Planck Institute Clams Up on Animal Welfare Practices
We're not sure which phrase best describes the Max Planck Institute 's response to our questions about its treatment of the hundreds of animals it holds captive and on whose nervous systems it experiments.
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#1 Jan 15, 2013
Max Planck Institute, like other science based companies doesn't need to use animals at all. They are lazy and greedy. Far better ways to test new treatments than to torture helpless animals.
They know this and they disregard it. That can only mean one of two things or both:
They don't care
They enjoy torturing animals
Spread the word and stop turning your back on innocent animals. A society is judged on how it treats it's elderly, it's children and it's animals. We don't seem to give a ratsass about any of them anymore. We ignore the elderly and let them die of starvation. WE let children be mowed down by assault weapons and we let animals endure torture daily until they die.
Max Planck; for lack of a better word...you SUCKASS.
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