by Camille Marino
VIVISECTION IS ABOUT MONEY — NOTHING ELSE. THESE DEPRAVED TERRORISTS ARE GETTING RICH WHILE THEIR VICTIMS LANGUISH IN THE DEPTHS OF MISERY AND UNFATHOMABLE PAIN. THE PRO-VIVISECTION ACTIVISTS HAVE A VESTED FINANCIAL INTEREST IN KEEPING NONHUMAN BLOOD FLOWING!
I URGE THAT THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION BE FREELY RE-PUBLISHED BY ALL OF OUR READERS, PRINTED OUT, AND CIRCULATED AT EVERY VENUE WHERE THESE SADISTS HAVE THE AUDACITY TO PROMOTE LABORATORY VIOLENCE & TERRORISM.
UCLA VIVISECTORS RECEIVED 940 GRANTS FROM THE NIH ALONE IN 2008.
From the breeders to the white-coat sadists, vivisection is a blood-money capitalist enterprise. Even with an 18% decrease in profits from last year, lab animal breeders, Charles River, earned $37.3 million for the three-month period ended September 30, 2009. [i] Charles River is in the business of supplying victims to be tortured by well-paid psychopaths. It reminds me of the movie Hostel . A cohesive network of sadists functioned to secure & commodify humans and sell them to waiting torturers, willing to pay high prices for a scared human animal to mutilate in privacy. But, whereas, the movie was fiction, this is exactly how the vivisection complex conducts business.
The following information does not include earnings from all grants, government agencies, charities, drug companies, or corporations willing to pay vivisectors to produce the results they want. It is a SMALL SAMPLING of the profits and greed that drive Pro-Test and the nationwide pro-vivisection propaganda campaigns.
In 2008, the Department of Health & Human Services reports that Vivisector J. David Jentsch received a $176,731 grant [ii] to subject animals to drug experiments designed to elicit schizophrenic behaviors and psychological disturbances. Out of the 940 NIH grants awarded to UCLA sociopaths, Jentsch deposited two checks in the amounts of $427,148 and $69,559. This money appears to have been for the sole purpose of satisfying this his penchant to addict nonhuman primates to methamphetamines. [iii]
In comparison to the grant money Vivisector Jentsch pockets ($673,438 that we were able to substantiate for 2008), he trivializes the payments he receives from drug companies: “The total amount of funding I have received from pharmaceutical companies in all my years at UCLA (a total of 8 years) is less than the budget I obtain in a single year on my RO1 grant. It is not an immense amount, and it certainly is not the kind of funding that I would need to sustain my research program.” [iv]
While Dario Ringach is said to have stopped torturing nonhuman primates, he is clearly back in the dungeon, being handsomely rewarded for his sadism. In 2008, Ringworm received two NIH grants in the amounts of $301,840 and $361,263. And, as his co-terrorist confirms, they are receiving payments from the drug companies as well. [see reference iii]
While technically a “charitable organization”, the AMP finances industry advocacy movements through Hayre Fellowships. In 2008, Tom Holder became a Hayre Fellow, financing the expansion of Pro-Test into the U.S., and establishing the Speaking of Research community as “unofficial” paid advocates of the vivisection industry. [v]
[i] Charles River’s Lab Q3 net falls 18% (http://www.massdevice.com/news/charles-river-labs-q3-net-falls-18-percent)
[ii] U.S. Department of Health & Human Services: Expenditures & Results – Project Number: 5P20DA022539-03 Sub-Project ID: 0003 – (http://projectreporter.nih.gov/reporter_SearchResults.cfm)
[iii] NIH Animal Research Awards to UCLA 2008 (report.nih.gov/award/trends/InstInfoExcel.cfm?OrgID=577505&Year=2008 – 101k)
[iv] Interview with Professor David Jentsch about not taking drug company money (http://www.blog.sethroberts.net/2009/10/21/interview-with-professor-david-jentsch-about-not-taking-drug-company-money/)
[v] See “Americans for Medical Progress,” Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Americans_for_Medical_Progress.