DxE’s 40-year plan to ‘force animal eaters to hide in remote refuges’

By Jody Doherty-Cove The Argus

VEGAN activists targeting businesses are part of a 40-year plan to “force animal eaters to hide in remote refuges”.

The aims of the [Direct Action Everywhere] organisation, whose Brighton chapter has been protesting at shops in the city, are revealed in a document titled “The Forty-Year Roadmap to Animal Liberation”.

The document, found on DxE’s website, details plans to “generate institutional power” so it can enact a Bill of Rights for all animals and a legal system to prosecute “animal eaters”.

To do this, the document shows how activists plan to create a number of “seed cities” which push cultural, social and political change.

The “strategic roadmap” details how they will “execute mass actions” in the seed cities and “use carrots and sticks” to pressure local businesses and “stigmatise the opposition”.

GJ NOTE: In short, DxE is going to force meat eaters to become vegans by embarrassing, intimidating, and even harassing meat eaters by un-personing them. They have obviously considered the violence that will occur by resorting to these methods.