Skip to comments.Animal rights activists claim McDonalds firebomb responsibility ( Sweden )
Posted on 07/10/2011 8:43:50 PM PDT by george76
The Animal Liberation Front has claimed responsibility for Friday's fire attack at a hamburger restaurant in Gothenburg...
In a posting on the animal rights activists website Bite Back Magazine, those allegedly responsible described how they smashed two windows with hammers at the burger restaurant at the Scandinavium Center, poured ten liters of petrol in and set it alight.
The posting continued, We were in a hurry as the sun had risen and it was light outside, so we threw the containers with written ALF-messages on them and some lighted matches into the restaurant and it went up in a big fire instantly. Burn in hell animal killers and capitalists!
On the Bite Back website activists also claimed responsibility for other attacks in Sweden
(Excerpt) Read more at thelocal.se ...
Bite Back was founded in 2001 by Nicolas Atwood, an animal rights activist in West Palm Beach, Florida
What’s the column comparing bad American influences on Sweden versus good ones looking like now?
I’d like to know who is funding the animal liberation groups.
We know the Saudis are funding the environmentalists, to create a demand for Middle Eastern oil at the expense of other supplies, but I don’t think it’s been made clear who is ultimately behind animal rights and how they benefitzm
Whoever said McDonalds makes their hamburgers out of meat?
They love the Creation and hate the Creator. Gaia worshipers.
I wonder if the ALFies even know that animals are killed in non-capitalist countries, too.
More likely, they're just revealing that their true agenda has nothing to do with saving animals.
Communist leaders and useful idiot pawns.
The purpose is to destroy human rights granted by God. If an animal has rights, the state gets to decide if they are superior or inferior in their conflict with human rights. If the state decides the animal rights are superior, then the state has rescinded a human right granted by God.
If there is no such thing as animal rights, there is no conflict, the state is not needed to decide,.....the state is not needed to decide.
There could be some of that, but I think there’s something else.
I wonder what their stance on infant slaughter (abortion) is?
“Id like to know who is funding the animal liberation groups.”
Maybe we should investigate Big Soy!
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