Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Something that really irks me and disgusts me : Intellectual dishonesty and propaganda of non-profit organizations

I'm am not part of those who believe that the end justifies the means for everything.

There is something that really irks and disgusts me : People who use lies, deceit and deception to support and gather support for a cause - no matter what that cause is.

Like the cause doesn't have enough merit on its own.

These people try to manipulate what people are thinking, impeaching critical thinking and clear, fact based opinions.

What they do totally disgusts me.

What disgusts me even more is that the money raised by those non-profit organizations goes into funding dishonesty and lies rather than going all into helping the actual cause and trying to find honest solutions. That double disgusts me.

No matter what their noble cause is, I just cannot close my eyes to this disgusting behavior.

What inspired me to write this blog entry is the disgust caused by this full of propaganda and totally dishonest website :

That website poses as a Canadian website, thus leading people to believe that what's being talked about in their articles is the Canadian industry. If you pay attention to all the sources at the bottom of their articles, they cite AMERICAN studies or articles that are about the AMERICAN industry. There is nothing Canadian in there. They do not know how animals are treated here and I'm pretty sure that animals are treated worse in America the land of the people used to be free to treat animals whatever way they want.

Second, they do what pro-vegans and pro-animal activists know to do well : Present the worst cases and "forget" to state that these are the worst cases, that animals are nowhere treated the same everywhere, and that in most cases animals are treated much better that that.

1 comment:

  1. I completely agree with you. I'm the first person to use the phrase "the end justifies the means" and I believe whole-heartedly in the usage of despicable tactics to reach your goal, but some people take it to a ridiculous length.