Montreal Restaurant Owners Say Animal “Rights” Activists Have Threatened Them

Earlier this week Montreal restaurant’s owners received a threat from animal rights activists. The inside of the lock on one of their doors also had glue in it in an attempt to prevent the owners and employees from entering. Unfortunately, as the below news report points out, this isn’t the first time a Montreal restaurant has been threatened. Animal rights is not about the humane treatment of animals. It is really about the animalistic treatment of humans.

‘Blood on his hands’: Montreal restaurant has been threatened by animal rights activists, owners say

Rachel Lau, Digital reporter, CTV News Montreal
Published Wednesday, January 22, 2020 8:38AM EST

MONTREAL — A restaurant in Montreal’s Mile-Ex neighbourhood has received a threatening note from a group of animal rights activists, its owners say.

The owners of Restaurant Manitoba, on Saint-Zotique St., claim they found the note earlier this week. They say they also noticed glue inside the lock of their door.

The note claims that the restaurant’s chef has “blood on his hands and you’re his accomplices.”

It continues to insist that thousands of geese and ducks will pay with their lives to satisfy the “simple pleasure of taste.”

The restaurant took to Facebook to defend its practices, saying “we have been working for six years to promote Quebec’s culinary identity.”