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Our goal is to investigate, record and reveal to the world all wildlife abuse anywhere, in all forms through education, boycott, petition and protest. Other than our campaigns to stop these atrocities which are so sadly widespread around the globe. We truly believe that man is basically good. What they need is education to be able to care for the same things we care about. We will try and convince groups and organizations to put down their shields of separation and learn to battle together as one force in this fight for what is right. There is also Warrior Mail now and a link on our site to login or request a new , may I suggest you get one and use it in all our campaigns together. It will definitely have more impact fighting this war then your present Yahoo, Hotmail or Google E-mail address has. Now is the time and we are the warriors who will get the job done. Alone each of us is but a drop, but drop by drop we can create a Tsunami of activism which will drown those who abuse, torture and kill the creatures of this planet

We will encounter many a foreign enemy that will kill our brothers and sisters whether they wear fins, feather or claw without blinking an eye, with savagery that belongs in the dark ages. But together we will help them see the light, as we can't swim the oceans or take flight over this planet. But cyberspace has given us the wings, fins and claws needed to defeat these enemies of all. If we don't go to battle now, it won't be here for your grandchildren. No more animal planet, no more wildlife, just a dead environment not worth living in. I beg of you, attack! Your keyboard is the arrow, bullet and destroyer of these shameful inhabitants who call themselves human. Who exist only to inflict death and destruction upon our defenseless brethren. We will win, trust that, the beauty of this world will go on as we knew it.


If Not You, Who?
If Not Now, When?

The Time Has Come
The Gathering Has Begun
We Must Defend The Defenseless
Put Down Your Shields Of Separation
Now We Must Battle Together As Warriors
We Must Lay Siege To This Global Disgrace
Brave Hearts Will Put An End To These Atrocities



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