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Aug 18Liked by Wayne Hsiung

Im new here but im glad ive stumbled upon this email randomly. I read your article and believe this Is a brilliant movement that deserves national recognition. Will there be any open rescue groups in Pennsylvania soon? The idea of a passionate and driven massive group with one main goal in mind can certainly make an impact great enough to create a story which will in turn, create change. The powerful law of cause and effect should not be taken lightly. Or the influence that even one person or animal can make within a society. As you mentioned, stories are everything, a part of life. Sometimes the only way to get people to recognize a situation and the importance of what you are fighting for is by doing something drastic, radical or unconventional. Its an inspirational and heart-warming movement that should bring out a wide range of emotions within any human if they have a heart. It brings out the sadness by empathizing with these poor tortured animals who are constantly suffering. , It brings a great amount of hope to the future, in hopes of seeing more people come together by showing their continual support and encouraging others to finally say "No, were ready to help fight for the cause." Hopes of bringing out the compassion and empathy within which will help allow them to gain a new found sense of respect and understanding towards the soul of a animal. Hopes of bringing change and restrictions or even eliminating these horrific future farms, and hopes that surrounding communities become aware, actively engage in helping and spreading the message of love, peace, and animal rights. If people truly know whats actually happening in these facilities, one should naturally be frustrated and angry towards the people operating these facilities, anger towards our governments for allowing it to happen, and one should certainly be outraged by the heartless barbaric individuals that are responsible for physically mistreating and or torturing these animals without the slightest care in the world. Lastly, the movement will ultimately bring happiness from finally making a difference after so much time, efforts and dedication to a great cause. I've noticed people are becoming more sympathetic of animals in general but it's far too slow. When it's one of the biggest industries in the world and normalized to society the way it is, its tough to combat. However, it's not impossible. The message of saving even one animal is indeed a powerful statement. You can't solve any problem instantly. You have to start somewhere and take action rather then just say what needs to be done. This is a great way to show initiative, standing up for what is right, and showing people that we really can make a difference. All it takes is enough people to join forces, agree with what must be done, and having enough dedication towards the cause. Joining a movement such as this is no easy task as there will be many obstacles along with people relentlessly trying to silence our voice. But it's important to understand that they can never silence an entire army. For It to be effective it needs to be a massive amount of individuals forming a unity for the same cause. I don't know how long exactly this has been going on but just like anything it starts small and will grow with time. Every new person that embraces the movement adds to our power. I bring the animal rights subject up alot at random places and it is always difficult convincing older generations that were brought up hunting. They primarily view animals as a source of food and don't realize the food as a life with the same feelings and emotions we all have. People that have always hunted for food or sport, butcher animals and live chiefly off of meat view this industry as a normal and completely acceptable and appropriate thing. People have to understand the value of life and the soul for this movement to have any effect on them. One needs to tap into thier emotions and comprehend that a human life is not better, worse, more deserving or more valuable then a animals life. People argue survival of the fittest and the fact that we have a much greater intelligence. This way of thinking only creates competition and a false sence of superiority. All living things deserve a modest life, kindness, and understanding. A mindset filled with compassion, cooperation and adaptation must be utilized by all for change to occur. People need to keep being reminded what is actually going on in these factory farms. Consistent video footage of the cruelty and torture within these hellish places alone should be enough for anyone with a heart to feel deep emotions. Repetition of the same or similar thing is form of brainwashing, lets use it in a positive way for once. By showing people the harsh and inhumane conditions on a constant basis it will remind everyone how wrong and horrible these places actually are. Even if they are naturally OK with the idea they will eventually begin to believe it's wrong. Many years ago I became a vegetarian and my main reason for finally doing so was watching a documentary on how factory farms actually operate within. It showed the uncensored truth and the evil within. It's sickening and truly sad to say the least. More people need to see the true footage to help connect and understand. We need undercover workers recording the horrors. Make a series of documentaries for the public. If it's good footage that's edited and put together well enough the videos will become viral to help the main cause which is animal cruelty. People love a story and a story is best told in the form of a movie.

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Aug 19Liked by Wayne Hsiung

Join the Open Rescue Advocates Meeting on Sunday, August 27th. It's your last chance to hang out with Wayne! If you are in the San Francisco Bay Area, in-person attendance is preferred & everyone not in the area can join by Zoom. Read the event page description.

https://facebook.com/events/s/open-rescue-advocates-meeting-/1481650832585515/

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I love this Wayne! what a beautiful vision indeed

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Watching the footage of the rescue was a beautiful sight.

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Is America what one would call a civilized country? How does one define the word civilized, well

ROGET'S THE NEW THESAURUS, Characterized by discriminating and broad knowledge as a result of development or education.

How do you educate a civilized country that eats another species?

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Don't forget Animal Rising Aug 26 in England protest against Cruel Greyhound racing wishing them well.

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Another species called the chemical feast which is the chemical feast of a cow fed MALTHION< SULFA DRUGS, NITRITES< TERRA CYCKINE, PBB, ESTRADIOL< NITROFURAN< ARSONIC ACID, STREPTO-MYCIN, PYRETHROID, CHLORINATED HYDROCARBONS, and ODOPHOR. that is when a un civilized country goes against nature and the people for it is no feast for a cow or any intelligent sane human species.

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Civil Of, concerning or effecting the community or the people.

How does one do that well it is not easy but it can happen and is happening now, try to tell that to a suffering other species locked away from its own king

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Next have you ever heard of going after the gov for it not allowing me to follow its own constitution words as the right to seek happiness for how can any sane person be happy knowing the gov allows an animal experiment of putting two heads on a dog saying it helps people. Can I sue on the grounds of total evil?

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Well first you rid corp evil who god is only the color of greed and green and has zero ability to know any other color being they have zero morals or ethic, is will not be easy but when it hits home as the factory farming run offs is killing the planet then maybe without a brain operation to help them think of another color except the colon of green and greed and to think about there grand children future, and give to them and all the rest of us a plant and liquid diet.

If the world went on a liquid diet worldwide this is what would happen. There would be no more poverty no more torture of another sick species to eat no more factory farm run off killing the rivers along with no more medical, and package waste dumping that is killing the oceans and most everything in the oceans.

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Better said how to educate an un civilized country that still eats other species?

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Better said how do you educate an un civilized country that eats other species.

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Better said how do you educate an un civilized country that eats other species?

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