Why we're here

We are taking a stand against horse slaughter returning to the US and are striving to stop the transportation of horses to other countries for slaughter. Some of us are working in those other countries as well.

We are taking this stance as Pagans and Heathens, at a time when it seems some have decided that eating slaughtered horse meat in ritual is somehow cool, edgy and "ancestral." Therefore we want to show that that minority does not represent all of the Pagan and Heathen communities. Many of us worship Horse Deities, many of us are horse people who may see our horses as sacred charges who we care for to honor these Deities. Not by killing but by striving to give them good lives.

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Boosting the Signal: from R. T. Fitch

Straight from the Horse's Mouth is a must read for anyone concerned with this issue. A few items there you should read (although you should read everything) now:

Re-Elected Wyoming Horse Eater Plans Slaughter Gala

Here we go, again. Less than a week after retaining her seat in the Wyoming state house, Rep. “Slaughterhouse” Sue Wallis and her faithful sidekick Dave Duquette are brewing another big pot of steaming hot horse crap in an effort to mislead and dupe the American public over facts surrounding the predatory business of horse slaughter in the United States. ..read more....

Commercial Interests, Not Overpopulation, Behind Largest Wild Horse Roundup of 2010

Obama’s “Wild Horse Harvesting Machine” has Shifted into High Gear

Rock Springs, Wyoming (November 10, 2010) . . . . As one of the largest wild horse roundups in recent history enters its final week in southwest Wyoming, a coalition of environmental and wild horse conservationists is charging that commercial interests, not overpopulation, are the driving force behind the mass mustang removal. The Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has previously claimed too many horses as the reason for the costly helicopter stampede and capture operation, which has killed at least seven mustangs to date. ....read more.....

So, sorry to just be a relinker here, but sometimes one just has to face others are already doing a better job out there and the best task is to just boast the signal

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