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Written by Michelle Kretzer

Companies that test their products on animals needn’t bother trying to ship them to Israel, because, starting New Year’s Day, the country banned the import, sale, and marketing of animal-tested cosmetics, toiletries, and household cleaners. Previously, in 2007, the Israeli government had banned using animals to test personal-care and household products within the country. But with the new law, which was passed in 2010 and came into effect January 1, 2013, lawmakers have one-upped themselves, blocking products that have been tested on animals in other countries from even crossing Israel’s border.

PETA and our affiliates are working to end the testing of cosmetics and household products on animals in countries around the world, and Israel has proved that a full ban on such vile products is not only possible but also ethically responsible. The EU had passed a similar ban, which was also scheduled to…

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Corpses piled high – they were the wrong size

Corpses piled high in buckets because they’re the wrong size

“Piled high in buckets – the monkeys not needed for UK lab tests because they are the wrong size” horrific slaughter has been uncovered in an ­investigation by the British Union for the Abolition of ­Vivisection (BUAV) in the UK’s Mirror. There’s no graphic violence aside from the photo depicting the title and with prior warning in links on BUAV’s page, please visit it, please sign their petition and help their campaign.

It would be a crime to kill ‘people’ and pile them in a bucket because they’re the wrong morality but it’s not yet a crime to kill people because they’re the “wrong size” slave who would otherwise be tortured and die in some fraudulent tests that aren’t science! The issue is they are being bred for this.

It’s simply called business, all countries participate and anyone saying it is merely a legal precaution for a harmful industry will probably be censored. The Mirror censored a few comments too, some papers censor all of the ones with the viewpoint presented here or the other entry I linked. I’m speaking from months of experience.