choice and never what we promote Telling people that vegetarianism happy meat Meatless Monday vegan before 6 or flexible veganism are morally acceptable will just delay progress and not lead to it If you are not vegan please go vegan Veganism is about nonviolence First and foremost it s about nonviolence to other sentient beings But it s also about nonviolence to the earth and nonviolence to yourself The World is Vegan If you want it Gary L Francione Board of Governors Distinguished Professor Rutgers University 2014 Gary L Francione Related posts There Is No Third Choice Our Choice Multiple Choice Test Commentary Vegan Education Advocacy Forcing Others to Go Vegan and Animal Ethics as Involving Obligation and Not Choice Gateway Arguments Share this entry Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Share on Vk Share on Reddit Share by Mail Français Visitez notre site miroir français Recent Posts Guest Essay This is Why New Welfarists Should Stop Equivocating on Moral Principles Concerning Animals A Response to Mercy For Animals Incremental Reform in the Human Context Is Not Analogous to Welfare Reform and Single Issue Campaigns in the Nonhuman Context The Animals Need YOU A Report from the Intersectional Justice Conference Why Welfare Reform Campaigns and Single Issue Campaigns Necessarily Promote Animal Exploitation When Intersectional Justice Means Promoting Meat Fish Dairy Imagine If There Were a Real Animal Rights Movement Challenging Peter Singer

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  • Interview on Brian Oxman Show - Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach
    Vegan If you want it Gary L Francione Board of Governors Distinguished Professor Rutgers University 2014 Gary L Francione Related posts CNN Interview on The Andre Robinson King Case Philosophy Bites Audio Interview on Abolition Published My Interview On Philosophy Bites Sit Down Shut Up Be Happy Write a Check and Watch the Show Interview on New Book Share this entry Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Share on Vk Share on Reddit Share by Mail Français Visitez notre site miroir français Recent Posts Guest Essay This is Why New Welfarists Should Stop Equivocating on Moral Principles Concerning Animals A Response to Mercy For Animals Incremental Reform in the Human Context Is Not Analogous to Welfare Reform and Single Issue Campaigns in the Nonhuman Context The Animals Need YOU A Report from the Intersectional Justice Conference Why Welfare Reform Campaigns and Single Issue Campaigns Necessarily Promote Animal Exploitation When Intersectional Justice Means Promoting Meat Fish Dairy Imagine If There Were a Real Animal Rights Movement Challenging Peter Singer s Paternity Claim Business As Usual VegfestUK and the Animal Welfare Industry The Vegan Society Senior Officer of Advocacy and

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