Deb L Deborah, we’re guessing that’s not her real name, responded to our post last week about naming an animal rights movement after activist groups that the FBI considers as ecoterrorists.
Warning, her post contains very strong language, and limited punctuation.
There you have it, folks. The warm and fuzzy animal lovers of Castle Rock.
Here is the original post, in case you missed it.
CASTLE ROCK CRITTER LIBERATORS: Naming Animal Rights Group After Terrorists is Not Amusing
The battle over the plight of the prairie dog in Douglas County has progressed beyond protests to protect a rodent colony to the creation of a radically-named group called the Prairie Dog Liberation Front of Castle Rock.
We thought it was a joke the first time a woman wore a t-shirt emblazoned with the PDLF logo to a council meeting earlier this month. But she was front and center before the council again this week wearing her protest on her chest.
And it’s not just a poorly thought-out protest fad; this new liberation front offshoot is publicly coordinating with Deep Green Resistance Colorado, an underground radical movement that aims to stop “industrial civilization.”
You may remember the critter liberation movement from such great hits as the Animal Liberation Front and Earth Liberation Front, both characterized as “terrorist threats” by the FBI that have committed more than 600 criminal acts resulting in damages of $43 million dollars.
The Earth Liberation Front is the organization responsible for the ecoterrorism arson on Vail Mountain in 1998 that caused $12 million in damages — all in the name of protecting the lynx. The radicals responsible for that mayhem are still behind bars.
Whoever is wearing the shirts and issuing reports from the “Prairie Dog Liberation Front of Castle Rock” may think their name is clever, rest assured it is not.
Why do you think “Deep Green Resistance” clearly lists these “security culture rules” on their website?
Don’t Talk About
- Your involvement or someone else’s involvement with an underground group.
- Your or someone else’s desire to get involved with such a group.
- Your or someone else’s participation in illegal action.
- Someone else’s advocacy for such actions.
- Your or someone else’s plans for a future illegal action.
- Don’t ask others if they are a member of an underground group.
These are not your typical stands-with-sign activist groups, critter liberators of Castle Rock, you might want to rethink your involvement. And your wardrobe.