Today we’re releasing the latest entry in our Visual HSUS series. Our newest graphic concerns the broader, radical agenda of the Humane Society of the United States to eliminate meat, eggs, milk, cheese, and other animal products. Click the links to view past entries: [1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5]
To many people, that aim sounds like something so crazy that only groups like PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) would advocate it. HSUS knows this, and goes to great lengths to wash over its objectives with moderate-sounding rhetoric. HSUS uses code words such as “reducing, refining, and replacing” animal products or eating more “plant-based” foods, which are generally relative and leave HSUS’s end-goal unsaid. But HSUS doesn’t endorse any animal products, no matter how humanely produced.
Speaking at a 2006 animal rights conference hosted by the Animals & Society Institute, then HSUS vice president for farm-animal issues Miyun Park spilled the beans about HSUS’s end-game in a moment of blunt honesty. Click on the graphic to read her full quote, and listen to the audio here.