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Posting from New York Bird Club

February 15, 2010

To view the thread go to:
http://forums.manhattanbirdclub.com/post?id=3138919

Subject: Reporting birds kept in bad conditions @ Petland Discounts, Inc. (corporate pimps)

petland on staten island :: when there cage a bird they really cage it. the birds there are never let out to fly some birds are there almost a year an half… not right..same setup as your petland please lets do some thing? maria. every time i go there i cant even go to the back anymore.

I walked into Petland on Tarrytown Road in White Plains today, it’s next to Barnes and Nobel Books. There is a very small, maybe six foot by four foot room that is complete closed where ALL of the birds are kept. There were four types of conures and parrots in there – and a cockatoo. A young boy was in there readjusting shelving. He had a mask on. The smell coming from the room was the worst I’ve ever smelt. It burned my eyes. there was feces all over the cages and splattered on the front of the cages. There is no air circulation in there, and the birds can’t possibly be breathing well.

Is there anyone here that can help report them. I want to call the Dept of Health, but is there a better place or way to report this?

Monthly March Against Bird Pornography

January 27, 2010

We are currently organizing our next protest in NYC (date TBD).

The more supporters we have, the more impact we will make.

Please consider helping the birds.

Send inquiries to info@stopbirdporn.org.

Thank you all for your continuing support!

Stop Bird Porn supporter in the streets of NYC

October 3, 2009

News from New York Bird Club

September 20, 2009

United Poultry Concerns President Karen Davis Presents “The Social and Secret Life of Chickens: A Lecture with Visuals & a Book-Signing” in New York City , December 30, 2009

Please join Karen Davis at the Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 5th Ave, New York City, December 30, 2009, at 6:30pm, for a stimulating presentation about chickens

Synopsis:

Karen Davis’ experience with chickens for more than twenty years has shown her that chickens are conscious and emotional beings with adaptable sociability and a range of intentions and personalities. She will relate her personal stories about the chickens at the sanctuary to how chickens are treated in factory farming and live poultry markets.

Immediately following her talk, Karen will sign copies of her book Prisoned Chickens, Poisoned Eggs: An Inside Look at the Modern Poultry Industry (New Edition 2009).

The Mid-Manhattan Library is the central circulating library of The New York Public Library system. Positioned across the street from the central research library, The Mid-Manhattan Library offers cultural and informational programs providing a forum for free and open access to new ideas.

Karen Davis, PhD is the president and founder of United Poultry Concerns, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the compassionate and respectful treatment of domestic fowl. She’s the editor of UPC’s quarterly magazine Poultry Press and the author of several books including Prisoned Chickens, Poisoned Eggs: An Inside Look at the Modern Poultry Industry (Book Publishing Co., 2009), The Holocaust and the Henmaid’s Tale (Lantern Books, 2005), and More Than a Meal: The Turkey in History, Myth, Ritual, and Reality (Lantern Books, 2001). Karen maintains a sanctuary for chickens, turkeys and ducks on the Eastern Shore of Virginia.

Plane in the Hudson And the Birds

January 16, 2009

Anaida Krok, founder and president of The Good Conduct Society, an organization she leads for the preservation of birds, today congratulated the Black Throated Green Warblers for safely bringing down the US AIRWAYS Flight 1549 in the Hudson River. The 155 passengers and crew were quickly rescued with only a few minor injuries.

“There are 48 million Peeping Toms with binoculars seeking vicarious sexual pleasure, posing as Bird Watchers,” she added. “Their sordid satisfaction must be halted immediately, otherwise birds will continue their protest by invading jet engines and forcing them to land shortly after takeoff.”

The Good Conduct Society has petitioned Congress to pass strict laws that would curtail Bird Watchers’ from pursuing their perverted passion. Stiff fines will help deter such criminal activities and Ms. Krok has written President-elect Barack Obama to help support her cause.

Letter to President-elect Obama from Good Conduct Society

December 13, 2008

Dear friends and supporters,

At this moment I would like to share with you the political agenda of the Good Conduct Society. I personally wrote a letter to President-elect Obama in which I encourage him to take measures to protect the birds. Yes, there are other problems, we all know that. But does it mean that bankers and newspapers who caused their own demise hurt more than birds who are defenseless against human barbarity?

In my letter to Obama I urge Mr. President-elect as well as Congress to create a law that protects our bird population, now considered “endangered species.” They are an integral part of our planet that needs to be preserved immediately. Otherwise their role in nature, if extinguished by horny bird watchers, will upset and even destroy the chain of animal behavior presently in peril from hunters, voyeurs and enslaved in cages. All zoos, and especially bird sanctuaries, should release their captives and return them to nature’s habitat. Therefore, a Federal Law must be passed by Congress that contains the following provisions:

1. Bird watchers must cease and desist from watching birds cohabitate or face a fine of $250 for the first offense; $750 for the second offense; $1,000 for the third offense and a mandatory jail sentence of one year and a day in a Federal Prison.

2. Keeping birds in home cages are to be forbidden unless for preservation. They must be set free or the kidnappers will be subjected to penalties as stated in #1.

3. Pet stores must not engage in selling birds and will have 30 days in which to release them or the store owner will be fined as in #1.

4.Bird predators, such as Bird Watchers, who have been fined and/or convicted, will be shamed on a website sponsored by U.S. Government

5. Citizens who report violations of the above regulations will be rewarded with payments up to $2,500 for their vigilance and service to their country.

I will keep you posted on the progress. I am leaving for Europe tomorrow and my communication will be limited. The blog will be maintained by Good Conduct Society member Harvey Horton.

Sincerely,
Anaida

Go Obama

November 6, 2008

I know that Good Conduct Society has followers amongst both parties, and I respect that, but personally, I am absolutely elated that John McCain who IS an admitted birdwatcher did not become president of the United States. What a relief. 

I hope the democrats will appropriately address the issue of bird porn!

Anaida

Our Weekend Report

August 25, 2008

Well, followers, Friday afternoon in New York City on the sidewalk in front of 225 Varick Street will remain a memorable day. I was there with Paul, Frank and other loyal devotee of Good Conduct Society. A word of promise to the several hundred emails I have been unable to answer who want to become members. Please be patient. We need to do the paper work for as non-profit and this will take a few weeks.

Anyhow, Friday in New York was madness. Everyone is racing like a bat out of hell to flee the city…..in cars, buses, trucks, on bicycles, motorcycles, skateboards and on foot. But they slowed down and stopped in front of the Audubon National Society’s offices on Varick Street. Horns honked, people shouted because they all wanted flyers! Our basic protest sign read: STOP BIRD PORN!

This crush of people continued for hours and we were gratified to respond to their eager requests for more information on our campaign. Now it’s on to Denver for the Democratic National Convention. Our friends in Denver, Greeley, Colorado Springs and Boulder will be assisting our cause. So stay tuned friends. 
We can certainly have a law passed that penalizes bird watchers for abusing birds to satisfy their own neurotic desires.           

 

Faithfully yours,

Anaida Krok

August 8, 2008

Over this past weekend (August 2-4) I traveled to our nation’s capitol, Washington, DC, along with a dozen of my followers. We had thousands of flyers that spelled out our philosophy in exposing Bird Watchers for what they really are: namely cunning, pervasive, horny preditors.  More specifically, a shameful blight on our society by seeking sexual stimulation from birds in congress.

Birds are delightful creatures. They are so loveable and innocent. But we humans continue to erode our hallowed planet with garbage, toxic wastes spewing on land, water and into the air. Life will end and birds become extinct, along with their forefathers, the dinosaurs.

These thoughts gave me courage to counsel strangers in Washington. Many challenged our position after reading signs that said: STOP BIRD PORN! and LEAVE THE BIRDS ALONE!

Angry people felt we were wasting our time on a foolish mission. One visitor from Germany with his wife and three teenage children asked: “Why don’t you go after your baron leaders who are robbing the people blind and hosting an unpopular war that is bankrupting America?” I explained to this sixtyish stout hearted man with a beard that there are many other organizations to play watch dog and illuminate the problems facing us. And in a free country we have the freedom to make a choice on what to protest against. The tourist would not listen, he seemed prejudiced. He handed me back my flyer and strode away. 

The majority of people around the White House wanted flyers and photos of us with our signs. Many laughed openly. But they became sober upon reading our manifesto berating Bird Watchers. It was food for thought. I saw two senior citizens on a bench seriously debating whether they would continue bird watching with a club they belonged to in Reston, Virginia, or resign.

I must add that there are certainly thousands of bird watchers who do not  become sexually stimulated. But they are too many of them contributing to the delinquency of minors. 

Children imitate their parents’ bird watching activities by going to the internet and finding bird porn. It’s teeny bopper sex online. For shame!