Social engineering and hard-line marketing purposefully directed at our children and young people with the intention of programming them into blindly accepting this horrendous industry as acceptable. They do this knowing many will then become committed purchasers as adults. These corporations and industries have no shame and are driven only by profit margins. Their actions not only support the abuse of sentient creatures but also defile the sensibilities of our young people. Shame on them and all who are involved in this industry and profit from the suffering of these innocent and feeling creatures.
I found this dismal statistic when reading Lorraine Fisher’s article in the Mail Online – March 2014 (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2582226/How-fur-industry-clawed-way-Lavishing-gifts-celebs-Targeting-children-classroom-The-cynical-ploys-making-fur-respectable-again.html#ixzz3Dr13WeP8).
Even more depressing, though, was realising how furriers and fashion designers are trying to lure young people into buying real fur produce. To do this, these manufacturers are moving away from the ‘luxurious, heavy’ look of fur and producing a ‘lighter, colourful and fun’ product.
In other words, not only are creatures being needlessly skinned for their fur but their fur is now being disguised through dye and shearing. THIS MAKES NO SENSE TO ME.
One Green Planet (http://www.onegreenplanet.org/news/how-fur-is-making-a-comeback-and-how-we-can-fight-it/?) presented a list of ‘How Fur is Making a Comeback’, as follows:
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