CelebritiesCreative people are usually very compassionate, caring people who, when they become famous want to give back to humanity for their extreme good fortune. Unfortunately, when you lead with your heart, often you leave your brain behind. Countless celebrities, when a loved one dies of a disease or they themselves become ill, are convinced that the best thing to do is raise money for the petrochemical/pharmaceutical industry. They don’t know who they’re really raising money for, of course. They think they’re raising money to give to those wonderful, humanitarian scientists who are searching diligently in their laboratories for that ever-illusive “cure” that never comes. They never question why they pour money down a bottomless pit decade after decade, they just keep pouring it in. They don’t question that the money they raise goes to overhead, salaries, building more buildings, experimenting on animals and making the richest industry in the world richer.
Some celebrities purport to be animal lovers and belong to big national animal rights groups. They are vegetarians and won’t even sit on leather seats. Yet, they can be seen attending glamorous fundraisers like the FIRE AND ICE BALL and the CITY OF HOPE banquets, helping raise money to torture the very animals they say they love.
This is the result.
This is a list of disease groups involved in the fraud of animal experimentation that are especially popular with celebrities.
CITY OF HOPE
ST. JUDE’S CHILDRENS’ RESEARCH HOSPITAL
SUSAN G. KOMEN BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION
MARCH OF DIMES
AMERICAN RED CROSS
AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR AIDS RESEARCH
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
CHRISTOPHER REEVE PARALYSIS FOUNDATION
JUVENILE DIABETES RESEARCH FOUNDATION INTERNATIONAL
LANCE ARMSTRONG FOUNDATION
MICHAEL J. FOX FOUNDATION FOR PARKINSON’S RESEARCH
MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION
PEDIATRIC AIDS FOUNDATION
(For a complete list of disease groups that experiment on animals, go to www.humaneseal.com, click “SEARCH” under “CHARITIES”, click “YES”, “NO” or “EITHER under “HUMANE SEAL APPROVAL?”, click “BEGIN SEARCH”)