Caffe Nero Branded Cowards After Siding with Animal Rights Wackos

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Caffe Nero Branded Cowards After Siding with Animal Rights Wackos
Countryside Alliance Ireland
Countryside Alliance Ireland

Ireland – -(Ammoland.com)- The Caffe Nero debacle could prove to be an important watershed in the public perception of the animal rights movement and its bullying tactics.

After threats of a boycott by a small (and in some cases unpleasant…) cell of extremists, the coffee chain announced it would no longer serve milk from farms within the badger cull trial areas of Gloucestershire and Somerset.

This might have seemed a victory for the group – Stop the Cull – with Caffe Nero’s suppliers forced to punish already struggling dairy farmers, but has strangely blown up in the activists’ faces.

Direct action is not a new tactic of animal rights extremists. We campaigned last year after Marks & Spencer decided not to stock grouse, following claims from those opposed to shooting.

Jay Tiernan
Stop the Cull's, Gamal Eboe aka: Jay Tiernan

What is new is how the press is reporting it. Columns lambasting Caffe Nero for their cowardice and “Stop the Cull” for their tactics have appeared across the political spectrum of the media, from the Independent and Guardian, to the Daily Mail.

The past of one of the founders of Stop the Cull, Jay Tiernan, has also been brought into the open, showing that under his birth name, Gamal Eboe, Mr Tiernan was convicted of fraud and linked to the animal rights terror group Stop Huntingdon Life Sciences. His boast of having been brought up in the countryside also seems questionable as he appears to have grown up in Hammersmith.

This could be a turning point. Perhaps the press and public are waking up to the truth, that these people are bullies and are not worth listening to.

They are small in number and unrepresentative of mainstream views – it’s time that was recognised.

Tim Bonner
Campaigns Director

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  • 2 thoughts on “Caffe Nero Branded Cowards After Siding with Animal Rights Wackos

    1. Despite whatever tactics may or may not be used here, the issue truly isn’t Caffe Nero, hunting, animal rights, etc. but whether a government and a farming union has misled its farmers over the course of 40 years, perpetuating a policy that is NOT science led, but rather based on political games, lobbying and profit…all at the expense of the farmer. The science is actually out there for anyone to read – if you can trawl through the detritus of desk biology, computer models where biased presuppositions are input, and thus affect the output, ‘scientific’ documents were conclusions are rife with verbiage such as ‘it is supposed’, ‘it is probable’, this ‘might occur’, etc., etc. And in the meantime, the farmer is losing revenue, herds, lifestyle, etc. It has been over 40 years since the only physical trial, set up to see if badgers could even infect cattle, occurred. The result of that trial was that, while infection could occur, it took six months of close, contrived confinement for such infection to be transferred. This is something that does not happen in nature, either between badgers, deer, or any other wildlife, and cattle. We have additionally been led to believe that this is a human health issue, when it is not, but solely affects live cattle export. If the majority of farmers are not even involved in such exports, why must they lose their herds? The laughable part is that when there is such a herd breakdown, these carcases enter the human food chain – at a loss to the farmer, but a profit to everyone else involved. If this site is truly involved in a ‘countryside alliance’, then perhaps the plight of the farmer vs. the ignorance of NFU and political leaders should be part of your agenda.

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