Support Ebba Olausson: Vegan in Body and Soul

Published June 14, 2014 by Jeannette Louise Smith

freedomWhat we call the Animal Rights Movement is, with greater reason, a Mixed Culture. This Mixed Culture is a mélange of caring and thinking people, so naturally the intellectual and compassionate architecture appeals to us and others like us.

The Language of the People is like speaking every known dialect. Our melting-pot family, spans the globe in a spectrum of thought and experience that translates into non-violent action. Undoubtedly, intellect, compassion, and kindness are the source of continually admirable heroic actions of communities and individuals.

The backbone trait of our family is sensible and simultaneous, hard-hearted compassion. To achieve abolition, total liberation, we must retain balance in our individual physical and emotional lives and remain Vegan in Body and Soul.

Worldwide, government laws protect commercial animal exploitation, allowing devastation of the earth and the brutality against non-human animals and humans. Laws do not defend the right to life. Laws authorize and regulate death.

Animal legislation does not protect animals to its absolute full, idyllically desired potential. Instead, it garners a false sense of hope and justice for the animals that are abused and killed for human use.

Legislation is incongruous; specific laws safeguard and reward animal exploiters, administering retribution to Liberators of the Earth. In addition to levying punishment in the form of imprisonment, these statutes and rulings stigmatize liberators and portray protectionists as radical, extremist, terrorists.

Extraordinary people, like recently imprisoned, Swedish Vegan Straight Edge Activist and Liberator Ebba Olausson, have made the ultimate, fearless, and courageous sacrifice – their freedom. We OWE our family members, like Ebba, our tangible support.

Ebba, sentenced to 2.5 years in prison for property damage of the fur (mink) industry, deserves your letter and artwork of support. Having been transferred several times, please:

Click here and refer to the Free Ebba facebook page for current updates and her location.

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