Revolutionary and Militant
From Golden, Colorado jail
[Walter is making himself available to the media for interviews from
jail. Contact 303-277-0211]
Revolutionary. Advertisers would like us to think that their products are revolutionary. Politicians would have us think that revolutionaries are 'radical' and 'extreme'. Religionists believe their prophets to be standard-bearers of revolution. I guess the common usage for 'revolutionary' might mean anything that brings about great change, and in particular, great change for the cause or causes in which one believes. But for me, the importance is in 'How do we effect great change?' Therefore, I view revolutionary as a steadiness instead of an event horizon. From my unorthodox view of the word, I find a planet in orbit to be the best and most accurate depiction.
A planet in orbit stays in orbit. Revolution after revolution, our mother earth stays that course of action. No matter what obstacles fall in the path of travel, be it asteroids or comets. Even if a confrontation with another planet were to occur, threatening the certain deaths of both planets, our mother earth would not move. Even though, to an outside observer, the failure to move out of the way or change direction may seem suicidal, or the inability to budge may seem to be unreasonable. In any case, the earth can only remain in orbit. She revolves, she is revolutionary.
But what if that were not the case? What if our mother earth were reactionary? Every time an asteroid was on a crash course, she moved. Same for comets and any other obstacles. Soon these deviations in course would add up; eventually the gravity from the sun wouldn't be strong enough to aptly apply and not only would the orbit or course be compromised, but life on the planet's surface would end and there would remain no useful movements within the earth's actions. Back to the animal and earth lib movements: the same rule of revolutionary movement applies to earth and animal liberation.
We as abolitionists are the ones that continue upon a straightforward
path toward our goals. This is of incredible import because there are many
other forces trying to divest us from reaching the event horizon of change.
Because if or when it occurs, it means the end of property being more
important than life. That is a serious problem for those that profit off the
death and subjugation of the sentient. So we fight for the total freedom
animals. We do this in any approach we take. We do not protest 'how' KFC
kills chickens, we protest 'that' KFC kills chickens. We don't promote
vegetarianism, because trading in solid flesh for liquid flesh is no gain.
Welfarists, on the other hand, are reactionary. Being truly reactionary,
the welfare arm of animal rights seems to have no definitive goals outside
of lobbying for such things as four more inches of cage space that two more
chickens will get put into, or having sit downs with ranchers to let the
rest of us know they are 'really nice people, just like you and me'. Just
like you and me, except that they kill for a living and seek to kill more
and profit more year after bloody year. In a lot of my run-ins with
welfarists, I have noticed a few absorb core beliefs that don't make any
Second, they seem to think almost anything is a victory for animals,
things such as a car honking at you when you hold a sign in your hands at a
protest. While I agree moral support feels good, I'm fairly certain that if
every horn in every car on earth blew at this very moment in solidarity with
animals, it wouldn't so much as save one life.
And lastly, respect for authority and law is promoted with religious
zeal, to the point where many of these welfarists would have turned me in to
the feds as quickly as my own brother and for probably half the money.
Our revolutionary movement cannot compete with the lobby power of
corporate animal and earth killers. That's not to say that abolition doesn't
belong in politics; it most certainly does. What it does say is that we must
be aware of how to navigate a playing field that is bought and paid for by
corporate devils. Our first priority is now and forever shall be to save
animal lives and the biosphere, without which there is no life. Our second
priority is to speak truth. As long as an animal in a cage seeks total
freedom, then we seek their total freedom. Lastly, our third priority is to
educate the public about the positive effects of veganism and the various
plights of animals. At this stage of earth use and abuse, all else is
hobbyism and human-centered bullshit.
Engaged in warfare- a cursory glance will reveal that there is a war,
mainly a lopsided war where humans and our supremist mentality are raping
the earth and causing more torture and pain to every critter in our way than
our limited minds can comprehend. Yes, there is a war and we should all be
engaged in the fight to defend all innocent life.
Aggressively active in our cause- we all have different abilities and talents. Do an honest self-assessment, learn what your strongest attributes are and employ them to this most important of all struggles, mainly the biocentrism and the total freedom of the animal nations from human use and abuse. Like a planet in orbit, accept no obstacle and remember: whether you live to see the end to this tyranny is not what's important, but rather that we spend our lives earnestly fighting for it.
Animal Liberation, whatever it may take.
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Walter Bond # P01051760